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Topic

Literature Review

Research Work 

(i)Project Title 

(ii)Introduction 

(iii)Objectives 

(iv)Methodology

(v)Year-wise Plan of work and targets to be achieved. 

Financial Assistance required Item Estimated Expenditure

i. Books and Journals 

ii. Equipment, if needed 

iii. Field Work and Travel 

iv. Chemicals and glassware 

v. Contingency ( including special needs) 

Format

  • Cover page;
  • Title page ‚Äď this page is containing the subject of work, the researcher`s data and date of writing;
  • Abstract;
  • Content ‚Äď is placed on the second page, includes the list of headings for all the chapters with the page numbers indication;
  • Introduction ‚Äď here you can point out the reasons why you have started to write your paper and represent thesis as well;
  • Body paragraphs (experiment description and methods) ‚Äď reveals the essence of work, Main work
  • Conclusion ‚Äď imply the interpretation of results received during the research and the brief review of the whole work;
  • Bibliography/reference list ‚Äď means the listing of referenced literature and other information sources;
  • Appendix (if any attachments were present).

 

Topic

 

Navdeep Kaur

Department of Commerce,

Delhi School of Economics, 

Delhi University, 

New Delhi, India

Introduction

Literature review

Objective of research

 

  • A¬†
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

Hypothesis

 

Hypothesis 1:

 

Hypothesis 2: 

 

Hypothesis 3: 

Research methodology

 

Case study If we take examples from literature review case studies are commonly used in case competitions and in job interviews for consulting firms such as McKinsey & Company, CEB Inc. and the Boston Consulting Group

 

Questionnaire survey as quantitative measure upto 0000 data from across India 



Pilot testing and interviews will be done 

 

Snowball sampling 

 

Gaskin, J. (2012). Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) can be done to measure invariance 

 

Common-method variance (CMV) 

 

p-Value 

Research design

 

Present research on Social capital is based on qualitative and quantitative data 

 

Population of study: 

 

Sampling

 

Variables

Independent variables: 

Dependent variables: 

Background variables



Data collection

The study depends on both primary and secondary data.

  • On site, Off site visit
  • Use of google forms
  • Related Research publications, articles
  • Pilot testing
  • Snowball sampling

Chapter I- Introduction 

 

Chapter II- 

 

Chapter III- 

 

Chapter IV- 

 

Chapter V- 

 

Chapter VI- 

 

Chapter VII- Hypothesis Testing 

 

Chapter VIII- Conclusion reports 

 

Past research experience 

 

Papers Published in International Journals Kaur, Navdeep (2015), Value of Social Capital: A New Arena, International Journal of Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies, Vol. 2, No.7, pp 31-34. [ISSN: 2348 ‚Äď 0343]

 

Kaur, Navdeep (2015), FDI in Multi Brand Retail: Effect in Comparable Countries and Indian prospects, South Asian Academic Research Journal, academician: An International Multidisciplinary Research Journal. Vol. 5, Issue-6, (June, 2015), pp 47- 55. [ISSN: 2249 -7137]

 

Bibliography

 

 

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