Workshop on research methodology commences at KU
Srinagar, Feb 21: A week-long workshop on research methodology for scholars in Social Sciences commenced at Kashmir University Tuesday.
Prof A M Shah, Dean Academic Affairs, Prof Syed Fayaz, Registrar, Dr Farooq Fayaz Director Academic staff college and Dr Showkat A Shah programme coordinator were present on the occasion.
Prof A M Shah in his address said he was delighted to see research scholars being trained for research methodology.
He told them to have an extensive review of the literature about the research questions they are focussing at.
Prof Shah said: “As Dean academics while going through various synopsis of prospective scholars I at times see missing links between hypothesis and the objectives.”
“Be very careful while preparing the synopsis” the KU PRO quoted Shah as saying.
In his address Prof Syed Fayaz said such activities would raise the academic standard at KU and help improve the quality of teaching.
In his welcome address, Dr Farooq Fayaz Director Academic Staff college said that the KU’s staff college was a premier institution of the state for the upgradation of knowledge and skills of college and university teachers.
Course coordinator Dr Showkat A Shah while underlining the need for organising the courses said that scholars lack proper guidance in research methodology. Idreees Yousuf, Assistant Professor, ASC presented vote of thanks.
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