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  1. Product strategies of private life insurance companies
  2. A study on “why companies should go for outsourcing”
  3. Effectiveness of advertising on real estate sector
  4. Study on consumer expectations and perceptions towards consumer loans
  5. Workers attrition rate at hotel industry is increasing. Study regarding this issue
  6. Attrition rates at different sectors
  7. Effectiveness and scope of employee referrals in the process of talent sourcing
  8. Study of training needs across different industries
  9. Study on creation of luxury brand
  10. Strategies used to build successful Internet based customer services
  11. Measuring the effectiveness of retail banking of a nationalised bank compared to a MNC
  12. Conspicuous consumption
  13. Study of awareness and acceptability of UPVC windows and door systems
  14. Opportunities of Financing the NANO’s in Bangalore
  15. Changing trends in FMCG industry in India
  16. A study of best HR practices in service industry
  17. Fundamental analysis of Indian telecom companies
  18. Study of consumer behavior in automobile industry
  19. customer buying behavior towards insurance products
  20. Promotion strategies followed in Insurance sector
  21. Study on changing consumer preference towards organised retailing from un-organised

retailin

 

  1. study on “impact of advertising in B2B marketing”

 

  1. Distribution network & general insurance industry

 

  1. A study on distribution channels in aluminum industry

 

  1. Study on strategies for promoting retailers’ brands
  2. Study of operations & marketing of chemical goods in SSI
  3. The impact of tax on electronic goods & products (industrial marketing)
  4. Merchandising key account management in apparel exports
  5. Effect of marketing in mobilization in BPO segment
  6. Marketing in FMCG sector
  7. E-marketing of financial services: Relationship approach
  8. Understanding cross cultural literacy in international business
  9. The study of operations & marketing of Indian Pharmaceutical industry
  10. impact of promotional activities at mall on consumers behavior at shopping malls
  11. A study on Indian pharmaceutical industry
  12. Managing of luxury brands
  13. Viability of Micro Insurance in Indian scenario
  14. Performance evaluation of initial public offers in India
  15. Process of underwriting and valuation of life insurance
  16. Risk management in foreign exchange
  17. Asset liabilities management in Indian banks
  18. Portfolio construction using fundamental analysis
  19. Portfolio management and how it has helped increase effective investment
  20. Investment banking (Fin) (retail banking in India)
  21. Risk management in Indian banks
  22. A comparative analysis towards restructuring of the shared services unit of EMC2
  23. ERP implementation strategies (systems)
  24. Measurement of financial efficiency
  25. Fundamental analysis of financial sector
  26. Fundamental analysis of insurance sector
  27. Study on human resource costing
  28. Asset liability management of life insurance companies
  29. Basel – II
  30. Recruitments
  31. analysis of attrition in IT and ITES sector
  32. Work-life balance in IT sector
  33. Incidence of illegitimate power & its impact on effectiveness of odd initiatives
  34. Implementation & effectiveness of competence management

 

  1. people issues in mergers and acquisitions

 

  1. performance management

 

  1. Best practices in the field of HR

 

  1. Study of the online music industry, w.r.t. marketing in the Indian context

 

  1. Future and business potential of gaming industry in India

 

  1. Job design model of motivation

 

  1. Role of emotional satisfaction in service encounters – retail sector

 

  1. Study on factors influencing adaptability & usability of consumer electronics

 

  1. Future of consumer durables pertaining to standard brands & own brands of retailer like

(next, bigbazar)

 

  1. Study of consumer behaviour related to different soap brands in Bangalore

 

  1. Impact of small car segment on two-wheeler industry

 

  1. Influence of branding on consumer purchasing behaviour

 

  1. Analysis of factors influencing in selection of mobile service providers in NCR

 

  1. Impact of NANO on two wheeler industry

 

  1. Study and analysis of market potential of PVC windows and doors

 

  1. Mobile banking

 

  1. Consolidation & mergers in banks of India

 

  1. Credit appraisal process in banks

 

  1. Consumer behavior towards public sector and private sector banks

 

  1. A study of efficiency in banks

 

  1. Analysis of sales promotions ability to prompt brand

 

  1. A study on the consumer electronics industry in India

 

  1. Measuring effectiveness of display system for chocolate in retail

 

  1. Choosing retail locations for shopping in India (retail industry)

 

  1. Study on “impact of web 20 technologies on B2B marketing”

 

  1. Fundamental analysis of printing sector

 

  1. Integrated marketing communications (IMC)

 

  1. Analysis of the role of outdoor advertising and establishing strategies for managing space

media

 

  1. Consumer perception of M-Commerce

 

  1. A study of customer perception of service quality dimension in insurance industry

 

  1. Factors affecting real estate markets in Bangalore

 

  1. Study on medical tourism and growth of health care sector

 

  1. Innovations in marketing in electronic and IT companies

 

  1. Perceptual mapping of two-wheeler industry

 

  1. Study on perception of customers on mutual fund advertisement

 

  1. Impact of IT/ITES growth on real estate industry

 

  1. Customer perception of online purchases in Bangalore

 

  1. The future of business intelligence & winloss analytics

 

  1. The study of customer service in retail sector – an IT perspective

 

  1. contribution of IT sector (SAP)

 

  1. Logistics & Rink management

 

  1. An analysis of external Commercial Borrowing of corporate

 

  1. Analytical study on the volatility of securities traded on BSE sensex

 

  1. Study on private equity investment by investment banking industry

 

  1. A comprehensive study on REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) & their impact on

 

Indian capital markets

 

  1. Valuation to determine the fair value of a stock

 

