For most FYP groups, the proposal is the first main FYP deliverable. It sets the direction of your project and becomes the foundation for your progress report.
The following video introduces the sections of the FYP / FYT Proposal and gives some tips on how to start:
The FYP starts in June, and the FYP proposal is due in September. Thus, the summer is the best time to do a lot of brainstorming, researching, reading, thinking and planning. A lot of groups procrastinate and wait until September to get started, but smart groups usually do a lot of their foundational work during the summer, write a draft proposal for their CT to copy edit or proof-read in September and then make changes before submitting their proposals.
Since your CT will probably want to write on a hard copy of your report, please use double line spacing for the Introduction and Methodology. You can use single spacing for other sections. For individual advisor preferences, see FYP Advisor Preferences. For more information, you can also check out the Table of Contents for the FYP Proposal.