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PROJECT REPORT ON SUMMER

TRAINING IN MINDA
Summer Training Report
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech)

By

RUPAM SINGH
(ME/10/740)
June-July, 2013

SHRI BALWANT INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Approved by AICTE, Min of HRD, Govt of India & DTE, Govt of Haryana
Affiliated to MD University, Rohtak
Meerut Road (Pallri), Near DPS, Sonepat-131001, Haryana

CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that the Project titled WORKING IN MINDA is submitted by
RUPAM SINGH having Roll No. ME/10/740 for the partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech), embodies the
bonafide work done by her under my supervision.

__________________________
Signature of the Supervisor
Place: ____________________
Date: ____________________

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
This report gives the details of the project work done at the end of VI semester
during the summer training for partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree
of Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech), under the Supervision of Mr. DEVENDER
JHANGAR.
I am very grateful to Mr. DEVENDER JHANGAR for his help and able guidance for
the project. I am very thankful to my Institute for providing me resources and
facilities to help in the project.

____________________
Signature of the Student
Name: ______________
Date: ______________

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................5
3 FEASIBILITY REPORT.................................................................................................9
4 CONCLUSION:............................................................................................................37
I hereby conclude that we have submitted all the documents related to our project in the
correct format as specified.................................................................................................37
We conclude that our project is a simple project for now as it works according to the
user. We have been implementing iterative server, and later on it can be extended to
become concurrent server. It is easier for the programmer to use the code and understand
the functionality.................................................................................................................37
5 BIBLIOGRAPHY:........................................................................................................38
www.google.com..............................................................................................................38
6 CHECKLIST:................................................................................................................38

1 INTRODUCTION
ABOUT TRAINING

Training is a learning process, which seeks a relatively


permanent change in behavior that occurs as a result of
experience. It involves changing of skills, knowledge,
attitude or social behavior
Training will be used to include both the job related and development dimensions:
Training is a process of learning sequence of programmed behavior.
It is an application of knowledge.
It attempts to improve their performance on the current job or prepare
them for an intended job.

ESSENTIALS OF TRAINING:
There are four essentials for effective training:
a) Stimulus
b) Response
c) Motivation
d) Reward & incentive

STIMULUS: The trainers communication must be scientific and to the point. The
trainee should understand what he is going to learn. The instructor must use all or at least
most of the sense organs of the trainee so as to get maximum possible participation.

RESPONSE: The trainer must observe the responses of the trainees as well as the result
of his stimuli the responses of the trainees can be observed either by asking questions or

allowing him to do the job according to his directions. The instructor should allow the
repetition of the correct response and encourage the trainees to retain the improved
behavior.

MOTIVATION: The trainee must be motivated to learn unless the trainee is motivated
and interested in learning; even a good instructor cannot train him thus a positive attitude
towards learning must be inculcated in the trainee.

REWARDS AND INCENTIVES: Rewards and incentives act as a stimulus for the
trainee to satisfy his need for social approval. For any effective training programme the
management must have a provision for the trainees. The management must give
sufficient information about the reward whether in the form of financial or non financial
benefits to the trainees who will come out successfully of the training programme.

2 ROLE OF THE PROJECT


The Project has tried to highlight the need of Training & Development mechanism which
helps successful organization to build on their success and to generate
and meet the desire of feedback.
The organization is its viability, and hence its efficiency, there is continuous
environmental pressure for efficiency and if the organization does not respond to this
pressure it may find itself rapidly losing whatever share of the market it has. Employee
training, therefore, imparts specific skills and knowledge to employee in order that they
contribute the organizations efficiency and be able to cope with the pressure of changing
environment.
Employee training tries to improve skills, or add to the
existing level of knowledge so that the employee is letter equipped to his present job, or
to prepare him for a higher position with increased responsibilities.
The effective functioning of any organization requires that
employees learn to perform their jobs at satisfactory level of proficiency, So much that
the organizations need to provide opportunities for the continuous development of
employees not only in their present jobs, but also to develop their capabilities for other
jobs for which they later be considered.
Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skill of an employee
for doing a particular job. Training will provide for an output in this
decision. The positive benefits of Training are:

Training helps employees to learn their jobs and attain desired


levels of performance especially thus contributing better
utilization of employees, machines and materials.
Training helps to reduce the cost of raw materials and products
reducing losses due to waste, poor quality products and damage
to machinery which would result if an untrained employee, were
to learn on his own.
Finally, training aids in the development of individual skills,
better methods, new equipment and new work relationship. Such
a process would also facilitate technological change by updating
the versatility of employees.

