INTERNSHIP REPORT ON UNITED BANK LIMITED

Internship Report submitted to the Faculty of Management & Administrative Sciences in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelors of Business Administration.

BY Name of Student Role Number Program & Session

UNIVERSITY OF GUJRAT
Date of Submission Name of Program Coordinator ___________________ Signature of Program Coordinator_________________

Internship Report Format
1. Title Page One original title page, prepared in the same format as the Sample Internship title is given at the end. Page submitted with the original signatures of Program coordinator. The date on the title page will depend on the semester you will receive your degree. 2. Acknowledgements If you wish, you may include a page with a brief note of dedication or acknowledgment of help received from particular persons. 3. Table of Contents The contents page should clearly and accurately index the page numbers of the various sections of the dissertation. Spelling of headings should be accurate (an aspect often missed by students). 4. A Brief Executive Summary of the Internship Executive summary must be included in your internship report. It contains (a) state the problem or problems that you worked on or page summary of the company/institution; (b) brief description your activities; (c) summarize the findings. Limit it to 350 words in length. It should be 1.5 spaced, using only one side of the paper, and should be within the internship report margin requirements and Its pages should be assigned a place in the small Roman number sequence for the preliminary pages, but the numbers should not be displayed on the executive summary pages themselves. 5. Main body of report The first page of either an introduction or a first chapter should be numbered “1” in Arabic numerals. Main body of report should be divided into two parts. 1. Part-I: Introduction, overview of organization and organization structure.

2. Part-II: internees job Part-I 5.1 Introduction The purpose of the Introduction is to introduce the reader to the problem/work. The Introduction is a concise statement of the internship organization and an outline of the scope, aim, and Objectives of studying the organization 5.2 Overview of the organization 5.2.1 Brief history 5.2.2 Nature of the organization 5.2.3 Business volume, reward honors & success stories etc. during last 5 years 5.2.4 Product/service lines 5.2.5 PESTL analysis 5.2.6 Contribution of organization toward economic development 5.3 Organizational structure 5.3.1 Organizational Hierarchy chart 5.3.2 Number of employees

5.3.3 Main offices 5.3.4 Introduction of all departments 5.3.5 Comments on the organizational structure Part-II 5.4 Internee work This is the main assessment area of your report. You should present the activities performed during the internship period.

5.4.1

Brief

Introduction

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introduction of the branch where you did your internship & Starting and ending dates of your internship. 5.4.2 Details of Supervisors: Who is your supervisor include his/her name and his/her position 5.4.3 Weekly timetables: A weekly timetable where each row in the table corresponding to a day in internship period. Each row should record the date, internship activity on that date. Weekly Schedule should explain the work accomplished each day of the week during the internship period and should contain: The name of department of the organization that the week was spent & Name and signature of the controlling supervisor for each week 5.4.4 Detailed internship 5.4.5 Detail description of the tasks assigned to you OR Detail description of the project assigned to you to you during your internship. 5.4.6 Summary of learning: (most curial part of report) In this section you should answer the following questions 5.4.6.1 What skills and qualifications you think that you have description of the departments alone with

operations/activities of the department you worked in during your

gained from the internship 5.4.6.2 What kind of responsibilities you have undertaken

during the internship period? 5.4.6.3 How do you think the internship will influence your

future career plans? 5.4.6.4 How do you think the internship activities that you

carried out are correlated with your classroom knowledge?

6. Conclusions of the report In this section you are required to describe the organization according to your evaluation/assessment in the light of critical and SWOT analysis. 6.1 A summary of key conclusions derived from the internship experience. 6.2 General observations about the sector in which your internship

company/institution operates. 6.3 SOWT 7. Recommendations In this section you are required to suggest a solution for all the problems or discrepancies that are found in the organization that you have pointed out in critical and SWOT analysis. 8. References In this section provide all the references and sources that you have used for data collection for your internship Report. All references should be listed alphabetical order. Proper referencing is a crucial aspect of the dissertation and, in some cases, it can make the difference between a pass and a fail. You are therefore strongly advised to take particular care over this part. Reference style should be consistent and follow a recognized format. For instance:

Book Montgomery, D.C. and Peck, E. A. (1992) Introduction to Linear Regression Analysis, New York: Wiley Chapter in Edited Book Bolton, R. N. and Drew, J. H. (1994) “Linking customer satisfaction to service operations and outcomes”, in Rust R. T. and Oliver, R. L. (Eds.) Service Quality: New Directions in Theory and Practise, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 173-200

Journal Article Imrie, B. C., Cadogan, J. W. and McNaughton, R. (2002) “The service quality construct on a global stage”, Managing Service Quality, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 10-18 Electronic / Web Page ESOMAR (2004) “Codes and Guidelines”, The World Association of Opinion and Marketing Research Professionals, http://www.esomar.org/esomar/show/id=103585, accessed 23 Sept 2005 9. Appendix and supplementary material: At the end of your report, attach all of the supportive material you have used for the preparation of your report, like any brochures, forms, newsletters, interviews, questionnaires charts, graphs, pictures, computer codes, etc. Rules for writing the internship report:

Do not leave your report to the last minute. This will mean you have to rush and

will increase the chances of you making mistakes. Start the report as early as possible!

Make the dairy during your internship and record all you activities it will help you

to prepare the final reports.

You will write 13,000 words (± 5%) report. Part-I should not exceed from 4500

words & part-II must contain 6000 words in which summary of learning must contain at least 1000 words and remaining is up to you.

You have to submit soft and hard copy of your internship report on the due date

without any delay. No excuse will be accepted. Reports will be subject to check plagiarism (up to 20% is acceptable).

Font & Spacing: Your report should be printed in Arial 12pt, 1.5 line spacing and

bound.

Header/footer: Header must contain the name of internship organization while

footer must contain the name of student at most left side along with his/her role number and name of department at most right side as FMAS.

Correction: Make corrections with the greatest care. It is important that you

check your spelling and grammar. Do not just rely on the Microsoft spell and grammar checkers. You must proof read your work.

Margin: Every page of the internship report must be kept within margins set as

follows: A minimum margin of 1-1/2 inches (for binding purposes) on the left side of the page; 1 inch at the right side; 1-1/4 inches at the top and bottom of the page. Any page submitted with less than the minimum margins will be rejected.

How to number sections:

Each main section – 1, 2, 3, etc First level of sub section – 1.1, 1.2 Second level of subsection – 1.1.1, 1.1.2 • You can include graphs, pictures, data, drawings, or design calculations in your report; however they should not cover more than 1/3 of the page. Larger graphs, pictures, data, drawings, or design calculations should be given as an Appendix.