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Summer Internship Handbook 2012-14

Building Professionals with Character�

48-B,Knowledge Park-II,Greater Noida-201306 Prepared by Soumitra Chakraborty Dean,SRIMT

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Table of Contents S/No.

Topic

Page No.

1 2 3

Schedule Summer Internship Objectives of Summer Internship

3 4 5

3.1 3.2 3.3 4

Orientation in the Company On Job Training Summer Training Report Conduct and Behaviour

5 6 6 7

5 5.1 5.2 5.3 6 7

Roles and Responsibilities Internship Coordinator Faculty Guide Student Intern Summer Internship Evaluation Important Tips

8 8 9 10 11 12

8

Recognition : Best Summer Training Projects

13

Annexures I II III IV

Initial Report Format Initial Evaluation Format Interim Evaluation Format Company Feedback Format

15 16 17 18

V VI VII VIII

Final Report Front Page Format Final Evaluation Format Presentation Format Presentation Evaluation Format

20 23 24 25

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1. Schedule - Summer Internship 2013 Student need to submit student registration cum declaration form (Annexure IX) with their allocated faculty guide before proceeding on SIP. Commencement of Summer Internship and allocation of Faculty Guides Initial Report Submission by student (Annexure -I) and Evaluation by Faculty Guide (Annexure -II) Interim Report Submission and Evaluation by Faculty Guide (Annexure -III) Closing of Summer Internship

May 15, 2013(PGDM) / June 15,2013 (MBA) Within 12 days of Joining

Within 30 days of Joining

July 15, 2013(PGDM) /August 14,2013 (MBA) Final Report Submission along with August 1 , 2013(PGDM) Employer feedback form. (Annexure IV A, IV B and V) September 1,2013 (MBA) Final Report Evaluation by Faculty August 15 , 2013(PGDM) Guide (Annexure VI) September 15,2013 (MBA) Project Presentations and Viva To be finalised and Communicated (Annexure VII, VIII) later. Students are required to come prepared with their PPT on project along with hard copy of their report.

Note: For all report submissions students have to prepare two hard copies. One copy to be submitted with Faculty Guide. Student have to bring their own copy during evaluation, presentation , Viva etc. If SIP company wants copy of report from the Student intern, then in that event students have to prepare three hard copies of the report.

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2. Summer Internship An internship is a large part of a student’s formula for job search success. Students who have good internship experience can be hired faster and earn more than students who do not. More and more employers are seeking students who have relevant experience and are familiar with the work environment. After a student completes an internship, there is greater potential for the employer to hire him or her for a full-time position, the advantage here is that these students are already familiar with the organization’s culture and work style . What is an Internship? A temporary, hands-on work experience in an organization or company for which students can earn academic credit . The opportunity to add practical, relevant experience to your field of study . Why an Internship? “Test drive” the path you are choosing and confirm your interest – An internship is a good way to check out your interest in a possible career field. Not only will you have the opportunity to build your knowledge base and test your skills by doing your job, but you will have the opportunity to be exposed to the work of others within the organization and find out about additional job possibilities. Grow personally- The value of an internship often extends beyond career exploration; a good experience can have a significant impact on your personal growth by developing your intellectual, interpersonal, and leadership qualities. Get experience and skills and enhance your resume with career-related experience Employers’ number one criteria when interviewing potential candidates for employment is related work experience. Develop future employment opportunities- The high demand for skilled employees have convinced employers of the prudence of sponsoring internship programs to identify, test, groom and recruit candidates. Gain valuable contacts and references- Networking is an essential part of the job search process and who better to ask for a reference or contact than someone who knows your work style and habits. Getting to know people working in the career field you’re interested in is easier when you’re working side-by-side with them.

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3. Objectives of Summer Internship The objectives of the Summer Internship Program are • To provide an opportunity for the Student Interns to apply the concepts learnt in real-life situations. • To make them aware of the corporate culture by assigning time-bound projects in a company. • To create awareness among Student Interns about their strengths and weaknesses in the work environment. • To provide Student Interns a platform to take up on-the-job Training and develop a network which will be useful in enhancing their career prospects. Summer Internship can be broadly classified into three phases(i) Orientation in the Company, (ii) On Job Training and (iii) Project/research work leading to Summer Training Report.