FEASIBILITY REPORT
PROJECT REPORT ON SUMMER
TRAINING IN MINDA

Date of Submission: AUGUST 19, 2013


RUPAM SINGH
ME/10/740

3 FEASIBILITY REPORT
MINDAS HISTORY
COMPANYS PROFILE

In 1958 the company was started with the name of


National Industries with 5 employees. First product was
Ammeter for Enfield Bullet .
In the month Feb 1958 the manpower increased to 10
Persons and started with switches.
In 1962 National Industries changed to Minda Industries Ltd.
In 1963 employees increased to 50 and also purchased an
electroplating plant at UP.
In 1967 about 20 items were being produced and as
marketed ignition switches, ammeter, starter switches etc.
In 1972 Minda developed Horn for Ambassador called Wintone Horn.
On 26.09.1976 B-64/1 factory was inaugurated.
In 1977 SH. N. K. Minda joined with SH. S. L. Minda.
In 1987 SH A. K. Minda started Minda Switch Auto Ltd. At B-73
Wazirpur Industrial Area.
In 1992 Minda was incorporated as Public ltd. Company
In 1993 horn division got started at Delhi.
We had a JV with Tokairika & Sumitomo in 1995 for 4-wheeler switches.
In 1996 we released our first public issue.
In 2000 we started our best journey with CII
We started Minda Autogas Ltd. manufacturing alternate fuel kits in 2001.
We joint ventured with FIAMM in 2004 for 4-wheeler horns.
In 2005 we came up with PT Minda Asean office at Indonesia
manufacturing switches and locks.
In 2007 we expanded by offices at Japan, Europe and China and coming with
plants of Battery at Pantnagar and also joint ventured with VALEO for starter
motors.

PURPOSE
To continually enhance stakeholders value through
Global competitiveness while contributing to society
When we read the mission we come across key words like Stakeholders, Global
Competitiveness and Society. The intent behind these key words is explained here.
Stakeholders: Stakeholders include employees, suppliers, customers, service providers,
financial institutions, etc. that means everyone who is associated with company is a
Stakeholder.
Global Competitiveness: Becoming cost effective supplier of our products and services
which meets world class quality standards and accepted across the world. We want to
produce the products which are the best in all as we have been endeavoring to become
benchmark and pioneer in QPCDSM i.e. Quality, Productivity, Cost, Delivery, Safety
and Morale.
Society: We are socially conscientious citizen and it is our responsibility to contribute to
society. We serve the community by providing employment opportunities to members of
the society. We pay taxes and contribute to ex-chequer and also make conscious efforts to
protect the environment and promote environmental awareness in the company.
We sincerely endeavor to live the mission statement.
GROUP VISION
Group sales to be Rs. 3000 Crores by 2010-11
Group sales to be 10000 Crores by 2014-15
Exports to be 25% of turnover by 2010-11
Our group to be pioneer and global benchmark in QPCDSM
And Technology by 2009-10.

SCOPE OF THE COMPANY

PRODUCTS DEVELOPED IN MINDA LIGHTING DIVISION


(SONEPAT) ARE:
1- Head lamp.
2- Tail lamp.
3- Room lamp.
4- Number plate lamp.
5- Front fog lamp.
6- Rear fog lamp.
7- Reflex reflector.
8- Stop lamp.
10- Reverse lamp.
11- Rear position lamp.
12- Indicator lamp.
13- Double filament lamp (main & deep).

