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Contents of research report

Contents of research report

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Contents of research report

  1. 1. Contents of Research Report 1 By Group -1
  2. 2. “Research reports are detailed and accurate accounts of the conduct of disciplined studies accomplished to solve problems or to reveal new knowledge.” 2
  3. 3. Meaning of Research Report:  Research report writing is the oral or written presentation of the evidence and the findings in such detail and form as to be readily understood and accessed by the reader and as to enable him to verify the validity of the conclusions..
  4. 4. Characteristics of good report  1) Attractive  2) Clear Topic  3) Balanced Language  4) No repetition of facts  5) Statement of scientific facts  6) Practicability  7)Description of the difficulties and the shortcomings
  5. 5. Contents of Research Report  Purpose of study  Significance of his study or statement of the problem  Review of literature  Methodology  Interpretation of data  Conclusions and suggestions  Bibliography  Appendices 5
  6. 6. (1) Purpose of study  Research is one direction oriented study. one should discuss the problem of his study. He must give background of the problem. He must lay down his hypothesis of the study.  One should be able to collect data, analyze it and prove the hypothesis.  One must use review of literature or the data from secondary source for explaining the statement of the problems. 6
  7. 7. 2) Significance of study  One must explain how his research is different and how his research topic is different and how his research topic is important.  In a statement of his problem, One must be able to explain in brief the historical account of the topic and way in which he can make and attempt. In his study to conduct the research on his topic. 7
  8. 8. (3) Review of Literature  One will get guidelines for his research from taking a review of literature. He should collect information in respect of earlier research work. He should enlist them in the given below:  Author/researcher  Title of research /Name of book  Publisher  Year of publication  Objectives of his study  Conclusion/suggestions 8
  9. 9. (4) Methodology  it is related to collection of data. There are two sources for collecting data; primary and secondary.  Primary data is original and collected in field work, either through questionnaire interviews.  The secondary data relied on library work. Such primary data are collected by sampling method. The procedure for selecting the sample must be mentioned.  The methodology must give various aspects of the problem that are studied for valid generalization about the phenomena. The scales of measurement must be explained along with different concepts used in the study. 9
  10. 10. (5) Interpretation of data:  Mainly the data collected from primary source need to be interpreted in systematic manner.  The tabulation must be completed to draw conclusions. All the questions are not useful for report writing.  One has to select them or club them according to hypothesis or objectives of study. 10
  11. 11. (6) Conclusions/suggestions:  The information collected in field work is useful to draw conclusions of study.  In relation with the objectives of study the analysis of data may lead the researcher to pin point his suggestions.  This is the most important part of study. The conclusions must be based on logical and statistical reasoning.  The report should contain not only the generalization of inference but also the basis on which the inferences are drawn. 11
  12. 12. (7) Bibliography:  The list of references must be arranged in alphabetical order and be presented in appendix.  The books should be given in first section and articles are in second section and research projects in the third.  The pattern of bibliography is considered convenient and satisfactory from the point of view of reader. 12
  13. 13. (8) Appendices:  The general information in tabular form which is not directly used in the analysis of data but which is useful to understand the background of study can be given in appendix. 13

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