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SUMMER TRAINING
  PRESENTATION

                  1
Summer Training
The Summer Training is an integral part of the MBA
program and aims at achieving the following objectives:
 Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the first year
    to real business problems and to test out and enrich one’s
    understanding, knowledge and skills.
   Gives an insight into the working of the real organizations.
   Gaining deeper understanding in specific functional areas.
   Appreciating the linkages among different functions and
    developing a realistic managerial perspective about
    organizations in their totality.
   Helps in exploring career opportunities in their areas of
    interest.




                                                                     2
Do’s and Don’ts in the
               Organization
 Do’s-
   Punctuality (timeliness),
   Maintaining healthy and cordial relationship with
      the people in organization.
     Understanding the work culture.
     Obeying direct orders from the seniors.
     Showing a sense of belonging with the
      organization.
     Maintaining proper Line and Staff Relationship
      with the seniors and subordinates (If Any).

                                                        3
Do’s and Don’ts in the
                Organization
 Don’ts
   Do not take the training lightly and casually.
   Do not give an impression that you are doing the training
      just for the sake of it. Put your heart and soul.
     Do not involve in internal politics.
     Do not reveal you weaknesses.
     Do not lie to your seniors.
     Do not waste your time.
     Do not copy any material. Be original.
     Do not go for leave unless it is indispensable.
     Do not ask for favours.

                                                                4
 As a part of training, the students are required to submit a
Project Report and give a presentation to the organization, if
necessary. Also, they may be required to submit a project report to
the organization.

 The Report, Presentation on project report and Viva on Project
Report are the basis for evaluation of the Project Work at the
Institute level.

 The project report should show that the student is capable of
scientific analysis of a problem and can approach the solution for
the same in a systematic manner.

The project must provide sufficient indication that the student is
competent in successful application of acquired management tools
and skills to practical problems of industry.



                                                                      5
Prescribed Cover Page and
  Guidelines
 The cover page must be SPIRALLED in Navy Blue Colour
  with COLOURED Embossing of TITLES.
 The size of the report would depend on the project
  undertaken. However it must be 100 to 120 typed pages
  (1.5 space) on A4 size paper.
 All the students are required to use the uniform font and
  format.
 The project report must accompany a certificate
  authenticating the originality of the work done in the
  prescribed format, as indicated below.



                                                              6
Guidelines for Summer Training
       Each student will make three copies of project report in the
        recommended format. One copy is to be submitted to the Director
        individually on or before DECIDED DATE (TBD). The students will keep
        one copy of the project for their further reference in future and one
        copy to the organization where they have done their summer training
        (if required).
       All the students are required to follow the following instruction.
           There should not be any deviation from requirement of reproducing
            the cover page of the report from the format prescribed below.
           Preparation of the rough draft.
           Rewriting and Polishing the rough draft.
           Bibliography




                                                                                7
SUMMER TRAINING PROJECT REPORT ON
            (TITLE OF THE PROJECT AND NAME OF THE ORGANISATION
                      ( 16 font size, Times New Roman, Capital)

              FOR THE PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT
                                 FOR THE AWARD OF
                     MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
                  (16 font size, Times New Roman, Bold and Italic)

UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF:                                       UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF:
Mr. (Name of the Faculty Member) …………                        Mr. (Reporting Officer)

                                SUBMITTED BY
                         (NAME OF STUDENT)……………..
                                 MBA 2011-13




                                       Logo

                             Name of the Institute / University
                                          Address:
                       ( 22 font size, Times New Roman, capitals )



                                                                                  8
CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the project work done on (Title) is a
bonafide work carried out by Mr./Ms.--------------- under my
supervision and guidance. The project report is submitted
towards the partial fulfillment of 2 – year, full time Masters in
Business Administration.

This work has not been submitted anywhere else for any other
degree/diploma. The original work was carried during --------to
----- in (Name of the organization).


