1. Title and Introduction

- Clearly state the title of your project.
- Provide a brief introduction to the project, outlining its significance and relevance to the field of study.

2. Objectives

Clearly define the objectives of your project. What do you aim to achieve through your research or analysis?

3. Literature Review

Conduct a thorough review of existing literature related to your project topic. Identify gaps in the current knowledge and explain how your project addresses these gaps.

4. Methodology

Describe the research design or methodology you will use to conduct your project. Explain why you chose this particular approach and how it aligns with your objectives.

5. Data Collection

If applicable, detail the methods you will use to collect data. This could include surveys, interviews, case studies, or analysis of existing data.

6. Data Analysis

Outline the techniques and tools you will use to analyze the collected data. Provide a rationale for your chosen methods.

7. Findings

It is the heart of the project. Mention the major conclusions drawn from the study. Write findings chronologically & in line with the objectives. Give references to primary and secondary data for each finding

8. Suggestions/Recommendation

This would be your views/ opinions on the project.
You can give comments, but they should be justified and logical. Make recommendations to different stakeholders. Write suggestions, if any, again give reference for each suggestion. Ensure that you are not suggesting anything which is not studied in the course of project. Ensure all the suggestions are Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Time bound

9. Results

Present the findings of your research or analysis. Use graphs, charts, and tables where appropriate to enhance clarity.

10. Discussion

Interpret your results and discuss their implications. Relate your findings back to your research objectives and the existing literature.

11. Conclusion

Summarize the key findings and insights from your project. Discuss any limitations and suggest areas for future research.

12. Recommendations

If applicable, provide recommendations based on your findings. This could include strategic recommendations for businesses or suggestions for policy changes.

13. References / Bibliography

List of books, magazines, journals, websites etc. referred by you.

14. Formatting

Follow the formatting guidelines provided by your institution, including font size, margins, and citation style.