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  STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS RESEARCH (MNG 802) Name of the Department/ Schools/ Centre/ID groups : Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, IIT Bombay Description of the Course: This is to provide fundamental concepts on Statistics needed for business research. The course objective is to equip students on fundamental and important concepts and techniques of Business Statistics. The lab component in the course will prepare students to develop skills in organizing and analyzing data using standard statistical software packages.  Course No.:  MGT 802 Course Level:  i Title of the course Statistics for Business Research ii Credit structure 4L 0T 4P 6Credits (Half term course)  iii Pre-requisite, if any (for the students) None iv Course content Introduction and Descriptive Statistics Probability Random Variables and Probability Distributions Sampling Distributions Point and Interval Estimation Testing of Hypotheses Goodness of fit Tests and Categorical data analysis Correlation and Simple linear Regression Multiple Regression and Logistic Regression Analysis of Variance v Texts/References 1)   Managerial Statistics, Keller, 2012, Cengage Learning. 2)   Montgomery, D.C and Runger, G.C  , Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 5th Edition, Wiley Publication, 2010. 3)   Walpole, R.E, Myers, S.L and Ye, K, Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, Eighth Edition, Pearson, 2007 4)   Montgomery,D.C, Peck,E.A, Vining, G Introduction to Linear Regression Analysis, 4’th Edition, Wiley Publication, 2007. 5)   Johnson, R. A and Wichern, D.W Business Statistics: Decision Making with Data, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. 1996. 6)   Fundamental of Statistics (Vol-1), Gun Gupta Dasgupta, World Press. 8 th  edition. vi Instructor(s) name Prof. Indrajit Mukherjee  vii Name of other departments to whom the course is relevant Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering & Operations Research, Metallurgical Engineering & Material Science. viii Justification Most Masters and PhD students in management and allied disciplines, such as operations management, quality management, marketing, and business analytics require knowledge on basic Statistics to carry out their course work and research. This course will help such students. Concepts and techniques will be covered in the lecture sessions. The lab session in the course will demonstrate the use and application of standard statistical software packages. ASSESSMENT METHOD Mid Term Evaluation: 35 % (Open Book Exam) Assignment 10 % (To be presented and submitted) Class Participation: 5 % (Based on Attendance) #  Attendance >= 90% will get full 5 marks (out of 5) for class participation, Attendance >= 80% will get 3 marks (out of 5) for class participation, Attendance >= 70% will get 1 marks for class participation. A student will not get any marks for class participation if attendance is less than 70 % . . Each session will consist of 2 class (1.5 Hrs +1.5 Hrs) End Semester Examination 50 % (Open book Exam) Total: 100 %
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