You are on page 1of 57

CHAPTER IV

DATA ANALYSIS AND INTREPRETATION


Table 4.1: Age level of the respondents

S.NO

AGE GROUP

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

21 30 Years

04

04%

31- 40 Years

03

03%

41 50 Years

62

62%

Above 50 years

31

31%

Total

100

100%

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 62% of the respondents are belongs to the age
group of 41 50 years, 31% of the respondents are belongs to the age group above 50 years,
04% of the respondents are belongs to the age group between 31 40 years, 03% of the
respondents are belongs to the age group of between 31-40 years.

Chart 4.1: Age of the respondents

0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1

Age group

Ab
ov
e

50

ye
ar
s

Ye
ar
s
41

50

Ye
ar
s
31
-4
0

30

Ye
ar
s

21

Percentage

Table 4.2: Gender of the respondents

S.NO

GENDER

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Male

46

46%

Female

44

44%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 46% of the respondents are male, 44% of the
respondents are female.

Chart 4.2: Gender of the respondents

46%

46%

45%
Percentage

45%

44%

44%

43%
Gender

Table 4.3: Marital status of the respondents

S.NO

MARITAL STATUS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Married

100

100%

Unmarried

00

00%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 1000% of the respondents are married,

Chart 4.3: Marital status of the respondents

120%

100%

80%

Percentage

60%

40%

20%

0%

Married

Unmarried
Marital status

Table 4.4: Qualification of the respondents

S.NO

EDUCATIONAL
QUALIFICATION

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

SSLC & Below

20

20%

HSc

38

38%

Diploma/Degree

17

17%

PG

25

25%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that 38% of the respondents are HSC,25% of the
respondents are postgraduates, 20% of the respondents are post graduates, 20% of the
respondents are SSLC & Below and remaining 17% of the respondents are degree/diploma is
their educational qualification.

Chart 4.4: Qualification of the respondents

40%
35%
30%
25%
Percentage

20%
15%
10%
5%
0%

SSLC & Below

HSc

Diploma/Degree

Educational Qualification

PG

Table 4.5: Experience of the respondents

S.NO

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

5 Years & Below

00

00%

6 - 10 years

07

07%

11 - 15 years

03

03%

Above 15 years

90

90%

Total

100

100%

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 90% of the respondents are having the work
experience of Above 15 years, 07% of the respondents are having the work experience of
between 6 - 10 years and remaining 03% of the respondents are having the work experience
between 11 - 20 years.

Chart 4.5: Experience of the respondents

90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%

ye
ar
s
15
Ab
ov
e

11

-1
5

ye
ar
s

ye
ar
s
-1
0
6

Ye
ar
s

&

Be
lo
w

0%

Percentage

Years of experience

Table 4.6: Monthly income of the respondents

S.NO

MONTHLY INCOME

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Rs.20,000 and Below

00

00%

Rs.21,000 30,000

09

09%

Rs.31,000 40,000

25

25%

Rs.41,000 50,000

19

19%

Above Rs.50,000

47

47%

Total

100

100%

INTREPRETATION:
The above table shows that, 47% of the respondents are at the monthly income of above
Rs.50, 000, 25% of the respondents are at the monthly income of Rs.31, 000 40,000,19% of the
respondents are at the monthly Rs.41,000 50,000, and remaining 4% of the respondents are at
the monthly income of Rs.21,000 30,000.

Chart 4.6: Monthly income of the respondents

50%
45%
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%

Monthly income

Rs
.5
0,
00
0

Ab
ov
e

Rs
.4
1,
00
0

50
,0
00

40
,0
00

30
,0
00
Rs
.3
1,
00
0

Rs
.2
1,
00
0

an
d

Be
lo
w

0%

Rs
.2
0,
00
0

percentage

Table 4.7: First aid facility is available in the work place

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

20

20%

Satisfied

44

44%

Neutral

25

25%

Dissatisfied

07

07%

Highly Dissatisfied

04

04%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 44% of the respondents are satisfied, 25% of the
respondents are neutral, 20% of the respondents are highly satisfied, and 7% of the respondents
are dissatisfied and remaining 4% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with first aid facility
provided in the work place.

