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Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Ghandal Shimla

Assignment Topics of Economics for 6th Semester (2018-19)

All the assignments must be submitted online to harichand@hpnlu.ac.in and cc to


harryhcv3@gmail.com

Sr. Roll No Name Topic Assigned


No
1 2016/01 Aastha Sharma Meaning, scope and importance of statistics in
Economics, Methods of collecting data
2 2016/02 Abhishek Mishra Methods of collecting data; Sources of data -
primary and secondary sources of data, Organization
of Data: Meaning and types of variables
3 2016/03 Aditya Mishra Types of variables; Frequency Distribution, Census
of India and National Sample Survey Organization
4 2016/04 AmeeshaMukesh Bansal Presentation of Data: Tabular Presentation and
Diagrammatic Presentation of Data:
Geometric forms (bar diagrams and pie diagrams)

5 2016/05 Anirudh Sharma Frequency diagrams (histogram, polygon and ogive)


and Arithmetic line graphs (time series graph)

6 2016/06 Aradhya Sood Objectives of Averaging, Requisites of a Good


Average. Arithmetic Mean

7 2016/07 Abhidha Bhardwaj Median

8 2016/08 Aviral Pandit Mode

9 2016/09 Ayushi Ranada Geometric Mean and Harmonic Mean. Limitations


of Averages
10 2016/10 Bhanvi Negi Dispersion: Meaning and significance of dispersion.
Measures of dispersion: Range

11 2016/11 Dev Ranjan Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, Standard


Deviation
12 2016/12 Drishti Yadav Coefficient of Variation, Variance, Absolute and
Relative measures of variation

13 2016/13 Hemandra Singh Sever Correlation: Meaning, Significance of the Study of


Correlation, Karl Pearson’s Coefficient of
Correlation

14 2016/14 Kaushal Sharma Types of Correlation: Positive, Negative, Partial,


Multiple, Linear and Non-Linear
Methods of Studying Correlation: Karl Pearson’s
Coefficient of Correlation
15 2016/15 Krishan Chaudhary Meaning, Significance of the Study of Correlation
Spearman’s Rank Correlation

16 2016/16 Kunal Mehto Regression: Meaning, Difference between


Correlation and Regression
Regression Equations of X on Y and Y on X Only;
Regression Coefficients

17 2016/17 Kunwar Yash Index Numbers – Concept, Price Relative


Quantity Relative and Value Relative

18 2016/18 Kush Goel Laspeyer’s, Paasche’s and Fisher’s Index Numbers,


Limitation of Index Numbers

19 2016/19 Malvika Gupta Problems in the Construction and Limitation of


Index Numbers
Tests of an Ideal Index Number

20 2016/20 Niharika Sharma Laspeyer’s, Paasche’s and Fisher’s Index Numbers


Problems in the Construction and Limitation of
Index Numbers

21 2016/21 Nikhat Jamal Meaning, scope and importance of statistics in


Economics, Methods of collecting data
22 2016/22 Nishant Goyal Methods of collecting data; Sources of data -
primary and secondary sources of data, Organization
of Data: Meaning and types of variables
23 2016/23 Pranjal Sharma Types of variables; Frequency Distribution, Census
of India and National Sample Survey Organization
24 2016/24 Prateek Udawat Presentation of Data: Tabular Presentation and
Diagrammatic Presentation of Data:
Geometric forms (bar diagrams and pie diagrams)

25 2016/25 Praveena Kanwar Rajvi Frequency diagrams (histogram, polygon and ogive)
and Arithmetic line graphs (time series graph)

26 2016/27 Priya Sharma Objectives of Averaging, Requisites of a Good


Average. Arithmetic Mean

27 2016/28 Purnima Sharma Median

28 2016/29 Raman Ravi Verma Mode

29 2016/30 Ranbir Singh Thakur Geometric Mean and Harmonic Mean. Limitations
of Averages
30 2016/31 Rashmi Shukla Dispersion: Meaning and significance of dispersion.
Measures of dispersion: Range

31 2016/32 Rishab Joshi Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, Standard


Deviation
32 2016/33 Rishabh Wadhera Coefficient of Variation, Variance, Absolute and
Relative measures of variation

33 2016/35 Sanjana Sabharawal Correlation: Meaning, Significance of the Study of


Correlation, Karl Pearson’s Coefficient of
Correlation

34 2016/36 Shahina Types of Correlation: Positive, Negative, Partial,


Multiple, Linear and Non-Linear
Methods of Studying Correlation: Karl Pearson’s
Coefficient of Correlation
35 2016/37 Shardul Thakur Meaning, Significance of the Study of Correlation
Spearman’s Rank Correlation

36 2016/38 Shashank Tiwari Regression: Meaning, Difference between


Correlation and Regression
Regression Equations of X on Y and Y on X Only;
Regression Coefficients

37 2016/39 Shivam Singh Baghel Index Numbers – Concept, Price Relative


Quantity Relative and Value Relative

38 2016/40 Shivom Vashista Laspeyer’s, Paasche’s and Fisher’s Index Numbers,


Limitation of Index Numbers

39 2016/41 Shreem Bajpai Problems in the Construction and Limitation of


Index Numbers
Tests of an Ideal Index Number

40 2016/42 Shwet Panta Laspeyer’s, Paasche’s and Fisher’s Index Numbers


Problems in the Construction and Limitation of
Index Numbers

41 2016/43 Siddharth Malik Meaning, scope and importance of statistics in


Economics, Methods of collecting data
42 2016/44 Sonal Kushwah Methods of collecting data; Sources of data -
primary and secondary sources of data, Organization
of Data: Meaning and types of variables
43 2016/45 Sonu Khandelwal Types of variables; Frequency Distribution, Census
of India and National Sample Survey Organization
44 2016/46 Sumanas Dash Presentation of Data: Tabular Presentation and
Diagrammatic Presentation of Data:
Geometric forms (bar diagrams and pie diagrams)
45 2016/47 Sunandini Sharma Frequency diagrams (histogram, polygon and ogive)
and Arithmetic line graphs (time series graph)

46 2016/48 Surya Dev Singh Objectives of Averaging, Requisites of a Good


Bhandari Average. Arithmetic Mean

47 2016/49 Vasundhra Kainthla Median

48 2016/50 Vishal Prakash Mode

49 2016/51 Yajur Thakur Geometric Mean and Harmonic Mean. Limitations


of Averages
50 2016/52 Priya Sharma-II Dispersion: Meaning and significance of dispersion.
Measures of dispersion: Range

51 2016/53 Manveen Sachdeva Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation, Standard


Deviation
52 2016/54 Resham Chhabra Coefficient of Variation, Variance, Absolute and
Relative measures of variation

53 2016/55 Ankita Correlation: Meaning, Significance of the Study of


Correlation, Karl Pearson’s Coefficient of
Correlation

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