3.1 Orientation in the Company During the first two weeks of Summer Internship, the student intern shall undergo an extensive Orientation program in the Summer Internship Company. During this period, the student intern shall understand the company, its customers and the competitors. He/She shall thoroughly study the financial statements of the company for the past couple of years, understand the policies of the company, study the macroenvironment in which the industry is operating and prepares a SWOT analysis. The student intern may also get oriented to various departments of the company and get to know the key functionaries. The student interns shall meet these functionaries with prior appointment and understand the various perspectives from them in managing their departments. This provides a unique opportunity for the interns to gain insights into managing the departments directly from the head of those departments. The student interns shall also get to know their company guide and other executives/supervisors who shall be closely guiding them during the period of Summer Internship. The Student Intern shall also understand the organizational structure and the top management team including the Chairman, Managing Director, Chief Executive Officer, etc. By the end of the orientation program in the company, the Student Intern should be able to clearly state his/her business objectives which would include specific and measurable targets to be achieved during the On Job Training, break-up of targets on a weekly basis, synopsis for the Summer Training Report, etc.

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3.2 On-Job Training The Student Interns should keep this in their mind that the future employers will assess them on their summer internship - and whether or not their temporary employer liked them enough to invite them back permanently. So work as hard as you can. At best, you may discover a fabulous new field you'd never considered before. At a minimum, you'll get a full-time offer, which will make you more marketable to future employers. The summer should be a time to make an investment in your future. On-Job Training may stretch from the beginning to the end of Summer Internship. During this period, the Student Intern would be assigned various tasks by the organizations, which are part of the day-to-day functioning of the department within the organization. On-Job Training gives direct exposure to execution and support functions of the department. It gives a flavor of teamwork, organizational culture, team dynamics, result orientation, organizational pressures, complexities in achieving the desired results, etc. A Student Intern should take this as a learning experience and be ambitious of achieving the desired targets or accomplishing the required tasks, through professionalism and business acumen. On-Job Training provides good scope for developing necessary managerial skills and positive attitude.

3.3 Summer Training Report Each student intern shall undertake project/research work during the period of Summer Internship leading to Summer Training Report. A student would be assigned a specific project/research work involving project/research design, designing of questionnaires, application of sampling techniques, administering the survey, tabulation of data, application of statistical/managerial tools for analysis of data and drawing inferences/testing hypothesis thereof and finally culminating in the preparation of a detailed Summer Training Report. Summer Training Report can be chosen by a student intern in the field of his specialization/interest. However the student has to be sensitive to the placement opportunities and take up Summer Training Topic in that area. A good summer training report, providing value to the corporate may be the trigger for a better placement opportunity.

In case the Intern is not provided with a project/research topic, he needs to identify the same him/her self after discussion with the company as well as the Faculty Guide. The project/research work is to be done along with the targets / job alloted by the company.

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4. Conduct and Behaviour The Student Interns must bear in mind that they are the ambassadors of SRIRAM and conduct themselves in the manner befitting the SRIRAM standards. SRIRAM expects the Student Interns to maintain high professional and social standards. SRIRAM expects that the Student Interns shall at all times during Summer Internship conform to the rules and regulations of his/her place of work. It is particularly important to be regular, punctual, obedient, honest and sincere at work. Unprofessional behavior, misconduct, indiscipline, irregularity at work and unsatisfactory performance will lead to cancellation of internship of the student. DO'S AND DON'TS FOR STUDENTS DURING SUMMER INTERNSHIP Do's: Student Interns should • Get an overview of the Company/Industry in which they are placed. • This includes understanding the core business of the company, organizational chart, key personnel in the company, manufacturing units, marketing channels, financial policies, etc. • Make an analysis of the company vis-à-vis the industry and prepare SWOT analysis. • Always maintain formal dress code. • Always be polite in dealings and maintain cordial relationship with the Company Executives. • Always be positive and open to suggestions. • Maintain strict confidentiality of company information. • Consult Faculty Guide or refer textbooks to reinforce relevant concepts. • Always submit bills in time when reimbursement is to be claimed. Get conversant with company policies/rules before incurring expenditure. • Focus on assignment and complete the individual tasks allotted on schedule. Don'ts: Student Interns should not • Criticize the company policies and/or Company Executives. • Criticize or make adverse comments about SRIRAM and/or Faculty Guide. • Misuse the facilities offered by the company. • Go to meetings and presentations unprepared or ill-prepared. • Be late. • Leave the office without prior permission from the Company Guide. • Be impolite or rude to Company Executives. • Exceed the work given by the Company Guide and collect information that is confidential in nature. • Hold back any material/equipment/accessories provided by the company on a returnable basis. • Interfere in third party assignments. Page : 7 of 30


• Encourage friends visiting at workplace during office hours and cause inconvenience to others.

