Business Mathematics I – BBA |BBA-BI|BBA-TT|First Semester|Syllabus

Reference Notes|Management Business Mathematics I | MTH 101 BBA/BBA-BI/BBA-TT First Semester|Pokhara University Course Objectives The purpose of this course is to provide basic knowledge of algebra, equations and functions for business applications. The course also attempts to impart the knowledge of mathematics of finance, systems of linear equations and matrices to handle various problems related […]

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Methods of collecting Primary Data – Business Statistics | POM

Referene Notes | Management Methods of collecting Primary Data Business Statistics Primary Data are the original and fresh data or we can say the first hand data collected for specific purpose of study and it happened to be original in character. These data have not been previously assembled or collected for any known project. Primary […]

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Characteristics of Social Groups | Sociology

Characteristics | Nature of Social Groups Social Group is an aggregate collection of persons having a common interest and interacts with each other and share similar characteristics and a sense of unity.The nature of social group is either formal or informal. When there are rules and regulations, scheduled meeting times, official roles assigned to members […]

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Features of Organizational communication

Features/Characteristics/Nature of Organizational communication | Principles Of Management Organizational Communication is the process by which different activities of an organization are controlled and co-ordinated to reach toward goals. Simply we can say ,it is the way of exchanging ideas ,meaning and understanding between two or more than two people either through verbal means or through […]

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Difference Between Descriptive and Inferential Statistics – Business Statistics

  Reference Notes Difference between Descriptive Statistics and Inferential Statistics | Business Statistics Statistics is the art of collecting, analyzing, presenting and interpreting data.   Statistics is sub-divided into two categories: Descriptive Statistics Inferential Statistics

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