Sunday, October 4, 2015

What to do in Periodic Progress Report (PPR)?

In Periodic Progress Report (PPR) task, each individual student (Not a team, so it is an individual student activity) has to give update with respect to his contribution in the progress of project at regular time interval (generally of 14 days), by answering set of four questions in each PPR.


The questions are as below:


1. What progress student has made in the project related to their final year IDP/UDP?

2. What Challenges student has faced and how they are trying to solve them?

3. What support student needs?

4. Which literature student has referred and its analysis?


Note: 

  • Each student has to submit MINIMUM four set of PPRs, to which his respective guide (Internal and/or external) must have to comment/review. 
  • Each student has to take photocopy of four PPRs along with the comment given by respective guide/HOD/Principal and has to attach in his/her final project report. 
  • More then four PPRs from students are also permitted.


Comment/Review to student's PPR can also be made by HOD/Principal as well.

IF COMMENT OR REVIEW TO THE STUDENT'S PPRs WILL NOT BE MADE EITHER BY GUIDE/HOD/PRINCIPAL THEN STUDENTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO GENERATE PMMS COMPLETION CERTIFICATE.









Note: For any query or confusion refer GTU PMMS guideline, other project related guideline or contact GTU. The information on this blog is just for information.

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