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Technical Internship Program 2010

Operational
Guide

Technology Management
Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management &
Engineering

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Calendar
Technical Internship 2010
February 08, 2010 (Monday): Reporting at the Company
April 24,2010 (Saturday): Compulsory Technical
Internship Closes
June 30,2010 (Wednesday) : Extended Technical
Internship Closes
July 1, 2010 (Thursday): Trimester X Commences

Contents
Guidelines to Students

1. Introduction ……………………………………………………………………… ……
2. Discipline and Conduct ………………………………………………………………..
3. Registration ……………………………………………………………………………
4. TIP Evaluation Criteria ………………………………………………………………..
5. TIP Completion ………………………………………………………………………..
6. Student Feedback Form ……………………………………………………………….

Faculty – Student Interaction

1. Faculty Guidance ……………………………………………………………………...


2. Faculty Feedback Form ………………………………………………………………..
3. Evaluation Schedule …………………………………………………………………...
4. Evaluation Guidelines …………………………………………………………………

Annexure

1. Initial Information Report (IIR) Proforma …………………………………………….


2. Guidelines for Project Report Preparation …………………………………………….
3. Student Feedback Form ……………………………………………………………...
4. Faculty Feedback Form ………………………………………………………………
5. Evaluation Sheet (Project Proposal Report, Interim Report.
Final Report) Proforma …...………………………………………………………….
6.Master Sheet for Reporting to MPSTME …………………………………………….
7. Format for Due Diligence Certificate …...…………………………………………...

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INTRODUCTION interact with the mentor of the host organization


to monitor the student’s progress. The
responsibility of the student in this regard is to
The Technical Internship Program (TIP) forms regularly report to the supervisor, and cooperate
an important component of education at in effective monitoring.
MPSTME. It is an attempt to bridge the gap
between the academic institution and corporate Student – Mentor Interaction
world. At MPSTME, students undertake a 3
months (11 weeks) TIP at any organization The Mentor acts as a project guide from the host
during the IX trimester followed by summer organization and helps in identifying the
vacation and prior to commencement of assignment suitable for the student. Later he/she
Trimester X. The program carries a weightage of would play the role of a technical guide to the
200 marks. The TIP, which would be a student. He would along with the supervisor
simulation of real work environment, requires evaluate the student on TIP work progress. The
that the students undergo the rigor of mentor’s time should not be taken for granted
professional environment both in form and and students should approach him/her well
substance. In the process it provides an prepared for specific assistance or guidance or
opportunity for students, to satisfy their suggestions on the project.
inquisitiveness to know more details, expose
them to technical skills, and helps them to
acquire social skills by drawing them into DISCIPLINE AND CONDUCT
communication with outside professionals for
continuous interaction. Attendance
For proper coordination and ensuring organized 100% attendance during TIP is compulsory.
and smooth conduct, each student would be However, if for any genuine reason a student is
under the guidance of an MPSTME faculty ( not in a position to report to the TIP organization
referred as Supervisor). A representative of the on any day, he/she should obtain formal
industry/organization (referred as Mentor) also permission for leave of absence as per the rules
guides the student and assists the faculty in and regulations of the TIP organization.
monitoring the student’s progress. Permission should also be taken from MPSTME
faculty in charge of TIP..
Assignments
Conduct and Behaviour
TIP is a vehicle for introducing students to real- As interns, students are placed in the role of
life situation, which cannot be simulated in the ambassadors of MPSTME, the institute would
classroom. Therefore TIP assignments must always expect students to maintain professional
necessarily be those of direct interest to the host and social imprints of high standards in the
organization. Students are encouraged to take up organization.
assignments, which are technical, multi-
disciplinary, involve teamwork, are mission and MPSTME expects that the students shall at all
goal oriented, and are time bound. Solutions to times during TIP conform to the rules and
various problems confronted in the assignment regulations of his/her place of work. It is
might be open ended, involving an element of particularly important to be regular, punctual and
analytical thinking, processing and decision – obedient at work. During the period of TIP the
making in the face of insufficient data student shall be subject to the leave rules of the
parameters and uncertain situations. organization he/she is working for. Ensure strict
adherence to the timings of the organization.
Student – Faculty interaction
Unprofessional behavior, misconduct,
The supervisor will play the role of a coordinator indiscipline, irregularity at work and
with the host organization and facilitator to the unsatisfactory performance will lead to
student to ensure smooth pursuing of the TIP. disciplinary action MPSTME might deem fit to
The supervisor would efficiently coordinate and impose.A no-due certificate should be taken

