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SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM 2011

STUDENT HANDBOOK

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CALENDAR
Summer Internship Program 2011
7th February,Registration 2011 (Monday) :

4th March, 2011 (Friday) of Initial Information Report Submission : 11th March, 2011 (Friday) Project Proposal Submission of : 8th April, 2011 (Friday) of Interim Report Submission : 6th May, 2011 (Friday) of Final Report Submission : 13th May, 2011 (Friday) SIP Ends :

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....................................................... 10 Important Tips................................................................................CONTENTS Guidelines to Student 1......................................................................................................................1 At Parent Campus 4................................................................ 02 Registration....................................................... 01 SIP Abroad.................3 6............................................................................................................... 12......................................................7 7........................................ 10........................2 LOs for SIP 6..................................2 At Designated City 4............ 11 ... 3....................................................... .................... 2................................................................................................................................. 4 Executive Summary Report SIP Completion ........ 8.................................................................................................. Introduction ............................................ 11................................... 09 SIP Grading .......... 13.... 01 SIP at Designated City.......................... 10 Faculty Guidance .......................... 10 Student Feedback Form ............................................................ 4................................................................ 03 Evaluation ...... 9.. 6.............................5 Rubrics Schedul e Weightages 5......................... 09 Not Cleared SIP Report ............................... .1 Learning Outcomes (LOs) 6........... 6................................. 04 6.......................................................3 At Abroad Discipline and Conduct ..............................................................................................4 6.............................................. 02 4................................................................................. 09 SIP Awards ........6 Process 6...............................

..................................... VIII.... VII............................................. IXI................... 16 Guidelines for Writing Executive Summary Report .. 24 Harvard Style of Referencing .................................................................... 22 Format for Student Feed Back Form .......................................................... 12 Format for Permission for undertaking SIP Abroad ............ III................................................ 13 Format for Initial Information Report (IIR) ..... 14 Format for Project Proposal ................................... II.................... Format for Permission for undertaking SIP at other IBS Campuses/Designated City ............................................ IV...............................................................................................................................Annexure I............... 15 Guidelines for Writing a Project Report....................... 25 5 ................... V......................................................................... 21 SIP Award Winners for the Class of 2011............................................................................................. VI......

Therefore. Students who have not met minimum academic requirements in SemesterI. 2011 will not be processed. requires the students to undergo the rigor of professional environment both in form and substance. involving an element problems of analytical thinking. is normally equivalent to five academic courses. Students are encouraged to take up time bound multi-disciplinary and goal-oriented assignment involving team work. Dehradun. which cannot be simulated in the classroom. Students desirous of undertaking SIP at other cities than parent campus should submit an application along with confirmation letter from SIP organization to the Campus Head of their parent campus as per the format given Annexure. Student applications received after January before 2011. 2. Students having fee dues. Objective Internship is a vehicle for introducing students to real-life situation. each student would be under the guidance of an IBS faculty.SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM 1. processing and decision-making in the face of insufficient data parameters and uncertain situations. For proper coordination of the Internship program. internship assignments must necessarily be those of direct interest to the host organization.The application must at I. students undertake a 14-week internship at any organization during the intervening period between close of Semester II and commencement of Semester III. Mumbai. Solutions to various confronted in the assignment might be open-ended. Noida and Pune. Students involved in any case of unfair means 1 . Under this. The program is almost equivalent to one semester and carries a weightage of 15 units. INTRODUCTION The Summer Internship Program (SIP) forms an important component of education at IBS. SIP at Designated Cities Students can pursue SIP at the following designated cities: Ahmedabad. Students in the following cases are not eligible for undertaking SIP at other IBS campus/designated city. 03. Students are advised to read the contents of the handbook carefully prior to commencement of internship. It an attempt to bridge the gap in the student’s perception between theory in books is and practice in the corporate world. It exposes them to technical skills. Hyderabad. These students are automatically required to pursue their SIP at their parent campus only. and helps them to acquire social skills by drawing them into contact with real professionals. Gurgaon. which would be which a simulation of real work environment. Chandigarh. Chennai. A representative of the industry/organization also guides the student and assists the faculty in monitoring the student’s progress. Kolkata. The internship. Bangaluru. be submitted on or January 03.

REGISTRATION Registration is a mandatory reporting of the student at the IBS Campus for undertaking SIP. A written acceptance from the organization should be filling up attached registration to the SIP card. Though he/she end can continue and complete SIP but will not be permitted to progress to third semester and required to repeat the courses in the next regular offering. The students should report at their SIP Organizations only after completing the registrationand taking briefing & clearance from Faculty formalities The students reporting Guide. SIP organization not located in the designated city. Should not have any background of disciplinary action or pending investigation. 3. All 7 students should positively report to the IBS Campus on th February. Should have submitted SIP confirmation letter from the SIP Company with the details of company. In case a student doing SIP abroad not met the minimum academic requirement at the of second semester will not have the option to do Summer Term. Registration to SIP-2011 will take place at IBS Campuses on th February. Should have met the minimum academic requirements at the end of first semester. stipulated date will not be permitted to register for later than the SIP. The students who wish to do SIP abroad should meet the below mentioned academic requirements . business and Company Guide. 2011. The student desirous of undertaking SIP at abroad will submit an application along with the SIP confirmation letter from the SIP Company with the details of the company. Non-Submission of confirmation letter from the SIP organization. 4. business and company the guide Should not have any outstanding dues. 2 .Students with the background of disciplinary action or pending investigation. Should not have been involved in any cases of unfair means in previous semesters. to note this point while opting for SIP abroad.1 At Parent Campus The student undertaking SIP at the parent Campus should register at their respective parent campus. and obtained prior permission from the Campus Head. It is the responsibility of student 4. 2011 and register for SIP by 7 the registration card. as per the format given inAnnexure-II. SIP ABROAD Students are encouraged to do SIP abroad.

