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ISHAN INSTITUTE OF
MANAGEMENT AND
TECHNOLOGY

MARKETING RESEARCH
ON
CONSUMERS PERCEPTION ON HERBAL PRODUCTS

SUBMITTED TO:-

SUBMITTED BY:-

Dr. D.K GARG SIR

SHILPA SINGHAL

CHAIRMAN

21st Batch

IIMT G. Noida

Enr no. 21005

ACKNOWLEGEMENT

This marketing research project is a golden opportunity for learning and self development. I
consider myself very lucky and honored to have so many wonderful people lead me through in
completion of this project.
I wish to express my indebted gratitude and special thanks to them who supported me during this
project. In spite of being extraordinarily busy with their duties, took time out to hear, guide and
keep me on the correct path and allowing me to carry out my industrial project work at their
esteemed organization and extending during the training. I do not know where I would been
without him.
I am very thankful to our respected chairman D K Garg sir, who has always been a source of
inspiration and motivation to all students of PGDM. I would express my deepest thanks to my
faculty Dr Hitendra Shukla sir and Dr Kirti Singh mam, for taking part in useful decision &
giving necessary advices and guidance and arranged all facilities to make my work easy. I choose
this moment to acknowledge their contribution gratefully.
Special regards to my friends and colleagues who have helped me keep my morale high.Not to
forget my family members who supported me even when I was in immense tensions of my work.
Thank you all.

Shilpa Singhal

DECLARATION

I Shilpa Singhal student of Ishan Institute of Management and Technology, Gr. Noida, (U.P.)
hereby declared that project entitled
CONSUMERS PERCEPTION ON HERBAL PRODUCT is original work carried by us
for the partial fulfillment of Post graduate diploma in Business Management under the guidance of
Dr. Hitendra Shukla sir and Dr. Kirti Singh mam.
It is the original project & respondents are original & we have followed all the guidance &
instructions issued by institute time to time for the preparation of this project. It is further
submitted that the questionnaire has been filled by the respondent in our presence only. The
compilation of all information and data are accurate, if it is found that anything is wrong or any
respondent is false than the institute can take any penal action against us and the guide.
It is further submitted that this project is the property of Ishan Institute of Management &
Technology, Gr.Noida, (U.P.)

Researchers Name:
Name

- Shilpa Singhal

Course - PGDM
ENR

- 21005

Batch

- 21st

Date :

Signature:

PREFACE

Market Research is indeed an ancient art; its emergence is of relatively recent origin for success of
any business and within this relatively short period, it has joined a great deal of importance and
stature.
Herbs as medicines are being used since Vedic age. Now-a-days people give preference to the
herbal products, as the chemical products being used for cosmetics are costlier and have side
effects. Herbal products are based o plants, natural minerals in single ingredient drugs and
compound

formulation

The Ayurvedic herbal products/ drugs are derived from vegetable sources from various parts
of the plants like root, leaf, flower fruit extrude or plant as a whole. Indian herbs and its
significance are popular worldwide. An herbal cosmetic have growing demand in the world market
and is an invaluable gift of nature. Herbal formulations always have attracted considerable
attention because of their good activity and comparatively lesser or nil side effects with synthetic
drugs. Herbs and spices have been used in maintaining and enhancing human beauty.
Indian women have long used herbs such as Sandalwood and Turmeric for skin care, Henna
to color the hair, palms and soles; and natural oils to perfume their bodies. Not too long ago,
elaborate herbal beauty treatments were carried out in the royal palaces of India to heighten
sensual appeal and maintain general hygiene. The herbal cosmetics manufactured and used
commonly for daily purpose include herbal face wash, herbal conditioner, herbal soap, herbal
shampoo etc.
The industry is now focusing on the growing segment with a vast scope of manifold
expansion in coming years. Herbal cosmetics are defined as the beauty products which processes
desirable physiological activity such as healing, smoothing appearance, enhancing and
conditioning properties because of herbal ingredient.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TOPIC
CHAPTER :-1

PAGE NO.

