Critical Analysis: With the introduction to the topic, students are expected to critically analyze the literature part that contains key findings of previous authors, methodology adopted in given paper, parameters used for analysis, analyze the results obtained (from graphs/tables),

QEAD Rev:03 ver 01 9th July 2017 Template A 1

F/QAP/021/001

College of Engineering

Name of the programme BEng (GCU) CAME, MT, POM, EE, CO, EPE, TE

Name of Module with Code Research Methodology, MHH124715

Level/Semester & AY Level 4/Semester A 2018-19

Name of the Module Leader/Tutor

Dr. Dinesh Keloth kaithari and Dr. K. Suresh Manic

Coursework Type Research Methods

Assessment weightage 25 % of Overall Assessment

Type and date of submission Online 08 th November 2018

Aim  To assess the students understanding of Research Methods & achievement of learning outcomes of the module with respect to the abilities to critically analyse technical papers, interpret scientific & technical data, proper referencing and citation of the literature.

Learning Outcomes  Illustrate the aims and objectives of project

 Evaluate the literature relevant to a chosen project topic

Tasks

Task-1: A technical paper will be given to the student by his/her Project Supervisor and he/she

will be required to write a critical analysis and an abstract based on the scientific information

available in the paper.

[70 marks (Abstract writing: 30 Marks & Critical Analysis Writing: 40 marks)]

Abstract:

The Abstract must contain description of the topic, important applications of the topic, brief description about previous literature present in the paper, methodology adopted by the author, important results obtained and conclusions derived from the results. The word count is limited to 250 words and keywords should be written at the end of the abstract.

CONTENT MAX MARKS

ABSTRACT DEVELOPMENT 20

WRITING QUALITY, LOGICAL AND FOCUSED 5

BASIC GRAMMAR, SPELLING AND OTHER CONVENTIONS 5

TOTAL 30

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F/QAP/021/001

Critical Analysis: With the introduction to the topic, students are expected to critically analyze

the literature part that contains key findings of previous authors, methodology adopted in given

paper, parameters used for analysis, analyze the results obtained (from graphs/tables),

important conclusions derived based on the result, weaknesses in the paper and scope of

further investigations identified. Each topic has to be separately presented in the form of

paragraphs and the word count for this part is limited to a range of 500 to 750.

TASK-2: Visit the Library & Resource Center, e-brary and Internet sites and look for the

literature like books, e-books, journal/conference papers, report, articles, and videos etc.,

(preferably) related to the project topic or area. For this literature found, write the in-text citation

and prepare the reference in CCE-Harvard referencing style.

There must be: 2 Library books or E-library books, 5 Journal or Conference Papers/Reports or

Magazine Articles etc., 2 Web based resource like websites, electronic report, videos etc. and

1 Image in Book.

Suggestive format for the Task 2

S.No Type of

Resource

Citation (In-text) –CCE

Harvard Style

Reference List Entry

1. Journal

Paper

…………….. ……………………..

2. Book ………. ……………………

3. Website ……. …………………………

4 Image in

Book

CONTENT MAX MARKS

DOES THE WORK SHOW AN UNDERSTANDING OF TECHNICAL CONTENTS OF THE PAPER? 5

COULD THE STUDENT CLEARLY IDENTIFY THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PAPER AND RELATE THAT

TO OTHER EARLIER WORKS CITED IN THE PAPER?

10

DID THE STUDENT ARGUE / EVALUATE THE METHODS / TECHNIQUES USED BY THE AUTHORS

OF THE PAPER?

15

COULD THE STUDENT IDENTIFY ANY WEAKNESSES IN THE PAPER? 5

IS ANY SCOPE FOR FURTHER INVESTIGATION IDENTIFIED BY THE STUDENT? 5

TOTAL 40

CONTENT MAX MARKS

In text Citations

For the ten citations, 1 mark each for correct in-text citations

10×1 = 10

References

For the corresponding 10 References, 2 mark each for correct listing of

references to confirm to the CCE- Harvard Referencing style.

