Masters of Deduction

Masters of Deduction

Course Modules

Module I :: Introduction to qualitative data

  • Basics of qualitative data and qualitative data collection and preparation for analysis
  • Principles and tools of qualitative analysis

Module II :: Analysis of qualitative data using MS Excel

  • Approaches to qualitative data analysis
  • Learning Exercise: Running an end-to-end analysis in MS Excel

Module III :: Analysis of qualitative data using Atlas.ti

  • Overview of the user-interface of Atlas.ti
  • Coding qualitative data
  • Learning Exercise: Running an end-to-end analysis in Atlas.ti

Module IV :: Putting Pen to Paper

  • Forms and styles of qualitative reporting
  • Integrating qualitative and quantitative data in report writing
  • Challenges in reporting qualitative data

Key Faculty

Dr. Suneeta Singh is an international development professional with over 30 years of experience. Her work has spanned project conceptualization, design, roll out and supervision of evaluation, research and implementation projects. As a member of the Quality Assurance team for Health, Nutrition and Population programs at the World Bank in Washington DC, Dr. Singh was responsible for conducting quality enhancement of programs across the world, as well as of conducting training on quality for World Bank colleagues. Trained as a medical doctor, Dr. Singh has postgraduate qualifications in public health and pediatrics. Dr. Singh has also been an Associate Professor at the St. John’s Medical College. She is presently the Chief Executive Officer of Amaltas, Delhi, in the capacity of its Technical Lead. Dr. Singh is well published, with books to her credit and several peer reviewed journal articles.

Dr. Chittaranjan Mishra is a research and evaluation specialist with a career spanning over 15 years in the development sector. His areas of specialization include managing large research studies and impact assessment of programs, quality control, data analysis and report writing. He holds a doctorate from the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. At Amaltas, he serves as Manager-Research. He has valuable experience in the use of appropriate participatory and qualitative research techniques on sensitive topics such as sexual and reproductive health and marginalization.

Training Venue

Amaltas Consulting Pvt Ltd, C-20 Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016

Key Contact Person

Dr. Archana Kharyal
Coordinator-Training Programs, Amaltas

Registration Fee

INR 5000 per course
Register for both the courses at INR 8000

Fee maybe submitted through

  1. Online payment on registration
  2. Offline mode –
    1. Send a cheque payable to Amrit Foundation of India to:
      C-20, Hauz Khas (first floor)
      New Delhi – 110016
    2. Wire funds using the following bank account details:
      Name of the NGO as it appears in Bank Records :: AMRIT FOUNDATION OF INDIA
      Account No :: 0010104000331371
      City Branch :: New Delhi
      Bank Name :: IDBI
      Branch :: Siri Fort Branch Khelgaon
      IFS Code :: IBKL0000010
      SWIFT Code :: IBKLINBB010
      Account Type :: Current Account

All fees are tax deductible (under the relevant provisions of the IT Act)