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ACADEMIC DELIVERABLES CELL

NOTICE
7th January 2014
SUBJECT: PGDM 2012 14: TRIMESTER VI: SPECIALISATION PROJECT
1. The course curriculum of PGDM 2012-14 Trimester VI includes a full credit (100 marks) subject
titled Specialization Project. Accordingly, every student is required to complete and submit a
specialization project with ADC latest by 7th March, 2014.
2. Specialization wise list faculty of Project Guides to students along with their contact details are
given in Appendix A. Students will choose their own faculty guide matching to their specialization.
Each faculty shall guide number of students as indicated in the faculty guide list on first cum first
basis.
3. Each student is required to select an independent project and prepare a project synopsis on the
synopsis format given in appendix B below. Students have to download the synopsis form from
online. Students will approach their respective Faculty Guides along with three copies of synopsis
for approval of the Project and the Synopsis. On approval and signature on the synopsis by the
Faculty Guide, first copy of the synopsis will be handed over to the faculty guide, second copy will
be retained by the student and third copy will be handed over to the Program Coordinator in ADC
(Ms Rutuja Deshmukh) latest by closing hours on 7th February 2014.
Every student has to do this project individually .Group project are strictly prohibited.
4. Students who fail to submit their synopsis with the Program Coordinator in ADC by 7th February
2014 will be assigned projects by the institute and the decision of the Institute in this matter will be
final.
5. While working on the project, students are required to meet their respective faculty guide a
minimum three times with a view to report progress at various stages of the project and to seek
necessary guidance. Students will maintain a date wise record of visits made to the faculty guide and
obtain their signature at the end of every visit as a proof on the Student copy of synopsis. Students
who fail to visit their faculty guide a minimum of three times will loose substantial marks during the
final evaluation of the project.
6. On completion of the project, student will obtain a project completion report from their respective
faculty guide on the format given in appendix C below. This certificate will be bound inside the
project and shall be its First Page.
a). Completed project will be hard bound with black rexzine cover and golden letters. The outer
project cover should clearly indicate the Project Title, Student Name, Roll No, Course,
Specialization, Faculty Guide etc. Specimen of the project cover page is given in Appendix D.
b). Completed Project along with the 2 copies of the synopsis will be deposited with ADC latest by
7th March, 2014.. ADC will not under any circumstances accept projects after 7th March, 2014.
7.In addition, the students are also required to submit softcopy of the project in PDF form on a
CD (Readable and Copy able CD) with the details as given in Appendix E

Unmesh Khaladkar
General Manager (Academics)

