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An Outline [for the Guides]
The etymology indicates that the word ‘dissertation’ means a ‘discourse’ in the form of ‘formal, written treatise’. 1 In the dissertation studio, students are encouraged to question and observe a phenomenon critically and are expected to describe his/ her thoughts in a contiguous narrative. In the process, they would raise specific set of research questions pertaining to the phenomenon under observation, discuss the theoretical framework forming the basis of the arguments, formulate the operative framework to be adopted and applied in the research, undertake certain research methods for the primary study to collect/collate and to analyze the relevant information/data in order to answer/address the research questions posed in the beginning and conclude by summing up various nuances observed in relation to the central concern of the research .
The course is divided into three components: 1. writing the research proposal, 2. research progress and communicating results and 3. writing the dissertation
The first component of the studio is still under process. However, about sixty (60) percent of the research proposals are approved so far and a list (including the name of the students, topics of the proposed research and the suggested guides) are forwarded herewith. Each student in this particular list has been directed to approach the guide with the research proposal containing the following information: • • • •
Aims and objectives of the study Research question/s The research design that includes the methods required and the ‘object’ of the study A bibliography that the students have identified so far.
dissertation: 1610s, "discussion, debate," from L. dissertationem (nom. dissertatio) "discourse," noun of action from pp. stem of dissertare "debate, argue, examine, harangue," frequentative of disserere "discuss, examine," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + serere "to arrange words" (see series). Sense of "formal, written treatise" is 1650s. Source: Online Etymology Dictionary, Available at <http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=dissertation&searchmode=none> [Accessed September 15, 2011]
In terms of monitoring regular progress. Leon Morenas / Suptendu P. Biswas 14th September. Guides shall play a pivotal role in the next two components of the studio. Coordinator/s shall be responsible for ensuring the overall monitoring of the work in terms of approving the research proposals as well as setting up of the broad deadlines and deliverables. Guides are chosen among the ‘full-time’ faculty members in anticipation with their anticipated fields of expertise. We strongly discourage the format and the mindset of ‘report writing’. if any guide is aware of the plagiarism of any kind while reviewing the work of any students. Guides may also be required to impart necessary further directions on theoretical dimensions of the research. students may sign some kind of record. the students shall organize his/her thoughts in a narrative manner appropriate to the research topic. While writing the dissertation. he/she must inform the coordinators immediately.Dissertation Studio 2011-2012 Sushant School of Art & Architecture. With regard to undertaking the research. List of Students. Gurgaon Dissertation is essentially a self-driven research endeavour to be pursued by an individual student under the supervision of one guide. guides responsibilities shall include meeting with the assigned students at regular intervals. advising them how to conduct their research. like an attendance sheet). topics and guides 2. offering advice on how to manage field contingencies and providing insights as the students proceed with analysis. We take a stern stand on the intellectual property theft. guides are suggested to keep an attendance record of the day and time of the meeting with the respective student (for this purpose. 2011 Encl: 1. Revised Schedule of the Submission . We recommend Harvard referencing style for the dissertations (a copy of which is kept in Sushant School library) and guides may need to verify whether the student’s writing work at every stage follow the same format.
Dissertation Studio 2011-2012 Sushant School of Art and Architecture Revised Schedule of Submission: Stage Stage I Stage II Submission Research Proposal Details Assignment of Guides based on proposal (1 Copy) Draft including Narrative Structure (2 Copies) Completion of research in narrative form (2 Copies) Pre-final Paper (Double blind Review) (3 Copies) Softbound Final Paper Submission (2 Copies) Date 23/Sep /2011 11/ Oct/ 2011 01/Nov/2011 15/Nov/2011 Allotment of Marks Guide Coordinator 0 200 100 150 100 100 0 200 (Double Blind Reviewers) 100 600 Research Progress and Communicating Results Stage III Dissertation Writing 29/Nov/2011 50 Total Marks (1000) 400 .
