IGNOU MCA (MCSP-60) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT

IGNOU MCA (MCSP-60) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT

The Master of Computer Applications (MCA) programme prepares the students to take up positions as Systems Analysts, Systems Designers, Software Engineers, Programmers and Project Managers in any field related to information technology. We had therefore imparted you the comprehensive knowledge covering the skills and core areas of computer science courses with equal emphasis on the theory and practice. The MCA students are encouraged to spend at least six man-months working on a project preferably in a software industry or any research organization. The courses studied and the mini project handled by you the comprehensive background to work on diverse application domains.

Approval of the project proposal is mandatory to continue and submit the project work.

The theoretical background of various courses provides you the necessary foundation, principles, and practices to develop effective ways to solve computing problems. The hands on experience gained from the practical courses provides you the knowledge to work with various operating systems, programming languages, software tools and testing tools.

IGNOU MCA (MCSP-60) PROJECT

TOPICS EXAMPLE

  • Real Estate Management System

  • Inventory Management System

  • Hospital management System

  • Retail Management System

  • Online Education System

  • VOIP Based Predictive Dialer

  • Light & Sound Control System

  • College Management System

  • Hotel Management System

  • Tour & Travel Software

  • HR Payroll Management System

  • Time Table Management System

  • Attendance Management System

  • Restaurant Billing System

  • Shopping Mall Billing System

  • E-Shop Portal

  • Student Database Management System

  • Online Job Portal

  • Library Management System

  • Fee Management System

  • Car Parking Management System

  • Matrimonial Web Portal

  • Export/Import ERP Solution

  • Income Tax Software

  • Customer Enquiry Management System

POINTS TO REMEMBER WHILE PREPARING THE PROJECT PROPOSAL

  1. Project Proposal Formulation

 The project proposal should be prepared in consultation with your guide. The

project proposal should clearly state the project objectives and the environment of the

proposed project to be undertaken. The project work should compulsorily include the

software development. The project proposal should contain complete details in the

following form:

 Proforma for Approval of Project Proposal (see page no.5) duly filled and signed by both

the student and the Project Guide with date.

 Bio-data of the project guide with her/his signature and date.

 Synopsis of the project proposal (15-20 pages) covering the following aspects:

(i) Title of the Project.

(ii) Introduction and Objectives of the Project.

(iii) Project Category (RDBMS/OOPS/Networking/Multimedia/Artificial

Intelligence/Expert Systems etc.).

(iv) Tools/Platform, Hardware and Software Requirement specifications.

(v) Problem Definition, Requirement Specifications (Detailed functional

Requirements and Technical Specifications), Project Planning and Scheduling

(Gantt chart and PERT chart).

(vi) Scope of the solution.

(vii) Analysis (Data Models like 0, 1 and 2 level DFDs, Complete ER Diagrams with

cardinality, Class Diagrams etc. as per the project requirements).

(viii) A complete Database and tables detail with Primary and Foreign keys, and proper

constraints in the fields (as per project requirements)

(ix) A complete structure which includes:

 Number of modules and their description to provide an estimation of the

student’s effort on the project. Along with process logic of each Module.

 Data Structures as per the project requirements for all the modules.

 Process Logic of each module.

 Implementation methodology

 List of reports that are likely to be generated.

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(x) Overall network architecture (if required for your project)

(xi) Implementation of security mechanisms at various levels

(xii) Future scope and further enhancement of the project.

(xiii) Bibliography

 A self-addressed envelope with duly affixed postage stamps (to send it by ordinary post

only) on it.

  1. Project proposal completed in all aspects with necessary enclosures should be sent to the

Regional Director of the Regional Centre concerned. While posting your proposal to your

Regional Centre, on the top of the envelope you should mention “MCA Project Proposal

(MCSP-060)”. Under no circumstances, should the project proposal be sent to SOCIS,

IGNOU, New Delhi.

  1. A project proposal, once approved, is valid for one year (two slots). In case, a student is

unable to submit her/his project report as per the slot, s/he may be given another chance for

submission of the project report in the subsequent slot. If s/he still does not submit the

project report, a fresh synopsis approval is needed.

  1. All entries of the proforma of approval should be filled up with appropriate and complete

information. Incomplete approval-proforma in any respect will be summarily rejected.

  1. A photocopy of the complete Project Proposal (along with Project Proforma, Project

Synopsis, Bio-data of the guide) submitted to your Regional Centre, should be retained by

the student for future reference.