TOOLS ARE DEVELOPED FOR:


1. HEAD LAMPS
2. TAIL LAMPS
3. INDICATORS
4. FOG LAMPS
5. HIGH MOUNT STOP LAMPS
6. WARNING TRIANGLES
7. REFLEX REFLECTORS

DEVELOPMENT FACILITIES IN THE COMPANY ARE:


1. PRODUCT DESIGN.
2. PRODUCT ENGINEERING.
3. VALIDATION LAB (TESTING LAB).
4. TOOL ROOM.

OVERALL DESCRIPTION

SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

SOFTWARES USED FOR DESIGNING PROCESS:

AUTOCAD

CATIA

IDEAS

NX MODELLING (UNIGRAPHICS)

PRODUCT VALIDATION EQUIPMENTS ARE:


1. DUST CHAMBER.
2. WATER SPRAY CHAMBER.
3. HIGH VOLTAGE AND INSULATION TESTER.
4. ENDURANCE TESTING RIG.
5. SALT SPRAY CHAMBER.
6. OVEN.
7. HEAT RESISTANCE TESTER.
8. LIFE TESTING RIG.
9. GONIOMETER.

Images of the following equipments are shown below:

Conventional machine shop


Conventional machining is a collection of material-working processes in which powerdriven machine tools, such as saws, lathes, milling machines, and drill presses, are used
with a sharp cutting tool to mechanically cut the material to achieve the desired
geometry. Machining is a part of the manufacture of almost all metal products, and it is
common for other materials, such as wood and plastic, to be machined. A person who
specializes in machining is called a machinist. A room, building, or company where
machining is done is called a machine shop. Much of modern day machining is
controlled by computers using computer numerical control (CNC) machining. Machining
can be a business, a hobby, or both.
The precise meaning of the term "machining" has evolved over the past 1.5 centuries as
technology has advanced. During the Machine Age, it referred to (what we today might
call)
the
"traditional"
machining
processes,
such
as turning, boring, drilling, milling, broaching, sawing,shaping, planing, reaming,
and tapping, or sometimes to grinding. Since the advent of new technologies such
as electrical
discharge
machining, electrochemical
machining, electron
beam
machining, photochemical
machining,
and ultrasonic
machining,
the retronym "conventional machining" can be used to differentiate the classic
technologies from the newer ones. The term "machining" without qualification usually
implies conventional machining. Since the rise of additive manufacturing (most
especially since the 2000s), material-adding techniques have begun to fulfill some of the
same part-creation needs that were traditionally filled with machining (which is about
material removal). Therefore, in recent years material-removing processes (traditional
machining and the newer types) are often being retronymously classified, in thought and
language, as subtractive manufacturing methods. In narrow contexts, additive and
subtractive methods may compete with each other. In the broad context of entire
industries, their relationship is complementary.

Machining operations

The three principal machining processes are classified as turning, drilling and milling.
Other operations falling into miscellaneous categories include shaping, planing, boring,
broaching and sawing.

Turning operations are operations that rotate the workpiece as the primary method
of moving metal against the cutting tool. Lathes are the principal machine tool
used in turning.

Milling operations are operations in which the cutting tool rotates to bring cutting
edges to bear against the workpiece. Milling machines are the principal machine
tool used in milling.

Drilling operations are operations in which holes are produced or refined by


bringing a rotating cutter with cutting edges at the lower extremity into contact

with the workpiece. Drilling operations are done primarily in drill presses but
sometimes on lathes or mills.

Miscellaneous operations are operations that strictly speaking may not be


machining operations in that they may not be swarf producing operations but
these operations are performed at a typical machine tool. Burnishing is an
example of a miscellaneous operation. Burnishing produces no swarf but can be
performed at a lathe, mill, or drill press.

