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PROJECT OBJECTIVES:

To study the flare system and find solutions of reducing the emission of flare and pollution problem.
To create system that can reduce (Global temperature, pollution, and Energy burning).
To design the flare gas system by simulation software for economic benefits for oil and gas industry.
To find way of how to use exhausted gas as fuel gas instead of burning and effects the atmosphere.

KEY CHALLENGES OF THE PROJECT:
1) solve the problem of flaring in Oman with low cost and gain the fuel gas as recovery from this idea
2) Finding the information of flare gas recovery system especially in Oman.
3) Flare gas has varying gas compositions so some information needed to use specific gas
please follow the guidelines and instruction in the file below to achieve all the objective.
and add a ppt work for the report contain 12 slides .Sep 2022
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL PROJECT PROPOSAL FORM – RM STAGE
FORM – I
Name of the Student
Majid Said Mohamed Al Saqry
Student
No
Mode of
Study
180274
SPT
Programme
Course
POM
Module
Code
BEng
MHH124715
PROJECT TITLE
Investigation of flare gas recovery for minimization of the waste and its impact on economic benefits to oil
and gas refineries
PROJECT OBJECTIVES:
1. To study the flare system and find solutions of reducing the emission of flare and pollution problem.
2. To create system that can reduce (Global temperature, pollution, and Energy burning).
3. To design the flare gas system by simulation software for economic benefits for oil and gas industry.
4. To find way of how to use exhausted gas as fuel gas instead of burning and effects the atmosphere.
KEY CHALLENGES OF THE PROJECT:
1) solve the problem of flaring in Oman with low cost and gain the fuel gas as recovery from this idea
2) Finding the information of flare gas recovery system especially in Oman.
3) Flare gas has varying gas compositions so some information needed to use specific gas
MIE RM PROPOSAL FORM (REVISED FEB 2020)
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ABSTRACT OF THE PROPOSED WORK
The Aim of the case study is to develop and design gas recovery flare system starting with the main stations
In Oman. Gas flaring generated by the combustion of associated gas coming from industrial process such
as oil and gas recovery and petrochemical production. The design considerations, economics of the
process and system operation are studied in this paper. Flare gases are compressed and returned to the
fuel gas header for immediate use as fuel gas. Flare gas recovery reduces noise and thermal radiation,
operating and maintenance costs, air pollution and emission, and fuel gas and steam consumption. Process
stability and flare tip increment without any impact on the existing safety relief system are also the effects
of the flare gas recovery system. There are four main problems of flaring: Air pollution, increase of earth
temperature, public concerns and finally waste of resources. The present study is aimed to investigate and
analyze the flare system issue in oil and gas refineries and petrochemicals and find ideas to solve the
pollution problem in oil and gas sectors and petrochemical industries which has wide effect of the
environment. However, flare gas recovery systems are the one of the cleanest solutions to minimize or
eliminate gas flaring. An FGR system provides a number of environmental and economic benefits to
refineries as the following: lower emission, reduce operating cost and social & environmental responsibility.
Those are the main benefits of this study and will explain them by details in the report. The purpose of this
study is to give general overview of Flare Gas Recovery System and how it can be applied in industry to
reach zero flaring.
INNOVATION, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIETAL IMPLICATIONS ARISING OUT OF THIS PROJECT
INOVATION OF FLARE RECOVERY:
The innovation of this case study to create system that can reduce the flaring in the refineries and trying to reach zero flaring also
recover that gas and use it as fuel gas.
SOCIAL IMPLEMENTATION:
Flare gas recovery reduces noise and thermal radiation, operating and maintenance costs, air pollution and emission, and
fuel gas and steam consumption.
AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY
Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all
DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Promote sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
CLIMATE ACTION
Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
MIE RM PROPOSAL FORM (REVISED FEB 2020)
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PROJECT PLANNING GANTT CHART – (RM PHASE)
DURATION 1 DIV = 1 WEEK
KEY ACTIVITIES (TASKS)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1. Selecting and developing title, meeting
supervisor
2. Proposal making
3. Proposal submission
4. CW1 preparation and submission
5. CW2 preparation and submission
6. CW3 presentation
MIE RM PROPOSAL FORM (REVISED FEB 2020)
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FORM – II
PROJECT FEASIBILITY AND SUPERVISOR’S CONSENT FORM
(to be filled in by supervisor)
FEASIBILITY CHECK
POINTS
DETAILS FOR VERIFICATION
YES / NO
PROPOSED TITLE OF
THE PROJECT
Is proposed title of the project found to be
appropriate,
relevant
and
finalised
after
supervisor’s consent?
Yes
HONOUR LEVEL
CHALLENGE
Does the Project Proposal submitted have
adequate and achievable levels of honours
challenge?
Yes
FACILITIES,
SOFTWARE AND
INFRASTRUCTURE
Are equipment / facilities required for doing this
project available at CCEO? If no, are possible
alternate arrangements facilitated to the student?
No
TIME LINES
Will 2 Semesters (Research Phase + Project
Phase) be adequate for achieving all the objectives
mentioned in the proposal?
No
AVAILABILITY OF
EXPERTISE AT CCEO
Is all relevant expertise required for successfully
completing the project available at CCE? If no,
alternate arrangements are in place?
No
CATALYSE SUPPORT
Does this project require CATALYSE support,
expertise and facilities?
No
UNSDG RELEVANCE
Does this project proposal submitted include UNSD
Goal and Target
Yes
Student’s Signature
REMARKS, IF
ANY
It is case study, no
project
If YES, please use
the referral form
available in S drive
Majid Said Alsaqry
Date
19/10/2022
L N Rao
Date
19/10/2022
Remarks by Supervisor, if any
Supervisor’s Signature
Contact Day & Timings
Signature of RM Tutor
MIE RM PROPOSAL FORM (REVISED FEB 2020)
Sunday 11-12 pm
Date
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FORM – III
PROJECT RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
(to be filled in by the student)
Risk Assessment in student project works and during a practical session is a compulsory requirement at CCE. It involves a careful examination of possible
events that may adversely affect the intended outcomes of the project / lab session or may cause harm to people or damages to properties. Appropriate
precautions should be taken well in advance to minimise the likelihood of such adverse events and to ensure the satisfactory achievement of the expected
result from the project/ practical work. Students doing project/practical work must fill this form after discussion with their supervisors.
FULL NAME OF THE STUDENT
STUDENT NO
180274
TITLE OF THE PROJECT
Majid Said Mohamed Al Saqry
COURSE BEng
PROGRAMME POM
Investigation of flare gas recovery to minimize the waste and economic benefits to
oil and gas refineries
Location of Project Implementation (Workshop, Lab or Industry)
Lab & Industry
Have you participated in a workshop conducted by HSE officer on Risk Assessment?
Yes / No
RISK ASSESSMENT
ACTIVITY / HAZARDS
POSSIBILITY
(YES/NO)
Shortage of Physical Resources
(Material / Equipment)
No
Lack of Human Resources
(Supervisory & Support Staff)
Chemical hazards, Hazardous
material to be used etc.
Equipment or Instrument Hazards
(Mechanical / Electrical / Fire
hazard etc.)
Health Hazards
Environmental Risks, if any
Any other risks involved?
CONTROL MEASURES TAKEN OR
WILL BE TAKEN TO ELIMINATE OR
MINIMIZE RISKS
RISKS INVOLVED
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Fire
Use H2S monitor, Escape set, heat
extinguisher
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
L N Rao
Signature of Project
Student with date
Signature of Project
Supervisor with date
Signature of Project
Coordinator with date
Signature of HSE Officer with
date
(Note: HSE Office Location: M007-A; Tel. Ext: 379; Project Risk Assessment Approval Time: From 3.00 PM TO 6.00 PM)
MIE RM PROPOSAL FORM (REVISED FEB 2020)
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FORM – IV
MAPPING OF PROPOSED PROJECT AGAINST UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
(to be filled in by the student) – MIE department
Students have to map the proposed title of the Project with relevant United Nations Sustainable Development Goal(s) and Target(s) in the format
given below (mentioned in FORM 1 of the proposal). Details of 17 UNSDGs and 169 targets are available in Blackboard/CCElearn for reference. Students
are to discuss with their supervisors for this mapping. [Tick mark on the targets identified against the goals]
S.NO.
TARGET(S)
MAPPED
UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
1
NO POVERTY
End poverty in all its forms everywhere
2
ZERO HUNGER
End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture
3
GOOD HEALTH AND WELL BEING
Ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages
4
QUALITY EDUCATION
Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
5
GENDER EQUALITY
Achieve gender equality and empower all girls and women
6
CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION
Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
7
AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY
Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
8
DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent
work for all

