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SPECIFICATIONS FOR MAJOR PROJECT REPORT (CSE/IT) 1. Report shall be computer typed and printed on good quality white executive bond paper A4 size paper according to following text specifications:  Normal Body Text: Font Size: 12, Times New Roman, Single Spacing, Justified. 3 point above and below paragraph spacing  Paragraph Heading: Font Size: 14, Times New Roman, Underlined, Left Aligned. 6 point above & below spacing.  Chapter Heading: Font Size: 20, Times New Roman, Centre Aligned, 12 poi
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  SPECIFICATIONS FOR MAJOR PROJECT REPORT (CSE/IT) 1.Report shall be computer typed and printed on good quality white executive bond paper A4size paper according to following text specifications:   Normal Body Text: Font Size: 12, Times New Roman, Single Spacing, Justified. 3 point above and below paragraph spacing  Paragraph Heading: Font Size: 14, Times New Roman, Underlined, Left Aligned. 6 point above & below spacing.  Chapter Heading: Font Size: 20, Times New Roman, Centre Aligned, 12 pointabove and below spacing.  Coding : Font size : 10, Courier New, Norma   l2.The Report shall be hard bound in black color. The name of the candidate, degree(specifying the branch), roll no, session, year of submission, name of the Universityincluding college name shall be printed in golden color on the cover [Refer sample sheet(outer cover)]3.The report shall be typed on one side only with 1.5 spaces with a margin 3.5 cm on the left,2.5 cm on the top, and 1.25 cm on the right and at bottom.4.In the report, the title page [Refer sample sheet (inner cover)] should be given first then thedeclaration by the candidate(s) in sequence, followed by an abstract of the report (notexceeding 1500 words). This should be followed by the acknowledgment, list of figures/listof tables and then contents with page numbers. All text pages should be numbered at the bottom center of pages.5. References and Bibliography should be included in report. Format is written below: Books: [1] Author surname Author Name, Title of book, Place of Publication, Publisher, Year of Publication, Number of pages referred from “________to_______” Magazine & Journals/ Newspaper [2] Author(S), Title of__________, Volume Number, Serial Number, Year of issue, Pagenumber  Internet [3] Name of the site, Article Name, Name of the Author 6.   The diagrams should be printed on a light/white background; Tabular matter should beclearly arranged. Decimal point may be indicated by full stop (.)The caption for Figuremust be given at the BOTTOM of the Fig. and Caption for the Table must be given at theTOP of the Table.7.   Conclusions must not exceed more than two pages.8. The student will submit his/her project report in the prescribed format. The Project Reportshould include three hard Copies of the Project Report  REPORT STRUCTURE  Cover Page as per format (inner cover)  Student’s declaration  Abstract  Acknowledgement  Figure index  Table Index  Contents  Main Report    The main report (After the content page) must consist of following chapters:Chapter 1- Introduction 1.1 Objective1.2 Problem definition1.3 Scope1.4 Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations1.5 Technologies to be used Chapter 2- Software Requirement Specifications 2.1 Introduction 2.1.1   Purpose2.1.2 Document Conventions2.1.3 Intended Audience and Reading Suggestions2.1.4 Project Scope 2.1.5 References2.2 Overall Description2.2.1Product Perspective2.2.2Product Function2.2.3User Classes and Characteristics2.2.4Operating Environment2.2.5 Architecture Design2.2.6Constraints2.2.7Use Case Model Description2.2.8Assumptions and Dependencies2.3 System Features2.4 External Interface Requirements2.4.1User Interfaces  2.4.2Hardware Interfaces2.4.3Software Interfaces2.4.4Communications Interfaces2.5 Other Nonfunctional Requirements2.5.1 Performance Requirements2.5.2Safety Requirements2.5.3Security Requirements2.5.4Software Quality Attributes Chapter 3- System Design 3.1 Flowcharts3.2 ER Diagram3.3 Design Methodology3.4 Software Development Model3.5 Databse Design3.5.1ER Diagram3.5.2Schema3.6 DFD’s3.7 Activity Diagram3.8 Class Diagram3.8.1Sequence Diagrams Chapter 4- System Implementation 4.1 Coding4.2 Testing4.3 Snapshots Chapter 5- Conclusions and future scope 5.1 Conclusion5.2 Future Scope Chapter 6- References 6.1 Books
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