This is also the Chapter One of the project proposal. First, the student is expected to introduce his/her project by telling the reader what the project is about. Secondly, the the purpose of the project must be clear to inform the reader and other stakeholders why it is worthy undertaking the project. Finally, the student must demonstrate the rink between the project and the his/her degree requirements, this will tell what the author intends to accomplish. The writer of the proposal must first master the research topic and other parts of the proposal in order to write a good introduction.
It is ussually the second chapter of a proposal. It communicates the your topic to the reader and the supervisor. The student must research widely about the topic and gather all relevant information about the topic under study. This section includes the theories the student will use in the study. Literature Review must be done first to equip the writer with sufficient knowledge about the topic.
This is the third chapter of the Project Proposal, it is also known as the procidure. It should indicate how you will go about to achieve the results. This part includes the models to be used, the type of data to be used and how it will be collected, and how the results will be analysed and presented. A good procidure should emphasize on how your research will allow you to complete your project successfully.