Saturday , April 19 2014

Standard Structures of Skripsi in local Universities

Skripsi is the advanced form of journals, essay and action researches. It has special structures to help both the researchers and readers understand the content easily. Standard guidelines in creating Skripsi was not available due to every universities have their own freedom to create it. However, the basic rules have been agreed by so many local universities. Each Skripsi has opening pages which consist of introduction and dedication. Chapter one till the last chapter available in other pages as well. References and resources listed in the end of the pages.

The standard structures of Skripsi used by local universities were indicated below:

  1. Chapter one, Introduction.Structures of Skripsi
    Chapter one is popular by the name of Chapter I and BAB I or BAB SATU. This chapter includes main points such as:
    a. Background of the study.
    b. Statement of the Problem.
    c.  objective of the study.
    d. Significance of the study.
    e. Limitation of the study.
    f. Definition of the Key Terms, and
    g. Organization of the Study.
  2. Chapter two, Review of Related Literature.
    This chapter is designed to be filled with all the data and references about the topic chosen in Skripsi. Use sub topic as chapter one is recommended.
  3. Chapter three, Research Methodology.
    This chapter is the best place to cover:
    a. Research design.
    b. subject of the study.
    c. Instrument of collecting data.
    d. Procedure of collecting data, and
    e. Technique of analyzing data.
  4. Chapter four, Result of the Study.
    Chapter four is dedicated to display the result of data analysis.
  5. Chapter five, Conclusion and Suggestion.
    Every Essay, Journals and Researches have conclusion and suggestion. Skripsi has no exception either.

Abstract and opening pages was not being listed as it can be easily added and each universities has the freedom to list in whatever orders and structures.

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