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History is the most exciting topic to study. People who are interested in it pursue their career in it. History is all about knowing the past form of anything and with anything we mean culture, the country, or any other thing. History is itself a career, and people take their masters or PhD degrees in it. Well if we see the topic of history dissertations, it can be sorted out concerning the different aspects. Like we can see the history of any country, we can look for the history of any culture or the history of music or any other thing so this word history us not specific.

A dissertation has the following parts; first, it has the title page in which student writes his personal information such name, roll number than he writes the name of his academic institute and other things. Then comes the abstract which provides an overview of whatever is written in every section of the dissertation. Then the literature review; in literature review writers provides the summary of what work has been done in the past on the topic. There is also an acknowledgement section in which students thanks all those who have helped him during the research or writing work of his dissertation. Then method and discussion which is often put as an individual section or with each other, are the central section in which student discuss the whole scenario based on the findings he has from the research work. There is a proper result section in which and then the conclusion part. There is a reference section in which students cite all the sources he has used during the research. Then appendices section is used to provide any external links to anything what writer has done more. So basically this is a general overview of what the parts of the dissertation are or how a general thesis usually looks.

Then let’s discuss the writing process for any dissertation. Dissertation writing is described here stepwise to make it a little dull for our readers. The first step and the most crucial step is to choose the topic. Topic selection is always challenging because the student has to find that one specific topic which suits his interest and can be useful and unique enough. That student also has to keep that one thing in mind that he needs enough data collected on the topic. In this case, professors are always helpful. Then before start working on the dissertation research or writing process students have to get approval on the selected topic from the department. Through dissertation, proposal student explains the significance of his subject and the planned methods he has for the research work. The after this comes the research work which is the most crucial part student must remember that all of the data he collects must be authentic and the sources must be cited at the reference section to avoid any issues. Collect the data, sort it out, and keep things you need then omit the rest. Before jumping on to the writing, the part student must remember that he should plan all the sections of dissertations as this will help them throughout the writing part. After the completion of the first draft, the editing of the paper is essential then after that the proofreading part is essential too as it removes all the grammar mistakes, spelling mistakes, and typographical errors. Dissertations are very much a necessary part of a student career and hence must put many efforts in its every part.

 

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