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from the organizationby the student at the close report submissions. Please go through the
of the internship and submitted to the guidelines and structure your report accordingly.
MPSTME Office.
EVALUATION PROCESS
REGISTRATION
Initial Information Report (IIR)
All students should positively report to TIP (One copy to be submitted to the MPSTME
organization on or before February 08, 2010 for Supervisor & one to Mentor)
Internship.
This report is to be submitted to MPSTME
TIP being on-the-job training (OJT), students Center as per Proforma attached as Annexure-I,
should essentially work for minimum 11 weeks Care must be taken to ensure that all information
at the TIP organization. provided in this report is accurate.

Students can proceed for TIP-2010 only after The IIR is not a component of evaluation but it is
they clear all dues mandatory that all students must submit a copy
(fee/library/computer/casebooks, telephone, to MPSTME Supervisor and Mentor.
others) at their MPSTME center.
Project Proposal (PP)
(One copy to be submitted each to mentor &
TIP EVALUATION CRITERION Supervisor)

Before beginning your assignment check if any This report must cover the following aspects:
of your seniors had earlier undergone TIP at the
(i) Synopsis: A statement of about 100-words
same organization. If yes, do collect the report
describing what the project is about.
submitted by those interns and study then
carefully. Copies of such reports would be
available at the MPSTME library to which you (ii) Goals: Stating what the project will
accomplish and the value-addition to the
are attached. The previous report should be only
company.
used as a guide and there should be no verbatim
copying . Students are required to maintain a log
book ( of A4 size in bound/spiral form – at least (iii) Proposed Methodology.
one page per day, maintained chronologically) in
which they may make all their noting /drawings (iv) Schedule: A time frame indicating steps that
etc. This log book should be shown to and will be required and the expected date when they
will be completed.
initialed by the mentor and supervisor
periodically. The log book should be retained by
the student as it helps for future reference (v) Reference: Initial list of Bibliographic and
internet materials that would be used to complete
Apart from giving you an exposure to real work the project.
situations, the TIP provides you with a
meaningful opportunity to learn the art and skills
of information/data identification, classification, Interim Report (IR)
acquisition, processing and presentation. The (One copy to be submitted each to supervisor
significance of the log book can be appreciated & Mentor)
in this context and hence is a part of the
evaluation of TIP. This report is an interim version of the final
report. By this time the student would have done
Projects under the TIP could be of a significant substantial work on his/her project. This report is
importance to the host organization – in terms of an attempt to document the work done so far by
their objective of “technical Documentation” the student and how he expects to proceed
aiming at updating or modernization of further. An interim report must contain:
information systems. Therefore please take care
in properly documenting your work. For your (i) Cover
benefit we have given below broad guidelines for (ii) Title Page
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(iii) Abstract 2. Methodology and implementation
(iv) Introduction 3. Ability to analyze the problem
(v) Main Text (should contain a 4. Logical sequencing, organizing and data
detailed outline of the project) handling
(vii) References 5. Findings, Observations, Concluding
remarks in terms of the objectives set earlier and
Seminars the future scope of the problem.

The seminar (Interim Seminar and Final The Project Reports are to be prepared based on
Seminar) tests the students in terms of the the guidelines given in Annexure II.
following
Executive Summary Report
1. Knowledge of basic concepts (Two Copies to be submitted to Supervisor)
2. Ability to apply the knowledge Executive summary report is summary of TIP
3. Ability to analyze the problem report in 5-6 pages required to be submitted by
4. Logical development of the subject the student along with final project report. This
5. Effective oral communication report would be used along with Resume of
student for placement purpose. Students are to
Project Report take utmost care in writing the report.
(One copy to be submitted each to supervisor & Further, the students are advised to retain a copy
mentor) with them for further use.

The project guide (Interim Report and Final


Report), which is the written component of
evaluation, is judged for the following points.

