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October 2015
Law and its types

Law and its types

LAW All the rules and regulations that are required to maintain a community, organization, society, or a country are referred as its laws. Laws regulate the behavior of the members of the community. There are property laws, constitutional laws, contract law, criminal law, religious law, and even international law governing relations between nations. In a...Read More

Need and Scope of Educational Planning

Definition Educational Planning is defined as: “The process of determining the objectives of education, educational institutions, or educational programs and the means (activities, procedures, resources, etc.) for attaining them.” or “The process of making arrangements or preparations to facilitate the training, instruction or study that leads to the acquisition of skills or knowledge, or the...Read More
Qualitative vs Quantitative Research

Qualitative vs Quantitative Research

What is Research? Research is the systematic, rigorous investigation of a situation or problem in order to generate new knowledge or validate existing knowledge. On a broader perspective, all researches can be classified into two groups: Qualitative Research Quantitative Research Qualitative Research Qualitative research is research dealing with phenomena that are difficult or impossible to...Read More
Research and Development (R&D)

Research and Development (R&D)

Introduction Like any other business, organization or field of life, Education is also facing many challenges in this rapid changing era. To cope with the challenges, development in the field of education is a must, which can be brought best through research. Research and Development activities can help to evolve existing curricula, learning materials, teaching...Read More