Chart 4.7: First aid facility is available in the work place

50%
45%

44%

40%
35%
30%
25%

25%
20%
20%
15%
10%

7%
4%

5%
0%
Highly Satisfied

Satisfied

Neutral

Dissatisfied

Highly Dissatisfied

Table 4.8: canteen facility

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

10

10%

Satisfied

46

46%

Neutral

21

21%

Dissatisfied

19

19%

Highly Dissatisfied

04

04%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 44% of the respondents are satisfied, 25% of the
respondents are neutral, 20% of the respondents are highly satisfied, and 7% of the respondents
are dissatisfied and remaining 4% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with first aid facility
provided in the work place.

Table 4.8: canteen facility

40%
38%
35%

30%

25%
22%

22%

20%

15%

10% 10%
8%
5%

0%
Highly Satisfied

Satisfied

Neutral

Dissatisfied

Highly Dissatisfied

Table 4.9: shelter and restroom facility at work place

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

10

10%

Satisfied

38

38%

Neutral

22

22%

Dissatisfied

22

22%

Highly Dissatisfied

08

08%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 38% of the respondents are satisfied, both the
22% of the respondents are neutral and dissatisfied with respectively, 10% of the respondents are
highly satisfied, and remaining 8% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with shelter and
restroom facility at work place.

Chart 4.9: shelter and restroom facility at work place

40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%

at
is
fie
d

H
ig
hl
y

D
is
s

fie
d
D
is
sa
tis

eu
tr
al
N

Sa
tis
fie
d

Sa
tis
fie
d

0%

H
ig
hl
y

Percentage

Satisfication level

Table 4.10: cleanliness in work area

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

12

12%

Satisfied

15

15%

Neutral

61

61%

Dissatisfied

06

06%

Highly Dissatisfied

06

06%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 61% of the respondents are neutral, 15% of the
respondents are satisfied, 12% of the respondents are highly satisfied, and remaining both the 6%
of the respondents are highly dissatisfied and dissatisfied respectively with cleanliness in work
area.

Chart 4.10: cleanliness in work area

70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%

H
ig
hl
y

D
is
s

at
is
fie
d

at
is
fie
d
D
is
s

eu
tr
al
N

Sa
tis
fie
d

Sa
tis
fie
d

0%

H
ig
hl
y

Percentage

Satisfication level

Table 4.11: Quality and quantity of food provided

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

17

17%

Satisfied

40

40%

Neutral

29

29%

Dissatisfied

14

14%

Highly Dissatisfied

00

00%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
The above table shows that, 40% of the respondents are satisfied, 29% of the respondents
are neutral, 17% of the respondents are highly satisfied, and remaining 14% of the respondents
are dissatisfied with the quality and quantity of food provided.

Chart 4.11: Quality and quantity of food provided

40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%

D
is
s

at
is
fie
d

fie
d
H
ig
hl
y

D
is
sa
tis

eu
tr
al
N

Sa
tis
fie
d

Sa
tis
fie
d

0%

H
ig
hl
y

Percentage

Table 4.12: Drinking water facility in working area

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

15

15%

Satisfied

37

37%

Neutral

29

29%

Dissatisfied

12

12%

Highly Dissatisfied

07

07%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
The above table shows that, 37% of the respondents are satisfied, 29% of the respondents
are neutral, 15% of the respondents are highly satisfied, and r12% of the respondents are
dissatisfied and remaining 7% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with drinking water
facility provided in work area.