  1. The evaluated project proposal proforma along with the details of Approved/Disapproved

will be sent to the student within 4-6 weeks after the proposal is received at Regional Centre

concerned. In case if it is disapproved, the suggestions for reformulating the project will be

communicated to the student. Revised project proposal proforma, synopsis, bio-data of the

guide with her/his signature on it, should be sent along with the original copy/photocopy of

the non-approved proforma of the earlier project proposal, to the Regional Centre

Concerned.

  1. The project is a part of your final semester (6th semesters) curriculum. Students are eligible

to submit the project proposals after entering the 5th semester of MCA as per the calendar.

  1. In case the students require any project trainee letter from the University for doing a project

in any organization/software company, they can get a “Project Trainee letter” (Refer

page 21) attested by the Project Coordinator/Regional Director / Asst. Regional Director.

  1. Please ensure that at any given point of time, a guide should not provide guidance for

more than 5 MCA students of IGNOU.

  1. Violation of the project guidelines will lead to the rejection of the project at any stage.

POINTS TO REMEMBER WHILE PREPARING THE
PROJECT REPORT
1. Project Report Formulation:
The project report should contain the following:
(i) Original copy of the Approved Proforma and Project Proposal.
(ii) Bio-data of the guide with her/his signature and date.
(iii) Certificate of Originality (Format given on Page 23).
(iv) Project documentation.
(v) A CD consisting of the executable file(s) of the complete project should be attached
on the last page of the project report. In no case, it should be sent separately. The
student needs to retain the identical copy of the CD that should be carried while
appearing for the viva-voce along with the project report.
2. The project documentation may be about 100 to 125 pages (excluding coding). The
project documentation details should not be too generic in nature. Appropriate project report
documentation should be done, like, how you have done the analysis, design, coding, use
of testing techniques/strategies, etc., in respect of your project. To be more specific,
whatever the theory in respect of these topics is available in the reference books should be
avoided as far as possible. The project documentation should be in respect of your
project only. The project documentation should include the topics given below. Each and
every component shown below carries certain weightage in the project report evaluation.
 Table of Contents/Index with page numbering
 Introduction/Objectives
 System Analysis
 Identification of Need
 Preliminary Investigation
 Feasibility Study
 Project Planning
 Project Scheduling (PERT Chart and Gantt Chart both)
 Software requirement specifications (SRS)
 Software Engineering Paradigm applied
 Data models (like DFD), Control Flow diagrams, State Diagrams/Sequence
diagrams, Entity Relationship Model, Class Diagrams/CRC Models/Collaboration
Diagrams/Use-case Diagrams/Activity Diagrams depending upon your project
requirements
 System Design
 Modularisation details
 Data integrity and constraints
 Database design, Procedural Design/Object Oriented Design
 User Interface Design
 Test Cases (Unit Test Cases and System Test Cases)
 Coding
 SQL commands for (i) database creation (along with constraints), (ii) data insertion
in tables and (iii) access rights for different users.
 Complete Project Coding
 Comments and Description of Coding segments
 Standardization of the coding
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 Code Efficiency
 Error handling
 Parameters calling/passing
 Validation checks
 Testing
 Testing techniques and Testing strategies used
 Testing Plan used
 Test reports for Unit Test Cases and System Test Cases
 Debugging and Code improvement
 System Security measures (Implementation of security for the project developed)
 Database/data security
 Creation of User profiles and access rights
 Cost Estimation of the Project along with Cost Estimation Model
 Reports (sample layouts should be placed)
 Future scope and further enhancement of the Project
 Bibliography
 Appendices (if any)
 Glossary.
 Should attach a copy of the CD containing the executable file(s) of the complete
project.
3. The project report should normally be printed with single line spacing on A4 paper (one
side only). All the pages, tables and figures must be numbered. Tables and figures should
contain titles.
4. If any project report is received in the absence of the approved project proposal proforma
(in original), project synopsis, bio-data of the guide with her/his signature on it,
certificate of originality and CD it will be summarily rejected and returned to the student
for compliance.
5. Through out the project report, the title of the project should be the same as per the
approved synopsis. Signature of the Project Guide in the Certificate of Originality should
match with the signature in the Project Proposal proforma also.
6. Only one copy of the original project report in the bound form along with the CD
(containing the executable file(s) of the project should be enclosed in the last page) is to be
submitted to the Regional Director of the Regional Centre concerned through registered
insured post by the date mentioned in the Calendar for the project. One photocopy of the
same Project Report and the CD containing the executable file(s) must be retained by the
student, which should be produced before the examiner at the time of viva-voce.
7. A photocopy of the project report is not acceptable for submission. Kindly mention on the
top of the envelope MCA PROJECT REPORT (MCSP-060). This will facilitate sorting
out project reports received by the Regional Director.
8. Preferably, not more than one student is permitted to work on a project. However, in
case a project is comprehensive enough that requires one human-year or more time for its
completion, then as per requirements of six human-months per student, at most two students
13 may work on the same project. In this regard, prior recommendation is mandatory and
must be obtained from the MCA Project Coordinator, SOCIS, Block-C,
Visveswarayya Bhawan, IGNOU Academic Complex, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi –
110068 by sending the complete synopsis by both the students along with a hand-written
application.
9. If 2 students have been allowed to work on a project, the project synopsis and project
reports by them must include only different modules undertaken/worked upon individually.
Each student must submit a separate project proposal and a separate project reports related
to her/his modules. Completely identical project synopsis and/or project reports are not
allowed. Only introductory and possibly concluding remarks may be similar or common.
Each student has to undergo all the phases/stages of the software project development life
cycle. In this case, both the students must attach the prior recommendation obtained
from the MCA Project Coordinator along with the synopsis should be sent to the
Regional Centre concerned for evaluation. A single copy of the project synopsis and/or
project report comprising of work of two or more students shall not be entertained.
Violation of these project guidelines may lead to the rejection of the project
at any stage.
10. Students are advised not to pay any fees/remuneration to the Project Guide as the University
has the provision for paying remuneration to the guide, for whom a format is being,
enclosed (Refer Page 19).
11. Student should be involved in each and every phase of Project Development. If it is found
that student is not involved in any phase for example coding phase, it may lead to the
rejection/disqualifying of the project at any stage.
12. Title of the project should be kept the same throughout the project.

