The sequence in which the project report material
should be arranged and bound as follows: 1. Cover Page
2. Content 3. Certificate
4. Abstract 5. Acknowledgement
6. Project Details 7. Summary
8. Conclusion 9. References
10. Appendices (If any) Cover Page: Title of your project should be
written on the top in large font. You may use sketches, photographs, cartoons etc. to
make the cover page attractive. Write the names of the project workers on the lower
part of the cover. Abstract: Write an abstract of your project
within 500 words. The abstract should present a complete picture of your project so that
anybody who goes through it can have an overall idea of the project. The language used in
the abstract should be very simple Acknowledgement: Acknowledge the help and
co-operation you got from various individuals and organizations. Remember that, you should
record your thanks, gratefulness to all those who have helped you or encouraged you, it
does not matter how small the help may be or how less important the person may be. However,
this chapter should not preferably be more than one page in length. Project Details: Present the data (results)
obtained, collected through experimentation, study and survey. Relevant maps, figures,
tables etc. should be given in this chapter. Take care to make your presentation as simple
as possible. Tables, diagrams etc. also should be understandable to all and should be systematically
presented. Do not analyse your data or draw conclusions in this chapter. In fact, up to
this chapter you are not supposed to give your own opinion, analysis and interpretation. Conclusion: You know how to draw conclusions
based on analyzed data. Include your suggestions that, you think, can solve the problem in
hand. Also write about scope for future work. References: This is the last chapter of your
project report. Here you should quote all study materials used (example, books, articles,
news paper, personal interviews etc.) You should write references in a specific order.
We shall stick to writing them in alphabetical order of surname (Family name) of authors
(and in alphabetical order of the names of news paper).

A Guide to write an Effective Project Report
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  • July 3, 2015 at 2:59 pm

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