5. Roles and Responsibilities 5.1 Internship Coordinator Internship Coordinator has to give necessary thrust and directions to the Faculty Guides as well as the students. The Internship Coordinator shall • Enable effective Summer Internship by donning the mantle of an organizer, leader, evaluator, enabler, director, planner, developer and resource manager. • Leverage the strengths of Faculty Guides to accomplish the goals set for the Summer Internship and enhance Summer Internship outcomes. • Contact Summer Internship companies once during the Summer Internship duration. • Review the progress and performance of Student Interns and Faculty Guides from time to time and give necessary feedback to the concerned. • Counsel Student Interns, Faculty Guides on need basis. • Randomly select Student Interns and review their progress from time to time. • Interact with the Company Guides on need basis and develop the relationship with the companies. • Seek inputs from Faculty Guides to come up with innovative practices for improved effectiveness in Summer Internship. • Ensure that Faculty Guides contact companies for reviewing Student Interns once in a fortnight. 5.2 Faculty Guide Faculty Guides will be allotted to all interns on the basis of proposed field of work. The role of the Faculty Guide is to facilitate the Student Intern to undertake a meaningful On-Job Training and Summer Training Report, provide necessary operational and academic guidance and to facilitate evaluation, with the help of the Company Guide while the Summer Internship is in progress. The Faculty Guide would be involved at all stages of Summer Internship.

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The Faculty Guide shall • Familiarize Student Interns with evaluation process, parameters and schedules. • Plan for evaluation of Student Interns at the initial, interim and the final stages of evaluation. This would help overcome any shortcomings on the part of the Student Interns when the presentation is made to the target audience. • Guide/facilitate Student Interns in achieving the targets/tasks in Executive Training as assigned by the Summer Internship Company. • Tracking the performance of Executive Training has to be done on a weekly basis. • Display marks obtained by Student Interns in various components of Summer Internship on the notice board periodically. • Review the performance of the Student Intern at the company at every alternative week in consultation with the Company Guide. • Faculty Guides are advised to contact the Company Guide once in a fortnight and review the performance of each Student Intern • As far as possible, the Faculty Guide should take the initiative to hold discussions with the Company Guide along with the Student Interns. This would help the Faculty Guide to assess the student's progress in his/her respective project, the quality and the quantity of work put in by the Student Interns. These discussions would also help the Faculty Guide to judge the behavior of the Student Interns in the company, and the relationship the Student Interns maintain with the other executives/staff of the company.

5.3

SIP Committee

− All exception cases will be referred to SIP committee that will be formed as and when need arises comprising of : a)Director b)Dean b) Internship Coordinator (IC) and c) Faculty guide of student involved − Matters that are not in conformance to SIP manual will generally be referred to SIP committee.

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5.3 Student Intern The Student Interns are assigned to a Faculty Guide at the beginning of the Summer Internship. They must discuss with the Faculty Guide the various components of OnJob Training and Summer Training Report and seek clarifications on any matter related to them. The Student Interns shall• Strictly follow the Summer Internship guidelines. • Prepare Industry/Company profile as soon as possible after commencement of the Summer Internship and submit it to the Faculty Guide. • Have continuous interaction with the Faculty Guide, Placement Manager and the Company Guide. • Report constraints if any, to the Faculty Guide without delay. • Submit reports at various stages strictly as per Summer Internship Calendar. • Take presentation as an opportunity to impress the host company and ensure its success. • Submit weekly progress report to the Faculty Guide. • Endeavour to secure pre-placement offer in Summer Internship Company through dedicated work and result orientation.

