Mangaluru: YIASCM organizes pre-training workshop on data analysis

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Mangaluru, Apr 16: Yen-Refined, Yenepoya Research Centre for Finance and Entrepreneurship Development, a Research Centre of The Yenepoya Institute of Arts, Science, Commerce and Management (YIASCM), Yenepoya (Deemed to be University) organised a pre-training workshop on data analysis and AMOS on April 12.

Dr Muneza Khagzi, associate professor and coordinator of student affairs, TAPMI, MAHE adorned the event as the chief guest. Joining her were the esteemed principal of YIASCM, Dr Arun Bhagwath, the vice principal, Dr Jeevan Raj, and the coordinator of YEN-REFINED, Dr Niyaz Panakaje. Their presence set the tone for a day filled with knowledge sharing and collaborative learning.

The inaugural session commenced with a prayer led by Abdul Rasheed, assistant professor, department of humanities and social sciences, YIASCM followed by a warm welcome address by Dr Prashanth, associate professor of Yen-Refined. The lighting of the lamp by dignitaries on the dais symbolized the enlightenment and quest for knowledge.

The co-ordinator of YEN-REFINED, Dr Niyaz Panakaje accentuated the importance of research skills in the journey of research and how such workshops have an impact on the conduct of research.

Dr Muneza Khagzi, the chief guest in her address to the gathering, delved into the intricate world of research, enlightening us on the journey from conceptualizing research ideas to achieving impactful research publications. Her insights provided a valuable framework for aspiring researchers, emphasizing the significance of innovation and persistence in the pursuit of academic excellence.

Following Dr Khagzi's thought-provoking discourse, Dr Arun Bhagwath, the principal of YIASCM, took the stage to shed light on the vital aspects of research integrity and ethics. His address highlighted the importance of upholding ethical standards in research, cautioning against malpractices such as research falsification and data alteration. Dr Arun Bhagwath's emphasis on maintaining the integrity of research findings resonated deeply with the audience, reaffirming our commitment to scholarly integrity.

The crux of the workshop lay in the expertise shared by our esteemed resource persons. Dr Shakira Irfana, associate professor at Yen-Refined, YIASCM captivated the audience with her elucidation on theoretical frameworks underpinning parametric and non-parametric tests. Her lucid explanations provided a solid foundation for understanding the intricacies of statistical analysis, empowering participants to navigate the complexities of empirical research with confidence.

Dr Niyaz Panakaje and S M Riha Parvin, research scholar at Srinivas University seamlessly guided participants through the practical aspects of data analysis using SPSS and AMOS, unravelling the mysteries of these powerful analytical tools. Their comprehensive sessions not only demystified the intricacies of data analysis but also equipped participants with the skills to interpret and derive meaningful insights from empirical data.

As the day drew to a close, participants departed with a wealth of knowledge and newfound expertise, poised to embark on their research endeavours with renewed vigour and confidence.

The workshop helped to carry the spirit of learning and collaboration nurtured in the sessions, as the participants continue to push the boundaries of knowledge and innovation in the field of data analysis and research.





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