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III Batch: 2010-2012

Prepared by:






To exposure the students to understand the organization and take up an in depth study of an issue/problem in the area of their specialization.


The project work will have two parts Part - A -Training in the Company - Approximately 4 weeks (40 % of the marks allocated) Part - B - Study of an Issue /Problem - Approximate 6 weeks (60% of the marks allocated) allocated.

1. The project work shall be for a period of 10 weeks immediately after III Sem MBA Examinations. 2. The subject code of the project work report shall be 08MBA48 and shall be compulsory for all students opting for all specializations. 3. The University shall receive 3 copies of project reports two months before the commencement of the fourth semester examination copies will be sent to the regional office with an intimation to the Register (Evaluation).All the students are expected to make six copies of the Project report. (Three copies to the University ,one copy to the company , one copy to MBA library and one copy to the student himself or herself) 4. No two students of an institute shall work on the same problem in the same organization.

5. The student shall seek the guidance of the internal guide on a continuous basis, and the guide
shall give a certificate to the effect that the candidate has worked satisfactorily under his/her guidance. 6. On completion of the project work, student shall prepare a report with the following format. i) ii) iii) The project report shall be prepared using word processor Viz. MS Word. All the reports shall be printed in the A4 size with 1´ margin on all sides. The report shall be hard bound facing sheet (only white colour ) indicating the title of college and month & year of admission (Spiral binding not permitted) iv) A certificate by the guide, HOD and Head of the Institution indicating the bonafide performance of project by the student to be enclosed. v) An undertaking by the student to the effect that the work is independently carried out by him. vi) The certificate from the organization. Acknowledgement.

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Executive Summary

Analysis of Financial Statement 6. Products /Services Profile e. General Introduction y y y y y Statement of the problem Objectives of the study Scope of the study Methodology Limitations of the study B. C. E. j. Learning Experience PART ± B 1. Bibliography 2. findings. The project Report shall not exceed 75 pages (Part A 30 Pages + Part B 45 Pages) 3. [Students are hereby informed to meet their respective internal guides for finalizing research topic] 3 . Infrastructural Facilities i. photographs etc. INDUSTRY PROFILE 2. graphs. Vision. Competitors Information h. Conclusions and Recommendations. COMPANY PROFILE a. Mission and Quality policy d. Future Growth and Prospects for the company 3. The Project work shall be on a topic in the area of specialization specified in the syllabus and opted by the candidate. Mckensy¶s 7s frame work with special reference to organization under study 4. observations and suggestions which may be divided into chapters. Ownership Pattern g. such as figures. A. Annexure relevant to the project. Analysis / Design. Nature of the business carried c. SWOT analysis 5. Area of Operation. Achievement / Award of any Work flow model (End to End) k.PART ± A 1. Background and inception of the company b.Global / National /Regional f. Interpretation of results. D.

5 1. Study of Finance Dept: (Source and application of finance .7 PARTICULARS Page Nos Introduction General Introduction Industrial Background of the Study Origin of the Industry Growth of the Industry Present Status of the Industry Leading Players Future Prospectus of the Industry 2. 4 .2. 6.0 1.6 2.6 1. cost control and pricing techniques etc) 2. 5. finance dept.6. of the Co.3 2. The college should identify one Internal Guide from the college who will be attached to the student. The student will request the organization to identify a guide from the organization. The college will send a letter to the organization saying that the student will report by a fixed date finalized by the VTU as the starting date for the project report. structure.4 2. product and service profile.6. 3.0 STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED BY THE COLLEGE AND THE STUDENTS 1. sales.0 2. The student will then send a weekly progress report every week for the ten weeks. No PARTExecutive Summery A 1. profit .3 1.1 Profile of the Organisation( With reference to Mckinsey¶s 7S model) Origin of the Organisation Growth and Development of the Organisation Present Status of the Organisation Organisation Structure [ total organization and functional departments] Application of 7s Model Study of Functional Dept. 4.1 2.0 DETAILED CONTENTS OF THE STUDY: SL. sales promotions.2 Study of Marketing Dept: (Basic marketing functions.2 1. After the project is completed the student will prepare a report as per the guidelines. accounting system.4 1. marketing dept. 2.5 2. channel of Distribution. advertising. expenditure trend. The student will report at the organization on the specified date and send a joining report to the college duty endorsed by the organization where he is going to work.1 1. structure etc.2 2. 3.

