PHD Research

PHD Guidance

Codeinfinity is a specialized Institute that delivers clear doctoral solutions to M. Tech and PHD. aspirants. Our Subject Matter Consultants help M. Tech and PHD students in there Complete PHD Research Project Completion Journey. We invite students to develop and significantly contribute to original research areas. We direct the students to identify the latest and unique research topics that encourage them to pursue their M. Tech and PHD./Research project with ease. We continuously motivate the students to do the research independently by providing the necessary tools & technologies. Codeinfinity, your best friend, your editor, and your search engine is there to take you to a new state-of-the-art research with a wealth of experience. We will identify a timeline for your work based on your deadline, and our experts will provide the support accordingly in a well-timed manner until the work is completed. Our business is to guide students to move beyond being passive recipients of knowledge to become knowledge builders, capable of creative and innovative solutions to problems.
Codeinfinity has an excellent team and researchers who will guide you with their best ideas by keeping in regular touch with you and informing about the recent research trends in Pune, Maharashtra. This program provides an opportunity for candidates to expand their capabilities in research, development and technical writing. We share our expertise to improve your knowledge and skill level to satisfy the university regulations. We work closely with research communities, identifying challenges, sharing findings, and continue exploring possibilities for the future and a variety of research directions. Till currently our Institute with success aided quite a thousand M Tech and M. Tech and PHD Students. Domains in which we provide research & analysis assistance are MATLAB, Data Mining, Network Security, Wireless Service Network, Cloud Computing, VANET, MANET, NS-2, Data analysis, Wireless communications, Networking, Signal Processing, Image Processing and soft computing with Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Neural Network and Optimization. We at Codeinfinity make it a point to provide high end guidance to the research students for whom creating a good research paper has become a mission in Pune, Maharashtra.
We have been an established and popular organization with an outstanding track record for the best scholar satisfaction in Pune, Maharashtra. We never ever compromised on the excellence and the services provided to the Student.

Our Team Work in Four Steps –

  • Preparing a research proposal
  • Carrying out a literature review
  • System Design and Implementation
  • Conducting research, Performance Analysis and collecting results
  • Producing an Journal Paper, Synopsis and Original thesis
Guidance available on the following domains.
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in MATLAB
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Data Mining
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Cloud Computing
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Network Security
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Wireless Service Network
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in VANET
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in MANET
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in NS-2
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Data analysis
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Wireless communications
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Networking
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Signal Processing
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Image Processing
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Machine Learning
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Artificial Intelligence
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Neural Network
  • M. Tech and PHD Guidance in Optimization

PHD Research Proposal

A PhD proposal is an outline of your proposed project that is designed to:
  • Define a clear question and approach to answering it
  • Highlight its originality and/or significance
  • Explain how it adds to, develops (or challenges) existing literature in the field
  • Persuade potential supervisors and/or funders of the importance of the work, and why you are the right person to undertake it
Research proposals may vary in length, so it is important to check with the department(s) to which you are applying to check word limits and guidelines. Generally speaking, a proposal should be around 3,000 words which you write as part of the application process.
What is the research proposal for?
Potential supervisors, admissions tutors and/or funders use research proposals to assess the quality and originality of your ideas, your skills in critical thinking and the feasibility of the research project. Research proposals are also used to assess your expertise in the area in which you want to conduct research, you knowledge of the existing literature (and how your project will enhance it). Moreover, they are used to assess and assign appropriate supervision teams. If you are interested in the work of a particular potential supervisor – and especially if you have discussed your work with this person – be sure to mention this in your proposal. We encourage you strongly to identify a prospective supervisor and get in touch with them to discuss your proposal informally BEFORE making a formal application, to ensure it is of mutual interest and to gain input on the design, scope and feasibility of your project. Remember, however, that it may not be possible to guarantee that you are supervised by a specific academic.
Crucially, it is also an opportunity for you to communicate your passion in the subject area and to make a persuasive argument about what your project can accomplish. Although the proposal should include an outline, it should also be approached as a persuasive essay – that is, as an opportunity to establish the attention of readers and convince them of the importance of your project.
Is the research proposal ‘set in stone’?
No. Good PhD proposals evolve as the work progresses. It is normal for students to refine their original proposal in light of detailed literature reviews, further consideration of research approaches and comments received from the supervisors (and other academic staff). It is useful to view your proposal as an initial outline rather than a summary of the ‘final product’.
Structuring a Research Proposal
Please check carefully with each department to find out whether a specific template is provided or required. In general, however, the following elements are crucial in a good research proposal:

