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The Milwaukee Land Company purchased land from C.C. and Anna Herron for a town site in 1905 and the town was named Herron, but changed to Reliance when it was decided that the name Herron sounded too much like Huron. To the southwest stood a town site named Dirkstown and all of the buildings from there were moved into Reliance once it was learned the railroad would not be going through Dirkstown. Town sites were set up by the railroad company at about 10-mile intervals. Businesses, of the day, were set up immediately, probably the land office being the first. That and the first bank and the newspaper to advertise the land transactions. The lots sold for $200 for corner lots, $150 for inside business lots, $150 for residential corner lots and $100 for inside residential lots. Peter B. Dirks and a Mr. Montgomery, of the Farmers and Merchants State Bank from Dirkstown, purchased the first corner lot. Dirks' Trust and Title Company also opened a hardware and general store. Lafferty and Schoessler also had general stores. The school was built in 1921; high school was discontinued in 1972 and the school was finally closed in 1996. All children now go to Kennebec and Lyman High School in Presho. The community has had three churches: Catholic, Methodist and Lutheran, almost since its beginning. The first residence built in Reliance was the two and one half story home most of us remember as the Andy and Florence (Dirks) Anderson home until 1972. This home has been purchased by Wade and Chyree Hamiel and now sits on their land north of Reliance. In 1910 the west side of Reliance's Main Street was almost completely wiped out by fire. Businesses were rebuilt and along with the railroad came two lumberyards, a creamery, livery, blacksmith, taverns, hotels, restaurants, meat market, two banks, etc. Reliance reached its population peak in the 1920s when it was at 317 and according to the census, continued to decline until it was at 183 in 1945. The construction of Big Bend Dam at Fort Thompson in the 1960s caused the population in Reliance, Chamberlain and Oacoma to increase. RELIANCE



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|Type |Public |
| |BSE: 532712 |
|Industry |Telecommunications |
|Founded |2004 |
|Founder(s) |Dhirubhai Ambani |
|Headquarters |Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India |
|Area served |India |
|Key people |Anil Ambani |
| |(Chairman) |
| |Satish Seth |
| |(MD) |
|Products |Wireless |
| |Telephone |
| |Internet |
| |Television |
| |Data Cards |
| |Recharge Vouchers |
| |VC |
|Revenue |Rs 22,948 crore (US$ 4.89 billion) (2009) |
|Operating income |Rs 9,305 crore (US$ 1.98 billion) (2009) |
|Net income |Rs 6,045 crore (US$ 1.29 billion) (2009) |
|Total assets |Rs 102,207 crore (US$ 21.77 billion) (2009) |
|Total equity |Rs. 1,032 crore (US$ 219.82 million) (2009) |
|Employees |31,884 (2009) |
|Parent |Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group |
|Subsidiaries |Reliance Telecom Limited |
| |Reliance Globalcom Limited |
| |Reliance Tech Services |
| |Reliance Communications Infrastructure Limited (RCIL) |
| |Reliance Big TV Limited |
| |Reliance Infratel Limited |
|Website | |

Reliance Communications (BSE: 532712), formerly known as Reliance Infocomm, along with Reliance Telecom and Flag Telecom, is part of Reliance Communications Ventures

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Chapter – 1 Introduction ❖ Concept of Reliance communication ❖ An Overview of current Market Scenario ❖ Brief Study of the Organization ❖ Organizational Set-up
Chapter – 2 Main Studies ❖ Introduction of the Topic ❖ The problems being faced ❖ What does Company expect to do by solving the problem
Chapter – 3 Methodologies ❖ Research problem ❖ Research Objective & sub- objective ❖ Information Requirement ❖ Choice of Research Design ❖ Research Instrument used ❖ Sampling Technique used & Sample size ❖ Field Work
Chapter – 4 Data Analysis & Interpretation ❖ Data Interpretation & Finding of customer Survey ❖ Market share of mobile subscribers
Chapter – 5 Conclusions ❖ Conclusion ❖ Finding
Chapter – 6 Suggestions
❖ Bibliography ❖ Questionnaire

There are a few things that come in the life of a person, may be for a short span of time, but leaves on ever shining impression in to the mind. My summer training is one of the events which will be ever green in my life.
As I have been placed in RELIANCE COMMUNICATION LIMITED, at Bhuj. I shared the real marketing skills and knowledge from their experienced, enthusiastic and cordial executives, without whom I would have not been able to achieve my aim.

First of all I would like to express my thanks to Mr. SWASTIK CHANDAN head of Reliance communication Limited, Bhuj for permitting me to do the training at his concern. I am also very grateful to Mr. AJAY SINH (DISTRIBUTOR) for sharing valuable experience and suggestions regarding training and preparation of report.
I express my special thanks to my mentor Mr. VINEET NAIR who has given me proper guidance in spite of having his busy schedule.