Name & Sign of Industry Guide

Date:                                  Name & Sign of Faculty
Student’s Name and Sign
Roll No.
                                                                    9
REPORT STRUCTURE
 Cover and Title page
 Company’s Certificate of Completion of Project should bear signature
    and the stamp of the officer concerned in the organization where the
    student has under gone training as well as that of the head of the
    MBA program
   Certificate by the HEAD/FACULTY MENTOR of the institute that the
    work is unique.
   Acknowledgement
   Declaration given by the student
   Preface
   Table of contents (with consecutive numbering)
   List of Tables and Illustrations
   Executive Summary.
        (Introduction of the reason for project, Research Design in short, Findings,
         conclusions in short)


                                                                                        10
I. Introduction

1.1 Background of the Topic
International – National – Local
1.2 Justification of the Topic




                                   11
II.        Industry Profile
2.1 Introduction to the Industry
2.2 Introduction of the organization
        a) Aim & Establishment of the company
           1. When was it established and by whom?
           2. Vision, mission, goals, aims and the policies developed
           3. Its position/stage in the life cycle.
           4. Types of services/products given/produced
        b) Departments of the Company
           1. Organizational chart showing the different departments
           2. One paragraph about each of the departments
               explaining their functions within the company.




                                                                        12
III Research Methodology

I. Literature Review
II. Research Design.
     a) Exploratory Research (flexible) – involving survey of the
         concerning literature, experience survey, etc.
     b) Descriptive – describing characteristics of a particular group
         or individuals.
III. Sampling Techniques
IV. Sources of Data (Primary or/and Secondary data).
V. Data Collection Methods & Instruments.
VI. Methods of Data Collection.
VII. Tools and techniques of analysis of Data. (Statistical analysis must
     be supported by relevant tables, charts, graphs etc. as required.)
VIII. Limitations



                                                                       13
VII Findings and Conclusions (Outcome/ Result). Implication of
    the study.

VIII Suggestion/ Recommendation

IX Overall Experience
    Description of work responsibilities taken         (Describe   the
       department you worked in, Job description)
    How could you have done your work better?
    How could you have gained more experience?
    What did you learn?
    How will this experience help you in the future?




                                                                         14
Bibliography

Appendix / Annexure
If the student uses any table/graph/ Figure, then it is to be numbered
and source of information from which it is collected, is to be
mentioned under each.

HOW TO WRITE BIBLIOGRAPHY
Books:
Author (S) e.g. If Author name is Stephen Robbins, then it will be
written as Robbins Stephen.
Title, Place of Publication, Publisher, Date (year) of publication,
Number of pages referred from “------- to -------“.
Magazine & Journals/ Newspaper
Author(S), Title, Volume Number, Serial Number, Date of issue,
Page number
Internet:
Name of the site, Article Name, Name of the Author, date of the site
visited.


                                                                         15
ANNEXURE/ APPENDICES
     Original data
     Long Tables
     Questionnaires & Letters
     Schedules or forms used in collecting data
     Internet Printout
     Industry Printout

Typing Instructions:
       Paper A4 Size
       Margins Left = 1.5 inch, Right = 1 inch
       Spacing within a sentence: 1.5
       Between words: 1 space
       After a colon:     2 spaces
       After a semi colon: 2 spaces
       After a comma: 1 space
       After a full stop: 2 spaces



                                                  16
TEXT
Headings

Types:
Centre Head ( All Caps, without underlining) 14 font size
Centre subhead ( Caps and lower case underlined) 14 font size
Side Head ( All Caps, without underlining) 14 font size
Paragraph head followed by a colon (Caps & Lower case underlined) 12
font size.


Quotation
It should be placed in quotation marks and double spaced, forming an
immediate part of the text, but if a quotation is of a considerable length
(more than four or five type written lines) then it should be single-spaced
and indented at least half an inch to the right of the normal text margin.


                                                                         17
Footnotes
Identification of materials used in quotations in the report and the notice
of material not necessary to the body of research text but still of
supplemental value.

