Herald: National seminar on trends and challenges in research
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National seminar on trends and challenges in research

15 Mar 2019 05:38am IST
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15 Mar 2019 05:38am IST
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The Department of Psychology of Rosary College of Commerce and Arts, Navelim, organised

a One-Day National Seminar on the topic Trends and Challenges in Research. The Chief Guest for the Inaugural function was Dr Abdul Shaban, Dy. Director of Tata Institute of Social Science (TISS) Tuljapur Campus, Osmanabad, Maharashtra. The Principal, Rev Dr Simão Diniz welcomed the gathering and expressed concern and need for research. Dr Shaban delivered the key note address. When speaking about the trends in research, Dr Shaban spoke about the increasing investment in research and development, the qualitative nature of research, stream and discipline dominance, increase in collaborations, dominance of English and the globalisation of research.

The first technical session on Challenges in Research was conducted by Dr Manoj Kamat, Principal of Shree Mallikarjun College of Arts and Commerce, Canacona. He stressed that the main challenge in taking up research was to initiate the process of undertaking research, and explained with examples how it was important to move forward against mental barriers.

The second technical session on Research Problem: A Critical Step was conducted by Dr Abdul Shaban, who highlighted the nature, types, sources, features and the importance of a research problem.

The third technical session on Blemishes in Research was conducted by Dr Gopakumar V, Librarian at Goa University. Dr Gopakumar spoke about the process of writing a research report with creating a reading list, preparing the synopsis, data collection and interpretation.

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