1. Comprehensive of the problem &


objective of the study
TIP Evaluation Schedule

Student’s Activity Evaluator Evaluator’s Weightage


Submission Evaluation
Date Date
15/2/2010 Last day for submission MPSTME Placement - --
of Initial Information Coordinator
Report.
1/3/2010 Project Proposal MPSTME Faculty 8/3/2010 10
20/3/2010 Interim Report* (18 *2 MPSTME Faculty/ Project 31/03/2010 40
= 36 marks) Guide
Interim Seminar* (2* 2 MPSTME Faculty/ Project
= 4 marks) Guide
5/7/2010 Final Report MPSTME Faculty/ External 23/07/2010 60
Evaluator
Executive Summary MPSTME Faculty -
Report
24th & Final Seminar MPSTME Faculty/ External 25/07/2010 25
25th/7/2010 Examiners
Viva MPSTME Faculty/ External 65
Examiners
*mentor and supervisor to give marks separately; which will be added later.

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TIP COMPLETION STUDENT FEEDBACK FORM

TIP will close on June 30, 2010 and Trimester X In an effort to strengthen and improve the TIP
will commence on July 1, 2010. Program, the Placements department collects
feedback on the entire program from the
On successful completion of minimum 11 week students. A feedback is designed for this purpose
TIP program the student must collect a relieving and aims at collecting students’ views and
letter and no dues certificate from the host opinions on the basis if their experiences
organization and should be submitted at regarding various aspects during the TIP
MPSTME Center. Program. It also foresees the chances for
converting these fruitful experiences into a long -
term relationship with the corporate world. All
Your success in value addition to the TIP students must submit the duly filled – up
organization would enable you to nurture a feedback form provided as Annexure – III.
longer-term relationship with them, which could
be of immense use to you for pursuing MIP
projects later in Trimester XIII. Eventually this
could also translate into placement opportunities
for you.

On returning from the TIP compare your


assignment with those carried out by your batch
mates. Wherever feasible, comparative study of
different industries or different units in the same
industry could be attempted by pooling together
the database created by the entire class and
publishing the results. Apart from giving the
student author’s academic distinction, such study
or collective research would be of immense use
to MPSTME students, faculty members,
researchers, industries, consultants etc. Such
documents could be updated every year ad over a
period of time would enable us to create a unique
industrial database.

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Faculty – Student Interaction


with the project guide and professional experts.
FACULTY GUIDANCE Ask the students to come well prepared for these
interactions so that the project guide’s and the
The Summer Internship Program (TIP) at expert’s time is not wasted.
MPSTME can best be described as an attempt to
Regular periodic interaction of the faculty with
bridge the gap between the corporate world and
the student and respective of the TIP
MPSTME. The TIP gives exposure – oriented
and aims at initiating and orienting the student organization is necessary for the successful
towards professional life. completion of the program. This interaction
helps in continues monitoring and in guiding the
student in the assigned work. The quality of the
Every student is assigned a faculty guide at the
work, conduct and discipline at work, and other
beginning of the TIP. The role of the faculty
guide during the TIP is to facilitate the student to work – centered parameters of evaluation of the
undertake a meaningful project, provide the student will be monitored by both the faculty
necessary academic guidance, and to facilitate guide and project guide.
evaluation, with the aid of the company
executives, while TIP is in progress. In order to The faculty would be required to explain to all
make the TIP more meaningful, the faculty guide the executive he/she is interacting with in the
must be involved at all stages beginning from the TIP organization, the basic tents and features of
the TIP at MPSTME and the importance attached
“definition of the work content” to the project
to it. The importance of periodic monitoring of
completion.
the progress and the project guide and other
representative of the organization for ensuring its
During this period of 10 weeks as Faculty Guide
(supervisor) has the entire – responsibility of the success must be stressed effectively.
student’s performance. It is therefore necessary
that faculty meet the students in the organization The faculty may invite the project guide for all
intermediate stages of the student for his
on timely basis to ascertain not only their
comments and evaluation as per the decision of
physical presence but also to monitor their daily
work continuously. During student interactions, the institute. For the final round of evaluation the
the student is to be informed about his/her faculty should also ensure the participation of the
performance, progress in the project, etc. The department head or any other senior official of
the organization preferably HR personnel
students are to be informed about his/her
responsible for Campus placement and
strengths and weakness as observed through the
Internship apart from the project guide. This may
various evaluation components and also suggest
be in the form of an “Internal Seminar” which
ways so that the student improves. However, the
may be held at the site of internship. The date of
student also has the responsibility to seek
clarification respective faculty on all the above the seminar may be fixed in advance in the 6th
aspects regularly. week of the internship and evaluation will be
done as per criteria given. The seminar will be
Faculty Guide is expected with the Student’s – compulsorily attended by the mentor and
Project Guide (mentor) and professional experts supervisor; however as many concerned people
from the industry may participate as mentioned
regularly – initially to chalk out an effective
above.
interaction plan, and later to know about the
student’s progress in his/her respective project in
relation to the quality and quantity of work put in Faculty Feedback Form
by the student. Inviting the project guides and
experts to the seminars and group discussions is In an effort to strengthen and improve the TIP
a good way of involving them in the TIP Program, the MPSTME collects feedback on the
Program. entire program from the faculty. A feedback
form is designed for this purpose and aims at
Faculty are advised to ensure that the student collecting faculty’s views and opinions on the
discusses the progress made in his / her work and basis of the Faculty Feedback Form is provided
also seek clarification regarding doubts (if any) as Annexure – IV.
related to their work in the regular interaction
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EVALUATION SCHEDULE TARGETS ( For Faculty)


