Case Studies

What are case studies?

A case study is a reported or recorded detailed analytical study of a particular real-life or sometimes hypothetical scenario or set of events which a student deeply and rather critically assess the draws a conclusion out of it and on the grounds of his findings and drawn conclusion, he/she is supposed to propose some applicable solutions to resolve a particular problem.

How a case study can be of any use for us?

Case studies are conducted at various levels and by various institutes. In academia, case studies are mostly offered as the end-of-the-term project which obviously accounts for a considerable part of marks. For higher degree levels, case studies are even more important and may be conducted as the final year research projects. The purpose of integrating case studies in academia is to provide a student with a chance to improve their planning, problem solving and conclusion driving skills. Through these case studies, they can learn about the complexities of real life situations and their effect on decision making and planning.

Case studies are frequently conducted by all types of companies in order to engage a particular issue regarding the progress of company. Case studies are also very important for different government and private welfare organizations since through the findings of their case studies they can devise new strategies and improve the implementation of already designed strategies and plans.

Types of case studies:

Depending upon the type of case which it addresses, a case study can fall into many different sub-categories. Some of these generalized and more commonly conducted case study types are enlisted below.

  • Illustrative case studies
  • Exploratory case studies
  • Cumulative case studies
  • Critical instance case studies
  • Program implementation case studies
  • Causes and effects case studies

Format of case studies:

There are different types of case study format which are determined according to the objectives of the study to be conducted. A case study can be of same format as a research thesis or it can be more like a designing oriented project. The basic features which a case study contains are given below in their order of succession.

  • Introduction
  • Background
  • Alternatives
  • Proposed solutions
  • Recommendations

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  • Designing questions and statements
  • Designing hypothetical scenarios
  • Problem identification
  • Background studies
  • Formulating solutions with reasoning
  • Drawing conclusions
  • Recommendation proposals
  • Proof reading
  • Statistical analysis
  • Rewriting
  • Resolving Plagiarism related issues
  • Formatting

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