Placed at the bottom of the page on which the reference or the
quotation which they identify or supplement ends.

They should be numbered consecutively usually beginning with No. 1
in each chapter

Foot notes are typed in single space though they are divided from one
another by double space.

All the students are required to follow the above stated guidelines and
are required to write the project report in their own language. Attaching
download information/materials in the content & annexure is strictly
prohibited.
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Summer training guidelines

  • 1. SUMMER TRAINING PRESENTATION 1
  • 2. Summer Training The Summer Training is an integral part of the MBA program and aims at achieving the following objectives:  Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the first year to real business problems and to test out and enrich one’s understanding, knowledge and skills.  Gives an insight into the working of the real organizations.  Gaining deeper understanding in specific functional areas.  Appreciating the linkages among different functions and developing a realistic managerial perspective about organizations in their totality.  Helps in exploring career opportunities in their areas of interest. 2
  • 3. Do’s and Don’ts in the Organization  Do’s-  Punctuality (timeliness),  Maintaining healthy and cordial relationship with the people in organization.  Understanding the work culture.  Obeying direct orders from the seniors.  Showing a sense of belonging with the organization.  Maintaining proper Line and Staff Relationship with the seniors and subordinates (If Any). 3
  • 4. Do’s and Don’ts in the Organization  Don’ts  Do not take the training lightly and casually.  Do not give an impression that you are doing the training just for the sake of it. Put your heart and soul.  Do not involve in internal politics.  Do not reveal you weaknesses.  Do not lie to your seniors.  Do not waste your time.  Do not copy any material. Be original.  Do not go for leave unless it is indispensable.  Do not ask for favours. 4
  • 5.  As a part of training, the students are required to submit a Project Report and give a presentation to the organization, if necessary. Also, they may be required to submit a project report to the organization.  The Report, Presentation on project report and Viva on Project Report are the basis for evaluation of the Project Work at the Institute level.  The project report should show that the student is capable of scientific analysis of a problem and can approach the solution for the same in a systematic manner. The project must provide sufficient indication that the student is competent in successful application of acquired management tools and skills to practical problems of industry. 5
  • 6. Prescribed Cover Page and Guidelines  The cover page must be SPIRALLED in Navy Blue Colour with COLOURED Embossing of TITLES.  The size of the report would depend on the project undertaken. However it must be 100 to 120 typed pages (1.5 space) on A4 size paper.  All the students are required to use the uniform font and format.  The project report must accompany a certificate authenticating the originality of the work done in the prescribed format, as indicated below. 6
  • 7. Guidelines for Summer Training  Each student will make three copies of project report in the recommended format. One copy is to be submitted to the Director individually on or before DECIDED DATE (TBD). The students will keep one copy of the project for their further reference in future and one copy to the organization where they have done their summer training (if required).  All the students are required to follow the following instruction.  There should not be any deviation from requirement of reproducing the cover page of the report from the format prescribed below.  Preparation of the rough draft.  Rewriting and Polishing the rough draft.  Bibliography 7
  • 8. SUMMER TRAINING PROJECT REPORT ON (TITLE OF THE PROJECT AND NAME OF THE ORGANISATION ( 16 font size, Times New Roman, Capital) FOR THE PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (16 font size, Times New Roman, Bold and Italic) UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF: UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF: Mr. (Name of the Faculty Member) ………… Mr. (Reporting Officer) SUBMITTED BY (NAME OF STUDENT)…………….. MBA 2011-13 Logo Name of the Institute / University Address: ( 22 font size, Times New Roman, capitals ) 8
  • 9. CERTIFICATE This is to certify that the project work done on (Title) is a bonafide work carried out by Mr./Ms.--------------- under my supervision and guidance. The project report is submitted towards the partial fulfillment of 2 – year, full time Masters in Business Administration. This work has not been submitted anywhere else for any other degree/diploma. The original work was carried during --------to ----- in (Name of the organization). Name & Sign of Industry Guide Date: Name & Sign of Faculty Student’s Name and Sign Roll No. 9
