About the organiser/college/university:
Sathyabama School of Law aspires to be an internationally-renowned centre for research and teaching in law. School of Law is dedicated in advancing human dignity, social welfare and justice through knowledge of law.
School of Law offers B.A.LL.B (Honours), B.Com.LL.B (Honours) and B.B.A.LL.B (Honours) Programmes. Our courses are academically rigorous, informed by the latest research. Courses are taught by dedicated, efficient and industrious faculty and a cadre of intellects that includes respected judges and experienced practitioners. We work with a wide variety of groups including the legal profession, policy makers, research bodies and organizations.
This reacts our strength in many fields of legal and socio-legal research and this give our students the opportunity to interact with internationally-respected scholars. Our programmes will prepare students for a career in the legal profession and beyond.
The curriculum has been designed to provide with a strong foundation in the core subjects coupled with opportunities to pursue optional courses in areas of undergraduate’s choosing.
One of the unique facets of the School of Law is the opportunity provided for students to take part in both national and international competitions. This allows students to expand on the knowledge obtained through the compulsory moot and internal competitions whilst also affording the opportunity to meet fellow students across numerous institutions.
These will enhance the required qualities in the dynamic legal industry. Students will acquire the legal knowledge, skills and values needed to help others and to distinguish themselves by making a true impact upon the world.
About the workshop:
Research Methodology Workshop will enhance the knowledge and skills of the Students, Research Scholars, Faculty and Industry Professionals in the domain of research.
This workshop is an effort to enrich the students and Research scholars in social science on research methodology and expected to cover the basics of research methodology focusing on theoretical and practical inputs.
Specifically the formulation of research problem, formulation of research hypothesis and testing of hypothesis, conducting literature review, data collection methods, selection of appropriate parametric or non-parametric statistical method for analyzing data, and report writing.
This workshop will impact theoretical, methodological and statistical instructions enabling the participants to find and solve the Contemporary Societal issues and Challenges.
Who is it for/eligibility:
Open to Students, Research Scholars, Prospective Researchers, Faculty and Industry Professionals.
Objective of the workshop:
- To enable the participants understand basic concepts & methodology of Research such as define research problem, developing an approach to research problem and selection of suitable research design.
- To impart capabilities towards the Steps in the process of Research for formulation and testing of hypothesis based on the nature of research.
- To comprehend appropriateness of statistical software packages for analyzing research data.
- To enable the participants to understand report writing.
- To equip the participants in solving issues and challenges during the research
- To make aware the participants about latest trends in social science research discipline.
Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Registration forms along with DD shall be sent to:
Dr. Dilshad Shaik Dean, School of Law Sathyabama Instute of Science and Technology
Chennai‐600119, Tamil Nadu, India
Please note: Accommodation, Transport, Actives and Extras such as tours and dinners are not included in the registration.
Mode of payment:
DD drawn in favour of “Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology” payable at Chennai, on or before 28th February 2019.
The registration fee includes working lunch, refreshments and certificate of participation. Registration commences by 8:30 am.
Spot registration is available on prior request. Confirm your participation through e‐mail.
1. Last Date for Registration: 28th February, 2019.
2. Dates of the Workshop: 7th & 8th March, 2019.
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