  1. Comparative study of FDIs and FIIs in the Indian context

 

  1. Risk management through derivatives

 

  1. Investors decision making pattern for life insurance products (designing of policies

 

accordingly)

 

  1. A study on transaction costing in project appraisal and loan processing

 

  1. Valuation of carbon credits

 

  1. Competency of middle level managers& designing the training programs with special

 

ref. to banking sectors

 

  1. Fundamental analysis on real estate sector

 

  1. Financing in SME sector

 

  1. Wealth management

 

  1. Risk management in banking

 

  1. Portfolio Construction of Debt & Equity

 

  1. A study to understand the training and development practices followed in it – ites

 

industry”

 

  1. Impact of customer relationship management (crm) on communication industry”

 

  1. Customer perception of online purchases in bangalore

 

  1. A study on ‘ready to eat’ food industry and comparative analysis of ‘ready to eat’

 

food products of itc foods and mtr foods

 

  1. Sustainability of shipping business in india – an analysis”

 

  1. Importance of public relations in mining industry

 

  1. Credit appraisal and risk analysis at banks

 

  1. A study of employee perceptions about the effectiveness of the measures

 

adapted by it companies with respect to work-life balance

 

  1. Analysis of framework for launching and building luxury brands in automobile

 

industry”

 

  1. A study on assessing the factors leading to the purchase of bikes and

 

comparative analysis of urban and semi urban buying behaviour

 

  1. Feasibility of investment in stock broking firms”

 

  1. A study on e-marketing of financial services: relationship approach

 

  1. Consumer’s perception towards branded jewellery” – a study

 

  1. Assessing the potentials of insurance portfolio at different stages of life”

 

  1. A study on impact of web 2.0 technologies on b2b marketing”

 

  1. Importance of insurance to consumers

 

  1. A study on the measurement of financial efficiency in financial services sector”

 

  1. Understanding the cross cultural needs of mnc bpo’s in india

 

  1. The study of customer perceptions towards ayurvedic health spas”

 

  1. Investors decision making pattern for life insurance products”

 

  1. A study on the perceptual mapping of four wheeler brands”

 

  1. A study on factors influencing adaptability & usability of consumer electronics”

 

  1. A comparative study towards restructuring of the shared services unit of emc2

 

  1. Valuation of issue prices of indian ipos and the impact of mis-valuation on its

 

performance” – a study

 

  1. Potential for private equity investments by investment banks” – a study

 

  1. An analysis of agri-retailing and its reputation among farmers in karnataka”

 

  1. An analysis of possible strategies for successful internet based customer

 

services”

 

  1. Measuring effectiveness of display system for chocolate in retail

 

  1. Identifying the criteria for hr outsourcing and its application in it sector”

 

  1. Impact of promotional activities on consumers behaviour at retail outlets”

 

  1. A study of transaction costing in project appraisal and loan processing in banks

 

and financial institutions

 

  1. Analysing the scope of advertising in real estate sector in india

 

  1. A study on best hr practices in the it and ites industry”

 

  1. Cross cultural training for software professionals”

 

  1. A study on fundamental analysis of non banking financial companies”

 

  1. A study on mobile banking in indian banking industry”

 

  1. Performance evaluation of mutual funds in india and its awareness among the

 

investors

 

  1. The relationship between the price and the demand for aluminium products

 

  1. A study on fundamental analysis of life insurance sector

 

  1. Present and future potential of users genrated content and its role in on-line

 

advertising”

 

  1. A study on customer satisfaction in banking sector

 

  1. Customer perception towards multi-specialty hospitals in bangalore”

 

  1. A study on economic value added (eva) of indian companies and its impact on

 

investor decision making”

 

  1. A study on the perceptual mapping of two-wheeler industry

 

  1. A study on risk management using derivatives“

 

  1. Investors’ perception about investment in real estate investment trusts” – a study

 

  1. Retail outlet mapping of retail stores and shopping malls

 

  1. Impact of buying factors on the sales of chemical goods”

 

  1. A study on the perception of the potential customers towards electric cars”

 

  1. A study of consumer behaviour towards life insurance products in bangalore

 

  1. A study of talent acquisition management in apparel industry”

 

  1. A comparitive study between digital printing and offset printing

 

  1. Analysis of the effectiveness of branding on luxury products

 

  1. A study of implementation & effectiveness of competence management

 

  1. A study on changing importance of various media vehicles of advertising”

 

  1. A study of hr costing as a function of the costs of various hr functions”

 

  1. Study of factors which influence the location of retail outlet”

 

  1. A comparative study on customer’s perception towards credit cards offered by

 

nationalised banks and mnc banks

 

  1. A study on the effectiveness of using banks as a channel for selling life insurance

 

products

 

  1. A study on cross sales of sequentially ordered products in the consumer banking

 

industry”

 

  1. Assessment of performance of public sector banks under camels framework”

 

  1. A study of buyer behavior towards after-sales-service of electronic products”

 

  1. Impact of bank mergers on performance of banks-a study”

 

  1. Study on software as a service (saas) application”

 

  1. Effect of big box retail chains on small business”

 

  1. Measuring the quality of service in the financial services sector with respect to

 

car financing

 

  1. An analysis of mergers and acquisitions in the indian banking industry”

 

  1. Asset liabilities management in indian banks

 

  1. A market study of onida home appliances in comparision with other brands in

 

bangalore”

 

  1. An analysis of consumer behaviour in upgrading to conspicuous goods in

 

branded apparels

 

  1. Portfolio construction using fundamental analysis

 

