Consolidating codifying statutes

The main purpose of a consolidation project is to draw together different enactments on a topic into a single Act.The Act usually replaces provisions in different Acts (and often statutory instruments) passed over a period of years.Thinking analogously about hypothesis, a researcher should (a) First bet and then roll the dice.(b) First roll the dice and then bet.(c) Change his bet after the data are in.(d) Have no bets, but dice only.9. If the population on which a study is based is such that all its units can be reached, it is termed as (a) Target population.(b) Accessible population.(c) Homogeneous population.(d) Heterogeneous population.10. (a) Uniformity of the groups (Cbi square) test can be used?

(a) They are distribution-free techniques of analysis(b) They assume that groups should be homogeneous(c) They make no assumption about the parameters(d) They do make certain assumptions, but these are fewer and less stringent.6.

Consolidation is one of our statutory functions under the Law Commissions Act 1965.

We have been responsible for over 200 consolidation Bills that have become Acts since 1965.

In evaluating the significance of the research problem, an important social consideration is (a) The genuine interest of the researcher in the problem.(b) Practical value of the findings to educationists, parents and social workers, etc.(c) Necessary skills, abilities and back­ground of knowledge of the researcher.(d) Possibility of obtaining reliable and valid data by the researchers.7.

A hypothesis in educational research need not be (a) A compatible with well-attested theories and models.(b) Logically consistent and pertinent to the question under consideration.(c) Capable of establishing generalizations that can be applied in many areas of education or other fields.(d) None of these.8.