10×2 = 20

TOTAL 30

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Marking scheme

Component Description Weightage (%)

1 Knowledge and understanding of the topic

30%

2 Application and analysis of the topic (Module specific Skill)

35%

3 The structure in terms of logic and coherence

30%

4 The use of relevant work examples and/or examples gained from further reading

5%

Total 100

Instructions

1. Plagiarism is a serious offence. In case of any plagiarism detected, penalty will be

imposed leading to zero mark. Policy and guidelines for dealing with plagiarism and

malpractice in examination can be viewed by clicking:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=490

2. The course work shall be subject to plagiarism software check.

3. Course work should be submitted on time. College guidelines on late submission of

coursework can be viewed by clicking:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=565

4. Course work should be submitted with an appropriate cover page, which can be

obtained from the departmental assistant at the department.

5. Name, student identification and title of the course work to be written clearly and legibly

on the cover page.

6. The completed course work is to be submitted to the departmental assistant on or before

the deadline and record your name, date of submission and signature in the book with

the departmental assistant.

7. For online submission of course work, pdf file with appropriate cover page mentioning

name of student, student number and title of the course work should be uploaded using

the submission link created and made available by the module leader.

Referencing

Harvard Referencing (CCE Style) First Edition 2013 should be followed for both in-text and

listing references. This downloadable document can be found in our CCE portal at:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=628

Name and Signature of Module leader Dr. Dinesh keloth kaithari and Dr. K. Suresh Manic Date: 08-07-2018

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=490
http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=565
http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=628
QEAD Rev:03 ver 01 9th July 2017 Template A 4

F/QAP/021/001

Research Methodology – CW1 (25% overall)

Task.1 (70% OF CW1QEAD Rev:03 ver 01 9th July 2017 Template A 1

F/QAP/021/001

College of Engineering

Name of the programme BEng (GCU) CAME, MT, POM, EE, CO, EPE, TE

Name of Module with Code Research Methodology, MHH124715

Level/Semester & AY Level 4/Semester A 2018-19

Name of the Module Leader/Tutor

Dr. Dinesh Keloth kaithari and Dr. K. Suresh Manic

Coursework Type Research Methods

Assessment weightage 25 % of Overall Assessment

Type and date of submission Online 08 th November 2018

Aim  To assess the students understanding of Research Methods & achievement of learning outcomes of the module with respect to the abilities to critically analyse technical papers, interpret scientific & technical data, proper referencing and citation of the literature.

Learning Outcomes  Illustrate the aims and objectives of project

 Evaluate the literature relevant to a chosen project topic

Tasks

Task-1: A technical paper will be given to the student by his/her Project Supervisor and he/she

will be required to write a critical analysis and an abstract based on the scientific information

available in the paper.

[70 marks (Abstract writing: 30 Marks & Critical Analysis Writing: 40 marks)]

Abstract:

The Abstract must contain description of the topic, important applications of the topic, brief description about previous literature present in the paper, methodology adopted by the author, important results obtained and conclusions derived from the results. The word count is limited to 250 words and keywords should be written at the end of the abstract.

CONTENT MAX MARKS

ABSTRACT DEVELOPMENT 20

WRITING QUALITY, LOGICAL AND FOCUSED 5

BASIC GRAMMAR, SPELLING AND OTHER CONVENTIONS 5

TOTAL 30

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F/QAP/021/001

Critical Analysis: With the introduction to the topic, students are expected to critically analyze

the literature part that contains key findings of previous authors, methodology adopted in given

paper, parameters used for analysis, analyze the results obtained (from graphs/tables),

important conclusions derived based on the result, weaknesses in the paper and scope of

further investigations identified. Each topic has to be separately presented in the form of

paragraphs and the word count for this part is limited to a range of 500 to 750.

TASK-2: Visit the Library & Resource Center, e-brary and Internet sites and look for the

literature like books, e-books, journal/conference papers, report, articles, and videos etc.,

(preferably) related to the project topic or area. For this literature found, write the in-text citation

and prepare the reference in CCE-Harvard referencing style.

