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PhD Box Unveils Proposal Writing Services for Research Scholars

May 24, 2013

Proposals will be written in a collaborative manner, with inputs from students

(PRWEB) May 23, 2013

PhD Box has introduced a service that will help research scholars at the onset of the research process by offering assistance for Thesis Proposals. The proposal writing service is the latest addition to the repertoire of services that the company provides for research consultation in various fields.

The purpose behind launching a dedicated proposal writing service is that this is the stage where most students falter. Scholars who are new to the research process find it difficult to draft a proposal as it is one of the first research documents that students come across. While launching the service, the company said that the students will be assisted for the entire process, from planning the proposal to its presentation. Academic writers, conversant with the format and style requirements of PhD courses, will help students with the proposal. They will offer guidance for understanding the structure of the proposal, as well as for writing various sections of thesis proposal, like introduction, literature review, research methods and conclusion.

This service is being promoted as a collaborative one, enabling students to learn about the chosen topic. Students opting for the service will be required to give their input and suggest references, based on which the draft will be prepared. Feedback incorporation will be done by the writers after scholars discuss the draft with their supervisors at college. Proposal Writing Assistance can be hired as a standalone service, or grouped with the entire package for thesis writing and editing. The service will be offered through online medium and students can interact with writers via Skype and emails.

About us:

PhD Box is a research support company, offering comprehensive services for thesis writing, editing and statistical consultation. Scholars can send the details of their project at info(at)phdbox(dot)in.

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