A Study on Internet Usage on A Weekly Basis

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This research survey is done to know the weekly internet usage of students of PGDM A in IPE. The survey conducted was a sample survey and the usage was calculated in terms of hours.

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A Study on Internet Usage on A Weekly BasisIntroduction:This research survey is done to know the weekly internet usage of students of PGDM A in IPE. The survey conducted was a sample survey and the usage was calculated in terms of hours. The primary objective of this survey is to know hours of usage of internet and classify the users in terms of Minimal usage, Light usage, Medium usage, and Heavy usage and to look strategies to convert potential customers to heavy usage.Serial No.Usage in HoursNumber of UsersPercentage10-10311.6%210-20519.2%320-301350%430-40519.2%Total26100%Interpretation:According to the research we could find that 11.6% of people use less than ten hours per week they can be called as Nominal users. Then 19.2% of people use less than 20 hours a week they can be called as light users. The maximum number of people is Medium users i.e.,

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