INTRODUCTION ABOUT TOPIC


CHAPTER :- 2

6-7

RESEARCH OBJECTIVE
CHAPTER :-3

8-9

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
10-24

(A) RESEARCH DESIGN


(B) DATA COLLECTION
(C) METHOD OF SAMPLING
(D) ANALYSIS OF THE STUDY
CHAPTER :-4
FINDING
CHAPTER :-5

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LIMITATION
CHAPTER :-6

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RECOMMENDATION
CONCLUTION
BIBLIOGRAPHY
ANNEXURE

27-29

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Chapter-1
INTRODUTION

Herbal Medicine, sometimes referred to as Herbalism or Botanical Medicine, is the use of herbs
for their therapeutic or medicinal value. An herb is a plant or plant part valued for its medicinal,
aromatic or savory qualities. Herb plants produce and contain a variety of chemical substances that
act upon the body.

This topic is based Herbal products. There are three Classes of variables involved in understanding
consumer behavior; stimulus, Response and intervening variables. Stimulus variables, such as
advertisements, Products exist in both the individuals external environment.
These generate a sensory input to consumers. Response variables are the resulting mental or
physical reactions of individuals who are influenced by stimulus variables. For e.g : Purchasing a
product or forming attitudes about it could be viewed as response variables.
Many of the variables affecting consumers (such as personality, learning, and perceptions are
external situations, motives, and so forth) cannot be directly observed.
A questionnaire was prepared by us in order to conduct market survey. The questionnaire was
based on different parameters to judge and understand the consumer behaviors and determine the
best possible strategies which could be used to know the point of view of customer .
The research carried out in this project was descriptive in customer. The study was aimed at
knowing the various stratery to promote Herbal products.
The use of this strategy is very helpful for most branded company. with the help of this advertise
he promote his product and increase his sales. .

1.2 RESEARCH OBJECTIVE

1.2.1 Primary Objective: 1. To analyze CONSUMERS PERCEPTION ON HERBAL PRODUCT

1.2.2 Secondary objective:a) To identify the factors affecting the choice of (Indian youth) on Herbal product.
b) To study the thinking of people toward the Herbal products this happened in our city to
promote his products.
c) To identify the impact of Herbal product in our life.
d) To study the people's perceptions about Herbal product in National Capital Region (NCR),
New Delhi.

CHAPTER:-2
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

According to Researcher, find the data from the following Research Methodology:

2.1 Scope of the study: Scope of the study is to know the perception or awareness of people about
the Herbal Products. In which manner they accept the importance of Herbal products and use them.

2.2 Collection of data: Collect the data for research by the two methods:-

2.2.1 Primary data: Source of primary data collection is Questionnaire. Researcher collect the
100 Questionnaire out of the 120.

2.2.2 Secondary data: Source of secondary data collection is from Website, Books, Generals.

2.3 Sample size and Area: Sample size of the research is 100 and the areas of research are near to
Greater Noida, Noida, Delhi, and Dankaur.
PLACE
Greater Noida
Dankaur
Noida
Delhi
TOTAL

RESPONDENT
38
29
23
10
100

2.4 Period of study: Period of the study is for two months, January to March.

2.5 Statistical tool:

Chi-square Test
Percentage
Area

2.6 Presentation Tool

Graph
Pie Chart
Column
Bar

2.7 Hypothesis: Consumer perception and use of Herbal product is not


significance.

CHAPTER:3
ANALYSIS OF THE STUDY

Researcher received 100 Questionnaire out of the120. Which consist 15 questions each.
3.1 Respondent Profile:-

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GENDER:
Both gender male as well as female are include in the research.

GENDER

Male; 28%

Female; 72%

Source: Primary

Interpretation: According to above diagram there are 72% female and 28% male of the total from
100.

EDUCATION:
There are three categories of the people:.

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EDUCATION

12th; 18%
PG; 45%

UG; 37%

Interpretation: The above diagram interpret that 45% people are Post Graduate, 37% people are
Under Graduate and 18% people are of 12th class students.

