UGC-SET/NET Teaching And Research Aptitude

UGC-SET NET Teaching And Research Aptitude

UGC-SET/NET Teaching And Research Aptitude by Pravin Kamthe and Sunil khanhokar

The National Education Testing Bureau of the University Grants Commission holds its annual National Eligibility Test (NET) to find out who is eligible for lectureship and who shall be given the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). These tests guarantee that those who teach in Indian universities maintain a high level of education. UGC NET/JRF/SET Practice Sets Teaching and Research Aptitude (General Paper I) by Dr K Kautilya was designed to help candidates practise for this crucial test.

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Research Methodology in History

Research Methodology in History

Research Methodology in History by H.S. Gorge

Research is the process of systematic search for knowledge backed by the collection, compilation, presentation and interpretation of data. It is a careful inquiry to discover valuable facts. The research that involves scientific analysis result in the formulation of new theories, discovery of new techniques, modification in old concepts and deleting existing theories. It established relation between variables and identifies the means for solving the problems. Considering these aspects in view the explains research terms logically and methodologies are put in order in manner so that analytical report writing becomes scientific. Research in History is an attempt to acquire scientific knowledge about historical phenomenon and facts.

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Research Methodology in Education: Methods and Techniques – Educational Research

Research Methodology in Education

Research Methodology in Education: Methods and Techniques - Educational Research by Showkeen Bilal Ahmad Gul

This work is the outcome of a demand for a short text-book that would contain in essence a clear and concise statement of the field of Research Methodology in Education (Methods and Techniques). Education research is a field of inquiry aimed at advancing knowledge of education and learning processes and development of the tools and methods necessary to support this endeavor.

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Research Methodology by Prasant Sarangi

Research Methodology by Prasant Sarangi

AN AUTHENTIC AND COMPREHENSIVE TEXT BOOK ON RESEARCH METHODOLOGY FOR M.B.A./P.G.D.M./M.Tech/M.Phil/M.Lib/B.B.A./ B.C.A./B.Lib & OTHER PROFESSIONAL COURSES This book aims at a lucid exposition of various fundamental concepts and techniques of research that are mostly useful to the students at their beginning stages of research. The book is intended not only for the students of management discipline and scholars of various disciplines of social sciences but also is very much useful for practitioners & the newly employed professionals of various companies and social organizations who are, for the first time, assigned to conduct first hand survey related activities. As much as possible, Indian examples and case studies related to five major management disciplines and social sciences are incorporated in the text to make the scholars understand the concepts and their use in empirical analysis. • Written in a lucid style to give a comprehensive presentation of the complex concepts. The book explains how these concepts are empirically used in the process of research. • The book minimizes the gap between various concepts and principles with practical implications. • The greatest advantage of this book is a proper balance between multivariate analysis and research concepts. • The fundamental concepts of statistics and econometrics are incorporated which will best suit the beginners. • Use of separate Box inside the text for clear and better understanding of the subject matter. • Real case studies are incorporated in each chapter and also in a separate Division. • The theoretical long answer type questions covering all aspects of the subjects are given at the end of each chapter. • The short answer type questions like True/False and Fill in the blanks are also given at the end of each chapter for acquiring an in-depth knowledge on the subject and their right answers are also given at the end of the question section in each chapter. About the CD • Comprehensive Power Point (PPT) Slides on each chapter with other required information • Excel Applications

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Research Methodology for Social Sciences

Research Methodology for Social Sciences

Research Methodology for Social Sciences by Arunangshu Giri and Debasish Biswas

An indispensable companion to UG and PG students of social sciences, this book will enable readers to identify research problems, carry out research enquiries effectively and report them systematically for further use. 
The unique feature of this book is that it indicates the absence of a common research methodology and introduces a family of approaches that can be applied to varied research situations. Through numerous examples and extensive referencing to popular statistical software packages such as SPSS and AMOS, the book will help students of social sciences to develop the fundamentals of data collection and analysis and a thorough understanding of the research process as a whole. Providing a wide array of research techniques, Research Methodology for Social Sciences is an invaluable resource for all young researchers. 
Key Features: 
· Adopts a simplified yet comprehensive approach to all major steps in the application of research methods in social sciences 
· Emphasizes on SPSS and AMOS and their uses through different numerical examples 
· Demonstrates the application of each research method step-by-step and suggests ways to minimize computational hassles 
· Includes examples from various social science fields including anthropology, history and political science.

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Research Methodology: Logic, Methods and Cases

Research Methodology Logic, Methods and Cases

Research Methodology: Logic, Methods and Cases by Sameer S. Phanse

“Every researcher knows the significance of research methodology. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that there are abundant books on research methodology. However, the author’s approach of logically justifying every concept and step of research methodology makes this a unique book.” – Vivek Patkar’s review in IIM Ahmedabad journal ‘Vikalpa’
“The thematic scope of Phanse’s book is vast, as revealed by its coverage: much prefatory material, 16 substantive chapters, and two appendices spread over nearly 760 pages.” – N Jayaram’s review in Economic and Political Weekly (EPW) magazine 

Research Methodology—Logic, Methods, and Cases shares valuable, rarely accessible methodological insights, capable of turning seekers into mature researchers. Besides postgraduate management students, others such as research/doctoral scholars, academicians, practising researchers, consultants, and corporate executives connected to research will also find this book useful as it illustrates the philosophical underpinnings of research procedures in detail. The book also shares important methodological insights.
The book makes research intuitive, effective, and enjoyable by divulging philosophical and logical ideas that are key to comprehension of others’ research and success in one’s own research.

Key Features
• Comprehension versus Memorization: Knowledge through understanding rather than rote learning
• Methodological Legitimacy: ‘Why’, not just ‘How’ of research
• Multiple Methods Discussed: Empirical, Statistical, and Logical
• Cutting Edge: Statistical Computing Resources discussed along with their methodological implications in research including data analytics

Online Resources
The following resources are available to support the faculty using this text:
• PowerPoint Slides 
• Instructor’s Manual
• Additional Critical Thinking Challenges

Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Research and Research Methodology 
2. Science and Scientific Thinking 
3. The Research Process 
4. Research Design 
5. Formal Logic, Deduction, and Induction 
6. Theories and Hypotheses 
7. Explanation, Prediction, and Laws 
8. Observation, Measurement, and Data 
9. Statistical Sampling 
10. Parametric and Non-parametric Statistics 
11. Hypothesis Testing and Managerial Decision-making 
12. Introduction to Advanced Statistical Concepts and Applications 
13. Data Collection Methods 
14. Reporting the Research 
15. Questionnaire Design 
16. Field Operations

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Business Research Methods

Business Research Methods

Business Research Methods by Prahlad Mishra

BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODSby PRAHLAD MISHRA, 9780198094739

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Research Methods by Ram Ahuja

research methodologies ram ahuja

Research Methods by Ram Ahuja

This book is mainly designed for students and researchers of social sciences and business administration. It combines the author’s personal observations based on his extensive research experience with the experiences of other scholars as reflected in the literature. The aim is not only to acquaint students with a blend of elementary and theoretical knowledge in social research but also to guide the researchers with the basic complexities of undertaking research.

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