Customer Relationship Management in Banks with Reference to Corporation Bank

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ACADEMIC YEAR: 2012 – 2013

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This is to certify that, Mr./Miss
Of T.Y.B.B.I Semester V (2011-12) has successfully completed project on Under the guidance of _________________________________________

(Signature of Project Guide) (Signature of Principal)

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I Mr./Miss the student of S.I.W.S N.R Swami College of Commerce & Economics, studying in T.Y. B.Com – Banking & Insurance ( Semester V), hereby declare that I have completed the project report on “CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN BANKS WITH REFERENCE TO CORPORATION BANK” in the academic year 2011 – 2012.

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