  • 10. REPORT STRUCTURE  Cover and Title page  Company’s Certificate of Completion of Project should bear signature and the stamp of the officer concerned in the organization where the student has under gone training as well as that of the head of the MBA program  Certificate by the HEAD/FACULTY MENTOR of the institute that the work is unique.  Acknowledgement  Declaration given by the student  Preface  Table of contents (with consecutive numbering)  List of Tables and Illustrations  Executive Summary.  (Introduction of the reason for project, Research Design in short, Findings, conclusions in short) 10
  • 11. I. Introduction 1.1 Background of the Topic International – National – Local 1.2 Justification of the Topic 11
  • 12. II. Industry Profile 2.1 Introduction to the Industry 2.2 Introduction of the organization a) Aim & Establishment of the company 1. When was it established and by whom? 2. Vision, mission, goals, aims and the policies developed 3. Its position/stage in the life cycle. 4. Types of services/products given/produced b) Departments of the Company 1. Organizational chart showing the different departments 2. One paragraph about each of the departments explaining their functions within the company. 12
  • 13. III Research Methodology I. Literature Review II. Research Design. a) Exploratory Research (flexible) – involving survey of the concerning literature, experience survey, etc. b) Descriptive – describing characteristics of a particular group or individuals. III. Sampling Techniques IV. Sources of Data (Primary or/and Secondary data). V. Data Collection Methods & Instruments. VI. Methods of Data Collection. VII. Tools and techniques of analysis of Data. (Statistical analysis must be supported by relevant tables, charts, graphs etc. as required.) VIII. Limitations 13
  • 14. VII Findings and Conclusions (Outcome/ Result). Implication of the study. VIII Suggestion/ Recommendation IX Overall Experience Description of work responsibilities taken (Describe the department you worked in, Job description) How could you have done your work better? How could you have gained more experience? What did you learn? How will this experience help you in the future? 14
  • 15. Bibliography Appendix / Annexure If the student uses any table/graph/ Figure, then it is to be numbered and source of information from which it is collected, is to be mentioned under each. HOW TO WRITE BIBLIOGRAPHY Books: Author (S) e.g. If Author name is Stephen Robbins, then it will be written as Robbins Stephen. Title, Place of Publication, Publisher, Date (year) of publication, Number of pages referred from “------- to -------“. Magazine & Journals/ Newspaper Author(S), Title, Volume Number, Serial Number, Date of issue, Page number Internet: Name of the site, Article Name, Name of the Author, date of the site visited. 15
  • 16. ANNEXURE/ APPENDICES Original data Long Tables Questionnaires & Letters Schedules or forms used in collecting data Internet Printout Industry Printout Typing Instructions: Paper A4 Size Margins Left = 1.5 inch, Right = 1 inch Spacing within a sentence: 1.5 Between words: 1 space After a colon: 2 spaces After a semi colon: 2 spaces After a comma: 1 space After a full stop: 2 spaces 16
  • 17. TEXT Headings Types: Centre Head ( All Caps, without underlining) 14 font size Centre subhead ( Caps and lower case underlined) 14 font size Side Head ( All Caps, without underlining) 14 font size Paragraph head followed by a colon (Caps & Lower case underlined) 12 font size. Quotation It should be placed in quotation marks and double spaced, forming an immediate part of the text, but if a quotation is of a considerable length (more than four or five type written lines) then it should be single-spaced and indented at least half an inch to the right of the normal text margin. 17
  • 18. Footnotes Identification of materials used in quotations in the report and the notice of material not necessary to the body of research text but still of supplemental value. Placed at the bottom of the page on which the reference or the quotation which they identify or supplement ends. They should be numbered consecutively usually beginning with No. 1 in each chapter Foot notes are typed in single space though they are divided from one another by double space. All the students are required to follow the above stated guidelines and are required to write the project report in their own language. Attaching download information/materials in the content & annexure is strictly prohibited. 18