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6. Summer Internship Evaluation Summer Internship carries a significant weightage and therefore the evaluation of Summer Internship is critical to the Student Interns’ overall performance. The evaluation will be based on the performance of the Student Intern and Executive Training. The evaluation shall be carried out at different stages viz. Initial evaluation, interim evaluation, final evaluation and presentation/viva. A well conceived and well executed Summer Internship can pave way for the placement of a student. Thus, Student Interns, who are able to excel in their summer internship and get a confirmed Pre-placement Offer (PPO), deserve to be rewarded for their performance. The various stages of evaluation and weightage at each stage are given below: Component of Evaluation

Weightage

Remarks

Initial Evaluation by Faculty Guide

10.00%

Report Synopsis, SWOT analysis, Who's Who, Business Objectives, Organisational Structure, Departmental Structure, Targets assigned

Interim Evaluation by Faculty Guide

15.00%

Progress on the project as per synopsis, target achievement

Feedback from Company Guide

20.00%

Feedback form filled and signed by Faculty Guide/ HR deptt/ Deptt. Head

Final Evaluation by Faculty Guide

25.00%

Complete Project Report and viva.

Presentation and viva by a Panel of evaluators

30.00%

Power Point presentation along with detailed viva.

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7. Important Tips Apart from giving the Student Interns an exposure to real work situations, Summer Internship provides them a meaningful opportunity to learn the art and skills of information/data identification, collection, classification, acquisition, processing and presentation. • Projects under the Summer Internship could be of significance to the host organization-in terms of their objective of "Technical Documentation" aiming at updating or modernization of information systems. • Therefore, Student Interns should take care to properly document their work. They should consult their Faculty Guide for any problems they might encounter. • The Student Interns are advised to strictly adhere to the deadlines of submitting reports and making presentations. Non-submission of reports by the due date will lead to the student not being evaluated. • The Student Interns are advised to submit the project report to the host organization for scrutiny before submitting it to the Faculty Guide. • This gives assurance to the host organization on maintaining secrecy of certain confidential data.

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8. Recognition : Best Summer Training Project In an effort to encourage students to perform well and recognise the best performers in the class, SRIRAM gives a opportunity to the top 10 (Ten) scoring students to present their hard work and reports in front of a seperate panel of experts. The selected 10 presentations will be evaluated by a panel consisting of Faculty members and Industry Representatives. Top 3 presentations will be eligible for following Cash Rewards.

Position

Cash Reward

First

Rs. 3000/-

Second

Rs. 2000/-

Third

Rs. 1000/-

The date of the competition will be communicated in due course of time. Students will be allowed to make any modifications/ improvements in their initial presentations for the same/

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ANNEXURES

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Summer Internship 2013 Initial Report (Annexure-I) Name of the Student Enrolment Number Name of Faculty Guide Name of the Company Office Address Name of Company Guide Designation of Company Guide Contact Details of Company Guide with contact number E-mail id of Company Guide Date of Internship

Commencement of

Company Profile (attach separate sheet(s) to give the following information): Brief introduction about the company, business of the company, customers of the company and anything special about the company like national/international awards, using new technology/international collaboration etc., SWOT Analysis, Organisational Structure, Departmental Structure (750 words)

Description of On-Job Training with respect to targets/tasks (attach separate sheet) (200 words)

Summer Training Project Synopsis (attach separate sheet) (200 Words)

Date: ___________

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SUMMER INTERNSHIP 2013 Initial Evaluation Format(Annexure-II) Student Enrolment No. : _________________ Student Name

: _____________________________________________

Company

:______________________ Location:______________

Name of Faculty Guide : _______________________________________ Description

Max Marks

1

Goals and targets: Clear definition of the goals, tasks and targets. Precise narration of tasks involved and setting realistic and measurable goals for concrete results

20

2

Quality of Report: Choice of strategies and techniques, identification and narration of markets, clarity in report.

30

3

Planning efficiency & Implementation: Ability to identify critical components of the strategy implementation and schedule for meeting the targets.

20

4

Use of multiple resources for project enrichment: Extensive use of selling and other techniques for accomplishing the tasks.

20

5

Compliance to guidelines: Adherence to the instructions given by the Company.

10

S/No.

Total

Marks Awarded

100

Remarks if Any: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Date :_______________ Name of Faculty :_______________

Faculty Signature

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SUMMER INTERNSHIP 2013 Interim Evaluation Format(Annexure-III) Student Enrolment No. : _________________ Student Name

: _____________________________________________

Company

:______________________ Location:______________

Name of Faculty Guide : _______________________________________ Description

Max Marks

1

Progress of the training: Achievement of targets; progress made; explanation, interpretation and learning from experience.

