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A Report on the Internship Training undergone AT SHRI RENUGA TEXTILE LTD IN THENI

The internship training report submitted to the Anna University Technology Coimbatore

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Submitted by

B.AKILA Register No. 098001602001 DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES CMS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, Ernapuram, Namakkal, Tamilnadu AUGUST 2010

DECLARATION

DECLARATION
I hereby declare that the internship training undergone at SHRI RENUGA

TEXTILES Ltd,THENI is my original work and that no part of this report has
been submitted for the award of any other Degree, Diploma, Fellowship or any other similar titles or prizes and that the work has not been published in any scientific or popular journal of magazine.

Date

: B.AKILA Register No: 098001602001

Place :

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

It is my privilege and great pleasure to express my sincere and heart full thanks to Mr. C. MUTHUSAMY Founder and chairman of CMS Educational Institutions, Namakkal, for giving opportunity to study in this prestigious institutions. I am indebted to Dr.NELSON KENNDY BABU, Principal, CMS College of Engineering, Namakkal, for providing me an opportunity to undertake the project I extend my thanks to Head of the Department Mr.K.G.SENTHILKUMAR, M.B.A., M.Phil, (Ph.D)., CMS College of Engineering , Namakkal, for his constant encouragement and valuable guidance throughout the study I express my sincere thanks to SENIOR LECTURER MR. KG SENTHIL KUMAR, MBA, M.Phil PHD CMS College of Engineering, Namakkal , for his valuable guidance, advice, encouragement and creative suggestions in preparation of his work. I express my thanks and gratitude to the SHRI RENUGA TEXTILES LTD those who helped me to fulfill my project work. Finally I wish to express my special thanks to my parents, friends and others for his encouragement and support for completing this work.

CONTENTS
Particulars Title Page Certificate (s) Declaration Acknowledgement CHAPTER1 Introduction to the Institutional Training CHAPTER2 Industry profile About the industry Industry leaders Market share Market performance Scope of Industry CHAPTER3 Profile of the company Company vision & mission Organizational structure Organizational chart Duties & responsibility of managers Swot analysis Policy statement of the company CHAPTER4 FUNCTIONS OF VARIOUS DEPARTMENT Purchase department store department production department Personnel department marketing department finance department Quality department 27 Page No 1 2 3 7

9 9 10 11 12 16 17 18 20 24 25

CHAPTER5 Theoretical concept & real practices

CHAPTER6 Conclusion Bibliography

CHAPTER-I

CHAPTER: 1
INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE INTENSHIP TRAINING: DEFINITION:
Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skill of an employee for doing a particular job -D.FLIPPO

Training is the important process of improving knowledge and skill in a particular job. It is the learning process, which could improve the current performance, training should be differentiated from education is a development. The institutional training is an important part of the course curriculum. Training is a process or learning a service of programme. Behavior it is a continuous process or learning .the student shall be imported training for a period not less than 30days. In various departments in concern, the day to days work observation should be recorded in the diary. Training will be viewed as a short-term educational process utilizing a planned. Systematic and organized procedure by which non-managerial personal acquire technical knowledge and skills necessary for increased effectiveness in achieving organizational benefit accured as a result at systematically planned the training and development need of the organizations work force.

OBJECTIVE OF THE TRAINING:


To know the detailed information about personnel department and administrative functions. To know oral information about purchase, production, finance and marketing department. To know employees activities and duties. To know about the function of time office of RENUGA TEXTILE PVT LTD. To know about the maintenance of all departments

CHAPTER-2

CHAPTER: 2

INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE INDUSTRY:

India is a developing country, which now concentrates more on industrial sector. Through India begins an agricultural country, due to over population, the agricultural produce is not enough to entire population individual has a personality of his/her own. Similarly every organization has its own personality, its unique set of characteristics or properties. Our primary needs are food, clothing, shelter and energy. Textiles serve the clothing requirement for an individual, the home and country. In recent years, there has been growing demand for our textiles and clothing both at home and abroad. The growth of the textiles industry largely depends on the work of our professional personnel. There ingenious technologist have invented and refined new methods of serving our clothing needs. Textile industry in India accounts for around 7 percent of the countrys GDP and about a fifth of the total industrial production. It contributes 14 percent of value addition in the manufacturing sector, and about a third of the countrys foreign exchange earnings come from this sector. Over the years, Indias per capita availability of cloth also increased from 17.3 sq.m in 1980-81 to about 19.3.sq.m. In 1996-97. With a rapid change in global textile trade in the recent year and the ATC coming into place, 1985 textile policy of the government needed a much-deserved review. The government set up an Expert Committee in July 1998 under the chairmanship of extextile secretary S.R Sathyam to evaluate the existing policy and recommend measures for this sector to face global challenges. Though the report was submitted to the government within the stipulated six-month period, little effort has been made after that to implement the recommendation sowing to unexplained reasons. Industry sources feel that the suggestion for de-reserving the ready made garment (RMG) section from its present status under SSI sector has compelled the government for such an inordinate delay in its implementation. Also the Committees recommendation for immediate repeal of SSI reservation to the clothing and knitwear segments and removal of the textile items from the purview of Essential Commodities Act, 1955, except for raw cotton, cotton seeds, raw jute and jute textiles, has not been quietly welcomed by certain segments in the Industry. India has been hard-put to realize the export potential of its cotton yarn surplus due to the current quota restriction in the developed countries. And back at home, the

government imposed a number of obligations on the textile industry which proved uneconomic for the industries in this sector.

INDUSTRY LEADERS EASTERN SILK INDUSTRES LTD S.KUMARAN NATIONWIDE LTD(SKNL) RAJANARAYAN EXPORT PVT LTD LEWANET HEMANT INDIA LTD

MARKET SHARE:
The proportion of industry sales of a good or services that is controlled by a company. Some investors prefer companies with relatively large market share because they are generally less likely to be squeezed by competitors. Market share is the percentage of the total market that a company controls for a particular product or product category. But simply, if the widget market is $100 million annually and Acme Inc-sells $25 million in widgets its market share is 25% market share is also sometimes given in unit market share is 20%

MARKET PERFORMANCE

Stock Data: Current Price (8/6/2010):

Recent Stock Performance: 96.501 Week 2.7% 13 Weeks 13.5%

4 Weeks (Figures in Indian Rupees) Key Data: Ticker: Exchanges: 521240 BOM Country:

26.1%

52 Weeks 107.1%

INDIA Apparel & Textiles Miscellaneous Textiles N/A 411,533,900

Major Industry: Sub Industry:

2010 Sales Currency: Fiscal Yr Ends: Share Type:

1,403,839,810 (Year Ending Jan 2011). Indian Rupees March Ordinary

Employees: Market Cap:

Shares Outstanding: 4,264,600 Closely Held Shares: 2,609,534

CHAPTER-III

CHAPTER: 3

PROFILE OF THE COMPANY

SHRI RENUGA TEXTILES LTD. This textile unit engaged in the manufacture of yarn, Terry towel and related products, knitting, yarn dyeing and processing of fabrics. The raw material used for production is cotton. The cotton is purchased mainly from North India. The products are exported to United States of America, Canada, France, Israel, Australia, Belgium etc. Some quantum is also processed in Tamil Nadu also. The company also imports cotton from West Africa and U.S.A. based on the quality needed and the price. It has underlined the global standard of its manufacturing process and systems in the textile trade by achieving ISO 9002 certificates for all its products. The shares of the company are listed in the Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Coimbatore stock exchanges. since it is located at rural area. Sri. Jegadeesan is the founder of the factory. He is the Managing director of the company. Shri K. Kaliraj, Shri N.R. Manivannan and Shri L. Kamalakannan are the directors of the company. The company manufactures yarn and also Towels by employing workers in and around the mill. The company makes an export to China and from there to U.S.A Shri Renuga Textiles Ltd. Is located at Mariamman Kovilpatti which comes under Companies Act 1956 and also Small Scale industries act

GROUP COMPANIES:
The following are the various businesses of Renuga group of Industries. Shri Renuga Refmenes (P) Ltd. R.N. Credit and Investment Oil Mills Shri Renuga Ginning & Oil Mills Visagan Transport Corporation

BRANCHES OF SRTS:
Spinning Division

Yarn Division Knitting Division Soft X Division Yarn Dyeing Division

SPINNING DIVISION
This division started with an installed capacity of 12,500 spindles which now stands increased to 58,152 spindles and 384 rotors Carded and combed yarn of various counts i.e. 10s, 20s, 30s, 40s, 42s, 62s etc is manufactured in this division. This division caters to the domestic markets. The factory manager who reports to the director looks after production function SRTL supplies the products of this division to knitting division In addition the division also supplies the yarn manufactured out of its open ended machines to the Soft-X-Division.

