ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND MANAGEMENT PROCESSES INTERNATIONAL, NEW DELHI PGDM (BM) SUMMER TRAINING GUIDELINES SUMMER INTERNSHIP NUMBER OF CREDIT: 8
The guidelines to be observed during the summer training assignment are as follows: 1. JOINING REPORT: Each student must send his/her joining report to the Programme Coordinator (PGDM (BM)) within 7 days of joining the organization. This report must contain the following details: 1. Title of the Project 2. Name & Designation of the Guide 3. Name of the organization 4. Date of joining 5. Duration of the project, etc. (Annexure 1 enclosed) 2. CONTACT WITH THE FACULTY GUIDE: The trainees will be required to keep the Institute Faculty Guide informed regarding the progress at least twice during the course of the Summer Training. Contact Tentative Schedule
First 15th -20th May Second 15th -20th June The exact date can be worked out on discussion with the concerned Faculty individually. The institute faculty guide and their contact details are as follows, Specialization Finance Faculty Guide Prof. P. Malarvizhi Prof. AVK Murthy Marketing Prof. G. Kathuria Prof. Ruchi Nayyar Contact Number 9312940394 9560371985 9871828198 9311822554 E-Mail email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
3. PROJECT EVALUATION CRITERIA S. No. Criteria 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Organization Confidential Evaluation Joining Report and synopsis (Latest by 10th May) Institute Faculty Contact Documentation Presentation & Viva Total
Max .Marks 50 20 20 50 60 200
4. Work Plan Day 1 to 7 : Joining Report Day 7 to 15 : Draft Synopsis of Proposed Report.(500 words) Day 15 to 30 : Finalizing Title of the Report & Sheets Day 30 to 40 : Data Collection Stage 1: Stage 2: Stage 3: Day 40 to 42 : Drafting Report Day 42 to 45 : Evaluation, Formatting of Report & Analysis Day 45 to 50 : Working on the Report & Assessment Day 50 to 55 : Revision of Draft Day 55 to 60 : Final Review & Overall refurnishing Draft Day 60 to 70 : Final Preparation & Submission.
GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR PREPARATION OF REPORT FORMAT OF THE REPORT FIRST PAGE SECOND PAGE THIRD PAGE done.
- Refer annexure – 2 as a sample. (Will
page) - Certificate from the concerned Institute faculty member - Certificate from the Organization where
Contents of the Project Report where page number must be given. List of tables, graphs, diagrams, figures may be included. - Acknowledgement duly signed by the student. - Abstract/Synopsis/ Summary of the Project Report describing the successive chapters. -
.FOURTH PAGE FIFTH PAGE SIXTH PAGE
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Organization- Past History, Present Profile, and Future Plans. 1.2 Introduction of the study 1.3 Hypothesis/Objectives of the Project 1.4 Significance/Need of the Project 1.5 Scope of the Project –extent and limitations CHAPTER TWO: METHODOLOGY 2.1 Research Design 2.2 Data collection Sources including literature review which must include quotations, Footnotes and exhibits 2.3 Data collection methods & Instruments 2.4. Analysis techniques and procedures 2.5 Sampling Plan 2.6 Fieldwork Plan (If Applicable) 2.7 Assumptions and limitation of the study CHAPTER THREE: FINDINGS AND ANALYSIS 3.1 Findings – Use of quantitative and qualitative techniques for the estimation. Maximum use to be made of tables and illustrations. 3.2 Analysis – Must be from the findings. 3.3 Summery of Findings and analysis. CHAPTER FOUR: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 4.1 Brief summery of the project. 4.2 Major finding from the study 4.3 Conclusion and recommendation. CHAPTER FIVE: BIBLIOGRAPHY APPENDIX : May include a. A copy of the questionnaire used b. Supporting facts or charts not included in the body c. Brochures/Pamphlets about the organizations not included in the text
ANNEXURE 1 JOINING REPORT
To Prof. Girish Kathuria Associate...
Bibliography: PGDM (BM) Entrepreneurship and Management Processes International New Delhi – 74 July 2012
26th April, 2013
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