Online Faculty Development Program on Identification of Research Tools for Research Problems and Publication Ethics
Amity Business School, Amity University Madhya Pradesh organized a 2-days Online- Faculty Development Program on ‘Identification of Research Tools for Research Problems and Publication Ethics’ 21-22 July,2020.
Total 37 – faculty members, research scholars, industry persons and students from different states like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Chattishgarh, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh etc. participated in this FDP.
This two days Faculty Development Program (FDP) has been organized for the identification of research problems in social sciences and management. The biggest challenge for a researcher is to identify statistical test as per research problem. FDP focused on this problem of researcher. Secondly, identification of correct journal for paper publication is tough today, as many predator journals have come into existence. This FDP helped its attendees to identify predator journal and to remove possibility of plagiarism in a research paper.
In the opening remarks, Deputy Pro VC, AUMP and Director ABS, Prof. (Dr.) Anil Vashisht informed that the purpose of this FDP was to inculcate research skills in participants and to enable them to identify research problem and research tools. This FDP enabled participants to investigate the problem and applied appropriate statistical tool as per research problem. Resource persons of the workshop were Dr. Rohit Singh Tomar and Dr. Deepika Singh Tomar, Associate Professor Amity Business School.
This FDP covered topics like: Identifying Research Problems, Research Problem and Appropriate Research Tool, Where to Publish and Identification of Predatory Journals, Plagiarism and Use of Turnitin
According to deputy Pro VC, AUMP and director ABS, Prof. (Dr.) Anil Vashisht, the successful conduction of the FDP further strengthened the brand image of Amity University Madhya Pradesh, as a research and innovation driven university, among research scholars and academicians across different institutions and universities.