structure etc.0 3.5 location.5 3.3 3.4 5. materials Study any other Dept: (Depends on functional departments of the organization) 2.2. Industrial relation.4 Study of production Dept: (Production Planning & Control.. Structure etc.7 Summary of Latest Annual Report to include i) Extract of P/L A/C ii) Extract of B/S iii) Brief analysis of the above with the help of Ratio Analysis(based on Management Discussion & Analysis) No schedules required to be appended Product profile of the company 2. Plant Management.3 Study of HR Dept: (Personnel selection and Dept.6.2 4. 2.2 3.4 3. Personnel Dept. 2.8 PART. Productivity and labour welfare.6.1 3. Production Dept.0 Analysis & Interpretation of Data Summary of Findings & Conclusions & Suggestions Bibliography : (Shall contain the following in detail) (1) News papers (2) Journals & Magazines 5 ..6 4.6. Employee remuneration.Specific Problem taken up for Study Pertaining to any one B Functional Area 3.0 6.1 Statement of the Problem Research Design / Methodology of the study Need for the study Objectives of the study Scope of the Study Operational Definitions & Concepts Limitations of the Study Methodology of Data Collection Sources of Data * Primary data * Secondary data Sampling Plan Field Work Tools & Techniques of Data Collections 4.3 4.0 4.

There are those who signal the deterioration of sound cultural values as the central reason behind the slippage of America as a worldwide industrial power. the question of cultural differences emerged as a casual factor to explain Japanese superiority. When contrasted with their Japanese counterparts. This is a message of gloom. Jr.Reprinted by permission of Harper & Row . there is a basic erosion of standards of excellence that seems to undermine the basic fabric of American society.(p.(3) Text and Reference books (4) Report and Govt. demanding too much from society without imposing any equivalent internal demands on themselves.Peters and Robert H Waterman. They suggest that Americans have gotten too fat. Somehow.10) from In search of Excellence: Lessons from America¶s Best Run Companies by Thomas J.0 DETAILS OF McKinsey¶s 7S MODEL: Source: McKinsey 7-S Framework.. and that they seem to have lost a sense of pride and self-satisfaction derived from a job well done. Publications if any (5) Websites including the dates browsed Appendix / Annexure Certificate from the Company Weekly progress report Questionnaire if any Any other documents relating to project report 4.Copyright©1982 by Thomas J .Jr. the gap seems to be enormous and still growing.Publishers . As Japan began to take a leading role in one basic industry after another. Inc. Perhaps the most important element which triggered the interest of American Managers in the issue of culture was the emergence of Japanese competition. and the popular 6 .Peters and Robert H Waterman.

1 Format of Front Cover Page and First Page of the Report 7 . DECLARATIONS ETC.0 FORMATS OF COVER PAGE. some organizations that hire only the best and the brightest cannot get seemingly simple things done. has been the book In search of excellence by Peters and Waterman (1982). There are the ³Levers´ which executives use to influence complex and large organizations. these values must be shared by most people in an organization. Systems: The processes and flows that show an organization gets things done from day to day (Information systems . Skills: A derivative of the rest. 4. 3. Obviously. 2. however. According to that model there are seven basic dimensions which represent the core of managerial activities. while others perform extraordinary feats with ordinary people.) 7.( The concept of corporate skills as something different from the summation of the people seems difficult for many to grasp.Capital budgeting systems . and Performance Measurement systems all could be good examples).If it is not what Management says is important. We will not attempt to summarize¶ Peters and Waterman¶s findings. improving position vis-à-vis customers and allocating resources. Staff: The people in an organization. 6. Strategy: A coherent set of actions aimed at gaining a sustainable advantage over competition. there was a concerted effort on the part of the originators of the model to coin the managerial variables with words beginning with the letter S so as to increase the communication power of the model. but might well include. What is more meaningful in this discussion is to reflect upon the framework they use to evaluate the best managed companies. when contrasting American and Japanese management styles have been repeatedly conveying that message in recent years. here it is very useful to think not about individual personalities . Skills are those capabilities that are possessed by an organization as a whole as opposed to the people in it. Manufacturing processes . Shared Values: The values that go beyond. [Important Note: All the certificates & formats shall be added/appended in/to the project report in the same order as given below] 5. it is the way management behaves. as well as the academic writers. but about corporate demographics. Paradoxically it is interesting to observe that the best compliment that can be made to an American firm is that it resembles a Japanese company. Structure: The organization chart and accompanying baggage that show who reports to whom and how tasks are both divided and integrated. To fit the concept. The Seven Ss are: 1. simple goal statements in determining corporate destiny. 5.Quality control systems. Style: Tangible evidence of what Management considers important by the way it collectively spends time and attention and uses symbolic behavior .presses. which has become known as the McKinsey¶s Seven Model . which might be the cause of its enormous popularity. 5. Where they emphasize the lessons to be derived from America¶s best run companies. The most notable exception.