YARN DIVISION
With its highly modernized state of the act equipments from Rieter of Switzerland and Schlatheust of Germany produces high quality ring spun and open and carded and combed yarn both 100% cotton and blended. The Spinning capacity is 60,000 spindles and 384 rotors to produce 15 tones per day of yarn in counts hanging from 6s to 60s.

KNITTING DIVISION
This division has 6 circular Knitting machines of which 5 have been purchased from falmac (Singapore) and 1 from Lakshmi Terrot(India) The machines have a capacity to manufacture 850 tonnes. The division manufactures Knitted grey fabrics and fitted sheets of different sixes. To meet additional demand, this division also has entered into a job work contract with a manufacture to produce fabrics. The fitted sheets are after processing is exported to countries like France and other European countries.

SOFT X- DIVISION
This division is in manufacture of terry towels, specialized medical fabrics viz., operation room towels, lab sponges etc and terry made ups viz., bath mats, baby bibs, bath gloves, mitten gloves etc. this division has well equipped with state of the machinery for manufacturing of the above products The products of this division are exported to U.S.A, Cannada, france, Belgium, Dubai and Australia.

YARN DYEING DIVISION

This division is well equipped with imported Taiwanese yarn dyeing machines the division is well equipped to process 2600 kgs of dyed yarn everyday. This division processes all shades of dyed cotton and blended yarn Processing of yarn is undertaken only on job work basis by this division i.e. the client of whom the processing is undertaken by the division supplies yarn.

COMPANY MISSION & VISION

Mission:
"We strive to achieve total customer satisfaction by producing and delivering quality

products to meet the requirements and are oriented towards continuous improvement".

Vision:
In view of changing market scenario and to expand our area of operation to serve the

international buyers, we would like to build the everlasting business relationship with our buyers. This will enhance our market reach ability and last but not least the Bottom line. To achieve this goal, we are ready to take up any challenge in our way and see that company achieves the constant and Sustained Growth.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

SRTC MANAGING DIRECTORS BOARD OF DIRECTORS SECRETORY

MIDDLE MANAGEMENT

FINANCE

ADMINISTRATION FACTORY

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

MANAGING DIRECTOR

EXECUTIVE DIRCTOR FINANCIAL MANAGER PERSONNE L MANAGER STORE KEEPER PERSONNEL OFFICER COTTON CLERK CENTRAL EXERCISE PURCHASE MANAGER SALES MANAGER

CASHIER

TIME KEEPER MARKETING MANAGEMENT

SHARE CAPITAL
The authorized share capital is Rs. 35,00, 000/- The mill has issued paid-up share capital of Rs. 10, 20,000/-.

Name Address

Shri Renuga Textile Limited : Shri Renuga Textile Limited Mariamman Kovilpatti Theni,

Area of the Mill Directors

: :

300 Acres Shri N. Jegadeesan- Managing director Shri. K. Kaliraj Shri N.R. Manivannan Shri L. Kamalakannan

Auditors Bankers

: :

Shri S. Srimvasan Madurai State Bank of India, Theni Indian Bank of India, Chennai Karur Vysya Bank, Theni.

Date of commencement of Business : Working Days in a Week Workers Strength

1979 : : 6 DAYS 5000

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF MANAGERS:

MANAGING DIRECTOR

The Managing director Mr. Jegadeesan is the institutional head. Under his direction, all other functions are effectively performed. The directors directly involve in the SABS SC 1004E shall remain at all times sensitive to the emerging needs of industry, government departments, environmental organizations, communities and users of its standards.

Process of purchasing which requires a lot of cash. They are directly responsible for marketing. Managing director is directly involving in the process of handling employees grievances.

ACCOUNTS MANAGER AND PERSONNEL MANAGER:


Accounts Manager and Personnel Manager are under the direct control of the directors. Accounts manager should maintain up to date accounts about sales, salary and other information He is the person who has to manage the overall functioning of Industry. Personnel Manager is responsible to solve all employees problem. industrial experience. The person for this post has been recruited on the basis of his qualification and

SPINNING MASTER

The functions of spinning master are, To make that each employees contributions in daily work. To control the quality of products in the factory.

QUALIFICATION OF A SPINNING MASTER


The spinning master is B-tech (textiles) and he has 4 years experience.

ASSISTANT SPINNING MASTER:


He acts under the control of the spinning master. His main functions are, To look the overall production process. To look after the packing section.

