Graduation project is a capstone project which is pursued over two consecutive semesters (Semster-7 and Semster-8) by a group of students and is supervised by a faculty member in the college. Graduation project starts with
Project Proposal and is followed by
Project Implementation. In graduation projects, students are expected to apply, demonstrate and integrate comprehensive knowledge acquired across various undergraduate courses.
You can watch the graduation project infographic here (Link to GP-info video)
Graduation Project Road Map
Graduation projects consist of two courses, namely Project Proposal in 7th semester and Project Implementation in 8th semester. Prospective students must pre-register themselves at the end of 6th semester of study.
(Step1) Pre-registration (at the end of semester 6):
At the end of the 6th semester, students are advised to form a group consisting of three or four members, select a project idea, discuss with the potential supervisor. Once the project topic and supervisor are agreed upon, students should fill in the graduation project pre-registration form assisted by their supervisor. Consequently, the supervisor submits the pre-registration form to the department's GP coordinator for approval by the department.
(Step 2) Project Proposal (during semester 7):
There are three milestones for project proposal. At the end of each milestone, the students will submit a report as well as make a presentation in front of their project committee members. Reports and presentations for each evaluation should be organized logically and prepared professionally using correct spelling, grammar, format and style. Students should follow the recommended formatting and style in preparing their reports and presentations using the prescribed templates. The students are expected to form their idea, clarify the project motivation, problem statement, define the project scope, requirements and expected outcomes. They should also analyze alternative solutions and justify their choices. At the end of this course, a comprehensive analysis and design of the project should be undertaken.
(Step 3) Project Implantation (during semester 8):
There are two milestones for project implementation. Like project proposal, the students will submit a report as well as make a presentation in front of their project committee members at the end of each milestone. During this course, students should show their ability to implement and evaluate a computer-based solution by using appropriate tools and techniques. At the end of this course, students must provide a complete product that performs all pre-defined functions efficiently. Both the supervisors and the committee members will evaluate the final project implementation using relevant evaluation forms.
Requirements for registration in the project proposal:
There is a set of requirements that a student must achieve before registering a project proposal and these requirements may vary from one department to another and these requirements are
Computer Science Dept.
Computer Networks Dept.
Important Instructions to register Project Proposal and Project Implementation Courses:
Project Proposal Course:
Project Implementation Course: