If a list of tables and illustrations is provided,
it should follow the table of contents and should
list all tables , photographs, diagrams, etc.
in the order in which they occur in the next.
The acknowledgements shall be
on the page following the table of contents.
If the thesis contains any material
which the author has before, this fact shall be
indicated in a declaration immediately following
There shall be abstract of the
thesis.The abstract shall follow acknowledgements
For abbreviations not in common
use, a key shall be provided with the full term
followed by the abbreviations in bracket.
The thesis shall be divided
approximately into chapters, sections and subsections.
The system of headings should be consistent and
should provided a clear indication of changes
in content, emphasis and other features which
occur at each stage of the work. References cited
in the text may be identified by one of the two
methods , either. : By numbers typed as subscript,
or if on the line, in brackets, immediately following
the relevant word or phrase in text or By citing
the authors name, date of publication and the
page number in round brackets immediately following
the relevant word or the phrase in the text (e.g.
Appendices shall follow the
main text. The style of the appendices shall be
consistent with the style of the main text.
The list of references should
be arranged in accordance with the system of citation
used. When using the method the references should
be listed in the order in which they bare identified
in the thesis. When using the method given above
they should be listed alphabetically by author’s
surname in both cases the list should enable the
reader to identify the work cited and to locate
the specific pages referred to.
If bibliography is supplied
it should be arranged in a logical order, for
example broad subject class , alphabetically by