JRD Global EDU


JRD Global EDU

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Typology MPhil
Methodology Online
Duration 1 Year
Start Different dates available
Online campus Yes
  • MPhil
  • Online
  • Duration:
    1 Year
  • Start:
    Different dates available
  • Online campus

The Master of Philosophy (M Phil) is designed to produce skilled professionals for teaching positions in universities, colleges and training institutions. This 18-month long programme also aims to produce managers and consultants for business houses, government, research institutions and other organisations.
To strive towards this end, our mission is to provide every individual with a conducive environment to enable him/her to achieve the career goals before them with a strong emphasis on personality development, and to offer quality education fostering a strong foundation in applied sciences and mathematics without compromising on the quality and code of ethics.

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· What are the objectives of this course?

To provide an advanced understanding of Mathematics, English, Physics and Chemistry. To train the students in chronological survey research activities in the field of interest and thereby induce in them the passion for research and development. To provide project training extending into advanced research and hence enabling them to emerge as competent scientists competing at the international level. The selection procedure emphasises academic achievement of the applicant as well as his/her potential for becoming an able management and research specialist. Consequently, a multi-factor selection model incorporating scholastic achievements, work experience, and performance in group discussion/seminar, entrance test and personal interview is used for selecting participants.

· Who is it intended for?

Any student who has passed Masters Degree in a particular subject can pursue M Phil course in the respective subject.

· Requirements


· Qualification

P. G in relevant subject


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What you'll learn on the course

Statistics in Research
Measure of Central tendency
Importance and Meaning of research
Research design
Review of Literature
Sampling theory
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Course programme

PAPER I RESEARCH METHODOLOGY THEORY AND TECHNIQUES UNIT - I Research: Definition, Importance and Meaning of research, Characteristics of research, Types of Research, Steps in research, Identification, Selection and formulation of research problem, Research questions – Research design – Formulation of Hypo Dissertation, Review of Literature. UNIT – II Sampling techniques: Sampling theory, types of sampling – Steps in sampling – Sampling and Non-sampling error – Sample size – Advantages and limitations of sampling. Collection of Data: Primary Data – Meaning – Data Collection methods – Secondary data – Meaning – Relevances, limitations and cautions. UNIT – III Statistics in Research – Measure of Central tendency, Dispersion, Skewness and Kurtosis in research, Hypo Dissertation, Fundamentals of Hypo Dissertation testing, Standard Error, Point and Interval estimates, Important Non-Parametric tests: Sign, Run, Kruskal, Wallis tests and Mann, Whitney test. UNIT – IV Para metric tests: Testing of significance, mean, Proportion, Variance and Correlation, testing for Significance of difference between means, proportions, variances and correlation co-efficient. Chi-square tests, ANOVA, One-way and Two-way. UNIT– V Research Report: Types of reports, contents, styles of reporting, Steps in drafting reports, editing the final draft, evaluating the final draft. Reference Books: 1. Statistical Methods - S.P. Gupta 2. Research Methodology Methods and Techniques - C.R. Kothari 3. Statistics (Theory and Practice) - B.N. Gupta 4. Research Methodology Methods and Statistical Techniques - Santosh Gupta PAPER-II INDIAN ECONOMICS UNIT I Resource Base and Structure of Indian Economy: Economic Geography of India – Basic features - Human Resource: Demographic features, extent of unemployment, poverty, and inequality: Recent trends and conceptual issues. HDI of India.- Trend in National Income and Percapita income. - Sectoral composition (output and employment) Primary, Secondary and Tertiary, Sectors. UNIT II Agriculture: Trends and Composition of Output of major crops. - Trends in Investment, Credit and Agricultural Subsidy. - New Agricultural strategy of 1960s (Green Revolution) – Food security and PDS in India Evaluating Land Reforms in India - New Agricultural Policy (In the context of liberalization.) UNIT III Industry: Industrial structure in India: Traditional, SSI, Village, Cottage and Modern industries. - Industrial Policy Resolution in India till 1991 - New Industrial Policy and its, impacts. UNIT IV External Sector: Trends and composition of India’s Imports - Trends and direction of India’s Exports - EXIM Policy of India in relation to trade liberalization and its impacts-FDI, FII and MNCs in India - External Borrowing and BOP problem in India – International Institutions (IMF, WB, ADB, WTO) and the Indian Economy. Reference: 1. Uma , Kapila, (2008), ‘Indian Economy: Performance & Policies’, 8th Ed. Academic Fountation, New Delhi 2. Prakash, B.A. (Ed.) (2009), ‘Indian Economy Since 1991: Economic Reforms and Performance. Sage Publications new Delhi. 3. Bhalla, G.S. (2008) ‘Indian Agriculture since Independence ( 2008), NBT. New Delhi 4. Amit Bhaduri, Development with Dignity. (2005) NBT New Delhi Additional Reading: 5. IC. Dhingra : Indian Economy Environment and policy – Sultan chant and sons. PAPER-III INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS UNIT I The Theoretical basis of Trade – Classical Theory – Adam Smith – Ricardo Mill – Neoclassical Theory – Haberler’s Opportunity Cost – Trade in difference Curves – Upper Curves -; Modern Theory – Heckscher Olin Theorem; Factor Price – Price Equalization – Theorem Factor – Prices and Factor Reversals. UNIT II Economic Growth and Trade: Gains from Trade Hicks Model – Johnson’s Model – Immiserizing Growth – Transport Cost – Monopoly and Dumping – Terms of Trade. Increase in Factor Endowments – Technical Progress and Trade Capital Movemets and Growth. UNIT III Trade Policy : Tariff – Quotas – Theory of the second best Theory of the Customs Union Case for Protection – Regional Integration – EEC – Trade Problems of Developing Countries – GATT and Tokyo declarations0VNCTAD ; Import Substitution and Export Promotion – New International Economic Order – North-South Dialogue – Foreign Aid. UNIT IV Balance of Payments :- Trade and National Income – Foreign Trade Multiplier – Market for Foreign Exchange – Purchasing Power Parity Theory – Fixed and Flexible Exchange Rates – Balance of Payments – Disequilibrium in the Balance of Payments and Adjustments – Mechanism Devaluation – Elasticity Approach – Income Absorption Approach – Monetary Approach – Exchange Control – Means of Achieving – External and Internal Equilibrium – Fiscal Monetary Mize. UNIT V International Monetary Systems:- Problems of International Monetary Systems - International Liquidity – IMF – SDR – Euro Dollar Market – Plans for Reform and Future – of the International Monetary System. PAPER-IV DISSERTATION

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