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IGNOU MSW(MSWP-1) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT

IGNOU MSW(MSWP-1) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT

MSW(MSWP-1)

The Programme offered by the School of Social Work, IGNOU, is unique and innovative in many respects. The salient features of this programme are:

  • Indigenously-prepared self-instructional print materials are provided to students.
  • Print materials are supported with audio ad video programmes.
  • Multi-media programme package is made available.
  • Every student of MSW is placed under the supervision of a professionally- qualified social worker for fieldwork supervision.
  • There is a course on history of social work in India titled ‘Professional Social Work: Indian perspectives’.
  • For the first time a theory paper on ‘Social Work Practicum’ has been introduced as a compulsory paper.
  • The University sends study materials and assignments, wherever prescribed, to the students by registered post and if a student does not receive the same for any reason whatsoever, the University shall not be held responsible for that.” .
    “In case a student wants to have assignments, he/she can obtain a copy of the same from the Study Centre or Regional Centre or may download it from the IGNOU website – www.ignou.ac.in”
    “The students are specifically instructed to send Examination Forms to concerned Regional Centres only and to no other place and they are also advised to submit the Registration/Re-registration
    Forms only at the respective Regional Centres and nowhere else. If any student sends the Registration/Re-registration Forms, Examination Forms at wrong places and thereby misses the
    scheduled date and consequently a semester/year, he/she will have no claim on the University for regularization.”
IGNOU MSW(MSWP-1) PROJECT

TOPICS EXAMPLE

A STUDY TO ASSESS THE ROLE OF NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS (NGOs) IN EDUCATING AND EMPOWERING WOMEN IN DISTRICT
ROLE OF SELF HELP GROUP IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL WOMEN: A CASE STUDY OF DISTRICT
ROLE OF NGOS REGARDING THE EDUCATION AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN DISTRICT
ROLE OF NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS (NGOs) IN EDUCATING AND EMPOWERING WOMEN IN DISTRICT
ROLE OF COMMUNICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL WOMEN: A STUDY OF SELF HELP GROUPS

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IGNOU MADE (ES-320) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT

IGNOU MADE (ES-320) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT

Those who get admission to M.A (Distance Education) two year programme may decide to complete 05 courses (30 Credits) of the first year, and may get an exit with PGDDE, if so desire. The programme aims at building professional human resources in distance education who can take up research and training activities in the field. The minimum and maximum duration to complete these programmes are one year and four years, respectively. The medium of instruction of this program is English, which means the multimedia learning materials (print, audio, video, etc.) are in English. In the ongoing revision of the year 2011-12, learners may select their optional and interested courses from the basket full courses available to them in this program, although some courses will be compulsory due to its basic and fundamental contents of Open & Distance Education.

