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  • 1. [Type text] GROUP NO.12(A) PROJECT REPORT ON “INTERNET & E-LEARNING” Presented to, Mr. Baxis Patel Faculty Member, Navnirman Institute of Management, (BBA College, Surat) On 15th September 2011In partial fulfillment of the requirement for the “Research Methodology” subject of BBA program Presented By, Prachi Shah (171) Sonam Shah (179)NIM Page 1
  • 2. [Type text] “INTERNET &E-LEARNING”NIM Page 2
  • 3. [Type text] PREFACEThe survey is on the topic of “INTERNET & E-LEARNING” From which wecan get clear idea of internet industry. We can also find out, after doing asurvey that we can find out about awreness of internet & e-learnig whichpreferred by the people and at which location. And about behavior towards ofthe people.This project is benefit for getting knowledge & online sites throughinternet & e-learnig survey. Or in future our juniors get the benefit forresearch in future.NIM Page 3
  • 4. [Type text]Overview of internetSometime in the mid 1960′s, during the Cold War, it became apparent thatthere was a need for a bombproof communications system. A concept wasdevised to link computers together throughout the country. With such asystem in place large sections of the country could be nuked and messagescould still get through.In the beginning, only government “think tanks” and a few universities werelinked. Basically the Internet was an emergency military communicationssystem operated by the Department of Defense’s Advanced Research ProjectAgency (ARPA). The whole operation was referred to as ARPANET.In time, ARPANET computers were installed at every university in the UnitedStates that had defense related funding. Gradually, the Internet had gonefrom a military pipeline to a communications tool for scientists. As morescholars came online, the administration of the system transferred fromARPA to the National Science Foundation.NIM Page 4
  • 5. [Type text]E-learning Overview E-Learning Overview - a detailed overview of how to introduce and implement e-learning. Written for Forbes magazine by Brandon Hall, this comprehensive report includes: - building a foundation; - content choices; - champion the cause; ect networked delivered to the end-user via a computer using standard internet technology focuses on the broadest view of learning NIM Page 5
  • 6. [Type text]ACKNOWLEDGEMENTI owe a great many thanks to a great many people who helped andsupported me during the serve on internet awerness n of e-learning topic.My deepest thanks to Lecturer, [baxis sir] the Guide of theproject for guiding and correcting various documents of mine with attention andcare. He has taken pain to go through the project and make necessarycorrection asand when needed.I express my thanks to the Principal , forextending his support.My deep sense of gratitude to [my classmates,relative,and my friends] WASUNDERTAKEN] supportand guidance. Thanks and appreciation to the helpful people for their support.I would also thank my Institution and my faculty members without whomthisproject would have been a distant reality. I also extend my heartfelt thanks .NIM Page 6
  • 7. [Type text]SUMMARY OF PROJECT:The Exchange Network Governance is committed to building a state-of-the-artEnvironmentalInformation Exchange Network (Exchange Network) which will become thepreferred methodfor exchanging environmental data in support of better environmental decision-making. TheExchange Network governance seeks to achieve an Exchange Network that, by2012, is:! CompleteóExchange Network infrastructure is fully implemented, andoperated andmaintained in a way that assures reliability and continuity;! SignificantóUse and application of the Exchange Network has been expandedin a waythat supports environmental decision-making; and! RelevantóThe Exchange Network is responsive to customer needs.This strategic plan establishes objectives and strategic targets for the ExchangeNetwork andidentifies strategies for achieving these by 2012.1 The Exchange Network Leadership Council(ENLC) has developed this plan in support of its mission to establish strategicdirection andNIM Page 7
