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Atlas Honda Internship by Salman Awan

Atlas Honda Internship by Salman Awan

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Im Salman Awan. This is my final MBA internship report. Hopefully people will find it useful. For more help you can mail me:

fraulong_sal@yahoo.com

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Im Salman Awan. This is my final MBA internship report. Hopefully people will find it useful. For more help you can mail me:

fraulong_sal@yahoo.com

Cheers

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Published by: Salman Awan on Jun 30, 2009
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INTERNSHIP REPORT
Submitted To:
Mr. ATIF RANA
Submitted By:
SALMAN AWANMI-107-030
Program:
MBA (HRM)
 
Department of Management SciencesThe University of LahoreJune 10, 2009.
 
 
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LIST OF TABLES ....................................................................................................................... ivLIST OF FIGURES ...................................................................................................................... vACKNOWLEDGEMENT ........................................................................................................... 1EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .......................................................................................................... 2INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................... 3
1. ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS & ACHIEVEMENTS ........................................ 4
1.1 STRATEGIC GOALS ............................................................................................ 4-61.2 MILESTONES OF THE COMPANY ................................................................... 7-81.3 CODE OF ETHICS .............................................................................................. 9-10
2. INDUSTRY REVIEW ................................................................................... 11
2.1 BACKGROUND .................................................................................................... 122.2 RESEARCH METHADOLOGY ....................................................................... 13-142.3 THE GLOBAL MOTORCYCLE INDUSTRY .................................................. 15-162.4 PAKISTAN’S INDUSTRY ................................................................................ 16-202.5 ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS & STAKEHOLDERS ........ 21-222.6 COSTING OF CHINESE MOTORCYCLES ......................................................... 232.7 INCIDENCE OF TAXATION ............................................................................... 242.8 REGIONAL COMPETITOR ANALYSIS ........................................................ 25-262.9 MOTORCYCLE PRODUCTION POTENTIAL IN PAKISTAN .................... 27-282.10 PROBLEMS FACED BY COMPONENT MANUFACTURERS AND THEIRSOLUTIONS .................................................................................................................. 29-30
DEPARTMENTS UNDERSTUDY DURING INTERNSHIP ........................................... 31
 
HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT ............................................................................... 32FUNCTIONS OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT ................................................ 333. RECRUITMENT & SELECTION PROCESS ........................................... 34
3.1 STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOPs) & RATIONAL FORRECRUITING & SELECTION ........................................................................................... 35a. INDUCTION PLAN ......................................................................................... 35-38
4. TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT ........................................................................ 39
4.1 TRAINING OBJECTIVES ...................................................................................... 394.2 EMPLOYEE TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES ........................ 39-40
 
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4.3 TRAINING POLICY ......................................................................................... 40-424.4 TRAINING PROCESS ........................................................................................... 434.5 STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOPs) & RATIONAL FORTRAINING & DEVELOPMENT ....................................................................................... 44
HUMAN RESOURCE HIERARCHY AT AHL ................................................................... 45
 
MISS ASMA (HR MANAGER) ......................................................................................... 46SOPs & RATIONAL FOLLOWED BY MISS ASMA ........................................................ 47Mr. OMER AKRAM (EXECUTIVE HR) ........................................................................... 48SOPs & RATIONAL FOLLOWED BY Mr. OMER AKRAM ........................................... 49Mr. SYED ZEESHAN HAIDER (EXECUTIVE HR) ......................................................... 50SOPs & RATIONAL FOLLOWED BY Mr. SYED ZEESHAN HAIDER ........................ 50Mr ABDUL HAQ (EXECUTIVE HR) ................................................................................ 51SOPs & RATIONAL FOLLOWED BY Mr. ABDUL HAQ .............................................. 51
HUMAN RESOURCE PROJECT ..................................................................................... 52-53
 
ADMINISTRATION & I.R HIERARCHY AT AHL .................................................... 54-55
 
Mr. RIZWAN RASOOL (EXECUTIVE ADMIN. & I.R) ............................................. 56-57SOPs & RATIONAL FOLLOWED BY Mr. RIZWAN RASOOL ................................ 57-58MISS HUMAIRA (EXECUTIVE ADMIN. & I.R) ............................................................. 59SOPs & RATIONAL FOLLOWED BY MISS HUMAIRA ........................................... 59-60Mr. SHAHZAD SARWAR ((EXECUTIVE ADMIN. & I.R)............................................. 61SOPs & RATIONAL FOLLOWED BY Mr. SHAHZAD SARWAR ........................... 61-65
5. INSTITUTIONAL SALES ................................................................................... 66
5.1 SALES & SPARE PARTS HIERARCHY ............................................................... 665.2 INSTITUTIONAL SALES PROCESS .................................................................... 675.3 SOPs & RATIONAL FOLLOWED IN INSTITUTIONAL SALES ...................... 67
6. SPARE PARTS ...................................................................................................... 68
6.1 SOPs & RATIONAL FOLLOWED IN SPARE PARTS ........................................ 69a. HUMS STRATEGY ........................................................................................... 69-70b. CRITERIA FOR DEALER MAKING ............................................................... 71-72

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