Probability Bayes Theorem | ASO STATISTICS | EM by VIDEO_CREDITS

Course Overview



Course Details:

  • Content: The course has been formed topic wise. Each topic will be having digital recorded videos, materials and online tests.
  • Content Updates: At regular intervals, we will add new videos and online exams to the existing content and it will be informed to all registered users through e-mails.
  • Live Sessions: We will conduct Interactive Live Sessions for each course we offer, during these sessions students can get clarify their doubts.

Nowadays internet is making a path breaking change in various fields and even education is not free from its influence. In fact, it has transmuted the concept of tutoring within a brief span of time. At Kautilya Career Catalyst, we have an online platform to enable students to attend lectures in the comfort at their homes or work places. We are here to provide guidance and coaching of utmost quality in a scientific manner through systematic modern techniques. In fact, the rapid development in the field of online tutoring is diminishing the difference between online tutoring and real time tutoring. This mode of teaching as well as learning is highly convenient. A broadband connection and a headset are all that are needed for the purpose of online learning. At Kautilya Career Catalyst, we provide systematically complete package pertaining to STATISTICS ENGLISH MEDIUM  course you are registered to including

  •     Pre-recorded videos[150+Videos]
  •     40+ Hours of Training
  •     24/7 Access
  •     E-books
  •     Doubts clarification through direct call/ live chat/ mail.

 

Objective :

Kautilya Career Catalyst is looking forward to prepare candidates with quality and meaningful tutoring experience to assist them in becoming proficient in General Studies and General Abilities the areas essential to excel in all aspects of life. We with our mission statement wish to create a dynamic and sustainable setup of new age teaching methodology where the candidate is guided to use modern day technology but with the traditional approach of teaching.

We are bringing the online training services at your doorstep. Web based tools provide many ways to increase communication between class members and faculty, including video streaming, discussion boards, chats and e-mails. These elements increase student motivation and participation in class discussion. Through discussion boards and chat, each student can view another student's answers and learn through the exposure to different perspective. Web based communication tools give all students a reinforce sense of equality. We assure that if they attend classes regularly & and memories the study material we provide, they must reach to their GOAL.

System Requirements :

  •   Web Browser: FireFox 39.0+, Chrome 43+, or IE 10+
  •   Operating System: Windows, OS X, Linux, Ubuntu
  •   Internet: Good Internet Connectivity

 

 

Paper-II: STATISTICS (Common for All) (Degree Level)

I. Introduction to Statistics Meaning, importance and limitations of statistics - Collection of data - Primary and Secondary data. Sampling (Random, Non Random) - Census - Schedule and questionnaire – Frequency distribution - Tabulation - Diagrammatic and graphic presentation of data.

 

II. Measures of Central Tendency, Dispersion, Skewness and Kurtosis Meaning, objectives and characteristics of measures of central tendency - Types of Averages: Arithmetic Mean, Geometric Mean, Harmonic Mean, Median, Mode, Deciles, Percentiles - Properties of averages and their applications. Dispersion: Meaning and properties - Types: Range, Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation, Coefficient of Variation. Skewness: Meaning - Karl Pearson’s and Bowley’s Measures of Skewness and Kurtosis.

 

II. Probability Random experiment, sample space, event, algebra of events, probability on a discrete sample space, basic theorems of probability and simple examples based on theorems, conditional, probability of an event, independent events, Baye’s theorem and its applications.

 

IV. Concept of Random variable Discrete and Continuous, Bernouli, Binominal and Poisson distributions, Normal distribution and its applications and uses. Concept of Un biased estimator, consistency, efficiency and sufficiency, large and small sample tests. Concept of null and alternative hypothesis,

 

V. Correlation and Regression: Correlation: Meaning and uses - Types of correlation - Karlpearson’s correlation coefficient - Spearman’s Rank correlation - Probable error. Regression analysis: Meaning and utility - Comparison between Correlation and Regression - Regression Equations - Interpretation of Regression Coefficient.

 

VI. Analysis of Time Series and Index Numbers: Time Series Analysis: Meaning and utility - Components of time series - Measurement of trend and seasonal variations - Utility of decomposition of time series - Decentralization of data. Index Numbers: Meaning and importance - Methods of construction of index numbers: Price Index Numbers, Quantity Index Numbers - Tests of Adequacy of Index Numbers - Deflating Index Numbers - Cost of living Index Numbers - Limitation of Index Numbers .

 

VII. SAMPLING TECHNIQUES Complete enumeration vs. Sampling, estimation of Sample size and Simple, Stratified and Systematic Random Sampling. VIII. Basics of Computers: Binary system, Octal and Hexadecimal systems. Conversion to and from Decimal systems. Codes, Bits, Bytes and Words. Memory of a computer, Arithmetic and Logical operations on numbers. Precision. AND, OR, XOR, NOT and Shit/Rotate operators, Algorithms and Flow charts, MS-Office. 14 ANNE

 

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