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Final Report of EASTERN CONDIMENT PVT LTD

Final Report of EASTERN CONDIMENT PVT LTD

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IN PLANT TRAINING......ORGANIZATIONAL STUDY
IN PLANT TRAINING......ORGANIZATIONAL STUDY

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INTRODUCTION
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organisational study is the systematic study about how people -as individuals and as groups - act within organizations. It involves the studyof the structure and functioning of its departments. Organizing is one of theimportant functions of Management. Almost all the organizations aredifferent but they have certain common features. All are collection of  people, linked together by formal and informal relationships. They havehierarchical orders that are engaged in co-operative activities and they allhave identical boundaries. So the study of people in organization isimportant for future managers.Structure of an organisation is very important for its functioning and growth.It provides the basic frame work for its progress and expansion. For futuremanagers, it is imperative to study the organisational structure andfunctioning of successful organisations so that they as future managers mayguide organisations towards success and profitable functioning.
OBJECTIVES
TO KNOW ABOUT THE FUNCTIONS THAT CARRIED OUT INDIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS
TO ACQUIRE THE KNOWLEDGE OF PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS INTHE POINT OF VIEW OF MANAGERIAL ASPECTS
TO LEARN THE WAY HOW THE MANAGEMENT TRIES TO COORDINATE ACTIVITIES OF DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS IN THEORGANISATION
TO ANALYSE STRENGTH ,WEAKNESS, OPPORTUNITIES ANDTHREATS OF THE COMPANY
 
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LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY
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It was very difficult to collect detailed data on each departmentwithin the limited time allowed.
SOURCES OF DATA COLLECTIONPrimary Source
Primary data are collected through discussions and interviews with officials,employees of the company and also includes direct observation.
Secondary Source
Secondary data are collected from:
Annual reports
Company documents &
Company websites
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INDUSTRY PROFILEHISTORY OF THE INDUSTRY 
By 3000 B.C, turmeric, cardamom, pepper and mustard werecultivated in Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro, in the Indus valley, were of occupied mixed stock somewhat larger in structure than either the Sumeriansof those communities. The bad club wheat barely sheep and goats from theIranian plateau and cotton from Southern Arabia or North East Africa butwere held back by their reliance on food water due to lack of knowledge of irrigation.Summer bad trade links with the Indus valley via Hindu Kush by3000 BC and by sea from 2500 BC thus thinking the Harappa’s with bothSumerians and Egyptian, where cumin, anise and cinnamon were used for embalming by 2500 BC.By 1750 BC Harappa civilization had disappeared probably due toflood and tectonic shift were replaced by the Aryans who invaded via HinduKush by 1500 BC. The Aryans had considerable contact with Babylon fromwhence the original flood legend arose o be adopted by both the Aryans andthe Hebrews and several other civilization.
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