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EC : ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Duration: Three Hours Maximum Marks: 100 Read the following instructions carefully.
1. This question paper contains 24 printed pages i-zI~?ii.lp pages for rough work. Please check all pages and report discrepancy, if any.
2. Write your registration number, your name an2 -ZY CF the examination centre at the specified locations on the right half of the Optical Response Sheet ORS ..
3. Using HB pencil, darken the appropriate hub?!? ~nc!er each digit of your registration number and the letters corresponding to your paper code.
4. All questions in this paper are of objective type.
5. Questions must be answered on Optical Res~cs? Sheet (ORS) by darkening the appropriate bubble (marked A, B, C, D) using HB pencil against rk osesrion number on the left hand side of the ORS. Each question has only one correct answer. In case ycu wish to change an answer, erase the old answer completely. More than one answer bubbled agairrr: a question will be treated as an incorrect response.
6. There are a total of 60 auestions carrying 1W r3!s. Questions 1 through 20 are 1-mark questions, questions 2 1 through 60 are 2-mark questions.
7. Questions 51 through 56 (3 pairs) are common dzs owstions and question pairs (57,58) and (59,60) are linked answer questions. The answer to the seconc! Suestion of the above 2 pairs depends on the answer to the first question of the pair. If the first aucsrion in the linked pair is wrongly answered or is un-attempted, then the answer to the second quei:ic?n ir~ che pair will not be evaluated.
8. Un-attempted questions will carry zero marks.
9. Wrong answers will carry NEGATIVE marks. For Q.! ro Q.20, 5 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. For Q. 21 to Q. 56, % mark will be ded?lcred for each wrong answer. The question pairs (Q.57, Q.58), and (Q.59, 4.60) are questions W?L!-I lidied answers. There will be negative marks only for wrong answer to the first question of the linked zqsv.vtr question pair i.e. for 4.57 and Q.59, % mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. There is nc c?~?-:ivc marking for Q.58 and 4.60.
10. Calculator (without data connectivity) is allow9 i?i r3c examination hall. 11. Charts, graph sheets or tables are NOT allowed !n -'.o examination hall.
12. Rough work can be done on the question pa- iself. .Additionally, blank pages are given at the end of the question paper for rough work.
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The course work for the doctoral research has been made mandatory by
the UGC. Kadi Sarva Vishwavidyalaya has decided to implement this
aspect on the immediate basis for the benefit of the students pursuing
Ph.D. The course work is designed in such a way as to support, motivate
and encourage quality research. By undergoing this course work, the
student will get equipped with fundamentals of research methodology,
scientific communication and also recent developments in the field of
specialization. The course work has to be completed by the student in a
satisfactory way before submission of his/her dissertation thesis.
Paper-I: Research Methodology
Section-A (Common to all faculties)
1) Introduction to Research Methodology: Meaning of Research,
Objectives of Research, Motivations in Research, Types of
Research, Research Approaches, Significance of Research,
Research Methods v/s Methodology, Research and Scientific
Methods, Research Process, Criteria of Good Research – 3
2) Defining the Research Problem: What is Research Problem?,
Selecting the Problem, Necessity of and Techniques in defining the
problem – 6
3) Research Design: Meaning, Need, Features of Good Design,
Concepts, Types. Basic Principles of Experimental Design,
Developing a Research Plan – 6
4) Sample Design: Implication, Steps. Criteria for selecting a sample
procedure, Characteristics of Good sampling Procedure, Types of
Sample Design, Selecting Random Samples, Complex random
sampling Design – 7
5) Measurement and Scaling Techniques: Measurement in Research,
Measurement Scales, Sources of Errors in measurement, Tests of
Second measurement, Technique of developing Measurement
Tools, Meaning of Scaling, Scale Classification Bases, Important
Scaling Techniques, Scale Construction Techniques – 10
6) Methods of Data Collection: Collection of Primary Data,
Observation Method, Interview method, Collection of Data through
questionnaire and Schedules, Other methods. Collection of
Secondary Data, Selection of appropriate method for data
collection, Case Study Method, Guidelines for developing
questionnaire, successful interviewing. Survey v/s experiment –