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First of all I thank to God whose blessings make me possible for making my summer training report and greatly thanks to my parents whose support makes me possible for doing this work.Industrial Practical Training is a period to strengthen our theoretical, practical &technical concepts, which enhances our skills in the field of technology. I feel my firstand foremost duty to express my deep sense of gratitude and pay my genuinelysincere thanks to Sh. P.K. Sharma (General Manager ), D.S. Sodhi ( AssistantManager Sales ), P.K. Gaur ( Incharge Production & Planning, Project guide ) and allthe other esteemed person for allowing us to undergo training in this prestigiousorganization. The faith and confidence they have kept in me has without their abidinginspiration, generous guidance and encouragement, the work would not havesuccessfully accomplished. I present my most special thank to them for their amplehelp in undertaking the respective work.I shall be failing in my duty if I do not thank all those people of various departmentsof NEW GERTON WOOLLEN MILLS, DHARIWAL who were the most willingand co-operative subjects for tests relating to the study.At the last but not the least I am deeply indebted to the management and staff of the NEW EGERTON WOOLLEN MILLS, DHARIWAL (Punjab) for theiencouragement and support.Jatinder SinghMBA(IIIrd Sem)
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In 1876, five residents of Kanpur namely, Mr. George Allen, Mr. W.E. Cooper, Mr.Bevan Petman, Dr. Condon and Mr. Gavin S. Jones erected a small mill for themanufacture, chiefly of army blankets. The original plant appears to have consisted of Cards and mules, followed by handlooms in the Weaving and a power drivenFinishing plant. This company, which was known as "The Woollen Mills, Cawnpore,"continued until 1882, after which it was converted into a Public Company withlimited liability under the new Indian Companies Act. The name of the new Companywas "THE CAWNPORE WOOLLEN MILLS AND ARMY CLOTHSMANUFACTURING CO., LTD." - a name which it continued till 1914, whenopportunity of a change in the capital structure of the Company was taken to alter thename to "The Cawnpore Woollen Mills Co. Ltd."During the early years of the Limited Company's existence, the privatecompany of Messrs. Cooper Allen & Co., under the guidance of Mr. William Cooper and Mr. George Allen, acted as Managing Agents, but they resigned this position atthe end of 1888 and thereafter the Company managed its own affairs under a Board of Directors. The turning point in the Company's fortunes was the appointment, asManager in 1884, of Mr. A. McRobert, who afterwards became Sir Alexander MacRobert, Bart., K.B.E., LL.D., who continued to direct the affairs of the Companyuntil his death in 1922. Throughout his management of the Cawnpore Woollen Millsthere was a period of continued expansion. To the original Woollen Plant was added aWorsted Plant in the late 1880's also a Felt-making Plant, and, to absorb the excess

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