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Data Interpretation Part 1 - UGC NET Paper 1 (in Hindi)
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This lesson describes the theory of data interpretation.

Sandeep Singh
Co-founder of BSI Academy. 5 years of teaching experience. Qualified in UGC NET in Computer Science and its Application as JRF & lecturer.

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  1. CBSE UGC NET Paper -1


  2. About Me Sandeep . M.Tech (IT) from IIIT . CSIR (Engineering Science) as JRF CBSE UGC NET (JRF) - Computer Science & its Application . Worked as Software Engineer & Research Scientist


  3. Data Interpretation


  4. Part 1


  5. Data Interpretation It means understanding, organising and drawing appropriate conclusions from the given Data. Extracting useful information and conclusions from the given data.


  6. Classification of Data Data can be classified as . /Tables Graphs Pie charts VCombination of diagrams VVenn Diagram VNumber Diagram V Network Diagram Scatter Diagram


  7. Topics . Percentage . Profit & Loss . Ratio & Proportion . Average


  8. Points to Remember .Must have a cursory glance over the given data or the information figure. Take special care of units and points indicated in the graphical diagram. Read the questions properly. Many questions solve just by looking at the diagram or the data. . Use mathematical means or the formulas


  9. Combination The questions have the following combination of diagrams Pie Chart and Table Pie Chart and Bar Graph Pie Chart and Line Graph Bar Graph and Table Line Graph and Table . A pair of pie charts Bar Graph and Line Graph


  10. Example Ratio of Production % Profit Earned % of the Total Production produced by the 7 companies F. 5% Company Item I Item II 20 35 Item II Item I G, 12% 32 20 15 28 35 30 A. 15% 4 B. 11% 25 30 25 24 E. 27% C, 22% 4 D, 8% .


  11. Example Yearly production (in thousand) of scooters in different factories Factory 1985 20 16 14 25 40 115 1986 15 23 21 17 32 108 1987 24 41 30 15 39 149 1988 13 20 16 12 41 102 1989 17 15 12 35 101 Total