SUPERVISOR
Supervisor is basically meant to supervise various activites of the workers. He is supposed to see that all workers work to their maximum potential or not. He should instruct the worker about how to handle and works with machines. He is responsible to train new workers effectively and to work safety. He looks after the overall safety of the production department.

ASSISTANT SUPERVISORS
He is supportive supervisor to the main line supervisor. He is expected to help the supervisor in looking after the production process when the main supervisor is not available. When the main supervisor is especially in the packing department, the assistant supervisor will look after the production process.

WORKERS
The workers are the most crucial determinants of success in an organization. They play major role in this organization too. The total number of workers amount to 646. These included both Semi skilled and unskilled workers. The workers engage in 8 hours per day in a shift. The workers amount to 215 per shift and 3 shifts they are working. 11 workers are from the villages in and around Theni. This is facilitated to factory. The workers are very effective and efficient and are always ready to take up tests. The workers known for their organization discipline.

LABOUR OFFICER
Labour officer has a very important function He gives proper training to the labourers since training is a key function which determines the efficiency of labourers. So, an efficient person who is called the labour officer does this critical function. The labour officer maintains a clear record of every workman, he knows their performing standard, and he trains those persons whose performance is low. He is the person who also deals with absence of labourers.

TIME CLERK
The time clerks manage the workers time schedule and he has been noted the workers shift time. The time clerk maintain daily attendance book and noted at workers coming time and outgoing time and submit the attendance book to manager.

SWOT-ANALYSIS

S-STRENGTH
To companys Strength is direct marketing The workers are very sincere and hard working Machines are Modernized

All these enhance the quality of the product and it leads to increase in profit of the company.

W-WEAKNESS:

Delay in manufacturing Delay in transportation because an vehicles are hired Un standardized market strategy

O-OPPORTUNITY:

The opportunities for selling is high because there are large numbers of yarn textile mills are located nearer to the company. The cost of the yarn is minimum because it is directly marketed

T-THREAT:

The company faces stiff competition There are lots of spinning mills in and around theni. Now a days textile companies starts their own spinning units.

POLICY STATEMENT OF THE COMPANY

The country's textile policy was last specified through the Textile Policy Statement of June 1985. Prior to this, the development of the textile industry was guided by policy announcements in March 1981 and August 1978. The stated objective of the textile policy of 1985 was an increase in production of cloth of acceptable quality at reasonable prices to meet the clothing requirements of growing population. In pursuit of this objective, the employment and export potential of the industry were also to be kept in view. The national policy is a broad statement and covers every aspect of the textile industry. However, in order to cater to the specific needs of individual states, there is a felt need for a State Level Policy. As evident from the introductory paragraphs above, the textile industry continues to play a vital socio-economic role in Tamil Nadu. Hence, the need for a dynamic, growth oriented policy is all the more important. The objective of our State textile policy will be to produce textiles to cater satisfactorily to the quantity, quality and price requirements of both domestic and international markets, keeping in view the industry's potential for employment. In an increasingly globalized economy, industries will have to be more market-driven than ever before. Therefore, any strategy designed to meet this objective will have to start with the markets and work backwards. This involves identification of markets, the products for each market and the inputs required for each product including the raw materials, technology, human and financial resources and the institutional arrangements required to link and deliver each of these effectively. Simultaneously, value addition at every stage should be enhanced so that the producers have a sound motive not only to continue, but also modernize and upgrade their technology and skills. The unifying themes which will therefore run through this process will be greater measures of "Market-orientation" and "value addition". Wherever Government desires to encourage an activity, they will do so primarily by providing infrastructure support and escort services in all cases except where specific financial support is contemplated.

CHAPTER-IV

CHAPTER: 4

FUNCTIONS OF VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS


The Renuga Mill Textile Limited Company is one of the leading Textiles in Theni district. company. There are number of departments to carry out different functions in the

PURCHASE DEPARTMENT STORE DEPARTMENT PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT MARKETING DEPARTMENT FINANCE DEPARTMENT QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT

FUNCTIONS OF VARIOUS DEPARTMENT PURCHASE DEPARTMENT

Managing Director Administrative Purchase Manager Purchase Officer Assistant

In the organization, purchase manager occupies an important position. He should be a man of quick decision-making power, pleasing personality, quality of good leadership and foreighted approach should be inherent in him.

Purchase Manager Purchase Officer Assistants

1 1 3 Tot 5

al

Purchasing is the first phase of materials management. The object of purchase department is to arrange the supply of materials, spare and services or semi-finished goods, required by the organization to produce the desired product, from some agency or source outside the organization.