I would also like thank to Prof.FARID KHOZA.,and prof.MOULIK SHAH., I also owe sincere gratitude to my family members whose love, affection, co-operation and moral support have provided me the strength to carry out this project.

Date :

A project is a scientific and systematic study of real issues on a problem with the application of management concept and skills. The study can deal with small or big issues in any division of an organization. It can be case study where a problem has been Dealt with, through the process of management. The essential equipment of a project this that, it should contain scientific collection of data, analysis and interpretation of data leading to valid conclusion.

Summer Training is an essential part in MBA curriculum. It enables the student to share the real experience in industry. My summer training has placed in Reliance communication limited for the period of three weeks in Bhuj,Kutch
The topic of my project was SWOT ANALYSIS OF RELIANCE COMMUNICATION with competitor in Bhuj and surrounding office. This project report tends to give a sharp picture of the telecom industry.

I hope, this study can be of some help to the telecom industry of his product and service


|Sr No. |Particulars |Page no: |
|1. |Introduction – Reliance communication | |
| |An Overview of current Market Scenario | |
| |Brief Study of the Organization | |
| |Organizational Set-up | |
| |Introduction of the Topic | |
| |The problems being faced | |
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|2. |What is SWOT Analysis? | |
|3. |Research Methodology | |
| |Research Objectives | |
| |Research Methodology | |
| |Data collection Method | |
| |Research Design | |
|5. |Data Analysis & Interpretation | |
|6. |Finding | |
|7. |Conclusion | |
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Concept of Reliance communication ❖ An Overview of current Market Scenario ❖ Brief Study of the Organization ❖ Organizational Set-up


Thursday, August 09, 2007
Anil Ambani: Telecom person of the year 2007
His marketing strategy has made millions of Indians happy, they got the best mobile tariffs in the world-local call costs at 15 paise/minute, and STD call at 40 paise/minute NEW DELHI, INDIA: When the VOICE&DATA jury, comprising eminent professionals from the telecom field, met in Delhi in June to choose the Telecom Person of the Year 2007, the five-hour selection process was steamy. The reason was obvious: The telecom sector is rowing faster than any other segment and naturally their CEOs have a lot to crow about. The jury had to select one from three CEOs, who had made it to the final list through nominations from the industry and the initial scrutiny. Among the three, one of the main contenders was a young CEO. The jury decided that he should come back next year to try and win the coveted award. The list now had two names-both CEOs of two well-known companies. The pivotal difference between the two: one is an entrepreneur and the other is not so popular, as his credit is shared among a number of his big daddies.
Following a five-hour closely held, hotly debated discussion, the name was announced: Anil Dhirubhai Ambani, chairman of Reliance Communications. Anil Ambani joined Reliance Industries (currently promoted by his brother Mukesh Ambani, following their split) in 1983 as co-chief executive officer. Forbes ranked him number 104 among the World's Richest People in 2006. The Ambani family faced criticism when it announced its ambitious plans to build a countrywide telecom network, as its prior expertise lay in commodities-textiles and petrochemicalsbusiness only. Apart from that telecom needs a service-oriented mindset, critics felt.

What they did not remember was how the family had served its millions of shareholders. Policies in India are made in line with Ambani's vision, says an industry expert. His business acumen and closeness to politicians assisted him in making it to the Rajya Sabha in June 2004, as an independent member. Ambani chose to resign voluntarily on March 25, 2006.

The same association with politicos gave him negative returns too when the Mayawati Government in Uttar Pradesh put a spanner on his ambitious plans to build a 1,200- acre SEZ. Media sees his aggression when he announces financial results for the Reliance ADA group of companies, and when he attends the annual general meetings and faces questions from shareholders. When he meets the press, he has answers to all their questions. He also remembers to call select journalists by name. To merchant bankers he, who has already contributed immensely to the financial reforms of the country, is one of the financial wizards of the world. May be because of his expertise, he gave up in the race to grab Hutchison Essar stake, after indirectly jacking up the valuation. His negotiations with the Qualcomm chief are also a folk theory now.

How did Ambani become the VOICE&DATA Telecom Person of the Year 2007? What are his personal and organizational achievements in the recent past?

