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Sports university VC addresses session on research at USTM

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GUWAHATI, Feb 26: A research is conducted to test a theory through deductive logic and develop a theory through inductive logic, stated J P Verma, vice-chancellor of the Sri Sri Aniruddhadeva Sports University while addressing a session at the University of Science and Technology Meghalaya (USTM) on Monday.

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The session was organised by the Internal Quality Assurance Cell of USTM.

Verma made an insightful presentation on ‘Writing a Quality Research Paper: Reviewer’s Perspective’. He stated that theories are developed by observing a phenomenon. For example: If patients start arriving more in number in a health centre, there must be an outbreak of some disease. Or, if most of the sports persons are medal winners from a particular university, their training program may be superior to that of other universities.

He shared his knowledge from the reviewers’ perspective in a research work. He mentioned the rules and regulations of research which included the importance of research objectives, data collection, detection of outliers with the help of SPSS through Boxplot, assumptions violate, development of hypothesis, authenticity issues in experimental research, sample size and effectiveness of research, variance.

GD Sharma, vice-chancellor of USTM delivered the welcome address on the occasion. The concluding remark was delivered by USTM advisor R K Sharma. Pro vice-chancellor B K Das delivered the vote of thanks.

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Before joining the position of the founder vice-chancellor of the Sri Sri Aniruddhadeva Sports University of Assam, J P Verma had an experience of over 38 years as a faculty at the Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education (Deemed University) in Gwalior. He has published 45 research papers/articles in the area of sports, physical education and allied sciences in reputed international journals. His books have been adopted by departments of many foreign universities as a part of their curriculum.

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