The Institute would expect students to maintain professional and social imprints of high standards in always the organization . It During the period of SIP the student shall be subject to the leave rules of the SIP organization and should ensure strict adherence to the timings of the organization. he/she should obtain formal permission for leave of absence as per the rules and regulations of the SIP organization. 7 2011 4. Students undertaking SIP at designated city (Hyderabad or Chennai) will be registering at their SIP organization on th February.4. to The student will indemnify. SIP. However.2 At Designated Cities The students whose request for SIP at other designated city is approved should obtain the Due certificate from the parent campus and submit the same at the IBS Campus No of designated city and register at that IBS Campus only. irregularity at work and unsatisfactory performance will lead to cancellation of SIP or award of Not Cleared report (NC). liability and expenses arising out of any third party claim. if for any genuine reason a student is not in a position to report to the SIP organization on any day. misconduct. Conduct and Behaviour The students during SIP are placed in the role of ambassadors of IBS. Unprofessional behaviour. actions or proceedings any agents. Consequently students will not be permitted to register in Semester III resulting in the loss of least one academic year besides any other form of academic action IBS might deem at fit impose. Such leave of absence should nottaken for more than one week in the entire duration of be SIP.3 SIP Abroad The student undertaking SIP abroad should register for the SIP at the SIP organization and intimate SIP Coordinator of parent campus. 5. indiscipline. 3 . punctual and well mannered at work. during the period of Internship by him or by program. Non-Registering at IBS Campus will to declaration of student as No Show Case leading to DP (Discontinued lead from Program) . IBS expects the students to confirm to the rules and regulations of the place of work duringis particularly important to be regular. DISCIPLINE AND CONDUCT Attendanc e 100% attendance during SIP is mandatory. defend and hold IBS harmless from and against any and all loss damage. Permission should also be taken from the Faculty Guide.

Learning outcomes focus attention on explicit and detailed statements of what students skills. Analytical and Self Management skills) to a real life (Skills domain) situation.3 Rubrics On completion of the SIP. Students will also have a Company Guide at the SIP organisation as in charge of the project. the Student will be able to: 1.6. and institution contributing to this process. 6. SIP evaluation is based on assessment of Learning Outcomes (LOs) and is done on ongoing basis.1 Learning Outcomes (LOs) 6. faculty. Adapt the skills set (Communication. Apply the basic knowledge and concepts.2011 Faculty and Company Guide 15 Stage – II % th th 11 ‐ 15 Interim Evaluation Faculty and Company April.2 LOs for SIP 6.4 Schedule Evaluation Stages Stage – I Marks Date Activity Evaluator % th_ th 14 18 Project Proposal Mar. 6. Rubrics will aid both of each the student and the Faculty/Company Guide to clearly identify the level to which the outcome has been achieved. 3.2011 Guide 40 Stage – III 45% 9th –13th Final Evaluation May. Problem Solving. EVALUATION Each Student will be allotted a Faculty Guide by the IBS Campus. and not what the institution intends Therefore student becomes the focus of the entire learning process to teach. tools and techniques learnt in core courses to the real (Knowledge world. domain) 2. with curriculum. orientation at (Attitudinal/Behavioural domain) Rubrics are tools to assist in the measurement process. understanding and abilities we seek to develop in them and then learn – the test. Maintain ethical goal and positive attitude work place. Both the Company and Faculty Guide will be involved in the evaluation.2011 Faculty and Company Guide 4 . They clearly define the various levels of the components for a particular assessment method. Outcomes describe what a student actually achieves.

Objective: Stating what the project will accomplish and the value-addition to the organization . 2.6. Proposed Methodology. 5. The evaluation is carried out for parameter using each rubrics. average of total marks given by Faculty and Company Guide is taken as final marks out of 100. References Initial list of bibliographic and other reference material that would : be used to complete the project. Synopsis:A statement of about 1000 words describing what the project is about. Care at must be taken to ensure that all information provided in this report is accurate. The IIR is not a component of evaluation but it is mandatory and subsequent events are executed on the basis of the information provided in IIR. A copy of Project Proposal should be submitted as per the format given Annexure-IV to at Faculty Guide as well as the Company Guide on or before th March IBS 11 2011. the reports to be submitted and the details of seminars presentation are described in subsequent paragraphs. Limitations of the Study. The details of evaluation parameters are given below. 5 . Schedule A time frame indicating steps that will be required and the expected : when theydatebe will completed. 3. 4. 6. All students must submit a copy to Faculty Guide and Company IBS Guide. After completion of evaluation of all the stages.6 Process The details of evaluation parameters. Initial Information Report (IIR) Evaluation Stage I: Project Proposal The Project Proposal must cover the following aspects: 1.5 Weightages All the parameters for evaluation will be assessed by the Faculty and Company Guide rubrics. This report is to be submitted to IBS Campus as per the format given Annexure-III. The Faculty Guide and Company Guide will rate the performance of the student on each parameter using rubrics. 6. Ratings of all the parameters for a particular stage will be added using and converted to the weightage assigned to that particular stage of evaluation.

An interim report must contain : 1. Report The Interim Report is an interim version of the final report. B Goal setting. References A copy of the interim report should be submitted to Faculty Guide as well as the Company Guide. Main Text (should contain detailed progress of the project and discussions till that date. This report is an attempt to document the work done so far by the student and how to proceed further. Evaluation Stage II: Interim Evaluation Interim Evaluation comprises of observations made at work place. Logical B Thinking) Self Management Skills (Time management. No.) 6. Marks* 2% 2% 1% 2% 3% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 15 * B – Both Faculty Guide and Company Guide. 6 . identification B of issues. By this time the : student would have done substantial work on the project. Discipline etc) Team Behaviour (Collaboration at work place and B Motivation) Work orientation (Goal Orientation B and Drive) Work Ethics (Plagiarisation and B Integrity) % Sub Total Max. Planning. Introductio n 5. methodology including time key line) Analytical skills (Abstraction ability. Punctuality.Project Proposal Evaluation Parameters S. Title Page 3. Abstract of the work till that date 4. Report and Seminar. Cover Page 2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Parameter Evaluator Description Core functional knowledge as B* demonstrated Industry knowledge and B analysis Knowledge of Business specific competencies (as related B to SIP organisation and task on the hand) Communication Skills (including Interpersonal Skills and B Writing Skills) Problem Solving Skills (Problem Formulation.

B Company Confidential Information. Data B Interpretation. 4% 4% 4% 4% 4% 4% 4% 4% 7 . Drive. 1 Max. Social etiquette. The evaluation is carried out for each parameter using rubrics Interim Evaluation Parameters Parameter Description Evaluator S. Discipline. Presentation and Writing Skills) 5 Problem Solving Skills (Selection of B tools/techniques. The seminar will be conducted in the SIP organisation in the presence of Faculty Guide and Company Guide/Officials.appropriate analytical Application of tools) 7 Self Management Skills (Time management. Plagiarisation. B Stress management.Seminar: The students are expected to present the total work done till that date and the plan for completion of the project in the seminar. Reporting Channels and Integrity) 40% Sub Total * B – Both Faculty Guide and Company Guide. Planning. B Flexibility. Coordination. innovative methodology and approach/solution) 6 Analytical skills (Logical Thinking. the Faculty Guide will assign the marks for seminar on the feed back given by Company Guide The details of evaluation parameters for Stage-II Evaluation are given below. Prioritisation. projections and trends for concerned industry/ sector and its application) 3 Knowledge of Business specific competencies (as related to B the organisation and task on SIP hand) 4 Communication Skills (including inter personal B Communication (IPC). the Seminar will be conducted in the SIP organisation in the presence of Company Guide/Officials only. For such cases. No. Punctuality. and Motivation Leadership) 9 Work orientation (Goal Orientation. Initiative and B Selfconfidence ) 10 Work Ethics (Data Collection. competitor’s profiles. Marks* 4% 4% Core functional knowledge as B* demonstrated 2 Industry knowledge and analysis ( like knowledge of past B performance. Timely reporting) 8 Team Behaviour (Collaboration. Timely execution. Goal setting. For students undertaking SIP abroad.

