ITEMS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE PROJECT REPORT
The following items should be included in the Project Report: 1. The project report must contain the following: • Introduction • Objectives • Tools/Environment Used • Analysis Document (This should include SRS in proper structure based on Software Engineering concepts, E-R diagrams/Class diagrams/any related diagrams (if the former are not applicable). Data flow diagrams/other similar […]
The following items should be included in the Project Report:
1. The project report must contain the following:
• Tools/Environment Used
• Analysis Document (This should include SRS in proper structure based on Software Engineering concepts, E-R diagrams/Class diagrams/any related diagrams (if the former are not applicable). Data flow diagrams/other similar diagrams (if the former is not applicable), Data dictionary)
• Design Document (Modularization details, Data integrity and constraints including database design, Procedural design, User interface design)
• Program code (Complete code (well indented)/Detailed specification instead of code*, Comments and Description. The program code should always be developed in such a way that it includes complete error handling, passing of parameters as required, placement of procedure/function statements as needed.)
• Testing (Test case designs are to be included separately for Unit testing, Integration testing, System testing: Reports of the outcome of Unit testing, Integration testing, System testing are to be included separately. Also, details of debugging and code improvement are to be included.)
• Input and Output Screens
• Implementation of Security for the Software developed (In case, you have set up a User Name and Password for your software, you should ensure the security of User Name and Password during transmission to server)
• Limitations of the Project
• Future Application of the Project
* Students who have done their project for any organization are permitted to attach detailed algorithm/specification instead of code, in case, the organization doesn’t permit them to attach the code. Student needs to attach letter in the project report from the Project Manager of the project in the organization that they are not permitting student to attach the code. In the absence of such letter, the student needs to attach the code compulsorily.
The project report should be hard bound; should consist of a Contents page; all pages of report should be numbered; content should be well organized in a meaningful manner; printouts of text and screen layouts should be original and should not be Xeroxed)
2. Original copy of the Approved Project Proposal Proforma, Synopsis and Guide’s Bio-data
3. Certificate of Originality
4. The Project Report may be about 50 to 80 double spaced A-4 size typed pages (excluding program code). However, 10% variation on either side is permissible.
SUBMISSION OF PROJECT REPORT
Only one copy of the project report is to be submitted to the following address by registered insured post: Regional Director, Concerned Regional Centre by the date mentioned in the Calendar for the project.
TYPE OF PROJECT
The majority of the students are expected to work on a real-life project preferably in some industry/Research and Development Laboratories/Educational Institution/Software Company. Students are encouraged to work in the areas listed at the end. However, it is not mandatory for a student to work on a real-life project. The student can formulate a project problem with the help of her/his Guide and submit the project proposal of the same. If approved, the student can commerce working on it and complete it.
Enquiries regarding the Project Report and Viva-Voce should be addressed to the Regional Director, Concerned Regional Centre. In all correspondence, please quote your Enrolment No
IMPORTANT POINTS WHILE PREPARING THE PROJECT REPORT
1. The Project Report should be submitted in A-4 size typed in double space. The Project Report should be hard bound.
2. Ensure that it contains the following:
• Project Proposal Proforma. All the items should be filled. The signatures of both student and Guide should be present.
• Project Synopsis. Both Guide and student should sign on the Project Synopsis.
• Guide’s Bio data. The Biodata should consist of signature of the Guide.
• Certificate of Originality
• All signatures should be accompanied by the date of signature.
3. If any project report is received in the absence of the items listed above, it will be rejected and returned to students for compliance. Also, violation of Project Guidelines may lead to rejection of the Project.
4. Only One hard abound original copy of the project report is to be submitted to ‘The Regional Director, Concerned Regional Centre’ by registered insured post. One copy of the same Project Report is to be retained with the student and the student is supposed to carry his copy while appearing for viva voce. Spiral Binding of Project Report is not permitted.
5. Xerox copy of the project report is not applicable.
6. Not more than one student is permitted to work on a Project.
7. If the title of the Project differs from the title mentioned in the Project Proposal, the Project Report will be rejected and will be returned back to the student. 8. Kindly mention on the top of the envelope “BCA PROJECT REPORT (CS-76)”. This will facilitate sorting out project reports at the Regional Centre.
9. The envelope containing the remuneration form for the Project Guide duly signed by the Guide and the student, should be sent to “Regional Director, Concerned Regional Centre.”
10. In case, students require any letter from the university for doing a project in any organization, they may request the Regional Director of the concerned Regional centre for the issuance of the same in the format indicated under Project Trainee in this document.