India- States and Union Territories

  List of States in India State Year of Establishment Capitals Area in km square Rank in area 1.Andhra Pradesh 1st November 1956 Vishakhapatnam 162,975 7th 2. Arunachal Pradesh 20th February 1987 Itanagar 83,743 14th 3. Assam 26th January 1950 Dispur 78,438 16th 4. Bihar 26th January 1950 Patna 94,163 12th 5. Chhattisgarh 1st November […]

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Facts about Asia

        Facts about Asia The word “Asia” is used as a female name that means “sunrise.” Because sun rises from east of Asia. The Demonym name is Asian Asia is largest and first most populous continent in the world. The Equator, Tropic of Cancer and Arctic Circle passes through this continent. The […]

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India- The Brahmaputra River

      The Brahmaputra River The Brahmaputra is one of the largest rivers in the world. It is the 9th largest river in the world by discharge of volume and 15th longest river in the world. The river has a male name Brahmaputra which means “Son of Brahma” in Sanskrit. Tributaries of Brahmaputra River: […]

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MCQ on Pacific Ocean

MCQ on Pacific Ocean   1-Which is the largest and deepest ocean in the world? (A) Pacific Ocean (B) Indian Ocean (C) Arctic Ocean (D) None of the above   2- Which of the following ocean is located in the north of Pacific Ocean? (A) Arctic Ocean  (B) Indian Ocean (C) South Pacific (D) None […]

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Types of Consumer buying Decisions

Types of Consumer buying Decisions: It is complexity and difficulty of the purchase situation that influence the purchase decision process. At one side, people or small corporations make routine decisions without much effort due to the fact they’re perceived as much less complicated and contain little or no risk. At the opposite end are organisational […]

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Buying patterns of customers

Buying Patterns of Customers: Organisational approach to making purchases and their buying patterns are different compared to final consumers in many ways. Formality: All organizations make their buying decisions in a formal and planned way. As maximum organizational purchases are likely to be complicated and technical and monetary risks are drastically high, buying behavior is […]

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Demand Patterns

Demand Patterns: Business-to-business marketers should understand numerous distinctive features related to market structure and demand of organisational buyers. These features are discussed here. Geographical Concentration: Organisational buyers are usually located in certain geographic areas as compared to individual consumers. Example: Most IT companies are situated in the southern states of India. Fewer but Larger Buyers: […]

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Business-to-Business Customers

Business-to-Business Customers: Organizations are big and complicated entities and developed preferences, memories and manners via perceptions, data processing and practice. A corporation develops its culture (referred to as company culture) that determines extraordinarily solid approach of behaviors through the years and throughout situations. Organizational customers are available in numerous forms. Agricultural customers consist of the […]

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