I believe after 2 to 3 years, I will excel proficiency in risk control theories and tools adaptation, strengthen my understanding in macroeconomics and enhance my analysis ability as well as busines sensitiveness. After that, an MBA, such as the MBA program with concentration on finance of Columbia will assist me to get a more comprehensive understanding of corporate mangement and finance as well as enhancing my perspective in risk management strategically. My long-term career goal is to be the risk management supervisor of a bank and I am quite confidence in achieving this goal based on my academic and professional
1. Introduction 1.1 Purpose This report aims to provide a comprehensive reflection of an intern in Citibank throughout the six-month internship. This includes one key challenge faced by the banking industry, two recommendations to tackle the challenge and the holistic reflection of the intern’s personal achievement and development plan. 1.2 Scope This report covers three main areas namely: 1.2.1 Key Challenge facing the Industry In every industry, there are bound to be challenges that the companies have to overcome. Therefore, the first sub-section will touch on one of the key challenges faced by the banks.
Introduction As the final requirement of the BBA program in Manipal University, Dubai, the students have to undergo a 1-2 months internship program where in the students will be working for a particular company for 1-2 months of their time doing a full time job. An internship provides the students with an opportunity to gain an experience by putting their theoretical knowledge in to practice. They have a chance to apply the Business concepts that they’ve learnt in the past years to the work that they’re involved in. The interns can learn and gain a vast knowledge about the real world at this phase by facing new challenges and hence developing their skills and making themselves ready for the future challenges as well. To be able to experience
The given case study is hypothetical in nature and meant for academic purpose and classroom teaching. In the given case study the authors present a grievance settlement mechanism of a banking sector organization. The case study is about a grievance and its settlement of a sales executive in the branch office through the involvement of other senior officials at the workplace. The case study is useful to understand the significance of disciplinary issues, grievance settlement and domestic enquiry and counseling at the workplace. Target Audience & Prerequisite: The case study is written for the post graduate students with HR specialization.
CHAPTER – 1 INTRODUCTION Internship program is a method by which the students get an opportunity to experience the real work environment through indulgence into real corporate world where they can accomplish things and learn it by practically engaging in the work. The major objective of this internship is to acquaint myself with corporate world and involve in practical decisions and actions and observe the relevance of theories in practice as well as closely experience the organization realities. To this regard, I too got an opportunity to put myself into actual banking and acquired valuable experiences regarding banking operation. Companies offer students internships for a variety of both short and long-term reasons. Long-term, employers can use internships as an effective way of advertising their graduate jobs and/or schemes to students.
Over the past three years, I have built a good knowledge of finance. Since the line of business of our bank is centered on supervision and regulation of financial institutions, I was requested to attend the introductory training sessions about financial theory and seminars on hot financial topics and macro-economic situation at the initial stage, which opened the door for me to the field of finance. Then owing to my proficiency in mathematical analysis and computer programming, I was assigned to primarily take charge of financial information collection and compilation, software program development, fixed-assets management, etc, which helped develop a basic understanding of the finance-related fields. For the purpose of further developing my financial acumen, I spent lots of time on extensive reading of financial books and periodicals such as Principles of Economics by N.Gregory Mankiw, The Economics of Money，Banking & Financial Market by Frederic S. Mishkin, Investment by Zvi Bodie and Options, Futures and Other Derivatives by John C. Hull, as well as the online courses of Khan Academy. The more financial knowledge that I acquired, the greater interest in the finance-related fields that was generated.
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction About the Internship As per the Master of Business Administration course structure of Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) Belagavi each student has to undergo an Internship Training in the 4th semester of their course for period of 12 weeks under the mentorship of an external guide in a reputed company. At the end of internship period, the student has to submit the internship report to the VTU, Belagavi. This period will be evaluated internally and externally. This internship period is an initiative to bridge to the knowledge and application. This will provide an opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge in to practical.
Effective team buildings can help to allow them to learn how their colleagues’ minds work, their personalities and how they communicate. Thirdly, streamline the business meetings. It is advisable that we should always stick to the agenda and to always watch the clock closely as to respect other colleagues who have other deadlines to meet. Assign someone to take notes and distribute it to others who missed out on
This chapter includes the learning and experience got during internship. The basic purpose of this internship was to know how the work is carried out in the actual organization and to get information about the working conditions, level of competition, skills and abilities required to get through the intense competition. MY EXPERIENCE IN RAWALPINDI ZONE I spent my six weeks of internship in Rawalpindi Zone. In this time I worked in different departments and tried to work hard and learn more as I can. SLIC is an established government corporation and has capture market very well as a market leader.
I also give special thanks to CA Maneesh K Gupta, co–partner of Maneesh K Gupta & Co for his compassionate help. I would also like to thank Col. (Retd.) Devish Pratap Singh, Finance and Accounts Officer; Mr. Deepak Sharma, Accounts Office; Mr. Sunil Srivastava, Accountant; Mr. Ashok Kumar Kashyap, Accounts Clerk at Giri Institute of Development Studies (GIDS), Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh for their compassionate help and support in providing me the necessary and useful information required for the preparation of the Summer Internship