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Advanced Nature Analytical Litigation Yielding Systematic Information Study

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Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Internship Information


Roles: Research comes under the D2 department of the organisation. Under the  D2 department the other services are:


  • Development

  • Designing

  • Product

  • Content

  • Support

  • Staff


Responsibilities: A research intern at A Plan By Consultants is responsible for:


  • Conducting multiple case studies of different services offered by the organisation.

  • Assisting other departments with preliminary research work for blogs, case studies, etc.

  • Assisting the mentor with preliminary research.


Work Structure: The internship is a mentor based internship, where every evening all interns are supposed to be on call with the mentor for group sessions as well as department based one to one sessions. The mentor provides the intern with weekly and fortnightly tasks which the intern is preferably supposed to complete in the given time frame. The mentor is available for doubts during the working hours and helps the intern out in the best of his/her capacity.


Time Frame: The internship working hours for every individual in the Indian team of the organisation are 7:00 PM to 1:30 AM IST. There are two available slots of working. Those are:


  • All Weekdays: The intern is supposed to work from 7:00 PM to 1:30 AM IST from Monday to Friday

  • 3 Weekdays, Saturday and Sunday: The intern is supposed to work on 3 weekdays from 7:00 PM to 1:30 AM IST and from 12 PM to 6 PM IST on Saturdays and Sundays.


The total duration of the internship is a total of either 3 months or 6 months subject to the availability of the intern.

CHAPTER 1


Introduction


Research is the systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.

Research is "creative and systematic work undertaken to increase the stock of knowledge". It involves the collection, organization, and analysis of information to increase understanding of a topic or issue. A research project may be an expansion on past work in the field.

The main purpose of Research is to gain further insights into already known topics or understand new things about a totally new topic. In every aspect of life Research holds a significant role. It is only after research and investigation of a topic, the task can be carried on. A research not only provider with insights and analysis into a topic, that particular research can be helpful for the organisation/People in general in the long run.


The Role of a Research Intern


The basic role of a Research Intern is to work on case study of different service sectors of the organisation, apart from working on case studies, a Research Intern also is responsible for providing research insights to all departments of the organisation in general. Research interns also are supposed to work on projects, thesis, patents along with other presentation work. These works can be published in journals,etc.

Essential job activities seen on a Research Intern resume sample are assisting staff with research tasks, helping with information management, drafting documents, and completing other tasks as required by supervisors. Most Research Interns are final year students or fresh graduates.


1.1     Why is Research Important?


  • The purpose of research is to inform action. Thus, your study should seek to contextualize its findings within the larger body of research. Research must always be of high quality in order to produce knowledge that is applicable outside of the research setting.


  • Research involves significant study of a phenomena which could be used for information gathering or theory testing. Either way, Research provides key insights into a lot of things which can be used for the benefit of the organisation.


1.2    Types


Types and Categories based on them


Industry, Institute and Individual


  • Research is categorised according to the needs of Individuals, Institutes and Industries


Academic Research


  • Categorised into:

  • Projects

  • Research Papers

  • Thesis

  • Patents

  • Others


Standard and Dynamic


  • Reports based on Standard research and dynamic research


Practicality of Research

  • Research can be theoretical or practical depending on need.


1.2.1 Classification of Research on the basis of Individual, Institute and Industry


Research could be needed by anyone among individual institutes and industry regardless of anything.


  • Individual: A research can be conducted by an individual for their own purposes in the form of projects and case studies. A research is conducted either to discover something new or to consolidate or take insights from an already existing research. Individuals once they complete their research can publish it in research journals, magazines, etc.


  • Institute: An institute would conduct research particularly for the purposes of innovation and development.Usually, Colleges, schools and other educational institutes create thesis, projects and patents.


  • Industry: Industries in a competitive market tend to outsmart each other to gain more and more market share. This can be achieved by means of publishing patents where they can firmly conclude that the product is theirs, which gives them a stake in the market. Hence, Research is very important in the industry perspective. Apart from that, in industries, research could be conducted for other factors as well, such as surveys to get to general customer opinion about a product or a service.


