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SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROJECT REPORT

ON

" ...............................................................................
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SUBMITTED TO
ASIA-PACIFIC INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT,
NEW DELHI

IN PARTIAL FULLFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS


FOR THE AWARD OF
POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT

UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF


(DR. / MR. / MS. ...............................)

SUBMITTED BY:
(NAME OF THE STUDENT)
STUDENT ID/ROLL NUMBER
PGDM BATCH ................
ON (DATE)

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CERTIFICATE
(FROM FACULTY GUIDE)

This is to certify that Mr. / Ms. ..................................,

Roll number / Student ID ....................., a student of PGDM in

Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi, has carried out the

Summer Internship Project work presented in this report titled

..............................' for

the award of Post Graduate Diploma in Management for the Academic

Batch 2016-18, under my guidance.

(Signature)

Name of the Project Guide

Date:

Copyright Asia-Pacific Institute of Management,


New Delhi
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CERTIFICATE
(From Company/Organization)

This is to certify that Mr./Ms , Roll number / Student ID .. , a student of PGDM in Asia-Pacific Institute

of Management, New Delhi, has carried out the Summer Internship Project work presented in this report titled

.. during the month of April June, 2017, under my supervision and guidance.

(Signature)
Name of the Project Guide:
Certificate (Form Organization/Company)

Organization/Company:
Date:
DECLARATION
(FROM STUDENT)

I , (Name of the student), here by declare that the p ro j e c t

work entitled ............................................... submitted towards

partial fulfillment of requirements for the award of Post Graduate

Diploma in Management is my original work and the dissertation has

not formed the basis for award of any degree, associate ship,

fellowship or any similar title to the best of my knowledge.

Place: Date:

(Signature of Student) (Name of the student)

Roll No./Student ID:

(Signature)

Name of the Project Guide

Date:

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PREFACE (Font Size 18) Separate Page
It will contain why you did the SIP and how your entire project journey have helped you to gain
something out of it and what are the future suggestions that you can offer.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS (Font Size 18) Separate Page
It should contain the different people who have been instrumental to complete your SIP. The
acknowledgement must be within one page and contain the signature of the student to the bottom
right hand side.

(Name of the Student)


DEDICATION (Font Size 18) Separate Page
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (Font Size 18) - Separate Page
Summary must contain the title of the SIP (Font Size 16) at the Top (Italicize the entire content /
text body of abstract)

Summary should be a write-up containing the genesis of the past work, present trends and future
prospects. In addition to that, it must contain the focus of current project of the student in support
of present trends and future prospects (Maximum One Page)

Keywords:
TABLE OF CONTENTS (Font Size 18)

CONTENTS PAGE NO

Certificate i

Preface ii

Declaration iii

Dedication iv

Acknowledgements v

Executive Summary vi

List of Tables vii

List of Graphs viii

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Background -
1.3 Need and Relevance of the Study -
1.4 Objective of the Study -
1.5 Organization of the Report -

CHAPTER 2: REVIEW OF LITERATURE -


2.1 Relevant Literature -
2.2 Scope of Existing Literature -

CHAPTER 3: METHODOLOGY -
3.1 Method of Study -
3.2 Research Statement/ Research Problem -
3.3 Data and Hypotheses -
3.3.1 Data Information -
3.3.2 Formulation of Hypotheses -
3.4 Statistical Techniques -
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CHAPTER 4: RESULTS -
4.1 Results -
4.2 Discussions -
CHAPTER 5: CONCLUSION -
5.1 Summary of findings -
5.2 Concluding remarks -
5.3 Implications -
5.4 Limitations -

References -

Appendices -
LIST OF TABLES (Font Size 14)

S.NO TABLE (Font Size 12) PAGE

1. Children's Profile
2. Parents and Demographic Factors
3. Age By Level of Understanding

LIST OF FIGURES (Font Size 14)

S.NO FIGURE (Font Size 12) PAGE

1. Gross Income for Television and Radio Stations


2. The Effects of Advertising to Children
Content Guidelines
1. INTRODUCTION
It must contain starting caption
Introduction: About the company (1-2 pages). Next, under which Genesis of the study (Past
Work & Past Trends), Present (current work & current trends) and Future Prospects (scope of the
research study) are indicated with paragraph / paragraphs.
Need and Relevance of the Study: (It is basically a full / half a page paragraph containing
statements based on Past literature / Studies and Present Trends).
Objectives: (Primary and Secondary Objectives / Core and Allied Objectives): The study should
not exceed 4 objectives.
Organization of Project: One paragraph explaining the sequence of chapters.

2. LITERATURE REVIEW
Literature review covers all the literatures pertinent to the present research study. In some cases
where there is a deficit / lack of literature, related reviews have to be indicated. The student can
use appropriate captions and group the literatures on variables as well for enough clarity.
APIM Resources that you can use:

http://search.ebscohost.com/ Use your login and password to access Journals and articles for
literature review

3. METHODOLOGY
Problem / Research Statement
Problem statement is based on the need and relevance of the study. Generally, a problem
statement usually refers to the title of research (in a text clause) study opted in Winter Project.
Data Collection
Primary Data: Usually from samples (respondents) through a questionnaire / interview schedule
depending upon the nature of the study.
Secondary Data: It refers to secondary source of information such as, reports (including annual
reports / bulletins), dissertation, thesis, compendiums, proceedings in conferences, manuals,
books, monographs, articles, journal papers, manuscripts, book chapters, editorial volumes,
magazines, web sources, news paper articles, etc.
Hypothesis
Hypothesis is an assumptive statement to signify the results of present study through a statement.
A Study can have a maximum of four hypotheses and hypothesis is drawn on the basis of
objectives of the study. The hypothesis usually to be rejected is referred as null hypothesis.
Students have to pay utmost attention in drawing hypothesis in their research study.

Statistical Techniques: It refers to the statistical tests, which have to be carried out as per the
requirements of the study in consultation with faculty supervisor. It is recommended that both
parametric and non-parametric analysis (not applicable to Case Studies) have to be included in
any winter project report. The statistical analysis adopted in the study needs to be justified with
regard to statistical testing (type of statistical tests and analysis using EXCEL / Statistical
Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) whichever compatible or appropriate (based on the study
and recommendation of faculty supervisor)) part (reliability, validity and type of analyses) that
has been used and its relevance in the present study.

4. RESULTS (including tables & figures)


Results of the analysis should be indicated table-wise with appropriate titles, for example:

Table 1: Distribution of Respondents According to Age


Table 2: Performance Analysis Using Corporate HR Practices
Table 3: Financial Performance Ratio Analysis

Result representation in figure (s) are entertained

Figure 1: Bar Chart Distribution of Financial Performance


Figure 2: Pie-Chart Representation of Investors Behaviour
For figure (s) which are secondary in nature it has to contain a source and called in the references
/ webliography (website information of the source)

All the results represented under table (s) / figures in support of table (s) have to be interpreted
accordingly and discussed under discussions in accordance with appropriate literature citations.
Discussion without calling (citing) literature is not entertained.

5. CONCLUSIONS
It includes the summary of results (major findings & observations). Conclusions are drawn out of
these major findings in the present winter project study. It should be one / two paragraph (s).

Limitations must be specific, for instance, gaps / bottlenecks faced in the winter project study
and time constraints (if any). Implications should comprise of suggestive measures for future
researchers, policy measures, inclusions of result based suggestions, etc. It should be in point-
wise / paragraph of.
REFERENCES

References from Journal


Vishnuvardhan, M. R., & Jain, L. K. (2004). Micro-Pension Prospects amongst ageing
population in unorganized sector. Journal of Financial Management Research, Vol. 3, No: 4,
215-222.

References from Book


Robbins, S. (2012). Organizational Behaviour (Ed. 8), Boston: Pearson Publishers.

References from Edited Book


Richard, S & Tony, L. (2004). Psychological Dispositions of Migrant Workers. In K. L. Peter &
S. Hannah (Eds.) Psychological Perspectives of Unorganized Sector (pp.145-153).

References from Online Sources


Books
Sharon, D. (1997). Research and Documentation in the electronic age. Boston: Bedford Books,
Retrieved November 7, 2008 from
http://www.bedfordbooks.com/index.html

Newspaper / Magazine Article


Golemann, D. (1991, October 24). Battle of Insurers vs. Therapists: Cost Control Pitted Against
Proper Care. New York Times, pp. D1, D9.

Newspaper / Magazine Article Online


Markoff, J. (1996, June 5). Voluntary Articles Proposed to help insure privacy for internet users.
New York Times.
Retrieved April 1, 1996 from http://nytimes.com/library/cyber/week/yo5dat.html

Conference Paper (Published)


Kuroda, S. Y. (1988). Whether we agree or not: A Comparative Syntax of English and Japanese.
In W. J. Poser (Ed.), Papers from the 2nd International Conference on Japanese Syntax (pp. 101-
110). Stanford, CA: CSLI.

Dissertation / Thesis (Published)


Downey, D. B. (1992). Family Structure, Parental Sources, and Educational Outcomes. PhD
Thesis, Department of Sociology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
Webliography
Student needs to specify the appropriate web sources (in alphabetical order), which has been
referred and cited in their present study. Some useful websites are indicated below:
 The most basic entry for a website consists of the author name(s), page title, website title,
date accessed, and the web address.

Last Name, First Name. "Page Title." Website Title. Retrieved Date Accessed, from Web
Address

Smith, J. (2009, January 21). Obama inaugurated as President. CNN.com. Retrieved February 1,
2009, from http://www.cnn.com/POLITICS/01/21/obama_inaugurated/index.html

 For a page with two or more authors, separate them by comma, and use an ampersand
before the last author's name. If more than six authors are cited, abbreviate the seventh
author and any others that follow with "et al."

Smith, J., & Doe, J. (2009, January 21). Obama inaugurated as President. CNN.com. Retrieved
February 1, 2009, from http://www.cnn.com/POLITICS/01/21/obama_inaugurated/index.html

 If an organization is the author, include the organization name, as normal, in place of the
author names. If no author is available, begin the citation with the page title.

Obama inaugurated as President. (2009, January 21). CNN.com. Retrieved February 1, 2009,
from http://www.cnn.com/POLITICS/01/21/obama_inaugurated/index.html

 After the author names are listed, include in parentheses the publication date. List the
year first, followed by a comma, and then the month and day. Place a period outside of
the parentheses. In some cases, a specific date might not be available, and the date
published may only be specific to a month or even year. Provide whatever date
information is available.

Smith, J. (2009, January). Obama inaugurated as President. CNN.com. Retrieved February 1,


2009, from http://www.cnn.com/POLITICS/01/21/obama_inaugurated/index.html

 If there is no publication date available, substitute the abbreviation "n.d." instead.

Smith, J. (n.d.). Obama inaugurated as President. CNN.com. Retrieved February 1, 2009, from
http://www.cnn.com/POLITICS/01/21/obama_inaugurated/index.html

Writing web sources in the following formats are INCORRECT


http://www.apastyle.org
http://www.cabells.com
http://www.ebsco.com
http://www.emeraldinsight.com