An unfinished workpiece requiring machining will need to have some material cut away
to create a finished product. A finished product would be a workpiece that meets the
specifications set out for that workpiece by engineering drawings or blueprints. For
example, a workpiece may be required to have a specific outside diameter. A lathe is a
machine tool that can be used to create that diameter by rotating a metal workpiece, so
that a cutting tool can cut metal away, creating a smooth, round surface matching the
required diameter and surface finish. A drill can be used to remove metal in the shape of
a cylindrical hole. Other tools that may be used for various types of metal removal are
milling machines, saws, and grinding machines. Many of these same techniques are used
in woodworking.
More recent, advanced machining techniques include electrical discharge
machining (EDM), electro-chemical erosion, laser cutting, or water jet cutting to shape
metal workpieces.
As a commercial venture, machining is generally performed in a machine shop, which
consists of one or more workrooms containing major machine tools. Although a machine
shop can be a stand-alone operation, many businesses maintain internal machine shops
which support specialized needs of the business.
Machining requires attention to many details for a workpiece to meet the specifications
set out in the engineering drawings or blueprints. Beside the obvious problems related to
correct dimensions, there is the problem of achieving the correct finish or surface
smoothness on the workpiece. The inferior finish found on the machined surface of a
workpiece may be caused by incorrect clamping, a dull tool, or inappropriate presentation
of a tool. Frequently, this poor surface finish, known as chatter, is evident by an
undulating or irregular finish, and the appearance of waves on the machined surfaces of
the workpiece.

Overview of machining technology

Machining is not just one process; it is a group of processes. The common feature is the
use of a cutting tool to form a chip that is removed from the workpart, called swarf. To
perform the operation, relative motion is required between the tool and work. This
relative motion is achieved in most machining operation by means of a primary motion,
called "cutting speed" and a secondary motion called "feed'". The shape of the tool and its
penetration into the work surface, combined with these motions, produce the desired
shape of the resulting work surface.

Types of machining operation

There are many kinds of machining operations, each of which is capable of generating a
certain part geometry and surface texture.
In turning, a cutting tool with a single cutting edge is used to remove material from a
rotating workpiece to generate a cylindrical shape. The speed motion in turning is
provided by the rotating workpart, and the feed motion is achieved by the cutting tool
moving slowly in a direction parallel to the axis of rotation of the workpiece.
Drilling is used to create a round hole. It is accomplished by a rotating tool that is
typically has two or four cutting edges. The tool is fed in a direction parallel to its axis of
rotation into the workpart to form the round hole.
In boring, the tool is used to enlarge an already available hole. It is a fine finishing
operation used in the final stages of product manufacture.
In milling, a rotating tool with multiple cutting edges is moved slowly relative to the
material to generate a plane or straight surface. The direction of the feed motion is
perpendicular to the tool's axis of rotation. The speed motion is provided by the rotating
milling cutter. The two basic forms of milling are:

Peripheral milling

Face milling

Other conventional machining operations include shaping, planing, broaching and


sawing. Also, grinding and similar abrasive operations are often included within the
category of machining.

The cutting tool

A "numerical controlled machining cell machinist" monitors a B-1B aircraft part being
manufactured.
A cutting tool has one or more sharp cutting edges and is made of a material that is harder
than the work material. The cutting edge serves to separate chip from the parent work
material. Connected to the cutting edge are the two surfaces of the tool:

The rake face; and

The flank.

The rake face which directs the flow of newly formed chip, is oriented at a certain angle
is called the rake angle "". It is measured relative to the plane perpendicular to the work
surface. The rake angle can be positive or negative. The flank of the tool provides a
clearance between the tool and the newly formed work surface, thus protecting the
surface from abrasion, which would degrade the finish. This angle between the work
surface and the flank surface is called the relief angle. There are two basic types of
cutting tools:

Single point tool; and

Multiple-cutting-edge tool

A single point tool has one cutting edge and is used for turning, boreing and planing.
During machining, the point of the tool penetrates below the original work surface of the
workpart. The point is sometimes rounded to a certain radius, called the nose radius.
Multiple-cutting-edge tools have more than one cutting edge and usually achieve their
motion relative to the workpart by rotating. Drilling and milling uses rotating multiplecutting-edge tools. Although the shapes of these tools are different from a single-point
tool, many elements of tool geometry are similar.
INJECTION MOLDING MACHINE

