Monday, 1 August 2011

How to write Effective proposals

Writing a proposal can be a tuff job altogether. You have to be careful to insert all the details of the proposal and that too in a very concise manner. You have to “think big” for that perfect proposal. This requires perfect planning. You should be clear of why are you writing this proposal, what is its significance and how are you going to proceed with it. Sample proposals should be organized in such a way as to convince the reader about the importance of what you are trying to convey. 

Prior to writing your proposal, you should have the full knowledge about the topic you are going to write about, which may require effective reading and research in the field. The page limitation should be two to ten pages and you should avoid getting into details. Your information should be rich and convincing. Sample proposals often demand strong focus, skills and faith. You might also include certain references to major publications and bibliographies in your proposals. 

Whether you are an engineer or some research scholar, people reviewing your proposal would like to know your knowledge about the larger field you are interested in and for this reason you have to be really well-read and knowledgeable.

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