Statistics is a part of mathematics that includes analysis, collection, presentation and interpretation of the numerical data. Statistics enables the economists and statisticians to predict business trends, demographic patterns and market behavior. Different branches of statistics include tourism statistics, election statistics, crime statistics, medical statistics, census statistics, oil statistics, cricket statistics, job-seekers statistics, ecological statistics, education statistics, labor statistics, market statistics, film statistics, population statistics, and accident statistics.
Highlights of the Department
- Statistics as a subject was introduced in 2007.
- Well Qualified and Trained staff members.
- Well equipped and computerized lab.
- Statistics as a subject is compulsory in various Master’s degrees like M.C.A.,M.B.A.,M.B.E.,M.A. Economics .M.A. Psychology etc.
Why Study Statistics
There is a lot of scope in this field for young aspirants. Skilled professional in this field will find employment opportunities in public sector and in financial institutions. Working in a private firm is another option. Professionals in this career can also opt for teaching jobs in universities, colleges and in statistical research.
Other sectors where statisticians get employed: –
- Statistical and Economic Bureaus
- Institute of Applied Manpower Research (IAMR)
- Institutions associated with socio-economic research
- Banks and public-sector
- Planning Commission
- Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)
- National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER)
- Bio statisticians
- Data Analyst
- Research Analyst
- Faculty in Educational Institutions
- Indian Economic Services
- Indian Statistical Services (ISS)
- Agricultural Researches …etc.