Injection molding (British English: moulding) is a manufacturing process for producing


parts from both thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic materials. Material is fed into a
heated barrel, mixed, and forced into a mold cavity where it cools and hardens to the
configuration of the mold cavity.[1] After a product is designed, usually by an industrial
designer or an engineer, molds are made by a moldmaker (or toolmaker) from metal,
usually either steel or aluminum, and precision-machined to form the features of the
desired part. Injection molding is widely used for manufacturing a variety of parts, from
the smallest component to entire body panels of cars.
Process characteristics

Utilizes a ram or screw-type plunger to force molten plastic material into a mold
cavity

Produces a solid or open-ended shape that has conformed to the contour of the
mold

Uses thermoplastic or thermoset materials

Produces a parting line, sprue, and gate marks

Ejector pin marks are usually present

Applications

Injection molding is used to create many things such as wire spools, packaging, bottle
caps, automotive dashboards, pocket combs, some musical instruments (and parts of
them), one-piece chairs and small tables, storage containers, mechanical parts (including
gears), and most other plastic products available today. Injection molding is the most
common method of part manufacturing. It is ideal for producing high volumes of the
same object Some advantages of injection molding are high production rates, repeatable
high tolerances, the ability to use a wide range of materials, low labor cost, minimal scrap
losses, and little need to finish parts after molding. Some disadvantages of this process
are expensive equipment investment, potentially high running costs, and the need to
design moldable parts.

Injection process

With injection molding, granular plastic is fed by gravity from a hopper into a heated
barrel. As the granules are slowly moved forward by a screw-type plunger, the plastic is
forced into a heated chamber, where it is melted. As the plunger advances, the melted
plastic is forced through a nozzle that rests against the mold, allowing it to enter the mold
cavity through a gate and runner system. The mold remains cold so the plastic solidifies
almost as soon as the mold is filled.

Molding defects

Injection molding is a complex technology with possible production problems. They can
be caused either by defects in the molds, or more often by the molding process itself.

Molding Alternative
Defects name

Descriptions

Blister

Blistering

Tool or material is too hot, often


Raised or layered zone
caused by a lack of cooling around
on surface of the part
the tool or a faulty heater

Burn
marks

Black or brown burnt


areas on the part
Air
burn/gas
Tool lacks venting, injection speed is
located at furthest
burn/dieseling
too high
points from gate or
where air is trapped

Color
streaks
(US)

Colour
(UK)

streaks Localized change


color/colour

Causes

Masterbatch isn't mixing properly, or


the material has run out and it's
of
starting to come through as natural
only. Previous colored material
"dragging" in nozzle or check valve.

Mold/material temperatures set too


low (the material is cold when they
Knit line / Meld
Discolored line where meet, so they don't bond). Time for
Weld line line / Transfer
two flow fronts meet transition between injection and
line
transfer (to packing and holding) is
too early.

Warping Twisting

Distorted part

Cooling is too short, material is too


hot, lack of cooling around the tool,
incorrect water temperatures (the
parts bow inwards towards the hot
side of the tool) Uneven shrinking
between areas of the part

SURFACE FINISHING OPERATIONS


BUFFING
PROCESSES INVOLVED:
A. DENT CUTTING
B. BUFFING
C. U/S CLEANING
D. CLOTH CLEANING & BUFF INSPECTION

PHOSPHATING
PROCESSES

INVOLVED:

A. DEGREASING TANK
B. DERUSTING TANK
C. PHOSPHATING TANK
D. PASSIVATION TANK
E. DRYING
F. QUALITY PARAMETERS

METALLISING
Metalized films (or metalized films) are polymer films coated with a thin layer of metal,
usually aluminum. They offer the glossy metallic appearance of an aluminum foil at a
reduced weight and cost. Metalized films are widely used for decorative purposes and
food packaging, and also for specialty applications including insulation and electronics.

