FEATURES OF A PROJECT REPORT
Features of a project report.
The general structure of a project report consists of three main divisions.
This includes the title page, the preface, the acknowledgement, the table of contents and the list of tables and figures.
This contains the introduction to the problem, the review of previous research in a similar field, the details of the procedure, the findings, the analysis of that, and conclusions.
This includes Foot Notes, Bibliography Appendix , Index, etc.
Report should be written in a simple language. It should be clear, precise and simple in style, and brief. It should be written in third person or passive voice. Spelling mistakes, colloquial form of presentation should be avoided. Spelling of non-English words, if used, should be kept uniform throughout.