Timely reporting etc) Behaviour (Collaboration. For cases. Implementation. Motivation. findings and recommendations) Analytical skills (Logical Thinking. Final Evaluation Parameters S. The evaluation is carried out for each parameter using rubrics. No. projections and trends B for concerned industry/ sector and its application)of Business specific competencies (as related to Knowledge the organisation and task on SIP hand) Communication Skills (including inter personal B Communication. Coordination. Timely execution. The Project Reports are to be prepared based on guidelines given Annexurethe at V. Seminar: The students are expected to present the total work done in the project. Reporting Channels and Integrity) Sub Total 45% B * B – Both Faculty Guide and Company Guide 8 . B Company Confidential Information. Problem B 4% 4% 5% 4% 3% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 8 9 10 B innovative approach/solution. Plagiarisation. A copy of Final Report should be submitted to IBS Faculty Guide as well as the Company before the final Guide well seminar. Self-confidence.appropriate analytical Application of tools) Self Management Skills (Time management. competitor’s profiles. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Parameter Description Evaluator Max. The seminar should be conducted in the SIP organisation in the presence of Faculty Guide and Company Guide/Officials. B Stress management. Writing Presentation and Skills) Solving Skills (methodology. Report The Final Report (project report). Punctuality. B Achievement orientation) Work Ethics (Report Writing. Data B Interpretation. the Faculty Guide will assign the marks for seminar on the feedback given such by Company Guide The details of evaluation parameters for Project Final Evaluation are given below. Marks* Core functional knowledge as B demonstrated Industry knowledge and analysis ( like knowledge of past performance. Planning. For students undertaking SIP at abroad. Discipline. Final Report and Seminar. Leadership) Work orientation (Drive. Initiative. the written component of evaluation. Prioritisation. Team Flexibility. Goal setting. Social etiquette. is to : be submitted on completion of the project. the Seminar will be conducted in the SIP organisation in the presence of Company Guide/Officials only.Evaluation Stage III: Final Evaluation Project Final Evaluation comprises of observations made at work place.

Extension of Duration for Completion of Internship Program In case. Students should take utmost care in writing the executive summary. the same be approved by the Faculty Guide. any student requires additional days for completion of the project. 8. The format for the executive report is given Annexure-VI. SIP COMPLETION th SIP will close on 13 May. These students would be required to repeat SIP in next academic report year it is offered.6. SIP NOT CLEARED REPORT The following cases would be awarded Not Cleared (NC) report: a) The student who does not give opportunity for evaluating or does not undergo process as per evaluation schedule would be awarded Not Cleared evaluation (NC) in SIP. when b) The students who are not able to complete the SIP within the schedule due to genuine should seek extension by putting up an application to SIP Campus reasons head requesting for extension of time. On successful completion of the 14-week SIP Program the student must collect relieving a letter and no dues from the SIP organization and SIP Campus (applicable certificate other Campus students) which to must be submitted at parent IBS Campus at the time of Semester-III registration. 9. This application should be recommended by Company Guide and Faculty Guide. This executive summary would be used along summary at with Resume of student for placement purpose as well as for short listing of the SIP for the SIP Award. Further the students are advised to retain a copy with them for future use. 7.7 Executive Summary Report (Two copies to be submitted to Faculty Guide) Executive summary report is a one page summary of SIP report required to be submitted by student along with final project report to Faculty Guide. A student can get an extension for a should maximum period of two weeks. The as the students have to register for semester III. 9 . SIP GRADING The grading of SIP is done on the basis of marks obtained by the students in evaluation parameters . 2011. The student who does not complete SIP within the time frame will be ‘NC’ report unless extension is given by the awarded extension should not exceed two week from the date of SIP completion Campus Head.

acquisition. It is therefore necessary that the students meet their Faculty Guide on timely basis. do collect the report submitted by those interns and study them carefully. The role of the Faculty Guide is to enable the student to undertake a meaningful project. the student would only be informed about his/her performance. If yes. and the relationship the student maintains with the other executives/ staff of the organization. However. the executive. However.000/. 10. the student also has the responsibility to seek clarification from the respective faculty on all the above aspects regularly. his/her strengths and weaknesses as observed through various evaluation components and also ways for improvement. provide the necessary academic guidance. The Faculty Guide would be involved at all stages of executives. A list of SIP Award Winners for the Class of 2011 is given Annexure – at VII. The students will be prize given in the ratio of 1 out of each 100 student. processing and presentation. the quality and quantity of work put in by the student. 11. the SIP is also an opportunity of learning the art of information/data identification. classification. A student must discuss with the faculty the progress made in his/ her work and also seek clarification of any doubts related to his/her work with the Company Guide and professional experts. Apart from providing an exposure to real work situations. These meetings help the Faculty Guide to judge the behaviour of the students in would also the organization. Copies of such reports would be available at respective IBS Campuses.per project and a Certificate for the student. summary written by the student will be a starting point.10. Award will carry a cash of Rs. and to facilitate evaluation. During these interactions. The responsibility of contacting and interacting with the Faculty Guide vests with the students . FACULTY GUIDANCE Every student is assigned a Faculty Guide at the beginning of the SIP. Students must facilitate the meeting of Faculty Guide and the Company Guide regularly. The students should invite the Faculty Guide to SIP organization to monitor the progress of the project and provide feedback. 12. Detailed guidelines for the Award will award be issued separately. 10 ƒ . with the aid of the company while SIP is in progress. progress in the project. SIP AWARDS IBSAF Award for Excellence in SIP has been instituted for students. This would help the Faculty Guide to assess the student’s progress in his/her respective project. IMPORTANT TIPS ƒ Before beginning your assignment check if any of your seniors had earlier undergone SIP at the same organization. the project beginning from the ‘definition of the work content’ to the project completion.