  • 8. [Type text]oversee implementation of the Exchange Network.This plan:! Identifies objectives and strategic targets for Exchange Network growth andoperationsthrough 2012.! Links the objectives and strategic targets to performance metrics.! Identifies corresponding partner milestones and governance responsibilitiesfor achievingthe strategic targets.! Provides the ENLC with a tool to help manage resource allocation to mosteffectivelyimplement and grow the Exchange Network.Better Environmental Decisionsó the Exchange Network Vision andMissionThe vision2 for the Exchange Network is:The Exchange Network is a partnership to support better environmentaldecisionsthrough improved access to, and exchange of, improved environmentalinformation.The mission of the Exchange Network is:To improve environmental data exchange, quality, access, and analysis for agrowingNIM Page 8
  • 9. [Type text] INDEX:Sr.no. Particular Page no. Preface Acknowledgement Executive summaryCh. 1 Introduction of pharmaceutical industry 1.1 1.1 The Indian pharmaceutical industry (IPo) today 1.2 Major Company:Ch.2 Impacts of consumer awernessCh. 33.1 Main objective3.2 Sub objective3.3 Nature of research3.4 Scope of research3.5 Data collection3.6 Data collection time period3.7 Sampling i. Sampling size ii. Sampling frame iii. Sample element iv. Sampling methodNIM Page 9
  • 10. [Type text] v. Survey tools and method3.8 Response rate3.9 Pilot survey3.10 Limitations of the studyCh. 4 Analysis and interpretation of dataCh.5 FindingsCh.6 Recommendations Annexure BibliographyNIM Page 10
  • 11. [Type text] Ch-1 Introduction tointernet & e-learningIndustry:NIM Page 11
  • 12. [Type text]1-Introduction: of internetBy the turn of the century, information, including access to the Internet, willbe the basis for personal, economic, and political advancement. The popularname for the Internet is the information superhighway. Whether you want tofind the latest financial news, browse through library catalogs, exchangeinformation with colleagues, or join in a lively political debate, the Internet isthe tool that will take you beyond telephones, faxes, and isolated computers toa burgeoning networked information frontier.The Internet supplements the traditional tools you use to gather information,Data Graphics, News and correspond with other people. Used skillfully, theInternet shrinks the world and brings information, expertise, and knowledgeon nearly every subject imaginable straight to your computer.E-learning is the unifying term to describe the fields of online learning, web-based training, and technology-delivered instruction.Although we have strong opinions about where eLearning is likely to go andhow quickly it may or may not get there, this page is dedicated to linking youto the myriad of e-learning resources in the e-world.NIM Page 12
  • 13. [Type text]E-learning Industry E-Learning Industry - a detailed overview of the current e-learning situation. Written for Forbes magazine by Brandon Hall, this comprehensive report covers: - economic drivers; - corporate drivers; - corporate economies; and - a benchmark study of best practices. NIM Page 13
  • 14. [Type text] Recent trends in internet Industry: Internet in India is drawing fair number of eyeballs, interest, conversation and investment. Through putting my business perspective, thoughts and understanding of the "space" in this blog and by encouraging readers to comment and contribute I am attempting a more comprehensive business view of the Internet Industry in India. I encourage readers to contribute and take this dialogue forward. 1-How Safe Is Safe 2-It Begins With the Search 3-More Regulation - but How Much More? 4- That’s Entertainment, 5-Maybe Making Money With Blogs 6-Offline Content Moves Online. 7. An Intrusive Word From Our SponsorNIM Page 14
  • 15. [Type text]1.2 Major Companiesaccording to Nielsen NetRatings Unique Audience Time per Person# Company or Parent May 2005 ( hh:mm:ss )1 Microsoft 107,450,000 2:01:062 Yahoo! 97,499,000 3:00:303 Time Warner 96,911,000 5:24:414 Google 77,327,000 0:41:185 United States Government 53,881,000 0:26:346 eBay 53,416,000 2:07:107 InterActiveCorp 40,949,000 0:22:318 Amazon 38,694,000 0:22:129 RealNetworks 32,906,000 0:42:5410 Walt Disney Internet Group 32,332,000 0:33:14NIM Page 15
  • 16. [Type text]Ch.2. Company IntroductionNIM Page 16
