Term Paper Report:
The Term Paper Process
- Select the topic
- Researching over the topic (Reviewing the available literature)
- Preparation of term paper outline
- Write the proposal sample (Abstract)
- Writing the actual report
- Preparing the cover page
- Edit, referencing, formatting and proofreading of the final copy
- Submission procedure
- Grading System
- Turning into a research paper
Step 1: Selecting the Topic:
Step 2: Research over your topic
Step 3: Preparation of Term Paper Outline
- Introduction: This is the assertion of the overall purpose or thesis. It is used to familiarize anyone with the point being discussed reading the paper.
- Body: This section is typically divided into multiple headings and subheadings, each linked with various components of the topic.
Step 4: Write the Proposal Sample (Abstract)
Step 5: Writing the actual report
English (unless other wise specified in the course curriculum)
The text of the document must be justified. The left and right margin of 1.25 inches. The top and bottom margin of 1.00 inch. You may also choose the margins as per the format of the journal you are submitting your article. Take advantage of the previous sample formats.
Font and Typing
Most of the time the universities or the journals prefer Times new roman 12 or Arial 10. The headings are usually bold and centered. The text will follow line spacing of 1.5 lines (unless mentioned specifically by your instructor). Table and figures, tabular material as necessary and appendix material as appropriate may be single space. Tables are usually with font size 10 or 8. Centered material is to be centered between the left and right margins. The first line of all paragraphs of running text will be indented 0.5inches. Any new paragraph must be followed by a tab. Each chapter should start from a new page.
Each page must be numbered, except the Title Page. The pre pages like Acknowledgement, Certificate, Table of Contents, List of Tables, List of Figures and Abstract (if any) —will be numbered with lower-case Roman numerals(ii, iii, iv, etc.). The page numbers are usually placed in the upper right-hand corner of the page, right aligned.
Arrangement of Contents
Your contents should be as follows:
1. Title page
4. Table of Contents
5. List of Tables (If Applicable)
6. List of Figures (If Applicable)
8. Text (divided into Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusions and Future Scope wherever applicable)
Emmanuel J. Candès David L. Donoho, “New Tight Frames of Curvelets and Optimal Representations of Objects with C2 Singularities”,Comm. Pure Appl. Math.57 , 219- 266,(2002)
Slater, L.J., Generalised Hypergeometric Series, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1966).