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MBA Construction Project Management
Construction Economics and Quantity Surveying
Semester: 4th
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Student Learning Outcomes
Acquire in-depth knowledge of the major subject / field of study

Integrate knowledge acquired during the attended lectures

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding in the main field of study

Independently search and apply theory and concepts to the problem or phenomenon under study

Identify relevant theory and concepts, relate these to appropriate methodologies and evidence, apply
appropriate techniques and draw appropriate conclusions

Appropriately apply qualitative and/or quantitative evaluation processes to original data

Understand and apply ethical standards of conduct in the collection and evaluation of data and other

Communicate research concepts and contexts clearly and effectively both in writing and orally
Learning Objectives (LO)

Learn about the

current CPM / CEQS Learn about state of
processes through art in CPM / CEQS
weekly construction through literature
site / Organization review
Demonstrate holistic learning in the field of
Construction Project Management / Construction
Economics and Quantity Surveying
To prepare detailed Ability to demonstrate
project report as per outstanding learnings in
requisites and at least one specialized
demonstrate the area of interest and to
project work acquire ample field
learnings through a exposure before
final presentation & completion of the
Viva Voce
Detailed Course Details

Course Title Capstone Project

MBA (Construction Project Management / Construction
Economics and Quantity Surveying)

Course Code MSCP 600

Semester 4
Pre-requisite N / A
L T P/S SW/FW Credit
Credit Unit 6 Units
0 0 0 0/0 6
Pedagogy for Course Delivery

Capstone would be
conducted as an NTCC

Thus, it would be
implemented as per NTCC
guidelines provided by Amity
University, Uttar Pradesh
Registration (as per NTCC Guidelines, Sec. 7.5)

Students shall register on-line on AMIZONE as

per NTCC guidelines of AUUP. Students who
have not registered for the NTCC, as per
regulations shall be treated as failed in the course

Furthermore, a student shall not be promoted to

next year especially if he/she has failed the
evaluation as per NTCC guidelines
Finalization of Work Schedule (as per NTCC
Guidelines, Sec. 7.8)

Finalize the broad scope and work schedule of Capstone with consultation with the faculty
guide. Broad area needs to be provided at the time of registration on Amizone

Student should send the scope (synopsis) along with work schedule duly to his faculty
guide. Student will also update the details on AMIZONE for approval of faculty guide

If faculty guide feels certain lacuna in the scope and work schedule, the student is required
to modify the synopsis in order to meet the course objectives and learning outcomes

The work / project Schedule (Project Plan) is to be prepared using GANTT or PERT chart
(in specified format).
Procedure for conduct and progress monitoring of NTCC (as per
NTCC Guidelines, Sec. 7.9)

Periodic progress
Students will regularly Review by a faculty
report to their faculty will be done.
guide for their weekly
progress as per the
prescribe format of Weekly
Progress Report (WPR).
Faculty guide will mark the
status of Weekly Progress
Report (WPR) received and
quality of work done on
AMIZONE. Faculty guide
will also give feedback to
Students will perform in
Capstone as per the
finalized scope and work
Assessment Plan and Continuous Assessment (as
per NTCC
Guidelines, Sec. 8)

SL. No. Continuous Final

Internal Assessment
1 40 60
Break up (components and their weightage) of
Continuous Internal Assessment
S.NO. Activity Marks (CIA Deadlines
= 40 %)
1. Timely Registration 5
2. Weekly Progress Report 5 As per LMS
3. 1st Progress Remark (Power Point Presentation) 5 by 23rd Feb 18
4. 2nd Progress Remark (Draft Report) 10 by 06th Mar 18
5. Final Report (Plagiarism Report with <15% 5 by 20th Mar 18
Plagiarism) *
0-5 % Plagiarism will be awarded 5
5-10 % Plagiarism will be awarded 3 marks
10-15% Plagiarism will be awarded 2 marks
6. Final Report Assessment (By faculty) 10 by 26th Mar 18
Marking scheme for the project report as part of Continuous
Internal Assessment
is as under