Chart 4.12: Drinking water facility in working area

40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%

H
ig
hl
y

D
is
s

at
is
fie
d

at
is
fie
d
D
is
s

eu
tr
al
N

Sa
tis
fie
d

Sa
tis
fie
d

0%

H
ig
hl
y

Percentage

Table 4.13: Latrine & Urinal facility provided

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

03

03%

Satisfied

74

74%

Neutral

14

14%

Dissatisfied

07

07%

Highly Dissatisfied

02

02%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
The above table indicates that, 74% of the respondents are satisfied, 14% of the
respondents are neutral, 7% of the respondents are dissatisfied, and 3% of the respondents are

highly satisfied and remaining 2% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with latrine and
urinal facility provided at work area.

Chart 4.13: Latrine & Urinal facility provided

80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%

H
ig
hl
y

D
is
s

at
is
fie
d

at
is
fie
d
D
is
s

eu
tr
al
N

Sa
tis
fie
d

Sa
tis
fie
d

0%

H
ig
hl
y

Percentage

Table 4.14: Ventilation facility

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

16

16%

Satisfied

56

56%

Neutral

23

23%

Dissatisfied

05

05%

Highly Dissatisfied

00

00%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:

The above table indicates that, 56% of the respondents are satisfied, 23% of the
respondents are neutral, 16% of the respondents are highly satisfied, and remaining 5% of the
respondents are dissatisfied with ventilation facility provided.

Chart 4.14: Ventilation facility

Highly Dissatisfied

Dissatisfied

Neutral

Satisfied

Highly Satisfied

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

Percentage

Table 4.15: personal productive tools provided at work area

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

09

09%

Satisfied

47

47%

Neutral

34

34%

Dissatisfied

10

10%

Highly Dissatisfied

00

00%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
The above table observes that, 47% of the respondents are satisfied with personal
productive tools provided at work area, 34% of the respondents are neutral, 10% of the
respondents are dissatisfied and remaining 9% of the respondents are highly satisfied.

Chart 4.15: personal productive tools provided at work area

Highly Dissatisfied

Dissatisfied

Neutral

Satisfied

Highly Satisfied
0%

5%

10%

15%

20%

25%

30%

35%

40%

45%

50%

Percentage

Table 4.16: housing facility provided by the corporation

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

32

32%

Satisfied

39

39%

Neutral

10

10%

Dissatisfied

13

13%

Highly Dissatisfied

06

06%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 39% of the respondents are satisfied, 32% of the
respondents are highly satisfied, 13% of the respondents are dissatisfied, 10% of the respondents
are Neutral and remaining both the 6% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with housing
facility provided by the corporation.

Chart 4.16: housing facility provided by the corporation

Highly Dissatisfied; 6%
Dissatisfied; 13%
Highly Satisfied; 32%

Neutral; 10%

Satisfied; 39%

Table 4.17: hospital facility provided by the corporation

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

36

36%

Satisfied

37

37%

Neutral

13

13%

Dissatisfied

03

03%

Highly Dissatisfied

11

11%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 37% of the respondents are satisfied, 36% of the
respondents are highly satisfied, 13% of the respondents are neutral, 11% of the respondents are
highly dissatisfied and remaining 03% of the respondents are dissatisfied with hospital facility
provided by the corporation.

Chart 4.17: hospital facility provided by the corporation

Highly Dissatisfied; 11%


Dissatisfied; 3%
Highly Satisfied; 36%

Neutral; 13%

Satisfied; 37%

Table 4.18: water and electricity supply at subsidized rate

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

45

45%

Satisfied

29

29%

Neutral

09

09%

Dissatisfied

05

05%

Highly Dissatisfied

02

02%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 45% of the respondents are highly satisfied, 29%
of the respondents are satisfied, 9% of the respondents are neutral, 5% of the respondents are
dissatisfied and remaining 02% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with water and
electricity subsidized rates.

Chart 4.18: water and electricity supply at subsidized rate

50%
45%

45%

40%
35%
30%
Percentage

29%

25%
20%
15%
10%

9%

5%
0%
0.5

5%
1

1.5

2.5

3.5

2%
4.5

Satisfication level

Table 4.19: education facility provided to the wards of the employees of NLC

5.5

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

33

33%

Satisfied

51

51%

Neutral

05

05%

Dissatisfied

08

08%

Highly Dissatisfied

03

03%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 51% of the respondents are satisfied, 33% of the
respondents are highly satisfied, 8% of the respondents are dissatisfied, 5% of the respondents
are neutral and remaining 03% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with education facility
provided to the wards of the employees of NLC.