9
INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
10
REDUCED INEQUALITIES
Reduce inequality within and among countries
11
SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES
Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
12
RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION
Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
13
CLIMATE ACTION
Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
14
LIFE BELOW WATER
Conserve and sustainably use our oceans, seas and marine resources
15
LIFE ON LAND
Sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity
loss
16
PEACE AND JUSTICE STRONG INSTITUTIONS
Promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies
17
PARTNERSHIP FOR THE GOALS
Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development

Title of the Project
Investigation of flare gas recovery to minimize the waste and economic
benefits to oil and gas refineries
Student Number / Name
of the Student
180274 Majid Said AL Saqry
MIE RM PROPOSAL FORM (REVISED FEB 2020)

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FORM – V
COMMENTS BY SCRUTINIZING COMMITTEE (to be filled in by the scrutinisers)
STUDENT
NO
180274
PROPOSED
TITLE
TITLE
ACCURACY/SUITABILITY
Investigation of flare gas recovery to minimize
the waste and economic benefits to oil and gas
refineries
SUPERVISOR
NAME
Dr Lakkim
Rao
The title could be rephrased as “Investigation of flare gas recovery for minimization of the
waste and its impact on economic benefits to oil and gas refineries”
Anticipated outcomes need clarity
ABSTRACT
One of the objectives should be related to access the economic benefits to oil and gas
industry
OBJECTIVES
Missing Challenges part in the proposal
HONOURS LEVEL
CHALLENGES
OK
FEASIBILITY
ASPECTS
(Facilities
and
Infrastructure,
Timelines, Availability of expertise etc)
Need to describe CW-3 activity in Gantt Chart
PROJECT PLANNING
CHART
Incomplete RISK ASSESSMENT FORM (Form-III), student need to carefully fill the form,
identify the risks involved in the project and control measures taken to minimize the risk,
RISK ELEMENTS
Please check the INNOVATION, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIETAL IMPLICATIONS
ARISING OUT OF THIS PROJECT,
It will be challenging to prove the 4 UNSDG goals are achieved through the project,
Please recheck
ANY OTHER SPECIFIC
COMMENTS/REMARKS
21-10-2022
1. Dr Santosh Walke
SCRUTINISER’S NAME
AND SIGNATURE
2.
D
A
T
E
END OF RM/TP PROPOSAL FORM
MIE RM PROPOSAL FORM (REVISED FEB 2020)
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Electrical and Computer
Engineering
MHH124725 – Technical
Project
Mechanical and Industrial
Engineering
MHH124725 – Technical
Project
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
SULTANATE OF OMAN
PROJECT HANDBOOK
A Project is sequence of planned activities with
defined objectives and outcomes to be achieved
within specified time, resources and budgets.
Level 4
2022 – 2023
Spring Semester
Project Coordination Team:
Dr Priy Dwivedi
Dr. M. Achuthan
Dr. Haris Kadir Mohamed
Dr. Dinesh.K.K
Mr. Muhammed Kunhamu K
Mr. Imad Saud Al Naimi
All BENG Programmes (GCU)
Common to ECE and MIE Departments
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PREFACE
This Technical Project Handbook is a concise guide for the module MHH124725 Technical
Project. This is intended to present the basic information about the module and provides
guidelines to effectively achieve the project objectives. Students are strongly advised to peruse
this Handbook for a better understanding of the module objectives and the expectations from
the students.
Grateful acknowledgement is made to all the authors whose works or extracts from their works
have been cited as examples in this Handbook.
Project Coordinators:
Dr. Priy Dwivedi
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Email: priydwivedi@nu.edu.om
Dr. M. Achuthan
Mechatronics
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Email: achuthan@nu.edu.om
Dr Haris Kadir Mohamed
Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Email: hariskadir@nu.edu.om
Dr. Dinesh. K. K
Process Operations and Maintenance
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Email: dineshkeloth@nu.edu.om
Mr Muhammed Kunhamu K
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Email: kunhamu@nu.edu.om
Mr Imad Saud Al Naimi
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Email: imadalnaimi@nu.edu.om
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. AIM & OBJECTIVES …………………………………………………………………….. 5
2. COURSE OUTLINE ………………………………………………………………………. 5
3. LEARNING OUTCOMES ……………………………………………………………….. 6
4. LEARNING AND TEACHING STRATEGY ……………………………………….. 6
5. SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES ………………………………………………………….. 7
6. COMPONENTS OF ASSESSMENT ………………………………………………… 8
7. PLAGIARISIM ………………………………………………………………………………. 9
8. INDICATIVE MARKING THRESHOLD FOR COURSEWORK…………… 10
9. LOG BOOK ………………………………………………………………………………… 11
10. ROLES OF COORDINATOR, SUPERVISOR AND STUDENTS………… 11
APPENDIX 1 – PLAN OF ACTION PROFORMA – TP PHASE ………………… 13
APPENDIX 2 – COURSE WORK 1 – MARKING RUBRICS INTERIM
PRESENTATION (20%) …………………………………………………………………….. 17
APPENDIX 3 – GUIDELINES FOR WRITING PROJECT REPORT …………. 18
APPENDIX 4 – COURSE WORK 2–MARKING RUBRICS
FINAL PROJECT REPORT (60%) ………………………………………………………. 20
APPENDIX 5 – COURSE WORK 3 – MARKING RUBRICS
FINAL
PRESENTATION (20%) …………………………………………………………………….. 22
