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PROJECT PROPOSAL FORM
INSTRUCTIONS

1. Remove this page before submitting your Proposal Template. These instructions will help your proposal to look organized, well-thought-out, and orderly.

2. Remember the key rules about Harvard citation style and presentation:
(a) All fonts must be 12 (either Arial or Times New Roman are preferred);
(b) All text must be left-justified (meaning you cannot have a straight right margin);
(c) All references are to be in Harvard citation format (use the UWLV web site as your primary resource for determining proper form);
(d) References are never indented or right-justified.

3. Do not add or change categories in this template. Your proposal must match this template precisely.

4. Present yourself as totally unbiased in all your writings and remember to write in the third person.

RESEARCH PROJECT PROPOSAL FORM

This template is to be used to outline your proposed research project study: no other formats will be accepted. This form is due to be completed, saved and uploaded to WOLF by the due date for your cohort.

So that it is clear who the author of each proposal is, please ensure you submit your proposal saved and named as follows: Proposal_Last Name_Initial (e.g. Proposal –Smith R).

This proposal should not exceed 4-5 pages in length, including references; extensive background information is not required.

Wording in red is included either for purely illustrative purposes (i.e. to help you think about your own choice of words) or offering guidance). You should delete or overwrite these guidelines with your own words, and change the font from red to black.

This template is to be used to outline your proposed research project study: no other formats will be accepted. This form is due to be completed, saved and uploaded to WOLF by the due date for your cohort.

So that it is clear who the author of each proposal is, please ensure you submit your proposal saved and named as follows: Proposal_Last Name_Initial (e.g. Proposal –Smith R).

This proposal should not exceed 4-5 pages in length, including references; extensive background information is not required.

Wording in red is included either for purely illustrative purposes (i.e. to help you think about your own choice of words) or offering guidance). You should delete or overwrite these guidelines with your own words, and change the font from red to black.

Student Name:
Student ID:
Provisional Topic Title:
Proposal structurally approved by workshop tutor: Yes/No
(Your workshop tutor needs to check that you had done sufficient work on the proposal and that it is of “fit state” to be forwarded to your supervisor)

1. Aims/objectives/Research Questions:
Provide a brief introduction/context to your topic, state your aims, objectives and research questions (350-400 words)

2. Methodology:
Explain how you are going to answer your research questions i.e. explain your methodology and methods (300-400 words)

3. Brief Literature Review:
Explain how your work fits into existing published work. Do this by locating and critically reviewing about 10-12 sources of information (references) connected to the work you propose to do and show how your research aims/questions intend to fill any gap or extend knowledge. Refer to your research methods module and compare and contrast this information with what you intend to do and with your research approach. Approximately 8-10 of these references must be academic publications, from refereed journals which will be found in our online databases such as Ebsco. Do not use books in this section. Refer to examples in the workshops. (500-750 words)

4. Resources/Data access:
Explain what resources you will need, what resources you have access to, and what access have you secured for the primary data (200-300 words)

5. Project Schedule
Use the template below and fill in the due dates so that you and your supervisor can map out your journey. Allocate 4-6 weeks each for stages 1 and 3. The final draft must be given to your supervisor one month prior to the submission date. You are encouraged to meet with your supervisor after feedback at stages 1 and 3, and possibly stage 5.

Steps | Description | Due date | 1 | Week -1-2: Area of interest identified | | 2 | Weeks 3-4: Topic selected/form submitted | | 3 | Weeks 4-5: Topic refined to develop dissertation proposal | | 4 | Weeks 5-8: Proposal written and submitted | | 5 | Stage 1: Chapters 1-3 completed | | 6 | Stage 2: Collection of data and information | | 7 | Stage 3: Chap 4 & 5 (Analysis, Discussion and conclusions) | | 8 | Stage 4: Writing up | | 9 | Stage 5: Final project draft prepared | | 10 | Submission of Project | |

References
Please make sure you only include sources you have cited above and that each source fully complies with Harvard referencing requirements. The references should include 8-10 journal sources.

Growth barriers for entrepreneurs in India

Aims/objectives/Research Questions
Life of an entrepreneur is full of stress. Industrialization, urbanization, consummation culture are some other reasons for rising stress. In the context of growing population, cultural transformation and multiple roles that people have to play, stress is an inescapable psychological phenomenon. One such role is entrepreneurial role. Apart from the efforts to achieve success in entrepreneurship, an entrepreneur has to face problems of lack of time to rest or to fake care of family etc. (Journal of Management Research (09725814); Apr2003, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p43, 9p)

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