One Week VIRTUAL National Research Program


Applicable to all streams, branches and departments.

Details:  

🔰 Day 1: Starting Your Research

About / Details: What better way to start a research project than at the library? Public and college / university / institute libraries are incredible treasure troves of information, but locating the right resources can be tricky. This outstanding program will teach you how to form a research plan, begin your background reading, and develop a preliminary bibliography — so you can find better materials in less time!

Topics covered:

  • First source
  • Primary source
  • Secondary sources
  • World reference
  • The catalog
  • Key to the library
  • Research plan
  • Preliminary bibliography


🔰 Day 2: Finding the Best Sources

About / Details: In this extraordinary program, you’ll learn to master both Internet- and library-based research techniques. Along the way, a research expert reveals the insider secrets that every student must know for using search engines, catalogs, and reference books — and the tips and tricks that greatly improve your chances of finding information that’s appropriate, reliable, in-depth, and truly useful!

Topics covered:

  • Traditional techniques
  • Research techniques
  • Using bibliographies
  • Using periodical indexes
  • A prelude to online research
  • Internet search strategies
  • Search Engines
  • Boolean searches
  • More internet search strategies


🔰 Day 3: The Way of Note-Taking

About / Details: Whether on index cards or in a computer file, clear, organized notes enable you to keep track of helpful resources, remember significant details, recognize important themes, and capture key bibliographic data. This extensive program demonstrates and evaluates several proven note-taking methods that will make drafting, formatting, and polishing your paper much easier and faster!

Topics covered:

  • The philosophy of note-taking
  • Creating a bibliographic database
  • Facts and idea
  • Alternative capture
  • Taking techniques
  • Quoting
  • Paraphrasing
  • Commenting


🔰 Day 4: Writing an Effective Paper

About / Details: A research paper is any kind of academic writing based on original research which features analysis and interpretation from the author — and it can be a bit overwhelming to begin with! That’s why we organizing a program on how to write a research paper, where we take you through the academic writing process one manageable piece at a time. This program walks you through everything you need to do to write an effective and impactful research paper.

Topics covered:

  • Introduction
  • Basic Steps To Prepare For Writing Your Paper
  • Overview
  • Defining the Research Question/Theme/Topic
  • Gathering Information and Background Literature
  • How to Write An Effective Research Paper or A Journal Paper
  • Gathering Background Information
  • Forming a Hypothesis and an Outline
  • Summarizing the Analysis Simulation/Experiment
  • Organizing and Interpreting Results
  • Understanding How a Research Paper is Written
  • Preliminary Steps
  • Starting
  • Paper Structure and Function


🔰 Day 5: Sectioning of Your Paper

About / Details: Selecting the right topic for your research paper is a crucial first step toward earning a high grade. In this superb program, you’ll review the fundamentals of academic writing as you discover the secrets of choosing that elusive “perfect topic”! You’ll learn to narrow your focus from a broad subject to a manageable topic, then from an intriguing research question to a strong working thesis. Most journal-style scientific papers are subdivided into the following sections: Title, Authors and Affiliation, Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgments, and Literature Cited, which parallel the experimental process.

Topics covered:

  • Title
  • Abstract
  • Keywords
  • Overview
  • Organization
  • First Paragraph
  • Middle Paragraphs
  • Final Paragraph
  • Methods
  • Examples
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Summary and Conclusion
  • Acknowledgements
  • Appendices
  • References


🔰 Day 6: Writing your Research Draft

About / Details: In this unique program, an expert writer teaches you how to assemble an effective outline for your research paper and capture your best ideas in a first-rate first draft — one that will make the revision process much easier and put you well on your way to a higher grade! Plus, you’ll learn how to treat “blinking cursor syndrome” with proven strategies for conquering writer’s block.

Topics covered:

  • Creating an Outline
  • Classic Structures
  • Introduction
  • Statement
  • Conclusions
  • Conquering Writer’s Block
  • blinking cursor syndrome


🔰 Day 7: Perfecting your Research Draft

About / Details: In this program in our series, you’ll learn how to rework your research paper until it is a shining example of effective writing, clear organization, and sound research — and is completely free of errors in grammar, usage, mechanics, spelling, and scholarly citation. Best of all, you’ll hand in a final draft that makes you sound smarter and better informed and is sure to earn you a higher grade!

Topics covered:

  • Rewriting
  • Perfect Good Writing
  • Reworking for Content
  • Notes and Key Sources
  • Reworking for Style
  • Reworking for Process
  • Grammar and Usage
  • Spelling
  • Capitalization
  • Punctuation
  • Verb Tense
  • Typos
  • Final Reminder
  • PROOFREAD

📌 E-certificate (with verification link, Id. & No.), complete program videos, simple study guides and relevant E-books will be provided.

Fee: Rs 600 /-

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