  • 17. [Type text]Internet:By the turn of the century, information, including access to the Internet, willbe the basis for personal, economic, and political advancement. The popularname for the Internet is the information superhighway. Whether you want tofind the latest financial news, browse through library catalogs, exchangeinformation with colleagues, or join in a lively political debate, the Internet isthe tool that will take you beyond telephones, faxes, and isolated computers toa burgeoning networked information frontier.The Internet supplements the traditional tools you use to gather information,Data Graphics, News and correspond with other people. Used skillfully, theInternet shrinks the world and brings information, expertise, and knowledgeon nearly every subject imaginable straight to your computer.E-learning is the unifying term to describe the fields of online learning, web-based training, and technology-delivered instruction.Although we have strong opinions about where eLearning is likely to go andhow quickly it may or may not get there, this page is dedicated to linking youto the myriad of e-learning resources in the e-world.NIM Page 17
  • 18. [Type text]2.1 Inception/Founder(You Can Consider -Why,Who, Whom, How ,When, Where)When the late Senator Ted Kennedy heard in 1968 that the pioneeringMassachusetts company BBN had won the ARPA contract for an "interfacemessage processor (IMP)," he sent a congratulatory telegram to BBN for theirecumenical spirit in winning the "interfaith message processor" contract.Who was the first to use the Internet?Charley Kline at UCLA sent the first packets on ARPANet as he tried toconnect to Stanford Research Institute on Oct 29, 1969. The systemcrashed as he reached the G in LOGIN!Did Al Gore invent the Internet?According to a CNN transcript of an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Al Goresaid,"During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiativein creating the Internet." Al Gore was not yet in Congress in 1969 whenARPANET started or in 1974 when the term Internet first came into use.Gore was elected to Congress in 1976. In fairness, Bob Kahn and Vint Cerfacknowledge in a paper titled Al Gore and the Internetthat Gore hasprobably done more than any other elected official to support the growthand development of the Internet from the 1970s to the presentEthernet, a protocol for many local networks, appeared in 1974, anoutgrowth of Harvard student Bob Metcalfes dissertation on "PacketNetworks." The dissertation was initially rejected by the University fornot being analytical enough. It later won acceptance when he addedsome more equations to itNIM Page 18
  • 19. [Type text]2.2 Company’s Products MixE-Marketing MixE-product strategiesE-price strategiesE-place strategiesE-promotion strategies2.4 Target market of internet:How to Reach your Target Market on the InterneBecause of the rapidly evolving nature of the Internet, marketers have to remain onthe cutting edge of traffic-generating techniques. After all, reaching buyers moreeffectively turns more profit. Reaching your target market online doesnt have to bedifficult. Holding fast to some basic steps for target marketing will guarantee asolid foundation for your online empire and will make it easy for you to keep upwith developing trendshttp://www.ehow.com/how_2105703_reach-target-market-internet.html#ixzz1XzJ8zNjtNIM Page 19
  • 20. [Type text]2.5 Recent news of internet: o Facebook If I Die app kills your computer o Senator wants federal law to protect your data o How safe is your hotel room safe? o Critical Adobe security updates coming tomorrow o Threats posted on White House Facebook page o Russias embassy in UK says hackers hit website o Hacker group draws increased scrutiny from feds o Are our cyber defenses even weaker since 9/11? o FBI probes hacking of NBC News Twitter account o Dad sues Facebook over daughters racy pics o NBC Twitter account hacked, issued false report o Google warns Iranian users to change passwords o Researchers easily harvest companies emails o NYT: Privacy breach: Patient data posted onlineNIM Page 20
  • 21. [Type text] Ch. 3Theoretical Framework(Theoretical part of yourselected topic):NIM Page 21
  • 22. [Type text]Figure 1: The Classroom Learning EnvironmentNIM Page 22
  • 23. [Type text]Figure 2: The Postal System Learning EnvironmenNIM Page 23
  • 24. [Type text]Figure 3: The Internet Learning EnvironmenNIM Page 24
  • 25. [Type text]Figure 4: The Components of the Internet LearningEnvironment (Central Administra )NIM Page 25
  • 26. [Type text] Ch.4Research MethodologyNIM Page 26
  • 27. [Type text]4.1 Main Objective:Sub objectives: To find about the online sited for education To find the limitations in Consumer awareness the internet & e-learningNIM Page 27