PROCEDURE FOR PURCHSING RAW MATERIAL

Samples Test

Approval

Order Placement

Material Receipt Quality Checking

OK Production

Not OK Reject

SPECIMEN OF PURCHASE ORDER


Code No _________ Order No _________ Registration No____________ Work Order No____________ Messrs ___________________ To ___________________________________ ____________________________________ Reference to your quotation No___________dated ______________please supply the following to our work in accordance with terms and conditions mentioned on there of

S.No

Description

Quality

Rate

Amount

Date of Delivery______________ Place of Delivery _____________ ___________________________

Terms of Payment________________ _______________ Purchase Manager

STORE DEPARTMENT

STRUCTURE STORES DEPARTMENT

Managing Director

Administrative Manager

Stores Manager Store Keeper

Assistant Store Keeper

Cotton Godown Keeper

Particulars Stores Manager Store Keeper Assistant Store Keeper Cotton Godown Keeper TOTAL

No. of Series 1 1 1 1 4

It is a servicing facility, inside an organization, responsible for proper storage of the material and then issuing it to respective departments on proper requisition. The custodian of stores is generally known as store keeper or store controller.

FUNCTIONS OF STORE KEEPING

The functions of store keeping are related with receiving, safe custody in stores and issuing the material against authorized requisitionand the minimum cost. The main functions of store keeping can be outlined as follows. Receiving, handling and speedy issue of materials. Custodian of goods in stores against damage and pilferage. To ensure regular supply of materials. Effective utilization of store keeping. To provide service to the organization in most economical way. To keep the details of the items available in stores up to-date. Proper identification and easy location of items. Physical checking of stocks.

GOODS INWARD NOTE


Date of Receipt Consignor No.____________________ Consignor Advice Types of Packages Description of item No of Packages Quantity damaged Note No.________________ recorded un Standard Price Value

Details of Damage Shortages The stock Entry has been made

Signature __________________ Date________________________ Signature of Inspector _____________________ Date:

SPECIMEN BIN CARD

Card No. Description Date

Part No. Location

In

Out

Stock

PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT
STRUCTURE OF PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT

Production Department

Managing Director

Factory Manager

Spinning Master

Assistant Spinning Master

Shift Supervisor Assistant

Quality Control

Winding & Reeling Clerk

Factory Manager Spinning Master Assistant Spinning Master Shift Supervisor

1 1 1 1

Assistant Supervisor Quality Controller Winding & Reeling Clerk TOTAL

1 1 1 7

Production and Marketing of goods and services are the fundamental objective of an organization can be a manufacturing unit or a service organization. In a manufacturing organization production is an important act of producing something in an organized manner. Thus irrespective of the nature of organization production is some act of transformation i.e. inputs are processed and transformed into some output. Main inputs are information, material and land, labour and capital.

THE MAIN OBJECTIVES OF A PRODUCTION PROCESS ARE 1. Optimum use of resources at maximum cost.
2. Manufacturing the desired quality and quantity of goods and services.

PROCESS OF PRODUCTION

Simplex Spinning Raw Material Mixing Cone Winding (Or) Blowing Auto Coner Carding Packing Drawing

Doubling

Ribbon Lab Comber

Reeling Silver Lab Packing

MIXING

Different types of raw material i.e. cotton are mixed together.

BLOW ROOM;
The machine heats the cotton and it removes the dust and seeds. Then the cotton will be sent to the Air processing pipes. The pipes are divided into two ways and sent to two machines The lap rolls length is 55 meters, weight of the lapis 25 Kgs (or) 25-50 Kgs. 340 rolls are produced per day.

CARDING
The important process is done by the carding machine. The carding machine is also called the Dust removing machine. The lap roll is in inserted into the carding machine. The carding machine is used to remove the Dust 1 Seeds from the cotton. For purifying the cotton, the purifying cotton, the cotton is then 1 like ropes. The Drum will be able to occupy 3500 meters. Once the 3500 meter of cotton ropes are produced the machine will stop automatically. One drum will be filled with in the span of 20 minutes. The carding machines are run simultaneously. The roll cotton height is 280 meters per drum. In this carding function three important machines are there Lap Former (Silver lap, Supper lap) Lap Former (Ribbon lap) Comber

LAP FORMER: (Silver Lap, super Lap)


The purpose of this machine is to convert the silver into small lap. For silver lap machine many number of card silvers are fed. They are doubled and converted into small lap. The small process is earned out in super lap machine but withdrew frame slivers.