BMC & Bezel Metalizing Facility

Vacutek make vacuum metalizing machine


Galileo make vacuum metalizing machine with inbuilt Plasma Chemical
Deposition system for top coating.

ELECTROPLATING
Electroplating is a plating process in which metal ions in a solution are moved by an
electric field to coat an electrode. The process uses electrical current to reduce cations of
a desired material from a solution and coat a conductive object with a thin layer of the
material, such as a metal. Electroplating is primarily used for depositing a layer of
material to bestow a desired property (e.g., abrasion and wear
resistance, corrosion protection, lubricity, aesthetic qualities, etc.) to a surface that
otherwise lacks that property. Another application uses electroplating to build up
thickness on undersized parts.
The process used in electroplating is called electro deposition. It is analogous to a cell
acting in reverse. The part to be plated is the cathode of the circuit. In one technique,
the anode is made of the metal to be plated on the part. Both components are immersed in
a solution called an electrolyte containing one or more dissolved metal salts as well as
other ions that permit the flow of electricity. A power supply supplies a direct current to
the anode, oxidizing the metal atoms that comprise it and allowing them to dissolve in the
solution. At the cathode, the dissolved metal ions in the electrolyte solution are reduced at
the interface between the solution and the cathode, such that they "plate out" onto the
cathode. The rate at which the anode is dissolved is equal to the rate at which the cathode
is plated, vis-a-vis the current flowing through the circuit. In this manner, the ions in the
electrolyte bath are continuously replenished by the anode.
Other electroplating processes may use a non-consumable anode such as lead. In these
techniques, ions of the metal to be plated must be periodically replenished in the bath as
they are drawn out of the solution.

ZINC PLATING
Zinc metal has a number of characteristics that make it well-suited for use as a

coating for protecting iron and steel products from corrosion. Its excellent
corrosion resistance in most environments accounts for its successful use as a
protective coating on a variety of products and in many exposure conditions.
The excellent field performance of zinc coatings results from their ability to
form dense, adherent corrosion product films and a rate of corrosion
considerably below that of ferrous materials, some 10 to 100 times slower,
depending upon the environment. While a fresh zinc surface is quite reactive
when exposed to the atmosphere, a thin film of corrosion products develops
rapidly, greatly reducing the rate of further corrosion. The following figure
shows the expected service life to first maintenance (5% red rust) of iron and
steel based on the zinc coating thickness and the environment.

POWDER COATING
Powder coating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The
main difference between a conventional liquid paint and a powder coating is that the
powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid
suspension form. The coating is typically applied electro statically and is then cured
under heat to allow it to flow and form a "skin". The powder may be a thermoplastic or
a thermo set polymer. It is usually used to create a hard finish that is tougher than
conventional paint. Powder coating is mainly used for coating of metals, such as "white
ware", aluminum extrusions, and automobile and bicycle parts. Newer technologies allow
other materials, such as MDF (medium-density fiberboard), to be powder coated using
different methods.

Advantages and disadvantages of powder coating:


There are several advantages of powder coating over conventional liquid coatings:
1. Powder coatings emit zero or near zero volatile organic compounds (VOC).
2. Powder coatings can produce much thicker coatings than conventional liquid
coatings without running or sagging.
3. Powder coating overspray can be recycled and thus it is possible to achieve
nearly 100% use of the coating.

