Survey in Organic Soap

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A PROJECT REPORT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
We owe a great many thanks to a great many people who helped and supported us to complete this project without them this project was impossible to do. Our deepest thanks to Professors, Dr. Sarmistha Das and Dr. Chandrima Sinha (faculty of EIILM, Kolkata) the Guide of the project for guiding and constant supervision and co-operation along with valuable suggestions which provided conceptual understanding to us and helped us in completing the project successfully. They has taken pain to guide us and to teach us the various stage of the project and make necessary correction as and when needed. We express our thanks to Dr. R. P. Banerjee (Director of EIILM), for extending his support and encouragement which helped us in completion of this project. We would also thank our Institution and our faculty members without whom this project would have been a distant reality. We also extend our heartfelt thanks to our family, friends and well wishers. Last but not the least all the group members of group (organic soap), thanks to all for the cooperation of everyone.

“And to God, who made all things possible.”

Abstract
The survey/study of organic soap is done for the academic purpose. The objective of this project is to study whether they are aware of organic soap or not and willingness to pay towards organic soap in an around Kolkata and suburb areas. Our targeted population was all the employee of middle and high income group. We prepared questionnaire and made survey according to the objectives. Sample was drawn according to the pay roll of the employee. Our technique was Purposive sampling under Probability sampling. Around 69 samples were collected across disciplines, showing an overwhelming support for the idea of open access. This article serves as an introduction to the survey and presents this and other highlights from a preliminary analysis of the survey responses. To allow a maximal re-use of the information collected by this survey, the data are hereby released. From the survey we found that 77% of the populations are aware about the organic soap and 72% of the populations are willing to pay extra money for the organic soap and it can be seen that willingness is depending very much on income level. .

Contents
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1.| Introduction………………………………………………………..| 5| 2.| Objectives…………………………………………………………….| 7| 3.| Methodology| 7|
| * Sampling Frame........................................| 8| | * Target population…………………………….| 8| | * Sample Size................................................| 8| | * Sampling Process......................................| 8| | * Survey Instruments.....................................| 8| | * Mode of Data Collection...........................| 8| | * Data analysis and interpretation...............| 9| 4.| Findings and analysis...........................................| 9| | * Key & Relevant factors that are taken into consideration……………………………………| 10| | * Awareness of people about organic soap…..| 11| | * Sources of information……………………….| 12| | * Mean of key factor……………………………..| 12| | * Willingness to pay| 13|

| * Willingness to pay how much extra amount| 14|
5.| Conclusion | |
| * Recommendation......................................| 14| | * Conclusion................................................| 15| 6.| Appendices..........................................................| 16| 7.| Bibliography.......................................................| 19|

Introduction
The use of Organic soap (green soap) is increasing day by day. This soap is most used by elderly people and the people who all are conscious about their health. Many people agree that organic soap refer to Soap made...
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