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I’m in my first year in the doctoral program. I have been reading literature continuously to discover a topic which interests me. However, I couldn’t discover any! Thus I endeavoured to search for some guide on the net and read various blog entries on the most proficient method to pick a research topic. But, at that point, those online journals arrive at the same decision that an impeccable research subject ought to be reasonable, exploratory, tending to an uncertain issue. But, how might I know whether I can deal with the topic which I’m thinking about? Who will let me know whether this specific topic is exploratory or not?

asked on 18 Jul 18Rashi Garg rashi garg
3 Answers
answered on 18 Jul 18

I found this video on youtube while I was looking for the solution to your problem. Check it out.

Ritu Gupta ritu gupta
answered on 19 Jul 18

Assume that you choose a topic Women in the 21st century which is excessively broad. It covers every woman around the globe (dark, white, Asian) who is working in benefit divisions, dealing with family duties. This point likewise incorporates the ladies from all age bunches whether they are hitched, single, separated or dame. You see? Here, you have a lot of things to investigate which you won’t be able to do. You need assets and time to look into. You should consider and assess what all should be possible, all can be examined, all can be dissected well. In the event that you get huge subjects to work upon, you may end up making a total wreckage of your PhD.

Aanchal S aanchal s
answered on 20 Jul 18

I am attaching a link to the website who provide services like these. I hired them for my topic also, and they were so good. They gave me four topic suggestions with a brief so that I could have an idea that I will be able to research that topic or not.
You can also do the same. You can explain your question to them, and experts will answer your question.

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