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Impact of stock taking as a control measure in a manufacturing company
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Attempt has been made in this project to discuss generally and analyze the impact of stock taking as a control measure in manufacturing company in Nigeria today, Dangote Flour Mills Ilorin is being chosen as a case study. Stock taking is an act of verifying inventory in the store while purchasing could be defined as the function which is responsible for the procurement of equipment, materials, suppliers, and services required in an organization for the use of production in accordance with the standards perforation, in the most efficient and economical manner. This project is divided into five chapters, the chapter one present introduction of the topic, statement of problems, objective of study, significant of the study, scope of the study, limitation of study, historical background of case study and definition of terms. Chapter two deals with the literature review. Chapter three contains research design and methodology, area of the study, sample frame/population, instrument for the data collection, and methods of data research question. Chapter four presents presentation analysis of data, data interpretations, and analysis of data. Chapter five shows the summary of the findings, conclusion of the findings and recommendation. References.