Choosing a topic for your MTech project can be a daunting task, but here are some steps to help you narrow down your options and select a suitable topic:
- Identify your interests: Start by brainstorming your areas of interest within your field of study. It is easier to work on a project that you are passionate about, and it will keep you motivated throughout the project.
- Conduct a literature review: Once you have identified some areas of interest, do some research to find out what has already been done in those areas. This will give you an idea of what gaps exist in the current knowledge and where you can contribute.
- Consult with your supervisor: Talk to your project supervisor about your ideas and get their input. They can help you to narrow down your options and provide guidance on what topics are feasible within the scope of your project.
- Consider the scope and feasibility: Ensure that your topic is not too broad or too narrow. It should be feasible within the time and resources available for your project.
- Identify the research question: Once you have narrowed down your options, formulate a research question that is specific, measurable, and achievable.
- Refine your topic: Finally, refine your topic based on feedback from your supervisor and any other stakeholders. Ensure that it is well-defined and addresses a real-world problem or challenge.
Remember, your MTech project is an opportunity to demonstrate your skills and knowledge in your field of study, so choose a topic that is interesting, challenging, and will make a significant contribution to your field.
At Engineer’s Planet we help and supervise aspirants choose the right project topic per their skills and industry exposure. Choosing the correct topic will not only help bring innovation but it will also boost the confidence of the candidate.
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