APPENDIX 6 – DECLARATION BY THE STUDENT……………………………… 23
APPENDIX 7 – AGREEMENT BETWEEN STUDENT AND STAFF ON IPR OF
FINAL YEAR PROJECT………………………………………………………….23
APPENDIX 8 – TITLE / FIRST PAGE (MIE DEPT.) ………………………………… 25
APPENDIX 9 – TITLE / FIRST PAGE (ECE DEPT.)……………………………25
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MODULE DETAILS
Module Code
Module Title
Credits
Semester
Pre Requisite Knowledge
MHH124725
TECHNICAL
PROJECT
20
A/B
Research Methodology
+ Industrial Internship
The final year project work is the pinnacle of students’ learning at the undergraduate level. It
stands as a testimony for student’s understanding and knowledge of technical aspects of
his/her specialization of studies. Students’ ability to critically analyze a problem and suggest
solutions could very well be ascertained from their project work.
This module develops and integrates the technical and project management skills gained from
other units. The work carried out in MHH124715 Research Methodology and the knowledge
gained in MHH124925 Industrial Internship may form the basis of this individual project. The
project consists of elements of design, analysis, specification, implementation, validation
(testing) and communication.
Also, the work done as reflected in the student’s project report stands as an evidence of
student’s skills related to analysis, interpretation, discussion of findings, and out-of-box
approaches to solutions. Therefore, it is very important that students pay more attention and
time to their projects.
This handbook outlines the details of the Technical Project module and provides you with
information related to the project requirements and assessment criteria.
Note 1: The students studying in the programmes that are to be accredited by the
Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) must pass the Technical Project at
the first attempt in order to graduate with an IET accredited qualification.
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1. AIM & OBJECTIVES
Aim: To apply the knowledge and skills acquired in the areas of programme of studies and find
solutions for engineering problems.
Key Objectives:





To enable the student to demonstrate the motivation, initiative and creative thinking in
exploring and suggesting engineering solutions and enhancements.
To enable the translation of relevant theory into engineering solutions to problems.
To exhibit the skills on the project planning/management, decision making and leadership.
To accomplish effective oral and written communication of the work undertaken.
To develop the ability to plan and conduct a substantial investigation or task within a limited
timescale.
2. COURSE OUTLINE







Interpreting specifications for the design to be undertaken
Constructing prototype and develop test methods
Verifying and validating design with appropriate use of test equipment
Interacting and inferring from the case studies and literature review supported with
statistical data and its analysis
Communicating findings of the study through a formal Project Report
Recognizing the role of non-technical factors (e.g. feasibility, cost, environmental issues)
and
Planning and managing resources, its influence with practical conditions and environment
Student projects should include all the following with a clear emphasis on achieving the
stated aims and objectives:
a. Feasibility Study – an analysis on the constraints and feasibility, considering the
availability of the resources, facilities and expertise.
b. Literature Review – this must be concise and critical; only those findings from the earlier
publications that are relevant to the aims and objectives of the project must be presented
in the project report. A clear rationale for the aims and objectives must be drawn from the
literature review.
c. Design & Analysis – all engineering projects must have the elements of design and
analysis. The test benches or models or experimental set-ups must be designed
conforming to the specifications.
d. Fabrication of Model or Simulation – It is very important to fabricate the model for
experimentation purposes or at least to set up a test-bench using prototypes. Software
simulation can be used to supplement and verify the experimental results, and must be
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used to a minimum. However, in case there is no scope for fabrication of a model or test
bench, a thorough investigation and experimentation, using software simulators will be
allowed.
e. Experimental Investigation – An investigation of the theory or hypothesis or proposal
must be carried out and the outcome of the experimentation must be discussed and
conclusions drawn. A clear summary of the outcome of the Technical project and if or not
the objectives are met, and if or not the results align with the assumptions must be
presented in the Technical project report.
f.
Undertaking – It requires that an agreement between the Student and the College
(represented by the Project Supervisor) be signed in order to protect the IP rights of the
Student and the College.(Refer Appendix 7)
g. Technical Project Report – a summary of the work done, clearly discussing the topics (a
– e) listed above and critical analysis of the results and findings linking to the aims and
objectives must be included in the Technical project report.
3. LEARNING OUTCOMES
On completion of this module the student should be able to:





