Advanced Research Methodology and Writing High Quality Research Paper for Scopus Indexed Journals

In the last two decades, emerging theories in qualitative and quantitative research have drawn attention to the complexities inherent in research. In light of these theories, research can no longer be regarded unproblematic, objective, or value free, where data is neutrally and naturally collected, interpreted and textualized by disinterested researchers. Rather, research methodology has become a problematized and contested terrain depicting a double crisis of representation and legitimation. What is (and why) this double crisis? And what implications might it have for the field of qualitative research and for the researcher working (in) that field?

Attempting to answer those questions and the various issues underlying them is the primary objective of this FDP. We will do this by combining a theoretical and practical approach to the study of qualitative methodology in order to “learn to attend to the politics of what we do and do not do (as researchers)” and “to ‘read out’ the epistemologies in our various practices”. The second objective of the FDP is to explore both the “hows” or research (providing ample opportunities for you to “practice” them) and, at the same time, examine the underlying assumptions and values of qualitative research practices-your own as well as a variety of other strategies and orientations.

For undergoing high quality research one requires to collect, interpret and logically document the information. Selection of an appropriate statistical tool as a decision making tool is often a difficult task without proper understanding of the theoretical concept and meaningful interpretation. Thus the decision makers should be made versed with research methodology and the core philosophy of statistics.

JIM in its constant endeavor to improve management skills has initiated this movement to improve the quality of research. The Seven Days (June, 2019) faculty development programme on “Advanced Research methodology and writing high quality research paper for scopus Indexed Journals” has been scheduled keeping in view the need among academicians, researchers and consultants to strengthen their research skills. The present programme is designed in such a way so as to give exposure to the participants about research problems formulation, application of appropriate research design and skills of data generation, data processing and statistical analysis at both basic and advanced level.

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Programme Objectives

  • Concept development of the researchers and faculty to define research problem and framework
  • Help faculty and research scholar to formulate a research proposal
  • Guide faculty and researchers in developing suitable research methodology and data analytical tools
  • To provide a hands-on experience of the models and tools used for conducting research in the different subject domains
  • To provide exposure to the participants to various multi-variate methods in research and understand advanced issues of research like structural equation modeling.
  • Train researchers to draw better conclusion from the analysis
  • Guide researchers in writing a research paper
  • To develop the flair for reading & critiquing research articles.

Target Participants

  • Academicians and Faculty in the area of Management/Art/Humanities!
  • Research scholars from different areas of social science.
  • Research Scholars who need statistical and analytical assistance in their Ph.D. course work.

Programme Outcome

  • Conceptual clarity of the research process and methodology
  • Insights into different research design
  • Familiarity with tools and techniques of management decision making approach.
  • Discussions and Interaction by Experts and share experience with co-participants across India
  • The programme focus on maximizing hands on development of practical skill.

PEDAGOGY

A mix of pedagogical tools will be used- cases, lectures, discussions, presentations and experiential exercises. Hands on experience will be given on SPSS, AMOS and MS-Excel. Participants will be provided with the relevant industry example data sets for the purpose of analysis in order to facilitate the experiential learning.

CERTIFICATION

All participants shall be awarded with certificates of participation after the completion of the program.

PROGRAMME CONTENT

The course content has been designed to provide a thorough understanding of various aspect of Advance research methodology and data analytical tools that ensures a common thread linking all the research methods on the anvil in the programme. The following main issues will be covered in the programme.

Session Overview

Day 1: Faculty Development Programme Sessions

Timings Resource Person Content
9:00 – 9:45 AM Registration and Networking
9:45- 10:00 AM Inauguration
Session 1

10:00-11:30 AM

Prof. Anita Goyal · Introduction to Research.

· Conducting a review of literature

· Identification of research problem

11:30-11:40 Tea Break
Session 2

11:40-1:10PM

Prof. Anita Goyal · How to identify research gaps?

· How to set objectives of research?

· How to develop Questionnaire?

1:10-2:00 PM Lunch
Session 3

2:00-3:30 PM

Prof. Sanjiv Mittal · Data collection, Primary and Secondary data

· SPSS – Introduction

· Defining variables, Variable Types, Data Entry, Data Sorting.

3:30-3:40 PM Tea Break
3:40 – 5:10 PM Prof. Sanjiv Mittal · Merging cases and Variables

· Data Cleaning and dealing with Missing values

Day 2 : Faculty Development Programme Sessions

Timings Resource Person Content
Session 1

10:00-11:30 AM

Prof. Sanjiv Mittal · Measure of central tendency

· Assumptions of Normality, Variability and Shape

11:30-11:40 Tea Break
Session 2

11:40-1:10 PM

Prof. Sanjiv Mittal · Measurement and scaling

· Sampling Design and Procedure

1:10-2:00 PM Lunch
Session 3

2:00-3:30 PM

Prof. Sanjiv Mittal · From research question to hypotheses

· Sampling distributions

· Crafting of hypotheses

· Types of hypotheses

3:30-3:40 PM Tea Break
Session 4

3:40-5:10 PM

Prof. Sanjiv Mittal · How to set alternate hypotheses

· Level of significance

· Descriptive Statistics–Using frequencies, descriptive, explore, cross tabs functions

Day 3 : Faculty Development Programme Sessions

Timings Resource Person Content
Session 1

10:00-11:30 AM

Prof. Saurabh Aggarwal · Introduction of Non-Parametric and Parametric test.