1.2.2 Classification on the basis of Academic Research


  • Under Academic research, research is divided into Projects, thesis and Patents.


Project: Simply put, a project is a series of tasks that need to be completed in order to reach a specific outcome. A project can also be defined as a set of inputs and outputs required to achieve a particular goal. A project is taken up by an individual usually at the bachelor’s level. At the end of Undergraduation, every student is supposed to submit a project.


The format of a project is


  • Project should be addressed to the reader: A project is written by the individual for another reader and hence it should be addressed to the reader.


  • Project should be structured: One thing all reports should have in common is a form of structure. Ideally, an individual should organize information into different segments so that your reader can identify relevant sections and quickly refer back to them later on. Common sections include a background or abstract to explain the project’s purpose and a final summary of the document’s contents.


  • Project should be backed up with Data: A good project must be backed by data. Charts, Graphs, Statistics increase the credibility of the project.


  • Facts should be separated from opinions: An opinion is a person’s individual perspective, which may or may not be true whereas, facts are backed by data, numbers and statistics which represent the truth. Hence, facts are always true and should be preferred over individual opinions in a project.


  • Project should be Concise: A project by definition is smaller in comparison to thesis and patents and must therefore be concise and to the point, it should not breach its extent.


Research Paper: A research paper is an essay in which you explain what you have learned after exploring your topic in depth. In a research paper, you include information from sources such as books, articles, interviews, and Internet sites. You also use your own ideas, knowledge, and opinions.


Format of a Research Paper


  • Title: It tells the reader about the concept or gives them the idea of what they will read.


  • Abstract: It is the summary of the research paper. It is as important as the title as the reader can get to know the crux of the research.


  • Materials/Methods/Body: This section includes the main content of the research paper.


  • Discussion and Limitations of the research paper should also be mentioned.


  • Acknowledgements and References should be provided, which mentions the sources of the research


  • Tables and Figures and Bibliography should be mentioned towards the end.


Thesis: A thesis is a long piece of writing on a particular subject, especially one that is done for a higher college or university degree. Thesis is a piece of writing involving original study of a subject. A thesis is a study that is presented while defending an individual’s project which is centered around their main idea of study. A thesis is presented at a higher graduation level like PhD or masters. Only upon successful presentation of a thesis do the students get their degree or doctorate.

The thesis is one of the most important concepts in college expository writing. A thesis sentence focuses your ideas for the paper; it's your argument or insight or viewpoint crystallized into a sentence or two that gives the reader your main idea.


Format of a Thesis


  • Abstract

  • Table of Contents

  • List of tables

  • Main body

  • Conclusion

  • Nomenclature

  • Bibliography.


Patent: A patent is the granting of a property right by a sovereign authority to an inventor. This grant provides the inventor exclusive rights to the patented process, design, or invention for a designated period in exchange for a comprehensive disclosure of the invention.

The exclusive right granted by a government to an inventor to manufacture, use, or sell an invention for a certain number of years. an invention or process protected by this right. an official document conferring such a right; letters patent.


There are 3 types of patents:


  • Utility Patents: A utility patent is a patent that covers the creation of a new or improved—and useful—product, process, or machine. A utility patent, also known as a “patent for invention,” prohibits other individuals or companies from making, using, or selling the invention without authorization.


  • Design Patents: A design patent is a form of legal protection of the unique visual qualities of a manufactured item. A design patent may be granted if the product has a distinct configuration, distinct surface ornamentation or both.


  • Plant Patents: A plant patent is granted to an inventor (or the inventor's heirs or assigns) who has invented or discovered and asexually reproduced a distinct and new variety of plant, other than a tuber propagated plant or a plant found in an uncultivated state.


This is how a patent is issued in the USA. A similar structure is followed around the world for issuing patents.


