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23/01/2013 GUIDELINES FOR ON-THE-JOB TRAINING

On-the-job training (OJT) is an integral part of the 24 months MBA programme of SOM, KIIT University. The period for the training is two months, tentatively from May 1st to 30th of June, 2013. Students are not allowed to change the organization of training assigned to him/ her without prior written permission of the Dean/ OJT Coordinator. In case such a thing happens the OJT project will be considered invalid.

1. Objectives of the OJT:

1.1. To provide an extensive exposure to the student on hands-on experience in a corporate environment or research activity.

1.2. To ensure that the corporate gets adequate return from the students in terms of the money and time it spends on them during the training so that there is a mutual return of experience and learning.

1.3. To provide a platform for the corporate to test the reliability, quality and performance of the students and make a match for final job offer later if they so deem fit.

2. Supervision:

During the training the student will be under the supervision of a person in the organization who will act as his/her corporate guide. He/she will provide guidelines on how the student should work during the stay with the organization. In addition, each student will be guided by a faculty of KSOM. The student will be required to report to the faculty guide immediately after joining the company for the project (Annexure no.-01) and every fortnight in a prescribed format (Annexure no.-02).

The student is required to meet the faculty guide before departing for the OJT and take necessary instructions from him/her.

2.1. The faculty guide will consult the corporate guide from time to time for obtaining information on the progress of the Project work of the student.

3. Conduct/Discipline:

The students are required to abide by the rules of the organization where they are undergoing their training.

3.1. The Corporate organization will be

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