Teleconferencing is a one-way video and two-way audio facility. Teleconferencing will be held every month. During teleconferencing session, you will get an opportunity to interact by phone in facility or fax with the resource persons/experts who participate in teleconferencing session and clear your doubts immediately.
The teleconferencing facility will be available at the Regional Centre and Selected Study Centres

IGNOU MADE (ES-320) RPOJECT

TOPICS EXAMPLE

EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT IN DISTRICT NALANDA FOR DEVLOPMENT OF THE STUDENT’S PERSONALITY
IMPLEMENTATIONS OF TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THE MANAGEMENT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES IN THE REGION OF
MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS’ IN SHAPING THE PERSONALITY OF STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY IN DISTRICT
A STUDY ABOUT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN SELECTED BUSINESS SCHOOLS
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATION IN SECONDARY AND HIGHER SECONDARY EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
A STUDY ABOUT THE STATUS OF PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION IN
PERCEPTION OF FACULTY MEMBERS IN THE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTES REGARDING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TQM PRACTICES IN MANAGEMENT INSTITUTES
MANAGEMENT OF PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION IN SOUTH
STRESS ON THE FACULTY OF B.ED. COLLEGES IN
JOB BURNOUT AND COPING MECHANISMS AMONG PRIMARY AND HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS OF
A STUDY ABOUT THE IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON HIGHER EDUCATION
STATUS OF PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION IN

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IGNOU MLIS(MLIP-002) PROJECT SYNOPSIS AND REPORT

IGNOU MLIS(MLIP-002) PROJECT SYNOPSIS AND REPORT

Masters Degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS) Programme comprises six core courses and  two elective courses. In addition to theoretical, practical and seminar components of these courses
(including electives), a student of MLIS Programme has to submit a Project/Dissertation (MLIP-002)which is considered as a 4 Credits full Course (100 marks). The purpose of Project/Dissertation is to
provide an opportunity to the students to apply the knowledge they have acquired in course of theirstudy and to develop skills in the areas of various courses of this Programme.

Keeping in view the need for quality professionals capable of holding senior level positions in Library, Information Institutions, Universities, etc. and also to build up efficient information intermediaries, the University launched its Master’s Degree Programme in Library and Information Science (MLIS) in 1994. The revised version of the programme was launched from July 2005.  Information is a pervasive element in contemporary society, the development of which will depend upon the future shape of information services particularly with the usage of Information Communication Technologies. To this end in view, the MLIS programme has been launched wherein  information access, processing, organization and dissemination are the core components. Unlike the MLIS Courses of other Universities, MLIS programme puts emphasis on handling and access to information in all forms rather than the conventional library activities. The popularity of the course has resulted in spreading its wing to other countries also like Mauritius , Dubai, Kuwait , etc.

IGNOU MLIS(MLIP-002) PROJECT

TOPICS EXAMPLE

Masters Degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS) Programme comprises six core courses and
two elective courses. In addition to theoretical, practical and seminar components of these courses
(including electives), a student of MLIS Programme has to submit a Project/Dissertation (MLIP-002)
which is considered as a 4 Credits full Course (100 marks). The purpose of Project/Dissertation is to
provide an opportunity to the students to apply the knowledge they have acquired in course of their
study and to develop skills in the areas of various courses of this Programme.

The general objectives of the Project/ Dissertation Work (MLIP-002) are to help the learner to:
• develop research skills
solve research problems through `scientific method’ of investigation;
develop writing, presentation, communication and analytical skills;
develop ability to. apply multi disciplinary concepts, tools and techniques; and
solve problems of libraries information centres, knowledge centres and similar other
organisations.
Within this framework, MLIP-002 has the following specific objectives to enable a learner to:
identify and formulate research problems;
write a good research proposal;
identify and use appropriate research methodology;
conduct scientific investigation in a systematic way;
collect and analyse data; and
apply appropriate tools, techniques and methods and statistics to the field of library and
information science.

*NOTE: 
1. SYNOPSIS WILL BE APPROVED. GUARANTEED! ….IF NOT THEN WE’LL PROVIDE YOU A NEW ONE AT FREE OF COST
2. IF YOU HAVEN’T RECEIVE YOUR SYNOPSIS WITH-IN-A 3 DAYS, THEN KINDLY INFORM US. WE WILL SEND THAT TO YOU ON THE VERY NEXT DAY.

