Final Project Presentation – Tips and Format

This article gives tips on how to document your project report. If you would like to know how to present your project to the audience visit guidelines while presenting your project.

Your Final Year Project is probably the largest piece of work that you have written and you should feel justifiably proud of it. It might be that you wish to show it to potential employers to demonstrate your interest and commitment to a particular area. Here are some tips and hints to help to ensure that the document looks its best: Read more »

February 27, 2010  No Comments  
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Project Proposal Template & Content

Below is a format and tips for preparing your initial project proposal report:

• Table of Contents

• Abstract

In one page, certainly not more than two, summarize the main features of your project, what problem it is solving and how you propose to solve it. This brief overview should give a snapshot of the overall structure of your final year project. Read more »

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Steps involved in doing a Mini / Final Year Project

You need to structure your work in order to meet the goals of your mini or final year project.

The below process could guide you through the various stages of the project, and at the same time help you to achieve its purposes. The process involves the following steps: Read more »

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How are Final Year Project Assessments done?

It is important to familiarise yourself with the assessment criteria and expected standards defined by your university and/or department.

The common standards used for assessing project are as below:

General

  • Relevance of chosen topic
  • Originality of chosen topic
  • Significance of findings
  • Degree to which the work is the student’s own work (as opposed to the supervisor) Read more »

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Guidelines while presenting your Project

These are a set of guidelines that would help you when you present your project to everyone:

Talk to the audience. Avoid talking to the floor, to the wall or to the projector screen. Try to keep contact with your audience. Seek eye contact with your supervisor, examiner or even your friends who are listening. But also do so without staring at anyone.

During the talk you will of course have to face the projector screen sometimes, for example to point out details shown on the slides.. Show the slides properly. Avoid showing a slide for just a second or two before going on to the next one. In most cases, there is no way that anybody in the audience Read more »

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Making your final year project work for your first job !!

How do you think you could make your final year project work for your first job?

Not all students realise the potential of choosing a good final year project….

Can you imagine that the Multi National Corporation, Google earning billions of dollers now was once the final year project of students from Stanford University?

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Choosing a Topic for your Final Year Project

The first step is to select a teammate and pick a topic that you would enjoy working. Start thinking about possible topics well before the project course begins. Consider ideas that sound interesting because of a desire to know more about a subject, a desire to learn how to use a particular software package, or a goal of working professionally in this area after graduation.  Perhaps you would like to investigate a research idea Read more »

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Problems faced in your final year project and ways to avoid them

Your academic project would be a demanding, but an exciting learning experience. However, it is not without problems which, if not identified and addressed, could seriously effect the final result and ultimately reduce your marks. Here we mentioned some of these problems and how to avoid them.

The “Overachiever” Problem:

A common problem is selecting a topic that is far too ambitious for the allotted time.   Remember that you have only a few weeks to finish the design, development and testing of your project. Be careful not to select a topic that is unrealistically large.  This can lead to frustration Read more »

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The real purpose of an academic project in your final year…

Why do you think is this activity so important that it is worth spending all this time, and why it is required as part of the degree program? Read more »

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Tips for Perfect Final Year Project

For an effective project, it is advisable to carry out the following activities:

·        Defining the objectives of the project. Read more »

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