Non-Probability Sampling Techniques

Non-probability sampling is a form of sampling technique in which the subset of population is not achieved by chance or probability but by some logic. Here, we should know that there is difference between sampling and sample; sampling refers to the selection of subset...

Important Types of Research

If we break down the word research, it is the combination of “Re” and “search”. It means that research intends to find some phenomenon or existing knowledge continuously. The basic aim of research is to confirm the reliability of existing knowledge and contribute new...

What are the Objectives of Research

Objective of research is one the important elements for conducting any research because it helps in determining the possibility of conducting the study. Basically, the broad aim of all researches is to confirm the reliability of existing knowledge and to find the...

Clause and Its Types

The expression of a complete proposition by smallest grammatical unit is known as clause. Basically, a clause contains both predicate and subject. There could be one or more than one clauses in the sentence. A sentence that consists of just one clause is known as a...

Debt Financing or Borrowed Funds

A borrowed funds or debt financing is the combination of the funds raised by the way of credit or loans. It is the proceeds of an organization to raise the operating or other capital by borrowing. Most frequently, this may be achieved through issuance of a debenture,...

Probability Sampling Techniques

Before understanding probability sampling techniques, one must know the difference between sample and sampling. Sample is the subset of population which represents the population whereas sampling is the process of selecting subset from population. Now, there are two...

Overview of Research Methodology

Research is also recognized by numerous other terms such as: collaborative inquiry, emancipatory research, participatory research, contextual learning and action research; but all are disproportion on the subject. Basically research is learning by doing. A group of...

Internal Rate of Return (IRR)

Some firms calculate the net present value NPV of a project for knowing its work and few firms prefer to calculate the internal rate of return (IRR) to know whether project’s return is lower or greater than the opportunity cost of given project’s capital. For example,...

How to Calculate Net Present Value

Net present value is generally known as NPV. It is an investment criterion to evaluate any project. Chief financial officers generally used NPV as investment criteria in the investment decision known as capital budgeting and it is the pivotal to the success of the...
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