  • 28. [Type text]4.3 The nature of the InternetBy Gerry McGoverIn time, last week may have been seen as the moment when many doorsbegan to be shut and locked on the Internet. The Internet, this wonderfulexperiment in openness, must face the reality that it exists within a naturalworld where everything that is open is open to attack.We have hackers and we have viruses and they test and seek to infect.The classic response is to see the people who hack and create viruses ascriminals, but the reality is much more complex. We won’t resolve theproblems that currently face the Internet through a heavier dose of lawenforcement. The law of man is not the law that hackers and virusesrespond to, but rather the law of nature.4.4 Scope of the Research :Internet standardscybermetricssecurity and confidentiality issuesInternet demographicssocial impact of the Internetdigital imaging and multimediahealth care recordshigh-speed networkstelecommunicationsoftware developmentNIM Page 28
  • 29. [Type text]4.5 Data Collection (Primary / Secondary):Data is one of the most important and vital aspect of any research studies.Researches conducted in different fields of study can be different inmethodology but every research is based on data which is analyzed andinterpreted to get information.Data is the basic unit in statistical studies. Statistical information likecensus, population variables, health statistics, and road accidents recordsare all developed from data.Data is important in computer science. Numbers, images and figures incomputer are all data.Primary data: rimary Data:Data that has been collected from first-hand-experience is known asprimary data. Primary data has not been published yet and is more reliable,authentic and objective. Primary data has not been changed or altered byhuman beings, therefore its validity is greater than secondary data.Secondary Data:Data collected from a source that has already been published in any form iscalled as secondary data. The review of literature in nay research is basedon secondary data. MNostly from books, journals and periodicals.NIM Page 29
  • 30. [Type text](3.7) Samplingi. Sample size The sample size of survey is 75.ii. Sampling Frame The sampling frame of the survey is of Surat and general public of city.iii. Sample Element The sample element of this survey of customer awreness of internet & e-learning.iv. Sampling method The sampling method used in survey is structured questionnairev. Survey tool and method Survey tool is Structured Questionnaire. And the method is ConvenientSampling of Non-probability Sampling.NIM Page 30
  • 31. [Type text](3.8) Response Rate The response rate during the survey was 95%(3.9) Pilot survey The pilot survey was done of 5 questionnaires by the general public andhardly in 2 question the respondent found difficulties. So, the changes were madein that question.Limitation of internet:1) The quality of information resources might not always be reliable andaccurate.Of course, with so many many websites and webmasters claiming to be anexpert in almost anything, we are ending up with stuffs like “learn how toearn online with a 13 year old“. While I don’t blame such approaches, theirintegrity and experience about the subject is definetly questionable.2) Searching of information can be very tedious. (It IS definetly timeconsuming)Let’s a take an example, just google for the word “money“, you will see 10pages full of resources(That’s only with google, now there are yahoo,NIM Page 31
  • 32. [Type text]msn..etc). So finding what you are exactly looking for, might take you somehours of browsing..3) Internet is definetly not 100% secure.We cannot neglect things like identity theft, a pc being compromised by acracker or your email account being compromised..etc( Thought: may be you could think about the possible solutions for thissituation )NIM Page 32
  • 33. [Type text] Ch.5 Analysis and Interpretation of Data(Question wise)NIM Page 33
  • 34. [Type text] 1. DO YOU HAVE AWARENESS OF INTERNET? a.YES [] b.NO[] a.yes 75 b.no 0 5.1 a.yes b.noNIM Page 34
  • 35. [Type text]2. WHERE DO YOU USE INTERNET? a.Businees [] b.Educatin [] c.Social work [] d.Other []. a.business 12 b.education 46 c.social work 8 d.other 9 5.2 a.business b.education c.social work d.otherNIM Page 35
  • 36. [Type text]3. WHAT IS USE OF INTERNET INEDUCATION? a.Knowledge [] b.Report [] c.Projects [] d.Courase related book [] a.knowledge 39 b.report 11 c.project 16 d.courase related 9 a.knowledge b.report c.project d.courase related 5.3NIM Page 36
