Category: PhD Proposal/SynopsisType of proposal

Hi, I am in my 2nd year of my PhD and doing a research work on mechanical sensors. Now my university wants me to propose an effective approach explaining about weight to accuracy ratio. I am not aware of these things, can anyone suggest me what type of proposal should I prepare which can explain the same?

asked on 22 Jul 18Anubhav Kumar Anubhav Kumar
2 Answers
answered on 23 Jul 18

Formal Proposal, Unsolicited Proposal, Solicited Proposal, Continuation or Non-Competing Proposals, Renewal or Competing Proposals, Supplemental Proposal.
These are the types of proposal. For more information about them you can go through this link:
https://ors.ou.edu/proposal/type.html

Mansi Singhal mansi singhal
answered on 24 Jul 18

I am not sure about the types of proposal, but One thing I know for sure and can help you with that is the tips which can help you get your proposal selected in the first go-
1. Always remember that the chief objective of writing a proposal is to convince your guide.
2. Your proposal should look like that you have done enough research about the topic and really want to start with the next step. Though you need not mention each and everything you found in the proposal.
3. You must specify the outcomes and shortcomings of the previous research and also why do you want to start with this topic
4. It should be convincing.

Varun T varun t

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