Review / Update the project proposal and develop a plan of action (AM7).
Interpret the objectives of the project and do a detailed design/ design alternates
(Systems / Technologies / Experiments), specifications and analysis (AM5, AM6)
Validate the design, implement and test the system (hardware/software) (AM6, AM7).
Produce a quality technical report with regard to relevance, structure, language,
presentation and word limit (AM7, AM9).
Deliver effectively a short oral presentation with appropriate visual aids on the project
and defend the project before the panel of examiners through project demonstration
(AM8).
4. LEARNING AND TEACHING STRATEGY
The necessary skills to pursue with critical evaluation of literature, project methodology, data
analysis and statistical tools are taught in the earlier semester through the Research
Methodology module. The input from Industry, in terms of identifying industry based problems,
access to facilities, local needs and any external supervisory support are available through the
module ‘Industrial Internship’.
Supervisory support, use of laboratory facilities, need-based support and training are available
to students.
Maintenance of log book, manuscript and notes of meetings with supervisor will help in
compilation of information and hints on project.
Regular review of performance related to agreed targets, interim reports and presentations and
timely feedback help in assessing the student’s progress and accomplishments of the learning
outcomes.
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Note 2: Students shall continue with the same project theme that was chosen for the
RM module and work with the same supervisor.
The schedule given below highlights only the key activities; refer to Blackboard for
updates and due dates.
5. SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
Week
No.
Activity
1
Submission of approved RM Proposal + Plan of Action for TP stage
(taking inputs from RM and Industrial Internship modules) and Risk
Assessment. Please use the proforma given in Appendix 1 for Plan of
Action of TP Phase
2
Review of Project Proposal – Recommendations and Suggestions if any.
3
Discussions with supervisor and reporting the project progress.
4



5
CW1- Interim Presentation & Discussions with supervisor
6
Discussions with supervisor and reporting the project progress.
7
Discussions with supervisor and reporting the project progress.
8
Discussions with supervisor and reporting the project progress.
9
Discussions with supervisor and reporting the project progress.
Discussions with supervisor and reporting the project progress.
Discussing the Content style & Format of Presentation.
Approval of Presentation file by supervisor
Discussions with supervisor and reporting the project progress.
10
Submission of a draft copy of the final project report – for comments by
the Supervisor
11
Discussions with supervisor for the final touchup
12
Submission of CW2- the Final Project Report and Consultations with the
supervisor for CW3- Final Project Presentation; Approval of Presentation
File for CW3
13
CW3- Final Technical Project Presentation
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6. COMPONENTS OF ASSESSMENT
Components
Description
Schedule
Weightage
Coursework 1
Interim Presentation
Week 5
20%
Coursework 2
Final technical project report of
10000 to 14000 words
Week 12
60%
Final presentation & project
Week 13
20%
demonstration
Pass Requirements: Overall 50% marks must be scored for successfully
completing the project.
Coursework 3
Coursework 1: Interim Presentation
• Student must give a presentation on the significant progress made during the first 4
weeks of the semester.
• Students will be evaluated and marked by a panel of examiners. Average marks of the
examiners will be awarded for the CW1.
• The structure, format and the marking criteria are available in Appendix 4
Coursework 2: Project Report
• A draft project report, after the grammar check, must be submitted by the 10th week of
the Semester, for comments by the Supervisor on the structure, formatting, discussion
of the results and conclusion.

The Final Project Report (fully formatted softcopy in pdf format) should be submitted
the 12th week through the link provided in Blackboard. This submission should be done
after the draft check-up with the supervisor.

Project reports will be evaluated and marked by a panel of examiners. Average marks
of the panel members will be awarded after the agreement and the confirmation of the
Scrutiny committee.

The structure, format and the marking criteria are available in Appendix 5 and 6.
Note 3: Project Reports that do not conform to the formatting specifications and / or
written in poor English (grammar and spelling) and / or plagiarized will not be accepted.
Plagiarism cases will be dealt with, strictly in accordance with relevant college policies.
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Coursework 3: Final Project Presentation







At the end of the semester, each student must give a presentation using PPT slides /
Poster about the project work before a panel of examiners, covering the aspects of
project planning, management, methodology, test / experimental results, inference,
discussions and conclusions.
Students who have not submitted their final Project Report by the end of Week
12 will not be allowed to do Coursework 3 (Project Presentation).
Project work will be evaluated and marked according to the accomplishment of the
stated Aim and Objectives.
The presentation will be followed by ‘Questions & Answers’ session by the panel.
The entire presentation should be video recorded with good quality of video as well
audio. And a good coverage of the presentation slides should be portrayed in the video.
Project reports will be evaluated and marked by a panel of examiners. Average marks
of the panel members will be awarded after the agreement of the panel and the
confirmation of the scrutiny committee
Please refer to Appendix 7 for the evaluation criteria.
Note 4: All the coursework components must be timely submitted by the student
to the department and feedback discussion can be done with the supervisor in
the subsequent project meetings. All copyrights and other intellectual property
rights on the project components and products will be the exclusive property of
the concerned engineering department. Any use/reproduction must be with
department’s permission(s)
7. PLAGIARISIM
Definition
Unacknowledged copying from published sources (including the internet) or incomplete
referencing
The following also constitute plagiarism:
• Copying sections of work from a friend/colleague.
• Having a friend/family member dictate something to you.
• Copying and pasting from the internet without citing the source.
• Copying directly from a study text quotation without citing the source.
Quotations
When using quotations from books, websites or journal articles you should cite the author and
the year of publication then use the quote in quotation marks.
Paraphrasing
Paraphrasing is where you encapsulate another person’s original idea, argument or conclusion
in your own words. It is still necessary to attribute those ideas to the author, and you can do
this by using the formatting outlined above for direct quotations, taking care to include the
author’s surname and the year of publication.
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Collaboration
We acknowledge that you may undertake joint study with colleagues or as part of a formal
training programme. However, working with another person to write assignments is not
acceptable. Your answers must be your own and in your own words.
Referencing
Harvard Referencing (COE Style) First Edition 2013 should be followed for both in-text and
listing references. This downloadable document can be found in our NU-CoE Learn
(blackboard).at: http://coeportal.nu.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=693
8. INDICATIVE MARKING THRESHOLD FOR COURSEWORK
Following table gives the students an idea about the level of work expected in students’
coursework submissions in order to achieve certain grade and marks. Detailed rubrics for each
coursework are available in the appendices.
Indicative Mark
90% and above
Outstanding
80 – 89%
(EXCELLENT)
70-79%
(VERY GOOD)
60-69%
(GOOD)
50-59%
(Satisfactory)
Commentary on Marking Standards
Outstanding