Under the Guidance of Internal Guide Guide «««««««.«««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««« Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the Degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION To Visvesvaraya Technological University. Sagar Road.«««««« P. Shivamogga .577 204 April. Belgaum Submitted By Name of the Student University Seat No.««««««.A Project Report on «. Department of Management Studies PES INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT NH ± 206. External ... ««««««« . 2010 (Note: Name of the Candidate and names of the guides should be of same font size) 8 .G.

.. Place: Date: Signature«««««.. I further declare that this report is based on the original project study undertaken by me and has not formed a basis for the award of any Degree/Diploma of V.. BELGAUM In partial fulfillment of the University regulations for the award of the degree of MBA.. PES Institute of Technology and Management . USN / Reg..Faculty Member..5.T. by me hereby under declare the that the Project and Report entitled been of ³««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««.to «««««««under the guidance of ««««««««« Place: Date: [ Signature] Name & Designation OFFICE SEAL 9 . the undersigned. Name ««««««««.. P..U or any other University.. has undergone the µProject Work¶ in ««««« (Specialization)««««.....2 Format of Declaration by the Student DECLARATION I..´has prepared supervision guidance ««««««««««««««.for a period of ten weeks from «««.. No «««««««« 5.Shivamogga and now being submitted to VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UN IVERSIT Y..3 Format of Company Certificate COMPANY LETTER HEAD To Whomsoever It May Concern This is to certify that Mr / Mrs«««««««««««.G Department of Management Studies.

.. of Management Studies Certificate This is to certify that the Project Report entitled ³««««««««««««««.III Semester MBA. P G Department of Management Studies. EXTERNAL EXAMINERS [1] [2] Signature: ««««««««««. Shivamogga submitted in partial fulfillment of requirement for the award of the degree of Master of Business Administration of Visvesvaraya Technological University. PESITM. Signature: «««««««« Name : «««««««««« .Vishwanth. / Ms««««««««««««««««««««.4 Format of certificate issued by P G Dept. Belgaum under our Supervision and Guidance.R. Name : «««««««« Institution: ««««««««««« Institution:««««««««.5.´ is an individual work of Mr... P G Dept of Management Studies Dr. We further certify that the work is original and has not been submitted to any other University wholly or in part for any other degree or diploma or any other programme.Nagaraja Prof &HOD.Baligar Principal ± PES ITM ««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««.P. 10 . «««««««««« Faculty Member & Internal Guide Dr.

7 LIST OF GRAPHS Graph No. 5. Particulars Page No. 11 . Particulars Page No.6 LIST OF TABLES Table No.5 CONTENTS / GUIDE LINES (Refer to Point No 3.5.0 above) 5.4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (SUMMARY OF THE WHOLE PROJECT REPORT HAS TO BE IN NOT MORE THAN TWO PAGES) 5.3 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (Maximum of 1 Page) «««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««« «««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««« «««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««« 5.