SIP at The feedback form aims at collecting students’ views. comments. which could even translate into placement opportunity . the IBS campus collects feedback on the project from the students. It on the basis also foresees the chances for converting these fruitful experiences into a long-term relationship with the corporate world. The students are advised to strictly adhere to the deadlines of submission of reports and making presentations. 11 . Good behaviour and mannerism would help in nurturing a longterm relationship with the organization. the students are advised to report the matter to the SIP Coordinator and Campus Head. STUDENT FEEDBACK FORM In an effort to strengthen and improve the SIP Program. proper care should be taken Therefore. Non-submission of reports by the due date may lead to evaluation of the student for the particular non component. During SIP students are placed in the role of ambassadors of IBS. The students are expected to maintain professional and social imprints of high standards in the organization. opinions and suggestions of their experiences regarding various aspects during the SIP Program. The students are advised to submit the project report to the host organization for scrutiny before submitting to the Faculty Guide. This gives assurance to the host organization about maintaining secrecy of the certain confidential data. The feedback on the project work is to be submitted to coordinator as per the formal given Annexure-VIII.in terms of or modernization of information systems. 13.ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Projects under the SIP could be of a significant importance to the host organization their objective of “Technical Documentation” aiming at updating . In case a student faces any problem with respect to evaluation of SIP. The Faculty Guide may be consulted for any problems faced during the process. while documenting the project.

: _____________ Class of:__________ IBS Campus : _______________________________ E-mail : _______________________________ Mobile : _______________________________ Date : _______________________________ Campus Head IBS ____________________ Campus Head IBS _________________ Permission for undertaking SIP Abroad Dear Sir. actions or proceedings by me or evaluation by requirements. liability and expenses arising out of any third party claim. I agree to indemnify. any I agree to indemnify. IBS liability and expenses arising out of any third party claim. I am aware that incase I do not meet minimum academic requirements at the end of first & second Semester. organization (City name) DO NOT TEAR 13 12 . The appointment Email from SIP organization is Phone No. I cannot do Summer Term at SIP city (abroad) and required to re.Annexure-II Annexure-I Name : _______________________________ Enrollment No. at ________________________________________________________________________________________ (Organization / Company SIP at I request you to grant permission for undertaking Name) ___________________C/o IBS_____________ City (Town. (No dues certificate is to Student be Copy of acceptance letter at the time of Encl: submitted at IBS campus from SIP Registration). actions or proceedings by me or by any agents. Encl: Copy of SIP offer letter. defend and hold IBS harmless from and against any and all loss per the would submit the reports and other information to Faculty Guide assigned to me as damage. defend and hold IBS harmless from and against any and all loss agents. ________________________ Date: Signature of the Note: Please DO NOT attach “No Dues Certificate” with this form.register ________________________ in Date: offering to become eligible to progress to third Signature of the regular Student semester. Permission for undertaking SIP at Designated I request you to permit me for undertaking SIP in _____________________________________________ Dear Sir. Country) S E I P O C O T O H EP US O Name of the Organization & Address: ______________________________________________________ _ Name of the SIP : ______________________________________________________________ Organization Company Guide: Name _________________________________ Designation _______________________ I certify that the SIP organization is located in the same city of IBS Campus. damage. _________________________ letter _________________________________________________ enclosed.

........................................................................ Name & Designation of Head of the Organization:........ ......................................................................... Project Implementation and Schedule: Schedule: ............................................ ................................................... ................................................................................................................................................... ________________________ Signature of the Student Date: 14 ............ Area of the project:.............................................................. Project Details: (To be submitted on or before th March................ Name: Designation: .............. Methodology:......................................................... Email:.................................... I will submit the following reports as per the schedule given below: Evaluation Date component: Planned: Project Proposal............................................................................................................. : _____________ Class of:__________ SUMMER INTERNSHIP Campus : _______________________________ IBS PROGRAM Initial Information Report (IIR) E-mail : _______________________________ I................................................................................................................................ Email:............................Annexure-III Name:_____________________________________________ Enrollment No:_________________________ Mobile No...................................... Address of the Organization: .. II........................................................................................................................... III.................................................................................................................................................................................. Objective of the project: ................................................................... Work Timings: ......................................... ..............................................................................:______________________ E-mail Id:________________________________________________ Name : _______________________________ Enrollment No................................................................ Description of the project in brief:... IV............ Mobile : _______________________________ 4 2011) Date : _______________________________ Title of the project:............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Interim Report.................................................................... Amount of Stipend Expected: .......................................... ........................................... ..................... Telephone Numbers:...................................................................................................................................................................... Any other details:. .............................................................................. V................................................................................................ Company Guide: .. Final Report ...................................................................................... Main activity of the Organization: .............................................................................................. Faculty Guide Name: .................................. .. Telephone Numbers:....................... Facilities available to the S E I OP C OTO H P E US O AR T TE O DO N student: ....................................... Organizational Details: Name of the Organization: ....................................................................

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( List of Illustrations. No logo of the company of this should as this might violate copyright/trademark privileges of the appear company. In a generalized sense. Main text. an ideal project report should cover the following elements: i) Cover. ( References. name(s) of the author(s). in reality it is a culmination of continuous efforts on the part of the any student. Acknowledgments. The format page is given below and should be adhered to. the requirements of your audience. What follows are general guidelines on writing a project report. The parts included in a report depend on the type of report you are writing.Annexure-V SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Guidelines for Writing a Project Report A Project Report is a written presentation of the work done by the student on a given assignment. Table of Contents. 16 . Glossary ( necessary if ). Cover: This is the first page of the report. and the length of your report. Authorisation . It should contain the title of the report. ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) xi) xii) xiii) i) Title Page. Writing a Project The SIP requires submission of project report not just to IBS but also to Report: the organization where the student is undergoing SIP. Synopsis/ Abstract/ Summary if applicable ). name of the organization for which the project was undertaken. to bear in mind that even though the project report is submitted only at the end It is important of given assignment. Introduction . the organization you are working for. ( Attachments if necessary ). Findings/ Conclusions/ Recommendations if any).

project or job number (if any).A REPORT ON (Title of the Project in CAPITAL LETTERS ) By (Name of the Student) EnrollmentNo. A REPORT ON (Title of the Project in CAPITAL LETTERS) By (Name and enrolment no. Name of the Authority for which the report was written. (Name of the organization): ii) Title Page: a) b) c) d) e) This element may contain the following information: Title of the report. Name of the author. Date of submission. Contract. of the Student ) (Name of the Organisation for whom the Project was written) A report submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of PGPM Program of IBS_________ Distribution List: Date of Submission 17 .

