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Plz mention what is the subject you want to do your project on, thats the most important thing.
Also, write down the objectives of doing that particular project and then you can initiate it.
Unless the topic is not decided its very difficult for us to guide you in proper direction.
13th January 2011 From India, Delhi
Thanks Archna, i have mentioned the requirement of Report under:
MANUAL FOR INTERNSHIP TRAINING PROGRAMME
Format for writing MBA Internship Training
1. Title Page
2. Certificate of internship training
4. List of Contents
This list should contain all headings, sub headings, and list of all annexes.
5. List of tables & illustrations
All tables, graphs, and charts of the report should be listed in this list.
7 Objectives of studying the organization: What do you want to achieve by studying
this organization? Weather these objectives have been achieved or not;
7.1 Role & Participation briefly discuss your role and participation (For MBA IT
8 Overview of the organization
8.1 Brief history of the organization
8.2 Nature of the organization: What kinds of business activities are performed by the
8.3 Business volume in terms of revenue, deposits, advances, investments, etc. Quote
figures for latest / last five years and analyze the trend.
8.4 Number of employees by giving cadre (designation) wise break up, and
8.5 Product lines (Description of the various products/ services offered by the
9. Students are advised to follow the guidelines according to the opted specialization
as given below:
If you intend to qualify your degree with specialization in Human Resource
Management then, you should follow the criteria given below:
Human Resource Management
i) Organizational structure of the Human Resource Management (HRM) department
ii) Human Resource Management Process in the organization:
a) Human Resource Planning (HRP) and Forecasting
Forecasting HR requirements
Methods to forecast HR needs
b) Employee recruitment and selection
Sources of candidates:
•Employment selection process
c) Training and development
Training need assessment
d) Performance Management
Setting performance standards and expectations
Performance reports writing procedure
e) Employee compensation and benefits
Types of compensation and benefits
f) Organizational career management
Employee job changes
g) Job changes within the organization
iii) Labor Management Relations
iv) SWOT Analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) focusing on the
HRM process in the organization.
v) Recommendations (the recommendations should be specific. For example, if you
want to recommend improvements, mention what, why, where, how, and when & in built
vi) References & Sources used (as per APA format)
vii) Annexes / Appendices.
14th January 2011 From Pakistan, Lahore
Where are you studying? I presume that you are undertaking a distance learning or part-time programme.
You have not answered Archana's question. You have just posted the instructions given to you for the Internship. Is this your internship or your final project?
Please see the thread started by me on "Research Methodology" at Citehr, using the Search Forum facility.
Have a nice day.
A retired academic in the UK
14th January 2011 From United Kingdom
Dear...what do i do with all these instructions and the manual....
Its you who has to decide on a topic, please select one, mention the objectives of your study of that particular subject, do some research over the net, read some books and collect some material....and then you shall discuss it here and people will surely help you.....
I hope you understand what we are trying to say here...
14th January 2011 From India, Delhi
I want to arrange my internship report on police department, because I'm serving in Police.
Plz give me some sketch/helping material in order to complete my report.
I'm sorry to all, i think i cant convey my question to you appropriately... :(
16th January 2011 From Pakistan, Lahore
Simhan & Archna are both right.
Unless you decide the TOPIC of the project, how will they or anyone else help you? What do they help you on? It's your cat--so YOU have bell it.
Since you seem to be so confused, suggest you go step-by-step.
FIRST decide the TOPIC. Then the subsequent steps will automatically follow.
Even in the Police dept, I am sure there can be so many topics that one can decide upon--though I am not in that dept, I am aware of the internal scenario to an extent.
In doing so, suggest you keep a few things in mind when you decide the topic.
1] Which area are you comfortable with dealing in your project?
2] In which area/dept do you think you will get co-operation from the seniors concerned who would be involved in your project?
3] When you broadly lay out the topics you want to consider seriously, check out the approx timeframes each might take to complete. This way you will avoid choosing a topic that may take more time than your academic project timeframe allows you [or inversely, choosing a very small project that's finished in a very short time].
4] Make contact with the Establishment Branch & the actual Dept which would be involved in the project thru your Superior/Dept Head--I am sure you are aware such protocol issues may make or mar the whole effort.
5] And finally, last but not the least, think of how EACH of the possible topics you want to consider CAN BENEFIT THE DEPT--you will need this info when you sell the idea to the concerned people in the concerned Depts.
Whether they will actually be put to use after you submit your Project Report to them [which I think is mandatory in Govt depts] or not isn't & shouldn't be your concern--we know how many such efforts get filed & forgotten. If they use it--well & good. If they don't--well & good. That's your concern.
Hope these inputs help you to move forward.
16th January 2011 From India, Hyderabad