  1. Study of consumer behaviour related to different bathing soap brands in

 

bangalore

 

  1. A study on the hr issues in mergers and acquisitions in the banking sector”

 

  1. A feasibility study on the consumer’s perception towards electronic moving

 

messages” – (outdoor media advertising industry)

 

  1. Customer perception towards foreign retailers entering india”

 

  1. Comparative study of two quantitative models used in portfolio management”

 

  1. A study on future potential of gaming industry in india”

 

  1. Valuation of carbon credits

 

  1. Growth potential of power sector in india-a study”

 

  1. Portfolio construction of debt & equity

 

  1. A study on consumer’s perception on micro insurance schemes

 

  1. The factors affecting and enhancing the brand equity of multinational

 

corporations in india”

 

  1. Study on the management of surplus funds in banks”

 

  1. A study on consumer perception towards service quality of internet banking”

 

  1. Analysing the problems of attrition in darshani hotels”

 

  1. Impact of small car introduction on two wheeler industry”

 

  1. A study of the effectiveness of stress management techniques used in it / ites

 

sector in bangalore

 

  1. Study on consumer behavior with special refence to preference of brands in

 

cellular phones”

 

  1. Impact of quota-removal on garment industry in india

 

  1. A study of attributes in accepting specialty pharmaceutical products among

 

medical practitioners”

 

  1. A study on strategies for optimizing the competency of middle level managers

 

with reference to bank sectors”

 

  1. Analysis of factors influencing in selection of major gsm service providers in ncr

 

  1. A study on fundamental analysis of real estate sector”

 

  1. The impact of financial derivatives & hedge funds on the indian capital market”

 

  1. A study on asset liability management of insurance companies

 

  1. Impact of budget 2008 on the investment pattern of salaried individuals-a study

 

  1. Effects of negative word of mouth communication on brand equity“

 

  1. A study on the effects of basel ii in india financial sector and also on global

 

scenario”

 

  1. A study on motivational significance of various reward and recognition programs”

 

  1. A study on impact of service quality on customer satisfaction in insurance

 

industry”: customer perspective

 

  1. An analysis of the existing job design method for motivation of the employees”

 

  1. Study of awareness and acceptibility of upvc windows and door systems

 

  1. A study on the impact of loyalty programs on consumer purchase behavior and

 

loyalty”

 

  1. Consumer behaviour towards public sector and private sector banks

 

  1. Study on changing consumer preference towards organised retailing from un-

 

organised retailing

 

  1. A survey of market potential of upvc windows and doors in bangalore city”

 

  1. Impact of it/ites growth on real estate industry

 

  1. A study on consumers’ perception towards luxury car segment”

 

  1. Effectiveness of e-crm in insurance industry by mobile service”

 

  1. Scenario of real estate with special reference to commercial and residential

 

segments”

 

  1. A study on risk management in banking sector in india”

 

  1. Study on consumer perception of organized retaling in india”

 

  1. A study of efficiency of banks in india

 

  1. A study on scope and effectiveness of employee referrals in the real estate

 

sector in india”

 

  1. A study on the expectations of bpo organizations from suppliers”

 

  1. A study on the impact of medical tourism on health care sector in india”

 

  1. Analysis of attrition rate of it and ites companies”

 

  1. A study on effectiveness of online social networks and user perception”

 

  1. Recreating A Merchandise Management Paradigm Louis Phillippe

 

  1. Developing A Communication Strategy For Cycle Brand Agarbathi At Adfactors

 

PR Pvt Ltd

 

  1. Market Mapping For Samsung Products, A Dealers Survey

 

  1. Consumer Behaviour Towards Electronic Security Solutions, Analysis Of

 

Competitive Strength & Market Visibitlity Of Tata Heoneywell Security Solutions In

 

Bangalore City

 

  1. Study Of Training Needs Of Employees Of Fortis Healthcare Ltd, & Design

 

Training Schedules

 

  1. A Study On Risk Tolerance Of The Individuals With Respect To Their Age

 

  1. Compensation Study In Real Estate Industry

 

  1. An Organizational Study Of Tata Consultancy Services & Market Research For

 

BPO Opportunities In US And UK Markets

 

  1. To Understand And Estimate The Potential Of Cosmetic Channel For Palmolive

 

Aromatherapy Range Of Products

 

  1. Brand Perception Of Samsung A Dealers Survey In Hyederabad – Karnataka

 

Region

 

  1. Organizational Study & Industry Research On Telecom (Basic)

 

  1. Organizational Study Of J.K. Ansell Ltd And Designing The Business Proposal Of

 

Vending Machine Installations

 

  1. A Study Of Developing A Communication Strategy For Deccan Aviation At

 

Adfactors PR Pvt Ltd

 

  1. Idetification Of Training & Development Needs

 

  1. Designing The Link For Careers – Recruitment For The Pfizer India Website

 

  1. Distributors Perception Towards ASM’s, Sales Executives & The Coca-Cola

 

Company

 

  1. Market Research To Study The Security Needs Of IT Sector

 

  1. Level Of Employees Satisfaction

 

  1. Market Research To Study The Security Needs Of ITES Sector

 

  1. Study Of Sole Proprietorship Business Sectors In Bangalore

 

  1. Fundamentals Of Stock – Broking

 

  1. Working Pattern Of The Various Broking Firms & Comparision Of ICDS Securities

 

Ltd With The Other Broking Firms

 

  1. An Organizational Study Of Comparative Analysis Of The Services Provided By

 

Primus Telecommunications India Ltd And Their Competitor VSNL

 