APPENDIX A

PGDM 2012 - 14 Trimester VI: Faculty Guides for Specialization


Project
Marketing ( maximum 6 students per faculty )
Prof. B. N. Chatterjee
9820942307
biswanath.chatterjee@welingkar.org
Prof. R. Venkatesh
9821054565
venkatesh.r@welingkar.org
Prof. Mangesh Borse
9821145211
mangesh.borse@ welingkar.org
Prof. Victor Manickam
93210 27043
victor.manickam@welingkar.org
Prof. Dr. Swapna Pradhan
9892087010
swapna.pradhan@welingkar.org
Prof. Jyoti Kulkarni
9867346326
jyoti.kulkarni@welingkar.org
Prof. Ramaswamy Iyengar
9821037705
ramaswamy.iyengar@welingkar.org
Prof. Ravi Vaidee
9820232497
ravi.vaidee@welingkar.org
Prof. Indu Mehta
9819198315
indu.mehta@welingkar.org
Prof. Stuti Kumar
9702070083
stuti.kumar@welingkar.org
Prof. Dr. Mahalakshmi M.
9819445421
mahalakshmi.mudliar@welingkar.org
Prof. Aditya Bhatt
9004031134
aditya.bhat@welingkar.org
Prof. Ravindra Chiplunkar
9870204647
ravindra.chiplunkar@welingkar.org
Prof. Tina Khurana
9967024883
tina.khurana@welingkar.org
Finance ( maximum 4 students per faculty)
Prof. Kanu Doshi
9821095962
kanu.doshi@welingkar.org
Prof. Dr. S. R. Tendulkar
9820364348
santosh.tendulkar@welingkar.org
Prof. Vanita Patel
9821346451
vanita.patel@welingkar.org
Prof. Smeeta Bhatkal
9820046522
smeeta.bhatkal@welingkar.com
Prof. Minal Gupte
9820964354
minal.gupte@welingkar.org
Prof. B. B. Bhattacharya
9820544453
bijoy.bhattacharyya@welingkar.org
Prof Sapna Malya
9820633272
sapna.malya@welingkar.org
Prof. Mohana Raje
9819893344
mohana.raje@welingkar.org
Prof. Dr. Mahalakshmi
9819445421
mahalakshmi.mudliar@welingkar.org
Mudliar
Prof. Vandana Sohoni
9819210354
vandana.sohoni@welingkar.org
Prof. Dr. Suyash Bhatt
9920600588
suyash.bhatt@welingkar.org
Prof. Siram Subramaniam
9820423325
Sairam.subramanian@welingkar.org
HR (maximum 8 students per faculty)
Prof. P. Vijayan
9833477278
vijayan.pankajakshan@welingkar.org
Prof. Dr. Priyanka Sharma
9892839224
priyanka.sharma@welingkar.org
Prof. Dr. Anjali Joshi
9820437851
anjali.joshi@welingkar.org
Operations (maximum 6 students per faculty)
Prof. V. H. Iyer
9821616671
vh.iyer@welingkar.org
Prof. V.V.Raghavan
9892092378
vv.raghavan@welingkar.org
Prof. Dr. Kavita K
9819978795
kavita.kalyandurgmath@welingkar.org
Info Tech
Prof.Dr. Pradeep Pendse
9820076259
pradeep.pendse@welingkar.org
Prof. V. K. Kamath
9819136542
vasudev.kamath@welingkar.org
Prof. Girish Yadav
9821562647
girish.yadav@welingkar.org
Prof. Minakshi Agarwal
9821428461
minakshi.agrawal@welingkar.org
Prof. Sandeep Kelkar
9820277745
sandeep.kelkar@welingkar.org
Prof. Nitin Chikhale
9987045460
nichi1112@yahoo.com
Prof. Shashikant Shirahatti
9892699920
shashikant_shirahatti@rediffmail.com
General
Prof. R. R. Sahuraja
24711777
rohinton.sahuraja@welingkar.org
Prof. N. Sawaikar
9967060585
narasinha.sawaikar@welingkar.org

APPENDIX B

Faculty Copy

SYNOPSIS
(Copy No 1 : To be handed over to Faculty Guide after completion of synopsis and obtaining Faculty Guides Signature)

1. Name of the Student

: ______________________________________________________

2. Program & Year

: ______________________________________________________

3. Area of Project Research : ______________________________________________________


4. Name of the Faculty Guide: ______________________________________________________
5. Title of the Project

: ______________________________________________________

6. Project Details
(A)

Objective of study

: ______________________________________________________
: ______________________________________________________
: ______________________________________________________

(B)

Research Methodology:
(With bibliography, if available) may be as follows:

Step I:

Collection of primary data (using questionnaire, personal visits & surveys) and secondary
data (through library study publications, Journals etc.)

Step II:

Tabulation and presentation of data collected.

Step III:

Analysis of above tabulated data, using statistical & financial tools.

Step IV:

Drawing conclusions and giving suggestions

(C)

Expected Results of the study (hypothesis):

Faculty Guide:

Student:

Name: ________________________________

Name: _____________________________
Contact No: ________________________

Signature: _____________________________

Signature: __________________________

Date: _________________________________

Date: ______________________________

APPENDIX B

Student Copy

SYNOPSIS
(Copy No 2 : To be retained by student after filling the of synopsis and obtaining Faculty Guides Signature)

1. Name of the Student

: ______________________________________________________

2. Program & Year

: ______________________________________________________

3. Area of Project Research : ______________________________________________________


4. Name of the Faculty Guide: ______________________________________________________
5. Title of the Project

: ______________________________________________________

6. Project Details
(A)

Objective of study

: ______________________________________________________
: ______________________________________________________
: ______________________________________________________

(B)

Research Methodology:
(With bibliography, if available) may be as follows:

Step I:

Collection of primary data (using questionnaire, personal visits & surveys) and secondary
data (through library study publications, Journals etc.)

