# RTMNU Nagpur University Nagpur Syllabus Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Semester VI Advanced Statistics

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### R.T.M. Nagpur University, NagpurSyllabusBachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Semester VIAdvanced Statistics

Unit I
Correlation- Types of correlation, Karl Pearson‟s coefficient of correlation in Bivariate frequency table, probable error, interpretation of „r‟, Rank Correlation Method.

Unit II
Regression Analysis- Lines of Regression/Regressions Equation, Coefficient of regression for a Bivariate frequency table.

Unit III
Index Number- Uses of Index Number & its, Types and Important. Unweighted Index Number (Simple Aggregative, Simple Average of Price Relative) Weighted Index Number (Weighted Aggregative I. N, Laspeyre‟s, Paasche, Dorbish & Bowley‟s, Fisher‟s Ideal, and Marshall & Edgeworth Method.) Weighted Average of Price relatives Test on consistency of Index No.- Time Reversal Test, Factor Reversal Test, Cost of living Index No.

Unit IV
Time series Analysis-Introduction components of a Time seriesa) Trend b) Short Term Variation c) Irregular variation d) Measurement of Trend- (Simple Problems) Graphic Methods ,Methods of Seminar, Methods of Curve by the square Methods of Moving Average

Books Recommended:
1. Ajay Goel, Alka Goal: Mathematics & Statistics (Taxmann)
2. Elhance D.N : Fundamentals of Statistics
3. Asthana B.N. Applied Statistics in India
4. Gupta S.P: Statistical Method
5. Gupta S.G. & Kapoor V.K.: Fundamentals of Applied Statistics
6. Dr. P. Fating, Dr. V. Bagde, M. Gulhane: “Advanced Statistics” – Sir Sahitya Kendra.