His path-breaking marketing strategy that was put in by the strongest team of telecom professionals the country has ever seen has made millions of Indians happy as they got the best mobile tariffs in the world. The aggression resulted to adding to his already swollen kitty. Every hour India will be adding around 20,000 new mobile customers and Reliance Communications over 4,000. When mobile telephony first began in India, a local call cost Rs 16 per minute; an STD Rs 50; and a call to the US Rs 100 per minute. With Reliance Communication’s pioneering price initiative, a local call now costs a mere 15 paise per minute, STD 40 paise, and a call to the US costs less than Rs 2 per minute. The presence of Reliance Communications is making the competition in India panicky. Global telecom forces will also shortly start feeling the heat. Ambani has also recently announced his Rs 1,200 crore buyout of Holdings.

Achiever's Pride
• Undertook financial restructuring of Reliance communications
• To spend Rs 16,000 crore to expand and strengthen network coverage
• After expansion, Reliance Communications will have the single largest wireless network in the world
• Launched the lowest-cost classic brand handset at Rs 777
• Subscriber base grew to over 28 mn during last fiscal, registering 60% growth
• Total Revenue shot up to Rs 14,468 crore, an increase of 34%
• Net Profit rises to Rs 3,163 crore, an increase of over 600%
• Revenues of the wireless business increased by 46% to Rs 10,728 crore
• Broadband achieved revenue growth of 123% to Rs 1,144 crore
• Market capitalization crossed Rs 100,000 crore
• Will add 23,000 more towers
• Telecom services will be available in over 23,000 towns and 600,000 villages
• Next generation DTH network will be launched before end of the year Reliance Communications' wireless subscriber base grew to over 28 mn last fiscal, registering a 60% growth. This makes it one of the top two wireless operators in India.

"Economic growth in the future will be indexed to connectivity of millions of enterprise and individual customers. Over the next few years, we will have over 100 million customers, making us one of the top 5 telecom players in the world. In four years, we put up a total of 14,000 towers across the country. This year alone we will add 23,000 more towers. Our wireless network is currently available in 10,000 towns. By the end of this year, it will be available in over 23,000 towns and 600,000 villages," Anil Ambani said at the first annual general meeting of Reliance Communications since the re-organization of the Reliance Group in June 2005.

"In four years of operations, we invested around Rs 32,000 crore. This year alone we will invest over Rs 20,000 crore. At the end of this year, we will have covered over 90% of our population. If Version 1.0 of the Indian telecom story was all about affordability,

Version 2.0 will be about reach. Our Network expansion will give us the power to drive the market and stay ahead of the curve," Ambani adds.

According to Ambani, the financial restructuring of Reliance Communications is the biggest turnaround story in the history of corporate India. The inherited ownership structure of Reliance Communications was complex. The reorganization has yielded a simple, fair, and transparent ownership structure, and given Reliance Communications 100% ownership of all operational and associate companies.

Reliance Communications is now among the three most valuable private sector companies in India, and the five most valuable telecom companies in Asia. In the current

Fiscal, Reliance Communications will spend Rs 16,000 crore to further expand and strengthen its network coverage across India and the rest of the world
In addition to organic growth, Reliance Communications will leverage the advantages derived from this impressive financial platform to explore and pursue any significant Opportunities available in the telecommunications sector. "We are currently evaluating a number of inorganic opportunities in select international markets to further expand our footprint," Ambani said. Reliance Communication’s One India, One Tariff plan allowed millions to connect across India at just one rupee a minute. The company was the first one to break the Rs 1,000 entry-barrier with the launch of the lowest-cost classic brand handset at Rs 777.

As per its expansion plan, Reliance Communications will have the single largest wireless network in the world, covering over 900 mn Indians or more than 15% of the global population. It will cover 23,000 towns or every single Indian habitation with a population of over 1,000. Reliance Communications will cover almost 100% of all rail routes, providing seamless voice, video, radio, and Internet connectivity to 14 mn commuters every day. It will also cover almost 100% of all national highways, and 84% of all state highways, giving millions of users the power to talk, text, surf, play, chat or simply stay in touch across nearly the entire length of India's 2,00,000-km-long road network.

Having achieved tremendous growth, the main challenge for Reliance Communications is to improve quality of service and ARPU. Its enterprise business is also not in a position to compete with the global majors. Stock market valuations may boost the fortunes of an entrepreneur, but Ambani needs to address the issues faced by the growing mobile customer base, especially in India, where bureaucracy takes pride in checking the businessman.

Reliance Communications (formerly Reliance Communications Ventures) is one of India's largest providers of integrated communications services. The company has more than 20 million customers and serves individual consumers, enterprises, and carriers, providing wireless, wireline, long distance, voice, data, and internet communications services through a number of operating subsidiaries. The company sells communications and digital entertainment products and services through its chain of Reliance Web World retail outlets. The company's Reliance Infocomm subsidiary provides wireless communications services throughout India. Reliance Communications is part of the Reliance - Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group.