1. Title

This can change, but make sure to include important ‘key words’ that will relate your proposal to relevant potential supervisors, funding schemes and so on. Make sure that your title goes beyond simply describing the subject matter – it should give an indication of your approach or key questions.
2. Aim and Objective
3. Synopsis
4. Background
In this section you should provide a short overview of your research and where it fits within the existing academic discourses, debates or literature. Be as specific as possible in identifying influences or debates you wish to engage with, but try not to get lead astray into a long exegesis of specific sources. Rather, the point is to sketch out the context into which your work will fit.
You should also use this section to make links between your research and the existing strengths of the department to which you are applying. Visit appropriate websites to find out about existing research taking place in the department and how your project can complement this.
If applying to multiple departments, be sure to tailor a unique proposal to each department – readers can tell if a proposal has been produced for ‘mass consumption’!
Be sure to establish a solid and convincing framework for your research in this section. This should include:
  • research questions (usually, 1-3 should suffice) and the reason for asking them
  • the major approach(es) you will take (conceptual, theoretical, empirical and normative, as appropriate) and rationale
  • significance of the research (in academic and, if appropriate, other fields)
5. Positioning of the research
This section should discuss the texts which you believe are most important to the project, demonstrate your understanding of the research issues, and identify existing gaps (both theoretical and practical) that the research is intended to address. This section is intended to ‘sign-post’ and contextualize your research questions, not to provide a detailed analysis of existing debates.
6. Research design & methodology
This section should lay out, in clear terms, the way in which you will structure your research and the specific methods you will use. Research design should include (but is not limited to):
  • The parameters of the research (ie the definition of the subject matter)
  • A discussion of the overall approach (e.g. is it solely theoretical, or does it involve primary/empirical research) and your rationale for adopting this approach
  • Specific aims and objectives (e.g. ‘complete 20 interviews with members of group x’)
  • A brief discussion of the timeline for achieving this
A well-developed methodology section is crucial, particularly if you intend to conduct significant empirical research. Be sure to include specific techniques, not just your general approach. This should include: kinds of resources consulted; methods for collecting and analyzing data; specific techniques (ie statistical analysis; semi-structured interviewing; participant observation); and (brief) rationale for adopting these methods.

7. Research design & methodology

Your references should provide the reader with a good sense of your grasp on the literature and how you can contribute to it. Be sure to reference texts and resources that you think will play a large role in your analysis. Remember that this is not simply a bibliography listing ‘everything written on the subject’. Rather, it should show critical reflection in the selection of appropriate texts.

