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Guidelines for mentorship project report

  1. 1. Jagannath International Management School Guidelines For Typing•NUMBER OF PAGES: o Maximum 100 pages•TYPING INSTRUCTIONS: o Border Indents  Top, Bottom & Right – 1 Inch..  Left – 1.5 Inch. o Page Numbering – Bottom centered o Font Type – Arial o Font Color – Black only o Font size – Uniform & Consistent throughout the report  Chapter Heading – 16 (Bold)  Titles – 14 (Bold)  Normal Text – 12 (Regular) o Line Spacing – 1.5 o Graphical Presentation – Color/Black & White o Graphical Number – Each and every Table / Exhibit / Figure must be assigned its reference number. E.g. – Table 1.1, Fig 1.1, etc.•PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS: o Paper – A4 Size
  2. 2. Jagannath Internation Management School FORMAT OF MENTORSHIP CERTIFICATE (This letter has to be on the company’s official letterhead) TO WHOMESOEVER IT MAY CONCERNThis is to certify that Mr. /Ms. …………………………………..of PGDM hassuccessfully completed Mentorship Program for a period of …………………… weekswith ………………………………………. (Name of organization) from………………………. To…………………. (Exact Date has to mentioned)As per our assessment he/she is hard working and his/her performance has been excellentduring the training program.We wish him all the success for his future.Signature(Name of Concerned Person)Designation
  3. 3. Project Report (FEEDBACK ON program) (To be filled up by the External mentor / Departmental Head)Name of the Student :Roll No. :Project Title :PLEASE TICK THE APPROPRIATE BOX S.No Parameter Excellent Very Good Average Poor (80% Good (60-69% (50-59% (Below and (70-79 ) ) 50%) above %)1 Extent of conceptual reading and Clarity2 Comprehension of the project3 Seriousness, sincerity & thoroughness in planning before the study started.4 Sense of responsibility and Commitment5 Time and quality orientation6 Initiative, drive and enthusiasm7 Communication effectiveness and keeping the superiors informed about the progress8 Prevention of mistakes and seeking guidance from the experienced persons9 Acceptance of mistakes10 Depth of study in relation to the scope Envisaged11 Quality of analysis and diagnosis, Depth & breadth12 Practicality or recommendation Vis-àvis purpose of the study13 Behavior and conduct14 Discipline, punctuality and regularity15 Quality of reporting and presentation02. Is the report useful to company : Yes ________ No ___________03. Would you implement it : Yes ________ No ___________04. If yes, to what extent and in what respect can you implement it?________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  4. 4. 05. If no, can you please specify the reasons for it?__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06. Any weaknesses observed, which he/ she needs to correct and the institute should payattention.__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________07. Any aspect on which he/ she should pay more attention to be more professional and effective.__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Date : ______________________________________________________________________Name : ______________________________________________________________________Designation : ___________________________________________________________________Company : _____________________________________________________________________Tel No. : ______________________________________________________________________Fax No. : ______________________________________________________________________Email : ______________________________________________________________________(Signature of the Project Guide / Departmental Head with Date)Company seal
  5. 5. TOPIC of Mentorship Program SYNOPSIS Submitted in partial fulfillment of requirement of PGDM PGDM-II A/B BATCH -2010-12Submitted To: Submitted By:Name of internal & External Guide NameDesignation
  6. 6. Second page will the contents page of the synopsisThird page – Chapter I- introduce the topic of your training.Eg if you are doing project on training effectiveness of some company in the 3rd pageexplain in one page the term training.Fourth page- Chapter II- brief profile of the company where the student isundergoing training in one page or 250 words. It can include History,Products/Services, Organization structure, Future plans, Competitions etc.Fifth page – Chapter III- Research Methodology which will include a) Sample b) Sampling method c) Objectives of your research (these are very imp. As the project depends on them. NOTE :- Questionnaire will be based on the objectives) d) Research Method Primary data collection technique Secondary data collection technique e) Analysis technique It includes the statistical analysis which will be used to analyse the result. SPSS is preferred. f) Chapterization:- it means only the names of the chapters which will be there in your final research project. Tentative chapters for final research project:- i) Introduction to topic ii) Company profile iii) Research Methodology iv) Analysis of result and findings v) Recommendations and suggestionsGENERAL INSTRUCTIONS i) Project should be properly typed in Arial font 12 with no spellings mistakes ii) Page numbering to be done in bottom middle iii) Font colour - Black only iv) Paper - A4 v) Line spacing 1.5 vi) References to be properly numbered vii) Border- 1 inch (Top, Bottom & Right), Left – 105 Inch. viii) Synopsis should not be more than 5 pages. ix) Synopsis is to be approved by internal & external mentor x) Progress regarding training be communicated to internal guide regularly through mails or calls every week. xi) Maximum no. of pages 100 for Final Project xii) One copy of synopsis to be submitted to internal guide and one copy to external guide.