Step II:

Tabulation and presentation of data collected.

Step III:

Analysis of above tabulated data, using statistical & financial tools.

Step IV:

Drawing conclusions and giving suggestions

(C)

Expected Results of the study (hypothesis):

Faculty Guide:

Student:

Name: ________________________________

Name: _____________________________
Contact No: ________________________

Signature: _____________________________

Signature: __________________________

Date: _________________________________

Date: ______________________________

Record of interactive sessions with Faculty Guide during preparation of Specialization Project
(Minimum three sessions with Faculty Guide are compulsory)

Interactive Session No.

Date

Signature of Faculty Guide

1.

______________

_______________________

2.

______________

____________________

3.

______________

_______________________

APPENDIX B

ADC Copy

SYNOPSIS
(Copy No 3 : To be handed over to ADC after completion of synopsis and obtaining Faculty Guides Signature)

1. Name of the Student

: ______________________________________________________

2. Program & Year

: ______________________________________________________

3. Area of Project Research : ______________________________________________________


4. Name of the Faculty Guide: ______________________________________________________
5. Title of the Project

: ______________________________________________________

6. Project Details
(A)

Objective of study

: ______________________________________________________
: ______________________________________________________
: ______________________________________________________

(B)

Research Methodology:
(With bibliography, if available) may be as follows:

Step I:

Collection of primary data (using questionnaire, personal visits & surveys) and secondary
data (through library study publications, Journals etc.)

Step II:

Tabulation and presentation of data collected.

Step III:

Analysis of above tabulated data, using statistical & financial tools.

Step IV:

Drawing conclusions and giving suggestions

(C)

Expected Results of the study (hypothesis):

Faculty Guide:

Student:

Name: ________________________________

Name: _____________________________
Contact No: ________________________

Signature: _____________________________

Signature: __________________________

Date: _________________________________

Date: ______________________________

APPENDIXC
PROJECT COMPLETION CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that project titled ___________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________

is successfully

done by Mr. / Ms. ___________________________________________ in partial fulfillment of his


/ her two years full time course Post Graduation Diploma in Management recognized by AICTE
through the Print. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, Matunga,
Mumbai.
This project in general is done under my guidance.

___________________________
(Signature of Faculty Guide)
Name: ______________________
Date: ______________________

APPENDIX D
FORMAT FOR PROJECT COVER PAGE

WELINGKAR INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT & RESEARCH


SPECIALISATION PROJECT
ON
TAX INCENTIVES RELATING TO NON RESIDENTS & OTHER IMPORTANT ISSUES
BY
AGRAWAL SAGAR
PGDM 2012 14 (MARKEITNG SPECIALISATION)
ROLL NO:- 1

PROJECT FACULTY GUIDE


PROF. __________________________

APPENDIX E
SYNOPSIS

1. Name of the Student

: ______________________________________________________

2. Program & Year

: ______________________________________________________

3. Area of Project Research : ______________________________________________________


4. Name of the Faculty Guide : ______________________________________________________
5. Title of the Project

: ______________________________________________________

6. Project Details
(A)

Objective of study

: ______________________________________________________
: ______________________________________________________
: ______________________________________________________

(B)

Research Methodology:
(With bibliography, if available) may be as follows:

Step I:

Collection of primary data (using questionnaire, personal visits & surveys) and secondary
data (through library study publications, Journals etc.)

Step II:

Tabulation and presentation of data collected.

Step III:

Analysis of above tabulated data, using statistical & financial tools.

Step IV:

Drawing conclusions and giving suggestions

(C)

Expected Results of the study (hypothesis):

7. Pages

: ______________________________________________

8. References

: ______________________________________________