c) Faculty Incharge. After the number.1________________________ 3. Industrial Analysis 15 2. Write the phrase ‘Table of Contents’ on the top in CAPITALS. Observe that for numbering pages up ‘Abstract’ lower case Roman numerals have been used and from to ‘Introduction’ numerals have been onwards Arabic used. __________________________ 3. While preparing the Table of Contents you have to bear in mind the topic following points about its layout: Leave a 1" margin on the left and a 1" margin on the right. the top and the bottom. 1 n Purpose.3 Report 9 Organization 2. d) Others.2 Sources and 5 1-inch Methods 1. and Limitations 1. An example of a Table of Contents is given below. It is course your obligation to acknowledge and thank them for their help.2________________________ 1-inch 18 . The main divisions as well as the subdivisions should be listed with the number of the of page on which they first appear. Indent second-order headings three or four spaces. It helps the reader locate a particular topic or the sub.iii) Authorisation: This indicates the person or the department which authorised the making of the report. v) Table of The main function of this element is to give the reader an overall view Contents: report. Scope. Write the number of the item to indicate the sequence of items.1 1-inch 3 1.2________________________ 3. It also includes the Authorization Form. thanks are due to the following persons in the given order. b) Company Guide. For example: “The report is submitted as partial fulfilment of the requirement of PGPM Program of IBS ___” iv) Acknowledgments: There are many persons who may have helped you during the of your project. Leave two spaces between main headings and one space between subheadings.easily. 1-inch TABLE OF CONTENTS Authorisation i Acknowledgments ii Executive Summary/Abstract/Synopsis iii Introductio 1. leave three or four spaces and then type the first heading.1________________________ 2. Customarily. a) Head of the Organization.

a description of activities. ix) Main Text: This section discusses or describes the main business of the report. deliverables of the project. These could be in : the form of statements or data. importance and rationale for the study). If the number of illustrations is very large. Abstract An Abstract is a technical summary. Summary: The Summary conveys in condensed form what the report is about. sufficient background materials. Therefore. technical terminology can be used. c. specifying its limitations. An outline of the work should survey to also a part of the form introduction. methods and scope of the proposed study. It is read by persons who are : familiar with the report.vi) a. An abstract can be a part of the rather report. etc. scope of study. b. It is never intended as a substitute for the original document. including literature present the reader a clear picture of the work. Conclusions: These relate to inferences or interpretations reached after a careful study of the findings of the research. related to 19 . investigation. x) a. to grasp the main issues of the this report without having to go through the whole report. even when it admitted that no reasonable explanation can be is offered. without reference to any other part of the report. Significant discrepancies in results should be called to the reader’s attention. objectives. But it must contain sufficient information to allow the reader to ascertain his/her interest. only the abstract is either read than the report proper. Findings These are results of research. Its layout is a the as that of the table of contents and it gives information about the number. Abstracts may be read before. List of Tables and List of two Figures. during or after the report is read. the results obtained. : The recommendations offer the reader/appropriate authorities to base their decisions various issues involved in the project. the synopsis is submitted to the authorities before a project/ assignment is undertaken to ensure that the outline plan of the project or assignment is on the right lines. It contains the experimental work. The main function of this part is to present data in an organized form. etc. the the survey discussion and interpretations. Synopsis: The Synopsis provides a brief outline of the purpose of the project. In some cases. It usually covers the introduction to the specific problem of interest (Current issues. illustrations. and the methodology/approach of completing the project. Recommendations These are based on the findings and the conclusions. purpose of The element is to enable the reader. namely. b. title same and reference of each illustration. data collection. done. discuss its significance and analyse the results that flow there from. limitations. methods and scope of of collecting data and their sources. Usually it has several sections grouped under different headings and sub-headings. survey. An executive summary quickly should be self-sufficient and intelligible. divide it page into parts. It should contain the purpose Introduction: the report. Sometimes. c. This may or may not be a part of the project. viii) The topic is introduced in this element. vii) List of Illustrations: A separate list of illustrations is given immediately after the table contents in case of of large number of (more than ten) tables and figures.

it is advisable to no give a glossary. which support or elaborate the Attachments: matter in the main text. Harvard style of referencing be followed. which normally form part of the attachments. (g) Samples of the Work Done. If the reader’s field of expertise is the one to which your report relates.The findings. explanation. 20 . may to Annexure-IX. they are generally explained in if the number the footnotes. (c) Charts. etc. These are: (a) Calculation sheets. Refer xiii) Glossary: A glossary is a list of technical words used in the report and their However. Whether you should include a glossary in your report will depend upon who is going to read report. of Flow (d) Computer Programs. which is essential but which diverts the attention of the reader from the main topic. The matter. But. (f) Large Maps. (b) Supplementary Details Instructions. (e) The Questionnaire. of such words is limited. there your is need for a glossary. These are included as Appendices or Annexures. Given below are some items. conclusions and the recommendations have to be drafted with extreme care a large number of cases the readers do not have the time to go through as in lengthy and often confine themselves to reading these parts of the reports report. xii) References: All references should be given in this section. if the audience is drawn from other areas. xi) The attachments are essentially those. is generally put as attachments.

enthusiastic.Annexure-VI SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM for Writing Executive th Guidelines Summary Report (To be submitted by 6 May. and more proactive Executive summary should be written in simple. The executive summarybe in fewest words. Points to be covered: Student Information Organization Description: Concept. read executive. Industry Type.e. Use active-voice sentences with strong. Make sure it is self sufficient and can be understood in needs to isolation. short sentences intended to be language. towards the end of the project in about two hundred to three hundred words (i. Write this not than a page). 2010 by student) The executive summary provides an overview of the internship work. Name Address Title of the project Objective of the project Backgroun d Methodology used Findings & Conclusion Recommendations Special Achievements/ Recognition 21 . The executive summary should briefly highlight the below mentioned by an points.