1.2.3 Classification on the basis of standard and dynamic research


Standard Research


A standard research is an orthodox way of conducting research where the research is extremely theoretical in nature. The ‘tree’ of research in a standard research keeps growing exponentially and traditionally it can go on and on with no restrictions.


Dynamic Research


A dynamic research is a modern form of research which is more reader friendly in comparison to Standard Research as it is contained to a limited number of pages and usually contains charts, graphs, tables and statistics which are more concise to read.


1.2.4 Classification based on Theoretical Research and Practical Research:


Theoretical Research


A Theoretical Research is a basic theoretical research whose purpose is:

  • Seek Generalisation

  • Aim at Basic Processes

  • Attempt to explain why things happen

  • Try to get all facts

  • Report in the technical language of the subject.


Practical Research


Practical Research is also known as Quantitative method of research, which:


  • Is numerical, non-descriptive, applies statistics or mathematics and uses numbers.

  • Is an iterative process whereby evidence is evaluated.

  • The results are often presented in tables and graphs.

  • Is conclusive.

  • Investigates the what, where and when of decision making.


CHAPTER 2


In the following chapter, we will see the requirements for research, how actually a research is conducted and much more.


2.1 Requirement of  Research


  • Research is needed because of questions. The purpose of Research is to answer questions, to find answers to everlasting questions and to find solutions to those questions. Research is a tool by which they can test their own, and each others' theories, by using this antagonism to find an answer and advance knowledge.

  • The purpose of research is really an ongoing process of correcting and refining hypotheses, which should lead to the acceptance of certain scientific truths. Without Research, all questions in human life would remain unanswered and hence, Research along with implementation of findings of Research which is called Development is the most important aspect of any organisation and humanhood.


2.1.1  What is needed before a Research


Before a Research is conducted, there are some prerequisites. Those prerequisites are:


  • Problem Statement/Purpose: Before a research is conducted, the most important fact is to know the problem statement or the purpose of the research. Only when the researcher is aware of the problem statement, can the researcher come to a correct conclusion.


  • Relevant Sources and Data: Having the correct data and resources are very important in conducting a research. If the data and the resources, which are the standing ground of the research are not accurate, the research does not remain valid.


  • Data Management: The researcher must be proficient with managing data as research reports tend to grow exponentially and if the data isn’t managed properly there are expected to be a lot of errors in the research report.


  • Others: Apart from the above mentioned factors, there are more smaller factors such as proper oversight, regulation and compliance from authorities which are necessary before starting a research.


2.1.2   What is needed during a research?


  • There are multiple things a researcher must keep in mind while doing their research. The biggest problem researchers face while doing their research is the Exponential Growth the research can have. When the research starts getting bigger, it starts losing the main point of the research and can have unrelated information. Hence, it is very important for researchers to contain the growing tree of the research.


  • A researcher should be mindful of the correctness of the data which is used to make inferences in a research. Since, if the data is incorrect, the research becomes redundant.


  • One of the most important factors in human life is time management. A researcher should manage time efficiently to do a proper research


2.1.3  What is needed after a research?


  • One of the most important things to do after a research is to verify whether what has been done in a research is correct. Making sure the analysis is correct is very essential after a research.


  • What makes a research efficient is when there is some feedback from other people, as a single person can make a tiny error but when it has received feedback from other individuals it is usually correct.


  • A researcher must be able to convince other readers by the means of presentation. Hence, it is essential for a researcher to display the results of the research findings efficiently to other people.


  • However big a report might be, it should be made into a concise summary by the researcher as it becomes easy to read and any individual should be able to read the crux of the research report in an efficient way. Creating a precise summary of the research is very important and is considered good practice in research too.


2.2   What and How?


In this section, we will see WHAT should one do in a research and HOW the Research must be conducted. It is very important for an individual to know what they should be researching and the most important part is How they must proceed about it.