20

2

Quality of Report: Description of tasks, choice of strategies and techniques, technical details; objectives achieved; illustrations.

30

3

Planning efficiency: effective revisions.

20

4

Resource deployed

5

Compliance to guidelines: Adherence to the instructions given by the Company.

S/No.

Adherence

Mobilization:

Details

Total

to

schedules;

of

resources

Marks Awarded

20 10 100

Remarks if Any: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Date :_______________ Name of Faculty :_______________

Faculty Signature

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SUMMER INTERNSHIP 2013 Company Feedback Format(Annexure-IV(A)) (To be provided on Company Letterhead) Dear Madam/Sir, On behalf of SRIRAM GROUP, we would like to thank you for giving Mr./Ms/ ____________________ an opportunity to learn under your guidance as a part of Summer Internship Program. We are sure that Mr./Ms. __________________ has lived up to your expectations. We request you to spare a few more minutes and provide us with a formal feedback regarding the candidates conduct and performance as per your interaction with him/her so as to enable us to focus on further development of the candidate based on your inputs. Thanks in Anticipation. For: Career Relation Cell , SRIRAM GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS, Greater Noida.

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Company Intern Name

Company Feedback Format(Annexure-IV(B)) (To be provided on Company Letterhead) :______________________ Location:______________ : Ms./Mr. _____________________________________

Internship Commencement Date

:_______________

Internship Completion Date

:_______________

Evaluation Parameter

Rating (out of 10 on each parameter)

Knowledge of Industry Knowledge & Content

Practical Application of Knowledge Learning on the Job Ability to grasp new Idea Interpersonal Skills

Communication Skills

Writing Skills Presentation Skills Ability to put in hard work

Attitude

Attendance/Reliability/ Dependability Team Spirit Receptibility Supervisory Skills

Miscellaneous

Target Achievement Employability Total Remarks /Suggesstions

Assessor’s Name

: __________________

Designation with Seal : __________________ Contact Number

:____________________ E-mail :____________________ Page : 19 of 30


Format for Final Report Front Page (Annexure-V) (To be Strictly adhered to for sake of uniformity)

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Format for Final Report Front Page (Annexure-V) (To be Strictly adhered to for sake of uniformity)

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Prescribed Cover page Guidelines •

The cover page must be hard bound in Navy Blue Colour with Gold Embossing.

The size of the report would depend on the project undertaken. However it must be 100 to 150 typed pages (double space) on A4 size paper.

All the students are required to use the uniform font and format (except in heading and subheadings) through out the text of the report. For example, if anybody uses “Times New Roman” of font size 12 in the text, then he/she will be using the same through out the report.

Certificates Required The Report shall have three certificates 1.

By the Head of the College

2.

By the Reporting Officer of the organization where the student has undergone training

3.

Certificate containing the non-plagiarism clause duly signed by the student

Guidelines for Summer Training •

Each student will make three copies of project report in the recommended format.

Each student is required to make three copies of project in CD and submit along with his/her project report.

All the students are required to follow the following instruction. o There should not be any deviation from requirement of reproducing the cover page of the report from the format prescribed below. o Students should prepare an outline – “framework on which long written works are constructed.” o Preparation of the rough draft. o Rewriting and Polishing the rough draft. o Bibliography

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SUMMER INTERNSHIP 2013 Final Report Evaluation (Annexure-VI) Student Enrolment No.

: _________________

Student Name

: _____________________________________________

Company

:______________________ Location:______________

Name of Faculty Guide

: _______________________________________

S/No.

Description

Max Marks

1

Project Completion: Initial project specifications; planning efficiency, meeting deadlines, variance with respect to the project report.

10

2

Quality of Report Structure: Adequate Report writing; formatting; conformity to guidelines; proper spelling, grammar, appropriate language, references

10

3

Content: Description of project, accuracy of facts, relevance, research undertaken, approach, data collection, analysis, technical details, objectives achieved, illustrations

20

4

Choices of tools and techniques.

20

5

Competence : Approach to the project; overcoming complications, management and organisation, identifying and valuing learning outcomes, developing strategies to meet contingencies.

