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6/18/2013 Presentation on Organization Behavior

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Topic:
Perceptio n
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Deep Desai Sanket Desai Rakesh Dhimmar Ankita Doshi Gautam Dua

Presented to: Dr. A.S.

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ABOUT BHAGWAN MAHAVIR EDUCATION FOUNDATION:


Establishment Institutions Assets

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Education Other activities Experience Pioneer Faculty

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Conceptual Frame Work of PERCEPTION


MEANING AND DEFINITION

FACTORS INFLUENCING PERCETION:

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PROCESS OF PERCEPTION:

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Methodology of the project


Formulation of Objectives
Formulation of Research Design Selection of Sources of data Selection of data collection techniques.

Designing of data collection Instruments


Sampling Decisions Filtration and Editing of data

Tabulation, Compilation and Presentation of data


Statistical Analysis of data (deciding and
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LIMITATIONS OF THE PROJECT


Few questionnaire were filled incomplete, respondents did not give

their full comment to the question asked. So they may not reflect the true opinion of the respondents.
We have put the best effort of our learning and experience gained so

far. All our findings are based on theoretical experience, so the results achieved could have been different.
The sample size taken for the survey was 60, and on the day of survey

only 55 students were present, so it may lack in giving the true picture of the objective and may some suggestions left by them.

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Data Presentation and Interpretation

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A1 On a scale of 1 to 5, rate the following factors characteristic of faculty member? (1 being very less and 5 being the highest)
Factors (Very Less) Solution of personnel problem Motivation to students Politeness Punctual and regular Influencing power Mixing with Students Ego level Partiality toward someone Communica tion 11 StrictBMCM 2 10 15 8 1 2 3 4 5 Total (VeryHigh)

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55

3 2 2 3 2

2 8 2 4 1 15 11

15 11 10 15 8 12 10

14 16 14 12 21 4 10

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18 27 21 23
2 3

55
55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55

22 21
2 6

5 5

10 11

21 17

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Factors

5 Total

(Very Less)
Solution of personnel problem Motivation to students Politeness Punctual and regular Influencing power Mixing with Students Ego level Partiality toward someone Communicatio n 12 Strict BMCM 10.91% 9.09% 20%

(VeryHigh)

3.63% 5.45% 4% 3.63%

18.18% 3.63% 14.54% 3.63%

27.27% 27.27% 20% 18.18%

14.54% 25.45% 29.09% 25.45%

36.38% 38.20% 32.71% 49.11%

100.00% 100.00% 100% 100.00%

5.45%
3.63%

7.29%
1.82% 27.27%

27.27%
14.54% 21.81%

21.81%
38.20% 7.29%

38.18%
41.81%
3.63%

100.00%
100.00% 100%

40%

38.19%
3.63%

20% 9.09%

18.18% 18.18%

18.18%

5.45% 30.91% 29.09%

100.00%
100.00% 100.00%

38.19% 30.91%

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Percentage
10.00% 36.38% 38.20% 20.00% 30.00% 40.00% 50.00% 60.00% 0.00%

Solution of personnel problem Motivation to students

Rating at 5 Point

Rating at 5 point

32.71%

Politeness

49.11%

Punctual and regular


38.18%

Influencing power Mixing with Students

41.81%

Rating at 4 Point
Rating at 4 point
45.00% 40.00% 35.00% 30.00% 25.00% 20.00% 15.00% 10.00% 5.00% 0.00% 38.19% 30.91%

Percentage

Communication Characteristics

Strict

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Rating at 1 Point
Rating at 1 point
41% 40% 40%

Percentage

40% 39% 39% 38% 38% 37% Ego level Partiality toward someone Characteristics 38.19%

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B1 Does he explain at student level?

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B2 Does he like to repeat things?

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B3 What is knowledge level of Subject?

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B4 Does he teach practical use of subject?

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B6 How frequently he cover the entire topic in detail?

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B7 How often he welcome participation from class?

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C1 How many time you come with preparation in advance of his lecture?

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C2 How frequently you feel Sleepy in class?

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C3 On an average, how much do you understand of his teaching?

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C4 How often you participate in his lecture?

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C5 Do you like his method of teaching?


Never 2% R arely 7%

O ften 24%

A lway s 67%

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Meth o d o f teac h in g

C6 why do you like to attend his lecture?

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D1 How much you are satisfied with him?

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Deciding the hypothesis


The

null hypothesis is that there is no

significant difference between the sample mean and hypothetical mean I.e. 60%.

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H0 :
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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

0.79 0.79 0.79 0.79 0.79 0.79 0.79 0.79 0.79

0.21 0.21 0.21 0.21 0.21 0.21 0.21 0.21 0.21

0.0441 0.0441 0.0441 0.0441 0.0441 0.0441 0.0441 0.0441 0.0441 = 1.4705

S.D. = 55

= 1.4705 55

= 0.16351

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H0: = 0 Z = X- Now we have to calculate X = S/ n = 0.16351 / 55 = 0.02204 Taking at 70% (0.7) Z = X- = 0.79 0.7 / 0.02204 = 4.0834

The critical value of is

z=1.96 for a twotailed at 5% level of significance. Since, the computed value of z = 4.0834 falls in the rejected region, we reject the null hypothesis

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H0: = 0 Z = X- Now we have to calculate X = S/ n = 0.16351 / 55 = 0.02204 Taking at 75% (0.75) Z = X- = 0.79 0.75 / 0.02204 32 = 1.81488

The critical value of is

z=1.96 for a twotailed at 5% level of significance. Since, the computed value of z = 1.81488falls in the accepted region, we accept the null hypothesis.

D2 Any suggestions for him?

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Learning from the project:


From questionnaire

1) About identity
2) About questions

A communication is always necessary in many way How to coordinate with group members

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Conclusion:
Considering hypothesis

Considering question D2
Suggestions

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Thank You..
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