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My sister is doing MBA from Delhi. She wants to make a project on Research Methodology. So she is searching for PPT files to get material to make project. So will you provide sample PPT filed based on Research Methodology for MBA Program? If you have any information in pdf format, so also provide it as soon as possible.
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Here I have PPT and Pdf files for information about Research Methodology for MBA Program.

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Research Methodology

Learning objectives:
After reading this lesson, you should be able to understand:
Meaning, Objectives And Types Of Research
Qualities Of Researcher
Significance Of Research
Research Process
Research Problem
Features, Importance, Characteristics, Concepts And Types Of Research Design
Case Study Research
Hypothesis And Its Testing
Sample Survey And Sampling Methods

Meaning Of Research:
Research in simple terms refers to search for knowledge. It is a
scientific and systematic search for information on a particular topic or
issue. It is also known as the art of scientific investigation. Several social
scientists have defined research in different ways.

In the Encyclopedia of Social Sciences, D. Slesinger and M.
Stephension (1930) defined research as “the manipulation of things,
concepts or symbols for the purpose of generalizing to extend, correct
or verify knowledge, whether that knowledge aids in the construction of
theory or in the practice of an art”.

According to Redman and Mory (1923), research is a “systematized
effort to gain new knowledge”. It is an academic activity and therefore the
term should be used in a technical sense. According to Clifford Woody
(kothari, 1988), research comprises “defining and redefining problems,
formulating hypotheses or suggested solutions; collecting, organizing
and evaluating data; making deductions and reaching conclusions; and
finally, carefully testing the conclusions to determine whether they fit the
formulated hypotheses”.

Thus, research is an original addition to the available knowledge,
which contributes to its further advancement. It is an attempt to pursue
truth through the methods of study, observation, comparison and
experiment. In sum, research is the search for knowledge, using objective
and systematic methods to find solution to a problem.

Objectives Of Research:
The objective of research is to find answers to the questions by
applying scientific procedures. In other words, the main aim of research
is to find out the truth which is hidden and has not yet been discovered.
Although every research study has its own specific objectives, the research
objectives may be broadly grouped as follows:
1. To gain familiarity with new insights into a phenomenon (i.e.,
formulative research studies);

2. To accurately portray the characteristics of a particular individual,
group, or a situation (i.e., descriptive research studies);

3. To analyse the frequency with which something occurs (i.e.,
diagnostic research studies); and

4. To examine the hypothesis of a causal relationship between two
variables (i.e., hypothesis-testing research studies).

Research Methods Versus Methodology:
Research methods include all those techniques/methods that are
adopted for conducting research. Thus, research techniques or methods
are the methods that the researchers adopt for conducting the research
studies.

On the other hand, research methodology is the way in which
research problems are solved systematically. It is a science of studying how
research is conducted scientifically. Under it, the researcher acquaints
himself/herself with the various steps generally adopted to study a
research problem, along with the underlying logic behind them. Hence, it is not only important for the researcher to know the research techniques/
methods, but also the scientific approach called methodology.

Research Approaches:
There are two main approaches to research, namely quantitative
approach and qualitative approach. The quantitative approach involves
the collection of quantitative data, which are put to rigorous quantitative
analysis in a formal and rigid manner. This approach further includes
experimental, inferential, and simulation approaches to research.
Meanwhile, the qualitative approach uses the method of subjective
assessment of opinions, behaviour and attitudes. Research in such a
situation is a function of the researcher’s impressions and insights. The
results generated by this type of research are either in non-quantitative
form or in the form which cannot be put to rigorous quantitative analysis.
Usually, this approach uses techniques like indepth interviews, focus group
interviews, and projective techniques.

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