1 Introduction and Statement of the Problem 1.5

2 Review of Literature: 1.5

3 Methodology/methods/Approach 1

Data Collection, Analysis, Results findings/Outcomes and

4 3

5 Future scope and Limitations outlined 1

6 Quality of work and written expression 1

7 Student Learning Outcomes 1

Submission of Final Report (as per NTCC Guidelines, Sec. 10)

Online Registration for the

NTCC course
A student will be Approval of Topic, Synopsis and
eligible to submit Project Plan by the guide
his report and
final assessment 90 % of WPR were submitted
provided he/she
meets following 80% of the WPR were
Similarity index not more than
15 % as per Plagiarism
Prevention Policy
Following must be ensured for producing quality report……

The student will start the project report / dissertation while doing his/her NTCC course
as per the prescribed guidelines

The students will submit 1st draft of the report to the guide for comments and
feedback. The final report with necessary changes implemented as suggested by the
guide will be submitted

The final report shall be submitted on LMS. Plagiarized content cannot be more than 15%.
Referencing shall be done appropriately as per plagiarism policy of the university

Following will be submitted along with final report:

• Plagiarism Report
Final Assessment (as per NTCC Guidelines, Sec. 13)

Final Assessment would be done only of those students who have qualified on the basis of Conduct
and progress monitoring guidelines and submission of thesis as per specified guidelines.

The Final assessment will be treated as end semester examination.

Mandatory for the students to appear for final assessment as per scheduled date and time. If
fail to appear in the students final assessment as per schedule, he/she will treated as absent.
For such cases same rules will be applicable as those for theory examination.

The assessment of I category students will be done within one month of final assessment of the
Components of Final Assessment (as per NTCC
Guidelines Sec 14)
S. Parameter Weightage (Marks 60%)
1 Introduction and Statement of the Problem 5
2 Review of Literature: 10
3 Methodology/methods/Approach 10
4 Data Collection, Analysis, Results 10
findings/Outcomes and conclusions
5 Viva Voce 5
6 Quality of work and written expression 10
7 Presentation and Communications 5
8 Student Learning Outcomes 5
Report Requirements
(as per NTCC Guidelines Sec 15)
Final report shall be prepared as per specified guidelines.
Submission details are as below:
• 5,000 - 7000 words (exclusive of Preface Copyright Page, Faculty Guide Approval Page,

• Acknowledgement, Table of Contents, List of Tables, List of Figures, Certificates etc.)

• 2 copies to be submitted with a soft copy in CD and

• Spiral bound would be retained at institution level for 6 months.

• Best project reports would be kept for a longer period.

Guidelines for writing the Report (as per NTCC Guidelines
Sec 16)
Guidelines for writing the Report
Language • English
Paper size • A4
Margins • The text of the document must be justified.
• The left and right margin of 1.25 inches. The top and bottom
margin of 1.00 inch.
Typing • On One side of page only. The text will follow line spacing of 1.5
• Table and figures, tabular material as necessary and appendix
material as appropriate may be single space.
• Centered material is to be centered between the left and right
• The first line of all paragraphs of running text will be indented
Guidelines for writing the Report (as per NTCC Guidelines
Sec 16)
Guidelines for writing the Report cont.
Pagination • Each page must be numbered, except the Title Page.
• The pre pages—including the Copyright Page, Faculty Guide
Approval Page, Acknowledgement, Table of Contents, List of Tables,
List of Figures and Abstract (if any) —will be numbered with
• Roman numerals (ii, iii, iv, etc.) centered from the bottom edge of the
page. The first page that will show a page number is page ii.
• All remaining pages carry consecutive numerals (1, 2, 3, etc.). The
page number will be placed in the upper right-hand corner of the
page, right aligned
Guidelines for writing the Report (as per NTCC Guidelines
Sec 16)
Guidelines for writing the Report cont.
Arrangement Every NTCC Project Report should have three parts: the pre pages,
of Content the main text, and the reference material.
Each part has several sections, which are normally arranged in the
order as discussed below.
1. Preliminary Pages
a) Title page
b) Declaration
c) Faculty Guide Approval page
d) Acknowledgement(s)
e) Table of Contents
f) List of Tables
g) List of Figures
h) Abstract
2. Text (usually divided into chapters and sections)
3. Reference Material
a) References
b) Appendix
Guidelines for writing the Report (as per NTCC Guidelines
Sec 16)
Guidelines for writing the Report cont.
Table and • Each table of figure should be placed immediately after the
Figures paragraph in which it is mentioned. If it has a separate page, this
page should be the one following the page on which the table/figure
was first mentioned.
• Tables and figures that must be positioned horizontally (landscaped)
will face the outer edge of the page, with the widest margin at the
binding edge.
• Tables and figures are numbered in separate series. Each table and
figure, including any in the appendices, has a number in its own
series. Each series is numbered consecutively within chapters (e.g.,
Figure 10.1, Figure 10.2, and Figure 10.3).
• Each table and figure will be separately numbered.
• All titles/captions of Table & Figures will appear in the pre pages in
the List of Tables and List of Figures.
Guidelines for writing the Report (as per NTCC Guidelines
Sec 16)

