Research Report

A research report deals with results of completed research work. After completing a research work, it is generally produced in the written form, which is called research report or thesis. This provides a detailed description of research activities. It has a variety of formats and varies in its length. It is written in past tense and third person. It is the final form of the research work. A research report usually includes the following chapters: Introduction of Theoretical Background, Review of Related Literature, Methodology, Data Collection, Analysis of Data, Discussion of Results and Findings of the Study, Bibliography and Appendices. It is also submitted for evaluating its contributions. It serves the purpose of communicating ...

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