  • 37. [Type text]? 4. HOW YOU TAKE INFORMATION OF EDUCATION FROM INTERNET a.Cd [] b.Pendrive [] c. Donwload [] d.other [] a.C.D 11 b.PENDRIVE 29 c.DONWLOAD 27 d.OTHER 8 a.C.D b.PENDRIVE c.DONWLOA D d.OTHERNIM Page 37
  • 38. [Type text]5. ARE YOU AWARE OF ONLINESITES FOR EDUCATION? a.Yes[] b.NO[] a.yes 59 b.no 16 60 50 40 30 Series1 20 10 0 a.yes b.noNIM Page 38
  • 39. [Type text]6 . HOW MANY SITES DO YOU KNOW for EDUCATION? a.2 Sites [] b.3 Sites [] c.5 Sites [] d.More them 5 [] a. 2 sites 30 b.3 sites 22 c. 5 sites 8 d. more then 5 15 35 30 25 20 15 Series1 10 5 0 a. 2 sites b.3 sites c. 5 sites d. more then 5NIM Page 39
  • 40. [Type text]7. WHICH SITES DO YOU PREFER MORE? a.GOOGLE [] b.YAHOO [] c.RIDDEF [] d.OTHER [] a.google 49 b.yahoo 17 c.reddif 1 d.other 8 d.othe r c.reddi f b.yaho Series1 o a.goog le 0 50NIM Page 40
  • 41. [Type text]8. WHICH SOCIAL NETWORKING PLATFORMS ARE THER a.Bloges [] b.Facebook [] c.Twitter [] d.Other [] a.bloge 9 b.facebook 47 c.twitter 13 d.other 6 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 Series1 15 10 5 09 . WHAT DO YOU DO OF INFORMATION YOU GET FROMSITES? a.Donwload [] b.Upload [] c.Just refer [] a.donwload 50NIM Page 41
  • 42. [Type text] b.upload 11 c.just refer 14 a.donwload b.upload c.just referNIM Page 42
  • 43. [Type text]10. DO YOU HAVE AWARENESS OF E- LEARING? a.YES[] b.NO[] a.yes 54 b.no 21 60 50 40 30 Series1 20 10 0 a.yes b.noNIM Page 43
  • 44. [Type text] 11.DO YOU HAVE INTERNET FACILITY IN YOUR COLLGE? a.YES[] b.NO[] a.yes 40 b.no 35 a.yes b.noNIM Page 44
  • 45. [Type text] 12. IS TODAYS GENRATION BELIVE IN E-LEARNING? S TODAY`S GENRA a.Agree [] b.Storngle disagree [] c.Disagree [] a.agree 58 b.storngle disagree 6 c.disagree 11 70 60 50 40 Series1 30 20 10 0 a.agree b.storngle c.disagree disagreeNIM Page 45
  • 46. [Type text] Cross tabulation : Q-3 What is use of internet in education? v/s Age Total 15-20 20-25 25-30 30- 35 a. Knowledge 24 12 21 b. Report 5 3 2 1 c. Projects 11 3 2 - d. Course related books 7 2 - - Option/age Total 15-20 20-25 25-30 30-35a. Knowledge 24 12 2 1 39b. Report 5 3 2 1 11c. Projects 11 3 2 - 16d. Course related books 7 2 - - 9 NIM Page 46
  • 47. [Type text] Q4 How you take Information of education from internet? v/s occupations. #REF!Option/occupation Total Students Bussinessman Housewife(ladies) Otherse. C.d. 7 4 - - 11f. pendrive 16 9 3 1 29g. download 19 7 1 - 27h. others 3 4 1 - 8 NIM Page 47
  • 48. [Type text]8-Annexure (Blank Questionnaire):-*QUESTION:1. DO YOU HAVE AWARENESS OF INTERNET? a.YES [] b.NO[]2. WHERE DO YOU USE INTERNET? a.Businees [] b.Educatin [] c.Social work [] d.Other [].3. WHAT IS USE OF INTERNET IN EDUCATION? a.Knowledge [] b.Report [] c.Projects [] d.Courase related book []4.HOW YOU TAKE INFORMATION OF EDUCATION FROM INTERNET? a.Cd [] b.Pendrive [] c. Donwload [] d.other []5.ARE YOU AWARE OF ONLINESITES FOR EDUCATION? a.Yes[] b.NO[]6.HOW MANY SITES DO YOU KNOW for EDUCATION? a.2 Sites [] b.3 Sites [] c.5 Sites [] d.More them 5 []7.WHICH SITES DO YOU PREFER MORE? a.GOOGLE [] b.YAHOO [] c.RIDDEF [] d.OTHER []NIM Page 48
  • 49. [Type text]8. WHICH SOCIAL NETWORKING PLATFORMS ARE THERE? a.Bloges [] b.Facebook [] c.Twitter [] d.Other []9.WHAT DO YOU DO OF INFORMATION YOU GET FROM SITES? a.Donwload [] b.Upload [] c.Just refer []10. DO YOU HAVE AWARENESS OF E- LEARING? a.YES[] b.NO[]11.DO YOU HAVE INTERNET FACILITY IN YOUR COLLAGE? a.YES[] b.NO[]12.IS TODAY`S GENRATION BELIVE IN E-LEARNING? a.Agree [] b.Storngle disagree [] c.DisagreeNIM Page 49
  • 50. [Type text] Personal DetailsName: _________________________________________________Address:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________Age Group: (15-20years) (20-25 years) (25-30 years) (30-45 years)E-mail:- _________________________________________Contact No.:- _____________________________________Annual Income:- ___________________________________Occupation: -______________________________________Family members:-________________________________NIM Page 50
  • 51. [Type text]Bibliographyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special%3ASearch&redirs=0&search=consumer http://www.ehow.com/how_2105703_reach-target-market-internet.html#ixzz1XzJ8zNjtName of the Author : 1. G.C.BERI. 2. kottler .Date of surfing: 6/9/2011-10/9/2011(approx)NIM Page 51

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