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By

Name

Enrolment Number:

A Dissertation

Submitted to the Faculty of

Globsyn Business School in Partial Fulfilment of

the Requirements for the Post Graduate Program

in Management,

Month, Year

DEDICATION

(If any)

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By

Name

Approved:

_________________________________

(Name)

Internal Guide

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CERTIFICATE FROM INTERNAL GUIDE

Date:

The Director

Globsyn Business School

XI-11 & 12, , Block EP , Sector V

Salt Lake Electronics Complex

Kolkata 700091

West Bengal

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INDIA

Dear Sir,

Sub: Sub Candidate for Post Graduate Program in Management

I have the pleasure of forwarding the following project dissertation.

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1. Name of the Candidate:

2. Title of Study:

3. Date of Submission:

4. Specialisation Field: (Name)

5. Pages in Study: (___)

I further certify the following:

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1. The candidate has completed the work to my satisfaction

2. This is an original work of the candidate and to best of my knowledge

has not been published anywhere else

3. The use of existing works have been duly acknowledged

4. The candidate has spend a minimum of 30 hours while conducting the

study

The dissertation may now be evaluated for the purpose of awarding

Postgraduate Diploma.

Yours sincerely,

Internal Guide

Name of the Guide:

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DECLARATION OF ORIGINALITY

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This is to declare that the work is entirely my own and not of any other person,

unless explicitly acknowledged (including citation of published and unpublished

sources).

The work has not previously been submitted in any form to Globsyn Business

School, or to any other institution for assessment for any other purpose.

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I further declare that I have devoted a minimum of 30 hours to study the topic.

Name:

Enrolment Number:

Signed:

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Date:

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The author wishes to express.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Approval Note

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Certificate from Internal Guide

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Declaration of Originality

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Acknowledgement

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Table of Content

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List of Tables

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List of Figures

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Abstract

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Dissertation: Chapter 1

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Dissertation: Chapter 2

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Dissertation: Chapter 3

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Dissertation: Chapter 4

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Dissertation: Chapter 5

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Dissertation: Chapter 6

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References

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Appendix

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LIST OF TABLES

TABLE

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5.1

The First Table...............................................................................................................

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5.2

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LIST OF FIGURES

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5.2

The Second Figure........................................................................................................

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ABSTRACT

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Title of Study: DISSERTATION TITLE GOES HERE. IF IT IS OVER ONE LINE, THEN IT

IS LINED UP IN THIS FASHION.

Write the abstract here. The maximum number of words preferred in the

dissertation abstract is 350.

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CHAPTER 1 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Study Background 1.1.1. This is where you might discuss something about the general history of the field of study and allow a general reader to better understand the rationale for your chosen study. Some literature references might be used here and cited appropriately. 1.2. Study Area 1.2.1. If you have been studying a particular location or a specific issue then this would be a good place to describe the issue or provide a map and some background about the study focus. 1.2.2. If you are focusing on any industry, you can describe the industry here including any performance figures that you would like to cite. 1.3. Dissertation Structure 1.3.1. You can provide a brief overview of what the chapters that follow will contain and your justification for the chosen dissertation structure format.

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Aim and Objectives 1.4.1. This section allows you to discuss why you chose the project you did and what your motivation was. You must also state your research aim/question clearly and provide a bullet-point list of your objectives. 9

1.4.2. Normally, you would provide a short lead-in to the next chapter (Lit. Review) and wrap up the first chapter.

CHAPTER 2 2. LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1. Introduction 2.1.1. Here you may introduce the literature review and say why it is important. You can discuss the broad themes of literature examined. Literature review essentially identifies the broad issues that are being discussed or debated in the area of your study. 2.2. <First broad Theme of literature examined> 2.2.1. Discuss your first theme starting with the oldest literature first and finishing with the most recent 2.3. 2.4. <Second broad theme of literature examined> Continue with the different sections until you have critically reviewed all of appropriate literature. You can finish with a lead-in to the next chapter

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CHAPTER 3 3. DATA AND METHODS 3.1. Introduction 3.1.1. This is where you might give a brief introduction to the specific nature of your intended research what data you intend you use and what your overall methods and techniques will be 3.2. Data Used 3.2.1. Discuss the data that you will be using. Is it primary or secondary data? Will you be compiling the data your self (from questionnaires for example) or using census data from a government source?). What are the spatial and temporal characteristics of the data? Are there any known or anticipated sources of error in the data? 3.2.2. Special characteristics a) 3.3. Discuss specific data characteristics within a sub-section

Methods and techniques 3.3.1. These may have their own section of they are different enough. Some literature references might be used here cited appropriately. 3.3.2. A specific method a) Use subsections to discuss a specific topic or technique

3.4.

You can finish with a brief summary and then a lead-in to the next chapter

CHAPTER 4 4. RESULTS 4.1. Introduction 4.1.1. Here you might briefly discuss the contents of the sections which follow if you have different types of data to describe. Remember to cross-reference back to the methods chapter if necessary

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<Results for a theme> 4.2.1. Data should be shown in its synthesised form. Large tables of raw data should be put in the appendix at the back and then referenced accordingly.

4.3.

Discussion of results 4.3.1. The last section here can usefully synthesise the body of results presented. You should highlight the key results and emphasise their importance in relation to the overall dissertation aim.

4.4.

You can finish with a brief summary and then a lead-in to the next chapter

CHAPTER 5 5. DISCUSSION 5.1. Introduction 5.1.1. This section might be a useful point for reminding the reader what the original study aim/research question was.

5.2.

Discussion 5.2.1. From this point you may discuss the results in detail and in particular, make cross reference to external peer review literature and statements in the context of the original study aim.

CHAPTER 6 6. CONCLUSIONS 6.1. Conclusions 6.1.1. This is a relatively short chapter. You should simply address the original research aim/research question in the context of your findings and provide some final conclusions making use of appropriate literature references if necessary.

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Recommendations 6.2.1. Any recommendations for further study and perhaps a statement of what you might have done differently (in hindsight) can be stated here.

REFERENCES

[1] Name of Authors, Title of Publication, Publication, Publisher, Publication

Volume and Year, Pages.

[2] Name of Authors, Title of Publication, Publication, Publisher, Publication

Volume and Year, Pages.

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APPENDIX

Provide large tables and allied here in the appendix.

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