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Thesis Guidelines how to write a good thesis for DNB MUHS RGUHS NTRUHS and all universities

Thesis Guidelines how to write a good thesis DNB RGUHS MUHS Natboard for DNB MUHS RGUHS NTRUHS and all universities


Title-

A good title should be brief, clear, and focus on the central theme of the topic; it should avoid abbreviations. The Title should effectively summarize the proposed research and should contain the PICO elements.


Introduction-

It should be focused on the research question and should be directly relevant to the objectives of your study.


Review of Literature -

The Review should include a description of the most relevant and recent studies published on the subject.


Aim and Objectives -

The ‘Aim’ refers to what would be broadly achieved by this study or how this study would address a bigger question / issue. The ‘Objectives’ of the research stem from the research question formulated and should at least include participants, intervention, evaluation, design.


Material and Methods-

This section should include the following 10 elements: Study setting (area), Study duration; Study design (descriptive, case-control, cohort, diagnostic accuracy, experimental (randomized/nonrandomized)); Study sample (inclusion/exclusion criteria, method of selection), Intervention, if any, Data collection, Outcome measures (primary and secondary), Sample size, Data management and Statistical analysis, and Ethical issues (Ethical clearance, Informed consent, trial registration).


Results-

Results should be organized in readily identifiable sections having correct analysis of data and presented in appropriate charts, tables, graphs and diagram etc.


Discussion–

It should start by summarizing the results for primary and secondary objectives in text form (without giving data). This should be followed by a comparison of your results on the outcome variables (both primary and secondary) with those of earlier research studies.


Summary and Conclusion-

This should be a precise of the findings of the thesis, arranged in four paragraphs: (a) background and objectives; (b) methods; (c) results; and (d) conclusions. The conclusions should strictly pertain to the findings of the thesis and not outside its domain.


References- Relevant References should be cited in the text of the protocol (in superscripts).


Appendices -The tools used for data collection such as questionnaire, interview schedules, observation checklists, informed consent form (ICF), and participant information sheet (PIS) should be attached as appendices. Do not attach the master chart.

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