Project Viva Exam



1. Be clear about the purpose of choosing a specific topic for the project

2. What interests you about that project

3. Select proper research methodology

4. Do extensive primary research by meeting people related to that so you can answer anything asked related to primary data

5.  Secondary data is available in plenty. Be selective on what is relevant.

6. Questions will be a tricky one so do go through the whole project once.

7. Drafting and writing properly is important so that readers can understand.

8. Never copy paste anything as you won’t be aware how primary research is actually conducted.

By Vishal Sawant (BMS Graduate 2011-12, 2 years work experience and current PGDM student of CIMR 2014-16)


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