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Research Methodology – Notes, Case Laws And Study Material
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- Meaning of Research
- Objectives of Research
- Motivation in Research
- Types of Research
- Significance of Research
- Research Methods versus Methodology
Module II: Research Problem
- Necessity of Defining the Problem
- Technique Involved in Defining a Problem
Module III: Research Design
- Meaning of Research Design
- Need for Research Design
- Features of a Good Design
- Important Concepts Relating to Research Design
Module IV: Doctrinal & Non-Doctrinal Research
- Aims and Basic Tools of Doctrinal Research
- Advantages and Limitations of Doctrinal Research
- Aims and Basic Tools of Non-Doctrinal Research
- Advantages and Limitations of Non-Doctrinal Research
- Inter-relation between Doctrinal and Non-Doctrinal Research
Module V: Hypothesis
- Nature of Hypothesis
- Importance and use of Hypothesis in Research Methodology.
- Sources of Hypothesis.
- Relationship between Variables and Hypothesis
- Types of Hypothesis.
- Characteristics of a Good Hypothesis
Module VI: Sampling Fundamentals
- Need of Sampling
- Kinds of Sampling
Module VII: Research Techniques
- Techniques of Data Collection
- Difference between Questionnaires and Schedules
Module VIII: Interpretation and Report Writing
- Technique of Interpretation
- Significance of Report Writing
- Different Steps in Writing Report
- Precautions for Writing Research Reports
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