LAP FORMER (Ribbon Lap) 6 Nos. of the laps taken from the sliver lap machine are created in R lap machine are drafted to convert into ribbon lap. This is to improve uniformity of the lap. COMBER
The purpose of the comber is, 1. To remove the short fibbers present in the material to maximum extent.

DRAWING
The drawing machines are used to improve uniformity of the sliver and to increase the parallelization of fibers doubling increase the uniformity and drafting increases the parallelization of fibers. Sliver cones from previous department (carding) are fed to this drawing machine. The same material is processed twice in the this machine. The drawing sliver is then compactly deposited in the can to enable easy transportation to the next department called simples.

SIMPLEX
Drawing slivers are fed to this machine. They are further drafted in this roving frame and the thickness of drawing sliver is reduced by about 10 to 12 times. The emerging material is twisted by an element called flyer to improve the strength of roving e.g. 60s comber can be twisted into 14 inch/m this process. The roving is packed in a plastic bobbin about 12 kgs for easy transportation to the next department called spinning.

SPINNING:
This is the final stage where yarn is span. Here the spinning machine converts roving into yarn. The thickness of the roving is reduced by 20 to 30 times depending on the count of yarn the delivered material then passes through the travelers and then winds on ring tabs. The travelers rotate on the rings and insert twist in the yarn. The yarn is then compactly will on plastic tupes called cop. The weight of cop wills about 60 to 65 grams.

WINDINGS
Yarn in the ring tabs has to be wound on the cones to send to market. The cores will have longer length of yarn. Spinning cop is fed in the peg of the winding machine and then yarn is passed through the slb catches and tension disc. Then the yarn is wound on a paper plastic cone. At the slab catches some faults in the yarn are arrested and some then by the tension discs. So the cone yarn quality will be better than the ring cop yarn.

AUTO CONER
Here the ring cop changing takes place automatically. Further the provision of electronic cleaners arrest the yarn facilitates to a great extent. Splices are used to join the ends and hence there will not be any knots in the yarn. The electronically cleared and spliced yarn is wound on plastic or paper. Cones which are driven by the drums. The quality of the auto coner yarn will be far better than manual winder yarn.

PACKING

Cones taken from manual winder or auto coner have to be packed. Then coner cheeses are covered by polythene bag and then they are packed in lesion or HDPE Woven bags or cottons. The no. of cones in each package will vary depending upon the requirement. The packages are then stenciled with required details and kept in yarn godown.

NAME & No. OF THE MACHINES IN EACH DEPARTMENT


Sl. No, 1 2 Name of the Name of the Number Machines 3 of Function Blow Room Carding Machines RIETER/

TRUMAC RIETER C1/2 4 & LAKSHMI C4,

Drawing

RIETER 1/3 & L RIETER / 4 LAKSHMI RIETER, RSB 851 DO 25 LAKSHMI RIETER LF1400, ZINSLR 660 RIETER G-7, 20 LAKSHMI RITER-G5/1, TEXT TOOL 5 BH & DJ50

Simples

Spinning

Cone Winder or Auto Coner

RJK, MURATA

3 4

The spindle has been measured by various counts and giving distinct colors. Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Counts Cone 20s Counts Cone 30s Counts Cone 31s Counts Cone 32s Counts Cone 36s Counts Cone Colours Plain Plain White Blue Green Weight 1.250 Kg 1.275 Kg 1.275 Kg 1.27 Kg 1.275 Kg

PRODUCTION OF YARN
YEAR 2001 2002 2003 2004 PRODUCTION 13,00,000 Kgs 14,00,000 Kgs 16,00,000 Kgs 17,00,000 Kgs

PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT STRUCTURE OF PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT

Managing Director

Administrative Manager

Personnel Manager

Personnel Officers

Time Clerks Store Keeper

Personnel Manager Personnel Officers Time Clerks TOTAL

1 3 4 8

Shri Renuga Textiles Mills personnel department is primarily concerned with the procurement, development, compensation, integration and maintenance of personnel organization for the purpose of contributing towards the accomplishment of that organizations major goal or objective. It fixes compensation according to the nature of job and qualification of the employee. Moreover, it provides an opportunity of promotion of the employee from grade to grade and it can lay off any misconduct or violation of rules riotous etc.