A Study on Retailers / Wholesalers/AWD etc 12. A Study on Marketing Strategy of Housing Finance Companies. 18. A Study on Sales Promotion 12 . A Study on Consumer Behaviour and Consumption Pattern 14. 13. A Study on Survey to assess the effectiveness of Advertisements. A Study on Brand equity 26. A Study on Seeds & fertilizers. A Study on Network marketing 40. A Study on CRM 36. A Study on Global marketing 41. A Study on Marketing Plan 8. A Study on Marketing Problems of SSIs 30. 15.6 SAMPLE TOPICS FOR SPECIFIC PROBLEM TAKEN UP FOR STUDY IN THE AREA OF SPECIALIZATION SPECIFIED IN THE SYLLABUS AND OPTED BY THE CANDIDATE [The study should be survey /mathematical /concept based with detailed analysis and not a mere study report of a prevailing system of the organization] I. A Study on Rural Marketing 35. A Study on Vendor Performance 21. A Study on Consumer Behaviour and Life Style Analysis . A Study on Product life cycle 23. A Study on Service Market ± Mix 4. 33. A Study on Problems Encountered in Launching a New PC in the Indian Market. A Study on Market Feasibility Analysis 7. A Study on Tele marketing 38. A Study on Test Marketing 5. A Study on Sales Force Management 9. A Study on Media plan 24. A Study on Market Opportunity Analysis 6. A Study on Industrial goods marketing 42. A Study on Marketing of Agro products 27. A Study on Service Delivery System 3. A Study on IT Parks / Online or Internet marketing 28. A Study on Export Pricing 20. A Study on Tele banking 32. A Study on Centralized Purchase System 22. A Study on Impact of Marketing Strategies on Detergent Consumption in a society. A Study on Tourism industry 25. A Study on Marketing Strategies for Mobile Phone Service Providers 19. 17. A Study on Regional Grouping/ trade block 34. 29. A Study on Passenger Transportation. A Study on Marketing executives opinions 39. A Study on Marketing Strategies 2. A Study on Promotional Strategies 44.A case Study of Casual Shirt Market. 31. Topics for Marketing Management specialization Project Report 1. A Study on Management of services 37. A Study on Marketing mix 43. 16. A Study on Rural Marketing 10. A Comparative study of different companies. A Study on Industrial Marketing 11.

Logistics and Supply Chain. A Study on Product Modification 51. A Study on Consumers. Targeting and Positioning. 71. Opinions 58. A Study on Strategic Brand Management 77. A Study on competitive strategies for market Leaders/Challengers/Followers 84. 93. 78. A Study on Integrated Marketing Communications 63. A Study on Quality Management in Marketing Strategies. A Study on Sales Force management. A Study on Retailers study 68. A Study on Brand Equity 53. A Study on Comparative Analysis 56. A Study on Pricing methods 61. A Study on Segmenting. 83. A Study on Customer Retention Strategies 55. A Study on Designing and Managing Services. 75. 87. A Study on Marketing intermediaries 70. A Study on Holistic. A Study on Advertising Effectiveness 65. A Study on Designing. 86. A Study on Consumer Behaviour 59. A Study on Strategic Planning in Marketing. A Study on Role of Advertising 49. A Study on Marketing of Services 74. 76. A Study on Comparative Analysis 62. A Study on Types of Marketing Organizations. A Study on Developing Pricing Strategies. A Study on Celebrity Marketing 47. 80. A Study on Multi Level Marketing 60. 91. Managing Integrated Marketing Communications 92. perceptions. A Study on Marketing Information System 81. A Study on Role of Marketing Channels 89. Marketing including Socially Responsible Marketing. A Study on Sales Promotion 66. A Study on After Sales Services 46. A Study on Product Elimination 52. A Study on Supply Chain Management 67.45. A Study on Managing Brand Equity 85. A Study on Airline Demand Analysis and Demand Forecasting ± Case 13 . Wholesaling. A Study on Product Diversification 50. 79. A Study on International Marketing 90. Attitudes. A Study on Retailing. A Study on Media Analysis 64. A Study on Data Base Marketing 73. A Study on SWOT Analysis 57. A Study on Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty. A Study on Modern Marketing Channels 72. A Study on Measuring Marketing Productivity 82. A Study on Customer Perception 54. A Study on PLC 48. A Study on Developing Marketing strategies. A Study on Sales Forecasting and Demand Management. A Study on Wholesaler study 69. 88.

