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**The Intermediate Statistics for Economics Course for BA (Hons) Economics Semester II, Delhi University has been taught by Mr. Dheeraj Suri. The Video Lectures are based upon the books prescribed by the University of Delhi. The Duration of Video Lectures is approximately 50 Hours.**

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**Course Content****of Our Video Lectures****Lectures are as per Latest Syllabus for 2024 UGCF**

**Lectures are as per Latest Syllabus for 2024 UGCF****Unit 1 :**** Sampling Distribution of a Statistic**

**Unit 1 :****Sampling Distribution of a Statistic****Chapter 1 : Sampling**

**Duration of Lectures : 443 Minutes**

**Based Upon** **J L Devore Chapter 5 (Section 5.3, 5.4 & 5.5)**

**Topics Covered**

**►Sampling**

**►Sampling**

**►Statistics & Their Distributions, Statistic & Parameter**

**►Statistics & Their Distributions, Statistic & Parameter**

**►The Distribution of the Sample Mean, Sampling Distributions**

**►The Distribution of the Sample Mean, Sampling Distributions**

**►Central Limit Theorem**

**►Central Limit Theorem**

**►The Distribution of a Linear Combination**

**►The Distribution of a Linear Combination**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**Unit 2 :**** Estimation**

**Unit 2 :****Estimation****Chapter 2 : Point Estimation**

**Duration of Lectures : 307 Minutes**

**Based Upon** **J L Devore Chapter 6;**

**Topics Covered**

**►Point Estimate**

**►Point Estimate**

**►Minimum Variance Unbiased Estimator**

**►Minimum Variance Unbiased Estimator**

**►Standard Error of Estimator**

**►Standard Error of Estimator**

**►Maximum Likelihood Estimator**

**►Maximum Likelihood Estimator**

**►Method of Moments**

**►Method of Moments**

**►Properties of Estimators**

**►Properties of Estimators**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**Chapter 3 : Confidence Interval**

**Duration of Lectures : 230 Minutes**

**Based Upon** **J L Devore Chapter 7;**

**Topics Covered**

**►Properties of a Confidence Interval**

**►Properties of a Confidence Interval**

**►Confidence Interval of a Single Mean for Large & Small Samples**

**►Confidence Interval of a Single Mean for Large & Small Samples**

**►Confidence Interval of Proportion**

**►Confidence Interval of Proportion**

**►Confidence Interval of Variance**

**►Confidence Interval of Variance**

**►Chi-Square and F Distribution**

**►Chi-Square and F Distribution**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**Unit 3 :**** Inference**

**Unit 3 :****Inference****Chapter 4 : Inference**

**Duration of Lectures : 120 Minutes**

**Based Upon** **J L Devore Chapter 8.1;**

**Topics Covered**

**►Meaning of Statistical Hypothesis**

**►Meaning of Statistical Hypothesis**

**►Errors in Hypothesis Testing**

**►Errors in Hypothesis Testing**

**►Type 1 & Type 2 Errors**

**►Type 1 & Type 2 Errors**

**►Power of a Test**

**►Power of a Test**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**Unit 4 :**** Hypothesis Testing**

**Unit 4 :****Hypothesis Testing****Chapter 5 : Hypothesis Testing**

**Duration of Lectures : 240 Minutes**

**Based Upon** **J L Devore Chapter 8.2 – 8.5;**

**Topics Covered**

**►Testing of a Population Mean for Large Samples**

**►Testing of a Population Mean for Large Samples**

**►Testing of a Population Mean for Small Samples**

**►Testing of a Population Mean for Small Samples**

**►Testing of a Population Proportion for Large Samples**

**►Testing of a Population Proportion for Large Samples**

**►Testing of a Population Proportion for Small Samples**

**►Testing of a Population Proportion for Small Samples**

**►Hypothesis Testing for Variance**

**►Hypothesis Testing for Variance**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**Chapter 6 : Two Sample Tests**

**Duration of Lectures : 270 Minutes**

**Based Upon J L Devore Chapter 9 **

**Topics Covered**

**►Testing Equality of Means for Two Large Samples**

**►Testing Equality of Means for Two Large Samples**

**►Testing of Equality of Means for Two Small Samples**

**►Testing of Equality of Means for Two Small Samples**

**►Testing for Ratio of Variances**

**►Testing for Ratio of Variances**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Questions from Recent Eco (H) Examinations**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

**►Back Questions of Readings**

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**Exam Pattern**

**The Question Paper will be of 90 Marks**

**Suggested weightage for each unit in the final examination**

**Unit I : 20 marks**

**Unit II : 30 marks**

**Unit III + Unit IV : 40 marks**

**Paper Pattern**

**►**All questions in Units 1 and 2 would be compulsory. There would be two questions in each of these units.

**All questions in Units 1 and 2 would be compulsory. There would be two questions in each of these units.**

**►****►Units 3 and 4 would together have 3 questions, of which students would be**

required to do 2 questions.

required to do 2 questions.

**►There would be a limited number of sub-parts per question. No sub-part would be less than 5 marks and if a sub-part had more than 5 marks, the marks would be in multiples of 5.**

**Readings Suggested by DU**

**Readings Suggested by DU****Essential Reading :**

**►**Devore, J. (2012). Probability and statistics for engineers, 8th ed. Cengage Learning.

**Devore, J. (2012). Probability and statistics for engineers, 8th ed. Cengage Learning.**

**►****Supplementary Reading :**

**►****Hogg, R., Tanis, E., Zimmerman, D. (2021) Probability and Statistical inference, 10TH Edition, Pearson**

**Hogg, R., Tanis, E., Zimmerman, D. (2021) Probability and Statistical inference, 10TH Edition, Pearson**

**►**Larsen, R., Marx, M. (2011). An introduction to mathematical statistics and its applications. Prentice Hall.

**►**Larsen, R., Marx, M. (2011). An introduction to mathematical statistics and its applications. Prentice Hall.**►****Miller, I., Miller, M. (2017). J. Freund’s mathematical statistics with applications, 8th ed. Pearson.**

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**Miller, I., Miller, M. (2017). J. Freund’s mathematical statistics with applications, 8th ed. Pearson.**

**►**Anderson, D. R, Sweeny, D. J, et. al (2019), Statistics for Business and Economics, 13th edition, Cengage Learning.

**►**Anderson, D. R, Sweeny, D. J, et. al (2019), Statistics for Business and Economics, 13th edition, Cengage Learning.

**►**Jan Kmenta (1997), Elements of Econometrics, 2nd ed. Macmillan publishing; New York and Collier Macmillan; London.

**►**Jan Kmenta (1997), Elements of Econometrics, 2nd ed. Macmillan publishing; New York and Collier Macmillan; London.