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Practical training is an integral part of engineering studies. One can not merely really upon the theoretical knowledge. It is to be coupled with practical for it to be fruitful. Classroom lectures made the fundamental concepts of engineering clear. The also facilitate the learning things. However class lectures must be correlated with the practical training in the company has a significant role to play in the sub!ects of future engineers end to enhance their analysis skills it is necessary that they combine their classroom learning with the practical knowledge of manufacturing others operations. I consider myself very lucky to get summer training in this company. I went under si" weeks of training at #urgaon. It helped me to get a practical insight into actual industrial environment and provided me opportunity to make my engineering concept clearer. It is difficult to elaborate every thing that I learned during the training. However I have endeavourer too many comprehensive picture of details about working in following pages. I have accumulated the desired information through personal observations self practice over machines and discussion held with the officers at different levels.
( special thanks to all staff of the company for their constant co)operation *ncouragement confidence and affectionate guidance at every step even at odd hours also for helping me out to complete my training report. I want to e"press my sincerest thanks to them for their constant encouragement criticism and proper guidance at every step.Ac9no$ledge"ent It is my pleasure and fortune to have work under %r. + . The training in this company build up a technical confidence in us. I will always remain indebted to them for shaping not only this training but also knowledge of machines and other processes. &hekhar 'erma. The staff takes very interest in their work and they devote their fully strength and energy toward training and training students.
The group offers and end to end solution in designing engineering industry. Today through its two strategic business entities C(P(-O *ngg.ith business interests predominantly in the manufacture of steel automotive and general engineering products the group has grown as a global entity.2. C(P(-O India the business arm of caparo group began its operation in 188< as a !oint venture with India4s largest car manufacturing %(-1TI 17=O#.Introduction . developing and manufacturing automotive systems assemblies and components to Indian automotive and < . India Pvt.C(P(-O is more than a successful business enterprise . C(P(-O group a 12 based diversified conglomerate is a world)leader in the manufacture and supply of sophisticated steel and engineering products. 0td. . and C(P(-O %(-1TI 0td. Head3uartered in 0ondon caparo4s global operations are spread across over 56 sites in 12 India &pain north (merica Canada and 7ubai and employ more then 5666 associates worldwide. it is a story of people of human values and efforts. C(P(-O group is now a collection of over <6 companies operating from over 56 sites worldwide. based group with a 1bn *uro turnover. C(P(-O founded in 1859 by Indian born :ritish industrialist 0ord &war! Paul of %arylebone is a fast growing 1. (bove all is a story of faith and family/)0ord Paul chairman and founder.
Having started with a single unit at #urgaon Caparo IndiaDs stamping operations are now spread across several hi)tech facilities in India. It has developed capabilities to supply complete body)in)white systems to O*%s like Tata motors ) a skill set unmatched in the Indian industry. It is the only supplier in India possessing capabilities to meet all stamping and stamping assembly re3uirements of O*%s. The companyDs wide range of stamping products include body parts E . C(P(-O %(-1TI limited is a world class tier1 sheet metal stamping welding assemblies and closures supplier to %aruti &u>uki ? India@. 'arious parts which are manufactured at Caparo %aruti limited includes panel complete dash -ear skirt wheel housing door hinge panel tunnel components penal comp. &tarting right from the process design and development stage to providing tools migration to mass production and effective delivery management the company offers tailor)made &olutions to the customers. Caparo group leverages its e"haustive capabilities in metal &tamping Aastening Tubing Aorging and (luminium Aoundry businesses coupled with its state)of)the)art Tool -oom and -B7 Centre to service top)notch clients such as #% Aord %aruti Honda Tata %otors and CC:.D is an esteemed organi>ation formed by C(P(-O group of companies which is governed by very famous 0ord &war! Paul is working in tandem with %aruti 1dyog limited for manufacturing various sheet metal parts for various %aruti models likes . It has established a !oint venture plant with %aruti 1dyog limited at %aneser. The company4s ability to offer complete lifecycle solutions backed by a global support system technological superiority and customer orientation make it a force to reckon with in its areas of e"pertise.agon).CAPARO MARUTI LIMIT.&wift (lto *steem :olero 'erna Omini etc. main floor etc. Caparo speciali>es in providing complete steel and aluminium metal stamping solutions for a variety of applications.
