Sunday, 30 September 2012

RESULTS-SURVEY–1: IS CHHATTISGARH READY TO BRING HOME PROFESSIONALS WORKING AWAY?


BACKGROUND:
Background to the Survey is given in the following blog-post:-

SURVEY DESIGN:
Document on the Design of the Survey can be accessed at following link:-


SURVEY RESULTS

In the survey, professionals from the state working at different locations across the globe were asked to make choice on following questions:-
Question-1: With good institutes getting operational (like IIM, IIIT, AIIMS, HNLU), improved health care facilities, improving recreational facilities (Malls and Multiplexes, Open-Air Museum, Stadiums), enhanced connectivity, availability of residential societies with best amenities and with attitudinal support for multicultural harmony, do you think that now Raipur is one of the happening places?
To select answers from following choices:-
a.     Strongly Agree
b.    Agree
c.     Disagree
d.    Strongly Disagree
e.    Can't Say

Question-2: Would you like to relocate to Raipur, if you are offered the same job profile with same pay package and same career development path by your company (or any other company at par with the company you work for)?
To select answers from following choices:-
a.     Surely
b.    May be
c.     May be after a few years
d.    No
e.    Never
f.      Can't Say

 
In reference to Question-1 and Question-2 above, the key results of the survey are summarized in the following paragraphs.

Professionals having their home towns in the state of Chhattisgarh have shown a strong inclination in favor of relocating to work in the state. In the survey, approximately three fourth (74.3%) of the respondents have indicated that they would ‘Surely’ like to return to Chhattisgarh.
Further, 32.4% of the respondents ‘Strongly Agree’ and 47.1% respondents ‘Agree’ that Raipur (Capital City of Chhattisgarh) is now amongst the happening places in India. Among these respondents (who either ‘Strongly Agree’ or ‘Agree’ that Raipur is a happening place), 83.8% have indicated that they will like to relocate to Raipur and only 2.5 percent have indicated that they would not like to relocate to Raipur.
Interestingly, approximately half of the respondents (46.7%) who did not agree (opted for ‘Strongly Disagree’, ‘Disagree’ or ‘Can’t Say’) with the fact that Raipur is now a happening place, have also indicated that they would ‘Surely’ like to relocate to Raipur, if offered job prospect at par with their current job. However, one fifth (20%) of such respondents indicated that they would not like to relocate to Raipur.
78.8% of respondents in the age group of 20-29 years have marked ‘Surely’ against 65.7% of respondents in the age group of 30-49 years, while answering for the question on relocation to Raipur. Further, for the same question, 78.8% of males were sure (marked ‘Surely’) as against 60% females (who marked ‘Surely’). On the contrary, in the response to question on Raipur being a happening place, respondents were more or less consistent across age-group and gender (with percentage of respondents answering ‘Strongly Agree’ lying in the range of thirties, while those answering ‘Agree’ lying in the range of forties).
On the question of relocation, 66.7% of married respondents answered ‘Surely’ as against 83.7% of the respondent having marital status as Not Married (Never Married, Separated, Divorced and Widowed). Similarly, among the respondents having no kids, 76.3% responded to the question (on relocation) with answer choice of ‘Surely’ against 65.2% of those having kids. Further, amongst those respondents who have kids, the group of respondents having eldest kid in age-range 0-5 were more open to relocation (78.6% have indicated ‘Surely’ through answer choices for question on relocation) in comparison with the group of respondents having eldest kid in age-range >5 years (only 44.4% have indicated ‘Surely’ through answer choices for question on relocation).
77% of respondents working in services sector opted for ‘Surely’ as answer to question on relocation, while 71% from other sectors (other than services sector) have responded the same question with ‘Surely’. On question related to Raipur being a happening place, around 80% in both these categories have either chosen ‘Strongly Agree’ or chosen ‘Agree’.
Marginal differences were observed with respect to locations as well, as (in response to question on relocation to Raipur) 64% of respondents working abroad indicated ‘Surely’ against 77% respondents working in India. Similarly, 78% of the respondents, who hail from Raipur showed their eagerness to come home by selecting ‘Surely’ for question on relocation to Raipur and 71% of those respondents who have their home towns located in cities other than Raipur have selected ‘Surely’ for the same question.
On taking a conservative approach, the ratio of the respondents who agreed to Raipur being a happening place to those who disagreed for the same has been found to be 3.69 (amongst all the respondents). In this ratio calculation extreme answer choices (‘Strongly Agree’ and ‘Strongly Disagree’) and indecisive answer choice (‘Can’t Say’) have not been considered.
 
More details on the results of the survey are available at following links:-

RESPONDENT DISTRIBUTION

(Important Graphs on Respondents Distribution are listed below the blog for your reference)

More details on Respondents Distribution can be accessed at following link:-

 

SURVEY RESULTS

(Important Graphs on Survey Results are listed below the blog for your reference)

More details on Survey Results can be accessed at following links:-

 

DETAILED-RESULTS–SURVEY–1: IS CHHATTISGARH READY TO BRING HOME PROFESSIONALS WORKING AWAY?

 

TABULAR-RESULTS–SURVEY–1: IS CHHATTISGARH READY TO BRING HOME PROFESSIONALS WORKINGAWAY?



SURVEY TEAM:
Santosh Behar                                                                                                 Abhijit Chakravarty
Neha Behar                                                                                                      Abhishek Agrawal 
 
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RESPONDENT DISTRIBUTION

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KEY SURVEY RESULTS

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OVER ALL RESPONDENTS
 

 
 
OTHER IMPORTANT RESULTS
 

 




 

 


 

 
 
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1 comment:

  1. nice efforts guys, like it, i m a chhattisgari person, love my native place but the point is - making malls or roads or naya raipur is not enough to bring people back,
    it's still a new baby, not so investor friendly, and social system is far far away to Bombay culture.
    no, i m not being hypo-critic, but still it has to go a long way.

    Anurag
    anurag1942@gmail.com

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