AWINDA-1 - THE COOPERATIVE UNIVERSITY OF KENYA P.O.BOX...

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THE COOPERATIVE UNIVERSITY OF KENYA P.O.BOX 24814 KAREN NAIROBI FACULTY OF COMMERCE A REPORT ON INDUSTRIAL ATTACHMENT WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF PURCHASE AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF KENYA OKUMU ALEXANDER IBRAHIM DPSC01/0088/2015 A Report Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Award of the Diploma in purchase and supply management Department of Commerce The Cooperative University College of Kenya Nairobi Kenya © 2016 1
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DECLARATION Declaration by Candidate This report is my original work and has not been presented for an award in any University. No part of this document may be reproduced without the prior written permission of the author and/or the Cooperative University of Kenya Signature_______________________ Date ________________________________ Name and college no: OKUMU ALEXANDER IBRAHIM DPSC01/0088/2015 Declaration by Supervisor This report has been presented for examination with my approval as the university supervisor. Signature ________________________ Date____________________________________ Name of supervisor: MR. WANDERA MOSES Department of commerce, The Cooperative University of Kenya Nairobi, Kenya 1
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DEDICATION I dedicate this effort to all who work in the industry as purchase and supply management 2
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication i Declaration ii Acknowledgements iv CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Organization structure 1 1.2 Attachment objectives 1 CHAPTER TWO: ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN DURING THE ATTACHMENT 2.1 Methodology 3 2.2 Weekly activities 3 CHAPTER THREE: LESSONS, EXPERIENCES AND SKILLS ACQUIRED 3.1 Lessons and experiences 5 3.2 Challenges experienced 5 3.3 Skills acquired 5 CHAPTER FOUR: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 4.1 Conclusions 6 4.2 Recommendations 6 REFERENCES 7 3
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Firstly, I would like to express my gratitude to the Almighty God who gave me the opportunity to experience internship to completion. My appreciation also to my internship advisor, Mr. Ondiek, Senior Lecturer Moses Wandera, Faculty of Commerce, whose direction, guidance and support helped me in compiling this report. Finally, to my family who supported me financially and morally during my internship, I express my greatest gratitude.
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