There must be: 2 Library books or E-library books, 5 Journal or Conference Papers/Reports or

Magazine Articles etc., 2 Web based resource like websites, electronic report, videos etc. and

1 Image in Book.

Suggestive format for the Task 2

S.No Type of

Resource

Citation (In-text) –CCE

Harvard Style

Reference List Entry

1. Journal

Paper

…………….. ……………………..

2. Book ………. ……………………

3. Website ……. …………………………

4 Image in

Book

CONTENT MAX MARKS

DOES THE WORK SHOW AN UNDERSTANDING OF TECHNICAL CONTENTS OF THE PAPER? 5

COULD THE STUDENT CLEARLY IDENTIFY THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PAPER AND RELATE THAT

TO OTHER EARLIER WORKS CITED IN THE PAPER?

10

DID THE STUDENT ARGUE / EVALUATE THE METHODS / TECHNIQUES USED BY THE AUTHORS

OF THE PAPER?

15

COULD THE STUDENT IDENTIFY ANY WEAKNESSES IN THE PAPER? 5

IS ANY SCOPE FOR FURTHER INVESTIGATION IDENTIFIED BY THE STUDENT? 5

TOTAL 40

CONTENT MAX MARKS

In text Citations

For the ten citations, 1 mark each for correct in-text citations

10×1 = 10

References

For the corresponding 10 References, 2 mark each for correct listing of

references to confirm to the CCE- Harvard Referencing style.

10×2 = 20

TOTAL 30

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F/QAP/021/001

Marking scheme

Component Description Weightage (%)

1 Knowledge and understanding of the topic

30%

2 Application and analysis of the topic (Module specific Skill)

35%

3 The structure in terms of logic and coherence

30%

4 The use of relevant work examples and/or examples gained from further reading

5%

Total 100

Instructions

1. Plagiarism is a serious offence. In case of any plagiarism detected, penalty will be

imposed leading to zero mark. Policy and guidelines for dealing with plagiarism and

malpractice in examination can be viewed by clicking:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=490

2. The course work shall be subject to plagiarism software check.

3. Course work should be submitted on time. College guidelines on late submission of

coursework can be viewed by clicking:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=565

4. Course work should be submitted with an appropriate cover page, which can be

obtained from the departmental assistant at the department.

5. Name, student identification and title of the course work to be written clearly and legibly

on the cover page.

6. The completed course work is to be submitted to the departmental assistant on or before

the deadline and record your name, date of submission and signature in the book with

the departmental assistant.

7. For online submission of course work, pdf file with appropriate cover page mentioning

name of student, student number and title of the course work should be uploaded using

the submission link created and made available by the module leader.

Referencing

Harvard Referencing (CCE Style) First Edition 2013 should be followed for both in-text and

listing references. This downloadable document can be found in our CCE portal at:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=628

Name and Signature of Module leader Dr. Dinesh keloth kaithari and Dr. K. Suresh Manic Date: 08-07-2018
QEAD Rev:03 ver 01 9th July 2017 Template A 1

F/QAP/021/001

College of Engineering

Name of the programme BEng (GCU) CAME, MT, POM, EE, CO, EPE, TE

Name of Module with Code Research Methodology, MHH124715

Level/Semester & AY Level 4/Semester A 2018-19

Name of the Module Leader/Tutor

Dr. Dinesh Keloth kaithari and Dr. K. Suresh Manic

Coursework Type Research Methods

Assessment weightage 25 % of Overall Assessment

Type and date of submission Online 08 th November 2018

Aim  To assess the students understanding of Research Methods & achievement of learning outcomes of the module with respect to the abilities to critically analyse technical papers, interpret scientific & technical data, proper referencing and citation of the literature.

Learning Outcomes  Illustrate the aims and objectives of project

 Evaluate the literature relevant to a chosen project topic

Tasks

Task-1: A technical paper will be given to the student by his/her Project Supervisor and he/she

will be required to write a critical analysis and an abstract based on the scientific information

available in the paper.