Truly outstanding work to be recognized in all aspects- New invention, novel technology, new idea worth applying for
patent, evidence of excellent communication skills, clearly communicated report, results critically analyzed , alternate
solutions and appropriate suggestions put forward

Exceptionally superior work in both content and presentation

Indicates highest level of achievement + points below
Excellent

Exceptionally clear, well-structured and theoretically informed.

Standard of English excellent,

Exceptionally good powers of analysis and interpretation.

Adequate References

Solutions to problems

All steps in a meticulously structured manner

Use of relevant units and interpretations,

Use of intelligent and innovative methods + points given below
High

Displaying a thorough understanding of the topic.

Focusing clearly on the question

Demonstrate extensive reading to support analysis

Soundness of judgment

Coherently reasoned statement with empirical evidence.

Suggestions for improvement

Solutions to problems

All steps in a structured manner with relevant units of quantities.

Answers to show accurate results ( may miss simple steps)

Good interpretations of Solution (may be incomplete)
Generally Good

Solid piece of work which answers the question,

A clear conclusion in a generally focused and well written manner,

Use of citations, quotations and references.

Evidence of wider reading and deep analysis
Solutions to problems

Contain necessary /important steps with relevant units.

Accurate results, (may miss some steps which are not very critical to problem solving)

Reasonable level of interpretation of results.

Proper referencing
Average

Substantial room for improvement, (e.g. in terms of the standard of written English, the sharpness of focus on the
question)

Insufficient analysis of the results

References included, but not adequate

Solutions to problems

Steps for solving problem based on theory and principles (may lack some steps towards the final answers)

No substantial interpretation of the final result
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Poor
40-49%
(FAIL)




