PhD Research India offers specialised services for primary research and the collection of data. We assist in the collection of reliable and valid data. Depending upon the type of study and its objectives and hypotheses, both quantitative and qualitative data collection services are available for researchers. We follow an approach wherein a pilot study is undertaken before the actual process of data gathering begins. This helps to remove mismatch, if any, in the pedagogy (profession of teaching.). Along with the data gathering process, we also undertake the task of data cleaning and management to facilitate further data analysis.


Primary Data

Primary research determines the credibility and worthiness of the outcome of a study, as the data for it is collected directly by a researcher. It stands for the originality of work and also speaks of his/her efforts. It calls for expertise and proficiency on the part of a researcher, as several tasks have to be done and multiple decisions have to be made. A lot of scholars seek professional may help at this stage of their research work so as to make sure that the final analysis is flawless and worthy. At PhD Research India, we undertake primary data collection and secondary data collection in a highly organised manner to provide statistically relevant data for their thesis.

Our services take into account the following essentials:

  • Selecting appropriate tool to gather data.
  • Finalishing a representative sample size.
  • Designing focused questionnaires and forms
  • Developing the indicator parts for instruments
  • Providing a trained staff for collecting data
  • Defining variables important for a study

Secondary Data

Secondary data collection is referred to the gathering of data from published journals, annual reports, balance sheets, country reports, economic reports, newspapers, scholarly articles, and other related sources. While such data has already been captured by other researchers, students may not have access to varied sources that can provide relevant secondary data for their study. Thus, our professionals help them collect data from all possible sources that we have access to.

Normally, PhD candidates outsource the following to research assistants:
  • Choosing the study topic
  • Formulating the problem and hypotheses
  • Designing the survey or questionnaire.
  • Collecting data
  • Collecting related studies
  • Maintaining references through endnote files
  • Reviewing and following up for research paper publication
  • Document formatting
  • Developing a PowerPoint presentation
  • Abstract writing
  • Summarising chapters
  • Data entry
  • Doing a pilot study