  1. Organization Study And A Study On Employee Motivation

 

  1. An Organizational Study And Understanding The Effectivenss Of Launching Of

 

Kinetic Zing 80

 

  1. An Organisation Study & Comparative Analysis Of Primus And Its Competitor

 

STPI

 

  1. Organizational Study & An Insight Into Human Resource Management

 

  1. Consumer Behaviour Towards Electronic Security Solutions, Analysis Of

 

Competitive Strenght & Market Visibitlity Of Tata Heoneywell Security Solutions In

 

Bangalore City

 

  1. An Organisational Study And Market Research To Understand Customers Buying

 

Behaviour, Competitor Understnading And Tata Honewell Brand Visibility In The

 

Market

 

  1. A Study On Deployment Of Information Technology In Educational Institutions

 

  1. A Sudy On Customer Buying Behaviour Of Electronic Security Systems In

 

Banking Sector

 

  1. A Study Of Job Satisfaction Of Employees At Air Deccan

 

  1. Dealer Perception Study Was Conducted In Bangalore. It Includes Availability Of

 

Products Of Various Brands, Their Service, Sales Demand And Compalint Status

 

  1. Organizational Structure Of The Support Function Department Of The Mid-Size IT

 

Companies

 

  1. Job Description & Job Specialization Fo The Manager Of All The Departments

 

  1. Organizational Study And Analysis Of Risk Factors Affecting The Equity Share

 

Value Of ICICI Bank

 

  1. A Study On Job Satisfaction Level At Birla Super Cemnet, Hotgi

 

  1. Comparative Study Of Life Insurance Plans Of Leading Pvt Insurance Companies

 

  1. A Comparative Study Of Karnataka And Kerala Consumers Buying Behaviour

 

Towards Branded Cloth In Bangalore City

 

  1. Organisation Study Of SMG Biotech Ltd & Consumer Awareness Towards

 

Availability Of VERMI Compost In The Market

 

  1. A Study On Deployment Of Information Technology In Educational Institutions

 

  1. An Organisational Study On Stock Holding Corporation Of India Ltd &

 

Construction Of Portfolio

 

  1. Organisational Study & Consumer Satisfaction Towards Nandini Milk

 

  1. An Organisational Study & A Study On Prospective / Customer Perception

 

Towards Air Deccan

 

  1. Organisational Study & Analysis Of Working Capital & Cash Management

 

  1. An Organisational Study On Cholamandalam Distribution Services Ltd

 

  1. Evaluation Of Performance Appraisal System

 

  1. A Study Of Prospective / Customer Perception Towards G. A. M. S

 

  1. Organisation Study And Its Financial Analysis

 

  1. Organisational Study And Technical Analysis Of Equities

 

  1. Buyer’s Behaviour Towards Electronic Security Systems In Hospitals And Hotels

 

With Reference To The Marketing Department

 

  1. Organisational Study & And Overview Of Training And Induction Program At ITC-

 

Hotel Windsor Sheraton & Towers

 

  1. Influence Of Women On The Buying Behaviour Of Men For Louis Philippe

 

Apparels

 

  1. A Comparative Study Of F-Tec With Other IT Training Institutes In Lucknow

 

  1. The Best Practices In The Hotel Industry In Context To The Leela Palace

 

  1. Organisational Climate Survey At Nous Infosystems

 

  1. A Study On Merchandise And Retail Share Of Timex Watches In Delhi Region

 

  1. Present Level And Future Prospects Of Banking Business

 

  1. Organisational Study And Development Of Recruitment Model

 

  1. A Comparative Study Of Tamilian & Andharite Consumers Buying Behaviour

 

Towards Branded Clothes In Bangalore City

 

  1. A Study On Investor Preference To Investments

 

  1. Constructing An Investment Model For Investors

 

  1. Feasibility Study Of Serviced Apartments In Bangalore

 

  1. Reviewing The Credit Limit Of Customers

 

  1. Organisational Study Of Asian CERC Information Technology Ltd & Research On

 

Indian Steel Industry

 

  1. SWOT Analysis of Dr. Reddy’s Laboratoreis (Xenura)

 

  1. An Organizational Study On Prospective / Customer Perception Towards AIR

 

DECCAN

 

  1. An Organizational Study & Assessment Of Satisfaction Levels Of The Customers

 

  1. Understanding The Qualities & Attributes Of A Medical Representative Through

 

Doctors & Medical Representatives

 

  1. Organisational Study & Technical Analysis Of Stocks

 

  1. Organisation Sutdy And Project On Contracts In Indian Airlines

 

  1. A Sudyon Deployment Of Information Technology In Educational Institutions

 

  1. Analysis Of Home Loans With Refernce To HDFC’

 

  1. A study on Inventory Management in Industries.

 

  1. Performance Study Of Self-Employed Sectors

 

  1. Organisational Study & Job Satisfaction Of The Employee

 

  1. Comparison Between Samsung And Other Consumer Durable Brands

 

  1. Understanding The Effectiveness Of Launching Of Kinetic Zing 80

 

  1. A Study Of Understanding Training Patterns In Different Industries

 

  1. A Retail Survey On The Garment & Watch Industry With Particular Emphasis On

 

Allen Solly & Titan

 

  1. Analysis Of Mutual Funds

 

  1. Investment Advisory Services & Analysis Of Mutual Funds

 

  1. Formulation Of Standard Operating Procedures For Administration Department

 

  1. Competitive Analysis Of Airtel Compared To Other Serice Providers

 

  1. Organisational Studey On Elken International India Pvt Ltd

 

