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Will you please give here guide line for format of thesis report of the thesis of PHD program of Rajasthan Technical University (RTU)?
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As you want I am here telling you about the format of thesis report of the thesis of PHD program of Rajasthan Technical University (RTU).

Thesis Format
Paper Quality
The thesis shall be printed/xeroxed on both side of white bond paper, whiteness 95% or above, weight 90 gram or more per square meter.

Size
The size of the paper shall be standard A 4; height 297 mm, width 210 mm.

Type Setting, Text Processing and Printing
The text shall be printed employing laser printer, the text having been processed using
a standard text processor. The standard font shall be Times New Roman of 12 pts with 1.5
line spacing.

Page Format
The Printed Sheets shall have the following written area and margins:
Top Margin 30 mm
Bottom Margin 22 mm
Footer 3 mm
Foot Separation 10 mm
Text Height 245 mm
Text Width 160 mm

Left and Right Margins
Single sided/odd number page (in double sided printing)
Left Margin 30mm

Right Margin 20 mm
Double sided even numbered page
Left Margin 20mm
Right Margin 30mm

Paragraph format
Vertical space between paragraphs shall be about 2.5 line spacing.

Thesis Format PHD program
Guidelines for preparation of Thesis
Preamble
While utmost attention must be paid to the content of the thesis, which is being
submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Ph.D. degree, it is imperative that a
standard format be prescribed. The same format shall also be followed in preparation of the
soft copy (single file in pdf form) which shall be submitted to the University Library. A
candidate initially needs to submit five hard copies of the thesis in soft binding form for
evaluation of the thesis, along with its soft copy (single file in pdf form).
1. Organisation of the Thesis
This thesis shall be presented in a number of chapters, starting with Introduction and
ending with Summary and Conclusions. Each of the other chapters will have a precise title
reflecting the contents of the chapter. A chapter can be subdivided into sections, subsections
and subsubsection so as to present the content discretely and with due emphasis. When the
work comprises two or more mutually independent investigations, the thesis may be divided
into two or more parts, each with an appropriate title. However, the numbering of chapters
will be continuous right through, for example Part 1 may comprise Chapters 2 to 5, Part Two,
Chapters 6 to 9.
1.1 Introduction
The title of Chapter 1 shall be Introduction. It shall justify and highlight the problem
posed, define the topic and explain the aim and scope of the work presented in the thesis. It
may also highlight the significant contributions from the investigation.
1.2 Review of Literature
This shall normally form Chapter 2 and shall present a critical appraisal of the
previous work published in the literature pertaining to the topic of the investigation. The
extent and emphasis of the chapter shall depend on the nature of the investigation.
1.3 Report on the present investigation
The reporting on the investigation shall be presented in one or more chapters with
appropriate chapter titles.
•Due importance shall be given to experimental setups, procedures adopted,
techniques developed, methodologies developed and adopted.
•While important derivations/formulae should normally be presented in the text of
these chapters, extensive and long treatments, copious details and tedious
information, detailed results in tabular and graphical forms may be presented in
Appendices. Representative data in table and figures may, however, be included in
appropriate chapters.
•Figures and tables should be presented immediately following their first mention
in the text. Short tables and figures (say, less than half the writing area of the page)
should be presented within the text, while large table and figures may be presented
on separate pages.
•Equations should form separate lines with appropriate paragraph separation above
and below the equation line, with equation numbers flushed to the right.
•Summary/conclusion of each chapter may be provided at the end of the chapter.
1.4 Results and Discussions
This shall form the penultimate chapter of the thesis and shall include a thorough
evaluation of the investigation carried out and bring out the contributions from the study. The
discussion shall logically lead to inferences and conclusions as well as scope for possible
further future work.
1.5 Summary and Conclusions
This will be the final chapter of the thesis. A brief report of the work carried out shall
form the first part of the Chapter. Conclusions derived from the logical analysis presented in
the Results and Discussions Chapter shall be presented and clearly enumerated, each point
stated separately. Scope for future work should be stated lucidly in the last part of the chapter.
1.6 Appendix
Detailed information, lengthy derivations, raw experimental observations etc. are to be
presented in the separate appendices, which shall be numbered in Roman Capitals (e.g.
“Appendix IV”). Since reference can be drawn to published/unpublished literature in the
appendices, these should precede the “Literature Cited” section.
1.7 References/ Bibliography
This should follow the Appendices, if any, otherwise the Summary and Conclusions
chapter. The candidates shall follow the style of citation and style of listing in one of the
standard journals in the subject area consistently throughout his/her thesis, for example, IEEE
in the Department of Electrical Engineering. However, the names of all the authors along with
their initials and the full title of the article/monogram/book etc. have to be given in addition to
the journals/publishers, volume, number, pages(s)and year of publication. Citation from
websites should include the names(s) of author(s) ( including the initials), full title of the
article, website reference and when last accessed. Reference to personal communications,
similarly, shall include the author, title of the communication (if any) and date of receipt.
1.8 Publications by the candidate
Articles, technical notes etc. on the topic of the thesis published by the candidate must
listed after the references/bibliography section. Entry of this section must also be included in
the table of contents. Here the candidates should also include reprints of his/her publications
to fulfill the requirements of PhD ordinance O.14.1.
1.9 Candidate’s Profile
Brief profile of the candidate may be given on the last page of thesis.
2 Thesis Format
2.1 Paper
2.1.1 Quality
The thesis shall be printed/xeroxed on both side of white bond paper, whiteness 95%
or above, weight 90 gram or more per square meter.
2.1.2 Size
The size of the paper shall be standard A 4; height 297 mm, width 210 mm.
2.1.3 Type Setting, Text Processing and Printing
The text shall be printed employing laser printer, the text having been processed using
a standard text processor. The standard font shall be Times New Roman of 12 pts with 1.5
line spacing.
2.1.4 Page Format
The Printed Sheets shall have the following written area and margins:
Top Margin 30 mm
Bottom Margin 22 mm
Footer 3 mm
Foot Separation 10 mm
Text Height 245 mm
Text Width 160 mm
Left and Right Margins
•Single sided/odd number page (in double sided printing)
Left Margin 30mm
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Right Margin 20 mm
•Double sided even numbered page
Left Margin 20mm
Right Margin 30mm
2.1.5 Pagination
Page numbering in the text of the thesis shall be HinduArabic numerals at the center of
the footer. But when the candidate opts for header style the page number shall appear at the
right and left top corner for the odd and even number pages, respectively.
Page number “1” for the first page of the Introduction chapter shall not appear in print,
only the second page will bear the number “2”.
The subsequent chapters shall begin on a fresh page (fresh odd number page in case of
double sided printing). When header style is chosen the first page of each chapter will not
have the header and the page number shall be printed at the center of the footer.
Pagination for pages before the Introduction chapter shall be in lower case Roman
numerals, e.g., “iv”.
2.1.6 Paragraph format
Vertical space between paragraphs shall be about 2.5 line spacing.
The first line of each paragraph should normally be indented by five characters or
12mm. A candidate may, however, choose not to indent if (s) he has provided sufficient
paragraph separation.
A paragraph should normally comprise more than one line. A single line of a
paragraph shall not be left at the top or bottom of a page (that is, no windows or orphans
should be left)
The word at the right end of the first line of a page or paragraph should, as far as
possible, not be hyphenated.


Address:
Rajasthan Technical University, Akelgarh
Kota, Rajasthan

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