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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY - PONDICHERY UNIVERSITY 2007 M.B.A I...

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PONDICHERY UNIVERSITY – 2007 M.B.A I SEMESTER REGULAR EXAMINATION SUB: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (HRM/MARKETING/FINANCE/IB) TIME: 3HR MARKS: 100 SECTION A –(5 x 6 = 30 marks) Answer any FIVE questions 1. What criteria should a research problem satisfy? 2. Write a short note on null hypothesis . 3. What do you mean by sampling error? 4. What is participant observation? 5. Narrate the properties of normal distribution. 6. What is a decision tree? 7. What do you understand by discriminate analysis? 8. What are the different types of research report? SECTION B –(5 x 10 = 50 marks) Answer any FIVE questions 9. Elaborate the steps involved in conducting survey research. 10. Discuss the various steps involved in the preparation of a research design. 11. Describe the guidelines to be followed in constructing a Questionnaire. 12. What are the main points of differences between cluster sampling and stratified sampling? 13. A sample of 400 male students has the mean height of 67.47 inches .Can this simple be regarded as coming from a population with mean height 67.39 inches and standard deviation 1.3 inches .Test at 5 % level of
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