  1. A Study On Prospective / Customer Perception Towards Air Deccan

 

  1. Organisation Study Of Various Departments And Make Or By Decision

 

  1. A Study On Buying Behaviour Of Customer Of Electronic Security Systems In

 

Industrial Sector

 

  1. Performance Appraisal

 

  1. An Organisation Study At VST Tillers Tractors Ltd

 

  1. Job Satisfaction With Reference To HR Department

 

  1. A Study On Deployment Of Informatin Technology In Educational Institutions

 

  1. Organisational Study & Marketing Strategies Of OSIT

 

  1. Organisational Study And Evaluation Of The Human Resource Policies &

 

Practices At KIOCL

 

  1. Organisational Structure & Customer Profiling For Indian Airlines

 

  1. Organisational Study & Knowledge Of Performance Appraisal System & Its

 

Effectiveness In KTTM

 

  1. Consumer Satisfaction Towards MCF Ltd Products

 

  1. Internal Customer Satisfaction With Reference To The HR Department

 

  1. Organisation Study

 

  1. A Study On Customer Perception Towards G. A. M. S In The City Limits Of

 

Bangalore South Region

 

  1. A Study On Engagement Of Casual Labours, Bangalore

 

  1. Fabric Wastage Reduction & Improving Productivity

 

  1. An Organisational Study And Market Research To Understand Customers Buying

 

Behaviour, Competitor Understanding And Tata Honewell Brand Visibility In The

 

Market

 

  1. Organisation Study Of Bharat Electronics Ltd

 

  1. An Organisation Study And A Study On Perceptionof People In North Bangalore

 

Towards Gulf Authorized Mechanics Services (GAMS)

 

  1. Risk Management In Derivatives

 

  1. The Study Of Recruitment Practices

 

  1. Organisational Study & Study On SKILL MAPPING Practice In Small Parts

 

Machinery Division Of Kirloskar Toyoda Textile Machinery

 

  1. An Organisation Study And A Comparative Study Of The Satisfaction Level Of

 

Primus And Sify

 

  1. A comparitive study of various Portfolio Management services offered.

 

  1. An Organisational Study Of ICDS Securities Ltd And Working Pattern Of Various Broking Firms

 

  1. A Comparative Analysis Of ICDS Securities Ltd With Other Broking Firms

 

  1. Comparative Study On Pension Plans Of Leading Private Insurance Companies

 

  1. An Organisational Study And A Study On Personality Traits Of Executives

 

  1. Organisational Climate Study

 

  1. Understanding The Effectiveness Of Launching Of Kinetic Zing 80

 

  1. Survey On Intranet

 

  1. Profiling Of Customers For Laptops In Small & Medium Scale Enterprises

Project guide Lines for Students of Master of Business Administration

Guidelines to do Summer Project Work for 1st year MBA Students

This write up provides you some of the guidelines that are provided to be based on faculty experience. However, in the part two you will be given some more ideas.

 

Introduction

The overall objective of project work is to experience the way in which organizations function is given environment.  The keyword is experience. Experience has two dimensions.

  1. i. Understand the industry in which the organizations operate.
  1. The business model of the organization

iii. Understand particular functional area such as Marketing, Finance, HR, etc.

  1. i. Apply knowledge of research methodology to analyze the problems or issues faced by organizations
  1. Understand how various principles you have learned during one year of course work is applied in the real time business world.

iii. Learn the changes that are taking place in the business world. One question        that immediately comes to your mind. Is it possible for me?

  1. The project is divided into three phases
  1. Pre-project interface
  2. Interface during the project
  3. Interface after the project

 

Each of the time periods is very important.

 

Introduction

The overall objective of project work is to experience the way in which organizations function is given environment.  The keyword is experience. Experience has two dimensions.

  1. i. Understand the industry in which the organizations operate.
  1. The business model of the organization

iii. Understand particular functional area such as Marketing, Finance, HR, etc.

  1. i. Apply knowledge of research methodology to analyze the problems or issues faced by organizations
  1. Understand how various principles you have learned during one year of course work is applied in the real time business world.

iii. Learn the changes that are taking place in the business world. One question        that immediately comes to your mind. Is it possible for me

The project is divided into three phases

  1. Pre-project interface
  2. Interface during the project
  3. Interface after the project

Each of the time periods is very important.

Phase I

It is requesting for a project work you will be raising certain expectations from the organizations.

The expectations are generally based on

  1. The institute you come from
  2. Your competencies
  3. References given by you
  4. Personal interview attended by you.

At all the stages, honestly, integrity, good presentation of self is very important.

 Phase II

Preparation at home.

  1. Find out the name & contact number of the person to whom you have to report.
  2. Inform in advance if possible of your arrival. Dress code of plain shirt with shoe, tie and clan shave has to be adhered.

Your first interface should project the following traits.

  1. Show patience, organizations have to cater to all stakeholders and yours will be last as the purpose of organization is value addition. This does not mean that you are unimportant; your work comes last in the important things to be done.
  2. The project work is an additional responsibility undertaken by organization; therefore don’t expect organizations or the person in charge to respond to you immediately. Some time you may have to wait more than 3 hours or even 1 day. This doesn’t mean that organization is not need of you. It only indicates that they have different priorities. However you will be observed during entire phase of waiting.

 

Phase III

In phase III you will be working towards meeting expectations of organizations. The general question is “What is the Topic?” for project work. Two kinds of situation you will face. Organizations give you a Topic or they will ask you to choose the topic in both the cases please prepare a list of topics which you will think of completing. If it is marketing have a list of not less than 15 to 20 different topics. Similarly in HR

The project report writing to a large extend should reflect your thinking process. The following format is suggested

 

Title: ______________________________________________

The first title you arrive at need not be the final title. You can change e as you progress during the project.

