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Software Project

Final year project is one of the most important aspects of Engineering degree. As the IEEE says..

“Engineering is that profession in which knowledge of the mathematical, computational, and natural sciences gained by study, experience, and practice is applied with judgment to develop economically effective use of matter, energy, and information to the benefit of humankind.”

Engineering is first and foremost the application of knowledge. However, the application must be carried out with judgment, to ensure that the resultant system is effective and efficient, and that it is of benefit. The final year project is one of the primary the mechanisms used by the Colleges to provide you with an opportunity to gain experience in the practical, effective, efficient, and beneficial application of what you have been studying for the past several years.

Naturally, you will continue to gain Engineering experience after you graduate but the final year project will be your first exposure to the full rigor of engineering practice. It is essential that you learn from this exposure and practice all of the engineering methodologies involved.

It is particularly important that you learn not just to apply what you know, but to apply it with judgement, with the ability to assess what you are doing and to be critical of it.

There is another reason why your final year project is so important: it will inevitably be used as a discriminator to decide how good an engineering student you are. If you end up with a result in your degree examinations which is on the borderline between one grade and another, the examiners will look at how you performed in your project and then they will make a decision as to which grade you should be assigned.

So, for the next 2 semesters, you should devote yourself totally to your final year project. Think of it as your passport to the engineering profession – your formal studies are your ticket but without your passport, you can’t travel. Note, however, that you shouldn't neglect your other studies in the pursuit of your project: a passport is useless without a ticket.

Making a project is nothing but making a project yourself is big achievement doesn’t matters its big or small. And If your project is innovative and of use for common man then even if it is very small then also nothing can be better than this. For e.g. Whatsapp is a very small and easy to make application for android phone Someone made this app as their project. It is small but the most used and famous app in android phones.

It doesn’t matters that your project is big or small, what matters is how did you completed that project and what is your contribution.

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Choosing Your Project

The most essential thing is that you pick a project which you like and which you are capable of doing. Note that these are not necessarily the same things:

 just because you like a particular project doesn’t mean you are qualified to do it. You may not have taken all of the requisite courses or it may be a more theoretically-aligned project whereas you might be a more practically-oriented engineering student (or vice versa). Think long and hard before making your final choice. At the very least, you should take the following steps in assessing and choosing an appropriate topic.
1. Find out what are YOUR options.
2. Make a short-list of three projects
3. Find and rectify all the descriptions and specifications
4. .Identify the ones that interest YOU most

We can also help you build your software projects on below mentioned languages:
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