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Are you feeling physically or mental exhausted with your daily academic work, or experiencing high levels of stress? You can relax as this is a part and parcel of any PhD course and cannot be avoided. This is not to suggest that PhD stress is not real and damaging to your personal well-being, but to make you aware that you are not the only one experiencing it. At the same time, you must not ignore the warning signs of stress…

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Most PhD students spend years of hard work in preparing and researching for their selected PhD project. Most of them also fall short when it comes to presenting the project thesis that can convey the depth of their research and their individual contribution to the solution of the original problem. In addition to its details, the PhD thesis must be able to state the problem with clarity, review the existing solutions to the problem, provide a critical analysis of the…

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A majority of reports indicates that over 89% of research candidates find it difficult to decide if their research requires a conceptual framework or not. Are you fighting the same battle? If yes, then this article will surely help you out! The conceptual framework is an essential ingredient for your research. It provides a glance on researcher’s synthesis of literature on how to explain a phenomenon. The requirement of a ‘Conceptual Framework’ depends on the type of research. But before…

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Your relationship with your supervisor can be a deal-breaker in the academic world – that is, it can take your work up to the next level of success or it can prevent even your best work from getting its due credit. But how can that be? Isn’t the work you produce more important than the relationships you maintain? The truth is, it is just as significant to ensure that you and your supervisor agree to the various aspects of research….

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