 

Contents

  1. Industry Profile

Please go through Hindu Industrial Survey 2007.Pertaining to the Industry. In which the business organization operates. You have to use your discussion carefully, if you are working in automobiles spare parts organizations do touch up on automobile Industry, However as a rule of thumb 75 to 80 of your industrial profile should be automobile spare parts industry. Visit various websites such as www.about.com. If you want to go through various research reports please go through www.ssrn.com. Be comprehensive while talking about industry and write about industry of understanding all the dimensions about industry.

 

Please find at lest ten major companies in your industry and in the international market. Write a brief write up on what happened for the past three years and what is in store for three years for the industry. Identify at least three; Indian CEOs and three international CEO’ and find their views about industry. You can use your CMIE Data Base in the college. You can have photographs of the CEO’s, being copied.

Organizations Profile

Please go through past balance sheets, organization’s website, press reports and all other data pertaining to the organization.  This part will help you to understand your organization in the context of present business situation.  Keep a log of what ever you are doing everyday. It will help you where you are and what you are likely to achieve.

Need for Study

You have to explain what “Value addition” you will be doing for the            organization. You are working 35 clear working days for project work. Your      effort, understanding and value addition to the organization by answering specific            questions will provide better experience for you.

Literature Survey.

This part is mandatory. However it will be a good idea includes information in the project work. However don’t exceed five pages. If you are doing research         on motivation you may include latest research on motivation as literature survey.

Objectives of study

You have to be precise while writing your objectives and should reflect        the research you are going to undertake. Restrict yourself not more than 3    objectives, however two will be ideal.

Scope of objectives

In the process of achieving you objectives you will also be undertaking         certain             other tasks which are important. You may include them under scope of        objectives.

Research Methodology

  • Research Objectives
  • Types of Research Design
  • Data ( primary and secondary)
  • Research Instrument (if it is a questionnaire, you have to write what type of questionnaire. However, do not assume always that you need to have questionnaire to start the research. One of the greatest sins you will commit is to think designing questionnaire to start your research will convent your research putting cart before the horse.) Always remember that you need not have questionnaire to do research. You have different methods and use them to enrich your thought process.
  • Research Plan

Sample Design

  • Sample Unit
  • Sample frame
  • Time and Place
  • Type of sampling
  • Sample Size. Determine using methods thought to you in Research Methodology.

 

Analysis of the study

  1. Findings
  2. Suggestions  & Recommendations
  3. Appendices
  4. Bibliography

Remarks

Do not write history of statistical tools what you have to write is what appropriate tools you have used and reason for using the tools please cross tabulate your data in order to further understanding. From the synopsis to your final report constantly fine tune your project report. It will be rich experience for you to cherish.

 

Some observations

  • Be enthusiastic to listen, to learn, to talk
  • Be curious
  • Be honest
  • Show your integrity
  • Define your body language
  • Make a statement

 

WHAT YOU SHOULD NOT DO

  • Trying to take breaks while doing project ( you cannot have holidays during your project work)
  • Trying to miscommunication with organizations by telling that institute wants a review. We are sending your schedule of project report to all the organizations. You do not have any reviews in between.
  • While taking to the organization personnel do not degrade your institute or teachers by making statements that are reduce your self image.
  • Talking negative and trying to be certain about everything. No organization or person likes negative talk and people who ask too may question to be certain of everything.
  • Let me give some examples
  • I want marketing project, I am in a finance organization. Do not ask the manager this question. You are going to an organization to know its business and business do not have functional silos. However, ask questions relating to your project, show enthusiasm. Smile, enjoy hard work.
  • If some urgent work is to be done by the organization, do it willingly. For example the office has no power and your manager finds that the electricity bill is not paid, volunteer to do the task. MBA is not management by arrogance. Never show that this is not my work. You will be surprised to know that there is no work as not your work. The organizations are boundary less organizations.
  • Do not take campus culture to organization. Leave letters, excuses, concessions etc. Inculcate organizations culture and come to institute with all ideas to change the way in which you work in institute. Share experience with your classmates and teachers. It is an opportunity to professionalize with you.
  • Wear your tie and go to organization. Some organizations have informal environment. They may not insist on your attire. That does not mean that you go with casuals.

 

Interview question what are your strong points ?

It is important to prepare in advance for the interview question what are your strong points. If you’ve already listed your strengths when preparing your CV / resume, coming up with three answers shouldn’t be too difficult.
But be careful. The interviewer is asking you to sell yourself, but at the same time, they do not want to hear you being arrogant. And while they may want to know about your personality (if you are over confident they will certainly learn something about you), do remember that this is still an interview situation, so your answers must be relevant to the job in question. In other words, don’t get too personal.
So how do you go about answering the interview question what are your strong points? The general recommendation is to prepare at least three answers and to relate them to the organisation and the vacancy. This means you need to tailor your answers. Ensure there is truth in what you say, but do not be too honest, especially it makes you sound like a less than ideal candidate.

Here are some suggested responses and the reasons why they might work in interviews for certain kinds of jobs.

“I am confident and outgoing” 

This is a response that says something about your personality, but if you are applying for a role where you need to relate to a lot of people – particularly the public – it will serve your purposes. However, if the vacancy involves consultation, it might be better to say “I have good interpersonal skills”, as this implies that you are able to listen to people as well.