2.2.1 What to Research?


  • What a researcher must research on depends on the topic. They should try making the study of the research as relevant as possible and most researches should focus on making the research and its findings more understandable to the common man rather than making it very complex so that it is inferred by a small sector of the population.


  • A research should be conducted on relevant topics to the organisation or humanhood and the biggest factor should be to go about a proper method for research. A research report is a formal document and must be in a proper worldwide recognised format so that it can be read and interpreted universally rather than it being valid only to a small sector.


In general the following few are the ways in which people can decide about what to research:


  • Brainstorm for ideas: A researcher must brainstorm ideas along with other people to come up to a general consensus and a suitable topic.


  • Choose a topic that will enable you to read and understand the literature.


  • ensure that the topic is manageable and that material is available, a research is practically feasible if there is data related to the research available. If a researcher takes up a topic around which data isn’t available, the research becomes very difficult.


  • Make a list of keywords as keywords are essential in summarising the research report.


  • A person should be flexible while conducting research as there could be contrasting data about the same topic, it is important for the researcher to be knowledgeable and flexible about the topic.


  • Define your topic as a focused research question.


  • Research and read more about your topic. The more a person reads about a particular, the better the research becomes.


2.2.2   How to Research?


Once the researcher decides what to research, another important question for the researcher is to decide how to go about the research.

The following steps outline a simple and effective strategy for writing a research paper. Depending on your familiarity with the topic and the challenges you encounter along the way, you may need to rearrange these steps.


Identify and develop your topic


Selecting a topic can be the most challenging part of a research assignment. Since this is the very first step in writing a paper, it is vital that it be done correctly. Here are some tips for selecting a topic


  • Select a topic within the parameters set by the assignment. Many times your instructor will give you clear guidelines as to what you can and cannot write about. Failure to work within these guidelines may result in your proposed paper  being deemed unacceptable by your instructor.


  • Select a topic of personal interest to you and learn more about it. The research for and writing of a paper will be more enjoyable if you are writing about something that you find interesting.


  • Select a topic for which you can find a manageable amount of information. Do a preliminary search of information sources to determine whether existing sources will meet your needs. If you find too much information, you may need to narrow your topic; if you find too little, you may need to broaden your topic.


  • Be original. Your instructor reads hundreds of research papers every year, and many of them are on the same topics (topics in the news at the time, controversial issues, subjects for which there is ample and easily accessed information). Stand out from your classmates by selecting an interesting and off-the-beaten-path topic.


  • Still can't come up with a topic to write about? See your instructor for advice.


Once you have identified your topic, it may help to state it as a question. For example, if you are interested in finding out about the epidemic of obesity in the American population, you might pose the question "What are the causes of obesity in America ?" By posing your subject as a question you can more easily identify the main concepts or keywords to be used in your research.


Do a preliminary search for information


  • Before beginning your research in earnest, do a preliminary search to determine whether there is enough information out there for your needs and to set the context of your research.

  • Look up your keywords in the appropriate titles in the library's Reference collection (such as encyclopedias and dictionaries) and in other sources such as our catalog of books, periodical databases, and Internet search engines.

  • Additional background information may be found in your lecture notes, textbooks, and reserve readings. You may find it necessary to adjust the focus of your topic in light of the resources available to you.


Locate materials


  • With the direction of your research now clear to you, you can begin locating material on your topic. There are a number of places you can look for information

  • A Keyword search can be performed if the subject search doesn't yield enough information. Print or write down the citation information (author, title,etc.) and the location (call number and collection) of the item(s). Note the circulation status. When you locate the book on the shelf, look at the books located nearby; similar items are always shelved in the same area. The Aleph catalog also indexes the library's audio-visual holdings.

  • Use search engines and subject directories to locate materials on the Internet.


Evaluate your sources


  • Your reader expects that you will provide credible, truthful, and reliable information and you have every right to expect that the sources you use are providing the same. This step is especially important when using Internet resources, many of which are regarded as less than reliable.


