How To Make A Proposal?

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Sadia Batool Profile
Sadia Batool answered
The proposal may be on paper to departments in tour own company or to outside requesters. The proposals are two types one is research proposal while other is business proposal.

The business proposal in extent is similar to the research like short or long format only divergence between in the nature. The business proposal is usually business in nature e.g. an association often knows in move on those individuals and group that is practised to bid on a job or help to solve a problem. The good or standard business plan consists of subsequent elements.

1. TITLE PAGE
Most organizations specify the information to comprise in the title page. Some even providing special farms that précis basic administration and financial data.
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Brief proposal should have an executive summary. Because you will be competing by other for the same opportunity, some assessor will initially read only the executive digest seeking to gain a quick general idea.
3. DRAFT CONTRACT
A draft contact allows the receiver to offer a counter offer.
4. Table Of Contents
Brief proposal usually do not require a table of content.

5. INTRODUCTION
The proposal introduction
6. BACKGROUND
In short proposal no need have background while long proposal includes;
7. PROCEDURES
8. EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
9. PERSONNEL
10. . BUDGET
11. APPENDIXES
Rajesh Shri Profile
Rajesh Shri answered
A proposal should be written very precisely and concisely highlighting all the necessary points. The first page of the proposal gives a snap shot of what is to follow and should summarize all the information and should convince the person to consider it.

The first topic to be written is the statement of problem and its background. It should highlight what is the problem and what is the background or context of the problem.

The next point to be put down should be the objective of the proposal, what do you wish to achieve by this proposal. What is the motive behind the proposal you are putting forward.

The third point should be concerning the logistics. How do you wish to implement your work, where will you be based, how many people will be required, where will you meet, who is the audience or the beneficiary and how do you wish to communicate the benefits of the project. You should clarify the nuts and bolts of the project.

Next the budget should be discussed. What is the expenditure that will be incurred? Total financial description should be given in an itemized manner explaining each and every expense.

Finally, the conclusion where it will be stated what is the expectation from this proposal. Here it will be written what problems will have been addressed if the expected results are met. In the end attach all the required documents for reference.

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