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IGNOU MEC PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT-(MECP-1)

IGNOU MEC (MECP-1) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT(MECP-1)

As mentioned in the Programme Guide of MA Economics Programme, you have the option toundertake the project work as an optional course MECP-101. In case you opt the project work,
you will be required to submit the Project Report to the University.This guide has been prepared to help you in doing a Project work by familiarizing you with its
various aspects. Go through the guide before you begin work on the Project. This Project Guidehas three parts. The first part provides general information about the project work; the secondpart details the different stages of the Project Work; and the third part consists of annexureswhich shall be used at different stages of the Project work.

The MA in Economics is a course of IGNOU offers the students a chance to study the the economics at higher level. Other universities also offer the same course, it include topics in the course like the emerging areas in economics such as insurance, finance and computer applications that are expected to be extremely useful in the present scenario of economic liberalisation and globalisation. Ignou Synopsis offer Ignou MEC Project and solved assignment to all the students who are looking for it. This courses consist a subject code which is mecp 01 for which student have to submit the project. Writing a project in ignou is not very easy as student has to take the approval of the synopsis. We have more then 50 content writer who writes project and synopsis for all the courses of Ignou which makes better then our competitor.

IGNOU MEC (MECP-1) PROJECT

TOPICS  EXAMPLE

  • A STUDY OF MICRO FINANCE FACILITIES AND ANALYZING THE AWARENESS LEVEL OF PEOPLE ABOUT MICRO FINANCE IN
  • PUBLIC POLICY IN INDIA: ROLE OF BUREAUCRACY
  • AWARENESS ABOUT MICROFINANCE AMONG PEOPLE OF
  • AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ABOUT PUBLIC POLICY IN INDIA
  • IMPORTANCE OF RURAL BANKS IN THE RURAL AREAS OF THE
  • AWARENESS ABOUT MICROFINANCE AMONG RURAL PEOPLE OF NORTH EAST DISTRICT IN THE STATE
  • A STUDY ON MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE ACT (MGNREGA) AND ITS IMPACT ON RURAL LIVELIHOODS

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IGNOU MPA PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT-MPAP-2

IGNOU MPA(MPAP) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT-MPAP-2

The aim of the Masters Degree in Public Administration is to provide comprehensive knowledge to the learners on the nature and relationship of the State, Society and Administration. It will develop the conceptual faculties of the learner on various administrative theories, postulates, models, process, methods, instruments, techniques, etc.

As referred to in the Programme Guide, some more courses have been added in the list of Optional Courses on offer in M.A. (Public Administration) II year. Two courses, namely MPA015 and MPA016 are Core Courses. Thus, you have to choose Optional Courses worth 16 Credits out of the Courses, namely MPA017 (4 Credits), MPA018 (4 Credits), MSO002 (8 Credits), MPS003 (8 Credits) and MPAP002 (Project work, 8 Credits).

Once you are satisfied with your answer, you can write down the final version for submission. It is mandatory to write all assignments neatly in your own handwriting. If you so desire, you may underlining the points you wish to emphasize. Make sure that the answer is within the stipulated word limit.

IGNOU MPA MPAP-02 PROJECT

TOPICS EXAMPLE

  • A STUDY OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION IN POLICE CUSTODY: A CASE STUDY OF STATE
  • PUBLIC POLICY IN INDIA: ROLE OF BUREAUCRACY
  • STATUS OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES WOMEN: A CASE STUDY IN RURAL AREAS OF
  • AWARENESS ABOUT MICROFINANCE AMONG RURAL PEOPLE OF NORTH EAST DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF
  • A STUDY TO ANALYZE THE IMPACT OF 73RD CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ACT ON WOMEN EMPOWERMENT
  • ROLE OF SELF HELP GROUP IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL WOMEN: A CASE STUDY OF SELF HELP GROUP
  • TO STUDY THE ROLE OF NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS (NGOs) IN EDUCATING AND EMPOWERING WOMEN IN
  • IMPACT OF MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE ACT (MGNREGA) ON RURAL LIVELIHOODS: A CASE STUDY IN
  • WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: A CASE STUDY OF SEWA
  • A STUDY OF MICRO FINANCE FACILITIES AND ANALYZING THE AWARENESS LEVEL OF RURAL PEOPLE ABOUT MICRO FINANCE IN DISTRICT
  • A STUDY ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION AGAINST WOMEN
  • A STUDY ABOUT THE STATUS OF SCHEDULED TRIBES WOMEN IN RURAL AREAS OF CITY
  • AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ABOUT PUBLIC POLICY IN INDIA
  • IMPACT OF 73RD CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ACT ON WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: CASE STUDY IN DISTRICT
  • WOMEN EMPOWERMENT THROUGH PANCHAYATI RAJ INSTITUTIONS IN
  • HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN HYUNDAI MOTOR INDIA LIMITED
  • A STUDY ABOUT PUBLIC POLICY IN INDIA: ROLE OF BUREAUCRACY
  • STATUS OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES WOMEN IN RURAL AREAS OF
  • IMPORTANCE OF RURAL BANKS IN THE RURAL AREAS OF THE
  • IMPACT OF MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE ACT ON RURAL LIVELIHOODS: A CASE STUDY OF

