CD Making Guidelines
People coming after you should benefit from our work. The guideline below applies to all students: BTP, MTP and PHD
The CD you should make before leaving should contain
A. the CD should be marked by your name, roll no., year and the topic of your research; There should be a readme file in EVERY directory and subdirectory describing what the directory contains.
B. The top level readme file should contain your name, roll no., title of your thesis and the abstract.
Content Description for the folders above:
- System directory: your source and executable codes
- Documents directory with
- report directory
- all source files (doc/tex)
- manual directory
- user manual (how to install and run the system)
- programmer manual (for a person who can change the code; JavaDocs/Oxygen etc.)
- slides directory
(PPTS and PDF)
- first stage
- second stage
- any other talks
- papers directory
- your own papers (tex, fig)
- others' papers read (pdf, ps, doc etc.)
After all this is done, Your report shall be signed.
Additional rules to follow:
- All the folders should contains their individual readme.txt files containing a single line about the files contained in that folder.
- Sub-folders inside the source code folder are an exception to this.
- Comments inside the code would do it.
- Reports should be available in both PDF and editable format.
- Please include your PPT's as well in the reports folder in a subfolder.