Oct 15, 2019 | undergraduateprojecttopics |
Project Topics for Computer Science Students 1 amazing thing about final year projects is that it can boost or mar your overall CGPA. So it's best to try to make your project earn you nothing less than a B. This thread is dedicated to providing tips to assist undergraduates offering the particular course of computer science in any of our higher institutions of learning. Getting a Project Topic: Obviously, this is the first thing that certain should think of. But the problem is how to go about it. Many students will search the web, libraries or other resources looking for topics that they could use. Sadly, after a topic might have been found, many students fail to fully understand the purpose for which typically the project was intended for. They only get to discover this during their project defense when the examining Project Co-coordinator highlights this fact to them, but by then, its too late for excuses. The Marks are awarded... and its never a good Alpha. The thing about choosing a project title is that you should know what the title's all about! Only then can you begin to perform undergraduate research topics on it in the right dirction! Choose a title that is clear to you, that you understand. If its too Fuzy for you, forgo it and look for one you can explain in your sleep to your curious younger brother when woken up in 1: 00 am at night. Choosing the best topic for your Project Defense: Okay, so you've picked a topic. You understand the aims and objectives intuitively. Is there any thing else that you need to know that can help you decide if the topic you have chosen is the best one for you personally? Here's a tip. Choose a topic that will solve something in your immediate environment. That way you will get more marks as you are focusing on real-life issues in your society and you it will be viewed that you are using the knowledge gained from your soon-to-concluded-education to contribute to the developing uplifting of your immediate environment. Try not to choose a topic like: "An Adaptive Programming Model for Fault-Tolerant Distributed Computing" It may sound good and all but does it solve the immediate problems experience in a developing third world country like ours? The majority of the topics that we gather online come from sources which belong to the developed world. The developed Nations have conquer the issues of constant electricity, cheap and affordable internet services and a conducive environment for living. So the kind of project that their students will be solving will be research topics to discover new ways and algorithms for solving currently existing solved problems like the one in the topic I gave above: Already there are many Adaptive Programming Models in existence however this project seeks to create one that will over come the problems associated with the already existing models. This project is going to be of use to the environment of the Developed World, since almost every aspect of their society is based on the computer, hence it makes sense to produce models that will make them more fault tolerant so that they can function more efficiently. In many developing Nations like ours, where not really 2% of our society is based on the workings of the computer, of what real use will such a topic possess for us? Why seek to improve a model that is not even in operation in our immediate environment? We have to think of this when choosing subjects for our Final Year Projects. Now consider this topic: 'Online NAFDAC Registration and Verification Solution" Ever bought a medication and discovered that it did not work for you? Yet if you checked for the NAFDAC registration number you would see one. How could you be sure that the number wasn't just printed on the drug's container and is a fake one? Is there any way you can be sure the NAFDAC registration number you see is real? How can you verify that claim? Is there an easily accessible medium through which ordinary members of the public like you and I can check to see if a drug has been registered without going through tedious bureaucratic procedures? If the drug cannot be verified is there a way we can report the fake drug to NAFDAC? Looking at the above mentioned, we can clearly see that we have a problem predominant in our society that has yet to be solved. Why go perfecting codes and models when your people are in danger of consuming fake drugs-an issue that you can tackle with your acquired knowledge of computer technology? Now if you were a Nigerian Computer Science Professor and two students came up with their project titles, 1 the Model Improvement Title and the other, the NAFDAC Verification Title, which of the two titles would you think if implemented would aid the Nigerian society more? Your guess is as good as mine!