Exhibits some potential / degree of standard (falls down in at least one of the categories indicated above)
Solutions to problems
Missing important steps for solving the problem
Initial steps correct but mistakes towards final result
9. LOG BOOK
The log book is intended to be a useful aid in the gathering and recording of information
obtained during the project activities. It also greatly assists in the preparation of the Final
Report.
• A log book (which can be downloaded from Blackboard) is required to be kept by all
students who are undertaking the final year project.
• The log book should be considered as a day-to-day work book for the recording of:
o Progress of work
o Results/Findings
o Notes
o Problems encountered
o References
o Meetings with supervisors
• The log book should be duly signed by the supervisor with initials and date during each
meeting with the student.
• The log book may be requested for inspection by the supervisor and/or the project
coordinator at any time during the project, and should be submitted along with the final
report.
10. ROLES OF COORDINATOR, SUPERVISOR AND STUDENTS
Role of the Supervisor
The supervisor will:
• Make him/herself available for regular meetings for the duration of the project.
• Supervise and advise from the RM stage, on the Selection of Project, compilation of
the project proposal forms and Risk Analysis form etc. and confirm before TP stage.
• Provide technological advice and support.
• Keep track of the students’ progress in project.
• Enter the attendance in ERPS on every week.
• Advise on the format and contents of the written report.
• Evaluate the project components and report(s) as per the given marking sheets.
Role of the Project Coordinator
The Project Coordinator is responsible for:
• The allocation of students to the supervising staff.
• Organizing various events for the project module like presentations, assigning
evaluations panel members etc.
• Making appropriate arrangements for project assessments.
• Prepare / organizing the softcopies for GCU scrutiny and making sure that the required
copies are sent.
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Maintain a record of plagiarism cases.
Identify student / Technical project for e-poster presentation.
Identify projects to participate in CoE and national project contests/conferences, etc.
Identify potential projects for commercialization to be referred to CCCI.
Roles and Responsibilities of the Students
The students are responsible for
• Reading this handbook carefully and submitting the project coursework(s) as per the
guidelines mentioned in this book and schedules communicated.
• Updating and submitting ‘Technical Project Proposal form’ with Gantt chart and Risk
Assessment form in consultation with your supervisor and return them to the Supervisor
by the second week of Semester.
• Have regular meetings with your supervisor at agreed day of week and time.
• Working on their projects activities steadily and not leaving essential things for the last
minute.
• Completing and submitting the project coursework components to the Project
Supervisor by the due date communicated through the project Blackboard.
• Writing and compiling Project Report as per the guidelines given in the handbook.
• Consulting the project coordinator should any problems arise concerning the project.
• Arranging laboratory facilities, equipment and space (for tools and components contact
the Lab Staff for your Project Area).
• Procuring any material required for the project.
• Arranging (with the consent of supervisor) for the manufacture of any components, if
necessary, for the project.
• Checking the notice board and Blackboard regularly for project information, such as
submission dates, arrangements for presentations or any other similar instruction(s).
• Regularly reading and incorporating the feedback given in log book and with
coursework submissions in project activities.
• Submitting softcopy of the Project report to the Project Supervisor for onward
transmission to Project Coordinator by the due date.
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APPENDIX 1 – PLAN OF ACTION PROFORMA – TP PHASE
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL PROJECT PROPOSAL DOCUMENT – TP STAGE
(to be filled in by student)
Name of the Student
Student No
Course
Mode of
Study
Programme
BEng
Module Code
PROJECT TITLE
PROJECT OBJECTIVES (Minimum THREE):
1.
2.
3.
4.
KEY CHALLENGES OF THE PROJECT (Minimum THREE):
1.
2.
3.
4.
ABSTRACT OF THE PROPOSED WORK
(Brief description indicating the aim of the work, research problem, proposed solution, methodology to be adopted and anticipated outcomes – within 200 words)
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INNOVATION, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIETAL IMPLICATIONS ARISING OUT OF THIS PROJECT
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PROJECT PLANNING GANTT CHART – (TP PHASE)
DURATION 1 DIV = 1 WEEK
KEY ACTIVITIES (TASKS)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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PROJECT RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
(to be filled in by the student)
Risk Assessment in student project works and during a practical session is a compulsory requirement at CoE. It involves a careful examination of
possible events that may adversely affect the intended outcomes of the project / lab session or may cause harm to people or damages to properties.
Appropriate precautions should be taken well in advance to minimise the likelihood of such adverse events and to ensure the satisfactory
achievement of the expected result from the project/ practical work. Students doing project/practical work must fill this form after discussion with their
supervisors.
FULL NAME OF THE STUDENT
STUDENT NO
COURSE
BEng
PROGRAMME
TITLE OF THE PROJECT
Location of Project Implementation (Workshop, Lab or Industry)
Have you participated in a workshop conducted by HSE officer on Risk Assessment?
Yes / No
RISK ASSESSMENT
ACTIVITY / HAZARDS
POSSIBILITY
(YES/NO)
RISKS INVOLVED
CONTROL MEASURES TAKEN OR
WILL BE TAKEN TO ELIMINATE OR
MINIMIZE RISKS
Shortage of Physical Resources
(Material / Equipment)
Lack of Human Resources
(Supervisory & Support Staff)
Chemical hazards, Hazardous
material to be used etc.
Equipment or Instrument Hazards
(Mechanical / Electrical / Fire
hazard etc.)
Health Hazards
Environmental Risks, if any
Any other risks involved?
Name & Signature of
Name and Signature of
Project Student with date
Project Supervisor with date
Name and Signature of
Project Coordinator with date
Name and Signature of
HSE Officer with date
(Note: HSE Office Location: M007-A; Tel. Ext: 379; Project Risk Assessment Approval Time: From 3.00 PM TO 6.00 PM)
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APPENDIX 2 – COURSE WORK 1 – MARKING RUBRICS
INTERIM PRESENTATION (20%)
Name of the Student: …………………………………………………………………………
Student Number: …………………………… Programme: ……………………..…………
Project Title: ……………………………………………………………………………………
Sl.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Marking Criteria
Submission of plan of action (Gantt Chart) for TP
phase and updates (if any) on the proposal and
coherence in project planning and preparedness for
the rest of the semester
Adherence to the project schedule, as given in the
Gantt Chart, to achieve the aim and objectives
Demonstration of clear understanding of the project
work completed so far, as evidenced by the
presentation on materials selection / design & analysis
/ modeling / programming / experimental set-up /
fabrication / simulation / data collection etc.
Performance in Question & Answer and session time
management
Efficient, Effective use of visual aids
Presentation structure, Etiquettes, Body languages,
Elocution etc.
Total
Maximum
Marks
Marks
Awarded
Comments
15
15
30
20
10
10
100
Remarks:
Name of the Evaluator:
Signature and Date:
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APPENDIX 3 – GUIDELINES FOR WRITING PROJECT REPORT
(An extract from GCU Honours Project Handbook)
The guidelines below indicate the format which the Project Report must comply with. Please read
this carefully.
Declaration by the Student: A certificate declaring the Originality and Ownership of the Project work
undertaken by the student must be attached following the title page. The Template of the certificate is
given in the Appendix 8.

The Project Report must be neatly typed using any word processing software package.

The length of the main body text should be between 10,000 and 14,000 words for Final
Report.
o
Paper: White A4 sheet, typed on only one side. Margin: Left 1.5”, top 1”, right 1” and
bottom 1”.

Typing :
o
Chapter Title: Impact (Upper Case), size 16, Aligned to left side ( e.g. CHAPTER 2
LITERATURE REVIEW )
o
Main Heading: Arial Bold, size 12 ( e.g. 1.1
Network Routing Protocols)
o
Sub Heading: Arial Bold, size 11 (e.g. 1.1.1 Dynamic Source Routing )
o
Body text: Arial, size 11, Colour: Black
o
The chapters will be designated by Numerics like CH APTER 1, CHAPTER 2 … etc. The sections
of a chapter will be numbered using decimal type notations, e.g., 3.2 refers to the second section of
chapter 3.
o
Figure and Table captions: Arial, size 11

Decimal type notations will be used for numbering the figures/photos, charts, tables and
drawings in a chapter (e.g. Figure 3.2 , Table 4.2 etc.)
o
The pages carrying the declaration, acknowledgement, abstract, contents, nomenclature,
list of tables, list of figures will be numbered by using one set of small roman numerical (i,
ii, iii…).
o
Footer: page numbers at the bottom right hand side – e.g. 29 – for page number 29 in the
report. Header: Chapter name & title in Arial, Italic, 9pt font on right side
o
Equations should also be numbered in decimal type notation within the brackets.
o
Appendixes will be numbered with capital Roman numerical, e.g. Appendix I, Appendix II
…..etc.

