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rules for writing a dissertation

Rules for writing a Dissertation

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Rules for writing a Dissertation
  • Dissertation is the most important deliverable in an academic project.
  • The final dissertation will be assessed by the student’s supervisor and an independent internal assessor.
  • The recommended length of a dissertation should be between 10,000 and 15,000 words.

important things in a project
Important Things in a Project
  • The most important things in a project are:
    • The goals and objectives,
    • The plan that was made and specified,
    • The design,
    • The implementation,
    • The testing all these stages and processes have to be clearly mentioned from time to time.

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Important Things in a Project
  • The title, abstract, objectives, organization and general outline of the dissertation shall be determined well before the project begins.
  • This must be approved by the student’s supervisor and then only that the student can actually begin the project work.

the content in a dissertation
The Content in a Dissertation
  • After the Dissertation Proposal is accepted, the project begins.
  • The actual writing of the dissertation can start two to three months before the final deadline. The most common sections that are found in most of the dissertations are:
  • Abstract, table of Contents, the introduction, the main body, conclusions and references.

  • The Abstract should be a 100 to 300 word summary in which the goals, the means and the outcome must be briefly described.

table of contents
Table of Contents
  • The Table of Contents will display the structure of the dissertation and shall contain the major section and subsection headings with corresponding page numbers.
  • The page numbers must be accurate.

  • The Introduction will prepare the ground for a more detailed discussion of the following chapters.
  • The introduction should set out briefly but clearly the goals and objectives of the project.
  • This is the part which shall create the first impression on the project. It is advisable to write this part at the end of the project.

main body
Main Body
  • The nature of the project will determine the main body of the dissertation. Most common sections can include a technical overview of related work, explains the background clearly.
  • A critical literature review of the work in the area, a specification of the technical requirements of your project.

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Main Body
  • The details of the project including the overall design and implementation of the project.
  • The implementation of the project, the results obtained there in.
  • The appropriate testing that was done.

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Main Body
  • The evaluation and the verification of project outcomes.
  • This is the place where the student’s depth of understanding of the project can be demonstrated.

  • The Conclusions section will contain the final results and the achievements of the project highlighting any lessons learnt or new discoveries.

  • It must also contain the necessary steps that can extend the project in the future. In other words the scope for future developments in that particular area.

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