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Standard Format for posting in the education sections

Post by BIT0122-Amit on Fri Oct 29, 2010 3:55 am

All users are requested to copy this topic and then paste it to each education section, if not already pasted.
Then, report this, so that the global moderator/study moderator can make your topic sticky and locked. Any discussion related to the standard format must be conducted in this topic.
Thanks for making this forum better.


Click here to view what you need to copy and paste:

Exclude the code part at the start
Code:

Greetings All IITians.
[b]Format:[/b]

1. Make your topic title as much clear as possible. even if you are posting in appropriate(for example, 101) section, make your topic like

Structured Programming: (Description here)

Now, the contents:

[code]

Couse Code:
Course Name:

Book Name: (Use this only when the topic is directly related to your book. For example, if you solved an exercise from book and want to share it with others, or a presentation which was provided by that book's publisher.)

Boook Authors: (Use this only when Book Name is aplicable)

Date:

Download link:
Download Size: < Size of the provided link. Make sure that you are not using this forum for sharing any illegal material such as e-books. Use this if you have provided any download link.>
[/code]

Now, why this format?
[spoiler=Click here to read]
1. Maintain Professionalism, and provide excellency in topic.
2. Maintain Search-ability (Try yourself: Search using any course code number, and then search using Course names. You will see the difference in results.)
3. The course codes might be constant, but course names are not. People search using the names, not the codes.
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[spoiler=An example]

http://iitdu.forumsmotion.com/bus-405-f89/business-studies-motivating-workforce-and-hrm-presentations-t1156.htm#5188
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[url=http://iitdu.forumsmotion.com/t1163-standard-format-for-posting-in-the-education-sections]Original topic[/url]

Greetings All IITians.
Introduction:

Some of you might not have noticed, but there is a standard format which can be found in this link.
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I am only posting this topic because some things are not properly explained there.

Format:

1. Make your topic title as much clear as possible. even if you are posting in appropriate(for example, 101) section, make your topic like

Structured Programming: (Description here)

Now, the contents:

Code:


Couse Code:
Course Name:

Book Name: (Use this only when the topic is directly related to your book. For example, if you solved an exercise from book and want to share it with others, or a presentation which was provided by that book's publisher.)

Boook Authors: (Use this only when Book Name is aplicable)

Date:

Download link:

Download Size: < Size of the provided link. Make sure that you are not using this forum for sharing any illegal material such as e-books. Use this if you have provided any download link.>

Now, why this format?
Click here to read:

1. Maintain Professionalism, and provide excellency in topic.
2. Maintain Search-ability (Try yourself: Search using any course code number, and then search using Course names. You will see the difference in results.)
3. The course codes might be constant, but course names are not. People search using the names, not the codes.

An example:


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Last edited by BIT0122-Amit on Sat May 28, 2011 4:47 am; edited 7 times in total (Reason for editing : updated the done things, added a little bit detail in the instructions part.)

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Re: Standard Format for posting in the education sections

Post by BIT0129-Tabassum on Fri Oct 29, 2010 6:49 am

Very nice and helpful post Very Happy

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Please follow the instruction Amit has given here and then copy paste it to education sections.

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Re: Standard Format for posting in the education sections

Post by BIT0102-Mohaimin on Wed Dec 15, 2010 10:40 pm

3. The course codes might be constant, but course names are not. People search using the names, not the codes.
I disagree. Course codes are supposed to be unique identification of a course. If OOC-1 is ever replaced with OOP-1, I think it will be given a different code.
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Re: Standard Format for posting in the education sections

Post by BIT0220-Iftekhar on Thu Dec 30, 2010 1:42 am

rep++ Amit bhai for your attention in organizing the posts of education sections.
I thought it was better to be late than never to follow your instruction as a registered forum user Wink
So I have posted the regulations in each of courses 201 - 206 and 301 - 306 and reported.
(Semester 3 has been covered due to the cause that, batch02 is virtually in 3rd semester now)
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Re: Standard Format for posting in the education sections

Post by BIT0122-Amit on Thu Dec 30, 2010 1:44 am

No worries Smile I was thinking the same thing, that it was better late than never!

Our moderators are now working to make the topics sticky and locking them down.

rep++ to you too Smile
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Re: Standard Format for posting in the education sections

Post by BIT0122-Amit on Sat May 28, 2011 4:52 am

Updated.
The edit contains:

Book Name: (Use this only when the topic is directly related to your book. For example, if you solved an exercise from book and want to share it with others, or a presentation which was provided by that book's publisher.

Boook Authors: (Use this only when Book Name is aplicable)

Reason for editing:

First of all, people when use search engines, they use book names / authors for searching for solutions.

Secondly, when we are giving away solutions, and we don't mention the book name/author how can our next batches know which book were we following?

And thirdly, the more meta data about what we are giving, the more helpful it becomes for our readers.

All global moderators, study moderators, Administrators are reuqested to update all sections. You can just copy the indicated part from the top post and paste it. These format will be in action from this moment.

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