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CHENANI: Government Degree College (BJP), Chenani initiated the Phase I of the series of workshops and faculty Development Programme on Research Methodology and Research Metrics on 6th Dec. 2020.The idea was conceived and conceptualized after the creation of a Sustainable Mini Research Ecosystem at GDC, Chenani.The whole programme aims at exposing the faculty and students to various research methods available across different disciplines and to make them appreciate the common standard practice of investigation, analysis and exploration.The series of workshops will revolve around various aspects like the very idea of research and its scope; designing proposals; philosophical foundations of research; qualitative and quantitative inquiries; statistical reasoning and various techniques of data analysis; professional ethics; reporting the research and issues of plagiarism etc.During the phase I which was a motivational and experience sharing session, Dr. Arjun Shukla, a research enthusiast, recipient of several research accolades and faculty member from Govt. M.H College, Jabalpur (MP) and Dr. Annie Jamwal, an Ayurvedic Physician turned researcher in Bio-and Social Anthropology were the resource persons.The two young, avid researchers deliberated at length on the importance of research in academics and encouraged the faculty members and students to get involved into it for its potential benefits.Dr. Pragya Khanna, Principal of the College expressed her gratitude to the resource persons for sharing their expertise, experience and excellence in their respective fields.
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