|Course Type||Course Code||No. Of Credits|
Semester and Year Offered: Winter Semester
Course Coordinator and Team: TBA
Email of course coordinator:
Pre-requisites: Mathematics at the XII grade level.
Aim:The aim of the course is to introduce students to foundations of probability and statistics. The course begins with familiar concepts of classical probability (XII grade level) and then moves on to an axiomatic setting. The emphasis while studying probability as well as random variables will be to do just enough theory to be able to understand connections with real life problems. The distributions will also form a basis for setting up the statistical tests. Sampling, sampling distribution, large sample tests and exact sample tests will be studied. There will be about 12-16 hours of Lab Work using spread-sheet programmes for performing data analysis based on distributions as well as statistical tests.
|Class Test||10%||Second week of February|
|Mid Semester Test||25%||As per AUD timetable|
|Presentation/Viva||15%||First week of April|
|End Semester Test||35%||As per AUD timetable|
|Tutorial Assessment||15%||Throughout the semester|