If you’re a candidate admitted to the Academic Year 2021 for the M.B.A. Degree Course (A21 batch) through Madras University’s Distance Education program or an arrear student set to appear in the June 2023 examination, there are crucial guidelines you need to know regarding your MBA Project. This article will outline these guidelines to help you navigate this essential aspect of your academic journey.
Supervisor Selection For MBA Project:
For your M.B.A. Project, you have the liberty to select a University-recognized Supervisor within your academic vicinity. It’s important to note that if your chosen Supervisor is affiliated with a university other than the University of Madras, you must provide a copy of the recognition letter of your Supervisor, duly approved by that university.
Your chosen M.B.A. Project Supervisor should meet certain criteria, including being a full-time teaching staff member with an M.B.A. qualification. They should also be actively working in the M.B.A. or related departments of universities or affiliated colleges recognized by UGC/AICTE. Additionally, your Supervisor should have a minimum of five years of teaching experience.
To facilitate your Supervisor selection, you can refer to the University’s approved list of M.B.A. guides on the official website www.ideunom.ac.in.
Tuition Fee Payment For MBA Project:
It’s imperative to ensure that you have paid the required tuition fee. Students who have not paid their tuition fee will not be permitted to attend the project viva voce examination under any circumstances. Therefore, make sure your financial obligations are in order to proceed with your project work smoothly.
Bonafide Certificate for Project Work:
You have the option to use the Bonafide Certificate issued to you for conducting your Project work within an established company or institute. This certificate will be valuable in facilitating your project research and data collection.
Project Report Submission Deadline:
The last date for the submission of your M.B.A. Project Report is October 26, 2023. Be sure to adhere to this deadline to avoid any complications.
Late Submission Penalty Fee:
If you find yourself unable to meet the specified submission deadline for your M.B.A. Project Report, please take note of the penalty fee. Candidates who submit their Project Reports after the due date will be required to pay a penalty fee of Rs. 600/-. This fee should be paid via a demand draft drawn in favor of “The Director, IDE, University of Madras.”
Required Documents for Project Report Submission:
When submitting your Project Report, ensure you enclose the following documents along with it:
- Copy of the I & II-year tuition fee paid challan.
- Copy of the filled-in examination application with the paid challan.
- Duly filled-in Proforma (uploaded) for approval of the Guide and Title of the Project.
- A synopsis of the Project Report.
These guidelines are crucial to ensuring a smooth and successful MBA Project experience within Madras University’s Distance Education program. Make sure to follow them diligently, meet deadlines, and seek assistance if needed to excel in your academic pursuits. Your M.B.A. Project is a significant milestone in your educational journey, and adhering to these guidelines will help you achieve your academic goals effectively.