Paragraph alignments:
o
Paragraphs – justified
o
Line spacing – 1.5 line spacing
Report Structure
Report Contents to be arranged in the following sequence:
Title Page
As per specified format (As given in Appendix -8 / 9)
Declaration by the student
As per specified format (Appendix 6)
Agreement between Student and Staff on IPR of Final Year Project (Appendix 7)
Acknowledgement
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The acknowledgement by the candidate for successfully carrying out the project work
Abstract
It is the condensed version of the project, which contains aim, methods used, important results
obtained and major conclusions in a paragraph form. The write up should be self-contained
and list of references need not be there. The abstract should occupy maximum one page.
The bottom line should contain key words.
Table of Contents
The content shall follow the abstract and indicate the page numbers of the chapters, sections,
sub-sections, appendices and references. The number and titles of all the items must be clearly
entered with page numbers against them.
List of Tables
As per the specified format (Obtain from Blackboard)
List of Figures
As per the specified format (Obtain from Blackboard)
List of Symbols and Abbreviations
Nomenclature will follow the contents. Its purpose will be to define all the symbols,
abbreviations, Greek or Latin letters, superscripts etc.
CHAPTER 1 Introduction
Introduce the project problem; define the scope, aim and objectives of the investigations;
Linkage between Industrial Internship, Research methodology and Technical project, Chapter
summary.
CHAPTER 2 Literature Review
Describe the literature/Theory relevant to a fields or topic of the project; Chapter Summary. At
least 10 topics
CHAPTER 3, 4, 5.. Experimental Setup and Methodology
Deals with the experimental investigation carried out and methodology used. This chapter
should be detailed to give deep insights into the experimentation associated with the project
and must be the bulk of the report; Chapter Summary.
CHAPTER 6 Results and Discussions
Discuss, analyse, and interpret the results obtained; Chapter summary
CHAPTER 7 Conclusions
Present the conclusions based on the results
CHAPTER 8 Recommendations/Future Work
Give suggestions for future work based on conclusions
Reference Harvard (CCE Style) Find on the following link
http://coeportal.nu.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=693
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APPENDIX 4 – COURSE WORK 2–MARKING RUBRICS
FINAL PROJECT REPORT (60%)
Student Name: ……………………………………………………………………… Student Number: ……………………………………………….
Programme: ……………………………Project Title: …………………………………………………………………………………………………
Section
Abstract
OUTSTANDING
90% and above
EXCELLENT
80 – 89%
VERY GOOD
70-79%
GOOD
60-69%
Satisfactory
50-59%
FAIL
0-49%
Truly outstanding
abstract to be
recognized in all
aspects.
Exceptionally clear
abstract which covers
all the key points, wellstructured and well
written statement of the
study.
Solid abstract which
provides thorough
information about the
project and discusses
some of the key points
but could be written
tightly and shows room
for improvement.
Fairly complete
abstract which
provides enough
information but lacks
of focus.
Limited abstract
which provides
limited information
about aims,
objectives,
methodology and
main outcomes.
There is substantial
room for
improvement.
Weak abstract which
does not provide any
information about
aims, objectives,
methodology and main
outcomes.
Truly outstanding
Introduction &
literature review
Exceptionally
superior work in
interpreting the
outcome of the
literature review in
both content and
presentation
Exceptionally clear
introduction, wellstructured and
theoretically informed.
Wide range of literature
which demonstrate
good power of analysis
and interpretation.
Aims and objectives
are precise. Literature
review demonstrates
extensive reading and
solid coverage of the
literature. Knowledge
gaps or
inconsistencies of
previous studies are
identified leading to
Problem statement of
this project.
Clear aims and
objectives but could
be tighter. Clear
literature which
generally focused
and well written.
Aims and objectives
mentioned but poorly
explained. Limited in
depth to literature.
Research questions
were not clear.
Aims are unclear or
missing. No or few
useful objectives. Little
or no attempt to cover
the literature. No
research questions
identified from the
review.
Truly outstanding
methodology and
data collection and
interpretation to be
recognized in all
aspects- New
invention, novel
technology, new
idea worth applying
for patent.
Exceptionally high
ability and originality in
applying various
engineering skills. Use
of innovative and
intelligent methods.
Systematic, precise and
relevant data collection
and Interpretation.
Thorough
understanding of the
methodology. Sound
on possibilities and
limitations of the
methods. Useful and
thoroughly collected
data.
Some
understanding
shown of the
methodology. Fair
details and
explanation of the
methodology. Useful
data collection but
limited in quantity.
There is substantial
room for
improvement in terms
of the application of
engineering skills.
Lacks of details and
explanations of the
methodology. Limited
data collection.
Little understanding
shown of the
methodology. Commit
major mistakes in
choosing the important
and critical steps
towards obtaining final
results.
Marks
Out of
100%
Weightage
%
Final
Marks %
5%
Comments
Introduction &
literature
review
10%
Comments
Project
Methodology
Data collection
& Interpretation
25%
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Comments
Page 01/02
Section
Implementati
on, Testing,
Analysis and
discussion of
the results
OUTSTANDING
EXCELLENT
VERY GOOD
GOOD
Satisfactory
FAIL
90% and above
80 – 89%
70-79%
60-69%
50-59%
0-49%
Truly outstanding
implementation and
testing the system
producing all the
expected output.
Analysis and
discussion of the
results to be
recognized in all
aspects. results
critically analysed
Exceptionally good
implementation and
testing of the system
with powers of
analysis, discussion
and interpretation of
the results, inference
with adequate
referencing.
Soundness of
judgment.
Implemented the
system completely but
with partial output.
Sound analysis with
justification of the
results. Demonstrates
reading of literature to
support analysis.
Fair evidence of
implementation and
testing. Fair
understanding,
analysis and
discussion of the
results. Literature
review is fairly
reflected in the
analysis and
discussion of the
results.
Partial evidence of
system
implementation
without testing.
Limited
understanding,
analysis and
discussion of the
results. Lack of
sophistication of the
analysis. Generalised
analysis.
System is not
implemented/construct
ed/fabricated. Very
limited understanding,
analysis and discussion
of the results.
Truly outstanding
conclusions and
recommendations to
be recognized in all
aspects- novel
technology, new
idea worth applying
for patent.
Evidence of
excellent alternate
solutions and