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IGNOU M.ED PROJECT -SYNOPSIS & REPORT-(MESP-68)

IGNOU M.ED(MESP-68) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT

MESP-68

Master of Arts (Education) is aimed at developing professional participation in different fields /areas of education. The Masters of education degree is a practitioner degree. The main focus of this degree is applying for higher levels of practical knowledge and learning in the respective field. The degree is for students who want advanced knowledge in their subject itself. The Minimum Duration is 2 Years and Maximum Duration is 5 Years.

Synopsis and Project Report at IGNOU MAEDU (MA Education) MESP-1 Level
Within this framework, Synopsis and Project Report Work of MAEDU (MA EDUCATION) MESP 1, the following specific objectives to enable a learner to:

Write a good research proposal
Identify and use appropriate research design
Collect and analyze the data
Learn to use appropriate statistical methods

 

IGNOU M.ED MESP-68 PROJECT

TOPICS EXAMPLE

STRESS DURING EXAMINATION AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN IN RELATION TO INTELLIGENCE, AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION

  • INFLUENCE OF GEOMETRICAL ABILITY AND STUDY HABIT ON THE ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS AT SECONDARY STAGE
  • A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP AMONG MENTAL HEALTH, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
  • STUDY OF THE EXAMINATION STRESS AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS
  • LEARNING STYLES OF 10TH CLASS STUDENTS OF ICSE BOARD ACROSS SCHOOLS IN DISTRICT
  • A STUDY OF SOCIETAL NEEDS OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN
  • EXAMINATION STRESS AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN IN RELATION TO PERSONALITY, INTELLIGENCE, AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION
  • A STUDY ON EFFECT OF ARITHMETICAL ABILITY AND STUDY HABIT ON THE ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS AT SECONDARY STAGE – CASE STUDY OF
  • A STUDY TO ANALYZE THE EFFECT OF COUNSELLING ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND STUDY HABITS OF UNDERACHIEVERS IN DISTRICT
  • A STUDY TO ANALYZE THE EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND LEARNING STYLES OF 11TH CLASS STUDENTS IN DISTRICT
  • ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE OF STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY OF KASHMIR
  • A STUDY OF LEADERSHIP QUALITIES OF STUDENTS PURSING HIGHER EDUCATION IN JAMMU IN RELATION TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS
  • AN OBJECTIVE BASED EVALUATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN
  • A STUDY TO ASSESS THE STRESS ON THE FACULTY OF ENGINEERING COLLEGES IN
  • IMPACT OF CELL PHONES AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS
  • AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF THE CREATIVE POTENTIAL AND PERSONALITY STRUCTURE OF ACADEMICALLY GIFTED STUDENTS OF DISTRICT
  • OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AND ROLE COMMITMENT: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SCHOOL TEACHERS IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS
  • A STUDY TO ANALYZE THE SOCIETAL NEEDS OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS: CASE STUDY OF
  • EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT IN DISTRICT RUWI FOR DEVLOPMENT OF THE STUDENT’S PERSONALITY
    EVALUATING DISTANCE EDUCATION: THE STUDENT PERSPECTIVE
  • EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, LEARNING STYLES AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF ADOLESCENT STUDENTS OF 10TH GRADE – CASE STUDY OF
  • IMPACT OF THE PRESSURE OF EXAMINATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS OF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF DISTRICT
  • SELF-PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS PURSUING THEIR HIGHER EDUCATION IN
  • A STUDY OF SOCIO–ECONOMIC STATUS AND THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF X GRADE STUDENTS
  • IMPACT OF COUNSELLING ON THE STUDY HABITS, NEED-ACHIEVEMENT AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF UNDERACHIEVERS IN DISTT.
  • A STUDY OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT & PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN OF WORKING & NON-WORKING MOTHERS

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IGNOU MBA(HR) PROJECT WORK

IGNOU MBA(HR) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT

Master of Business Administration or MBA is one of the most popular post-graduate programmes in India and abroad. The 2-year programme is a gateway to a plethora of job opportunities in the corporate world, primarily at the managerial level.

