Writing an impressive research title is very important for getting the readers attracted to your research paper or thesis. In my previous post, I had come up with few tips on framing an impressive and appealing research title.
Writing a good research title starts with developing a working title, subtitle and keywords, while keeping the focus and scope in mind. In this post, I have provided a Task Sheet for working on your research title. Use the Task Sheet to come up with a compelling and attractive research title.
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Here is an Example for writing a good Research Title:
Area of Research Interest – Emotional Intelligence and its influence on Resilience
Focus – the aim is to find whether emotional intelligence influences resilience among final year residential engineering students from different colleges in Singapore
Method – Comparative Analytical study
Scope – Target group / Place – final year residential engineering students from eight colleges in Singapore
Working Title – An Investigation to Examine the Influence of Emotional Intelligence on Resilience among Final Year Residential Engineering Students from Eight Colleges in Singapore
Subtitle – A Comparative Analytical Study in Singapore
Identify Keywords – emotional intelligence, resilience, comparative analytical study, final year residential engineering students, eight colleges, Singapore
Go back to your Working Title & Subtitle and revise the title using the keywords
A Comparative Analytical study to investigate the Influence of Emotional Intelligence on Resilience among final year Residential Engineering Students from Eight Colleges in Singapore
What do you get? Too lengthy, wordy, and dull title; no subtitle
Revise the above title to make a concise and focused title
Influence of Emotional Intelligence on Resilience among Residential Engineering Students in Singapore – A Comparative Analysis
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