# 2nd Sem Syllabus

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Course Overview The objective of this course is to have a general understanding of Research Methodology and Statistics as applicable to Business Management and its use and relevance in areas of Management Research. While mathematical material will be covered, the major goal is for the students to develop a set of skills and tools which will be important in their management careers.
At the conclusion of the course students should be able to:
(1) develop the skills to identify the appropriate statistical techniques for the analysis of data; and
(2) learn how to collect, analyze, present and interpret research data.

Course Syllabus

Group I: Research Methodology: Objectives, Role & Scope in Management Research, Process of Research; Research Designs: Exploratory, Descriptive & Experimental Research Designs and their Applications; Sampling Design: Concepts, types and their applicability; Scaling Techniques including Likert, Thurston, Semantic Differential Scaling techniques, etc. Tools & Techniques of Data Collection: Primary & Secondary; Classification & Tabulation of Data.
Group II: Introduction to Statistics, Statistics & Business Research, Measures of Central Tendency: Mean, Median and Mode; Measures of Dispersion, Coefficient of Variance; Skewness & Kurtosis: Concept and Measures; Correlation Analysis: Simple, Partial & Multiple (Elementary); Regression Analysis: Concept & Measures, Linear Regression. Elementary Probability Theory: Concepts, Definitions and Problems.
Group III: Probability Distributions: Binomial, Poisson and Normal Distributions; Testing of Hypothesis: Concepts like types of hypothesis, significance level, degrees of freedom, Errors in hypothesis testing, Procedure of testing hypothesis etc.; Statistical Tests: Chi-square test, t-test, ANOVA – 1 way and 2 way; SPSS and Report Presentation: Use of Statistical…...

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