IGNOU MBA PROJECT

MBA(HR)

TOPICS (EXAMPLE)

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM)

  • RELATION BETWEEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND CUSTOMER SERVICE
  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONG EMPLOYEES FROM GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS
  • TRAINING, DEVELOPMENT AND PERFORMANCE APPRAISSAL OF EMPLOYEES IN HOTEL INDUSTRY
  • IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON CUSTOMER SERVICES IN BANKING SECTOR
  • HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (HRD) IN TELECOM INDUSTRY IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR COMPANIES
  • PERCEPTION OF FACULTY MEMBERS IN THE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTES REGARDING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TQM PRACTICES IN MANAGEMENT INSTITUTES
  • DESIGN OF HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM (HRIS) FOR AN ORGANIZATION
  • RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PRACTICES: A CASE STUDY OF HOTEL INDUSTRY
  • PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL METHODS IN SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS
  • SECURITY MEASURES ADOPTED FOR CALL CENTRE EMPLOYEES AND THEIR JOB SATISFACTION
  • KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING: A STUDY OF HEALTH SECTOR

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IGNOU MTTM PROJECT SYNOPSIS AND REPORT -MTTM-16

IGNOU MTTM Project Synopsis & REPORT (MA TOURISM MANAGEMENT)

IGNOU MTM (IGNOU MASTER IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT) to precious students of Indira Gandhi National Open University.

IGNOU Students always have doubts that whether their project will get approve or not or whether they are getting copied project which is already submitted by other students. IGNOU want to ensure students that we always create unique content project for students. We have more then 50 content writer’s who writes project and solved assignment for us and our writer’s always write a new project for every students so , if you have above query rest assured. We also offer IGNOU Solved assignment of MTM 16 (MA TOURISM MANAGEMENT)

is a professional programme designed to learn about the tourism industry. It is useful for all those who are either employed or interested in, to make a career in tourism. This focus on the practice field, it acquires knowledge from global, national and local- region It leads to a wide array of career option for graduates. This career can open wide and many doors to positions not just in a student’s home country, but also around the world.

IGNOU MTM MTM 16 PROJECT

TOPICS EXAMPLE

  • A STUDY ABOUT MEDICAL TOURISM IN
  • A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF PILGRIMAGE TOURISM IN
  • TOURIST SATISFACTION WITH PILGRIMAGE PLACES: A CASE STUDY OF
  • MARKETING OF TOURISM DESTINATIONS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GOLDEN TRIANGLE
  • SIKH PILGRIMAGES TOURISM IN DELHI WITH SPECIAL REFERENCES TO CHALLENGES AND POTENTIAL
  • A STUDY OF TOURIST’S SATISFACTION TOWARDS TOURISM PRODUCTS AND MARKET IN
  • TOURIST SATISFACTION WITH PILGRIMAGE PLACES IN CITY
  • A STUDY OF HEALTH TOURISM: OPPORTUNITES AND POTENTIALS
  • AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF ITDC: ROLE, CONTRIBUTION AND TOURIST SATISFACTION OF ITS TOUR PACKAGES
  • MARKETING STRATEGIES ADOPTED FOR PROMOTING BODH GAYA AS A TOURISM DESTINATION
  • EXPECTATIONS AND PERCEPTIONS OF TOURISTS VISITING
  • CHRISTIAN PILGRIMAGES SITES AT DELHI: SIGNIFICANCE AND POTENTIAL FOR
  • DEVELOPMENT AS TOURISM PRODUCTS
  • ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT OF MEDICAL TOURISM WITH REFERENCE TO
  • AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT OF TOURISTS’ EXPECTATIONS AND PERCEPTIONS
  • MARKETING OF TOURISM DESTINATIONS IN SRINAGAR: A STUDY OF TOURIST ATTITUDE
  • A STUDY OF CULTURE, ARTS AND CRAFTS IN MADHYA PRADESH, INDIA
  • ROLE OF TRAVEL AGENCY IN PROMOTION OF INDIAN TOURISM: A CASE STUDY OF THOMAS COOK (INDIA) LIMITED
  • A STUDY OF THE PILGRIMAGE TOURISM MANAGEMENT ISSUES AND CHALLENGESWITH REFERENCE TO
  • TO STUDY THE SATISFACTION OF TOURISTS WITH JKTDC’S (JAMMU KASHMIR TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION) TOUR PACKAGES
  • TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF INTERNET ON THE MARKETING OF HOTELS AND TOUR OPERATORS IN CITY
  • PILGRIMAGE TOURISM MANAGEMENT IN DELHI: CHALLENGES AND ISSUES
  • A STUDY OF PILGRIMAGE TOURISM IN GUJARAT: CHALLENGES AND POTENTIAL

