Topic Name Description
Page Syllabus - Theory
Page Syllabus - Practical
Topic 1 Page Learning objective
Page 1.1.1 Definition of statistics
Page Collection.
Page Organization
Page Presentation
Page Analysis
Page Interpretation
File Definition of statistics
Page 1.2.1 Functions of Statistics
Page 1.2.2 Definiteness
Page 1.2.3 Condensation
Page 1.2.4 Comparison
Page 1.2.5 Formulating and Testing Hypothesis
Page 1.2.6 Prediction
Page 1.2.7 Formulation of policies
File Functions of statistics
Page 1.3.1 Fisheries statistics
Page 1.4.1 Inventory of potential resources
Page 1.4.2. Production
Page 1.4.3 Fish stock assessment
Page 1.4.4 Morphometric and meristic analysis
Page 1.4.5 Designing experiments for quantitative inferences
Page 1.4.6 Genetic studies
Page 1.4.7 Quality control
Page 1.4.8 Market research and business
Page 1.5.1 Handbook on fisheries statistics
Page 1.5.2 Statistics of marine products exports
Page 1.5.3 FAO yearbook of fishery statistics
Page 1.6.1 Computer and fisheries statistics
Topic 2 Page Learning objective
Page 2.1.1 Introduction
Page 2.1.2 Primary data
Page 2.1.3 Secondary Data
Page 2.1.4 Points for Primary data
Page 2.1.5 Difference between primary and secondary data
Page 2.1.6 Advantages of secondary data
Page 2.1.7 Disadvantage of secondary data
Page 2.1.8 Choice between Primary and Secondary data
Page 2.1.9 Methods of collecting primary data
Page Direct Personal Interviews
Page Indirect Oral Interviews
Page Information from Correspondents
Page Mailed Questionnaire Method
Page Schedules sent through Enumerators
Page 2.1.10 Designing the Questionnaire
Page 2.1.11 Pre-testing the questionnaire (or pilot survey)
Page 2.1.12 Sources of secondary data
Page Published Sources
Page Unpublished Sources
Page 2.1.13 Editing primary and secondary data
Page 2.1.14 Precautions in the use of secondary data
Topic 3 Page Learning objective
Page 3.1.1 Introduction
Page 3.1.2 Census and sample method
Page 3.1.3 Theoretical basis of sampling
Page 3.1.4 Law of Statistical Regularity
Page 3.1.5 Law of Inertia of Large Numbers
Page 3.1.6 Essentials of sampling
Page 3.1.7 Methods of sampling
Page Probability sampling
Page Non-probability Sampling
Page Advantages of Probability Sampling
Page Limitations of Probability Sampling
Page 3.1.8 Non-probability sampling Methods
Page Convenience Sampling
Page Quota sampling
Page 3.1.9 Probability sampling methods
Page Lottery Method
Page Table of random Numbers
Page 3.1.10 Restricted Random Sampling
Page How to Select Stratified Random Sample?
