Project Proposal Outline


Title Page
Adviser’s Recommendation Sheet
Approval Sheet
Table of Contents
I Introduction
      1.1 Background of the Problem
This should contain a discussion on the general problem to be addressed by the project work.

      1.2 Overview of the Current State of technology
This should contain the current solutions being implemented and the problems with each of these. The discussion could either be chronological or logical order. This should include only enough detail to show the specific improvements introduced by each. This should lead to the specific problem that the proponents intend to address. The information regarding the technology or field should be contemporary and not based on outdated sources.

      1.3 Project Rationale
This should point out how finding a solution to the specific problem is beneficial.
2. Project Description
2.1 Problem Statement
This could be either in question form or as a declarative statement. The major statement or question may be followed by minor statements or questions. This attempt to focus on a stated goal gives direction to the research process. It must be limited enough in scope to make a definite conclusion possible.
2.2 Proposed Research Project
2.2.1 General Objectives
This should contain single paragraph describing the general objective of the project.
2.2.2 Specific Objectives
This should contain list of the specific work that the proponents expect to address to arrive at the accomplishment of the general objective.
2.2.3 Scope and Limitations
This should contain the basic assumptions within which the project should work the solution to the problem. Consequently, this should also contain the extent of the prototype to be developed and the means by which the proposed system is to be evaluated on its capability of solving the problem.
The limitations are those conditions beyond the control of the proponents that may place restrictions on the conclusions of...