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PhD Coach Launches Training Camps for Doctoral Scholars

October 10, 2013

Participants will be trained in research and analytical skills through direct interaction with experts.

(PRWEB) October 10, 2013

http://www.phdcoach.in/ recently announced that it will organize a two-month-long training camp for doctoral candidates. The training camp will be conducted by academic experts from various fields, who have ample academic experience. The training camp will focus on teaching research methods, statistical analysis programs, formal writing style, critical thinking skills and experimentation techniques.

The chief mentor at the institute said that there will be many sessions, each one dedicated for a specific aspect of research training. Based on their needs, scholars can register for any or all of these sessions. Each session will stretch over about 10 days, and will address the problems faced by scholars. Participants will be able to ask queries directly from mentors to get quick solutions. By giving a chance to communicate with peer groups, PhD Coach will facilitate sharing of ideas. Ethics of research will also be covered during the training.

Attendees can seek complete information related to their subject, get personalized counseling, speak to subject experts, and attend presentations. They will also get to know about current areas of interest in their subject of specialization, and develop professional links. The training will commence in November 2013, and the registration can be done by sending some details along with a letter of intent to the mentors.

About us:

PhD Coach is a pioneer facilitator of research. Doctoral candidates can find valuable professional guidance from PhD Coach’s expert team of mentors. The team provides assistance in study of courseware, research work, writing of thesis and dissertations and preparing for viva voce. They can be reached at info(at)PhDcoach(dot)in.

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