The current network expansion undertaken by Reliance is the largest wireless network expansion undertaken by any operator across the world.

It was with this belief in mind that Reliance Communications (formerly Reliance Infocomm) started laying 60,000 route kilometres of a pan-India fibre optic backbone.

This backbone was commissioned on 28 December 2002, the auspicious occasion of Dhirubhai’s 70th birthday, though sadly after his unexpected demise on 6 July 2002.
Reliance Communications has a reliable, high-capacity, integrated (both wireless and wire line) and convergent (voice, data and video) digital network. It is capable of delivering a range of services spanning the entire infocomm (information and communication) value chain, including infrastructure and services — for enterprises as well as individuals, applications, and consulting.

Today, Reliance Communications is revolutionizing the way India communicates and networks, truly bringing about a new way of life.
We will leverage our strengths to execute complex global-scale projects to facilitate leading-edge information and communication services affordable to all individual consumers and businesses in India.
We will offer unparalleled value to create customer delight and enhance business productivity.
We will also generate value for our capabilities beyond Indian borders and enable millions of India's knowledge workers to deliver their services globally.


Chairman’s profile

Reliance Communications Limited founded by the late Shri. Dhirubhai H Ambani (1932-2002) is the flagship company of the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group. It is India's foremost truly integrated telecommunications service provider. With a customer base of over 36 million including close to one million individual overseas retail customers, Reliance Communications ranks among the top ten Asian Telecom companies. Its corporate clientele includes 600 Indian, 250 multinational corporations and over 200 global carriers and owns and operates the world's largest next generation, IP enabled connectivity infrastructure, comprising over 150,000 kilometers of fiber optic cable systems in India, USA, Europe, Middle East and the Asia Pacific region. For more information, visit: Regarded as one of the foremost corporate leaders of contemporary India, Shri Anil D Ambani, 48, is the chairman of all listed companies of the Reliance ADA Group, namely, Reliance Communications, Reliance Capital, Reliance Energy and Reliance Natural Resources.

He is also the president of the Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Gandhinagar An MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Shri Ambani is credited with pioneering several financial innovations in the Indian capital markets. He spearheaded the country’s first forays into overseas capital markets with international public offerings of global depositary receipts, convertibles and bonds.Under his chairmanship, the constituent companies of the Reliance ADA group have raised nearly US$ 3 billion from global financial markets in a period of less than 15 months.

Shri Ambani has been associated with a number of prestigious academic institutions in India and abroad.
He is currently a member of:
• Wharton Board of Overseers, The Wharton School, USA
• Board of Governors, Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad
• Board of Governors, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur
• Executive Board, Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad
In June 2004, Shri Ambani was elected as an Independent member of the Rajya Sabha – Upper House, Parliament of India, a position he chose to resign voluntarily on March 25,2006.
Select Awards and Achievements

• Voted ‘the Businessman of the Year’ in a poll conducted by The Times of India – TNS,
December 2006
• Voted the ‘Best role model’ among business leaders in the biannual Mood of the Nation poll conducted by India Today magazine, August 2006
• Conferred ‘the CEO of the Year 2004’ in the Platts Global Energy Awards
• Conferred 'The Entrepreneur of the Decade Award' by the Bombay Management Association, October 2002

• Awarded the First Wharton Indian Alumni Award by the Wharton India Economic Forum (WIEF) in recognition of his contribution to the establishment of Reliance as a global leader in many of its business areas, December 2001 Selected by Asiaweek magazine for its list of 'Leaders of the Millennium in Business and Finance' and was introduced as the only 'new hero' in Business and Finance from India, June 1999.

Reliance Communication Limited







Main Studies ❖ Introduction of the Topic ❖ The problems being faced ❖ What does Company expect to do by solving the problem


What is SWOT Analysis?
SWOT analysis is a basic, straightforward model that provides direction and serves as a basis for the development of marketing plans. It accomplishes this by assessing an organizations strengths (what an organization can do) and weaknesses (what an organization cannot do) in addition to opportunities (potential favorable conditions for an organization) and threats (potential unfavorable conditions for an organization). SWOT analysis is an important step in planning and its value is often underestimated despite the simplicity in creation. The role of SWOT analysis is to take the information from the environmental analysis and separate it into internal issues (strengths and weaknesses) and external issues (opportunities and threats). Once this is completed, SWOT analysis determines if the information indicates something that will assist the firm in accomplishing its objectives (a strength or opportunity), SWOT analysis is a general technique which can be applied across diverse functions and activities, but it is particularly appropriate to the early stages of planning for a TIPD visit.

