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GUIDELINES

for the Preparation


of Final
Research Projects
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Abstract
An abstract is a short summary of the research project. An abstract should briefly describe the
purpose, objectives (problem statement), significance of research, research methodology, as well
as the findings and conclusion of the research.

An abstract must not exceed 300 words, Single-spaced, justified and written in English language.

Keywords: Include topic, major theories, keywords others might use to find your work, research
method
Table of Contents

Abstract ................................................................................................................................................ 00
Table of Contents .................................................................................................................................. 00
Table Of Illustration.............................................................................................................................. 00
Chapter 01 Introduction .................................................................................................................. 00
1.1 Problem Statement ...................................................................................................................... 00
1.2 Research Question / Objective: ................................................................................................... 00
1.3 Purpose........................................................................................................................................ 00
1.4 Significance................................................................................................................................. 00
Chapter 03: Methodology ................................................................................................................... 00
3.1 Research Design ....................................................................................................................... 00
3.2 Data Collection Methods ......................................................................................................... 00
3.3 Sample Size \ Population Size ................................................................................................. 00
3.4 Hypothesis.................................................................................................................................. 00
Chapter 04 Analysis, Discussion And Interpretation .................................................................... 00
4.1 Analysis Test1 ............................................................................................................................... 00
4.2 Analysis Test2 ............................................................................................................................... 00
4.3 Analysis Test3 ............................................................................................................................... 00
Chapter 05 - Conclusion and Recommendation ................................................................................... 00
5.1 Conclusion .................................................................................................................................. 00
5.2 Recommendations ....................................................................................................................... 00
Reference .............................................................................................................................................. 00
Appendices A Questionnaire ............................................................................................................ 00
Table of Illustration

Table Index
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TABLE 2: ................................................................................................................................................................ 00
TABLE 3: ................................................................................................................................................................ 00
TABLE 4: ................................................................................................................................................................ 00
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Figure Index
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Table of Content
The Table of Contents lists the chapters, topics and sub-topics together with their page numbers. Subtopics
and topics should be labeled according to the chapter, for e.g.:

CHAPTER 1

1.1 Topic 1

1.1.1 Sub-topic 1

CHAPTER 2

2.1 Topic 1

2.1.1 Sub-topic 1

This numbering system provides a clear picture of the relationship between chapters and topics and shows
how they are connected.

List of Figures
This list contains the titles of figures, together with their page numbers, which are found throughout the
text. For example, from figures in Chapter 1 are numbered sequentially: Figure 1.1, Figure 1.2 and using
font type Time new roman, Font size 10 and italic.

List of Tables
This list contains the titles of tables, together with their page numbers, which are listed in the text. The
numbering system is according to chapter, for e.g.: tables in Chapter 1 are numbered sequentially: Table
1.1, Table 1.2 and using font type Time new roman, Font size 10 and italic.

Introduction
This chapter contains the introduction to the issues in which the research is concerned with, the aims
and objectives of the study, and the scope or outline of the research approach as well as the structure
of the research report/thesis.

Methodology
This chapter describes and explains the materials as well as the research methodology used in the study.
The sub-topics for this chapter include the key research questions, the research design, and the research
procedures adopted. It may also, where appropriate, indicate sampling methods, research instruments
and statistical methods employed. The purpose of this is to inform the reader on the methods used to
collect the data and generate the findings reported. Sampling size not less than 350; where filled
questionnaire submitted in hard or soft copy.
Results
This chapter explains the results which are commonly presented in the form of text, figures and tables,
complete with data analysis.

Conclusion
This chapter contains the interpretation of the results. The findings of the research should be compared
and contrasted with those of previous studies presented in the literature review. The purpose of this
chapter is to discuss the findings and the outcomes of the research in relation to the results that have
been obtained. The findings are summarized and their implications discussed. This section may include
suggestions for future work.

References
All works or studies referred to in the research report/thesis in the form of quotations or citations must
be included in the references.

The references should be written consistently in the American Psychological Association (APA)
format. Each reference should be written in single spacing format and a double space should be left
between references. The list of references must be arranged in alphabetical order and the entries should
not be numbered. The list must also have a hanging indentation of 0.5 inch. For example:

Buchwalow, I. B., & Bcker, W. (2010). Immunohisto-chemistry: basics and methods. Berlin:
Springer Verlag.

Font Size
Spacing is 1.5 and justified Paragraph setting is used.

Main text 12
Main heading 16
Sub heading 14
Sub heading of sub heading 12
Submission of project
Project will be submitted in two breakups.

Topics Class Date


Problem Statement, Significance,
Objectives or Research Questions, 10th session 17-06-2017
Purpose and Methodology
Full project with define formatting 13th and 14th session Final Session