Evaluation Instruments Weightage Evaluation to be Last date for submission of statement
(%) completed by date of marks to MPSTME exam
department
Initial Information -- --
Report
Project Proposal 10 8/3/2010 31/7/2010
Interim Report* 20*2 31/3/2010
Interim Seminar
Final Report* 60 23/7/2010
Executive Summary
Report**
Final Seminar 25 24 & 25/07/2010
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* Two copies of Interim and Final Report have to be submitted by the student toMPSTME Office. One copy
is to be forwarded to the project guide (mentor) for evaluation at his / her end.

** Two copies of executive summary report have to be submitted by the student. Faculty is to retain one
copy at center and forward 2nd copy to placement cell MPSTME for placement process.

EVALUATION GUIDELINES faculty along-with representatives of the TIP


organization. It is desirable to involve as many
In order to bring about uniformity in evaluation representatives as possible from the TIP
at each of the organizations and to minimize organization. Each evaluator (including
subjectivity in evaluating students it is essential MPSTME – Faculty) may independently award
to adopt a unified evaluation procedure at all marks against the criteria examined under
centers. The board guidelines in evaluation of the Seminar and project reports as pre proforma
enclosed at Annexure – V (A,B and C).
four major instruments used for evaluation of the
thereafter the concerned MPSTME – Faculty
TIP at MPSTME viz. project proposal, interim
report, seminars and project report are given in should submit to Deans/Chairperson the master
under evaluation criterion to: list after averaging the total marks awarded by
all the evaluators as per format at Annexure –
VI.
Initial Information Report
Deans/Chairperson should transmit the master
This report is not meant for evaluation. It should list submitted by all the faculty members
be sent to MPSTME after signature of mentor covering all the students along with a
and the supervisor by 15th February, 2010. “Certificate of Due Diligence” as per format
furnished at annexure – VII within the stipulated
Submission of Reports & Marks to dates.
MPSTME

(i) Marks after each round of


evaluation should be reported within the last
dates stipulated for the same.
(ii) Evaluations in respect of Seminar
and Project Reports be done by MPSTME
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Annexure I
Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management
& Engineering
Technical Internship Program
Initial Information Report (IIR)

Name of the Student : ………………………………………………………

Roll No. : ………………………………………………………


Contact Details : Mobile _______________ Email______________
Name of the Organization : ………………………………………………………

Address of the Organization : ………………………………………………………

……………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………….

City: ………………………. Pin: ………………….

Main Activity of the Organization : ………………………………………………………

Name of the Head of the Organization : ………………………………………………………

Designation and Address of the Head of the


Organization : ………………………………………………………

……………………………………………………….

City: ……………………… Pin: ……………………

Telephone Numbers : (O) ………………………… (R) …………………..

Fax Numbers : ………………………………………………………

E-mail : ………………………………………………………

Name &Designation of the Project Guide : ………………………………………………………

……………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………….

………………………………………………………..

Telephone Numbers : (O) ………………………….. (R ) ………………..