Performing SWOT analysis involves generating and recording the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats relating to a given task. It is customary for the analysis to take account of internal resources and capabilities (strengths and weaknesses) and factors external to the organization (opportunities and threats).
SWOT analysis can provide:
A framework for identifying and analyzing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
This checklist is for those carrying out, or participating in, SWOT analysis. It is a simple, popular technique which can be used in preparing or amending plans, in problem solving and decision making. Illustrative diagram of SWOT analysis If SWOT analysis does not start with defining a desired end state or objective, it runs the risk of being useless. A SWOT analysis may be incorporated into the strategic planning model. An example of a strategic planning technique that incorporates an objective-driven SWOT analysis is SCAN analysis.

Strategic Planning, including SWOT and SCAN analysis, has been the subject of much research.

Strengths: attributes of the organization those are helpful to achieving the objective.

Weaknesses: attributes of the organization those are harmful to achieving the objective.

Opportunities: external conditions those are helpful to achieving the objective.

Threats: external conditions that is harmful to achieving the objective.

SWOT analysis can be used for all sorts of decision-making, and the SWOT template enables proactive thinking, rather than relying on habitual or instinctive reactions.
The SWOT analysis template is normally presented as a grid, comprising four sections, one for each of the SWOT headings: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.

The free SWOT template below includes sample questions, whose answers are inserted into the relevant section of the SWOT grid. The questions are examples, or discussion points, and obviously can be altered depending on the subject of the SWOT analysis.

Note that many of the SWOT questions are also talking points for other headings – use them as you find most helpful, and make up your own to suit the issue being analyzed. It is important to clearly identify the subject of a SWOT analysis, because a SWOT analysis is a perspective of one thing, be it a company, a product, a proposition, and idea, a method, or option, etc.

Here are some examples of what a SWOT analysis can be used to assess:

• a company (its position in the market, commercial viability, etc)
• a method of sales distribution
• a product or brand
• a business idea
• a strategic option, such as entering a new market or launching a new product
• a opportunity to make an acquisition
• a potential partnership
• changing a supplier
• outsourcing a service, activity or resource
• an investment opportunity



• Lack of communication between retailers and distributor
• Lack of improper distribution channel
• Competitors

• Low Entry Cost
• Commission Structure
• Fast Activation Process
• Network
• Connectivity
• Data GPRS

• Branding Image
• Distribution problem
• Limited product portfolio-
Only Mobile
• Lack of Competitive Strength
• Limited Budget

• Preference of GSM over
• New Specialist Application
• Rural Telephony
• New Market, Vertical,
• Competitors` Vulnerabilities

• Political destabilization.
• New Entrants
• IT Development
• Market Demand
• Seasonality, Weather Effects
• Not regular visit of DSE and Runner
• All retailers are not aware of new scheme of RCOM
• Lack of sales promotion and advertisement
• Retailer doesn’t get claim at proper time
• No visit of TSM or any other person to the retailer’s shop 3) WHAT DOES COMPANY EXPECT TO DO BY SOLVING THE PROBLEM

• Customer Satisfaction
• Retailer Satisfaction
• Increase in Sale
• Sales Promotion
• Proper Distribution Channel


❖ Research problem ❖ Research Objective & sub- objective ❖ Information Requirement ❖ Choice of Research Design ❖ Research Instrument used ❖ Schemes, Products & Sample size ❖ Field Work


❖ Collection of Data of other companies –Vodafone,Airtel & BSNL ❖ Retailers some time gives wrong data ❖ Limitation of time and money

• To help in development and introduction of new product
• To identify the company position among competitors
• To determine those factors which persuade retailers for sale of RCOM sims/product
• To find out which type of schemes retailers prefer and why?
• To study the effect of irregular supply on the sale of the product


• To identify the Market share of RCOM
• To find out the basic problems of retailers
• To find out the performance of Distributor
• To find out the basic problems of Channel of Distributor
• To find out the Claims pending of Retailers


Complete Price structure of Rcom, Airtel & Vodafone.offer which includes

• Sim Processing Fees
• Discount Offered
• Schemes offered
• Service Tax

• Data collected from the Company
• Secondary Data
• Internet
• Retailers
• Distributor
• Sales Executives
• Other Trainees (Runner)

(6) SCHEMES, PRODUCTS RELIANCE PRODUCT ❖ Reliance Base Phone ❖ Reliance Mobile ❖ Reliance Data Card ❖ Reliance Voucher, E-Recharge ❖ Reliance PCO ❖ Reliance Broad Band

