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How to write a thesis?

Swapnil s Agarwal, Preeti Yadav, Krishnadutt Chavali, Lavlesh Kumar.

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A thesis is a written record of the work that has been undertaken by a candidate. It constitutes objective evidence of the author’s knowledge and capabilities in the field of interest and is therefore a fair means to gauge them. But the most common, and often the only reason why a thesis is written is that it has become an obligatory offering that needs to be placed at the desk of an examiner to obtain an academic degree. As a result, most students do not really know how to undertake a thesis or a dissertation. The usual practice is to plagiarize in a new presentable fashion. This review article is intended to create awareness among the students of this very important academic exercise and also to clarify certain issues in putting up a good written record of his/her research work in a methodical manner. Although thesis writing may be viewed as an unpleasant obligation on the road to acquiring a degree, the discipline it inculcates may reap lifelong benefits.

Key words: Thesis, Reference, Introduction, Results

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