20

6

Achievements and Recommendations: Objectivity of recommendations, logical conclusion, practical implications of findings

10

7

Reading / Referencing of literature: Details of sources, cross reference to other research, acknowledgements and citations

10

Total

Marks Awarded

100

Remarks if Any: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Date :_______________ Name of Faculty :_______________

Faculty Signature

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SUMMER INTERNSHIP 2013 Format for Presentation(Annexure-VII) Following are the brief guidelines for the final Presentation/Viva • Students will be required to prepare a power point presentation and present the same to a panel of faculty members and corporate representatives • The presentation should not exceed 15 minutes in any case. • This will be followed by an in depth viva on the same. • Slide wise details for the presentation are as under ◦ Slide 1 : Project Title, Company name, Location ◦ Slide 2 : Company Introduction and businesses, Targets v/s achievements ◦ Slide 3 : Methodology ◦ Slide 4-5 : Analysis and Findings ◦ Slide 6 : Recommendations • The prescribed format is to be strictly followed • Use a white background with dark coloured text for better visibility • Avoid use of animations whereever possible.

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SUMMER INTERNSHIP 2013 Final Presentation Evaluation Format (Annexure - VIII) Student Enrolment No.

: _________________

Student Name

: _____________________________________________

Company

:______________________ Location:______________

Name of Panel Member

: _______________________________________

S/No.

Description

Maximum Marks Marks Awarded

1

Quality of Presentation: Scope, objective & structure of presentation, use of supporting material for presentation

20

2

Content: Logical sequencing of ideas, application of manegerial tools to business

20

3

Communication Ability: Clarity of thought & expression, correct usage of language, transforming ideas into proper presentation, delivery style, eye contact, body language and confidence

20

4

Findings/Recommendations: Focuses analysis of the findings, substantiating with practical applications, stimulating further work in the area

25

5

Handling Question Answer Session: Preparedness for questions, convincing and precise responce to questions

15

Total

100 Remarks

Date

:_______________

Panel Member Signature

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SUMMER INTERNSHIP 2013 Student Registration cum Declaration form (Annexure- IX) (To be submitted to their Faculty Guide before proceeding on SIP)

Name of the Student Enrolment Number Name of Faculty Guide E-Mail id Mobile Number Land line number Permanent Address Address for during SIP Contact person emergency

communication in

case

of

SIP Company Name / Address if available:

Declaration I have fully read and understood the SIP manual and I agree to abide by its rules and regulations. I undertake to abide by SIP company office orders and rules applicable to me during my internship with SIP company. I will submit all my reports and compliances in time as per deadline to my faculty guide. I will submit weekly report on my progress to Faculty Guide and keep in touch with him/ her during entire SIP period. I understand that if I fail to submit my report in time it will result in non marking/ zero marking in that evaluation component.

Date: ___________

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Annexure X 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 PGDM/MBA programme • Certificate by the head 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)

1.Introduction 1.1 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. 1.2 Objective of the study: 1.3 Hypothesis/Hypotheses (If any)

2. Literature Review This section for the summer training report would mean writing about the ways in which the organizational realities are similar or different from theory. The management theory dealt with in the report must be written in detail. The review may be of the following: 1. The Background 2. The Promoters 3. The Company and its Product line 4. Features of the Product 5. Marketing strategies 6. Competitors Page : 27 of 30


7. Govt. Policies 8. Taxation aspects 9. Major problems 10. Achievements 11. Share Market Position 12. National and International Image 13. Future Prospects

3.Research Methodology 1. 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. 2. Sampling Design, (Simple Random Sampling, Cluster Sampling, Systematic Sampling, Stratified Sampling, Convenience Sampling, Judgmental Sampling) 3. Sources of data (Primary or/and Secondary data). 4. Data Collection tools/instruments. 5. Methods of data collection 6. Tools and techniques of analysis of Data. (Statistical analysis must be supported by relevant tables, charts, graphs etc. as required.) 7. Findings and Conclusions (Outcome/ Result). Implication of the study. 8. Suggestion/ Recommendation 9. Limitation 10. Overall Experience a. Description of work responsibilities taken (Describe the department you worked in, Job description) b. How could you have done your work better? c. How could you have gained more experience? d. What did you learn? e. How will this experience help you in the future? 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 -------“. Page : 28 of 30


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. 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: Double 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 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.

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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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