Survey method, Operation Research

This method involves a systematic and comprehensive study of a particular community organization group etc, with a view to the analysis of a social problem and the presentation of recommendation for its solution e, g, survey on rural poverty increase in crime political corruption effect of high and low investments in the industry violence against women female crime functioning of prisons bonded labor child labor party wise stand on women reservation in parliament performance of government i one year assessing opinion on handling of Kargil issue by the government in power introducing ex gratia scheme for war windows and so on.

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