INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING

MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY IN EDUCATION

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING
Online

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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
Description

This course on Education and Development comprises of two major sections. Section one
explores education and development from the perspective of its foundations which lie in
philosophy, sociology and psychology. It also explores the political, economic and cultural
dimensions of the development of education. Section two traces the development of
education in India from a historical perspective. It looks at pre-independence and postindependence
periods to the present era of globalization. In the light of this historical
development of education in India, the course examines some contemporary issues in
education. Educational development is also deliberated in a comparative framework in
terms of both national as well as international perspectives.

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Where and when
Starts Location
Different dates available
Online
Starts Different dates available
Location
Online

Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

The objectives of the course are to familiarize the scholars with key concepts, debates and diverse perspectives in education and development and to build on the foundational bases on education. This course would enable scholars to critically reflect on contemporary discourses and issues in education.

· Who is it intended for?

POST GRADUATE STUDENTS CAN APPLY

· Requirements

ID PROOF RESIDENTIAL PROOF EDUCATIONAL DOCUMENTS PASS PORT SIZE PHOTO RESUME

· Qualification

PG IN RELEVENT SUBJECT

· What happens after requesting information?

REGISTRATION & ENROLLMENTS

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DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Angelina Sen
5.0 01/07/2016
What I would highlight: Very convenient! Excellent! Could study in my time. Thanks to the team I am on a good job now! Best guidance & counselling provided. Very Honest & straight! Education is the best knowledge they provide. Guided me beyond my expectations. A special thanks to the Director. She motivated me to do the best course and not to look back but move ahead. A humble and a hearty thanks to Madam.
What could be improved: Nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Mitchelle D.
5.0 01/01/2016
What I would highlight: Best for the working professionals. No time restrictions- I am on a good job now.
What could be improved: Nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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CHANDAN KOLI
5.0 01/08/2015
What I would highlight: Self-learning program as I am a working professional. Exams on demand .
What could be improved: Nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

Management
Sage
Testing
Computer
IT Management
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About Books
Research
Statistics
World Literature
Education
Education in

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SNEHA SHARMA
SNEHA SHARMA
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Course programme