appropriate
suggestions put
forward.
Exceptional set of
conclusions which are
linked back to aims and
objectives. Significant
recommendations
which inform policy or
further research.
Good coverage of the
outcomes which are
linked back to aims and
objectives.
Recommendations
relevant although could
be more in depth.
Conclusions and
recommendations
made with reference
to the analysis. Fair
reflection of the
objectives. Room for
improvement.
Limited conclusions
and
recommendations
and without
supporting analysis.
Limited reflection of
the objectives in the
conclusion.
Substantial room for
improvement.
Weak attempt at
concluding the work.
There is no reflection of
the objectives in the
conclusion. Few if any
recommendations.
Truly outstanding
report structure,
presentation,
grammar, citations
and referencing to
be recognized in all
aspects. Evidence
of excellent
communication
skills, clearly
presented report.
Exceptional report
structure and
formatting. Appropriate
use of data
presentation tools.
Robust and precise
citations and
referencing
conventions.
Solid structure and
presentation with minor
issues in formatting. No
grammar and spelling
issues. Good citations
and referencing
convention.
Logical structure.
Some issues in
formatting. Minor
grammar and
spelling issues.
Citations and
references included
but with imprecise
convention.
Substantial room for
improvement in terms
of structure,
formatting, data
presentation, spelling
and grammar. Fair
use of citations and
referencing with
formatting issues.
Poor report structure.
Inadequate data
presentation. Poor
grammar. Poor
citations and
referencing convention.
Mark
Out Of
100%
Weightage
%
30%
Comments
Conclusions
and
recommendat
ions
15%
Comments
Report
structure,
presentation,
grammar and
referencing
15%
Comments
Total Marks %
Name of the Evaluator:
Signature and Date:
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Page 02/02
Final
Mark
%
APPENDIX 5 – COURSE WORK 3 – MARKING RUBRICS
FINAL PRESENTATION (20%)
Name of the Student: …………………………………………………………………………
Student Number: …………………………… Programme: ……………………..…………
Project Title: ……………………………………………………………………………………
Sl.
No.
1
2
Marking Criteria
Clear evidence of accomplishing the project
objectives as evidenced in
(i)
Demonstration of the model / system /
simulation / programming / experimental
set-up / fabrication / data collection and
analysis etc.;
(ii)
Principle of operation / functionality /
execution;
(iii)
Innovation
and
Possibilities
of
commercialization.
(i)
Clear presentation of design steps /
modeling / algorithms etc,
(ii)
Results, critical analysis and inference
supported by technical explanations
(iii)
Use of appropriate data analysis tools like
graphs, charts, diagrams, screenshots etc.
Maximum
Marks
Comments
30
30
3
Performance in Question & Answer and Session
Time Management
20
4
Conclusions and recommendations made by the
student are appropriate and significant, based on
project outcomes demonstrated.
10
5
Presentation structure, Etiquettes, Body languages,
Elocution, Efficient, Effective use of visual aids
10
Total
Marks
Awarded
100
Remarks:
Name of the Evaluator:
Signature and Date:
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APPENDIX 6 – DECLARATION BY THE STUDENT
DECLARATION
I declare that this project report / dissertation titled ………………………………………. is my own
work and has not been submitted in any form for another degree or diploma at any university or other
institutions of tertiary education. Information derived from the published work of others has been
acknowledged in the text and a list of references is given. I am fully aware of the College’s policy on
plagiarism and cheating, and that the penalty for submission of plagiarized report could result in a
‘fail’ in Technical Project / Dissertation. I have submitted a copy of this full report in electronic form
to my supervisor.
Signature:
………………………..
Name:
………………………..
Date: …………….
Student Number:………………………..
______________________________________________________________________________
Certificate by the Supervisor
CERTIFICATE
The project report / dissertation titled ………………………………….. is the bonafide work of Mr./ Ms.
……………………………………………….., carried out under my supervision. I certify that the work
presented in the project report / dissertation is carried out by him / her, and that he / she has achieved
the set objectives of the project / dissertation. Information derived from the published work of others
has been acknowledged in the text and a list of references is given at the end of the report. I have
personally checked this final report for originality / plagiarism through the Safe Assign and, to the
best of my knowledge and belief, satisfied that the report is free from plagiarism.
Signature:
…………………………..
Name:
…………………………..
Date: …………….
Countersigned by HoD:…………………………….
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APPENDIX 7 – Agreement between Student and Staff on IPR of
Final Year Project
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Agreement between Student and Staff on IPR of Final Year Project
I am fully aware that, CoE recognizes that student, associated staff and CoE jointly own the IPR in any work
that we produce as part of our course of study/employment at CoE, since College resources and academic
expertise from College are utilized during this process. In this regard that
“I, Mr / Ms (Students Name) ……………………………………………………………………………………. declare that
research/Technical project carried out under the supervision of the faculty member (Supervisor Name)
……………………………………………………………………………..in the Department of ………………………
during my normal course study in the Semester (A /B) for the Academic year ……………… at CoE will abide
by the College IPR policy.
With regard to the revenue generated by that IP due to its commercialization; I do understand that I will be
treated and rewarded as per the CoE-Research policy. I agree to the terms and conditions that will be negotiated
depending on the conditions applicable for the commercialization of a particular project and agreed portion of
the total revenue (lump sum payment, royalty or any other form) accruing from the commercial exploitation of IP
jointly owned by me, associated staff and CoE shall be credited to CoE.
Student Name:
……………………
Signature & Date: ……………………
Project Supervisor Name:
……………………
Signature & Date:
……………………
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APPENDIX 8 – TITLE / FIRST PAGE (MIE)
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Session: 2022-23 Spring Semester
BENG (Honours) in Engineering
(Programme)
MHH124725: Technical Project Report
Project Title
:
Student Name
:
Student Number
:
Supervisor’s Name :
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APPENDIX 9 – TITLE / FIRST PAGE (ECE)
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Session: 2022-23 Spring Semester
BENG (Honours) in Engineering
(Programme)
MHH124725: Technical Project Report
Project Title
:
Student Name
:
Student Number
:
Supervisor’s Name :
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