HOW TO GET IGNOU PROJECTS

Dear IGNOU students, If you are looking for the IGNOU PROJECTS, we are happy to serve you

Just mail your subjects at ignouprojectreport1@gmail.com or you can call or WhatsApp us at 9625122462

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IGNOU MARD (MRDP-1) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT

IGNOU MARD (MRDP-1) PROJECT SYNOPSIS & REPORT 

MARD (MRDP-01)

The Course M.A. Programme in Rural Development is intended to include such different academic contents as are essential in the making of this discipline in the Indian Context. A basic part of this Programme is dissertation based on empirical research in rural areas. The Programme will be useful to personnel working in various Govt. We offer IGNOU MARD Project and synopsis to the students at a very nominal price.

There are few things more exciting than the potential of the shiny new design project. Whether it’s a branding, illustration, web, or Ignou Mard project, its all about how precisely you write your proposal–what you include in it and even what you choose to leave out will determine whether you strike away swinging or hit a home run.

The next advice come from over 18 years of attempting to perfect the proposal writing process–things I’ve learned from best-in-class freelancers and design agencies.

Now, before we dive in, let’s handle 2 of the best components of advice I’ve received through the years:

Your synopsis/proposal should not surprise councilor

Before you send out a mard synopsis or proposal, no doubt you’ve already communicated at-length with your potential councilor. In that interaction, you likely protected a lot of information, including the needs of the project to complete it.

IGNOU MARD (MRDP-1) PROJECT

TOPICS EXAMPLE

VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF WOMEN IN
IMPACT OF RURAL BANKS ON THE RURAL FARMERS: A CASE STUDY OF
STUDY ABOUT DECISION MAKING PROCESS AMONG EMPLOYED AND UNEMPLOYED WOMEN IN THE DAY TODAY HOME ACTIVITIES
SELF-CONCEPT AND EMPOWERMENT LEVEL OF RURAL AND URBAN ADOLESCENT GIRLS STUDENTS OF NEW DELHI
ROLE OF RURAL BANKS IN EMPOWERING THE FARMERS OF
EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN OF  DISTRICT THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN  INSTITUTIONS
ROLE OF COMMUNICATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL WOMEN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SELF HELP GROUP IN CITY
AWARENESS ABOUT MICROFINANCE AMONG RURAL PEOPLE OF JORHAT DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF
STUDY ABOUT THE KNOWLEDGE OF ANGANWADI WORKER ABOUT INTEGRATED CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES (ICDS): A CASE STUDY OF
DECISION MAKING PATTERN OF URBAN EMPLOYED AND UNEMPLOYED WOMEN WITH RESPECT TO HOME ACTIVITIES: A CASE STUDY OF
A STUDY ABOUT SCHOLASTIC BACKWARDNESS AMONG CHILDREN OF
HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION OF RURAL WOMEN IN GUJARAT: A CASE STUDY IN DISTRICT
IMPORTANCE OF NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS (NGOs) IN EDUCATING AND EMPOWERING WOMEN: A CASE STUDY IN
VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF WOMEN IN
IMPACT OF MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE ACT (MGNREGA) ON RURAL LIVELIHOODS: A CASE STUDY IN
MICRO FINANCE FACILITIES AND ANALYZING THE AWARENESS LEVEL OF PEOPLE ABOUT MICRO FINANCE IN SOUTH
ROLE OF COMMUNICATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL WOMEN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SELF HELP GROUP IN

HOW TO GET IGNOU PROJECTS

Dear IGNOU students, If you are looking for the IGNOU PROJECTS, we are happy to serve you

Just mail your subjects at ignouprojectreport1@gmail.com or you can call or WhatsApp us at 9625122462

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