TOPIC GUIDE GS RSQ RC RR RC RR RC RSQ JS ANG GS RR RC JS JS ANG GS RC ATS RC DN RR RR RR DN JS ANG GS RSQ ATS RSQ GS ATS ATS DN JS DN DN ANG GS ANG RSQ JS 200 100 120 100 170 140 130 150 136 120 100 136 154 150 100 110 100 130 110 110 100 136 170 170 136 110 120 140 130 110 120 100 144 110 100 150 116 120 120 144 130 116 85 100 100 100 150 200 100 100 50 Technical Arrangements and their influence on Social and 0031691607 Spatial Order 0051691607 Walkability in Neighbourhood 0061691607 Urban renewal of villages in a city ??? 0071691607 Architecture as the tool to uplift 'caste-pride': The 'Mayawati Texture' in Lucknow's cityscape 0081691607 Cultural Capital and Spatial Politics 0091691607 Study of the Bhopal Lakefronts 0101691607 Delhi unexplored: Majnu ka Tila— An Urban Design Study Transformation of urban village within expanding cities: 0111691607 A case study of Sukhrali village.No. NO.GURGAON 1000 . Riddhi Chakraborty Mr. dhani and settlement: through the eyes of caste 0361691607 system in Rajasthan 0371691607 The effect of urban form on property value Understanding the wholesale market system: Kinari 0381691607 Bazaar 0391691607 0401691607 Understanding the spatial quality of Hauz Khas village -Space syntactical study of qualitative impact of a place Informal market: an organic tissue connecting Atta & Sector 18 markets 0411691607 Influence of retail design on consumer 0421691607 Greater Noida and the Land Acquisition Act 0431691607 0441691607 0451691607 0461691607 Contributions of Firoz Shah Tughlaq towards architecture in and around Delhi Impact of the Delhi Metro on urban form : Analysing areas around Rajouri Garden. Gurgaon 0131691607 Critical Regionalism and authenticity 0141691607 Old Gurgaon ?? Critique of the energy rating systems being used in 0151691607 India: LEED Park. NAME OF THE STUDENTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 VIVEK CHITHAMBARAM AKHILESH TEKCHAND ANEEMA JENA NITISH JAIN AKANKSHA KOHLI VISHAKHA JHA NITIN KUMAR AGRAWAL SHIVANI VARMA GARIMA SACHDEV MOHAK GUPTA NIKITA VARMA SWARNABH GHOSH SMRIDDHI WASSON ADITI BHATIA VIVEK KHURANA NEHA ARORA NISHA BADRI SIDDHARTHA MAHAJAN TANVI DHAR HERA ASIF SOMANSH ARORA DAMINI DATTA ABHIMANYU PRAKASH ESHA MATHUR NISHESH JAIN AKANKSHA BANSAL KHYATI SARAF SHEFALI GUPTA ANKITA SINGH ANIRUDHA SUNDARESAN SHRUTI SHARMA ZOYA PURI ARPIT PRAKASH SHREYA MEHTA ZARI SUBHLOK INDRAJIT DUTTA MITESH GULATI SUKSHITA PAL SINGH MAYANK ARORA TANYA KATARIA KOMAL GUPTA VARUN MANN SHAZAN HUSSAIN EN. Gurgaon Thermal comfort and sustaianbility: an example of NIIT 0471691607 university. Jagan Shah Ms. 5TH YEAR] S.ARCH. pleasure and the shopping mall: the notion of 0161691607 public space in Gurgaon 0171691607 Activities around religious centres: Kalkaji Temple 0181691607 Identity in Indian Architecture 0191691607 Critical appraisal of the key literature on the urban planning of Chandigarh? 0201691607 Authenticity Versus Modernity 0211691607 Sunday Book Bazaar. Atul Setya Dr. Rajat Ray Mr. Ryan Sequeira ANG ATS DN GS JS RC RR RSQ GRAND TOTAL STAGE I Coordinator's marks (23/09/11) STAGE II A Coordinator's marks (11/10/11) STAGE III A Coordinator's marks (15/11/11) STAGE III B Coordinator's marks (29/11/11) STAGE III A Guide's marks (15/11/11) STAGE II A Guide's marks (11/10/11) STAGE II B Guide's marks (01/11/11) STAGE III B Guide's marks (29/11/11) SSAA. Neemrana Effect of transformation on the evolution of street: Mehrauli 0481691607 as a case study Study of factors involved in defining the character of a cultural 0491691607 space 0181691606 Identity of a mosque?? GUIDES: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Ms. Anuradha Gandhi Mr. Gaurav Shorey Mr. Dristi Neog Mr.DISSERTATION [B. Darya Ganj 0221691607 Is Gurgaon really a city or enclaves? 0231691607 Health and the Built Environment Cultural aspects of built form: a study of the Katras of 0241691607 old Delhi Comparative analysis of pedestrian behavior between 0261691607 Nehru Place and DLF Cyber City The struggle to belong: the politics of demolition of Noor 0271691607 Masjid in Jangpura 0281691607 The Diety and Her Abode: Durgapuja pandals today The ghats of Mathura: a study of cultural heritage 0291691607 landscape Urban transformation in and around Janakpuri District 0311691607 Centre 0321691607 Capitalizing Culture— Dilli Haat 0331691607 Transformation of Urban Villages of Gurgaon Transformation of social interactve spaces in 0351691607 neighbourhood House. Janak Puri and Subhash Nagar Metro Stations The study of Psychogeography and its tools and their application in identifying the effects of contemporary urban environments of human behaviour Bazaars: Sadar Bazaar.
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