Table 4.19: education facility provided to the wards of the employees of NLC

60%

50%

51%

40%

30%

33%

20%

10%
8%
5%
0%

Highly Satisfied

Satisfied

Neutral

Dissatisfied

Table 4.20: scholarship to the wards of employees

3%
Highly Dissatisfied

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

17

17%

Satisfied

62

62%

Neutral

11

11%

Dissatisfied

09

09%

Highly Dissatisfied

01

01%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 62% of the respondents are satisfied, 17% of the
respondents are highly satisfied, 11% of the respondents are neutral, 9% of the respondents are
dissatisfied and remaining 01% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with scholarship
provided to the wards of employees.

Chart 4.19: education facility provided to the wards of the employees of NLC

70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
Percentage
20%
10%

H
ig
hl
y

D
is
s

at
is
fie
d

fie
d

eu
tr
al
N

Sa
tis
fie
d

D
is
sa
tis

H
ig
hl
y

Sa
tis
fie
d

0%

Table 4.21: recreational club and infrastructure provided for employees and their families

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

19

19%

Satisfied

43

43%

Neutral

24

24%

Dissatisfied

11

11%

Highly Dissatisfied

03

03%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
The above table shows that, 43% of the respondents are satisfied, 24% of the respondents
are neutral, 19% of the respondents are highly satisfied, 11% of the respondents are dissatisfied
and remaining 03% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with recreational club and
infrastructure provided for employees and their families.

Chart4.21: recreational club and infrastructure provided for employees and their families

H
ig
hl
y

D
is
s

D
is
s

eu
tr
al

at
is
fie
d

at
is
fie
d

Sa
tis
fie
d

Sa
tis
fie
d

Percentage

H
ig
hl
y

45%

40%

35%

30%

25%

20%

15%

10%

5%

0%

Table 4.22: bus facility provided by the corporation

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

11

11%

Satisfied

51

51%

Neutral

26

26%

Dissatisfied

12

12%

Highly Dissatisfied

00

00%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
The above table indicates that, 51% of the respondents are satisfied with bus facility
provided by the corporation, 28% of the respondents are Neutral, 12% of the respondents are
dissatisfied and remaining 11% of the respondents are highly satisfied.

Chart 4.22: bus facility provided by the corporation

60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%

at
is
fie
d
D
is
s

fie
d
H
ig
hl
y

D
is
sa
tis

eu
tr
al
N

Sa
tis
fie
d

Sa
tis
fie
d

0%

H
ig
hl
y

Percentage

Table 4.23: special advance / loan at subsidized interest rate provided

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

26

26%

Satisfied

50

50%

Neutral

14

14%

Dissatisfied

08

08%

Highly Dissatisfied

02

02%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 50% of the respondents are satisfied, 26% of the
respondents are highly satisfied, 14% of the respondents are neutral, 8% of the respondents are
dissatisfied and remaining 02% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with special advance /
loan at subsidized interest rate provided by the corporation.

Chart 4.23: special advance / loan at subsidized interest rate provided

50%
45%
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%

D
is
s

at
is
fie
d

fie
d
H
ig
hl
y

D
is
sa
tis

eu
tr
al
N

Sa
tis
fie
d

Sa
tis
fie
d

0%

H
ig
hl
y

Percentage

Table 4.24: EPF scheme extended to the employees of NLC

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

18

18%

Satisfied

61

61%

Neutral

12

12%

Dissatisfied

07

07%

Highly Dissatisfied

02

02%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 61% of the respondents are satisfied, 18% of the
respondents are highly satisfied, 12% of the respondents are neutral, 7% of the respondents are
dissatisfied and remaining 02% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with EPF scheme
extended to the employees of NLC.