A Study on Determination of Cost of Production ± Procedures & Practices 9. A Study on Management Control of Projects in Construction Industry. A Study on Credit cards In Indian Scenario. 15. 29. 25. 24. A Study on Mobilization & Deployment of Funds 11. 20. A Study on Financing through IFCI and ICICI ± A Comparative Study. A Study on Internal Audit & Control Mechanism 10. 30. A Study on Monitoring of Industrial Sickness ± A Case Study. A Study on Trade Credit Management: Case study of four companies. studies can also be undertaken on any other allied areas of marketing. A Study on ABC analysis 39. A Study on Functional Analysis and Comparative Study of IDBI with other DFIs. A Study on Canara bank Finance to women Entrepreneurs. 31. A Study on Approaches to Solve Inventory Problems in an Engineering Industry. A Study on Mutual Fund Performance Evaluation. A Study on Profitability Design of a Bank Branch through Break Even Analysis. 21. A Study on Dividend Policies and Practices ± A Case Study of selected Companies in textile Industry. 36. A Study of Dividend Practices In selected companies / of A Business group.A case study of an organization/Comparison. A Study on Branch Profitability of Bank 14. 12. You are hereby informed to finalize the topic and study area discussing with your internal and external guide] II Topics for Financial Management Specialization Project Report 1. A Study on Voluntary Disclosures Practices in India (With Spl. A Study on Banking Operations of Financial Transactions 5. A Study on Working Capital Management. 22. A Study on Capital shutdown planning with PERT/CPM for an Industry. A Study on Inventory Management Practices 4. A Study on Management control system. A Study on Management audit 14 .[Study areas shown above are only illustrative. 32. A Study on Sick SSI units causes and revival : Banker¶s View 34. A Study on Funds flow and Cash flow exercises 6. 33. 26. Reference to any industry) 23. A Study on credits and advances of Housing Banks 16. A Study on Role of SIDBI in the Development of SSI Sector in India. A Study on Budgetary Control in operation 7. 27. A Study on Collection Mechanism 2. 19. IA Study on investors Perception(In any area) 13. A Study on Taxation ± Corporate & Excise 8. A Study on Critical Evaluation of Insurance Schemes 17. A Study on (EOQ) Economic Order Quantity 38. A Study on Budgeting System in a Cooperative Organization. A Study on Effectiveness of Financial and Non-financial Incentives as Motivators for Sales Personnel. 28. A Study on Credit Policies Adopted 3. A Study on (JIT) Just in time 37. A Study on Awareness of Derivative Trading practices 18. 35.

A Study on Failure or causes for mutual funds. A Study on Internet banking 78. A Study on Futures & options 85. A Study on Credit cards 61. A Study on Creation of corporate entity 88. A Study on Role of financial institution in industrial development 63. A Study on Merger 46. A Study on Marginal cost as Management tool 47. A Study on Comparative study of mutual funds agencies. A Study on corporate restructuring 76. A Study on SEZ 57. A Study on Company analysis with Ratio Analysis / Fund Flow Statement 41. 67. A Study on Trend analysis in FDI( sector/state wise) 84. A Study on Warehousing 59. A Study on FII¶s in India 80. A Study on Study of stock exchange 42.40. A Study on FDI 56. A study on NBFC¶s 64. 82. 58. ports etc 51. 81. A Study on Working Capital Management 53. A Study on corporate finance 75. A Study on FEMA 83. A Comparative study of industries either a study on financial angle . A Study on working of stock exchange. A Study on Role of EXIM bank 49. road. A Study on Dishonor of cheques and liability of directors 15 . A Study on Importance of budget 55. A Study on Commercial paper 68. A Study on GDR¶s/ ADR¶s 65. 44. A Study on Tax and non tax revenues 73. A Study on Role of SEBI 43. A Study A Comparative study of 2 financial institutions 71. A Study on Need and importance of financial analysis 72. A Study on Mutual fund 50. A Study on Deficit financing 74. A Study on Forex 69. A Study on Cash Management/ Fund Management 54. A Study on Financial swaps 86. A Study on Privatization of insurance. A Study on Debt markets 66. A Study on Foreign exchange rates 87. A Study on Waste management 52. A Study on Takeover 45. A Study on Private sector banks 70. A Study on Health economics 62. A Study on Universal bank 60. A Study on Securitization Act with respect to any financial institution. A Study on Telebanking 77. A Study on Role of small scale industries in developing nation 48. A Study on Capital markets 79.