Manish Agarwal SBI.No.Shikhar Malhotra Deloitte Ms. Hyderabad Hedge Fund Industry. Hyderabad Understanding KPMG as a Brand-it's Visibility. (InfoTech Div.Abhishek Kumar Sinha Cross Hedging and high frequency Trading-the Next Buzz words in the Ltd. Ms. Feasibility study of setting up 10MW Solar power plant Ms. Delhi Ms.). Era Infra Engineering Ltd.Charu Kathuria HDFC Standard Life.Sony Saha Marching towards Cloud Computing ORACLE Financial Services and outcome based Pricing (Market Software Limited. Noida Study of Satisfaction Level of A Patients at Fortis Hospital’ Mr.Abhinav Rakesh Sood Corporate Business Banking for Bank of India Pharmaceutical Industry Ms.K.Kanika Agnihotri Delhi Develop new range of RO water Whirlpool India. Bangalore Opportunities and Implications for the IT Services Company) Mr. Mr.Himanshi Sethi Services.Sumit Sinhal Fortis Hospital. Understand and Analyse the High Value Credit Rating & Appraisal System in State Bank of India-Mid Corporate group 15 16 17 22 . Mr.VII List of SIP Award Winners for Class of 2011 S. it's Indian Association and it's Key Market Segments Ms. Project Costing System Company & Location Mr. Winners Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Mr. 11 Ms.Anshika Phokela Mysore Effectiveness of Activity Based Costing in EMS Industry Rangson Electronics (P) Ltd.Sneha Sachdev Bangalore Salmon Leap. Delhi A detailed assessment of recruitment strategies for improved performance of Financial consultants. 12 13 Mr.Neelaish Tiwari Delhi Product and Business Development for Edumentor Educational Services Business Development of Linux and Open Source Solution Process and Documentation for Raising of loans from Banks and Financial Institutions Edumentor Educational Wipro Ltd. 14 Ms. To purifier for retail and DTH channel Ms.Gunjan Tandon Delhi Mr. Kolkata To Study.Annexure. D E Shaw India Software Pvt.Srikant Singh Nashik Production Performance Ceat India.Angela Thomas KPMG. Global Publications.Hemang Jain Delhi Development and Marketing of elearning portals V.Moon Agarwal Bangalore SIP Project Tile Mergers and Acquisitions in Renewable Energy Sectors in India Development and Implementation of Unisoft Infotech Pvt Ltd.

Market Study and Comparison of Current Account of AXIS Bank with its Competitors Predictive ability of Indian Volatility Index: A Time Series Analysis National Institute of Securities 22 Mr.S.Manish Mansukhlal Patel Markets.Antaraa Deb Kolkata Financial Appraisal of Infrastructure Indian Overseas Bank.Inderjit Laik HCL Infosystems Ltd.Sayan Shom Kolkata Analysis and Evaluation of Sales and Ogilvy & Mather Advertising. Derivatives Markets & Trading Strategies and its Applicability to Emerging Derivatives Market of India 24 25 26 Mr.Arka Subhra Chakrabarty Pune 31 Ms.Goonpreet Singh Mumbai Mr. the Equilibrium relationship between Cash Dividends and Stock Prices and Measure the Impact of Stock Dividends on NYSE firms To study Market Attractiveness of Nutraceutical Ingredients (Polyols and Polyphenols) as a part of new Product Development Strategy Jubilant Organosys Ltd. Hotel Roads & Study the factors influencing the choice of hotels for the business travel and the MICE segment Quantitative Study of Global Vikabh Securities Pvt Ltd. LPG Brand Determining the Potential market for Concept Hospitality Pvt Ltd. Delhi J K Singh Warraich 30 Mr. Analysis on the Fundamental Factors Affecting the Prices of Gold and Copper 21 Ms. Distribution Channel for Branded Eggs in Kolkata and Suggesting associated communication Eco-Drive-Branding of Indian Oil Auto Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.Amit Maini Mumbai 27 Mr. Ltd. Projects under the purview of Indian Overseas Bank 23 .No. 19 Mr. KolkataStrategies for Brand Building Devising Mr. Winners Name 18 Ms.Mandeep Tyre.Jayant Kumar Agrawal Hyderabad The Commodity Market with a Detail PCS Securities Ltd. 29 Mr.Yashi Aggarwal Hyderabad SIP Project Tile Company & Location An event based Analysis to measure Metrics4 Analytics Pvt. Switched and Home Automation Mumbai Systems& Product evaluation Brand Preference for JK TBR and Strategies to counter competition Co-relation dynamics of external factors affecting the Indian Equity market Pune Stock Exchange Ltd.Krishna Bhatter Mumbai 28 Mr.Aditi Batheja New-Delhi AXIS BANK. Mumbai 23 Mr.Mayank Bansal Noida 20 Mr.Hrishkesh Naresh Rao Market Feasibility Study for Modular Market Search India Ltd.

other facilities and conveyance Opportunity to learn from the project work in the company Placement opportunities Student's success in setting clear project goals Student's performance in meeting the deadlines and schedules Learning benefits from the project work Benefits to the organization from your (student's) project work Very Good Good Fair Not 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 (Put 9 mark. Parameter Excellent Satisfactory 1 Support received from IBS on project identification.Annexure-VIII SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Format for Student Feedback Name: ______________________________________________ Enrollment No: ______________________ Name of the Internship organization: __________________________________________________________ Company Guide Name: _____________________________________________________________________ City: ________________ Location: ________________ Faculty Guide:_____________________________ S. guidelines and registration process Support received from faculty on clarity of instructions. This form is to be submitted to SIP coordinator along with Project Final Report) _______________________ Date: Signature of the Student 24 . internet.No. suggestions. suggestions. meetings with you (student) and Faculty Guide Support received from company in terms of access to PC. orientation. meetings with you (student) Support received from Company Guide on clarity of instructions.

The details of these sources are included under ‘References’ or ‘Bibliography’. should be written in clear English language with grammatically correct sentences and properly spelled words. Ginzberg E. Martin’s .. Some guidelines related to Harvard style are given in subsequent paragraphs. In the reference list. Choice New York: Columbia University Press Kleinmuntz B. Please note that a separate “Bibliography”.Annexure-IX The Harvard Style of Referencing INTRODUCTION Articles.. MLA style. we generally refer or cite different citations taken from other sources. Axelrad S. Occupational 1951. This enables the reader to find the full details in the “References” list at the end. different styles Chicago style. then you: make clear it’s a quotation (put it in quotation marks). Personality and Assessment New York: St.. Press When to Cite? When you quote directly from other sources in your text. 1982. are followed by such as universities. is not required in the Harvard style. then they are listed in order of year of publication. According to Kleinmuntz (1982). APA style.. research papers. Harvard style. Ginzberg S. and if there is more than one item by a particular author. USE OF REFERENCE CITATIONS WITHIN TEXT Reference citations give information on the sources used in your text. in brackets. which would include items you have consulted but not cited in the text. While writing these papers/ reports. Psychological 25 . all the sources you have cited are listed in alphabetical order by author. personality is a “Unique organization of factors that determines an individual’s pattern of interaction … … … … the preferences of the individual and the availability of positions in the market et (Ginzberg al. and Herma J. etc. the reference citations. If you are quoting directly from the source. which are mentioned within the text. In the Harvard system. cite the reference in the body of your text. institutions and organisations in different countries. L. 1951).. project reports.W. include the work it comes from in the reference list. at the point at which you use them. consist of a note of the author’s name and the date of the work. etc. then the reference will usually indicate the precise place to which you are referring. The Harvard style of referencing educational is being followed by most of the universities and institutions worldwide. For the purpose of referencing.