Page Proportional and Disproportional Stratified Sample
Page Systematic sampling
Page Multi-stage sampling or Cluster Sampling
Page 3.1.11 Selection of Appropriate Method of sampling
Page 3.1.12 Size of sample
Page Determination of sample size
Page 3.1.13 Merits and limitations of sampling
Page 3.1.14 Sampling and non-sampling errors
Page Sampling errors
Page Causes of Bias
Page Avoidance of Bias
Page Method of Reducing Sampling Errors
Page Non-sampling Errors
Page of Non-Sampling Errors
Page 3.1.15 Reliability of samples
File Sampling methods
Topic 4 Page Learning objective
Page 4.1.1 Objectives of classification
Page 4.1.2 Types of classification
Page 4.2.1 Formation of a discrete frequency distribution
Page 4.2.2 Formation of continuous frequency distribution
Page Class limits
Page Class intervals
Page Class frequency
Page Exclusive Method
Page ‘Inclusive’ Method
Page 4.2.3 Considerations in the construction of Frequency distributions
File A model structure of table
Topic 5 Page Learning objectives
Page 5.1.1 Significance of diagrams and graphs
Page 5.1.2 Comparison of Tabular and Diagrammatic Presentation
Page 5.1.3 Difference between Diagrams and Graphs
Page 5.1.4 General rules for constructing diagrams
Page 5.1.5 Types of diagrams
Page 5.1.6 . One-dimensional or Bar diagrams
Page Simple Bar Diagrams
Page Sub-divided Bar Diagrams
Page Multiple bars
Page Percentage bars
Page 5.1.7 Two-dimensional diagrams
Page Rectangles
Page Squares
Page Circles
Page 5.1.8 Pie diagram
Page Limitation of Pie Diagrams
Page 5.1.9 Pictograms
Page 5.1.10 Cartograms
Page 5.1.11 Choice of a Suitable diagram
Page 5.2.1 Graphs
Page 5.2.2 Technique of Constructing Graphs
Page 5.2.3 Graphs of Time Series or Line Graphs
Page Rules for constructing the line graphs on Natural Scale
Page False Base Line
Page Graphs of one variable
Page 5.2.3. 4 Graph of Two or More variables
Page Graphs having two scales
Page 5.2.4 Range chart
Page 5.2.5 Graphs of frequency distributions
Page Histogram
Page Frequency polygon
Page Frequency polygon has certain advantages over the histogram
Page Smoothed Frequency Curve
Page Ogives or Cumulative Frequency curves
Page Utility of Ogives
Page Limitations of Diagrams and Graphs
Topic 6 Page Learning objectives
Page 6.1.1 Averages or Measures of Central Tendency or Measures of Location
Page 6.1.2 Requisites for an Ideal Measure or Central Tendency
File Averges or measures of central tendency
Page 6.2.1 Arithmetic Mean
Page 6.2.2 Merits and Demerits of Arithmetic Mean
Page 6.2.3 Weighted Mean
Page 6.3.1 Median
Page 6.3.2 Merits and Demerits of Median
Page 6.4.1 Mode
Page 6.4.2 Merits and Demerits of Mode
Page 6.5.1 Geometric Mean
Page 6.5.2 Merits and Demerits of Geometric Mean
Page 6.5.3 Harmonic Mean
Page 6.5.4 Merits and Demerits of Harmonic Mean
Topic 7 Page Learning objectives
Page 7.1.1 Dispersion
Page 7.1.2 Measures of Dispersion
Page 7.1.3 Range
Page 7.1.4 Quartile Deviation
Page 7.1.5 Mean Deviation
Page 7.1.6 Standard Deviation and Root Mean Square Deviation
Topic 8 Page Learning objectives
Page 8.1.1 Skewness
Page 8.1.2 Measures of skewness
Page 8.2.1 Kurtosis
Topic 9 Page Draw a line diagram
File How to draw Bar Diagram?
Page Draw a bar diagram
File How to draw Adjacent/ Multiple Bar diagram?
Page Draw Adjacent Bar diagram
File Compartmental/ Sub divided Bar diagram
Page compartmental bar diagram
File Percentage Bar Diagram
Topic 10 Page Problem 1:Calculate the measures of central tendency
Page Problem 2:Calculate all the measures of central tendency
Page Problem – 3.
Page Problem – 4:
Topic 11 Page Calculate all the measures of dispersion
Page Problem 2:
Topic 12 Page Calculate all the measures of variation
Topic 13 Page Calculate all the measures of dispersion
Topic 14 File How to draw Histogram?
Page Draw Histogram
File Draw Frequency Polygon
Page Draw frequency polygon
File Frequency curve
File Frequency curve Two
Page Draw the frequency curve
File Less than Ogive
File More than Ogive
Page Draw ogives for the following
Page Draw pie diagram
File Pie Diagram
Page Draw pictogram
Topic 15 Page Calculate the Skewness value, coefficient of skewness and kurtosis value
Topic 16 Page Calculate the Skewness and Kurtosis is values