3.2 Perception of Respondent

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Q-1.What is your preference of treatment?


a) Herbal Products a traditional medicine
b) Allopathic
c) Homeopathic

Preference of treatment
50
40
30
20
10
0
a.

b.

c.

Interpretation: In the question of preference of treatment 46% people prefered Herbal medicine
for their domestic purpose, 26% of people are like to use allopathic medicine while 28% like
homeopathic medicine.

Q-2.Are you aware with the Herbal products?


a) Yes

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b) No

Awareness of Herbal products


b.

a.
0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

Interpretation: According to the above figure 68% of people are aware with the herbal products
while 32% of people are not aware with them.

Q-3.Do you use some Herbal cosmetic product?


a) Yes
b) No

Use of Herbal Cosmetic Products


52
51
50
49
48
47
46
a.
b.

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Interpretation: I observed that 53% of people use the herbal cosmetic products in their daily life
but 47% of people do not use the herbal products.

Q-4.What was the reason of your choice for Herbal products?


a) Price value
b) Sale promotion
c) Style appearance
d) Information and attractive

Choice for Herbal products


45
40
35
30
25
Axis Title
20
15
10
5
0

a.

b.

c.

d.

Interpretation: Peoples 42% purchace for sale promotion, 22% purchase for style appearance,
18% purchase herbal products for price value, and 18% for information and attractiveness.

Q-5.Do you think that all the Herbal products are safe?
a) Yes
b) No

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Safty of Herbal Product


60
50
40
30
20
10
0

a.

b.

Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 60% people thinks that herbal products are safe
to use while the 40% people are disagree with this statement.

Q-6.Should Indian Herbal products be promoted in foreign countries?


a) Yes
b) No
c) To some extent
d) Cant say

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Promotion of herbal products


c.; 32%
Q-6; 46%
b.; 10%
a.; 12%

Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 46% of people think that herbal products should
be promoted in foreign countries but 12% think that it should not be promoted while 10% think
that it should be promoted but in a limited way and 32% people have no idea about it.

Q-7.If you had used any Herbal product, had you ever seen any side effect of that product?
a) Yes
b) No
c) No comments

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Side effect of herbal product


Q-7; 3%

b.; 41%

a.; 56%

Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 56% people said that there is no side effect after
using herbal products while 41% people saw side effect from herbal products and 3% people dont
want to say anything.

Q-8.Which countrys Herbal product would you prefer apart from India?
a)
b)
c)
d)

Thailand
China
Africa
other

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Promotion of herbal products


50

42

40

32

30
Axis Title

20

12

14

a.

b.

10
0

Q-8

c.

d.

Axis Title

Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 42% people think that harebal product should be
promoted in Thailand 12% think it should be promoted in china, 14% think about Africa and 32%
thinks about the other countries.

Q-9.Do you think that herbal products require any popular brand ambassador?
a) Yes
b) No

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Requirment of brand ambassdor

a.; 47%

b.; 53%

Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 53% people think that herbal products need the
name of brand ambassador and 47% people think it does not need any brand ambassador name.

Q-10.Do you think that in future the demand of allopathic would be decreased by Herbal
medicine?
a)
b)
c)
d)

Yes
No
Cant say
Maybe

Future Demand
d.
c.
b.
a.
0

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

20

Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 36% of people think that herbal medicine cant
beat to allopathic ,while 26% people think that demand of herbal product will increase in future
22% people cant say anything about it and 16% people think it may be increased.

Q-11.Do you think that Indian government promote Herbal medicines?


a) Yes
b) No

Prpmotion of Herbal products

b.

a.

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 61% people think that govt should be promoted
herbal medicine but 39% people think that there is no need of promotion for herbal products.
Q-12.Do you think that government should initiate in opening more and more central research
center for Herbal products?
a) Yes
b) No

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support by govt

a.; 28%

Q-12; 72%

Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 72% people think that government should
initiate in opening central research center for Herbal products while 28% people do not think so.

