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guidelines on how to prepare your dissertation
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General Guidelines for Preparation of Dissertation/Thesis
ORGANISATION OF THE THESIS/DISSERTATION/REPORT
THESIS FORMAT
AUXILIARY FORMATORGANISATION OF THE THESIS/DISSERTATION/REPORT
Introduction
Review of Literature
Report on the Present Investigation
Results and Discussions
Summary and Conclusions
Appendix
Literature Cited
Publications by the Candidate
AcknowledgementsTHESIS FORMAT
Paper 
Chapter and Section formatAUXILIARY FORMAT
Binding
Front Covers
Blank sheets
Title sheet
Dedication sheet
Approval sheet
Course work sheet
Abstract
ContentsIntroductionThe title of Chapter 1 shall be Introduction. It shall justify and highlight the problem poser and define the topic and the aim and scope of the work presented in the thesis. Itmay also highlight the significant contributions from the investigation.
 
Review of LiteratureReview of Literature This shall normally from the Chapter 2 and shall present a criticalappraisal of the previous work published in the literature pertaining to the topic of theinvestigation. The extent and emphasis of the chapter shall depend on the nature of theinvestigationReport on the Present InvestigationThe reporting on the investigation shall be the presented in one or more chapters withappropriate chapter titles.Results and DiscussionsThis shall form the penultimate chapter of the thesis and shall include a thoroughevaluation of the investigation carried out and bring out the contributions from the study.The discussion shall logically lead to inferences and conclusions as well as scope for  possible further future work Summary and ConclusionsThis will be the final chapter of the thesis. A brief report of the work carried out shallform the first part of the Chapter. Conclusions derived from the logical analysis presentedin the Results and Discussions Chapter shall be presented and clearly enumerated, each point stated separately. Scope for future work should be stated lucidly in the last part of the Chapter.AppendixDetailed information, lengthy derivations, raw experimental observations etc. are to be presented in the separate appendices, which shall be numbered in Roman Capitals (e.g.“Appendix IV”). Since reference can be drawn to published/unpublished literature in theappendices these should precede the “Literature Cited” section.Literature Cited
The candidates shall follow the style of citation and style of listing in one of thestandard journals in the subject area consistently throughout his/her thesis
the names of all the authors along with their initials and the full title of thearticle/monogram/book etc. have to be given; in addition to the journals/publisher,volume, number, page(s) and year of publicationPublications by the Candidate
 
Articles, technical notes etc. on the topic of the thesis published by the candidate may beseparately listed after the literature cited. This may also be included in the Contents. Thecandidates may also include reprints of his/ her publications after the literature citation.Paper 
The thesis shall be printed or Xeroxed on white bond paper, whiteness 95% or above, weight 70 gram or more per square meter.
The size of the paper shall be standard A 4; height 297 mm, width 210 mm.
The text shall be printed employing LaserJet or Inkjet printer, the text having been processed using a standard text processor. The standard font shall be Times NewRoman of 12 pts with 1.5 line spacing.Page Format
The printed sheets shall have the following writing area and margins:
Top margin 15 mm
Head height 3 mm
Head separation 12 mm
Bottom margin 22 mm
Footer 3 mm
Foot separation 10 mm
Text height 245 mm
Text width 160 mm
When header is not used the
top margin shall be 30 mm.
Left and Right margins
The candidates shall have the options of single or double-sided printing.
Single sided/ Odd number page (in double sided printing)
Left margin 30 mm
Right margin 20 mm
Double sided – even numbered page
Left margin 20 mm
Right margin 30 mmPagination
Hindu-Arabic numerals at the center of the footer 
When header style is chosen the first page of each chapter will not have theheader and the page number shall be printed at the center of the footer.
Page number”1” for the first page of the Introduction chapter shall not appear in print, only the second page will bear the number “2”.
When header style is chosen the first page of each chapter will not have theheader and the page number shall be printed at the center of the footer.
Pagination for pages before the Introduction chapter shall be in lower case Romannumerals, e.g., “iv”.

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