Make notes


  • Consult the resources you have chosen and note the information that will be useful in your paper. Be sure to document all the sources you consult, even if there is a chance you may not use that particular source. The author, title, publisher, URL, and other information will be needed later when creating a bibliography.


Write your paper


Begin by organizing the information you have collected. The next step is the rough draft, wherein you get your ideas on paper in an unfinished fashion. This step will help you organize your ideas and determine the form your final paper will take. After this, you will revise the draft as many times as you think necessary to create a final product to turn in to your instructor.


Proofread


  • The final step in the process is to proofread the paper you have created. Read through the text and check for any errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Make sure the sources you used are cited properly. Make sure the message that you want to get across to the reader has been thoroughly stated.


  • Here, we have seen in this section about what and how can we conduct research and go about with the process of Research.


CHAPTER 3


In this chapter of the report, we will see about the pros and cons of conducting a research. In reality, research is an academic process and there aren’t really any cons in conducting research.


3.1  Benefits of conducting a research


The benefits/pros of conducting research are


  • Self-learning, perhaps the biggest benefit one person can get out of research is self learning. By indulging in the depth of research, the researcher learns the most.


  • Deeper understanding of the subject. Since a research is a deep study, the researcher too gets a deeper understanding of the subject of the research.


  • Finding out important things connected to the topic of research. Usually while researching. The individual learns about related concepts too.


  • Finding out the fallacies that exist related to the topic of research. In our minds, usually there are multiple misconceptions about a lot of information. By means of a thorough study, those misconceptions and fallacies can be eliminated.


  • Understanding the media biases surrounding the subject and false claims around the subject.


  • Research gives you the ability to form a stance on the subject and take sides, it makes the individual informed about the concept to such an extent that they can have a strong opinion about the same.


  • It helps one find flaws in other people's research (secondary sources) so that you can add to it.


  • Helps you to connect with the nature, habitat, ecosystem, connectors of the subject.


  • Expands your views about individuals related to the subject being researched, since there is a lot of in depth study of the topic being researched upon.


3.2 Disadvantages/Cons of Research


Research is academic work, it is only for the purpose of enhancing knowledge and information and hence in case of learning etc there aren’t any disadvantages of conducting Research.


3.3 Tools Utilised in Research


Research, whether scientific, social or literary in nature, requires access to relevant and credible information. Researchers use a variety of methods to obtain information, such as through research journals, the Internet and from interviewing people. Researchers may seek out secondary information, information acquired through other studies and from other researchers, or they use methods to obtain primary resources such as questionnaires and statistical data.

Hence, the different tools utilised in research are:


  • Internet: The Internet is an invaluable resource of information. The Internet consists of millions upon millions of pages and websites dedicated to dispersing information. It is constantly updated, which makes information obtained from the Internet the most up-to-date. The Internet covers information on every topic available. Libraries and research journals publish research information online, making it accessible from any location. According to the Florida Center for Instructional Technology, one of the biggest obstacles researchers face with the Internet is the plethora of information. Such vast resources make it difficult for researchers to sift through to find the most relevant and credible resources. It is a task for researchers to select what information to keep and what to not keep from the huge database.


  • Libraries: The Internet has not yet replaced libraries, books, journals and other critical publications. Libraries provide the most direct method to obtaining relevant and credible research materials. Library search engines and databases provide materials that pertain to the subject the researcher wants information about. The biggest downfall with libraries and the resources contained within libraries is that the information does not always reflect current opinions and studies, whereas the Internet most likely will as the internet is constantly updated.


  • Questionnaires and Surveys: Surveys and questionnaires provide social researchers with quantifiable information. Information is obtained through face-to-face interviews, anonymous response surveys or questionnaires or via telephone, computerized kiosks or email. Researchers administer surveys and questionnaires to target groups to get specific information within a specified period of time. This type of research tool is effective in finding out cultural attitudes and opinions in particular regions or towns, where research journals may not have specific and accurate information.