Q-13. Which type of medicine would you prefer in diabetes?


a)
b)
c)
d)

Allopathic
Herbal
Homeopathy
Other

Preference in diabetes
d.; 7%
c.; 18%
a.; 46%
b.; 29%

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Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 46% people prefer allopathic medicine in
diabetes, 29% people prefer herbal medicine, 18% prefer homeopathic medicine and 7% prefer
other treatment in diabetes.

Q-14.Which is your favourite brand of Herbal product?


a)
b)
c)
d)

Patanjali
Himalaya
Shehnaaz hussain
Ayur

Favourite Brand
d.; 6%
c.; 10%

a.; 36%

b.; 48%

Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 48% people prefer Himalayas products, 36%
people prefer Patanjalis products, 10% prefer Shehnaaz hussains products and 6% people prefer
Ayurs products.

Q-15.Which Herbal products are best?

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a) Branded
b) Unbranded
c) Both

Best Herbal Product


70
60
50
40
Axis Title

30
20
10
0
a.

b.

c.

Interpretation: The above diagram signifies that 66% people think that branded products are best
6% think unbranded product are best while 28% think that both branded and unbranded products
are best.

3.3 Testing of Hypothesis

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Ho: Consumer perception and use of herbal products is not significant.

Hypothesis testing
Test Statistics
Question
2 test

Df

Ho

Q-1.What is your preference of treatment?

.026

Q-2.Are you aware with Herbal products?

.000

Q-3.Do you use some Herbal cosmetic product?

.764

.001

.057

.000

.000

.000

Q-9.Do you think that herbal products require any .000

Q-4.What was the reason of your choice for Herbal


products?
Q-5.Do you think that all the Herbal products are safe?
Q-6.Should Indian Herbal products be promoted in
foreign countries?
Q-7.If you had used any Herbal product, had you ever
seen any side effect of that product?
Q-8.Which countrys Herbal product would you prefer
apart from India?

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popular brand ambassador?


Q-10.Do you think that in future the demand of

.037

.036

opening more and more central research center for .000

.000

Q-14.Which is your favourite brand of Herbal product?

.000

Q-15.Which Herbal products are best?

.000

allopathic would be decreased by Herbal medicine?


Q-11.Do you think that Indian government promote
Herbal medicines?
Q-12.Do you think that government should initiate in
Herbal products?
Q-13. Which type of medicine would you prefer in
diabetes?

The significance level is .05


Interpretation: The value of Chi-square test is less than .05 in must of two cases. These
hypothesis of the study has been rejected. So researcher examine that the consumer perception
regarding Herbal products is easily depends upon the use of products.

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CHAPTER-5
FINDINGS
The MR project was full of challenges and was of a great importance to MBA career. The task
which was assigned tougher than expected.
Researcher was assigned to search 100 general people in different places who expressed their
opinions and experience with him at the start of project work. Researcher was hesitant to approach
the people because everyone has a busy schedule. Initially researcher was not supported well by
the people.
After conducting the research, the researcher found that 68% people are aware with the herbal
product and 46% people prefer herbal medicine. People prefer herbal product because of its sale
promotion. 60% people think that use of herbal product is safe.
People like herbal products very much now they want that Herbal product should be promoted
in foreign countries. In diabetes people like Herbal medicine most. According to brand name
people prefer Himalayas products most and after it they like to use Patanjalis products.

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CHAPTER-6
LIMITATIONS

In every research work there are some limitations and this research has also no exception.

Availability of time was one of the biggest limitations faced by researcher. Due to shortage
of time researcher had to limit the work in its present form. Money was also one of the

major limitations faced by me while conducting this research.


Some of the people were not interested in filling questionnaire; some people were taking
this research seriously. Some people were engaged in their job & hesitate to fill
questionnaire and their personal details. Because they were not comfortable with English

language.
Some persons behaved rudely saying that what our benefit in filling this questionnaire.
Since researcher was not having any previous experience in Research work and report

writing. So it may have lead to discrepancies in the report.


The sample size of the study is only 100; so had to limit the research work in the present
form.