(Bio Technology, Biochemistry, Botany, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Corporate Secretaryship, Education, Education, Electronics, Information Technology, Microbiology, Home Science, Hotel Management, Hotel Management, Library Science, Management, Physics, Population Studies, Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology, Tourism Management, Zoology) 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 Hypothesis – 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. Hypothesis – Fundamentals of Hypothesis 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 coefficient. 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 METHODS OF EDUCATIONAL ENQUIRY MPED 102 Unit – I Concept of research: Definition – Scientific basis of research – Research paradigms – Positives – Interpretive – Critical – Need for research – Characteristics – Types of research – Thrust areas – Emerging trends – Problems encountered in research. Research Founding agencies – Research Ethics. Unit – II Problem selection and problems statement: Choosing a problem – Sources – Criteria for Selection – significance Justifying problem selection – problem and delimitation – Need for literature review – Hypothesis : Meaning – Importance – Sources – Types : Hypothesis formulation type – I and Type – II – Errors – Sampling : Meaning – Importance Characteristics – Techniques – Choosing a sample size. Unit – III Methods of investigation: Positivist – Empirical – Rational (Quantitative) – Enquiry – Naturalistio Qualitative enquiry – Historical survey – Experimental – Case Study – content analysis – Triangulation : Need for integrated methodological approach. Unit – IV Tools of research: Questionnaires – Observation – Interviews – Construction of tools objectivity – Reliability – Validity – Norms – Standardization process. Unit – V PART – A: Analysis of Research Data: Importance of statistics – Properties of normal probability Curve – Statistical assumptions – ‘F’ and ‘t’ tests – Introduction to analysis of convariance – Multivariate analysis – Multiple regression – canonical correlation – path analysis – Factor analysis – Discriminent Function analysis – profit analysis. PART – B: Now-Parametric Techniques: Need for non-parametric techniques – Binominal test – chisquare – Goodness of Fit-Test of independence – Menemor change test – Fisher exact test – Kolmogrok Smirnov sample test – Change point test – Sign test – Kruska wallis test – wicoxon signed rank test – Median test – Mann whiteney ‘U’ test – Robust rank order best – Siegal Turkey test for scale differences. Unit – VI Writing of research report: Format of Research Report, Effective Synthesis of conceptual, methodological, analytical and communicative perspectives – Operationalization of research findings and their contribution of knowledge – writing a research report : Style, correct uwage, typography – Bibliography and footnote form – Headings – paginations – Tables, Figures and graphs – Evaluating a research report. Unit – VII Computer application to research: Computer application in different stages of research : problem selection – Literature review – Multivariate Statistical analysis through SPSS Package – Research report preparation – role of internet to educational research. Reference Books: 1.Thomas R Black, Understanding Social Scientific Research, Sage, New Delhi, 2001. 2. Nitgel Gilber, Researching Social Life, Sage, New Delhi, 2001. 3. Stehanie Taylor, Ethnographic Research,Sage, New Delhi, 2001. 4. Jabder F Gubriusm & james A Holstein, Handbook of Interview Research, Sage,, New Delhi, 2001. 5. Edward F Fern, Advanced Focus, Group Research, Sage, New Delhi, 2001. 6. Venkatiah S Education in information Age, Daya, New Delhi, 2001. 7. Venkatiah S Education Via internet, Daya, New Delhi, 2001. 8. Sinha BL, Encyclopaedia of Statistics Psychology and Education in 4 Vols, Daya, New Delhi, 2000. 9. Agarwal, Rashmi, Educational Technology and conceptual Understanding, Daya, New Delhi, 2000. COGNITIVE PERSPECTIVES MPED 103 Unit – I Origin of Congnition: Foundation of cognition – Biological – Physiological, sociological, - Psychopharmachological implication of cognition – Cognitive processing. Unit – II Multisensory integration and activations: Sensory integration – Attention – Span of attention – Selective attention – Perception – perceptual process – perceptual theories : classical, Gestalt – Modern sensory physiology, Perceptual development – Distortion in perception – Perceptual system – Organization style and transactionalism – Learning Process – Memory Process – Memory activation strategies – Information processing approaches. Unit – III Thinking: types, aspects, thought processes, factors and determinants of thinking – Effect of bio, socio, psycho deterministic factors of thinking – Levels of thinking – Tools of ideational thinking – Reflective thinking – Critical and Creative thinking – Role of thinking in problem Solving. Unit – IV Language processing: Language acquisition – Comprehension of language skills – Psycho, Socio, linguistic intervention on language development – Derivational factors in language development. Unit – V Meta cognition: Concept, Features, determinates and structure of meta – Cognition – Executive Control processes – Conscious and non-Conscious Consideration of automatic cognitive processes – Models of meta – cognition – principles of meta – cognitive instructions and regulation – Effect of unleveled and multilevel meta – Cognitive training in educational environment. Reference Books: 1. Stephen E Little, Paul Quintas & Tim Ray, managing knowledge, sage, New Delhi, 2001. 2. Sapra, Rekha, Beyond cognition : Implications for Education, Sage New Delhi 2001. 3. Robert Westwood, The Language of Organization, Sage New Delhi, 2001. 4. Vygotsky LS, Educational Psychology, Daya, New Delhi, 1999. 5. Sharma, vimalesh, Cognitive Styles and Language Comprehension of the Blind, Daya, New Delhi, 2001. 6. Nagpal, Shakuntla, Effective Instrumentional Strategies for cognitive Development, Daya, New Delhi, 2000. 7. Dandapani, S.A. Textbook of Advanced Educational Psychology, Daya, New Delhi, 2000.

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