Readers of your work will be looking for evidence of your own thoughts and conclusions. paraphrases. The Harvard (British Standard) style as set out in BS 1629 requires the authors’ be in names to capitals. of others’ work in work of your own. then you: make clear what you are saying is taken from another source. etc. c) Full title of publication. When you draw on the work of others it should be as evidence for or against your own conclusions. d) Edition of the work. The style of referencing of various sources is given the below: I. b) Year of publication. For individual authors – surname followed by initial(s). 26 . paraphrasing what they say. Only if there has been more than one edition.When you refer indirectly to someone’s work in your text (e. cite the reference in the body of your text. use only the one relevant to the country in which this edition was published. Place of publication (as given on title page) If there are several. What should a Reference List Contain? The reference list provides the details of all the works cited in your text. and thought about.g. If there has. and your own answers to the questions set – but not just a patchwork of of the ideas others. include the work it comes from in the reference list.. Please note that you should not rely too heavily on quotations. etc). summarizing their argument. but not as a substitute for showing that you have understood. For editors – name followed by ed. as the page numbers and content may change between e) f) editions. the resources you have looked at. citations. or eds. in italics or underlined. REFERENCES FROM PRINT MATERIALS 1) From a The details are mentioned in the following book: order: a) Name(s) of author(s)/editor(s)/compiler(s) or the institution responsible. you must say which one. Volume number – if the book is in more than one volume. For organizations – name in full.

JORDAN. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. 2000. . of Workers India. then you should list them used.g) Publisher (not printer). KOTHARI. Icfai University Press. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. preceded by “pp. New Delhi: Thames and If you have referred/ cited a part of the book. ed. a) Author(s) of the part or chapter (surname followed by initial(s)) b) Year of publication c) Title of the part or chapter d) “In:”. If you have used the whole book as background reading. or a book anthology: where different authors have written different chapters.”. Life: Indian . VENKAT. J. If the publisher’s name is abbreviated on the title page it can be abbreviated in your reference. if there has been more than one.. then the details are mentioned in the following order. e) Volume number.D. From a There will be no publisher for a thesis..N.. Managerial Effectiveness and Quality of Work 2003. CHAKRABORTY S K. followed by “ed. In: HARSH BHARGAVA and DEEPAK KUMAR. separately. but otherwise the name should be given in 2) full. you should refer to it as a whole: a) Editor(s) of the volume. N. pp. in italics or underlined. 110– Introduction : The 3) 130. Hyderabad eds.” b) Year of publication. computer interfaces. revised ed. Hudson. if there is more than one. Practice Material for Primary Health .An .” or “eds. New Delhi: Govt. 2006. 2001. From an When you refer to a section in an anthology. you should refer to the part you have If you have cited more than one part. University of Hyderabad. thesis. Insights Ltd. d) Edition. so you should indicate instead thesis: for which it was submitted and the awarding institution. LISA. e) First and last pages of the chapter or part. NGOs: Role and Accountability . Purchase of Services: Guidance and 2006.. g) Publisher. f) Place of publication. Concepts of modern art . Mechanisms for NGO Accountability. The date will be the degree the in which the final version was year approved. then details of the book. c) Full title of publication. 27 A quantitative model for adaptive task allocation in humanUnpublished Ph.

preceded by “pp. From conference papers/ If you are citing an individual paper from proceedings: a volume of conference proceedings you should cite it as you would for a chapter in a book: a) b) Author(s) of the paper. give the date issue: of the SWAMI.. First and last pages of the paper. For newspapers and magazine-type periodicals with no volume number. Martyred for the cause of hatred. 28 c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) . Place of publication. followed by “et al. Article title. 5) The Hindu. and part number in brackets.4) From an article in a journal. 2007. f) First and last pages of the article. 18. pp. list only the first one. e) Volume number.: order . PRAVEEN.” PRASAD.”. and details of the conference What number it was. Periodical title. p. Full title of the volume. T. if part of a series. 20 August. (1). the body whose conference it was in italics Date the conference was held. and TIWARI. Publisher. Title of the paper.K. magazine. “In:” Editor(s) of the volume. If there are more than three authors. A. avoid using abbreviations. Year of publication Note that this may not be the same as the year in which the conference was held. 12. etc. followed by “ed(s)”.” Year of publication. surname followed by initial(s). in italics. 7Education The I .D. Relevance of Soft Skills Training in Management Icfai Journal of Soft Skills. in italics “Proceedings of … ”. Give the full title. 2008. a) The details are mentioned in the following b) c) d) Author(s) of the article. preceded by “pp.

Indian Journal of Cancer Care. including any details of where the exhibition took place. When citing it you should give the full name of the committee as the author. the title of the newspapershould be given in place of the (such as periodical author. Publisher. pp. Where there are a number of living artists involved it will usually be the gallery or b) it.g. (Chairman: Ashok Singhal ). Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Corporate and Marketing 7–8 Communications. Creativity and advertising. but you may add “Chairman:” and the chairman/ chairperson’s name in brackets after the title if this will help readers of your work to identify the 8) report. Mumbai: The Icfai University. known informally “the Dearing Report”). Editorial. From committee Often a government committee report will be reports: by the name of the chairman/ chairperson of the committee (e. NATIONAL COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY INTO HIGHER EDUCATION. 5 Other anonymous authors (for example of a poem or a cartoon) can be listed as “ANON. Catalogue of an exhibition at the 2007.” 29 . April 2003. where the exhibition is a retrospective.g.6) GOVINDRAN A. sponsor.K. Publication date The date the catalogue was published. Higher education 1995.16 September 2006”). Exhibition dates (in the format e. and RANGARAJU M. Gallery. the Title of the catalogue.g. This may be different from the date of exhibition itself. 2005. then use artist the name of the person who wrote or edited c) d) e) f) 7) TATA GALLERY. a) Artist or author Where the exhibition is of a single living artist’s work this will usually be the artist. Mumbai: Tata Tata Gallery. “12 . New challenges for corporate and marketing communications. Place of publication of the catalogue (not the location of the exhibition).21 June 2007. Care 8 (3). In: R. If the catalogue explicitly states it was written by someone other than the (e. p. in the learning . New Delhi: The Government of society India From works where there is no For an unsigned article in a journal or author: an editorial). or is historical). 54– 63 From an exhibition The details are mentioned in the following catalogue: order. 15 April . ed. 2007. Indian Journal of Cancer . Art from South India.BENNETT.

