RESEARCH & BIO STATISTICS
Theory: 60 hours
(At the end of session the student should be able to)
Meaning, definition, and characteristics of statistics
|To understand the basic concept of statistics.||
With Power point presentation
|2||Tabulation of Data||Be able to summarize data and present it using tables and graphs.||
Types of diagrams – histograms, frequency polygons, smooth frequency polygon, cumulative frequency curve, Normal probability curve
|Didactic lecture through Power point presentation||10|
|3||Measures of Central Tendency||Understand the meaning, uses applications, practical approach and guidelines for the use of various measures of central tendency.||
||Didactic lecture by using slides and discuss case studies with examples||15|
|4||Measures of Variability||
||Didactic lecture with Power point presentation and Exercises followed with examples||15|
||Didactic lecture with Power point presentation and Exercises followed with examples||10|
1. Bell, J. (1997): Doing Your Research Project: A Guide for First-time Researchers in
Education and Social Science, Viva Books, New Delhi
2. Bell, J. (1997): How to Complete Your Research Project Successfully: A Guide for
First-time Researchers, UBSPD, New Delhi.
3. Bulmer, M.C. (1984): Sociological Research Methods: An Introduction, Macmillan,
4. Festinger, L. and Katz, D. (ed.) (1977): Research Methods in the Behavioral Sciencess,
Amerind Publishing, New Delhi.
5. Holloway, I. (1997): Basic Concepts of Qualitiative Research, Blackwell Science, London.
6. Jain, G. (1998): Research Methodology: Methods and Techniques, Mangal Deep,Jaipur.
7. Kothari, C.R. (2000): Research Methodology: Methods and Techniques, Wishwa
Prakashan, New Delhi.
1. Gupta, S. (2001) “Research Methodology and Statistical Techniques”,Deep and Deep, New Delhi,
2. Hooda, R.P. (2003) “Statistics for Business and Economics”, 3rd ed., Macmillan India
3. Dey, B.R. (2005) “Textbook of Managerial Statistics”, Macmillan India Ltd., Delhi,