A Study on TQM . A Study on factors Affecting organizational Structure in a Fast growing Company 29. A Study on career planning system in an organization 8. A Study on HRD Strategies and Industrial relations: A case Study/Comparative Study. 19. A Study on Industrial Relations policy and mechanism 6. studies can also be undertaken on any other allied areas of Finance. 22. 16. A Study Strategic planning for a project consultancy organization. A Study on SWOT analysis of HRM in Indian/Global industry /Sectors. 23. A Study on Manpower planning process 2. A Study on an Incentive scheme adopted by an organization 11. A Study on suggestion scheme adopted by an organization 13. A Study on Strategic HRM Strategies : Sectoral Experiences 31. A Study on loans and advances /credits of an organization. A Study on Unit Training ± As a H. A Study on Compensation scheme in an organization 10. A Study on Performance Review and Viability Study of a Public Enterprise. A Study on performance Appraisal mechanism in the organization 5. A Study on Turnaround Mgt: Sectoral Experiences 27. A Study on HRD as a tool for effectiveness: Case Study 16 .R.. A Study on Significance prospectus for issue of capital A Study on Effect of indirect taxes on industries A Study on Value added tax A Study on Finance scams in India A Study on Role of Banks in Turnaround Strategy & Effective Management of Rehabilitated UnitsCase study of Automobile Units. A Study on Performance of public enterprises : A case study 18. 30. 95. A Study on Organizational communication system 3. [Study areas shown above are only illustrative. A Study on Employee stock option scheme in an organization 9.89. A Study on Reward System ± A tool for promoting Desired Organizational Performance a Critical Analysis: A case study. A Study on quality system practiced in the organization 7. A Study Management on change in an Institution. A Study on Personnel Policies in Agricultural Research Services: Issues and practices 20. A Study on TQM initiatives adopted by an organization 14. A Study on Performance Evaluation and Practices in a professionally Managed enterprise and a Family run enterprise ± A comparative Study. 25. A Study on Job Satisfaction and Mental health of Bank Officers In India. 21. 17. A Study on Problem and Perspective of Students of Management Programme. A Study on Grievance redressal mechanism adopted in an organization 12. 92. You are hereby informed to finalize the topic and study area discussing with your internal and external guide] III Topics for Human Resource Management specialization Project Report: 1. A Study on Management of Energy Resources in India 24. 28. 90. 93. 91. 32.D Tool with Ref. A Study on welfare measures provided to employees 4. to the Indian Iron & Steel Co Ltd. A Study on Cash Flow or Fund Flow statements / Comparative. A Study on HRIS adopted by an organization 15.An integrated Approach to become world class with special reference to any organization Ltd. 94. 26.

A Study on Planning and Identifying HRD intervention for solving organizational problems: Case Study/Comparative study. A Study on Quality circles 37. A Study on Rights & Duties of directors 64. A Study on Compensation Management(Payroll & salary components) 72. A Study on TQM 38. A Study on Social forestry 45. A Study on Recruitment Process In an Indian organization. A Study on Labour welfare scheme 41. Labor Relations and Grievance Handling ( for manufacturing units and plants) 73. A Study on ISO 9000 39. A Study on Group dynamics 56. A Study on Planning and implementing behavioral Intervention for revival of a sick industry: Case study. 34. A Study on Job enrichment 80. 51. A Study on Talent identification and management 77. A Study on Performance 360° Performance appraisal. A Study on Time Management 49. A Study on VRS 59. A Study on Skills Management 76. A Study on Labour Laws. A Study on Recruitment and Selection 69. 35. A Study on Management Development 79. A Study on Organizational Development 68. A Study on Retrenchment 60. A Study on Meeting & Minutes in a company 65. A Study on Human relations 58. A Study on Role of HR in TQM 75. A Study on Layoffs 61. A Study on Interpersonal relations 50. A Study on Environmental Protection Measures 66. A Study on Emotional Intelligence 48. A Study on Stress Management 67. A Study on Counseling 52. A Study on Leadership Development 78. A Study on Vedic Management 57. A Study on Bench marking 42.33. 62. A Study on Motivation and Stress Management 17 . A Study on Performance appraisals 47. A Study on Transactional analysis 53. A Study on Body language 46. A Study on Trade union movement in India 40. A Study on Organizational development 54. A Study on Communication and custom service 44. A Study on Organizational behavior 82. A Study on Role of HRD in TQM : Case Studies 36. A Study on Competency Mapping 74. A Study on Training and Development 70. A Study on Motivation 55. A Study on Co-operative movement in Agro Product 43. A Study on Essentials of a valid contract 63. A Study on Performance Management System 71. A Study on Utility of HR in Change Management 81.