West Bengal. b) Year of publication – usually the release date of the disk. etc. learning education in the . or production company). 2006 [Radio series]. August. Primary 1997. (Chairman: Renu Rastogi). Mumbai: All India Radio FM Gold. the article title should as for a print journal. c) d) e) Publisher (normally the film. etc. Film. followed by “In:” and the details of the be cited larger resource . Medium (e. Kolkata: Government of Panchali . In most cases. must acknowledge them as you would for printed and you materials. Place of publication/production. Format – e.g. From Films. For films you can add “Directed by” and the director’s name if you wish to. “CD-ROM”. Otherwise give the title of the CD-ROM (or other resource) as a whole. there may not be a date. 20 .: these will be collaborative efforts and they should be listed in the reference list under their title. Directed by Satyajit Ray. [CD-ROM]. New Delhi: society The Government of 2) India.g. Date – for films and videos this should be the year of release. Pather . in square brackets. Publisher. broadcasting. a) Author(s)/Editor(s) .II. even when posted free to the ROMs: the intellectual property of the person or organization who produced Internet. Place of publication (normally the main offices of the studio or production company). Radio Broadcasts. The Archers. 30 . REFERENCES FROM ELECTRONIC RESOURCES 1) From CDMaterials in electronic formats. For broadcasts it should be the year of first broadcast. Television Telecasts. are still them. Videos. 1955 [Film]. If you are referring to a long-running series as a whole. DVDs. d) e) f) NATIONAL COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY INTO PRIMARY EDUCATION. Video) in square brackets. c) Title If you are using an article from within a larger resource. a) b) Title.

From The reference citation within your text should contain the case name cases: is usual to put the case name in italics. life.g.g. Year of publication. and the only difference is that you add the format. Title in full. without region abbreviation but with full date. 2003. journals. if pending). Bough.html [Accessed 15 June 2008] GSTEU. The Golden [online] New York: 1922. For online resources that are based etc: print counterparts (online journals or books) it is fairly straightforward to on their identify authors. the web address and “accessed date”. European patent 1474707 2004-1110. i) “Accessed” and the accessed date in square brackets.3) From online books. The reference list should and year. “European patent” for EP). web pages.. Sir J. Macmillan. dates etc."). in italics. d) Country / Region (e. If the patent is assigned to the inventor’s company or university only the company or university is cited. Publisher.G. fields. M. d) Number of the first page of the case (Do not use "p. Medium e. It contain: a) The case name.bartleby. [online] 69(1).com/ [Accessed 10 Journal July 2008] III. c) Title. 395 2) 31 . a) Applicant/ Assignee (NOTE: The Harvard style does not give the inventor(s) if they are different to the assignee.com/196/168.ebscohost. the work – only if there has been more than one Edition of edition. The tree: a symbol of PSA . SQUID detected NMR and MRI at ultralow 2004.. “Available from:” and the web address. Available from:http://www. c) The case report series abbreviation. “online” in square brackets. Place of publication. REFERENCES FROM LEGAL MATERIALS 1) From The details are mentioned in the following patents: order. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. 1 SCR 580: AIR 1966 SC Factories. e) Patent number. FRAZER. b) The year. Union of India v West Punjab 1966.) b) Year the patent was approved (applied for. For an online book by a single author/group of authors be: this will a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Author(s) . Available from: http://www.

2) c) 32 . b) "c. c. Statutory The details are mentioned in the following Instruments: order.... tables. 30. illustrations. a) Title and year. 2000. MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES 1) From figures. in the I format yyyy/ (nnn)n." followed by its number within the year of its enactment. a) Short title. K.I. “s. The R.: or is not a substantial work in its own right (e. so there Act’s is need to repeat it in no brackets. The Milk Marketing Board (Dissolution) Order S.” followed by the section number.g. The year is treated as part of etc. the and the year it was enacted. as in this example: . Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education Act." followed by chapter number (Note: This is not a section number within the Act the Act's own chapter number within the session of its but enactment. It is acceptable to give an approximate date. if it was not exhibited in the artist’s lifetime). b) Date. 2002/128. Part IV-B Extraordinary. 33. Quantitative analysis (descriptive).4. 2003 s. PRABHAKAR. Kolkata: Blackwell Science. to distinguish it from acts with same title enacted in other years. 3) IV. No.. … In the reference list. Copyright (Visually Impaired Persons) Act . research process in 4th ed. in italics. a biography) you should cite the author of the article or book as author. This should be the year in which the work was first exhibited (or the year in which it is thought to have been produced. in italics. The Andhra 1998. Where the figure or illustration is the author’s etc.22. you should cite: a) Artist(s).g.N. 365– nursing.4) shows that the majority of patients . pp. the title. if it is a family snapshot used in own work.. b) "S.. 2002. … Prabhakar’s graph (2000 p.) c) If you are quoting a section. 371 Fig. In: SUNDARAM. in the format e.From legislation: Within your text. the larger work from which the illustration comes will appear.. the reference citation should take the form of name of the Act. Title. 1470”. including year of publication. Pradesh Gazette. “c. 382 From original If you are citing a work of art itself (rather than an illustration artworks: of it).

This should be the gallery. Action research. Place of publication. in which it can be seen. Publisher. SECONDARY REFERENCING It is best to quote from the original source. Oil on canvas.d) e) f) Format e. The research process in 4th CORMACK. This should be the town/city of the gallery. Series – if it is part of a series. Ballater. cathedral.. Blackwell Science. Landranger. Institution. ORDNANCE SURVEY.. Art Gallery. but the reference is to the work of Clark. 183–196 nursing. etc. Clark discusses Lewin’s work on “action research” in some detail (Clark 2000)..g “Oil on canvas” or “Multimedia installation”. Glen Clova and surrounding 1: 50 2001. This may be a company or a corporate body such as the Ordnance Survey.g.E. d) e) f) g) Scale – expressed as a ratio. Therefore. Trivandrum: Kerala State RAVI VARMA. etc. a journal article) should maps: for any other illustration. it is the secondary source (the one you have actually looked at) that appears in reference the list. the Geological Survey of India. V. ed. but sometimes you may have to quote a source quoted in another (secondary) work. 1890. etc. In this example. you must make clear as it is in your text both the source you are quoting and the secondary source you are quoting from. 000. Where this happens. Lady with the Lamp. However. RAJA. a) Cartographer. 3) From A map which is contained in a larger work (e. though Lewin is being quoted. b) Date of publication. c) Title. In: D. J. For a map which is published separately in its be cited as own you should right cite. Place. where the artwork can be seen. Clark appears in the reference list. 2000. CLARK. Southampton: Ordnance Survey. area. pp. Oxford: 33 .

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