“I enjoy a challenge”

Be careful with this. It is an excellent response if the vacancy requires problem solving, or servicing of some kind, working to tight deadlines or project completion. It will obviously not be helpful if the job is less dynamic and involves a larger amount of regular, less exciting duties – the employer might be concerned that you will become bored. You could always qualify it to offer a more balanced response: “I enjoy a challenge, but I’m also happy completing regular tasks.” Then it illustrates that you’re flexible and responsive to different work situations.

“I’m a strong team leader”

Clearly, this is appropriate if the job involves managing people. It’s a good idea to show that you know what leading a team involves (although this will no doubt come up in other questions too). So, “I’m a strong team leader with the ability to motivate others” and “I’m a strong team leader who leads by example” represent stronger answers. Draw on your own understanding of your management skills plus the job description to decide what you’ll say here.

“I am ambitious”

This is a very strong answer and you should use it with care. In the wrong situation, it can sound hard-headed and the employer may wonder whether you’ll compete too fiercely with your colleagues, or even your superiors. However, in a sales role it might be perfect, especially if you focus your response a little more: “I am ambitious and aim to exceed targets”.

“I am dedicated and hard working”

You’re on safe ground here, as this can be true whatever your individual working style. It’s not the most exciting answer, but when presented alongside two others that are more individual, it should offer reassurance to the interviewer.

“I am a good communicator”

Again, this is a win-win answer. Be prepared to expand, though: specify whether you have strong writing skills, are good at explaining difficult ideas in a simple way, or perform well at important meetings.

“I work well without supervision”

A majority of employers would be pleased to hear this, providing the vacancy is at a level where they’d normally expect you to need a degree of supervision. But be careful not to sound as if you prefer to work without supervision, as this may sound as if you risk coming into conflict with your supervisor or manager. A safer option might be to state “I work well with or without supervision”.

“I enjoy learning through my work”

Again, this is a safe answer. The interviewer might then ask how you have done this in the past, so be ready to give details of some hands-on learning or special training you’ve experienced, and to say why you enjoyed it.

And finally

These examples show that when preparing an answer to the interview question what are your strong points, it is important to consider whether your responses could be taken the wrong way. Put yourself in the interviewer’s shoes – you can then ensure that the potential for a negative interpretation is removed.

Fifty Standard Interview Questions – Mbahotspot.com

It is not enough to have solid answers only for the above questions. You need to be prepared for the full spectrum of questions that may be presented. For further practice, make sure you go through the required mock interview (see the “Competitive Interview Prep” Section) and for further review, look at some of the following questions:

1. Tell me about yourself.

2. What do you want to do with your life?

3. Do you have any actual work experience?

4. How would you describe your ideal job?

5. Why did you choose this career?

6. When did you decide on this career?

7. What goals do you have in your career?

8. How do you plan to achieve these goals?

9. How do you evaluate success?

10. Describe a situation in which you were successful.

11. What do you think it takes to be successful in this career?

12. What accomplishments have given you the most satisfaction in your life?

13. If you had to live your life over again, what would you change?

14. Would your rather work with information or with people?

15. Are you a team player?

16. What motivates you?

17. Why should I hire you?

18. Are you a goal-oriented person?

19. Tell me about some of your recent goals and what you did to achieve them.

20. What are your short-term goals?

21. What is your long-range objective?

22. What do you see yourself doing five years from now?

23. Where do you want to be ten years from now?

24. Do you handle conflict well?

25. Have you ever had a conflict with a boss or professor? How did you resolve it?

26. What major problem have you had to deal with recently?

27. Do you handle pressure well?

28. What is your greatest strength?

29. What is your greatest weakness?

30. If I were to ask one of your professors to describe you, what would he or she say?

31. Why did you choose to attend your college?

32. What changes would you make at your college?

33. How has your education prepared you for your career?

34. What were your favorite classes? Why?

35. Do you enjoy doing independent research?

36. Who were your favorite professors? Why?

37. Why is your GPA not higher?

38. Do you have any plans for further education?

39. How much training do you think you’ll need to become a productive employee?

40. What qualities do you feel a successful manager should have?

41. Why do you want to work in the _____ industry?

42. What do you know about our company?

43. Why are you interested in our company?

44. Do you have any location preferences?

45. How familiar are you with the community that we’re located in?

46. Will you relocate? In the future?

47. Are you willing to travel? How much?

48. Is money important to you?

49. How much money do you need to make to be happy?

50. What kind of salary are you looking for?

Don’t just read these questions–practice and rehearse the answers. Don’t let the company interview be the first time you have actually formulated an answer in spoken words. It is not enough to think about them in your head–practice! Sit down with a friend, a significant other, or your roommate (an especially effective critic, given the amount of preparation to date) and go through all of the questions. Make the most of every single interview opportunity by being fully prepared!

Fresher Interview Question and Answer – Mbahotspot.com

Mental fear of the unknown is often what produces the physical symptoms of nervousness. In addition to preparing yourself physically, you also need to prepare yourself mentally. The best way to prepare mentally is to know what may be coming. Fear of the unknown can only exist when there is an unknown. Take the time to understand some of the “standards” when it comes to interviewing questions.

The following are some of the most difficult questions you will face in the course of your job interviews. Some questions may seem rather simple on the surface–such as “Tell me about yourself”–but these questions can have a variety of answers. The more open-ended the question, the wider the variation in the answers. Once you have become practiced in your interviewing skills, you will find that you can use almost any question as a launching pad for a particular topic or compelling story.