  7. 7. PROJECT REPORT PROFORMA FOR PGDM STUDENTSAim and Objectives of the Project WorkThe project is an activity assigned to each student to identify a problem at the firmlevel/industry level and undertake a research study, through a systematic researchmethodology. The students have to analyze the data using appropriate techniques anddraw-up conclusion and recommendations.Guidelines for the Project Training Report Submission:1. The guidelines for the Project Report structuring are mentioned hereunder and all students are advised to follow the same: 1. Title Page 2. Student’s Undertaking I have been undertaking that this is my original work and have never been submitted elsewhere Project Guides: (By Student Name) • Faculty 3. Contents  Headings and subheading with page numbers CONTENTS Description Page No.Acknowledgement (i) (i)ContentsList of tablesList of figuresList of symbols, Abbreviations or Nomenclature (optional)Executive SummaryCertificate from Organization1. Introduction to topic 12. Company Profile3. Research Methodology4. Analysis & Interpretation5. Findings & Inferences6. Recommendations and ConclusionAppendicesBibliographyThe main headings are numbered serially. The subheadings are indented two spaces to the rightunder the concerned main headings. Page number starts from the introduction chapter.
  8. 8.  List of tables & figuresSeparate pages for tables and figures should follow the table of contents. Sometimes both tablesand figures are given together in the same page itself.Figures refer to maps, drawings, graphs, charts, diagrams and photographs. The full titles of thetables and figures, worded exactly as they appear in the text, are presented withcorresponding/consecutive numbers and page location. LIST OF TABLES Table title Page No. 4. Acknowledgement AcknowledgementNormally it should not exceed one page and should be written in third person. When written infirst person the researcher should sign it. Generally it includesi. A word of thanks to guide and other facultyii. Gratitude to people in the organization, etc [Name of the Student] 5. Executive SummaryIt includes organization profile, justification with emphasis on the objectives, methodology, keyfindings and recommendations of the study. 6. Certificate from the Organization 7. Chapter _I Introduction to the topic 8. Chapter II Company Profile  History, Organization Structure, List of key Management personnel  Current Sales, Product Mix, Market position, Direct competitors, Future Plans 9. Research Methodology  Sample size  Primary Data  Secondary Data  Limitation (if any) 10. Chapter-III Analysis and Findings (using SPSS or any statistics tool) 11. Findings and Inferences 12. Recommendations and conclusions 13. Appendices
  9. 9.  Questionnaires  List of tables  Glossary  Bibliography  References The Reference MatterAppendixAn appendix is used for additional or supplementary materials, which has not found place in themain text. The materials that can be included here are original interview schedules/questionnaire,copies of covering letters used, documents and long explanatory notes to the text, statistical testsused and tables referred and any other material of considerable reference value.BibliographyThe books, journals, reports and other sources of secondary data according to alphabetical orderof last name (surname) of the author are to be listed in the format given below:BookDessler, Gary and Varkkey, Biju. “Human Resource Management.” Prehtice Hall, New Delhi,2009.ArticlesNirmala Banerjee, Trends in Women’s Employment, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol.4(2):1989, pp. 1022.