agon).Hen and &antro &wift.) Game of the Company (ddress Products Produced by Company ) ) ) Caparo Maruti Li"ited C. '. Location o! t e plant. Comple" 7elhi road ?#urgaon@ -ear skirt Panel 7ash :ack 7ash . Caparo India is also strongly focused on developing technologies to get into (dvanced Composite %aterials) perhaps the technology most likely to replace sheets metal over the ne"t F)16 years. 5 .heel dash of %aruti 966 (0TO .chassis parts long members reinforcements brackets frame add)on parts and other general stampings.
1 G. :ed si>e of all presses is $.9mtrs. m $. Products manufactured are 7ash panels floor panels Juarter Inner Hood Inner Aront member and 7oor inner. 1885 1$166 s3. ++6 employees %anpower employed ) . 166T OG( make &panish hydraulic die spotting press. Pro!ection welding shop 7rawn arc welding shop &pot welding stations :ualit.la+ Certi!ications &ystem have been designed to conform to T& 158<8 I&O 1<661 F ) ) ) ) ) Aeb.<mn line strokes p. m E566 s3. Die spotting press.EI1.166 cr.a.CAPARO MANUFACTURING PLANT 0GURGAON1 :uic9 !acts Operational since Total area :uild up area Capacity Investment Plant ig lig ts Aully automatic press line consisting one press of 966T three presses of <66T each one press of 116T and one press of 96T. Car $elding s op. Facilities Auto"oti/e press s op &panish fully automatic pres line consisting one press of 966T and three press of <66T each.
Products &tampings Aasteners Tubes Aorgings Tool -oom K .B 7 Centre 9 .
The companyDs wide range of stamping products include body parts chassis parts long members reinforcements brackets frame add)on parts and other general stampings. Caparo India is also strongly focused on developing technologies to get into (dvanced Composite %aterials) perhaps the technology most likely to replace sheets metal over the ne"t F)16 years . &tarting right from the process design and development stage to providing tools migration to mass production and effective delivery management the company offers tailor)made &olutions to the customers. Having started with a single unit at #urgaon Caparo IndiaDs stamping operations are now spread across several hi)tech facilities in India. Caparo have product speciali>ation in following parts such as Outer body panel 0arge inner panels -einforcements :rackets Arame) add on parts Cross members and chassis parts #eneral stampings 8 .%ta"pings) Caparo speciali>es in providing complete steel and aluminium metal stamping solutions for a variety of applications. It has developed capabilities to supply complete body)in)white systems to O*%s like Tata motors ) a skill set unmatched in the Indian industry. It is the only supplier in India possessing capabilities to meet all stamping and stamping assembly re3uirements of O*%s.
CAPARO MARUTI LIMIT.%ta"ping applications %9in parts) Caparo manufactures all kinds of skin parts such as outer panels and inner cells in various si>es ?tL6. (t present Caparo is manufacturing complete doors for #eneral %otor India %1' Tavera. H. . Caparo is making long members for *icher motors at its Pithampur plants. The manufacture of high tensile parts needs special die designing capabilities. Asse"+l.E)5.s-ste") This involves assembling the various body parts including frames members floor etc.7epartment +. 7epartment $.od-) in $ ite) s-ste") Caparo has built capabilities for complete body in white system that include side panels body frames pillars boot lids seat components etc.D plant consist of following sections 1. It fabricates deep draw and e"tra deep draw panels and speciali>es in hemming of doors. The company is the only independent component supplier to import a <66 ton machine for making a long member automatically. 6ig tensile parts) High tensile parts are used by O%*& to lend strength and stiffness with a favorable mass to cost ratio. This will increase the speed of production and ensure 3uality for this critical component. Production 7epartment 16 . Long "e"+ers) They are the members on which the complete chassis and body of commercial vehicle rest and making them a critical component for strength and safety.66 mm@. through a combination of processes like welding and adding nuts and bolts. *ngg.