  • Statistics and Data Analytics: Statistics and Data Analytics are one of the most imperative tools for research. The main task of the researcher is to make inferences from the research which can be done effectively through good Data Analytics.Information obtained from questionnaires and surveys can be compiled into statistics. Once compiled into statistical data, researchers can devise theories and look for patterns that may explain or confirm their research.


CHAPTER 4


In this section of the report, we will see the different client types which need research and the service providers who provide research insights and analytics to the clients.


4.1     Clients types for research


Clients in general are distributed into Individual, Industry and Institute. Individuals refers to single people who would need research for their personal or professional use.

Institutes conduct research for educational purposes majorly, usually colleges indulge heavily in the field of research for the purpose of exploration and education. Industries compete in a very tight market and hence they conduct extensive research in their respective fields for greater market research, patents etc so that they can increase their revenue.


Clients and Research Purpose


Individual


  • Tool for enhancing knowledge

  • Means to understand various issues

  • A way to know facts and truths and eliminate lies

  • Nourishment and exercise of the mind

  • A seed to writing, analyzing information


Institute


  • Particularly done for educational purposes and to gain knowledge as students

  • Done in the form of projects, research papers and thesis


Industry


  • Serves as a guidepost for strategic decisions

  • Internally at companies, it gets everyone on the same page, both veterans and newcomers alike, by providing a common data set from which everyone can draw.

  • Providing industry benchmarks against which a company’s key performance indicators can be compared.

  • Dispelling myths and providing ammunition for fighting back against misstatements by industry critics.

  • Bringing a mission-critical understanding of the general public’s feelings and opinions on matters ranging from the personal service they get in the traditional retail environment to their trust of the direct selling industry as a whole.


4.2  Service Providers in Research


  • There are different service providers in research for different purposes. Under Individual, single individuals conducting research are considered as research providers.

  • Under Institutes, the colleges and other educational institutes can be considered as research providers

  • Under Industries, different organisations like KPMG, Goldman Sachs and other firms have dedicated research and analytics departments in their organisations which conduct research for their organisation related stuff as well for external clients for different purposes.


CHAPTER 5


In this section, we will see the different softwares that are utilised for the purpose of Research and Development.


5.1    Different softwares used


For the purpose of both research and development multiple softwares can be used. In this section, we will see different softwares used in:


5.1.1 Research


Softwares and Functionalities


REF-N-WRITE


  • Real time cross referencing: Performs search and consolidates similar arguments and statements made in reference materials in real time. This happens when the user cites their work

  • Text snippets from Previous Documents, the user can simply copy and paste and cite reference.

  • Language and Paraphrasing ideas: It has 20,000 academic templates and phrases to refine the research document.

  • Writing Ideas: Allows users to use and learn from other peer documents and take reference for their own research.


Google Scholar


  • Searches all scholarly literature from one convenient place

  • Explores related works, citations, authors, and publications

  • Locates the complete document through your library or on the web

  • Keeps up with recent developments in any area of research

  • Checks who's citing your publications, creates a public author profile.


Research Gate


  • Shares publications, accesses millions of research papers and publishes credible data

  • Helps connect with different collaborators, colleagues, co authors, etc.

  • Gets Stats and lets the reader know about who is reading their work.

  • Helps researchers ask questions, get answers and solve research problems

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  • Using the Job Board feature, users can find jobs pertaining to their domain of research.

  • Users can share updates about their research and can keep themselves updated with ongoing research.


Microsoft Suite


  • Microsoft Suite provides analytics tools as well as writing tools.

  • Microsoft Word provides a writing tool, where users can write their research

  • Microsoft Excel is a data management software, wherein users can work with tabulated data and perform analytics and make inferences.

  • Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation tool where users can present their findings.


