Important Information Regarding Mini Projects Cse

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Malla Reddy Institite of Technology Maisammaguda, Dhullapally post, Via Hakimpet, Secunderabad Mini Project Seminar Time Table Branch: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENFF Important Dates Mini Project First Seminar: 30th July 2011 (Saturday) Mini Project Second Seminar: 8th October 2011 (Saturday) Mini Project Final Seminar: 10th December 2011 (Saturday) Important Note 1. The time and duration of the seminar will be the same for all the 3 seminars. 2. All the teams’ members should speak according to th
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  Malla Reddy Institite of Technology Maisammaguda, Dhullapally post, Via Hakimpet, Secunderabad Mini Project Seminar Time TableBranch: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENFF Important DatesMini Project First Seminar: 30 th July 2011 (Saturday)Mini Project Second Seminar: 8 th October 2011 (Saturday)Mini Project Final Seminar: 10 th December 2011 (Saturday)  Important Note 1. The time and duration of the seminar will be the same for all the 3 seminars. 2. All the teams’ members should speak according to their module decided by themselves. ( it is strictly not allowed for only one person to speak for the wholeduration) 3. All teams should bring their own storage devices for their seminar presentations. Department will not provide any pen drives or CD/DVD etc. However departmentwill provide you with LCD projector and a well configured PC for your presentation.4.All project teams must attend the seminar in their allotted time only. Exchange of seminar slot with other teams is strictly not allowed.5.Postponement of seminars is strictly not allowed and if any team or a student in a team is not present at the time of seminar, they will be marked absent for thatrespective seminar. 6. All teams should submit hardcopy of their presentation atleast one day before the seminar date for all the three seminars to their respective Guides. Also studentsare requested to send a softcopy to cse.it.hod.mrit@gmail.comyour project evaluation purposes. 7.Students are informed to show the presentation to their respective guides and seek proper guidance regarding their seminar in order to reduce the complexitytowards the project team at the time of seminar. 8. Students are also informed to prepare well and present the seminar to a very good extend.What the First Seminar Should Generally Include (can have up to 15 to 25 slides)1.Project Title2.Aim of the project3.Existing system and proposed system4.Benefits of the project5.Modules of the project6.Assigning of the modules to the team member 7.Requirement analysis ( hardware and Software) ( need to justify why these requirements are used)8.Complete project development chart9.Present state of the project10.References11.Conclusion Note: the above points may vary from project to project, Team to team, project guide to project guide. If you are interested in adding more information or reduce theinformation do contact your supervisor with your slides and clarify about the presentation with him or her.  What the Second Seminar Should Generally Include (can have 35 -50 slides) 1.Project Title2.Aim of the project in Brief 3.Existing system and proposed system in brief 4.Benefits of the project in brief 5.Flow charts etc6.Modules of the project in detail7.Module explanation by each member of the team in detail8.Major functions used in coding (With justification)9.Major classes used in coding (With justification)10.Logics implemented in the project for coding (With justification) 11. All UML diagrams used for coding (With justification)12.Justification of requirements if they are modified or changed13.Present stage in project completion chart14.References15.Conclusion Note: the above points may vary from project to project, Team to team, project guide to project guide. If you are interested in adding more information or reduce theinformation do contact your supervisor with your slides and clarify about the presentation with him or her. What the Third Seminar should generally include (can have up to 35 -50 slides) 1. This is the final seminar where you include everything which has been performed in the first two seminars.2.In addition to that, DOCUMENTATION should be submitted for the project which is performed.3.Also students are informed to explain and demonstrate their developed code.4.Students can also discuss about their difficulties raised during the project for its completion (Only technical Difficulties allowed). 5. A TEAM SHOULD SUBMIT 2 COPIES OF THIER DOCUMENTATION MADATORILY AT THE TIME OF THIRD SEMINAR. DEPENDING ON THESUPERVISOR YOU MAY BE ASKED TO SUBMIT A THIRD COPY FOR YOUR SUPERVISOR. HOWEVER STUDENT COPIES CAN BE KEPT WITHTHE STUDENT ITSELF FOR HIS FUTURE REFERENCE.6.ALL THE COPIES CREATED MUST BE SIGNED BY HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT, PROJECT GUIDE AND ALSO SEMINAR COMMITTEE. THEDOCUMENT IS NOT VALID IF IT IS NOT SIGNED PRIOR TO THE SEMINAR. Note: the above points may vary from project to project, Team to team, project guide to project guide. If you are interested in adding more information or reduce theinformation do contact your supervisor with your slides and clarify about the presentation with him or her.  What should the documentation include: In exceptional cases, if you feel that your project documentation does not fit the below structure, you may agree an alternative with your supervisor, however the completed project documentation must both describe and evaluate the project you have undertaken. Most project documentation will contain the following components : ã Abstract ã Introduction ã Literature Review ã Research Methodology OR product development ã Statement of Results ã Analysis and Discussion ã Conclusion ã Bibliography ã Appendices (if necessary)AbstractEach printed copy should contain a one A4 page abstract of the whole work.Introduction (rationale and objectives)The introduction should identify the context for your project and the rationale for doing the work. For example if your project is connected with your workplace you shoulddescribe the type of organisation you work for and the problem that needs addressing. You should aim to offer a persuasive reason why your selected topic is important andinteresting.It is critical that in this section you include your main objectives, in a clear and well-argued fashion. A set of bullet points, one for each main objective is advisable. Youmust seek to offer a convincing set of objectives which form the basis for a research project which is appropriate for graduate level. Your review of how well your work has met these objectives will form the basis of your evaluation in the analysis and discussion section – see below.
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