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Various faculty members announce class project as a part of the learning process for their subject. This class project will normally be undertaken in the groups.
Weightages are assigned by the faculty concerned. These class projects are vital part of the learning inputs of the programme.
Summer project investigates some significant aspect of a managerial problem. It gives students an opportunity to observe a business organization in operation and to sharpen their knowledge and skills by putting them to use. Besides providing an opportunity to enhance their understanding of managerial problems, summer activity also gives students practical experience that will help them to plan their careers.
Summer Project is a non-credit course and is compulsory. A student is required to do a Summer Project on any aspect of Management in industry for eight to ten weeks during the summer vacation at the end of the first year.
A student, who does not complete the Summer Project satisfactorily, and who does not comply with the requirements, will have to do another Summer Project before becoming eligible to continue in the second year.
Students, who receive adverse comments from their company guides, will be liable for disciplinary action.
The Field project for the PGDM programme commences in Semester IV.
The students are required to submit their project titles to the office as per guidelines announced. They may consult any full time or visiting faculty members for guidance at this stage. Based on their project titles, they will be assigned a faculty guide by the Institute. The students are required to meet their faculty guide regularly.
Each group must comprise of three to four students. Group once formed shall not be changed for the entire semester. Each case study has to be undertaken individually and then prepared in groups before coming to the class. In case of group assignments, a common grade will be assigned to all members of the group.
For every case, the instructor may call upon groups, at random, to present their analysis of the case. All groups shall come prepared for such presentations.
Case write-ups should be brief and limited to five double spaced typed pages excluding exhibits. A one page executive summary may be attached wherever necessary. The write-up should not be in a question answer type format for the suggested lead questions. It should be comprehensive and contain key issues and recommendations for their resolution. You could take the position of an external consultant hired to address the case issues. The write-up is due at the end of the class when it will get discussed.
Instructions for assignments will be given in the class. The due dates for submission of reports will be announced later.
We shall be distributing several practice exercises during the course. These need not be submitted and will not be graded
1. An eight-point grading system is used to evaluate courses. The 8 grades and their corresponding quality points are given below.
2. The faculty has the discretion of modifying the cut-offs for different grades. However, the cut-offs given above should be the maximum i.e. a faculty can give a lower cut-off as has been specified above and not a higher cut-off.
3. The indicator of a student's performance in each semester is the Grade Point Average (GPA). It is derived by the averaging the Grade Points secured by the student in all the courses of the semester in which they achieve atleast C grade.
4. Incomplete Grade ("I" grade) : A faculty would award an "I" grade if a student fails to complete the academic requirements of the course. An incomplete grade would require a student to repeat the course the next time it is offered. A student is not eligible for the PGDM with an "I" grade in any course.