[70 marks (Abstract writing: 30 Marks & Critical Analysis Writing: 40 marks)]

Abstract:

The Abstract must contain description of the topic, important applications of the topic, brief description about previous literature present in the paper, methodology adopted by the author, important results obtained and conclusions derived from the results. The word count is limited to 250 words and keywords should be written at the end of the abstract.

CONTENT MAX MARKS

ABSTRACT DEVELOPMENT 20

WRITING QUALITY, LOGICAL AND FOCUSED 5

BASIC GRAMMAR, SPELLING AND OTHER CONVENTIONS 5

TOTAL 30

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F/QAP/021/001

Critical Analysis: With the introduction to the topic, students are expected to critically analyze

the literature part that contains key findings of previous authors, methodology adopted in given

paper, parameters used for analysis, analyze the results obtained (from graphs/tables),

important conclusions derived based on the result, weaknesses in the paper and scope of

further investigations identified. Each topic has to be separately presented in the form of

paragraphs and the word count for this part is limited to a range of 500 to 750.

TASK-2: Visit the Library & Resource Center, e-brary and Internet sites and look for the

literature like books, e-books, journal/conference papers, report, articles, and videos etc.,

(preferably) related to the project topic or area. For this literature found, write the in-text citation

and prepare the reference in CCE-Harvard referencing style.

There must be: 2 Library books or E-library books, 5 Journal or Conference Papers/Reports or

Magazine Articles etc., 2 Web based resource like websites, electronic report, videos etc. and

1 Image in Book.

Suggestive format for the Task 2

S.No Type of

Resource

Citation (In-text) –CCE

Harvard Style

Reference List Entry

1. Journal

Paper

…………….. ……………………..

2. Book ………. ……………………

3. Website ……. …………………………

4 Image in

Book

CONTENT MAX MARKS

DOES THE WORK SHOW AN UNDERSTANDING OF TECHNICAL CONTENTS OF THE PAPER? 5

COULD THE STUDENT CLEARLY IDENTIFY THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PAPER AND RELATE THAT

TO OTHER EARLIER WORKS CITED IN THE PAPER?

10

DID THE STUDENT ARGUE / EVALUATE THE METHODS / TECHNIQUES USED BY THE AUTHORS

OF THE PAPER?

15

COULD THE STUDENT IDENTIFY ANY WEAKNESSES IN THE PAPER? 5

IS ANY SCOPE FOR FURTHER INVESTIGATION IDENTIFIED BY THE STUDENT? 5

TOTAL 40

CONTENT MAX MARKS

In text Citations

For the ten citations, 1 mark each for correct in-text citations

10×1 = 10

References

For the corresponding 10 References, 2 mark each for correct listing of

references to confirm to the CCE- Harvard Referencing style.

10×2 = 20

TOTAL 30

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F/QAP/021/001

Marking scheme

Component Description Weightage (%)

1 Knowledge and understanding of the topic

30%

2 Application and analysis of the topic (Module specific Skill)

35%

3 The structure in terms of logic and coherence

30%

4 The use of relevant work examples and/or examples gained from further reading

5%

Total 100

Instructions

1. Plagiarism is a serious offence. In case of any plagiarism detected, penalty will be

imposed leading to zero mark. Policy and guidelines for dealing with plagiarism and

malpractice in examination can be viewed by clicking:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=490

2. The course work shall be subject to plagiarism software check.

3. Course work should be submitted on time. College guidelines on late submission of

coursework can be viewed by clicking:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=565

4. Course work should be submitted with an appropriate cover page, which can be

obtained from the departmental assistant at the department.

5. Name, student identification and title of the course work to be written clearly and legibly

on the cover page.

6. The completed course work is to be submitted to the departmental assistant on or before

the deadline and record your name, date of submission and signature in the book with

the departmental assistant.

7. For online submission of course work, pdf file with appropriate cover page mentioning

name of student, student number and title of the course work should be uploaded using

the submission link created and made available by the module leader.

Referencing

Harvard Referencing (CCE Style) First Edition 2013 should be followed for both in-text and

listing references. This downloadable document can be found in our CCE portal at:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=628

Name and Signature of Module leader Dr. Dinesh keloth kaithari and Dr. K. Suresh Manic Date: 08-07-2018

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=490
http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=565
http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=628
QEAD Rev:03 ver 01 9th July 2017 Template A 4

F/QAP/021/001

Research Methodology – CW1 (25% overall)

Task.1 (70% OF CW1)

CRTICAL REVIEW OF TECHNICAL PAPER – MARKING SHEET

STUDENT’S NAME ______________________________________________________________

STQEAD Rev:03 ver 01 9th July 2017 Template A 1

F/QAP/021/001

College of Engineering

Name of the programme BEng (GCU) CAME, MT, POM, EE, CO, EPE, TE

Name of Module with Code Research Methodology, MHH124715

Level/Semester & AY Level 4/Semester A 2018-19

Name of the Module Leader/Tutor

Dr. Dinesh Keloth kaithari and Dr. K. Suresh Manic

Coursework Type Research Methods

Assessment weightage 25 % of Overall Assessment

Type and date of submission Online 08 th November 2018

Aim  To assess the students understanding of Research Methods & achievement of learning outcomes of the module with respect to the abilities to critically analyse technical papers, interpret scientific & technical data, proper referencing and citation of the literature.

Learning Outcomes  Illustrate the aims and objectives of project

 Evaluate the literature relevant to a chosen project topic

Tasks

Task-1: A technical paper will be given to the student by his/her Project Supervisor and he/she

will be required to write a critical analysis and an abstract based on the scientific information

available in the paper.

[70 marks (Abstract writing: 30 Marks & Critical Analysis Writing: 40 marks)]

Abstract:

The Abstract must contain description of the topic, important applications of the topic, brief description about previous literature present in the paper, methodology adopted by the author, important results obtained and conclusions derived from the results. The word count is limited to 250 words and keywords should be written at the end of the abstract.

CONTENT MAX MARKS

ABSTRACT DEVELOPMENT 20

WRITING QUALITY, LOGICAL AND FOCUSED 5

BASIC GRAMMAR, SPELLING AND OTHER CONVENTIONS 5

TOTAL 30

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F/QAP/021/001

Critical Analysis: With the introduction to the topic, students are expected to critically analyze

the literature part that contains key findings of previous authors, methodology adopted in given

paper, parameters used for analysis, analyze the results obtained (from graphs/tables),

important conclusions derived based on the result, weaknesses in the paper and scope of

further investigations identified. Each topic has to be separately presented in the form of

paragraphs and the word count for this part is limited to a range of 500 to 750.

TASK-2: Visit the Library & Resource Center, e-brary and Internet sites and look for the

literature like books, e-books, journal/conference papers, report, articles, and videos etc.,

(preferably) related to the project topic or area. For this literature found, write the in-text citation

and prepare the reference in CCE-Harvard referencing style.

There must be: 2 Library books or E-library books, 5 Journal or Conference Papers/Reports or

Magazine Articles etc., 2 Web based resource like websites, electronic report, videos etc. and

1 Image in Book.

Suggestive format for the Task 2

S.No Type of

Resource

Citation (In-text) –CCE

Harvard Style

Reference List Entry

1. Journal

Paper

…………….. ……………………..

2. Book ………. ……………………

3. Website ……. …………………………

4 Image in

Book

CONTENT MAX MARKS

DOES THE WORK SHOW AN UNDERSTANDING OF TECHNICAL CONTENTS OF THE PAPER? 5

COULD THE STUDENT CLEARLY IDENTIFY THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PAPER AND RELATE THAT

TO OTHER EARLIER WORKS CITED IN THE PAPER?

10

DID THE STUDENT ARGUE / EVALUATE THE METHODS / TECHNIQUES USED BY THE AUTHORS

OF THE PAPER?

15

COULD THE STUDENT IDENTIFY ANY WEAKNESSES IN THE PAPER? 5

IS ANY SCOPE FOR FURTHER INVESTIGATION IDENTIFIED BY THE STUDENT? 5

TOTAL 40

CONTENT MAX MARKS

In text Citations

For the ten citations, 1 mark each for correct in-text citations

10×1 = 10

References

For the corresponding 10 References, 2 mark each for correct listing of

references to confirm to the CCE- Harvard Referencing style.

10×2 = 20

TOTAL 30

QEAD Rev:03 ver 01 9th July 2017 Template A 3

F/QAP/021/001

Marking scheme

Component Description Weightage (%)

1 Knowledge and understanding of the topic

30%

2 Application and analysis of the topic (Module specific Skill)

35%

3 The structure in terms of logic and coherence

30%

4 The use of relevant work examples and/or examples gained from further reading

5%

Total 100

Instructions

1. Plagiarism is a serious offence. In case of any plagiarism detected, penalty will be

imposed leading to zero mark. Policy and guidelines for dealing with plagiarism and

malpractice in examination can be viewed by clicking:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=490

2. The course work shall be subject to plagiarism software check.

3. Course work should be submitted on time. College guidelines on late submission of

coursework can be viewed by clicking:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=565

4. Course work should be submitted with an appropriate cover page, which can be

obtained from the departmental assistant at the department.

5. Name, student identification and title of the course work to be written clearly and legibly

on the cover page.

6. The completed course work is to be submitted to the departmental assistant on or before

the deadline and record your name, date of submission and signature in the book with

the departmental assistant.

7. For online submission of course work, pdf file with appropriate cover page mentioning

name of student, student number and title of the course work should be uploaded using

the submission link created and made available by the module leader.

Referencing

Harvard Referencing (CCE Style) First Edition 2013 should be followed for both in-text and

listing references. This downloadable document can be found in our CCE portal at:

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=628

Name and Signature of Module leader Dr. Dinesh keloth kaithari and Dr. K. Suresh Manic Date: 08-07-2018

http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=490
http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=565
http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=628
QEAD Rev:03 ver 01 9th July 2017 Template A 4

F/QAP/021/001

Research Methodology – CW1 (25% overall)

Task.1 (70% OF CW1)

CRTICAL REVIEW OF TECHNICAL PAPER – MARKING SHEET

STUDENT’S NAME ______________________________________________________________

STUDENT NO: _________________ PROGRAMME: ____________________

PROJECT TITLE: ________________________________________________________________

* Please ✓ the option and assign the marks appropriately in the ‘Marks’ column.

ABSTRACT (30 MARKS)UDENT NO: _________________ PROGRAMME: ____________________

PROJECT TITLE: ________________________________________________________________

* Please ✓ the option and assign the marks appropriately in the ‘Marks’ column.

ABSTRACT (30 MARKS)
http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?id=490
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http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=628
QEAD Rev:03 ver 01 9th July 2017 Template A 4

F/QAP/021/001

Research Methodology – CW1 (25% overall)

Task.1 (70% OF CW1)

CRTICAL REVIEW OF TECHNICAL PAPER – MARKING SHEET

STUDENT’S NAME ______________________________________________________________

STUDENT NO: _________________ PROGRAMME: ____________________

PROJECT TITLE: ________________________________________________________________

* Please ✓ the option and assign the marks appropriately in the ‘Marks’ column.

ABSTRACT (30 MARKS))

CRTICAL REVIEW OF TECHNICAL PAPER – MARKING SHEET

STUDENT’S NAME ______________________________________________________________

STUDENT NO: _________________ PROGRAMME: ____________________

PROJECT TITLE: ________________________________________________________________

* Please ✓ the option and assign the marks appropriately in the ‘Marks’ column.

ABSTRACT (30 MARKS)

 

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