All Local/Intra Circle Calls Rs.1.00
AllSTD Calls Rs.1.50
Roaming All Incoming & Local Outgoing calls Rs.1.00
AllSTD Outgoing calls Rs.1.50
SMS Local Rs.1.00
Application Rs.3.00
National Rs.1.50
International Rs.5.00

Plan Name:Simple 199 (Billing Pulse 1 second)
Rent :Rs.199
Free Talk time :Rs.150 (15,000 Seconds) STD & LOCAL any Network
Local :0.1p per second to any network
STD :0.1p per second to any network
Sms pack 25/- 15000 sms per month
Plan Name:Simple 299 (Billing Pulse 180 seconds or 3Mins )
Rent :Rs.299
Free Talk time :Rs.299 (897 Minutes) STD & LOCAL any Network
Local :Rs.1/-per call of 3Minutes to any network
STD :Rs.1/-per call of 3Minutes to any network
Sms pack 25/- 15000 sms per month
Plan Name:SIMPLY 99 (STD PACK)
Rent :Rs.99
Local mobiles :0.50p/min
Landline :Rs.0.50p/ min
STD :Rs.0.50 / min
FREE SMS :198 Local/National
Plan Name:SIMPLY 399 (STD PACK)
Rent :Rs.399
Local mobiles :0.50p/min
Landline :Rs.0.50p/ min
STD :Rs.0.50 / min
FREE SMS :798 Local/National
Plan Name: PLATINUM 225
Rent :Rs.225
FREE Call :333 mins(Local Any Mobile)
Local mobiles :0.30p/min
Landline :Rs.0.80p/ min
STD :Rs.1.25 / min
FREE SMS :333 Local/National
Plan Name: PLATINUM 249
Rent :Rs.249
FREE Call :600 mins(Local Any Mobile)
Local mobiles :0.40p/min
Landline :Rs.1.00p/ min
STD :Rs.1.50 / min
FREE SMS :200 Local/National
Plan Name: PLATINUM 349
Rent :Rs.349
FREE Call :800 mins(Local Any Mobile)
Local mobiles :0.30p/min
Landline :Rs.0.50p/ min
STD :Rs.1.00 / min

(25/6/2010 to 2/7/2010)

MARKETING VISITING & SURVEY – 17th June was my first day of summer training in Reliance communication in Bhuj. I met to SWSTIK SIR. He took my interview and selects me for summer training. Then he chose my mentor Mr. Rajeev sir who guides me in summer training. After that I had to do my summer training under in
Vineet Sir First day I went Raj enterprises that have the Distributor ship of Reliance Communication. Then after we met the Three DSR (Distributor Sales Representative).Through the DSR we saw and got the all information about the market and knew that how they work and how increase the goodwill of R. Communication.

They give the regular information about current scheme & plan. We saw that there were more than 200 hundred small & big counters under the Raj enterprises.

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Time of visited all retail counters with DSR I learnt all those thing how to explain in front of retailer about the plan & schemes and main thing I learnt there how to convince for accepting a big budget schemes. We familiarized with some kinds of problems those having been retailer, in his working day with customers. After finishing all the counters I went again to the main office for reporting my work to Vineet sir. Along with all work we had to also seen those some counters which did not keep recharge voucher, E-recharge and some types of reliance handset like GSK &CDMA. The main reason through which they can not keep the above given facilities is that they were not telling their problem with us. For removing these problems, there was only one way that they have to tell us their problem with us through which we can remove that problem. Therefore at last I asked the problem and they shared with us their problem. Since I was a junior therefore it was my responsibility to keep all the problems in front of Mr. Vineet sir. It was my marketing visiting for the 7 days which was the great experienced work for me. In this period I learnt some kinds of idea for increasing the sale, also I got familiarized with those problems which generally come in the market for selling purpose.
LTV – Life Time Validity
CAF – Customer Application form
GSK – Get started Kit
FWP – Fix Wireless Phone
STV – Special Tariff voucher
OTAF – Over The Air Fulfillment
FRC – First Recharge Coupon
GSM – Global System of Mobility
CDMA – Code Dual Module Assessment

APPROACH FOR NEW RETAIL COUNTER – In the second phase of my training I got the target for opening 45 new counters in the whole area that comes under in Mr. Vineet sir. I achieved my target within 7 days for the 45 counters new approach I moved all around the area which comes under in Mr. Vineet sir r. I was having the different kinds of plans and schemes through which I could make the new counters.
Area was as follow:
Hospital Road , Bhidgate, Jubli Circle, Police line, mundra road, ,Bus stand, RTO Site, Vithon I got my 100% target. It was the good achievement for me and according to Mr. Vineet sir it was the much appreciated work which was done by me.

