College Level Research

Scholarly invites applications for LS 190 - Introduction to College-Level Research from students that have completed Grade IX. Students who have appeared for Grade IX final exam may also apply. In this course, students learn how to apply critical thinking to turn general curiosity about a topic into real knowledge, grounded in research and supported by evidence. Students will learn to ask the right kinds of questions, find credible sources, determine an author’s argument and effectively communicate a research topic. There are opportunities to work under highly qualified full-time college professors in the field of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Material Science, Engineering, Psychology, Neuroscience and Economics.

"Students will earn two (2) credits upon successfully completing the course. High quality research papers that are endorsed by the professors will be published by Scholarly."

College Level Research

Scholarly invites applications for LS 190 - Introduction to College-Level Research from students that have completed Grade IX. Students who have appeared for Grade IX final exam may also apply. In this course, students learn how to apply critical thinking to turn general curiosity about a topic into real knowledge, grounded in research and supported by evidence. Students will learn to ask the right kinds of questions, find credible sources, determine an author’s argument and effectively communicate a research topic. There are opportunities to work under highly qualified full-time college professors in the field of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Material Science, Engineering, Psychology, Neuroscience and Economics.

"Students will earn two (2) credits upon successfully completing the course. High quality research papers that are endorsed by the professors will be published by Scholarly."

Indicative Program Schedule

Introduction to research methodologies, classroom sessions

Finalization of the research topic with professor

Data collection, literature review and initial submission to the professor

Final submission and/or presentation

Final grade by the professor

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