Guidelines for writing the Report cont.

References The format for the references shall be Harvard referencing.
Appendices • Appendices contain supplementary or illustrative material or
explanatory data too lengthy to be included in the text or not
immediately essential to the readers’ understanding of the
• Appendices should be lettered in the order in which they are
referred to in the text.
• Each appendix will be listed with its title in the Table of
Important Deadlines
 Registration on Amizone In process
 1st WPR Submission by 10th Jan 18
10th Jan 18.
 Synopsis Submission
On both Amizone and LMS
 2nd WPR by 17th Jan 18
 3rd WPR by 24th Jan 18
 4th WPR by 31st Jan 18
 5th WPR by 07th Feb 18
 6th WPR by 14th Feb 18
 7th WPR by 21st Feb 18
 1st Progress Remark (PPT) by 23rd Feb 18
 8th WPR by 28th Feb 18
 9th WPR by 07th Mar 18
 2nd Progress Remark (Draft Report) by 06th Mar 18
 10th WPR by 14th Mar 18
 Faculty Comments on Draft Report by 14th Mar 18
 11th WPR by 20th Mar 18
 Final Report Submission by 20th Mar 18
 Final Report Assessment by Faculty by 26th Mar 18

Quoted from “Plagiarism: What It Is and How to Avoid It”, Peter Cobbett, PhD, August
“Plagiarism is copying another person’s text or ideas and passing the copied material as
your own work. …You must both delineate (i.e., separate and identify) the copied text
from your text and give credit to (i.e., cite the source) the source of the copied text to
avoid accusations of plagiarism. Plagiarism is considered fraud and has potentially
harsh consequences including loss of job, loss of reputation, and the assignation of
reduced or failing grade in a course.

This definition of plagiarism applies for copied text and ideas:

I. regardless of the source of the copied text or idea;
II. regardless of whether the author(s) of the text or idea which you have copied actually
copied that text or idea from another source;
III. regardless of whether or not the authorship of the text or idea which you copy is
IV. regardless of the nature of your text (journal paper/article, webpage, book chapter,
paper submitted for college course, etc) into which you copy the text or idea;
V. regardless of whether or not the author of the source of the copied material gives
permission for the material to be copied; and
VI. regardless of whether you are or are not the author of the source of the copied text or
idea (self-plagiarism).

This definition also applies for figures and figure legends and for tables and table legends
which you copy into your text.”

The students must not indulge in any form of dishonesty, whether by act of omission,
including but not limited to cheating, plagiarism, knowingly furnishing false information to
RICS SBE Amity University Mumbai, and forgery or alteration

It is mandatory that each course work containing the written assignment submission shall be
checked for plagiarism through Turnitin or similar software before submission. The content
which is based on existing published work must come from properly quoted material and
from the references cited section. After checking the accuracy of the citations and
references of such content the plagiarism report should not return similarity index of more
than 15% in any circumstance. However, if the matching text is one continuous block, the
index of 15% could shall be considered plagiarism. Any report with higher than this
percentage matching must be explained by the student. The details of copy rights,
professional ethics are given in Plagiarism Prevention Policy of the University.