- Researching is a longer process – None of the PhD thesis can be completed without a detailed research. These researches vary according to the title chosen for the dissertation and the research methodologies vary from quantitative to qualitative research. Lots of data collected from various sources takes time and its calculation stretches further more.
- Work of a single individual – Of course each PhD scholar is provided with an experienced and expert guide, who helps them in the correct direction of research. But, ultimately the work has to be done and completed by a single researcher itself; this in turn takes time for PhD to get completed.
- Huge text takes time – Thesis is a long and detailed version of any topic where every nuts and bolts are affixed tightly. Starting from the introduction, abstract, division of contents into chapters, research methodologies, interpretation and ending up at conclusion, every segment and their subsections have to be dealt in detail. All these descriptions extend and thus stretch for long.
- None of the sections can be excluded – Thesis is a step by step and a systematic write-up of any investigatory study and if any of its sections get edited or removed completely the real essence of the thesis gets elude. Hence, working upon every section makes thesis a lengthier process.
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