Sample Project Reports/Training Reports

Project Report Contents/Sample Project Reports/Sample Training Reports

 

Simplynotes help the students in preparing Projects Reports and Training Reports of various courses like biotechnology, MBA (HR/Finance/Marketing) and Engineering.  These projects are made as per guidelines of University. Students looking for project reports can download sample projects free of cost.

Project report refers to the original research conducted by a student in fulfillment of the requirements for a bachelor/master’s degree. It is a written evidence of tasks, processes and activities that are undertaken and accomplished by the students while pursuing their projects and implementing it.
This report is an official document that reflects precise and concrete information about the different aspects of the project
The purpose of the project is, in the context of the degree you are studying, to integrate various aspects of the taught material and to demonstrate your (academic) research skills and your (professional) analysis, design and implementation skills. It gives you the opportunity to conduct in-depth work on a substantial problem to show individual creativity and originality, to apply where appropriate knowledge, skills and techniques taught throughout the degree programme to further oral and written communication skills, and to practice investigative, problem-solving, management and other transferable skills.
When you choose a project, you should do so carefully, to reflect the focus of the degree programme you are enrolled in and your personal interests.
Though different Universities may slightly vary in the format of the report but most good dissertations have the following components in common:

Format of Project Report

1. Title & Cover Page
2. Declaration
3. Approval or Certification
4. Acknowledgments
5. Abstract or Executive Summary
6. Table of Contents
7. List of Figures
8. List of Tables
9. List of Symbols and Abbreviations
10. Introduction
11. Body of the Project & the Chapters
12. Experiments and Results
13. Conclusion and Recommendations
14. Future Scope
15. References
16. Appendices

Engineering

Management Studies

Biotechnology