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Flow of SIP Report
1) Cover page
2) Certificates of Summer Internship (2 certificates)
3) Acknowledgement
4) Table of Contents
5) Executive Summary
6) Introduction/Background of the study
7) Company Profile / Introduction.
8) Objective of the Study.
9) Working / Research Methodology (research-study/fieldwork).
10) Analysis & Interpretations.
11) Findings.
12) Conclusion.
13) Recommendations/suggestions.
14) Limitations of the project.
15) Learning Achieved by the Student during the project
16) Bibliography
Cover page-
Format of cover page is in Annexure I ,SIP manual, it
is already given by college.

Certificate of summer internship.

SIP Report should consist two summer internship
certificates as follows-
Issued by Organization and signed by company
Issued by Institution and signed by project guide
from institution.
something done or given as an expression of thanks, It is an expression
of appreciation. a thing done or given in appreciation or gratitude.

I would like to take this opportunity to express my profound
gratitude and deep regard to my (company Guide name), and my
faculty guide (Name of Faculty Guide) for their exemplary guidance,
valuable feedback and constant encouragement throughout the
duration of the project. Their valuable suggestions were of immense
help throughout my project work. Their positive criticism kept me
working to make this project in a much better way. Working under
them was an extremely knowledgeable experience for me.
I would also like to give my sincere gratitude to all the friends and
colleagues who co-operated with me during this project.
Table of Content
Table of contents provides a map for whatever you're reading, because
it outlines exactly where the report is going, what will be discussed,
and where to go to find specific information. Therefore, it is important
that any tables of contents you write are useful and accurate.

Points of Consideration-
Table of Content contains Chapter in chronological order with page numbers
Each chapter should contain subchapters.
Page numbering of chapters should be in numerals (1,2,3)
Numerals start from introduction chapter.
Page number of Acknowledgement, executive summary should be in roman
numbers only (i, ii, iii, ..)
Executive Summary.-
Executive summary is the parts of the report that is read first. Readers
sometimes do not have the time to get into the detail of your report.
They read the executive summary to see if the rest of the report is
worth reading.
In the executive summary you must put the Main Issue (Research
Problem) and Purpose in the first paragraph.
The Scope and Limitations as well as the Alternatives suggested
(Procedures) will go in the next paragraphs.
The Analysis and Recommendations will comprise the final paragraphs.
Your executive summary (with double spacing) must be maximum two
Executive summary should be written after entire project is
Company profile /Introduction.
Introduction about the company for which research is to be
conducted. It include and highlight :
Objective of the company
Organization chart
Ownership details, Divisions, business brief(about product/services)
Mergers and acquisitions
SWOT analysis,
CSR initiatives
Ethical practices etc.

It is about 20% of the length of research report.

Objective of the study

Will be according to what you are seeking answers

Research Methodology-
Research methodology is a way to systematically solve the research problem. It may be
understood as a science of studying how research is done scientifically.
It consist of following -
Formulation of Hypothesis / Hypotheses (If any)
Research Type (Applied or Fundamental)
Research Design (Exploratory, Descriptive or Causal)
Sampling Design
Sample Unit
Sample Size
Sampling Frame
Sampling Procedure
Data Design
Data Type
Data Collection Tool
Data Collection Method
Analytical Tools to be used
Analysis & Interpretations.

The analysis of data can be done by three ways:

1) Graphical: It can be done by Pi chart, Histograms, Bar charts, line
Diagrams etc.
2) Descriptive: measures of central tendency like mean ,median,
mode ,measures of deviation.
3) Statistical :It can be done by using any parametric or Non
Parametric method. Ex chi square, ttest, F-test ,Correlation,
regression . As per the need of the study.

Interpretation refers to the task of drawing inferences from the

analysis of the collected data. It should be written along with the
analysis .
Findings & Conclusion.
Findings- They can be drawn on the basis
of interpretations of various question in
analysis phase. Findings must be able to
answer the objectives of the study.

Conclusion-It can be drawn on the basis

of findings. It refers to the general idea
about the solution of the problem for
which research is to be conducted.
Recommendations/Suggestions for action on the basis
of the findings of the study is made in this section of the
Limitations of the project.

In this section various limitations or hurdles which

create problem in smooth execution of research
work should be listed.They are as follows-
Non Cooperation from the respondents.
Time and financial restrictions.
Environmental Factors.
People may conceal their attitudes and express
socially acceptable opinions.
It should contain all those works which the researcher
has consulted. The bibliography should be arranged
alphabetically and may be divided into two parts; the
first part may contain the names of books and
pamphlets, and the second part may contain the names
of magazine and newspaper articles.

Generally, this pattern of bibliography is considered

convenient and satisfactory from the point of view of
reader, though it is not the only way of presenting
bibliography. The entries in bibliography should be made
adopting the following order:
For books and pamphlets the order may be as under:

Name of author, last name first.

Title, underlined to indicate italics.
Place, publisher, and date of publication.
Number of volumes.

Kothari, C.R., Quantitative Techniques, New Delhi, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 1978.

For magazines and newspapers the order may be as under:

Name of the author, last name first.

Title of article, in quotation marks.
Name of periodical, underlined to indicate italics.
The volume or volume and number.
The date of the issue.
The pagination.

Robert V. Roosa, Coping with Short-term International Money Flows, The Banker,
London, September, 1971, p. 995.