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Alisha Mahajan
•Prof. at Khalsa college •VERIFIED Unacademy EDUCATOR •YouTube channel - ALISHA Academy l •Follow your passion, not what the majority is

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economics er opor English e question answer mcq er Ekta course din. khub help hobe.. for wbcs main..
thank u mam.. 😊
Alisha Mahajan
4 months ago
Ur wc
ma'am please add lesson on different reviews in research which you have explained in your special class ..thanks
Alisha Mahajan
9 months ago
Okk bhatti
Alisha Mahajan
9 months ago
Bharti Thakur
9 months ago
thanks ma'am
Alisha Mahajan
10 months ago
Ur wc
ma'am aak question tha but wo teaching se tha.Critical thinking and analytical thinking kya hoti hai ??
Alisha Mahajan
a year ago
isme pros and cons ie positive and negative don't dekhte hai
  1. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Important concepts

  2. DESCRIPTIVE V/S ANALYTICAL RESEARCH - In Analytical Research, the researcher has to use facts or information already available, and analyze them to make a critical evaluation of the material. It involves the in-depth study and evaluation of available information in an attempt to explain complex phenomenon.

  3. DESCRIPTIVE . Descriptive research is used to describe characteristics of a population or phenomenon being studied. It does not answer questions about how/when/why the characteristics occurred.... Thus, descriptive research cannot be used as the basis of a causal relationship, where one variable affects another.

  4. APPIED(ACTION) V/S FUNDAMENTAL . Fundamental research helps in developing theories by discovering broad generalisations and principles. It is organised through various procedures of research like sampling, hypothesizing facts, etc. It can be experimented in a psychological laboratory.Thus, in a general meaning it is more systematic activity directed towards discovery and the development of an organised body of scientific knowledge

  5. APPLIED - Fundamental research sets principles while applied research utilizes thosee principles to know the problems with best possible manner. In practice, the researcher applies laws during his field study to draw more and more clear ideas about the problems. It is undertaken to solve an immediate problem

  6. QUALITATIVE Study of human behavior Also called motivation research -Techniques used are word association ,sentence completior

  7. QUANTITATIVE Measures in quantity

  8. KEY WORDS Literature review 1. Comprehensive review of published and unpublished work Types of data base - 1 bibliographic database 2- abstract database 3 full text data base

  9. PROBABILTY METHOID Simple random -Stratified - Cluster . Systematic

  10. NON PROBABILITY Convenience Purposive Judgement Quota

  11. SIMULATION RESEARCH - Creative artificial environment