project report writing
Project reports should include project's background, its objectives, the methods used to achieve the objectives and the results of these efforts. It may also include the important aspects of the project and with conclusions. The information in the project reportshould be formatted with headings, clearly communicated and well supported. It must also bring out your own individualistic views and knowledge that you have gained after doing the Project. The following are some guidelines and tips for writing project report:
1. Create a title or cover page which convey the area and scope of the project and followed by a table of contents and an abstract.
2. In the introduction section, you should talk about the project and other relevant details. The broad objectives of the project should be mentioned after the introductions, following which the hypotheses that are to be evaluated in the study are mentioned.
3. Tell the reader about the research behind the project in a Background section, if too extensive to include in the introduction section.
4. In the method or procedure section, you should describe the methods you used during the project to accomplish the stated objectives with the past tense.
5. In the result section, you should show the results of the project. Depending on your reader and what your project entailed, you may want to discuss the results by explaining what they show, analyzing uncertainties, noting trends, comparing the results with known theories or with the expected results, evaluating limitations of the project, detailing the possibilities of faulty interpretation or simply discussing assumptions about the results.
6. In the conclusion section, you should summarize, once again, the project report's content based on analyzed data and suggest the implications of the project's results.
7. In the recommendation section, you should propose suggestions based on the conclusions outlined earlier. Describe actions you think should be taken because of the project's results or additional work that you think is needed to gain more knowledge about the subject.
8. In the final section, you should include references and appendices such as charts, graphs, photos or additional information. A list of references you used will help develop your project and/or that you referred to in the body of your report.
One final suggestion is to avoid using too much of technical jargon. The information derived from the research is of due importance to marketing executive, who might utilize it while taking decisions on behalf of the company. Thus the project report must be easy to understand and must not encompass too much of technical phases. Complexities created by technical jargons might act as a hindrance while treating the outcomes of statistical evaluation, as the chances of very few understanding it is very high.
The following is the format for writing the project report:
Abstract of the findings
Catalog of Tables
Catalog of figures
Introduction to the research setback
Objectives of the research
Premise of the research
Research Methodology -Data collation
Illustration and sampling technique
Figure or qualitative techniques utilized for data assessment
Conclusions and interpretation
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