Chart 4.24: EPF scheme extended to the employees of NLC

70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
Highly Satisfied

Satisfied

Neutral

Dissatisfied Highly Dissatisfied

Table 4.25: funeral expanses provided by the corporation

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

20

20%

Satisfied

45

45%

Neutral

31

31%

Dissatisfied

03

03%

Highly Dissatisfied

01

01%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
The above table indicates that, 45% of the respondents are satisfied, 31% of
the respondents are neutral, 20% of the respondents are highly satisfied, 3% of the respondents
are dissatisfied and remaining 1% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with funeral
expanses provided by the corporation.

Chart 4.25: funeral expanses provided by the corporation

Highly Dissatisfied

Dissatisfied

Neutral

Satisfied

Highly Satisfied
0%

5%

10%

15%

20%

Percentage

25%

30%

35%

40%

45%

Table 4.26: training programme in respect to health awareness

S.NO

PARTICULARS

FREQUENCY

PERCENTAGE

Highly Satisfied

31

31%

Satisfied

46

46%

Neutral

12

12%

Dissatisfied

09

09%

Highly Dissatisfied

02

02%

100

100%

Total

INTREPRETATION:
From the above table it is inferred that, 46% of the respondents are satisfied, 31%
of the respondents are highly satisfied, 12% of the respondents are neutral, 9% of the
respondents are dissatisfied and remaining 02% of the respondents are highly dissatisfied with
training programme in respect to health awareness.

Chart 4.26: training programme in respect to health awareness

50%
45%
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%

D
is
s

at
is
fie
d

fie
d
H
ig
hl
y

D
is
sa
tis

eu
tr
al
N

Sa
tis
fie
d

Sa
tis
fie
d

0%

H
ig
hl
y

Percentage

Findings of the study

From the study, 62% of the respondents are belongs to the age group of 41 50 years.
From the study, 46% of the respondents are male.
From the study, 100% of the respondents are married.
From the study, 38% of the respondents are having their educational qualification is HSC.
From the study, 47% of the respondents are have their monthly income is above Rs.50,
000.

From the detailed analysis of the study it was found 44% of the respondents are satisfied
with first aid facility provided in the work place.
It is clearly understood from the analysis that 44% of the respondents are satisfied with
first aid facility provided in the work place.
It is understood from the study, 38% of the respondents are satisfied with shelter and
restroom facility at work place.
From the detailed analysis of the study it was found that 61% of the respondents are
neutral with cleanliness in work area.
From the study the 40% of the respondents are satisfied with the quality and quantity of
food provided.
From the study, 37% of the respondents are satisfied with drinking water facility provided
in work area.
From the detailed analysis of the study it was found 74% of the respondents are satisfied
with latrine and urinal facility provided at work area.

From the study, 56% of the respondents are satisfied with ventilation facility provided at
work area.
From the study, 47% of the respondents are satisfied with personal productive tools
provided at work area.
From the detailed analysis of the study it was found 39% of the respondents are satisfied
with housing facility provided by the corporation.

From the study, 37% of the respondents are satisfied with hospital facility provided by
the corporation.
From the study, 45% of the respondents are highly satisfied with water and electricity
subsidized rates.
From the study, 51% of the respondents are satisfied with education facility provided to
the wards of the employees of NLC.
Almost majority of 62% of the respondents are satisfied with scholarship provided to the
wards of employees.
From the study the 43% of the respondents are satisfied with recreational club and
infrastructure provided for employees and their families.
From the study the 43% 51% of the respondents are satisfied with bus facility provided
by the corporation
From the detailed analysis of the study it was found 50% of the respondents are satisfied
with special advance / loan at subsidized interest rate provided by the corporation.

It is clearly understood from the analysis that 61% of the respondents are satisfied with
EPF scheme extended to the employees of NLC.
From the study the 45% of the respondents are satisfied with funeral expanses provided
by the corporation.
It is clearly understood from the analysis that 46% of the respondents are satisfied with
training programme in respect to health awareness.