Legal Analyst, Hrm
Hrm, Recruitment, Training And Development,
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
Group Manager - Personnel & Hr
20th December 2009 From United Kingdom
The presentation slides posted by Simhan Sir will be very useful for you to customize your research methodology as per the objectives of your study.
However, I would also like to share with you the 'Project Report Format for Management Summer Trainees' that I had prepared for the MBA Trainees who did their training under me. Its a very simplified version that'll help you in gaining understanding of what all you need to focus on during the summer project duration and in preparation of final project report.
All the best!
21st December 2009 From India, Delhi
really i am you have a lent a helping hand to mr. Ravaikiran who is in need of basic information regarding research methodology. I appreciate your fine gesture in this regard. The ppt was good and will be immensely helpful to rai as well as to others. Once again i appreciate your fine guesture and help.
M.j. Subramanyam, chennai
23rd December 2009 From India, Bangalore
Please open up the PPS file or download the file and save the same in your mydocuments and right click on the file and reopen in the new folder. You will get the slides and save the same in ppt mode.
Saravana Kumar K
28th December 2009 From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
To make your document to provide good guidelines, please add one more chapter of "LITERATURE REVIEW" in your paper after the chapter of Introduction. That is needed to make a review of existing literature/research of various authors on the topic.
Vigilance & Transformation Management Consultant
Dhingra Group of management & Educational Consultants
20th April 2010 From India, Delhi
We need to thank Neha for her contribution and Dhingra too for the suggestion. In the document that Neha has attached, she seems to have included Literature Review in the Methodology section (Chapter 2, ii). However, the general practice is to have the literature review section after the introduction and prior to the methodology section; that's justify the need for the study first and then say how it will be conducted.
Also, when listing books, etc., complete details should be given. This aspect is lacking in most of the dissertation that I have come across at CiteHr.
For a more comprehensive guide please go to http://www.um.edu.mt/__data/assets/p...Guidelines.pdf found at MBA DISSERTATION PROPOSAL SAMPLE eBook Downloads, which itself was found by a search of the net using Google.
Have a nice day.
A retired academic in UK.
20th April 2010 From United Kingdom