Instead, your thesis acknowledgement is a concise vote of thanks, which simply mentions those people who have been directly involved in the thesis creation.
There is also no need to mention all those people who took part in the writer’s formation as a scientist, a thinker, and a researcher – beginning with the nursery school teachers and parents.
Authors cannot thank those who cannot directly receive their appreciation: that is, authors cannot thank God, Jesus, Buddha, Mohammed, Zeus, etc. Different concepts (author appreciation, result presentation, and present addresses) each have their own paragraph within the Acknowledgements.
The second paragraph and all following paragraphs are coded using the code. Delete the words "would like to," "wish to," or "want to." Abbreviations used in the text may be used without definitions.
For all other authors, list their present addresses as separate paragraphs.
A thesis acknowledgement is included in an academic thesis paper, and its designation lies in thanking those people who have helped a writer in developing the research and creating an academic paper.
Finally, practical matters such as present addresses of contributing authors are listed here.
Title the Acknowledgements with the word "Acknowledgements" as a level 1 header after any Note Added in Proof.
Other helpful items include the location of the gathering (city and state or country) and the full date of the occasion.
If the corresponding author has a new (present) address, then it is stated in the footnote on the Title page (see Footnotes).