News & Events

Date of Event(s) December 18th, 2023
Department/Association/Cell/Committee Library
Venue (Mention the platform if it is online) Room No:003
Number of Participants 16
Target Audience PG Students
Resource Person(s) with qualification(if applicable) Dr. Rosaline Jayanthi M.Com, M.Phil, Ph.D
Place of visit/ details of Industrial Visit place(if applicable):
Event Coordinator S.Dheenadhayalini

The Knowledge Centre organized a research article activity aimed at enhancing research skills for PG students. The activity took place on December 18th, 2023 at PG class room 003.

Objective of the program
• To familiarize participants with the structure and components of a research article.
• To educate participants on effective methods of data collection and analysis.
• To demonstrate how to access and utilize online resources for research purposes.
• Presentation on Research Articles

The resource person's presentation on the outline of research article construction gave important insights into the essential elements of a research paper. In particular, this paper explores the topic of data gathering techniques and the section that emphasizes the use of online resources.

The resource person Dr.RosalineJayanthistarted off by outlining the essential components of a research paper and emphasized the significance of having an orderly framework in order to effectively communicate information. The introduction, literature review, methods, results, discussion, and conclusion were the main components that were emphasized. The resource person outlined the importance of selecting appropriate methods based on the research question and objectives. Various data collection techniques, such as surveys, interviews, observations, and experiments, were elucidated upon, with an emphasis on their respective strengths and limitations. She highlighted the significance of properly citing online resources to maintain academic integrity.

Outcome of the program
The research article activity successfully achieved its objectives by providing participants with valuable insights into research article structures, data collection methods, and online resource utilization. The interactive nature of the session fostered active participation and engagement. There were sixteen PG students present for the session.

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