NO. OF EMPLOYEES IN EACH PROCESS No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Name of Process Department Mixing Blow room Carding Drawing Simplex Winding Reeling Bundling Packing Spinning TOTA L

No. of Employees 35 35 38 36 68 65 92 45 47 185 646

FUNCTIONS OF PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT

Recruitment

Interview

Selection

Posting

Job placement

Promotion

Dismissal

RECRUITMENT
Depending upon the position of the company employees are selected like skilled, unskilled, semi skilled laborers. On the basis of the recruitment, the advertisement is given in the newspapers and the applications are obtained from the applicants. This is done only for the top and medium level jobs in the lower level jobs people are selected based on the recommendation of the older employees.

INTERVIEW
After the recruitment, the company tests the ability and performance of the applicants in the interview.

SELECTION
Depending on the performance in the interview the selection is made. The selection procedure is done in 3 levels namely the top, medium, lower levels. The selection in the top level is based on the technical knowledge and the adequate experience. The selection in the medium level is done based on their graduation and consultation from the department heads. The selection is the lower level is done based on the recommendation of old workers and the ability to control the given exercise. Performance given for experience and physical fitness.

POSTING
After the selection the employees are appointed temporary.

JOB PLACEMENT
The officers are satisfied with the employees work then he appointed permanently.

DISMISSAL
The employee is dismissed in case of any misconduct and indiscipline activities

SHIFT TIMINGS AND NO. OF WORKERS Shift Timings No. of Workers

First Second Third

8 a.m. to 4 pm 4 pm. To 12 am 12 am. To 8 pm

216 215 215

WAGES AND SALARY ADMINISTRATION:


For temporary workers the daily wages is given and for the permanent workers the monthly wages are given. There is no contract basis.

For middle and top level management the salary will be as follows. S. No 1 2 3 4 5 OVERTIME
An employee works for more than 8 hours or the estimated time theni t is called as overtime. He is paid extra amount for the extra time worked. Apart from the national holidays (9days) if a person works on holidays he will be paid double the amount of the wages.

Staff Managing Director FACTORY MANAGER Office Manager Auditor Other office Staff

Salary (Rs.) 5% of net Profit p.a Rs. 6300/- p.m Rs.5500/- p.m Rs. 4800/- p.m Rs. 1800/- p.m

LABOUR WELFARE FACILITIES:


This is a separate section to provide welfare facilities to the laborers Apart from this based on the Factories Act 1948 it provides the following facilities. Uniform for the workers once in year. Gift for each worker on May Day.

Dress materials for Pongal. Rest room facilities for shift people. Counseling facilities. Health care programs. Bonus. Free medical treatment. Incentives. Increment and promotion etc.

DISCIPLINARY ACTION:
The company follows four types of disciplinary actions depending on the situation as disciplinary steps. Oral warning Written warning (Memo) Suspension Dismissal

GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE
The company is handling all types of grievances, which are different for different levels of workers as follows.

Job level Workers: with in one day for jobbers & workers Sub Manager : With in 2 days Managers : With in 1 week If the grievances are not settled in a week, it will be brought to the knowledge of directors.

CANTEEN
This organization offers food and snacks concession rate.

BUS FACILITIES
Organization operates 15 buses for carrying employee to work.

QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT

QUALITY CONTROL
The term quality control consists of two words namely quality and control. Quality refers to a combination of the characteristics that distinguishes from one to another in term of their size, design, colour, material and finished goods etc. The control refers to the comparison of standard and actual, location of deviations and removal of them.

QUALITY POLICY OF SRTL:


It is the policy of Shri Renuga group of companies, to provide textile products with conformance to agreed specifications at most competitive rice, in time, to ensure the satisfaction and confidence of our valued customers. This is achieved by our total commitment and involvement in quality assurance system.

3 PS OF QUALITY

a) b) c)

PERFORMANCE PRICE PUNCTUALITY

Attaining the 3Ps of quality should result in removal of the 5Rs i.e.

REJECTS, REWORKS, RETURNS, RECALLS, and REQUESTS


In every stage checking the quality makes final inspection. In random method the inspection is done From the 100 bags, 3 bags are taken as sample in this sample bags the quality is checked.

Before the cotton is purchased, the sample will be given to the lab for testing, where the quality of the cotton is checked and if it is o.k., then the order is placed for that cotton. Only at the season time the cotton is purchased after the receipt of maternal, the quality checking will be done if there is any deviations in the sample it is rejected otherwise it will be sent for production.

MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENTS:


The material used in handling and transportation of cotton bales is Trolley Bags Cops

WASTE OF LOSS OF PRODUCTION


Blow Room Carding Comber Drawing and simplex : Spinning

: : : 0.5% :

5% 7% 17% 2.5%

TYPES OF PACKING
Cones Hangs

MAINTENANCE SECTION

For each department there is a maintenance section. The machine repairing workshop is situated inside the factory itself In SRTL three types of maintenance are followed. Routine Maintenance Preventive maintenance Breakdown maintenance

Apart from that, general cleaning also done once in 10 days and wastages are disposed at the end of every shift, which is called shift cleaning.

FINANCE DEPARTMENT

Managing Director

Finance Manager

Accounts Officer

Cashier

Assistants

Assistants

GENERAL DUTIES OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT


Budget preparation Preparation of profit and loss account Preparation f balance sheet Maintain credit and cash transactions Take investment and policy decisions

Maintain the records and respects to the top management Internal auditing Fund arrangement Preparation and filling of tax returns Preparation of cost sheet for each product manufactured by the organization Ensure the supply of funds to all parts of the organization.

FUNCTIONS OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT

Finance Department

Funding (Treasury)

Accounts (Controller)

ACCOUNTS
In the accounts department there are four accounts officers and for each account Officer there are 2assistants.

FUNDING

Funding means sourcing and application of finance. The company mobilizes the major portion of funds from all Indian financial institutions and banks.

COMPUTER DEPARTMENT
It deals with Wages-salary preparation. Overtime calculation. Invoice. Daily production details. Quality control detals.

COSTING DEPARTMENT
The costing department is a place where a cost of the product is fixed by analyzing whole expenses, which are occurring while production. Mainly the following things are taken into account while finding the cost of the product. Raw material cost. Conversion cost. Administrative cost.

MARKETING DEPARTMENT

Managing Director

Marketing Manager

Marketing Assistants

Today marketing is mainly focused on globalized markets and on the customers delightment and the customers satisfaction. Marketing is an integrated system of action that creates value in goods through creation of form, place, time and ownership facilities.

FUNCTIONS OF MARKETING DEPARTMET


From the sales department the marketing people get the information about the market and according to the demand the production will be carried out. The yarn is marketed on the basis of the counts {10s 20s and 30s}. The company gathers information from the trade and Mumbai markets. By getting a clear idea with the information provided, the company produces the products depending upon the sales in future.

CASH DISCOUNT

The Indian market there is cash discount incase of bulk purchase is made and the cash is paid in full.

DEALERS
The dealers network of the company is very much limited. Bases on the close contact and performance, the dealers will be selected and appointed.

MARKETING REPORTS
The marketing department is responsible for preparing the following reports. Monthly report of orders received, executed orders and orders which kekpt pending. Monthly report of finished stock position. Monthly report of selling and distributing cost..

MARKETING RESEARCH:
The company is undergoing the research by way of keeping in touch with the current changes in economy trends with the help of media. As far as the mill is concerned, the market research is done through collecting information the sales department regarding the movements of the products. Gathering information in the customers market also does the market research. Since the product is being intermediary, the company is not putting lot of efforts research.

EXPORT
The products are exported to the foreign countries like Germany, Korea, England, Srilanka and etc. for exporting the goods; the quota is already fixed to every company with in which the products are exported. For exporting, the yarn packed in the pallets or in containers for bulk sales. Brokers are not allowed. Exports are done through E-mail, fax or direct communication and etc.

MARKET COMPETITORS
The following are the competitors of Sri Renuga Textile {P} Ltd. LS MILS pvt Ltd. NISHAN KISHAN MILLS Pvt Ltd. ATK MILLS Pvt Ltd.

DUTIES OF SALES MANAGER


Analysis of market thoroughly. Creating communication network for the department.. Providing technical advisory and other services to the customer. Determining sales staff requirements and holding the requirements, training and compensation of sales and services of the staff.

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CONCLUSION

I have submitted this project report with the help of SRI RENUGA TEXTILE LTD workers and staffs are cooperate with me directly, I have learned a lot of information from training. The workers gave proper respect and they encouraged me. So I should thank managing director and all the workers. Because this experience is very much different and unforgettable experience to me. Once again I express my sincere thanks to each person who helped me to complete this project in a successful manner. Finally I concluded that this training is very helpful in my academic career and also for my future.

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