A One-Day Webinar was organized by Ryan Publishers on 05th of September 2020 from 05:00 pm onwards. The topic of this session was “EASY WAY TO WRITE A RESEARCH PAPER,” and the speaker was Dr. Benuprasad Sitaula, an academic dignitary from Nepal. He has served as an International Executive Officer in Eudoxia Research Centre, India, as an Education Officer in DVM Educational Charitable Society, New Delhi, India. He has also been the Principal of Nepal DVM Global Academy, Nepal, as well as a Postgraduate Lecturer in Janata Multiple Campus Itahari, Nepal.
A research paper is a piece of academic writing which provides the basis for analysis, interpretation, and argument based on in-depth independent research. Research Papers are similar to academic essays, but they are usually longer and more detailed assignments, designed to access not only our writing skills but also the skills of scholarly research. Writing a Research Paper requires the demonstration of a strong knowledge of the topic, to engage with a variety of sources, and the capability to make a genuine contribution to the debate.
About the Webinar:-
The session conducted was both informative and insightful. Dr. Benuprasad was completely outspoken and humble. He requested one of our participants to introduce themselves on the professional front. Participants were made aware of the procedure and techniques to be employed while writing a Research Paper. The topic of discussion visualized via slides was categorized into several meaningful heads and subheads. In addition to that, precise contents were used so that the beginners could see through the topic being discussed. The presentation slides were prepared in a simple format style, and they served the purpose very well.
- Meaning of research, What and how to write a research paper, advantages of writing a research paper
- A general outline of research paper
- Title & Affiliation
- Abstract and Keywords
- Literature Review
- Result and Discussion
- Tenses used in different Topics
- Factors to be considered while making Outlines in a research paper
- Summary and Outline
- Result Vs. Discussion
- Website Article with Author(s), usage of the APA format 7th edition
- Bifurcation of Summary and Outline into three main heads
- Preliminary Section
- Main Body