Email :………………………………………………………
Reporting Date : ………………………………………………………
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Internship Period : From …………………To………………….

Facilities Available to the Students : ………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………

Work Timings at the Organization : ………………………………………………………

Amount of Stipend Expected to be


Provided ( If Any) : ………………………………………………………

Description of Project in brief : ………………………………………………………

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………...….

…...…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

………...……………………………………………………………………………………………………….

……………...………………………………………………………………………………………………….

TIP Schedule at the Organization : ………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

…..….………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Date: …………………………………….
Signature of the Student

……………………………………………..
Signature of Project Guide (Mentor)

…………………………………… ………………………………….
Name of Faculty(Supervisor) assigned Signature of HOD
To guide the Student

……………………………………
Signature of Dean

Date:
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Annexure II
GUIDELINES FOR WRITING A PROJECT REPORT
A project Report is a written presentation
of the work done by the students on a (ii)Title Page: This element may contain
given assignment. It is important to bear the following information:
in mind that even though the project
report is submitted only at the end of any i)Title of the report
given assignment, in reality it is a ii)Name of the author
culmination of continuous efforts on the iii)Name of the authority for
part of the students. the report was written
(iv)Contract, project or job number (if,
Writing a Project Report any)
(v) Distribution list
The TIP requires submission of project
report not just to MPSTME but also to the
organization where the student is Contract:
undergoing TIP. What follows is a general A REPORT
guideline on writing a project report. ON
(Title of the Project in CAPITAL
LETTERS)
The parts included in a report depend on
the type of report you are writing, the
requirements of your audience, the By
organization you are working for, and the (The name of the author)
length of your report. In a generalized
sense an ideal project report should cover A report submitted in partial
the following elements. fulfillment of the requirements of 5
years Integrated MBA (Tech) Program
(i)Cover, (ii) Title Page, (iii)certificate of of Mukesh Patel School of
completion (iv)Acknowledgments,(v) Tecnhology Management &
Table of Illustrations, (vi) Abstract, (vii) Engineering, NMIMS
Introduction, (viii) Main Text, (ix)
Conclusions and/or Recommendations, (x) Distribution List:
Appendices (if necessary), (xi)
References, (xii) Glossary (if necessary).
(iii) Certificate of completion: As per the
(i)Cover: This is the first page of the following format.
report. It should contain the title of the ( To be given on Company Letter Head)
report, name(s) of the author(s), name of Completion Certificate
the organization and the date on which it
is submitted. The format of this page is
given below and should be adhered to. This is certify that

SVKM’s Narsee Monjee Shri/Smt./Kum……………………………


Mukesh Patel School of Tecnhology ……………………………………………
Management & Engineering, NMIMS
A REPORT Roll No…………………………………
ON Has completed the training & project as a
(Title of the Project in CAPITAL part of Technical Internship in our
LETTERS) company as mentioned below and the
report is also submitted.

By (i) Project Title:


(ii) Date of Joining:
(The name of the author)
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(Name of the organization):
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(iii) Date of Completion: numerals have been used and from
‘introduction’ onwards Arabic numerals
have been used.
In partial fulfillment of XIII Trimester
Technical Internship for MBA(Tech) Table of Contents
program of Mukesh Patel School of
Technology Management & Engineering, Acknowledgements ii
Narsee Monjee Institute of Management
Studies (NMIMS ) ( Deemed-to-be List if Illustrations iii
University), Mumbai.
Abstract

……………………. 1. Introduction 1
1.1 Purpose, Scope, and Limitations 1
Industry Mentor 1.2 Sources and Methods 2
1.3 Report Organization 3
Date:-
Place 2. Industrial analysis 5
Company Seal:
2.1 _________________________
(iv) Acknowledgements: There are many persons 2.2 _________________________
who may have helped you during the course of
your project. It is your duty to acknowledge and 3. __________________________ 10
thank them for their help. Customarily, thanks are
due to the following persons in the given order. 3.1 _________________________
(i)Head of the organization, (ii) Project Guide, (iii) 3.2 _________________________
Faculty In charge, (iv) Others.

