Good dissertations generally are not just a compilation of research notes and findings but also contain scholastic inputs by the author. When dissertation & theses transcend from being just a bunch of copied and collated findings to a well-analyzed description of the subject being discussed, the authors are always recognized & rewarded by their universities. While a dissertation is a report that highlights the student's expertise, it can also be considered a binding agent that brings together information & it’s relevance from different sources. A thesis, however, is expected to be original research work. While both need to be collated from established data, a thesis is given more importance than a dissertation. Both theses and dissertations are imperative for PhDs and doctoral programs.
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