NCERT Class 11 Statistics Use of Statistical Tools

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Use Of Statistical Tools Class 11 Economics NCERT

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Use Of Statistical Tools NCERT Class 11

USE OF STATISTICAL TOOLS 123 of your objective, you will proceed with the collection and processing of the data. For example, production or sale of a product like car, mobile phone, shoe polish, bathing soap or a detergent, may be an area of interest to you. You may like to address certain water or electricity problems relating to households of a particular area. You may like to study about consumer awareness among households, i.e., awareness about rights of consumers.

Choice of Target Group

The choice or identification of the target group is important for framing appropriate questions for your questionnaire. If your project relates to cars, then your target group will mainly be the middle income and the higher income groups. For the project studies relating to consumer products like soap, you will target all rural and urban consumers. For the availability of safe drinking water your target group can be both urban and rural population. Therefore, the choice of target groups, to identify those persons on whom you focus your attention, is very important while preparing the project report.

Collection of Data

The objective of the survey will help you to determine whether the data collection should be undertaken by using primary method, secondary method or both the methods. As you have read in Chapter 2, a first hand collection of data by using primary method can be done by using a questionnaire or an interview schedule, which may be obtained by personal interviews, mailing/postal surveys, phone, email, etc. Postal questionnaire must have a covering letter giving details about the purpose of inquiry. Your objective will be to determine the size and characteristics of your target group. For example, in a study pertaining to the primary and secondary level female literacy or consumption of a particular brand or soap, you will have to go to each and every family or household to collect the information i.e. you have to collect primary data. If sampling is used in your method of data collection, then care has to be taken about the suitability of the method of sampling. Secondary data can also be used provided it suits your requirement. Secondary data are usually used when there is paucity of time, money and manpower resources and the information is easily available.

Organisation and Presentation of Data

After collecting the data, you need to process the information so received, by organising and presenting them with the help of tabulation and suitable diagrams, e.g. bar diagrams, pie diagrams, etc. about which you have studied in chapter 3 and 4.

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Appendix A : Glossary Of Statistical Terms
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Glossary Of Statistical Terms
Appendix B : Table Of Two-Digit Random Numbers
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Table Of Two Digit Random Numbers
Indian Economic Development Chapter 1 Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence
NCERT Class 11 Economics Indian Economy On The Eve Of Independence
Indian Economic Development Chapter 10 Comparative Development Experiences Of India and Its Neighbours
NCERT Class 11 Economics Comparative Development Experiences Of India And Its Neighbours
Indian Economic Development Chapter 2 Indian Economy 1950-1990
NCERT Class 11 Economics Indian Economy
Indian Economic Development Chapter 3 Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation: An Appraisal
NCERT Class 11 Economics LPG An Appraisal
Indian Economic Development Chapter 4 Poverty
NCERT Class 11 Economics Poverty
Indian Economic Development Chapter 5 Human Capital Formation In India
NCERT Class 11 Economics Human Capital Formation In India
Indian Economic Development Chapter 6 Rural Development
NCERT Class 11 Economics Rural Development
Indian Economic Development Chapter 7 Employment Growth Informalisation and Other Issues
NCERT Class 11 Economics Employment Growth And Other Issues
Indian Economic Development Chapter 8 Infrastructure
NCERT Class 11 Economics Infrastructure
Indian Economic Development Chapter 9 Environment and Sustainable Development
NCERT Class 11 Economics Environment And Sustainable Development
Statistics for Economics Chapter 1 Introduction
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Introduction
Statistics for Economics Chapter 2 Collection of Data
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Collection of Data
Statistics for Economics Chapter 3 Organisation of Data
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Organisation of Data
Statistics for Economics Chapter 4 Presentation of Data
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Presentation of Data
Statistics for Economics Chapter 5 Measures of Central Tendency
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Measures of Central Tendency
Statistics for Economics Chapter 6 Measures of Dispersion
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Measures of Dispersion
Statistics for Economics Chapter 7 Correlation
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Correlation
Statistics for Economics Chapter 8 Index Numbers
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Index Numbers
Statistics for Economics Chapter 9 Use of Statistical Tools
NCERT Class 11 Statistics Use of Statistical Tools