It’s a first step of your project report to write a proposal. It is very easy to write proposal for your project. Keep this point handy and give it a read any time you need a boost. Are you ready? Let’s jump right in!

The project report proposal is a document which conveys the main idea of the project to the prospective supervisor. This is the basis of initial discussions between students and supervisors. Rather than a purely oral discussion, students must approach supervisors with a project report proposal.

Project Report Proposal should be submitted to the supervisor for the evaluation of the topic and its feasibility.


The proposal is a road map, showing the location from where the journey begins the destination, and the route taken to get there. It tells us what, why, how, where, and to whom and by whom will the research be done. It is a work plan, an outline, a statement of intent or a draft plan.
Students have to submit proposal to the Department dully approved/signed by the supervisor. The proposal should be 3 to 5 pages long (or 1000-1500 words, maximum) and should take the following form.


The proposal for a project should have the following points:
i) Project title (Working Title)
ii) Introduction or Purpose of the study (brief background)
iii) Aims and objectives of the study (usually written as 4-8 bullet points)
iv) Literature review (including importance/benefits of the study)
v) Research design and methodology (Data Collection)
vi) Technique of analysis (i.e. the proposed analysis)
vii) Output / Findings
viii) Chapter Scheme of the report ( with brief explanation)

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