I know you all must be curious about who your thesis coach is. Well, I am nothing special as I share the same passion towards the advancements in research areas and constantly go through the review articles, content analysis, primary researches, and academic blogs.
After spending over 9 years in the academic research field and putting my hard efforts into studying different trends in the technical domains, I finally decided to help the beginners and future of research. Throughout these years, I got to learn a lot about the innovations and developments in every research area.
Therefore, I got the motivation to analyse the research trends in various research fields and contribute the knowledge I received to the masses in the best way I can: sharing that knowledge.
I have been a passionate researcher all my career and have more than 1500 hours of consulting experience to doctoral candidates. I have consulted and worked with PhD research scholars from India and across the globe. My education entails a doctoral course in Technology Management, M.Tech in Applied Electronics and a Management master’s degree.
For the past 9 years, I have been into the doctoral academic research field exploring the trends in various technical domains to keep myself updated.
With over 97% of client satisfaction rate, I have provided research related consultancy and assistance to over 1950 PhD students for their research projects.
Those who say that studying is the easiest thing to do might not have worked on a PhD thesis or dissertation before. And I know that you all would agree to it as I have myself felt wronged in this sentence.
As a Thesis Coach, I DO NOT (in any way) suggest you take my recommendations as it is and apply it in your research. My team and I only offer interactive sessions where you can get a chance to dive deep in your interest areas and follow one that suits you the best.
Let’s start with a few tips through which you can write your PhD thesis like an expert.
Getting scared can become the biggest enemy of your PhD research development. Get rid of it before it gets rid of your passion to do better.
While selecting a research topic, evaluate the pros and cons of different topics. Let the idea of the selected topic settle well in your subconscious before starting the research so that you don’t have a change of mind midway.
After writing your thesis’ first draft, read it. See if it sounds intelligible to you as much as the references you used were.If something seems off, then proofread it right there.
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