(v) Table of Contents: The main function of this


(vi)List of Illustrations: A separate list of
element is to give the reader an overall view of the
illustrations is given immediately after the
report. The main divisions as well as the
table of contents in case of a large number
subdivisions should be listed with the number of
of (more than ten) tables and figures. Its
page on which they first appear. It helps the reader
layout is the same as that of the table of
locate a particular topic or sub-topic easily. While
contents and it gives information about the
preparing the table of contents you have to bear in
number, title and page reference of each
mind the following points about its layout:
illustration. If the number of illustrations
is very large, divide it into two parts,
namely, List of Tables, and List of
 Leave a 1” margin on the left and a 1” Figures.
margin on the right, the top and the
bottom. (vii)Abstract: The abstract tells in
 Write the phrase “Table of Contents” on concentrated form what the report is
the top center in CAPITALS. about. The purpose of this element is to
 Write the number of the item to indicate enable the reader, to gather important
the sequence of items. After the number information quickly without having to go
leave three or four space and then type the through the whole report. An abstract
first heading. should be self-sufficient and intelligible,
 Indent second – order headings three or without reference to any other part of the
four space. report. It is never intended as a substitute
 Leave two space between main headings for the original document. But it must
and one space between sub-headings. contain sufficient information to allow the
reader to ascertain his/her interest.
An example of a table of contents is given
below. Observe that for numbering pages (viii)Introduction: In this element the
up to ‘abstract’ lower case Roman problem is introduced. It should contain
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the purpose of the report, limitations, chart and the computer program have to
scope of study, specifying its limitations, be in the main body of the report. You
methods of collecting data and their should decide the sequencing according to
sources sufficient background material your own needs.
including literature survey to present the
reader a clear picture of the work. An (xii) References: All references should be
outline of the work should also form a part given in this section. List references
of the introduction. alphabetically by the author’s last name
or, when the author is unknown, by the
(ix) Main Text: This section discusses or title of the reference. We cite below two
describes the main business of the report. examples of writing references:
The main function of this part is to present
data in an organized form, discuss its i) Ages, Warren K., Philip H. Ault, and
significance and analysis and the results Edwin Emery. Perspective on Mass
that flow there from. Usually it has several Communication, 2nd ed. New York:
sections grouped under different headings Harper & Row, 1992 (for books).
and sub-headings. It contains the
experimental work / data collection, the ii) “Time to Call in the Boss” Business
survey done, a description of activities, Week” 27 July 1999, 32-36. (For
the results obtained / illustrations, the periodicals).
discussion and interpretations, etc.

(xiii) Glossary (if necessary): A glossary


Significance discrepancies in results is a list of technical words used in the
should be called to the reader’s attention, report and their explanation. If, however,
even when it is admitted that no the number of such words is small, they
reasonable explanation can be offered. are generally explained in the footnotes.

(x) Conclusions And / Or Whether you should include a glossary in


Recommendation (if any): The your report will depend upon who is going
conclusions and / or recommendations are to read your report. If the reader’s field of
based on the discussions and expertise is the one to which your report
interpretations of the results obtained. It relates, there is no need for a glossary. But
would be helpful to the reader if other if the audience is drawn from other areas,
possibilities pertaining to the stated it is advisable to give a glossary.
conclusions and / or recommendations are
discussed.

(xi) Appendices (if necessary): The


contents of an appendix are essentially
those which support or elaborate the
matter in the main text. The matter, which
is essential but which unnecessarily,
diverts the attention of the reader from the
main problem, is generally put into the
Appendix. We give below some items
which normally form part of the appendix.
These are:
(i) calculation sheets, (ii) supplementary
details of instructions, (iii) flow charts,
(iv) computer programs, (v) the
questionnaire, (vi) large maps, (vii)
samples of the work done, etc.

If the project itself is to make a computer


program for some problem, then the flow
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Annexure III
Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management
& Engineering
Student Feedback Form
(To be completed by the student)
Name of the Student : ………………………………………………………………..

Roll No. : ……………………………………………………..


Contact Detail : Mobile ……………………… Email………………………
Name of the Center : Mumbai / Shirpur

Supervisor Name : ……………………………………………………..

TIP Organization

Name of the Organization : ……………………………………………………..

Address : ……………………………………………………..

: ……………………………………………………..

: ……………………………………………………..

: City: …………………… Pin: ……………………..

Telephone Numbers : ………………………………………………………………..

Fax Numbers : ………………………………………………………………..