5.1.2  Development


Software and Functionality


Google Developers Services


Different products offered by Google Developers are:


  • Android

  • Cloud

  • Firebase

  • Flutter

  • Google Assistant

  • Maps Platform

  • Tensor Flow

  • Web

  • YouTube


Visual Studio


  • Visual studio allows the User to code, develop, edit, debug and test

Amazon Developer Services


Amazon Developer Services include:


  • Alexa: Allows the user to Build natural voice experiences that offer customers a more intuitive way to interact with technology


  • Amazon Appstore: Allows the user to Develop Android apps and games for Amazon Fire TV, Fire tablet, and mobile platforms


  • Amazon Dash Replenishment: Allows the user to Build Amazon reordering experiences into your devices


  • Amazon Web Services: Find tools, documentation, and sample code to build applications in your favorite language


Python


Python is an interpreted, high-level and general-purpose programming language.


Python's design philosophy emphasizes code readability with its notable use of significant whitespace.


Different compilers of Python are:


  • Jetbeans

  • Pycharm

  • Jupyter

  • Anaconda

  • Others


C/C++


C++ is a general-purpose programming language created by Bjarne Stroustrup as an extension of the C programming language, or "C with Classes".


Different C++ Compilers are:


  • Dev C++

  • MINGW/GCC

  • Borland C++

  • Intel C++

  • Codeblock

  • Visual C++

  • Clang

  • Others


Java


Java is a set of computer software and specifications developed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems, which was later acquired by the Oracle Corporation, that provides a system for developing application software and deploying it in a cross-platform computing environment.


Different Java Compilers are:


  • IntelliJIdea

  • Netbeans

  • Jdeveloper

  • Android Studio

  • Others


5.1.3  Design


Software and Functionality


WIX


Wix.com Ltd. is an Israeli software company, providing cloud-based web development services. It allows users to create HTML5 websites and mobile sites through the use of online drag and drop tools.


Different features under WIX are:


  • Corvid by WIX, which gives templates, Rapid Visual Front end design, Unified Database Management, IDE and DevOps, open platform and others.


  • WIX Editor: There are 500+ design templates. It has

  • Various Templates

  • Total Design Freedom for the user

  • Industry leading SEO

  • Mobile Optimized

  • Advance Design Features

  • Others


Adobe Photoshop


Adobe Photoshop is a raster graphics editor developed and published by Adobe Inc. for Windows and macOS. It was originally created in 1988 by Thomas and John Knoll. Since then, the software has become the industry standard not only in raster graphics editing, but in digital art as a whole.


Features of Adobe Photoshop are:


  • Stroke Smoothing.

  • Brushes from Kyle T. Webster.

  • Better Brush Organization.

  • Color and Luminance Range Masking.

  • Access Lightroom Photos.

  • Quickly Share Creations.

  • Quick Share Menu.

  • Variable Fonts.


Adobe Illustrator


Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphics editor and design program developed and marketed by Adobe Inc. Originally designed for the Apple Macintosh, development of Adobe Illustrator began in 1985. Along with Creative Cloud, Illustrator CC was released.


Feature of Adobe Illustrator are:


  • Pixel-Perfect Designs.

  • Snap to Pixel Capability.

  • Access Adobe Stock Assets.

  • Built In Design Templates and Presets.

  • CSS Extractor Tool.

  • Color Synchronization.

  • Free Transform Option.

  • File Packaging.


CorelDRAW Graphics Suite


CorelDRAW is a vector graphics editor developed and marketed by Corel Corporation. It is also the name of the Corel graphics suite, which includes the bitmap-image editor Corel Photo-Paint as well as other graphics-related programs.


Features of CorelDRAW are:


  • LiveSketch tool.

  • Enhanced vector previews, handles, and nodes.

  • Prominent interactive sliders.

  • Custom node shapes.

  • Touch-friendly GU interface.

  • Powerful stylus enhancements.

  • Import legacy workspaces.

  • Font filtering and search.


Affinity Designer


Affinity Designer is a vector graphics editor developed by Serif for macOS, iOS, and Microsoft Windows. It is part of the "Affinity trinity" alongside Affinity Photo and Affinity Publisher.