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CHAPTER :7
CONCLUSION

This research is actually not a marketing research. The research is based on the conception and
perception of people about Herbal products. Researcher faced various limitations in conducting
research that is CONSUMERS PERCEPTION ON HERBAL PRODUCT. Researcher have
tried his level best to find out their views regarding Effect of reservation system. We had a great
experience while conducting the research because we met many corporate people as well as School
College going in various fields and collecting their views regarding the research.
Researcher found that there were so many students and office going people who prefer the
Herbal products in the age of brand, because this time everybody follows the brand name. But
when researcher saw the positive attitude towards Herbal product he feels himself near to nature.
In spite of few limitation researcher found that the research is challenging and fruitful.

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RECOMMANDATION

After doing marketing research project, researcher found that:-

1. Most Suitable timing for customers are evening and late night so customers are recommended
that they hope they will be enjoy better services at that time.
2. People should use Herbal products because they are safe and always trust worthy.
3. Herbal medicines are also good to use and there is no side effects of that medicine.
4. In the use of Herbal products both branded and unbranded products are safe to use.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOK :
Philip Kotler, Marketing Management
WEBSITE :
www.googlesearch.com
wikipedia

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ANNEXURE

MARKET RESEARCH QUESTIONNAIRE


Dear Respondents,
I Shilpa Singhal, PGDM student of ISHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT &
TECHNOLOGY Gr. Noida, conducting a market research project entitled. COMSUMERS
PERCEPTION ABOUT HERBAL PRODUCTS Kindly extend your co-operation filling up this
questionnaire & enable us to conduct the research successfully.
Thanking You
Respondents Profile
Name:

Address:

Phone num.Education : 12th

Email:
UG

PG

QUESTIONS
Q-1.What is your preference of treatment?
a. Herbal Products a traditional medicine

b. Allopathic

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c. Homeopathic
Q-2.Are you aware with Herbal products?
a. Yes

b. No

Q-3.Do you use some Herbal cosmetic product?


a. Yes

b. No

Q-4.What was the reason of your choice for Herbal products?


a. Price value

b. Sale promotion

c. Style appearance

d. Information and attractive

Q-5.Do you think that all the Herbal products are safe?
a.Yes

b. No

Q-6.Should Indian Herbal products be promoted in foreign countries?


a. Yes
c. To some extent

b. No
d. Cant say

Q-7.If you had used any Herbal product, had you ever seen any side effect of that product ?
a. Yes

b. No

c. No comments
Q-8.Which countrys Herbal product would you prefer apart from India?
a. Thailand

b. China

c. Africa

d. other

Q-9.Do you think that herbal products require any popular brand ambassador? a. Yes
b. No

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Q-10.Do you think that in future the demand of allopathic would be decreased by Herbal
medicine?
a. Yes
c. Cant say

b. No
d. Maybe

Q-11.Do you think that Indian government promote Herbal medicines?


a. Yes

b. No

Q-12.Do you think that government should initiate in opening more and more central research
center for Herbal products?
a. Yes

b. No

Q-13. Which type of medicine would you prefer in diabetes?


a. Allopathic

b. Herbal

c. Homeopathy

d. Other

Q-14.Which is your favourite brand of Herbal product?


a. Patanjali
c. Shehnaaz hussain

b. Himalaya
d. Ayur

Q-15.Which Herbal products are best?


a. Branded
c. Both

b. Unbranded

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CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that SHILPA SINGHAL, student of PGDM, ISHAN GROUP OF INSTITUTION,
GREATER NOIDA has completed her project report on the topic of CONSUMERS
PERCEPTION ON HERBAL PRODUCTS under my supervision and guidance.

To best of my knowledge the report is original and has not been copied or submitted anywhere
else. It is an independent work done by his.

Chairman
Ishan Institute Of Management & Technology
Greater Noida

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Director
Ishan Institute Of Management & Technology
Greater Noida

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List of Respondents

S.

Ge

Questions

NAME

CONTACT
706548371

Address
Gr.

Edu

10

11

12

13

14

15

Neha Verma
Prakrati

9
750660749

Noida
Gr.

UG

A A A

Rastogi

5
880997190

Noida
Gr.

