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Running Head:The Introduction of Lunch Order ServiceThe Introduction of Lunch Order Service[Writer’s Name][Name of the Institute]
TABLE OF CONTENTINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3LITERATURE REVIEW................................................................................................................3RESEARCH QUESTIONS.............................................................................................................4RESEARCH OBJECTIVES............................................................................................................4RESEARCH METHODOLOGY.....................................................................................................4RESEARCH PROCESS:.................................................................................................................5DATA COLLECTION & ANALYSIS METHOD:........................................................................6GANTT CHART:............................................................................................................................6EXPECTED OUTCOME:...............................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONThe topic which is chosen for the research project is introduction of lunch order serviceof Cranfield students. This topic is of great significance for the students as many of them want toorder lunch from different fast food places which are outside the campus and they don’t have theaccess to those places. Having this service can also enable students who sometimes forgot tobring their own food, a chance to buy food from outside from some other restaurant; they cansimply place an order with lunch order service of the institute and can get the desired lunch intheir campus (ecoliteracy.org, 2016). Lunch Order service can be started by the college on asmaller scale by just using a group of 4-5 riders who go outside the campus in a specific area andbuy the lunch which is ordered by the students on outlets. There isn’t much of a cost involvementin this, just a small salary of riders which can be easily recovered from the students in form ofdelivery charges. If the service is started for students in campus there will not be any deliverycharges but just the food cost which will be made in the campus by chefs. This can also beordered by students as this along with riders will be a complete plan under lunch order servicefor Cranfield students.LITERATURE REVIEWIn UK, there are a lot of institutions and educational places which provide students withtop quality education and they come in masses as well. UK students and parents select institutesbased on many factors, some of these factors include quality of education, while others look atthe campus and location, and some also look at the services offered by the place (How it works |Classroom Cuisine, 2016). Majority of these colleges are located in big cities of UK whichinclude Melbourne, Perth etc. Such services are extremely important for students living alone orin hostels where there isn’t anybody making lunch for them. This can also include foreign orinternational students just in UK to complete their education.As a student, I can say that we love to eat fast food from different restaurants and we also like toeat food or lunch which is provided by our family and is home cooked, but sometimes there is aneed to buy something extra from different restaurants and for that students do go out withfriends during lunch or break hours. As a result of going out, we come back to the campus late or
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