WEEK LONG

PROFESSIONAL/ FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

ON  
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

For Social Sciences, Commerce, Management and select branches of Humanities

Department of Business Administration

Tezpur University

 February 14 to February 19, 2011

List of Participants

For information regarding next PDP/FDP contact:
Prof. M. K. Sarma (mrinmoy@tezu.ernet.in; Mobile phone no. 9435080384)
Ms Kakali Mahanta (kakali@tezu.ernet.in; Mobile phone no. 9864270255)


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The Department of Business Administration, Tezpur University has successfully organised  Professional/Faculty Development Programme on Research Methodology from February 14 to February 19, 2011. This programme was designed to enhance professional as well as teaching and research capabilities (as the case may be) of the participants through rigorous oral and practical sessions. The programme envisages to deal with various healthy practices of research methodology for the streams of Management, Commerce, Social Sciences and few branches of Humanities. The participant profile includes Academicians, Practicing Managers engaged in research, consultancy and market survey, and Research Scholars.


The programme is designed to meet the growing need of researchers for exposure into the basic methods of data analysis, which is vital for quantitative research. A good and robust methodology helps researchers in their projects accepted by intended audience like a group of editors and project sponsors.


This PDP/FDP is expected to throw insight across different gamut of methodology with special emphasis on data analysis techniques. Participants are expected to learn the basics of measurement techniques, data collection, data processing and analytical tools like Chi-square test, T test, ANOVA and few more advanced statistical tools. It will be a hands-on training programme and oral discussions will be followed by ample practical sessions.


This  level-I programme exposed the participants to the use of SPSS with respect to basic hypotheses testing tricks
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Approximate batch size: 30

Allotment of seat: First-come-first-serve basis.


 
 
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