- Fee:NPR 335,000
Mphil in Statistics is a postgraduate program in statistics. Statistics is a field of mathematics that deals with gathering, analyzing, interpreting, and presenting large amounts of numerical data. Every area, from government offices to international athletic events, need the skills of a statistician. It involves a combination of course work and research training and is designed to extend the competence of candidates in their chosen discipline.
The program covers a wide range of topics and will provide students with the quantitative skills and knowledge needed to perform a variety of econometric and statistical studies. Students gain the abilities needed to complete applied and/or theoretical projects, as well as the capacity to convey their findings to a larger audience.
Candidates applying should have completed 16 years of education, obtained Master level in first division or a CGPA of 3.0 from any recognized university.
- Business Analyst
- Government Statistician
- Industrial Statistician
- Insurance and Finance
- Market Researcher
- Medical Statistician
- Operational Researcher
Research methods, advanced trends in statistics, data analysis, Laplace distributions, queueing theory, stochastic models, and other topics are covered in this course. A dissertation is completed at the end of the semester to assess the applicants' research and presenting abilities learned during the course.