Qualitative Research focused on various qualitative methods and techniques in National Workshop

May 23, 2019 10:17 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

The fourth day of the 7 days National workshop on Qualitative Research focused on various qualitative methods and techniques including observations through talk, grounded theory and culture as an archive. The first session began with discussion about the significance of the method of observations in qualitative methodology to etch out the veiled information by Prof. Kuldip Puri from University School of Open Learning, Panjab University. He concluded with the thought that simple words uttered have the potential to provide the glimpse of the guarded truth.

The second session on Grounded theory in Social Sciences was taken by Prof Shireesh Pal Singh, from Mahatma Gandhi International University, Wardha dwelled upon the concept, methodology and usage of this approach to understand a social phenomenon. He elaborated on the intricacies of the grounded theory in detail with examples.

In third session Prof. Ishwar Dyal Gaur from Department of History, Panjab University, Chandigarh spoke on the topic culture as an archive of history writings where he explained the need of a paradigm not alien to a space specific concept like culture. He explained how diversity is transformed into differences and the cultural interpretations are necessary to break the monotony.

Prof Satvinderpal Kaur, the program coordinator introduced the speakers of the day.Participants’ queries were well explicated by the experts.   Dr. Kuldeep Kaur, the CALEM and Co-coordinator proposed the vote of thanks to all the speakers concluding the day.

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