Project Proposal

Teacher em E. Rodriguez Vocational High School
2 de Jun de 2019

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Project Proposal

  1. PROJE CT PROP OSALSolomon Hippocrates S. Flores Discussant
  2. pRoject A project must be based on the organization’s larger plan – usually the strategic plan of the organization. A project is a series of activities systematically designed and carried out with the aim of achieving clearly defined objectives or goals.
  3. A project proposal is a detailed description of a series of activities aimed at solving a certain problem. The proposal should contain a detailed explanation of the: • justification of the project • activities and implementation timeline • methodology • human, material and financial resources required. The project proposal should be a detailed and directed manifestation of the project design. It is a means of presenting the project to the outside world in a format that is immediately recognized and accepted.
  4. PROFECT TITLE The project title should be able to tell the reader what to expect from the content of the proposal. The title of the project that is being proposed. It should be short and concise, catchy and easy to remember.
  5. JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROJECT The project that is being proposed should answer a certain problem or should benefit certain individual, groups, and/or communities. TheRationale or Introduction is the set of logical bases or reasons explained for the purpose of undertaking the project. It is where the intention of the proponents is written and explained. Describes the specific problem or problems the project is trying to solve. Points out why a certain issue is a problem for the community or society as a whole. Explains how the needs of the target group are a direct consequence of the described problem (s)
  6. JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROJECT TheObjectives is the goal you plan to achieve. It is a specific and realistic course of action planned in the realization of your rationale. Describes what the long term benefits to the target group are. 3. It is difficult to measure the accomplishment of the goal using measurable indicators, but it should be possible to prove its merits and contribution to the vision Rules forsetting the objectives: 1. Try to have at least three objectives per project . 2. The goal should be connected to the vision for development
  7. Activities and implementation timeline TheActivities is the list of all possible activities set for the realization of the objectives. This also includes the venue and locale of the target participants. Time Frame is a set period of time in which covers the activities listed or in which the outlined activities are expected to take place. This includes the duration of each activity.
  8. METHODOLOGY A body of practices, procedures, and rules used by those who work in a discipline or engage in an inquiry; a set of working methods TheGeneral Policies is the list of all rules and policies stated in the conduct of the event. TheMechanics is the individual steps, procedures and guidelines needed in the conduct of a particular activity. It is a step by step procedure and course of action specified for an activity.
  9. HUMAN, MATERIAL AND FINANCIAL RESOURCES TheCommittees is the list of all human and personalities involved in the actual conduct of the event. Materials Needed is the list of materials and equipment needed in the event. Budget a rough estimate of finances computed for the conduct of the event. This is divided into two: income and expenses.
  10. Monitoring and evaluation A body of practices, procedures, and rules used by those who work in a discipline or engage in an inquiry; a set of working methods Monitoring the ongoing process by which stakeholders obtain regular feedback on the process being made towards achieving goals and objectives. Evaluation is a rigorous and independent assessment of either completed or ongoing activities to determine the extent to which they are achieving stated objectives and contributing to decision making
  11. APPROVAL The proposal would not be possible without the approval of the proper authorities concerned. Remember that a project proposal should cater a problem that needs to be solved, thus, it is always helpful to list the approval of the person who holds the highest approval rating in an organization.
  12. OUTPUT 1. Group yourselves according to the subject area where your Club belongs. ie, Math Club, Mathinik Society, DaMath Fanatics, The Equalizers belong to one group, Math Group. All classroom officers who do not belong to any other Clubs may form one group. 2. Think of a specific problem in the school that needs attention. 3. Think of a Project that you think will help solve that specific problem. 4. Make a project Proposal.
  13. Thank you!