A well-made proposal reflects that you have given a serious thought to your chosen subject and made a real effort to show how you plan to study it. It forms the foundation for your project, which is why extra care must be taken to prepare it.
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Submitting proposal within the given time frame is as important as submitting a quality work. We not only prepare a schedule for your work and stick to it strictly but we also keep you constantly updated of the progress level.
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Research design is an important part of the proposal. We help you choose an appropriate methodology and also explain how to use it. We also help you choose the methods of data collection and data analysis.
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We will find you relevant and reliable reference books and journals which will give a strong base to your project. We will also provide a references list to mention in the literature review along with proper citations.
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