Research Methodology

Research methodology is a way to systematically do the job. It may be understood as a science of studying how research is done scientifically. The most desirable approach with regards to the selection of the research methodology depends on the nature of particular work, time and resources available along with the desire level of accuracy.
Research Type Descriptive Research
Data Source Primary Data
Research Instrument Questionnaires
Type of Questionnaire Structured
Sampling Unit Retailer
Sampling Method Judgmental
Contact Method Personal Interview


Interpretation & Finding of customer
❖ Market share of mobile subscribers

Age group – Tabulating in percentage the age group of customers

Above figure shows that researcher having surveyed 18 respondents, 25% belong to age group 18-28%, 47% belong to age group 28-35%, belong to age group 36-45 and 6% above age of 45.
Income Level Tabulation

It was all Bharti Airtel’s and Reliance Communication’s saga in the India Telecom Market till last quarter. But, now the story is entirely different. Looking at the Mobile Subscribers data for the month of September 2009, It seems, Tata Teleservices which owns Tata DoCoMo (GSM) and Tata Indicom (CDMA) is racing up fast.
The country saw around 14.98 million new mobile subscribers in the month of September 2009 and the total stands at 471.73 million. Bharti Airtel had 2.5 million new mobile subscribers and as usual it leads the chart with a market share of 23.43%. Reliance Communication which offers both GSM and CDMA under the same brand saw 2 million net new additions and its total market share is at 18.26%.

It was found in the survey that 55% of the respondents intended to purchase either AirTel or Rim services in the future. Out of this 55% more than ½ (that is 30% of the whole sample size) intended to purchase AirTel and 25% intended to purchase RIM

It was found in the survey that 55% of the respondents intended to purchase either AirTel or Rim services in the future. Out of this 55% more than ½ (that is 30% of the whole sample size) intended to purchase AirTel and 25% intended to purchase RIM


RCOMM – 70% uninor – 30%

Chapter - 5
❖ Conclusion ❖ Finding

Indian economy is an emerging one and is growing very fast at the average GDP rate 8-9% so in this emerging market competition level among telecommunication services provides new players are coming who will necessarily intensify the competition. New products and new schemes are being offered by the telecom service providers. The need for large information capacity has grown tremendously due to the demand of real time information.
Telecommunication has now become a major information transmission system and telecom has undoubtedly emerged as the most important industry in India. Indian telecom companies are putting in their best offer to rope in major telecom operators of the world e.g. Vodafone, Aircel and MTN etc. are playing their role in synergy with the operation of the Indian companies. Process of acquisition and merger are in process and future will be only for those companies who have an edge over others in the field. Service provided and the better quality of network etc. is provided at affordable cost. In this process of competition it is assumed that only those companies will survive who adopt suitable market strategy and technology innovation and up gradation to suit the aspiration and demand of the consumer.
RCOMM cellular ltd. An Anil Ambani Group of cos. Is very fast catching up with the market by providing cheaper calling rates. The market strategies adopted by its executives are bearing fruits and the company although being the Second one to enter the market of Bihar & Jharkhand has found a suitable niche and recognition in the consumer. But this is not a thing for self contentment as the survey reveals that in network, service and distributor, its place is very far behind to other competitors viz. Airtel, BANL, and Vodafone etc. so to withstand the competition resources mobilization and technological innovation on the part of cos. To upgrade its quality of network and services is urgently called for.
Market access and growth is alright but the improvement of quality on the above counts is necessity of the time.
Retailers Finding
Services provided by Retailers: -
All the retailers are dealing in all services i.e. providing Recharge Voucher, SIM, and Tariff Voucher of all the cellular service companies present in Jharkhand zone. Also most of them provide only pre-paid connection.
Satisfaction: -
Most of the retailers i.e. around 74% of respondents are satisfied with RCOMM brand, 10% of them push RCOMM brand to the customer and rest 16% retailers are not satisfied with RCOMM brand due to claim pending and the distributor. The retailers don’t get schemes communicated in time by distributor and distributor does not provide RCV & e-Top properly.
Problems: -
Around 15% of the respondents that there is network problem with RCOMM, on the other hand they found its competitors viz. Airtel, BSNL, Vodafone network connectivity of very good to good level.

Around 16% retailers which are under puja enterprises distributor projected problem with distributors. They don’t get schemes communicated in time by distributor and distributor does not provide RCV & e-Top.
Support from company: -
Most of the retailers ensnared that they are supported by the companies’ personne & companies’ helpline.
All companies provide POP at right time and in adequate number. Claim process:-
In case of RCOMM process is be claimed very belatedly i.e. almost 77% of the cases take 60-90 days, where as in case of Airtel most of the i.e. 88% is being finalized in time limit 0-30 days.

