CS 2135- OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING |
Semester Project Proposal|
Course InstructorAbid Bashirabid.firstname.lastname@example.org|
Guidelines for Project Proposal
1. Title Page:
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DATE| | | –| | | –| | | | |
PROJECT TITLE:| |
STUDENT INFORMATIONWrite down the detail of all group members in BLOCK LETTERS ONLY. | GROUP LEADER: |
Sr No.| Student ID| Name| Program| Email id (Optional):| 1.| | | | |
2.| | | | |
3.| | | | |
4.| | | | |
Course Instructor’s Remarks:| |
Course Instructor’s Signature:| |
2. Project Summary (should not be more than half a page):
The goal of this section is to present the reasons for doing this project as well as stating all of the project's objectives. In this section in particular it is very important to write concisely and clearly.. Before you begin writing you should be able to answer the following questions:
* Why are you doing this project?
* What will you be doing?
* How will you be doing it?
* Who will be doing it (Describes the roles of individual group members in the project? * How long will it take?
3. Project Objectives:
State the major goals to be acquired at the end of the project. Moreover, this section should further highlight the final outcomes achieved at successful development of the project. The overall objective should be as follows:
The explanation would include a discussion of not only what you intend to do, but also a justification of what you will not do (in other words, what your audience might assume that you will do). You might consider having a paragraph for each objective.
4. Project Methodology:
This sections details the plan for how the project objectives will be achieved. It usually starts with a description of the overall approach. Then it provides details on methodology, the target audience,...