PG

B A B

Riya Jain
Rohit

5
965040582

Noida
Gr.

12th C A A

Agarwal
Deepansha

0
901348485

Noida

12th A B B

Tyagi
Kalindi

8
950440955

Delhi

12th C A A

kumari
Rashmi

5
809016954

Alpha-1

PG

A A A

Divedi
Archna

1
962795489

Beta-1

UG

A A A

Singh

6
931284745

Dankaur

UG

C B A

Shivani

4
941225213

Surajpur
Gamma-

PG

A A B

10
11

Ekta Bansal
Tamnna

0
895867551

1
Beta-2

F
F

UG A A A
12th C B B

C
A

A
A

A
D

C
B

A
A

A
B

A
A

A
A

A
A

B
A

A
B

A
A

37

Gurmeet

6
753388598

12

Kaur
Priyanka

9
969030084

Alpha-1
Gamma-

PG

B B B

13

Gautam
Vaishali

7
999021082

2
Gr.

12th A B B

14

Singh
Archna

3
989108124

Noida
Gr.

PG

C A B

15

Singh
Sapna

9
895858918

Noida
Gr.

12th C A A

16

Chaudhry
Rajini

9
965010623

Noida

UG

A B A

17

Kashyap
Monika

9
975928784

Haldoni
Gr.

12th A B B

18

Nagar

4
975994915

Noida

UG

A A A

19

Nisha Singh

3
874402334

Dankaur

PG

C A A

20

Rinki

2
975808192

Kasna

UG

C B B

21

Ilma Khan
Karishma

1
999052345

Dankaur

12th C A A

22

Rathi

3
975901082

Dankaur
Amarpu

12th B B B

23

Lalita
Aashiya

UG

A A A

24

Tomar

9711664336 Kasna

12th A A B

38

983875675
25

Shewta

9
809007402

PG

C A A

26
27

Nishi Gupta
Payal

7
Sharda
9861152824 Sharda
920512745 Gr.

F
F

PG
PG

A A A
B B B

A
B

A
B

A
B

C
C

A
C

A
B

A
B

A
A

A
A

B
A

A
D

A
A

28

Amit Sharma 7
920572436

Noida

PG

A A A

29

Rani Sharma
Arvind

5
801315903

Noida

UG

B B B

30

Yadav

9
750340062

Delhi

PG

C A B

31

Rahul Sarkar

0
750327438

Noida

UG

C A B

32

Aryan Khan
Nishant

6
983906166

Noida

UG

B B B

33

Kumar

7
967021652

Delhi

PG

A A A

34
35

Vipul
Ajay

7
Noida
9911613238 Noida
973372563

M
M

PG
PG

B B B
A A A

B
A

B
A

D
A

B
B

D
A

B
A

D
A

B
A

B
A

D
A

B
A

C
A

36

Manisha
Prateek

8
945570982

U.P
Gr.

UG

B B B

37

Kishore
Nand

Noida

UG

A A A

Kishore

905827695

Yadav

Noida

UG

C A B

38

Noida

39

Avneesh

941863450

Gr.

39

Sharma

1
753150755

Noida
Gr.

UG

B A A

40

Ravi Ranjan
Akshay

4
705367576

Noida

PG

A A A

41

Saxena
Jitendra

7
989963084

Noida
Gr.

UG

A A A

42

Kumar

9
705325519

Noida

PG

C B B

43

Tulika
Bheem

4
705326318

Noida
Gr.

PG

A A A

44

Tripathi

2
705367576

Noida

PG

B B B

45

Ankit

7
976950616

Sharda

PG

A A A

46

Astha Singh
Shewta

2
908854106

Noida

UG

C B B

47

Srivastava

0
971801049

Noida
Gr.

PG

B A A

48

Aditya Shah
Meghna

3
775392610

Noida

UG

C A A

49

Gupta
Sakshi

4
945628667

Noida

12th A A A

50

Chauhan
Shewta

7
705502431

Beta-2
Gr.

PG

C B B

51
52

Chauhan
Vaishali

9
918527328

Noida
Gr.