A Study on Employees Redressal 93.83. A Study on conflict Management 92. A Study on Job Turn over 94. A Study on HRM Policy of an organization. A Study on Working Environment of the organization. A Study on An Analysis of Team Building Process in an organization 86.Evaluation: Sl. A Study on Role of HR Policies in solving agency cost. 3. A Study on Organizational Climate and Leadership of an organization / Comparative study. A Study on Design of Personnel Information System for an organization /comparative study. No Particulars PART A ± Understanding the company A1 A2 A3 A4 Company Profile ± 7s model Product Profile Organizational structure (including all functional departments) Summary of latest annual report PART B ± Doing a Project B1 B2 B3 Presentation of background of work undertaken Presentation of suitability of the work chosen Presentation of discussion & conclusion drawn 10 10 10 05 05 05 05 Max Marks Total Marks: 50 18 . 7. A candidate shall secure a minimum of 50% of marks in aggregate. 50 Marks for Project report and 50 Marks for viva voce examination. 90. 87. A Study on Role and Impact of Group Dynamics in an organization 84. A Study on Trade Unions 91. A Study on Analysis of Employee Research 85. In the event of his/her failing to secure the 50% marks he/she shall have to re-do-the Project Report. EVALUATION CRITERIA 1. This examination has to be conducted in batches of 5 students.1 Marks distribution for Project work ± 08MBA48 . 89. 2. Out of 100 Marks. A panel examiners consisting of an external and internal examiner shall jointly value the project Report for 100 marks. You are hereby informed to finalize the topic and study area discussing with your internal/external guide] 7. 88. evaluation of Project Report and viva voce examination. studies can also be undertaken on any other allied areas of HR. A Study on Organizational Problems 95. in the internal assessment. [Study areas shown above are only illustrative. The Project Guide shall carry out the internal assessment of the Project Report for 50 marks.

01.01.2012 Finalization of research methodology of the study 28.2012 Finalization of data collection. Production. No A B C D E Particulars Presentation of background of work undertaken Presentation of suitability of the work chosen Presentation of discussion & conclusion drawn Overall performance including communication skills Commitment of the candidate Max Marks 10 10 10 10 10 Total Marks 50 8.2012 study.02.2011 Orientation with the company Collection of secondary data relating to the organization Collection of secondary data relating to Industrial Profile 07.0 INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRINTING OF ³PROJECT REPORT´ Format for printing Project Report is given as under. Visiting Functional Departments ( Finance.2012 Signature of Internal Guide Signature of the External Guide Weekly Progress Reports shall be sent to the respective internal / institutional guides on or before the dates as detailed above. Analysis of interpretation of primary data and compilation of research data. Collection. research design and research tools. The report should be below the indicated format only. Finalization of report & approval of draft the internal guide at the industry & at the department. HRD etc) and making a detailed organizational 14. formats etc« Discussion with the Internal Guide at the factory and formulation of Hypothesis. Classification. instruments.7.2012 25. 9. Analysis of Primary data and compilation of research data.02.12. Marketing. Finalization of Part A Finalization of topic or problem area of the study 21.2012 and Preparing the written materials.01.2012 FORMAT OF WEEKLY REPORT Weeks First Week Second Week Third Week Forth Week Fifth Week Sixth Week Seventh Week Eight Week Ninth Week Tenth Week Work Performed To be sent on or before 24. 04. 19 .2 Marks distribution for Project Report ± 10MBA48 ± Viva ± Voce Examination: Sl.2011 31.

[STRICTLY FOR INTERNAL CIRCULATION OF PESITM MBA STUDENTS ONLY] 20 . 5. 4. Page No: 8.Bold . Header: 9. all Caps Heading /Sub heading ± 12 . 6. PESITM. Margin : 3. Footer: A4 Left .1. bold 1st Letter Cap Arial / Tahoma / Times New Roman (Any one of the above fonts to be used throughout the Project report) Position ± Top Right Matter: Organization Name Position ± Bottom Left Matter ± P G Dept of Management Studies. (in single line) 7. Font Type: 5. Border / Box: Position ± Bottom Right Not to be used All the students are hereby informed to contact their respective internal guide continuously for getting their Project Work related problems solved. 8. Shivamogga.25¶¶ Top ± 1. 7. Font Size: 4. 6. Sheet Size: 2.00¶¶ Chapter No and Title ± 14 .1.

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