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AURORAS SCIENTIFIC, TECHNOLOGICAL AND RESEARCH ACADEMY

Bandlaguda, Hyderabad 500 005. Ph : 040 2444 0840, 6524 5611.

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering


1. GUIDE LINES
i) OBJECTIVES OF PROJECT WORK:
1.

To provide students the knowledge regarding the application of theoretical concepts


learnt (for the design and development of applications) throughout the course of their
study.

2.

To make the student understand the manner in which a company/industry is organized


to carry out different tasks involved in producing a product (hardware/software).

3.

To equip the student with knowledge of how to be an entrepreneur to start their own
company/industry.

4.

To give the student a kind of orientation towards research and development activities
in a particular area.
RULES:

1.

Students are advised to choose an area of their interest for the purpose of doing project
work.

2.

The minimum number of students allowed for a project is 1 and the maximum
number is 3.

3.

The students have to do the project work in the college itself, working with their
respective allotted guides.

4.

The students are advised to collect the information regarding the required material
like text books, reference books, websites, and concerned journal papers from their
respective guides.

5.

After the allotment of the project, students have to meet their guides and submit a
letter of registration duly signed with their allotted guides,
failing the students
will not
be allowed for project work in this semester/year.

6.

The attendance for the project work will be given from the date of registration as per
JNTU regulation (8hrs/week).

7.

The role of each team member should be clearly defined while submitting the
synopsis of each seminar.

8.

Students have to maintain a dairy/observation book for his day to day work and should
get it signed by guide discussing the progress in the work which will be considered for
the attendance.

9.

A consolidated weekly status report is to be submitted by every student to the guide


indicating the
progress in the work. The weekly status report should be signed by
the
guide as well as Project Coordinator and HOD. Weekly Status Reports should be as per
the given guidelines.

10.

Each student is required to give 4 seminars during the course of the project work.
11.

All seminars should be given using power point. The students have to submit
synopsis copy as per the guidelines and copy of manuscript of the respective chapters
two days prior to the date of presentation of the seminar. They should submit the hard
and soft copy (C.D.) of PPT at the time of presentation.

12. The first seminar should be given after the allotment of the project as per the
schedule,
giving the overview of the work to be carried out in the form of an abstract. This abstract must
be submitted in a file (Extra Thick office file). students have to submit his abstract.
13.

14.

The student who is absent for two seminars of the Project Evaluation without proper
prior permission and a genuine proof for absence, will not be permitted to attend
END
SEMISTER EVALUATION. Such student should re-register for the
project work
in the next academic year. If a student obtains prior permission from
respective
guide, student will be given a chance of ONE WEEK to give seminar with 10
marks
deduction in INTERNAL EVALUATION
If his seminar is rejected/cancelled he will be given a re-seminar date by the HoD,
guide. If his seminar for second time also gets rejected he is not permitted to
continue his project work.

15. The second seminar should be given indicating the progress in the work, explaining
implementation procedures to be followed with UML diagrams along
with
demonstration of the working models being developed.
16. The third seminar should be given at the time of submission of the manuscript,
the total project work done. During this seminar, student has to clearly show
the project (working models/working software).

about
the results of

17. No project will be accepted unless working model/software (with code) with desired
is produced to the college.

results

18.

A certificate will be issued to all the students who successfully complete the project
work within the campus as per the given guidelines.
19. One best project will be selected from each section and a certificate of appreciation will
be issued to the students who carried out such project.

20.

The project evaluation will be done on the following basis

A. CONTINUOUS EVALUATION
Continuous Evaluation Procedure
Sl. No.

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02

03

04

Stage of Project Work


Preliminary Stage
i) Submission of Abstract
ii) Abstract Presentation
iii) Submission of the File
iv) Submission of Soft & Hard copy of the Presentation
v) Project Knowledge Test
Analysis & Design Stage
i) Submission of synopsis of Literature Survey and
Design part
ii) Literature Survey & Design Presentation
iii) Submission of Manuscript Copy of chapters 1 and 2
iv) Submission of Soft & Hard copy of the Presentation
v) Project knowledge test
Implementation Stage
i) Submission of synopsis of partial output part
ii) Presentation of Partial output
iii) Submission of Manuscript Copy of chapters 3 and 4
iv) Submission of Soft & Hard copy of the Presentation
v) Project Knowledge Test
Evaluation Stage
i) Submission of synopsis of complete project result
i) Presentation of complete result of the project
ii) Submission of Manuscript Copy of chapters 5 and 6
iii) Submission of Soft & Hard copy of the Presentation
v) Project Knowledge Test