4. Powder coating production lines produce less hazardous waste than conventional
liquid coatings.
5. Capital equipment and operating costs for a powder line are generally less than
for conventional liquid lines.
6. Powder coated items generally have fewer appearance differences between
horizontally coated surfaces and vertically coated surfaces than liquid coated
items.
7. A wide range of specialty effects is easily accomplished which would be
impossible to achieve with other coating processes.
Why Powder Coat?
Powder coating produces a high specification coating which is relatively hard,
abrasion resistant (depending on the specification) and tough. Thin powder coatings
can be bent but this is not recommended for exterior applications.
The choice of colors and finishes is almost limitless, if you have the time and money
to have the powder produced by the powder manufacturer.
Powder coatings can be applied over a wide range of thickness. The new Australian
Standard, "AS/NZS 4506 - Thermo set powder coatings", will recommend 25 micron
minimum for mild interior applications and up to 60 micron minimum for exterior
applications. Care must be exercised when quoting minimum thickness because
some powder will not give "coverage" below 60 or even 80 micron. "Coverage" is
the ability to cover the color of the metal with the powder. Some of the white colors
require about 75 micron to give full "coverage". One of the orange colors must be
applied at 80 micron.
Color matching is quite acceptable batch to batch.

WELDING

Hot Melt

Hot plate Welding

Vibration Welding

Ultrasonic Welding

Assembly Shop

U shaped Assembly Line for Single piece flow


Pressurised
White epoxy painted floor

U shaped Assembly Line for Single piece flow.


Pressurized.
White epoxy painted floor.
In- process Inspection Station with diffused light.

4 CONCLUSION:

I hereby conclude that we have submitted all the documents


related to our project in the correct format as specified.
We conclude that our project is a simple project for now as it
works according to the user. We have been implementing
iterative server, and later on it can be extended to become
concurrent server. It is easier for the programmer to use the
code and understand the functionality.

5 BIBLIOGRAPHY:
www.google.com
www.wikipedia.com
www.mindagroup.com
www.answers.com
www.askme.com
www.esnips.com

6 CHECKLIST:
This checklist is to be duly completed by the student and verified by the Supervisor,
Project Coordinator and HOD.

1.

Is the report properly hard bound?

Yes / No

2.

Is the Cover page (on hard bound cover) in proper format?

Yes / No

3.

Is the Title page (Inner cover page) in proper format?

Yes / No

4.

(a) Is the Certificate from the Supervisor in proper format?

Yes / No

(b) Has it been signed by the Supervisor?

Yes / No

(a)

Yes / No

5.

Is the Acknowledgement from the Student in proper

format?

7.

(b) Has it been signed by the Student?

Yes / No

Does the Table of Contents include page numbers?

Yes / No

(i).

Are the Pages numbered properly?

Yes / No

(ii).

Are the Figures numbered properly?

Yes / No

8.

(iii).

Are the Tables numbered properly?

Yes / No

(iv).

Are the Captions for the Figures and Tables proper?

Yes / No

(v).

Are the Appendices numbered properly?

Yes / No

Is the conclusion of the Report based on discussion of the

Yes / No

work?
9.

10.

Are References or Bibliography given in the Report?

Yes / No

Have the References been cited inside the text of the Report?

Yes / No

Is the citation of References in proper format?

Yes / No

A Compact Disk (CD) containing the softcopy of the Final Report


(preferably in PDF format) and a Final Project Presentation in
MS power point only (made to the Supervisor / Examiner has
been placed in a protective jacket securely fastened to the inner
back cover of the Final Report. Write the name and Roll No on
the CD.

Yes / No

Declaration by Student
I certify that I have properly verified all the items in the checklist and
ensure that the report is in proper format as specified in the course
handout.

Name: RUPAM SINGH


Place: SBIT, Sonepat
Date: August 5, 2013
Signature of the Student:

Verification by Supervisor
I have duly verified all the items in the checklist and ensured that the
report is in proper format.
Name: Mr. DEVENDER JHANGAR
Place: SBIT, Sonepat
Date: August 5, 2013
Signature of the Supervisor:

Verification by Project Coordinator


I have duly verified all the items in the checklist and ensured that the
report is in proper format.
Name: Mr. AMIT DAHIYA
Place: SBIT, Sonepat
Date: August 19, 2013
Signature of the Project Coordinator:

Verification by Head of Department (HOD)


I have duly verified all the items in the checklist and ensured that the
report is in proper format.
Name: Mr. HIMANSHU JHA
Place: SBIT, Sonepat
Date: August 19, 2013
Signature of the HOD: