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# Q.

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The testing is done taking Background of Women age and frequency of Their Preference to Various Sectors
Bank Student House Wife Working Women Retired Women Total 15 0 5 0 20 Insurance 15 0 10 0 25 Automobile Communication Academic 5 5 0 0 10 3 7 0 0 10 0 12 0 3 15 Retail 8 6 6 0 20 Total 46 30 21 3 100

INTERPRETATION: Any individual has a lots of choice of sector for the job but we have selected major sector such as, banking, insurance, automobile, communication, academic and retailing. Research shows that out of 100 respondent 25 wants to join an insurance as their interested area for job while, retail and banking having equal scope of interested of respondents. But communication and automobile is sector in which people are not much interested to work. From above chart, we can say that an insurance sector occupy vital place for attaining the job.

TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS
H0 = RESPONDENTS ARE NOT AWARE ABOUT VARIOUS SECTOR. H1 = RESPODENTS ARE AWARE ABOUT VARIOUS SECTOR.

ANOVA Source of Variation SS Rows( Sectors) 161 Columns(Occupation) 45.83333333 Error 348.5 Total 555.3333333

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MS F P-value F crit 3 53.66667 2.3099 0.117818 3.287382 5 9.166667 0.394548 0.844946 2.901295 15 23.23333 23

(At 5% significance level)

Fc<Ft.e.287382 tabulated value.e. so the null hypothesis that there is no significant difference within the selected sample of respondents is accepted . It means that Respondents Are not Aware About various Sectors For columns calculated value is 0. there is no significant difference in various sectors is Accepted. Fc<Ft.For rows calculated value is 2.e.e. From the above table we can see that in rows i.901295 tabulated value . so. It means that there is no significant difference between Occupation of Women And their Preference to Various Sectors. frequency of their Preference to Various sectors calculated value is less than tabulated value i. the null hypothesis. In column i. Occupation of Women calculated value is less than tabulated value i.3099<3.e. i. .394548 <2.

e.12796 tabulated value. Fc<Ft. the null hypothesis is accepted.234827 10. Occupation of Women calculated value is less than tabulated value i. TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS H0 = RESPONDENTS ARE NOT READY TO START CAREER WITH INSURANCE SECTOR.Q.769231<9. . ANOVA Source of Variation Rows Columns Error Total SS 483 200 273 956 df 3 1 3 7 MS F P-value F crit 161 1.e. For columns calculated value is 2.e.197802 0. In column i. There can be any reason for this result like other sector. so. so the null hypothesis that there is no significant difference between the occupation of women within the selected sample of respondents is accepted It means that there is no significant difference between occupation of women and career with insurance.e. It means that more number of respondents not ready to start career with insurance Sector. Fc<Ft.8 The testing is done taking Background of Women and frequency of Their Preference to Career With Insurance Sector. Ready to start Career With Insurance calculated value is less than tabulated value i. From the above table we can see that in rows i. so that maximum number of people will not going to start their career in insurance sector.769231 0. H1 = RESPODENTS ARE READY TO START CAREER WITH INSURANCE SECTOR.12796 91 For rows calculated value is 1. lack of knowledge of working in insurance at starting phase of career.197802<10.276628 tabulated value.325462 9.276628 200 2. Yes 20 0 10 0 30 No 26 30 11 3 70 Total 46 30 21 3 100 Students House Wife Working Women Retired Women Total INTERPRETATION: Above question was asked to know that are respondent ready to start their career with the insurance sector? The chart shows that only 30 respondents ready to start their journey in an insurance sector while 70 respondents refuse to start their career in insurance sector.

456311 <10.456311 0. Opportunity in Insurance calculated value is less than tabulated value i.9 The testing is done taking Background of Women and frequency of Their Preference for Opportunity Insurance Sector. ANOVA Source of Variation Rows Columns Error Total SS 483 50 103 636 df MS F P-value F crit 3 161 4.118281 9. Thus result shows combined feedback or the opportunity of women is less compared to man in the sector namely insurance. In column i. Fc<Ft.e. For columns calculated value is 1. the null hypothesis is accepted.e. so the null hypothesis that there is no significant difference between the occupation of women within the selected sample of respondents is accepted It means that there is no significant difference between occupation of women and opportunity for women in insurance sector. H1 = THERE IS OPPORTUNITY FOR WOMEN IN INSURANCE SECTOR.33333 7 For rows calculated value is 4. Because 60 respondents were not found an opportunity for women while remaining 40 respondents were enhancing the opportunity of women in an insurance sector.12796 tabulated value. Fc<Ft.276628 1 50 1. Yes 15 17 8 0 40 No 31 13 13 3 60 Total 46 30 21 3 100 Students House Wife Working Women Retired Women Total INTERPRETATION: The main purpose behind these whole research study was to evaluate the opportunity for women in an insurance sector. It means that there is no opportunity fro women in insurance sector. Occupation of Women calculated value is less than tabulated value i.Q.68932 0. TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS H0 = THERE IS NO OPPORTUNITY FOR WOMEN IN INSURANCE SECTOR.313996 10.68932 < 9. so..e. .276628 tabulated value.e.12796 3 34. From the above table we can see that in rows i.

5 725.3333 df MS F P-value F crit 3 53.901295 15 29.8333 443. 32 respondents believe that only government sector will give job security and satisfaction.815107 0.555829 2.10 The testing is done taking Background of Women and frequency of Their Preference for secure & satisfy Employment Opportunity.Q.287382 5 24. While 23 respondents were in favour of corporate sector for the same .817362 0. And public sector and self employment showing approximately same opportunity .56667 23 . Goveren ment Students House Wife Working Women Retired Women Total 16 0 13 3 32 Corporat MultiNati Public e onal 0 15 0 0 15 15 8 0 0 23 10 0 0 0 10 Self Employm ent 5 5 6 0 16 Franchi see 0 2 2 0 4 Total 46 30 21 3 100 INTERPRETATION: Above pie chart showing the review of each sector with the context of job security and the satisfaction of employee. TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS H0 = THERE IS NO SIGNIFICANCE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VARIOUS SECTORS FOR SECURE AND SATISFY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY H1 = THERE IS SIGNIFICANCE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VARIOUS SECTORS FOR SECURE AND SATISFY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ANOVA Source of Variation Rows Columns Error Total SS 161 120.16667 0.66667 1. but only 4% of total respondent were believe that the franchisee provides job security and satisfaction opportunity to the employee.187656 3. From above chart.

287382tabulated value. . so the null hypothesis that there is no significant difference between the occupation of women within the selected sample of respondents is accepted It means that there is no significant difference between occupation of women and secure & satisfy employment opportunity.815107 < 3. For columns calculated value is 0.e.. the null hypothesis is accepted. From the above table we can see that in rows i. Secure & Satisfy employment opportunity calculated value is less than tabulated value i.901295tabulated value. Fc<Ft.For rows calculated value is 1.e. Fc<Ft.. Occupation of Women calculated value is less than tabulated value i. It means that THERE IS NO SIGNIFICANCE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VARIOUS SECTORS FOR SECURE AND SATISFY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY.e.e.817362 < 2. so. In column i.