• Analyse the questions properly and write relevant answers.
  • Understand the case and try to understand which topic fits the question which is asked in the case study.
  • Write full 60 marks paper.
  • Answer according to the marks. Don’t over-write and waste time.
  • Write ample examples and references to give more validity to your answer.


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Vinod Nayak

After graduating in commerce, Prof. Vinod Nayak did his M.com, L.L.B, DFM, GDC & A., M. Phil, M.A in Economics and currently doing P.H.D. Prof. Vinod Nayak has 3 years corporate experience and has an accounts writing personal firm. He is currently working as BMS and BBI Coordinator of S.I.W.S College, Wadala.

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