## Friday, July 12, 2013

### PowerPoint Presentation On INDIFFERENCE CURVE

PPT On INDIFFERENCE CURVE

INDIFFERENCE CURVE Presentation Transcript:
1. DEFINITION: IC
An Indifference curve (IC) is the locus of all those combination of two goods which give the same level of satisfaction to the consumer.
Thus consumer is indifferent towards all the combinations lying on the same indifference curve. In other words, consumer gives equal preference to all such combinations.

2. MARGINAL RATE OF SUBSTITUTION (MRS)
The marginal rate of substitution of X for Y (MRSxy) is defined as the amount of Y, the consumer is just willing to give up to get one more unit of X  and maintain the same level of satisfaction.

3. DIMINISHING MARGINAL RATE OF SUBSTITUTION
As the consumer increases the consumption of apples, then for getting every additional unit of apples, he will give up less and less of oranges, that is, 8:1, 4:1, 2:1, 1:1 respectively This is the Law of Diminishing MRS.

4. ASSUMPTIONS OF IC ANALYSIS
(a) Non Satiety
(b) Transitivity
(c) Diminishing Marginal Rate of Substitution
(d) Two Commodities
(e) Ordinal Utility
(f) Positive Marginal Utilities
(g) Divisibility
(h) Rationality

5. PROPERTIES OF IC
1. An Indifference curve has negative slope i.e. it slope downwards from left to right.
2.  Indifference curve is always convex to the         origin. This implies that two goods are     imperfect substitutes and MRS between     two     goods decreases as a consumer move along     an     indifference curve. IC will be straight line if MRS     is constant and  L shaped in case of     Complimentary.

6. PROPERTIES OF IC
3. Two Indifference curves never intersect or become tangent to each other.
This will violet the rule of Transitivity because: on IC1 A is equally preferred to B and on IC2 A is equally preferred to C.
This implies B is equally preferred to C, which can not be because more is always preferred to less.

7. PROPERTIES OF IC
4. Higher indifference curve represents higher satisfaction.
This is because the combinations lying on higher indifference curve contain more of either one or both goods and more is always preferred to less.

8. PROPERTIES OF IC
5. Indifference curve touches neither X-axis nor Y-axis (By Definition)

9. Thank You.

### PowerPoint Presentation On MOBILE MARKETING QR CODES

PPT On MOBILE MARKETING QR CODES

MOBILE MARKETING QR CODES Presentation Transcript:
QR stands for “ Quick Response “
Is a mobile phone readable barcode.
Developed by a Japanese corporation ( Denso-Wave) and released in 1994

2. How does it work ?
Data can be translated into a QR code by any QR generator , many of which are available on line for free.
Users simply enter the data to be translated and the generator produces the code which can be displayed electronically or in a printed format.
Decoding the information can be done with any mobile camera phone that has a QR reader application.

3. Ways to Use QR Codes in Print Materials
Billboards
Brochures
In Store Signs
Events Posters
Real Estate Sales Signs
And More ……

4. Why is it important to you ?
QR codes can be scanned anytime , anywhere with mobile phones.
Quick response through QR codes .
Multiple uses of these codes.
Increase awareness : Drive traffic and call to action
Reduce cost : Real time analytics and instant campaign editing
Strengthen Brand : Interactive engagement and innovative

5. Are not time limited : Don’t expire
No limits on the numbers of times they can be scanned

6. How do I design my own QR code
The website below are free sites that you can use
_  www.qrstuff.com
_  www.tagmicrosoft.com

7. QR codes Challenges
Not every one owns internet enabled device .
Websites not yet mobilized
Poor implementation of QR codes
Need for education and promotion
Privacy issues

8. Thank You

### PowerPoint Presentation On Green Service Station

PPT On Green Service Station

Green Service Station Presentation Transcript:
1. Opens first Green Service Station
station Combines several technological innovations to preserve the environment  inside the station
as well as techniques to maintain
health and safety.

2. renewable sources
The site uses
Solar Powered Pole
LED lights, with a long life
low voltage safe against electrical fire

3. without using a single drop
use a waterless car wash system.
cleans car without using a single drop of water.

4. new ‘No-Wet’ technique, an all-in-one eco-friendly car wash liquid. Made from all natural ingredients, the product does not contain petroleum distillates, silicone, abrasives, harmful chemicals or detergents that pollute water.

5. greener lifestyle
We all encourage customers to take small but significant steps to adopt a greener lifestyle, by promoting recycling and using the waterless

6. latest waste management systems
the latest waste management systems, including a garbage segregation system that provides colour coded bins for easier recycling

7. oil
engine oils PROTEC Green for gasoline engines and VULCAN Green for diesel engines will be available.

8. reduces noise, through an integrated sound barrier on the compound wall. The station will also feature a centralised vacuum system to support power conservation and reduce waste and noise.

9. The green Very Low Sulfur Diesel (VLSD). This innovative diesel contains 10 times less sulfur than the standard one, which means a cleaner engine for cars and a cleaner environment.