Faculty Development Program (FDP) on Research Methodology & Data Analysis
Presidency College of Management Sciences (PCMS) is going to conduct a 2- day faculty development program (FDP) on research methodology including data analysis that will be a practical and interactive program aimed to develop an understanding in designing and carrying out research and guide teachers for research papers and dissertation. This FDP will offer a practical hands-on approach to use data analysis tools, MS-EXCEL and software package-SPSS through case examples and skill-building exercises. It will provide a comprehensive understanding of research methodology that can better equip faculty to effectively guide their own research and students' research work. FDP primarily focused on introducing various research methodologies and also statistical concepts. The purpose of the program is to develop participants into competent and confident users of SPSS to enable them to conduct independent data analysis for their own research needs. The program would provide the participants with hands-on experience in interpreting output from software packages like SPSS.

Thank you very much for applying to FDP for Teachers organized by the Presidency College of Management Sciences. To help us better design the program, we would like to learn more about your skills and background.

We look forward to welcoming you, and to hearing your thoughts on this important new initiative.

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