· 1-Sample sign test, Freidman test, Mann-Whitney, Run test, Wilcoxon test and Kruskal- Wallis test.

11:30-11:40 Tea Break
Session 2

11:40-1:10 PM

Prof. Saurabh Aggarwal · T-test –One sample,Two sample and Paired T-test.Z test.
1:10-2:00 PM Lunch
Session 3

2:00-3:30 PM

Prof. Saurabh Aggarwal · One –Way ANOVA, Two-wayANOVA and ANCOVA in SPSS
3:30-3:40 PM Tea Break
Session 4

3:40-5:10 PM

Prof. Saurabh Aggarwal · MANOVA and MANCOVA in SPSS

 

Day 4 : Faculty Development Programme Sessions

Timings Resource Person Content
Session 1

10:00-11:30 AM

Prof. Saurabh Aggarwal · Correlation–Bivariate, Partial and Canonical

· Linear Regression

11:30-11:40 Tea Break
Session 2

11:40-1:10 PM

Prof. Saurabh Aggarwal · Multivariate Regression

· Regression with dummy variables

1:10-2:00 PM Lunch
Session 3

2:00-3:30 PM

Prof. Saurabh Aggarwal · Measuring interaction effect in regression

· Logistic Regression

3:30-3:40 PM Tea Break
Session 4

3:40-5:10 PM

Prof. Saurabh Aggarwal · Discriminant Analysis

Day 5 : Faculty Development Programme Sessions

Timings Resource Person Content
Session 1

10:00-11:30 AM

Dr Ajay Chauhan · Introduction to Factor Analysis

· Exploratory Factor analysis (EFA)

11:30-11:40 Tea Break
Session 2

11:40-1:10 PM

Dr Ajay Chauhan · Confirmatory factor analysis CFA
1:10-2:00 PM Lunch
Session 3

2:00-3:30 PM

Dr Ajay Chauhan · Cluster Analysis: Hierarchical and Non-Hierarchical. Segmentation.
3:30-3:40 PM Tea Break
Session 4

3:40-5:10 PM

Dr Ajay Chauhan · Validation and Profiling Cluster using Chi-Square with Case Study.

Day 6 : Faculty Development Programme Sessions

Timings Resource Person Content
Session 1

10:00-11:30 AM

Dr Ajay Chauhan · Introduction to SEM

· Testing of Statistical assumptions and addressing common method bias

· Reliability and validity testing, Structural Model Assessment

11:30-11:40 Tea Break
Session 2

11:40-1:10 PM

Dr Ajay Chauhan · Path analysis (Direct, Indirect)

· Boot Strapping

1:10-2:00 PM Lunch
Session 3

2:00-3:30 PM

Dr Ajay Chauhan · Hand on practice (AMOS)

· Writing and discussion of SEM results in research papers

3:30-3:40 PM Tea Break
Session 4

3:40-5:10 PM

Dr Ajay Chauhan · Moderated Mediation and Multi group Analysis

Day 7 : Faculty Development Programme Sessions

Timings Resource Person Content
Session 1

10:00-11:30 AM

Prof. Sajeet Pradhan ·         How & Where to begin a study?

·         How to write an Introduction?

·         Importance of a Research Paper’s Title

·         How to write an Abstract?

11:30-11:40 Tea Break
Session 2

11:40-1:10 PM

Prof. Sajeet Pradhan · Literature review

· How to avoid plagiarism

· How to develop a theoretical framework?

1:10-2:00 PM Lunch
Session 3

2:00-3:30 PM

Prof. Sajeet Pradhan · How to design a study?

· How to deal with Data?

· How to discuss the findings?

· How to conclude?

· Discussion on Qualitative study

3:30-3:40 PM Tea Break
Session 4

3:40-5:10 PM

Prof. Sajeet Pradhan · Referencing (In the main text as well as at the end)

· How to identify pertinent journals and publish during various stages of your research.

· Promoting research using Social Media platforms like, Research gate,Blogs,LinkedIn

· Google Scholar

Note :- Participants are advised to bring their personal laptops for hands-on sessional free trial version of
SPSS will be loaded by us on their laptop.

Time: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm

Contact Us

JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT

Block A, Gate No 2, Shaktikhand IV,
Indirapuram, Ghaziabad-201014
Ph: 0120-4550100
Toll Free No.: 1800-102-3488
www.jaipuria.edu.in


Prof. (Dr.) Daviender Narang
Director
Jaipuria Institute of Management
Indirapuram, Ghaziabad

Organizing Team


Dr. Ashwani Varshney
ashwanivarshney@gmail.com
09958077088

Dr. Neelu Tiwari
neelutiwari82@gmail.com
09711163395


Dr. Nidhi Mathur
nidhi.mathur@jaipuria.edu.in
09818305602

For further enquiries

fdp@jaipuria.edu.in