We have to reduce time lag and strengthen the database for future predictions based on research : Prof. M.M. Goel

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Gurugram/ Meerut , 26 February : “To minimize the data limitations for research without plagiarism, we have to reduce time lag between the collection and publication of data on socio – economic indicators and strengthen the data base for future prediction,” said  Vice Chancellor Starex University Gurugram and Founder Needonomics School of Thought.


He was speaking at the inaugural function of the FDP at Chaudhary Charan Singh University Meerut began today. His topic was “Challenges in Social Sciences Research with Ethical Perspectives”. Prof. Dinesh Kumar FDP coordinator delivered the welcome address and introduced Prof. M.M. Goel.

We have to reduce time lag and strengthen the database for future predictions based on research : Prof. M.M. Goel 2


To address social ills of corruption, consumerism, selfishness, we have to adopt needonomics with alertness, awakening and awareness (AAA), told Vice Chancellor Starex University.


 To understand ethical perspectives of research, we should interpret the data with the help of statistical package of social sciences (SPSS) which is necessary but not sufficient and calls for proper analysis to draw policy implications on socially relevant topics, believes Professor Goel.   


There is a need for policy implication oriented research and not only t-value significance at 95 percent level of significance with many disconnections, said Professor Goel.


The research in social sciences is a donkey work requiring diligent researchers with higher emotional quotient (EQ) more than intelligence quotient (IQ) which is possessed by the computers using artificial intelligence in present times,“ believes Prof. Goel.


The quality of research is directly correlated with the infrastructure, commitment of the researchers and can be done by having capabilities, desire and to enjoy it, told Prof. Goel.


To improve the quality of research, the researchers have to be street smart (simple, moral, action oriented, responsive and transparent) with commitment, told Goel.
 
 

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