Summer Internship Report

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1.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNSHIP This report describes the activities carried on during a 10 weeks internship at Panasonic Energy India Co. Ltd, Vadodara. More than a plain account of completing the internship, the objective of this report is to reflect upon the experiences collected during the internship from the perspective of a MBA student. It is widely understood that the world of business is becoming more and more competitive and to stay in the competitive world, it is essential for every company to focus on its supply chain activities. Keeping in view of above, I have formulated an idea of making supply chain management as a compulsory component of my internship. The first part of my report offers an overview of the organisation followed…show more content…
The recent trend in industry shows that SCM can add on profit if managed professionally. Taking this type of thesis forward for test in industry, it is opted to test in consumer goods sector. Supply chain management addresses the fundamental business problem of supplying product to meet demand in a complex and uncertain world. As per supply chain professionals, SCM influences profitability by 20% which can be improved by 8-12%. This is clear indication of opportunity for enhancement of profitability of organisation. So it is worth studying about the supply chain management and its impact on profit. 1.4 OBJECTIVE OF STUDY  To identify the process of the supply chain and its impact on profit.  To know the policies adopted by the company regards to its supply chain.  Gaining practical knowledge on the supply chain. 1.5 SCOPE OF THE…show more content…
Supply chain cost will have a direct impact on profit and so the impact on profit can be calculated through a direct formula. Formula used for calculating supply chain cost impact on profit is : A= Supply Chain Cost per Cell sold in last year B= supply chain cost per cell sold in the current year C= No. of Cells sold in current year Impact on Profit is : A - B x C • SOURCE OF DATA The study is based on the data collected from the company through various ways such as interaction with the company officials, published reports available with the company and from the market study. Source of data can be classified in to two as : 1. PRIMARY DATA a) Interview with the company officials b) Observations during the study 2. SECONDARY
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