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Major / Minor Project Training

Industrial Automation & Robotics Centre - IARC Technologies offers major and minor project training for students of various stremas. we provide training for BE, B.Tech. (Computer Science and Information Technology),MCA ,BCA , Polytechnic students. we give major and minor project training in various technologies. We give Industrial Project training in Manufacturing Of Machines, Manufacturing of Electrical & Electronica Device & Sowtware ,Web Designing and Development. Students work on Live Projects. The highly proficient trainers at the Institute deliver proper training on this course which assists the students in this arena and they are able to achieve a successful position in IT industry..

We offer various industrial training, project training programs for BE/BTech,MCA and BCA students and provide you certifications along with live projects. So don’t wait any more and just join us to get better career exposure.

 

When deciding on a research project, you should consider whether you want to enrol in a Minor or Major Research Project (25 or 50 points), and whether you want to complete your research in one semester, or over two semesters.

 

Topic

Minor Research Project

Major Research Project

Credit Points

25

50

Core/Elective


 

The minimum research project credit point requirement is 25 credit points in the Masters of Food Science.

Masters of Agricultural Science students can choose between research projects (major/minor) and Internship.


You CANNOT enrol in BOTH a Minor and Major Project as part of your program

Duration

Generally one semester in length (AGRI90070) unless approval is obtained for a project done over consecutive semesters (AGRI90079 and AGRI90081)

Generally year long commencing in Semester 1 (AGRI90080 and then AGRI90082 in Semester 2) unless approval is given for a semester-long project (AGRI90072).

Assessment


 

Proposal (Due end week 4) 1,500 words 30%



 

Report (Due start of exam period) 7,500 +/- 10% words depending upon topic 50%


Oral Presentation 15 mins + 5 mins for questions 20%


 

Proposal (Due end Week 5) 1,500 words 10%



 

Report (Due start of exam period) 15,000 +/- 10% words depending upon topic 75%


Oral Presentation 15 mins + 5 mins for questions 15%

Pre-requisites

Undertaking a major or minor research project is conditional upon obtaining approval from a supervisor with consideration to appropriate subjects undertaken in your Masters.

Pre-requisite

N/A

NRMT90003 Social Research Methods or AGRI90075 Research Methods For Life Sciences must be studied either before or at the same time as the major research project.

Recommended

N/A

Compared to the minor research project, the major project requires deeper and higher-level analysis.

In order to complete the major project to a high level, a GPA of 75+ is recommended in preceding coursework subjects.

A research project will be required for students planning for a PhD pathway.

Topic Approval

The Project Approval form requires the signature of a supervisor.

Scan and upload the form to Stop 1 using the Enrolment Variation Form.

  1. When filling out the enrolment variation form, select 'Add Subject' and click 'Yes' when asked if you have tried to amend your study plan. You will then be able to upload your approval form as a Subject Variation Document.

You are also required to scan and upload the form to the LMS once enrolled.