Marks
05
20
05
10
05
15
10
10
05
15
10
10
05
15
10
10

Note: The average of above 4 seminar marks will be taken for awarding continuous
evaluation marks.
B. END SEMESTER EVALUATION
A) Project demonstration
B) Project knowledge test
C) viva-voce

10 marks
10 marks
10 marks

D) Documentation
10 marks
ii) GUIDE LINES FOR ABSTRACT WRITING
An abstract is a short summary of the project work. The entire abstract should be given in
three paragraphs without any subheadings. Abstract should explain regarding
Motivation : This section should include the importance of the work, the difficulty of the area,
and the impact it might have if successful.
Problem statement: Scope of the work (a generalized approach, or for a specific situation)
Approach : Plan to go about solving or making progress/extension on a given problem using
simulation, or analytic models, or prototype construction, or analysis of field
data for an
actual product. Explain the extent of the work. Explain the important
variables
to
be
controlled, ignore. (input for the project work).
Results: The expected answers (output).
Conclusions: The implications of the project and limitations if any.
iii) GUIDE LINES FOR SYNOPSIS WRITING:
A synopsis is a brief overview of a reports most important points, designed to give readers a
quick preview of the contents. Its often included in long informational reports dealing with
technical, professional or academic subjects. Because its a concise representation of the whole
report, it may be distributed separately to a wide audience; interested readers can then order a
copy of the entire report.
FORMAT OF SYNOPSIS
A synopsis must have the following headings:
TITLE: Should reflect the objectives of the study. It must be written after the whole synopsis
has been written so that it is a true representative of the plan (i.e. the synopsis).
INTRODUCTION: Should contain brief background of the selected topic. It must identify the
importance of study, its relevance and applicability of results. It must clearly state the purpose of
the study.
OBJECTIVES: Objective should start with an action verb and be sufficiently specific,
measurable, achievable, relevant and time bound (SMART).
STUDY DESIGN: Mention the name of the appropriate study design.
DURATION OF STUDY: How long the study have taken with dates.

iv) GUIDELINES FOR PROJECT REPORT WRITING


All the IV/IV B.Tech students are here by informed to follow the instructions given below
in preparing the IV Year Project Report.

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6.

I.

Cover Page (See Proforma)

II.

Report Contents
Title Page (See Proforma)
Certificate signed by the Guide, HOD and Principal (SEE PROFORMA)
Acknowledgement (up to Main Report use roman number as page number: (i, ii, iii)
Abstract
Content with page numbers.
Main Report
With Chapter-number and name in separate page
Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 Preamble of the Project
1.2 Objective of the Project
Chapter 2:

Problem Definitions
2.1 Previous methods
2.2 Project Approach / Motivation of the Project

Chapter 3:

Literature Survey

Chapter 4:

Design of the Project (Flowchart & Algorithm (If Any))

Chapter 5:

Implementation & Testing

Chapter 6: Results
Chapter 7:

Conclusions and Future Scope

Chapter 8:

User manual
(Steps how to use the project along with the respective screen shots)
A: Data Sheets or Simulation steps of Specification (if any)
B: Acronyms
C: Figure No Page No.
D: Table No Page No.

Bibliography: (As specified in IEEE format)


NOTE: Each Figure / Table should be given with number and name description.

NOTE:

The report must contain a C.D. consisting of installation process and complete code .
They have to submit 3 (number of students in batch +Guide copy + Copy for University)
hard bound copies of the report.

All the Main Headings must be in 14 font size, Bold, Times New Roman.

All the Side Headings must be in 12 font, Bold, Times New Roman.

Content must be in 12 font size, normal, with 1 line spacing, Times New Roman.

Spacing between sub heading & Paragraph: -3 lines.

All the students have to submit rough copy to the corresponding Guide 15 days
prior to the last date of submission of the report.