Chapter – 6



❖ Bibliography ❖ Questionnaire


On the basis of extensive study and research, here are some recommendation and suggestion which may help the company to market the product and service more profitability and increase its share in the Telecom market.
The company expand the budget allocation for promotional campaign in center Bihar & Jharkhand. It has affected the sale service brand image of Reliance especially in Jharkhand. Low supports in promotion have lead to fluctuation in sale
There may be some useful tools which can be summed as follows:-

(1) Advertising – advertising should have a clear objective and message, which has not been found in recent ads. Reliance is a faster growing provider service in each state .every offers and schemes they should show with proper message for benefit to the customer. In busy life customer do not remembered any offers and which service we can provided for the customer therefore they should by force showing advertisement in growing market and among customer. customers wants continuously exposure in Cable and Local newspapers.

(2) Persuasive Advertising :-
Now there is a need of persuasive advertising for Reliance service which can be moved into the category of “comparative advertising”. It will help the company to establish the superiority of its brand service through specific comparison of one or more attributes and features.

(3)Technical Expertise:-

The advertisement should show the companies expertise, experience and pride in market the product service sale. Media A combination of print ads and TV commercial do a better job.

Local ads and publicity should be giving more stress. Hoardings, banners, wall painting should be promoted, as some expenses are also beard by dealers. Ads on Cable network result greater audience attention. Schemes, gift offers etc. must be highlighted through Radio and Local newspapers.

Cash discount
Appointment of sale promoter
Financial schemes


The company may go for occasional discount offers or price off from time to time specially during any festival. Off season discount may also prove helpful to check fluctuating sales.


As for as some hand set mobile product quality is concerned, there is an urgent need of technical up gradation of Reliance mobile product line. It would be beneficial for company to launch some colors mobile hand set with the some added feature and minimum price.


Marketing Management - Phillip Kotler


Business Today
Advertising & Management

Economic Times
Hindustan Times

WEBSITE www.rom .in

The relevant information from the internal source of the organization
1. Whether following things are available? ❖ Monsoon offer 48% ❖ Kit 90% ❖ V-top 40% ❖ E-Recharge 90%

The survey revealed that 48% retailers have monsoon Offer, 90% have kit, 40% have V-top and 90% have E-recharge.
2. What is the frequency of DSE visit? ❖ Once a Week 20% ❖ Twice a Week 50% ❖ Thrice a Week 30% ❖ None of above 0 %
The survey revealed that 20% retailers have said that DSE visits once a Week, 50% retailers have said that DSE visits twice a Week, 30% retailers have said that DSE visits thrice a Week.
3. What availability of stock you keep for sale in
Your shop? ❖ Daily 9% ❖ weekly 72% ❖ In 15 days 18% ❖ Monthly 1%

The survey revealed that 9% retailers keep daily stock, 72% retailers keep Weekly stock , 18% retailers keep stock of 15 days and 1% retailers keep monthly stock.
4. What nature of problem you face with RCOMM? ❖ Service level 31% ❖ Claim level 95% ❖ Product availability 18% ❖ Product awareness 25%

The survey revealed that 31%, 95%, 18%, 25% retailers have problem with service level claim level, product availability and product awareness respectively.

5. How much time is taken by the distributor to reimburse your claims? ❖ 20 days 11% ❖ 30 days 25% ❖ 45 days 25% ❖ 60 days 39%

The survey revealed that 11%, 25%, 25%, 39% of the retailers are reimbursed by distributor at claim level respectively.
6. Who are the major competitors of RCOMM? ❖ Vodafone 35% ❖ Airtel %27 ❖ BSNL22% ❖ Uninor 10% ❖ Vidiocon 6%

The survey revealed that Airtel and Tata indicom are the major competitors of RCOMM.

7. If you have any problem then whom you will prefer to talk? ❖ Distributor 10% ❖ TSM 23% ❖ DSE 67%
The Survey revealed that 10%, 23% and 67% retailers prefer to talk to Distributor, TSM and DSE.

9. How much time do you take to activate a sim?

(i) 10-15 min. 44%
(ii) 15-30 min. 38%
(iii) 30-60 min. 6%
(iv) Above 60 min. 12%

The survey revealed that 44% retailers take 10-15 min., 38% take 15-30 min., 6% take 30-60 min. and 12% take more than 60 min. in activation of a SIM.
10. From which company distributors you are more satisfied?
(i) Airtel 34%
(ii) Reliance 28%
(iii) BSNL 17%
(iv) Vodafone 16%
(v) TATA 4%
(vi) None 1%…...

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