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ICSSR sponsored capacity building program on Research Methodology commenced today

Updated on Thu, 21 May 2015 at 11:34 IST
The IIS University, Jaipur

The Centre for Research, Innovation and Training at the IIS University is organizing a 2 week programme on capacity building sponsored by ICSSR from Thursday to develop and promote research acumen amongst the young faculty in social sciences including commerce & management and to make them user friendly with the statistical software. The Programme has been designed to bridge the gap between theory and practical approach adopted by the young academicians in research progression.

Prof. Vinay Kumar Srivastava from Delhi University will deliver the keynote address while Prof Karori Singh from Center for South Asian Studies, University of Rajasthan will be the chairperson on the occasion.

While sharing the information regarding the workshop, Dr. Subhash Garg, Director, CRIT said that total 30 participants have been selected as per the criteria designed by the center. He further stated that the capacity building Programme has been designed to train and equip the young faculty with logical and conceptual knowledge about research, so that they can comply with the quality standards of research in their respective disciplines.

After the end of the two week program, participants will be equipped with research design, research process, sampling, data collection, qualitative and quantitative research, data analysis and thesis writing. Besides this, training on SPSS and other Econometric Software will be given to the participants along and also this platform will provide an opportunity to have an interaction with the experts of the field.

Prof. Ravindra Vinayak and Dr. N K Garg from MD University, Rohtak, Prof B K Saini from Gurunanak Dev University, Amritsar, Prof. Sanket Viz from Haryana, Prof. Amita Sharma and Prof. N D Mathur from University of Rajasthan, Dr. Neeraj Kaushik from NIT Kurukshetra, Data analyst Ajay chauhan will be among the industry and experts who will deliver lectures on different topics.

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