Sooner or later all graduates of higher educational institutions take up writing a draft thesis. It is better to do this in advance. Then there will be more time to check and correct inaccuracies. As often as possible, communicate with the scientific supervisor of the work. Attend counseling.
The diploma report can be accepted only in printed form. The required volume ranges from 40 to 100 typewritten pages. It should be printed in four copies – for the scientific adviser, for the opponent, for the reviewer and for himself. One copy goes to the archives of the department, where it will be stored for a long time. Sometimes, in serious scientific works, references were made to the thesis papers of students. But do not flatter yourself. This is rather an exception to the rules.
The student is given 1 academic year to write a thesis. All graduation papers pass the above protection procedure. The date of protection is assigned in advance, however, if necessary, your protection can be transferred. To protect the work, an opponent and a reviewer are officially appointed. On the defense you will be asked questions about the content of your work. On defense, as well as on any other exam, one should not accept criticism, it is necessary to conduct active defense. It is important at the same time to have the support of a supervisor.
The choice of the theme of the thesis is of great importance. Experience shows that choosing the right theme and object of study means half ensuring its successful implementation. The topic should be familiar and interesting to you.
The subject of the thesis is developed by the graduating department of the university. The list of themes of the theses is annually announced to students. The student selects a topic from the announced list. He has the right to offer his own topic with justification of the expediency of its development. Graduates are recommended to choose the topic of the thesis project, which corresponds to his specialty. The main criterion in choosing the theme of the thesis is the scholarly and practical interest of the student. This applies, first of all, to students who for a long time purposefully, with interest gathered and processed material on a particular topic, worked in the scientific-student circle at the department. When choosing the topic of the thesis, one should also proceed from the one on which the student can most fully assemble the material.