F
F

PG
PG

A A B
A B B

A
A

B
A

A
D

B
C

A
D

B
B

A
D

A
A

A
A

A
B

B
A

C
C

40

Singh
Shailly

5
965477624

Noida
Gr.

53

Chaudhary
Ankur

5
983965609

Noida

PG

A A A

54

Srivastava
Anjali

5
950470955

Delhi
Gr.

PG

B A A

55

Kumari
Rakhi

5
971914304

Noida
Gr.

UG

C B A

56

Kumari
Priyaka

1
893051423

Noida
Gr.

12th C A B

57

Saxena
Mayank

7
995384246

Noida

UG

A A A

58

Agnihotri
Preeti

5
945505676

Alpha-2
Gr.

PG

C A A

59

Rathore

0
999725370

Noida
Gr.

PG

B B B

60

Nidhi Gupta

1
851204291

Noida
Gr.

PG

A A A

61

Nidhi Mittal
Sanya

6
893586310

Noida
Gr.

PG

A A A

62

Maurya

8
987341969

Noida

UG

A A B

63

Nutan

5
971774188

Noida
Gr.

PG

A A A

64

Jyoti Soni

4
945799661

Noida
Laxmi

UG

A B B

65

Neha

Nagar

UG

B A B

41

705066280

Gr.

66

Nitish kumar
Akshaya

1
980583121

Noida

12th A A A

67

Sharma

9
900670960

Beta-2
Gr.

PG

A A A

68

Suraj Yadav

6
938669386

Noida

PG

A A A

69

Pratibha
Shadya

2
784897369

Alpha-2

UG

B A A

70

Yadav

6
952526147

Noida

PG

B B B

71

Seema Yadav 2
Pooja Singh 880096321

Noida

PG

B A B

72

Rajput

2
916145138

GNIOT

UG

A A A

73

Soni

9
837794100

IIMT

PG

A A B

74

Jyoti

9
964313781

Sharda
Gr.

UG

C B B

75

Srestha

Noida
Gr.

UG

C A B

76

Aditi Tomar
Ridhdhi

8171103841 Noida
945555676

PG

B B A

77

Goyal

3
721750103

Noida

PG

A A A

78
79

Ritika Sen
Sidhdhi

6
805704179

Alpha-2
Noida

F
F

UG B B B
12th A A A

C
C

A
A

D
C

C
B

D
C

B
B

C
C

A
B

A
A

A
A

B
B

A
A

42

Agarwal

4
995325572

Sector-

80

Suniti
Priyanka

8
875545445

62
Gamma-

UG

C B B

81

Lohini

3
945570982

1
Gr.

UG

A A A

82

Puru Kapoor

7
999035832

Noida
Gr.

UG

B A B

83

Aanand
Abhishek

8
958048778

Noida

UG

A A B

84

Sharma
Ajay

3
828506247

Noida
Gr.

PG

A A A

85

Chauhan

0
991834468

Noida

PG

C A B

86

Kirti Singh

4
895356109

Sharda
Gr.

PG

B B B

87

Aakriti Saha

0
971617125

Noida

UG

A A A

88

Vipin Sinha
Shivani

2
981787933

Delhi

PG

A A A

89

Vadiya
Vishal

9
862692178

Noida

PG

B B B

90

Kumar

8
730156986

Kasna

12th C A B

91

Nitu

7
988687940

Noida

UG

A A A

92

Kalpana

Kasna

UG

B B B

43

783608529
93

Madhubala

8
916768933

Delhi

PG

C A B

94

Arpita Verma 6
985297485

Delhi

PG

A A A

95

Anjali
Nidhi

7
989108124

Noida
Gr.

UG

B B B

96

Kashyap
Pawan

9
852760408

Noida
Gr.

12th C A A

97

Kumar Dube

7
905818024

Noida

PG

B A B

98

Parul Bansal
Shagun

3
983750770

Noida

12th C A A

99

Singhal

8
750085536

Dankaur

12th B B B

Dankaur

UG

100 AashI

A A A