PHD Process

1. Finding the right University
Find out the university rankings filtered by your subject of interest, analyze them and make your choice-list and Check the PHD Background of University and also find which subject are specialized in this university. Try to contact previous year Ph.D. students at the schools you’re interested in and get to know their information about the Ph.D. life inside the campus. Self-assess the environment and then apply for determination.
2. PhD registration
A Research synopsis has to be prepared for consultation with your proposed guide and shall be signed by both. The title of the Ph.D. thesis suggested by you should be such that no work of similar value has been done or is being done. A written text/interview or both are conducted depending on the institution you apply. You will be admitted once you pass the interview. The registered candidates undertake coursework, which shall be treated as a pre-PhD requirement. A student seeking admission to Ph.D. course shall apply on a prescribed form. The application form, duly filled in by the student in his own hand and with a passport-size photo affixed on it along with xerox copies of the documents listed below, must be sent to the Academic Section of the Institute. Admission to the Ph.D. degree course is open once in the year i.e.(September /October).
  • Migration Certificate (No objection certificate from the University last attended)
  • Passing/Degree certificate of the last qualifying degree examination
  • Mark-list of the last qualifying degree examination
  • Character certificate (from the head of the Institute from which the student has obtained his qualifying degree.
  • Documentary proof for date of birth
  • Gap certificate (if applicable)
  • Research Proposal *
  • No objection certificate from the employer (if employed)
Research Proposal shall consist of:
  • Current status of knowledge of the topic of research;
  • Aims of proposed research and methodology to be adopted;
  • Nature of the data to be collected;
    Proposed method of analysis and interpretation;
    Expected contribution to the knowledge of the subject; and
  • A detailed bibliography of the literature on the topic of research.
3. Identifying the Research Problem
Identifying the relevant research problem is significant in enabling the actual process of seeking solutions through researching. It has a major influence on the successful completion of the Ph.D.
Here are a few guidelines for the selection for Research topic for M Tech and PhD Thesis:
  • It’s almost impossible to come up with a completely new idea. Every discovery or research depends on existing methodologies or technology. The existing technology or theory can be revolved in an innovative way to make it applicable for the new problem.
  • For the research you must be choose a precise subject i.e. MATLAB, Data Mining, Cloud Computing etc. Read some standard papers from IEEE journals, Springer, IJRASET, UGC Approved Journals and many reputed International Journals to find about the work going on in the topic selected by you.
  • Be aware of the resources and tools you have for your research.
  • Never sit and wait for one specific idea, instead gather several ideas no matter if this look likes to be crazy at first. Once you are opted with a number of ideas you have to select a precise out of those. Collect fine data before going for implementation and facilitate yourself with the resources in the main phase that you are going to use in the implementation.
  • Consider multiple thoughts for the topic selection for your M Tech and PhD thesis eliminate the out-of-dated after studying the research papers and go for the unique one before initiating the implementation. PhD research is the utmost level of educational research conducted in universities and institutes throughout the World. The results from the research have to be unique for PhD research.
4. Literature Survey
The literature review surveys the existing work on the topic of your research. Its purpose is to provide the reader with the current state of your research field and to critically evaluate existing literature. Conduct a comprehensive bibliographic search of books and articles in your area. Read the abstracts online and download and/or print those articles that pertain to your area of research. Find books in the library that are relevant and check them out. Set a specific time frame for how long you will search.
The main objectives are to:
  • To Identify the contributions of the existing research in a particular context to understand the topic.
  • To determine the originality of the research contributions in the perspective of current literature.
  • Categorizing the contributions, determining the similarity, variations, and the relationship of each work.
  • To identify the research proposals to avoid duplication of work
  • To point out the research gaps and proposing new ideas for further research
  • Pick a topic
  • Find your way in
  • History, people & ideas
  • Find the world-changing literature
  • Get specific
  • Filter
  • Filter again
  • Use other people’s bibliographies
  • Get to know the big players
  • Make sure your research idea is original
  • Write about ideas
  • Remember, you aren’t writing a textbook
  • Vary the detail
  • Don’t cite anything
  • Get experience
6. Implementation
  • Identifying the tools and technologies to solve a research problem
  • Requirements Analysis
  • System Analysis and Design
  • System Implementation and Testing
  • Performance Analysis and Evaluation
  • Results
7. Paper Writing
Paper writing is a formal presentation of the research work to expose your great ideas. A paper publication in a reputed journal is a compulsory process to gain Ph.D. Paper writing needs language and presentation skills to convey the process precisely. A simple and readable writing improves the chance of acceptance dramatically.
8. Paper Submission and Review revisions
Once the manuscript is submitted and the candidate has to wait for the response from the editor and reviewers.
Ensure the following to the reviewers:
  • Your paper contains sufficient interesting new material
  • Something is challenging in your work
  • It is presented concisely and well organized
  • You have provided solutions to some difficult problems
  • The methods and experiments are presented such that they can be replicated again
  • Results are presented adequately
  • The discussion is relevant, concise and well-documented
  • The level of the language is acceptable
  • Figures and tables are adequate and well-designed
9. Thesis Writing
A thesis is a complete document prepared in a prescribed format to present the research findings of a candidate to qualify for the Ph.D. degree. The quality of the research, the minimum duration of the program, and requirements for completion varies considerably depending on the university. The thesis submission should be approved by the supervisor and doctoral committee. The examiners approved by the University assess the quality of the thesis for the award of Ph.D.