project report on hybrid vehicles

Topics: Motorcycle, TVS Motors, Honda Pages: 29 (4226 words) Published: July 26, 2014


(Approved by AICTE, Govt. of India)
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-15)

Under the guidance of: Submitted by:
Prof. D. DAS Vijendra Singh (FPG13-15/072) (Indus Business Academy) Mohit Agarwal (FPG13-15/072) Ganesh Singh (FPG13-15/072) Lokesh Yadav (FPG13-15/072)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We express our sincere gratitude to our project guide Dr. Debabrata Das for giving us the opportunity to work on this project. We are thankful to Dr. Debabrata Das our Project Guide for their guidance and encouragement without which the satisfactory completion of our project would not have been possible. They have been a constant source of inspiration to us, showing all the patience and abundant encouragement throughout the project duration.7/27/2014 Also, we are thankful to the librarians and staff of our institute, for their continued support and invaluable encouragement.

Ganesh Singh Vijendra Singh Mohit Agarwal

Lokesh Yadav

CONTENTS
Page 1. INTRODUCATION………………………………………………………………….3-4 1.1.1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW………………………………………5-6 1.1.2. MAJOR PLAYERS AND COMPETITION……………......7-9

2. REARCH OBJECTIVE……………………………………………………………….10 3. LITERATURE REVIEW…………………………………………………….....11-13 4. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY……………………………………………………14 4.1.1. SAMPLING TECHNIQUES……………………………………...14 4.1.2. DATA COLLECTION METHOD……………………………….15 4.1.3. LIMITATIONS………………………………………………………16

5. DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION…………………………17-20 6. FINDING AND SUGGESTIONS………………………………………......21-22 7. CONCLUSION………………………………………………………………………..23 8. REFERENCES ……………………………………………………………………….24 9. ANNEXURE & QUESTIONNAIRE………………………………………..25-26

INTRODUCTION

History of Bikes:-
Bob Stark has been involved with Indian motorcycles throughout his entire life. Bob's father became an Indian dealer in 1918, after returning from military service during World War I. Bob still has a photo of his mother riding in a sidecar in 1923. Since Bob was born in 1934, his parents were involved with Indian cycles long before that. At the age of 10 Bob started staying around his father’s shop, and developed quite an interest in the Indian cycles. The mechanic considered him a pest, but allowed him to do minor items, such as changing oil & polishing cycles. By 1946 Bob was riding his own Whizzer motorbike, and in 1947 graduated to a Cushman scooter. By 1950, he had learned quite a bit more about the cycles and got his first Indian, a 741 Scout with skirted fenders. He bought the cycle for $50.00 without his father’s permission and had it for 4 months before his father knew it was his. By 1951, Bob purchased the '48 Chief, which he still rides. In addition, his father deemed the $50.00 741 Scout to be unsafe. So he traded a new Triumph 650cc even up for it. That was the best cycle deal in Bob's life. 1951 also was high school graduation, and the start of college. Some extra money was obtained during the next 3 summers by working on cycles. Bobs father had sold the Indian shop in 1952, so the work was done in the "ex" chicken coop at home. 1955 was the big change, graduation from Case Institute of Technology, Akron Ohio (Now called Case/Western) with a degree in mechanical engineering....
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