Others are “classic” interview questions, such as, “What is your greatest weakness?” Questions which most people answer inappropriately. In this case, the standard textbook answer for the “greatest weakness” question is to give a veiled positive–“I work too much. I just work and work and work”–which ends up sending the wrong message. Either you are lying or, worse yet, you are telling the truth, in which case you define working too much as a weakness and really don’t want to work much at all. Think about it.

The following answers are provided to give you a new perspective on how to answer tough interview questions. They are not there for you to lift from the page and insert into your next interview. They are there for you to use as the basic structure for formulating your own answers. While the specifics of each reply may not apply to you, try to follow the basic structure of the answer from the perspective of the interviewer.

Answer the questions behaviorally, with specific examples that show clear evidence backs up what you are saying about yourself. Always provide information that shows you want to become the very best _____ for the company and that you have specifically prepared yourself to become exactly that. They want to be sold. They are waiting to be sold. Don’t disappoint them!

1. Tell me about yourself.

My background to date has been centered around preparing myself to become the very best _____ I can become. Let me tell you specifically how I’ve prepared myself . . .

 

2. Why should I hire you?

Because I sincerely believe that I’m the best person for the job. I realize that there are many other college students who have the ability to do this job. I also have that ability. But I also bring an additional quality that makes me the very best person for the job–my attitude for excellence. Not just giving lip service to excellence, but putting every part of myself into achieving it. In _____ and _____ I have consistently reached for becoming the very best I can become by doing the following . . .

 

3. What is your long-range objective? Where do you want to be 10 or 15 years from now?

Although it’s certainly difficult to predict things far into the future, I know what direction I want to develop toward. Within five years, I would like to become the very best _____ your company has. In fact, my personal career mission statement is to become a worldclass _____ in the _____ industry. I will work toward becoming the expert that others rely upon. And in doing so, I feel I will be fully prepared to take on any greater responsibilities that might be presented in the long term.

 

4. How has your education prepared you for your career?

As you will note on my resume, I’ve taken not only the required core classes in the _____ field, I’ve also gone above and beyond. I’ve taken every class the college has to offer in the field and also completed an independent study project specifically in this area. But it’s not just taking the classes to gain academic knowledge–I’ve taken each class, both inside and outside of my major, with this profession in mind. So when we’re studying _____ in _____, I’ve viewed it from the perspective of _____. In addition, I’ve always tried to keep a practical view of how the information would apply to my job. Not just theory, but how it would actually apply. My capstone course project in my final semester involved developing a real-world model of _____, which is very similar to what might be used within your company. Let me tell you more about it . . .

 

5. Are you a team player?

 

Very much so. In fact, I’ve had opportunities in both athletics and academics to develop my skills as a team player. I was involved in _____ at the intramural level, including leading my team in assists during the past year–I always try to help others achieve their best. In academics, I’ve worked on several team projects, serving as both a member and team leader. I’ve seen the value of working together as a team to achieve a greater goal than any one of us could have achieved individually. As an example . . .

 

6. Have you ever had a conflict with a boss or professor? How was it resolved?

 

Yes, I have had conflicts in the past. Never major ones, but certainly there have been situations where there was a disagreement that needed to be resolved. I’ve found that when conflict occurs, it’s because of a failure to see both sides of the situation. Therefore, I ask the other person to give me their perspective and at the same time ask that they allow me to fully explain my perspective. At that point, I would work with the person to find out if a compromise could be reached. If not, I would submit to their decision because they are my superior. In the end, you have to be willing to submit yourself to the directives of your superior, whether you’re in full agreement or not. An example of this was when . . .

 

7. What is your greatest weakness?

 

I would say my greatest weakness has been my lack of proper planning in the past. I would overcommit myself with too many variant tasks, then not be able to fully accomplish each as I would like. However, since I’ve come to recognize that weakness, I’ve taken steps to correct it. For example, I now carry a planning calendar in my pocket so that I can plan all of my appointments and “to do” items. Here, let me show you how I have this week planned out . . .

 

8. If I were to ask your professors to describe you, what would they say?

 

I believe they would say I’m a very energetic person, that I put my mind to the task at hand and see to it that it’s accomplished. They would say that if they ever had something that needed to be done, I was the person who they could always depend on to see that it was accomplished. They would say that I always took a keen interest in the subjects I was
studying and always sought ways to apply the knowledge in real world settings. Am I just guessing that they would say these things? No, in fact, I’m quite certain they would say those things because I have with me several letters of recommendation from my professors, and those are their very words. Let me show you . . .

 

9. What qualities do you feel a successful manager should have?

 

The key quality should be leadership–the ability to be the visionary for the people who are working under them. The person who can set the course and direction for subordinates. A manager should also be a positive role model for others to follow. The highest calling of a true leader is inspiring others to reach the highest of their abilities. I’d like to tell you about a person who I consider to be a true leader . . .

 

10. If you had to live your life over again, what would you change?

 

That’s a good question. I realize that it can be very easy to continually look back and wish that things had been different in the past. But I also realize that things in the past cannot be changed, that only things in the future can be changed. That’s why I continually strive to improve myself each and every day and that’s why I’m working hard to continually increase my knowledge in the _____ field. That’s also the reason why I want to become the very best _____ your company has ever had. To make positive change. And all of that is still in the future. So in answer to your question, there isn’t anything in my past that I would change. I look only to the future to make changes in my life.

 

In reviewing the above responses, please remember that these are sample answers. Please do not rehearse them verbatim or adopt them as your own. They are meant to stir your creative juices and get you thinking about how to properly answer the broader range of questions that you will face.