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Event Topic Invitation for One-Week FDP “PLS-SEM, Scale Development & Paper Writing Techniques” August 30th to 04th September 2022
Date & Day 30th August, 2022
Dear Sir/ Ma'am
Research Cell, IMS Ghaziabad (University Courses Campus) is pleased to announce One-Week Faculty Development Programme  
“PLS-SEM, Scale Development & Paper Writing Techniques”
August 30th to 04th September 2022 
(Offline Mode)  
The objective of this FDP is to acquaint participants with the fundamentals of qualitative and quantitative research approaches as well as data analysis tools using PLS-SEM software and to gain a better understanding of how to interpret the outcomes of the analysis in the Social Sciences from an interdisciplinary perspective. This program aims to give participants a comprehensive understanding of research techniques and how to write good research papers for publications using the scale development method and PLS-SEM.   
Key Takeaways:-
Ø  Learn from Experts- 
Dr. Bikramjit Rishi, Professor, Shiv Nadar University 
Dr. Atul Shiva, Associate Professor, Chandigarh University
Dr. Puja Khatri, Professor, IPU, Delhi 
Dr. Alpana Agarwal, Associate Professor, Symbiosis Noida 
Ø  Know how of Scale Development
Ø  Tips On Writing a PLS-SEM-based SCOPUS Indexed Paper
Expected Outcome:-
Ø  Defining the research process using PLS-SEM:
Ø  Infer various types of research designs and make application easier.
Ø  Asses datasets, evaluate output, and make conclusions using PLS-SEM
Ø  Developing practical skills through hands-on experience.
Who Should Attend? 
Industry People
Research Scholars
For further details and registration, please refer to the brochure attached below. 
We are looking forward to your active participation.
There are limited seats on First-come, first-served basis.
Download brochure: Download brochure
Registration Link: Click here
For more information: Dr Anchal Luthra- 9717148740, Prof. Komal Kapoor-9810290606