Features of Affinity Designer are:


  • Creates Accurate Designs.

  • Over 1,000,000% Zoom.

  • Dynamic Precision Guides.

  • Advanced Grids.

  • Snapping Options.

  • Pixel and Vector in One Workflow.

  • Creates Beautiful Vector Illustrations.

  • Precise Curves.


GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program)


GIMP is a free and open-source raster graphics editor used for image manipulation and image editing, free-form drawing, transcoding between different image file formats, and more specialized tasks. GIMP is released under GPLv3+ license and is available for Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows.


Features of GIMP are:


  • Customizable interface.

  • Photo Enhancement.

  • Digital retouching.

  • Hardware support.

  • File format.

  • Original artwork.

  • Graphic design elements.

  • Scribus.

Overview of Internship Experience


Internships are incredibly valuable for networking, gaining experience, and ultimately helping you to land that dream job in your chosen sector. Internship experience at A Plan By Consultants was an enriching and a rather fulfilling experience. This internship experience was both valuable and helpful to me as a student and gave me the opportunity to look at Research from every perspective . I also got to refresh my Research skills from a principle.


Apart from enhancing Research skills, the internship also helped me to gain insights into the consulting world, the various forms of consulting for individuals, institutes and industries altogether.


I am grateful to A Plan By Consultants for providing me the platform to work and develop my skills and for letting me gain insights into the consulting world.

Conclusion


In conclusion, we can say that Research is an extremely essential skill to possess and having efficient research skills is really handy. The benefits of research are many and that are:


  • A Tool for Building Knowledge and for Facilitating Learning


  • Means to Understand Various Issues and Increase Public Awareness


  • An Aid to Business Success


  • A Way to Prove Lies and to Support Truths


  • Means to Find, Gauge, and Seize Opportunities


  • A Seed to Love Reading, Writing, Analyzing, and Sharing Valuable Information


  • Nourishment and Exercise for the Mind


In conclusion, the skill of Research is extremely important for every individual as in some form or the other, the skill of research is needed. 


There are a lot of factors an individual ought to keep in mind during their research and that’s what separates the professional researchers from a normal individual. Regardless of anything, the skill of research is important as it helps in the development of the mind and provides answers to us.

Appendices


  • Client: A person or organization using the services of a lawyer or other professional person or company.


  • Design: Design is the study, design, development, application, implementation, support and management of computer and non-computer based technologies for the express purpose of communicating product design intent and constructability.


  • Development: An event constituting a new stage in a changing situation.


  • Exponential Growth: Growth whose rate becomes ever more rapid in proportion to the growing total number or size.


  • Law and Legal: The system of rules which a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and which it may enforce by the imposition of penalties.


  • Patent: A patent is the granting of a property right by a sovereign authority to an inventor. This grant provides the inventor exclusive rights to the patented process, design, or invention for a designated period in exchange for a comprehensive disclosure of the invention.


  • Research: The systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.


  • Research Paper: A research paper is an essay in which you explain what you have learned after exploring your topic in depth. In a research paper, you include information from sources such as books, articles, interviews, and Internet sites. You also use your own ideas, knowledge, and opinions.


  • Service Providers: A service provider provides organizations with consulting, legal, real estate, communications, storage, processing.


  • Software: The programs and other operating information used by a computer.


  • Survey: A general view, examination, or description of someone or something


  • Thesis: A statement or theory that is put forward as a premise to be maintained or proved.


Contributors Description


Name: Priyansh Parwani

College Name: Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai, India

Designation: Student

Description

Priyansh is pursuing his Bachelors in Technology in Electronics from Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai. He is enthusiastic about Research and Analytics and has certain research interests in the field of Education and others. He is also proficient in handling softwares like Tableau, Excel and others. He would like to further explore the field of Research and Analytics.


Contributors

Priyansh Parwani

Priyansh Parwani

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