E-mail : ……………………………………………………..

Project Guide Name : ……………………………………………………..

Designation : ……………………………………………………..

Head of the Organization : ……………………………………………………..

Functional Head Name : Finance:……………………………………………..

:Marketing: ……………………………………………………

: IT: …………………………………………………………...

: HR: …………………………………………………………...

:Others: ………………………………………………………..
Project Details
Project Period From:………………………… To:……………………….

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Name of the Project : ………………………………………………………………..

Area of the Project : ……………………………………………………..

1. Brief description of the project (5 Lines): …………………………………………………


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2. Did the 11-week (or extended period) term contribution to your personal growth, learning and
knowledge enrichment?
Please tick ().

To a very large extent Large extent To a certain extent No, did not contribute

3. Did your TIP project contribute directly/indirectly towards the growth, value addition of the
organization?

To a very large extent large extent To a certain extent No, did not contribute

4. How would you rate your term of 12-weeks at the TIP organization?

Excellent Very Good Good Fair

5. On what aspects did your Mentor encourage/advise/suggest for personal improvement from your side.
………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

6. On what aspects did your Supervisor encourage/advise/suggest for personal improvement from your
side.
………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

7. Can your TIP Project be enhanced by your immediate junior(s)in anyway?

Possible May be, possible Can try not possible

8. If yes, what projects would you suggest/advise for the same?


………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………

9. How much would you rate chances of getting a MIP ( Management Internship Program) in the TIP
Organization?

Very Good Good Fair No

10. How much would you rate your chances of getting a Final Placement in the TIP Organization?

Very Good Good Fair No


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Annexure IV
Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management
& Engineering
Faculty Feedback Form
(To be duly completed by the faculty)
Name of the Faculty : ……………………………………………………

Name of the Center : Mumbai / Shirpur

Area of Specialization : ……………………………………………………

Guidance provided to
(Names of the Students) :

………………………………………….. …………………………………………………..

………………………………………….. ………………………………………………….

………………………………………….. ………………………………………………….

Organization interacted with


(Names of the Organizations) :

………………………………………….. ………………………………………………….

………………………………………….. …………………………………………………..

………………………………………….. …………………………………………………..

1. During the 11-week (or extended period) TIP Program how did your find your students performance in
all aspects.

Excellent Very Good Good Fair

2. Where the students able to handle the assignments/tasks without any guidance/assistance/
consultation from you?

To a very large extent large extent To a certain extent No, needed assistance

3. What do you think were the strengths of our students you were guiding?

……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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4. What do you think were the weakness of our students you were guiding?
………………………………………………………………………………………………

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………………………………………………………………………………………………

5. Do you think the students have improved over their weakness at the end of the TIP term.

To a very large extent large extent To a certain extent No, did not improve

6. Did you find any particular aspects in which our students were lacking, (if yes, what and
how would you recommend for improvement).
………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

7. How would you advise/suggest, in order to maintain a long-term relationship with the TIP
organization?
………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

8. According to you, the chances for converting the TIP projects into final placements are?

Very Good Good Fair May be

9. What projects would you suggest/advise for the juniors on the lines of enhancement of the
TIP project?
………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………

10. Your suggestions for the betterment of the TIP Program?


………………………………………………………………………………

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Annexure V - A

Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management


& Engineering
Evaluation Sheet for Project Proposal
(Evaluation to be completed by 08.03.2010)

Name of the Organization : Date :

S . No. Roll Student Name Project Title Project Proposal


Number (10 Marks)
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Components of Evaluation
1) Introduction –
A) Synopsis
Name & Signature : B) Goals
2) Methodology
3) Schedule
4) Reference

__________________________
Evaluator

* This sheet is to be used by each evaluator (separate sheet for individual company) to record the
marks independently awarded under each criteria of evaluation. This sheet may be retained at the
MPSTME Center.

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& Engineering
EVALUATION SHEET FOR INTERIM REPORT AND SEMINAR *
(Evaluation to be completed by 31.03.2010)

Name of the Organization : Date :

S. Roll Student Topic Interim Report and Total (20 Marks)


No. Number Name Interim Seminar
C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Components of Evaluation

C1. Introduction and Objective of the Study (2 Marks)


Name & Signature : C2. Methodology & Implementation (4Marks)
C3. Interim Findings & Observation ( 4 Marks)
C4. Basic Knowledge of the Project (4 Marks)
C5. Ability to Analyze & Develop the Project (4 Marks)
C6. Presentation Skill (2 Marks)

__________________________
Evaluator

* This sheet is to be used by each evaluator ( Supervisor and Mentor) to record the marks independently
awarded under each criteria of evaluation. This sheet may be retained at the MPSTME Center
The Seminar can be done while visiting organization.

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Evaluation sheet for Final Report and Seminar*
(Evaluation to be completed by 23.07.2010)

Name of the Organization : Date :

S.No. Roll Student Name Topic Final Report


Number C1 C2 C3 C4 C5
(5Marks) (10Marks) (15Marks) (15Marks) (15Marks)
01.

02.

03.

04.

05.

Name & Signature : C1. Introduction and Objective of the Study (5 Marks)
C2. Methodology & Implementation (10Marks)
C3. Findings & Observations (15 Marks)
__________________________ C4. Suggestions & recommendations (15 Marks)
Evaluator C5. Diary, Observation & Interaction with Faculty / Guide (15 Marks)

* This sheet is to be used by each evaluator to record the marks independently awarded under each criteria of evaluation. This sheet may be retained at the
MPSTME Center

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Evaluation sheet for Final Report and Seminar*
(Evaluation to be completed by 25.07.2010)

Name of the Organization : Date :

S.No. Roll Student Name Topic Final Presentation Viva


Number C6 C7 C8 C9
(5Marks) (10Marks) (10Marks) (65Marks)
01.

02.

03.

04.

05.

Name & Signature : C6. Basic Knowledge of the Project (5 Marks)


C7. Ability to Analyze & Develop the Project (10 Marks)
C8. Presentation Skill (10 Marks)
__________________________ C9: Viva (65 Marks)
Evaluator

* This sheet is to be used by each evaluator to record the marks independently awarded under each criteria of evaluation. This sheet may be retained at the
MPSTME Center

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MASTER SHEET FOR REPORTING MARKS TO MPSTME

Name of the Organization : Date :

S. Enrollment Project Name of Names(s) of Evaluation Evaluation Report – II Evaluation Evaluation Report-
No. Number Title Organization evaluators Report –I Report – III IV
(MPSTME Grand
Faculty & PP IR(Faculty) IR(Company) FR FS Viva Total
Others) (10 Marks) (20Marks) (20Marks) (60Marks) (25Marks) (65 (200Marks)
Marks)
01.

02.

03.

04.

05.

________ ________________________________
Signature & Name of the MPSTME –Faculty Member
Date :

** The master sheet should report the averages of the aggregate marks awarded by different evaluators (including MPSTME Faculty) to each student
under each evaluation instrument.

This sheet covering marks for Evaluations I, II, III and IV is to be sent to MPSTME by 08.03.2010, 31.03.2010, 23.07.2010 and 25.07.2010 respectively.

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Evaluation Report No. Components & Marks Last Date for Submission by Last Date for
student to MPSTME Evaluation
submission by
faculty
I PP: Project Proposal (10 Marks) 1/3/2010 08/03/2010

II IR: Interim Report & Seminar (20*2 = 40 Marks) 20/3/2010 31/03/2010

III FR: Final Report (60 Marks) 5/7/2010 23/07/2010


IV FS: Final Seminar (25 Marks) 24 & 25/July 2010 24 & 25 July
Viva (65 Marks) 2010

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DUE DILIGENCE CERTIFICATE FOR TIP
1. Certified that the enclosed marks statements have been complied based on evaluation of the students
by faculty members during their field to the respective TIP Organization.

2. Representative of the TIP organization have been duly involved in the evaluation of Interim Seminar
and Project Report Components.

3. The marks reported in respect of Final Seminar and Viva are averages of the marks independently
awarded by different evaluators.

4. The attached lists covers marks of all students undergoing TIP at MPSTME
___________________________________________.

5. The particulars have been verified and to the best of our knowledge there are no arithmetical errors

Date Dean/Chairperson

For use of MPSTME Examination Department


Date received from center: ___________ Total no. of students on rolls: _______

Marks received for ______ students Marks not received for ______ students

Observations:

Date: Examination Department

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