Press working processes make use of large forces by press tools for a short time interval which results in cutting or shaping the sheet metal. &ome times the pressing operations may be complicated and more than one pressing operations may be re3uired.elding shop Press work is a method of mass production involving the cold working of metals usually in the form of thin sheet or strip. ( disadvantage however associated with presswork is that the metal is less deformable due to its higher resistance and because of work hardening. Press working forces are set up guided and controlled in a machine referred as a press. Power presses are used for producing large 3uantities of articles 3uickly accurately and economically from the cold working of mild steel and other ductile materials .PRODUCTION D.NT This department consists mainly of the two sectionsM 1. 11 . Press working is one of the e"tensively employed methods of fabricating parts of intricate shape with thin walls. Press shop $. .the components produced range over an e"tremely wide field and used through out industry. Press worked parts do not re3uire any machining also.PARTM. &ince press working does not involve heating of the part close tolerances and high surface finish can be obtained on the part. Gow a days practice is to any shape by using specially designed press tools sand other combinations of operations. &ince presses can produce components at fairly fast rates the unit of cost of labour for operating the press is fairly low.
PR.%% %6OP Tandem Press line Game of company of Press %KC) Aagor %ade in &pain 1. Press %KC)G$) <66 Tones Tonnage) <66 Tones Ai"ed stroke) 1666mm 1$ . Press %KC)G1) <66 Tones Tonnage) <66 Tones Ai"ed stroke)1666mm &hut Height -ange) 9F6mm to1$F6mm Cushion Travel) $66mm to <E6mm %oving bolster &i>e)$E66 mm ?0@ I1966 mm ?:@ I 966 mm ?H@ Pressure) (ction ) T-I%%IG# +. Press %KC)Go) 966 Tones Tonnage) 966 Tones Ai"ed stroke) 1666mm &hut Height -ange ) 9F6mm to 1$F6mm Cushion Travel) $66mm to <E6mm %oving bolster &i>e)$E66 mm ?0@ I 1966 mm ?:@ I966 mm ?H@ Pressure) E 2g Pa (ction . $. 7-(.
-*&T-I2*KA0(G#IG# <.RATION%M ?in C%0@ 1. 1+ . $. PI*-CIG# 7ifferent Go. Press %KC)G+) <66 Tones Tonnage) <66 Tones Ai"ed stroke) 1666mm &hut Height -ange ) 9F6mm to 1$F6mm Cushion Travel) $66mm to <E6mm %oving bolster &i>e)$E66 mm ?0@ I1966 mm ?:@ I966 mm ?H@ Pressure) (ction .%% OP. -*&T-I2*K A0(G#IG# <.&hut Height -ange ) 9F6mm to 1$F6mm Cushion Travell)$66mm)<E6mm %oving bolster &i>e)$E66 mm ?0@ I 1966 mm ?:@ I966 mm ?H@ Pressure) (ction . T-I%%IG# +. of 7ies is used in 7ifferent Operations. 7-(. PI*-CIG# PR.
(daptor 16. %oving :olster 1$. 1p)right 8.NAM. Aly . &peed operating &ystem $6. 1n)0oader 15. &huttle 1F. Crown 5.heel <. Tonnage ?966T <66T@ 1< . :ed 1+. (ir tank?two@ 19. Cushion 1<. Connecting -ode F. PR. 7ie 11. 0oader 1E. %ain motor +. Counter :lonse tank 18. OF T6. Cultch :rake E. PART% 1.%% MAC6IN. Aan $. &lide 9.
CRAC=.hen green button is pushed motor is starts running motor connected to fly wheel by ')belt.) . .F. :ig gear shaft connect a cam which convert rotary motion into reciprocating motion. +. Aour connecting rods are connected to these one ends which converts the rotary motion into reciprocating motion. <RIN=L. These are opposite in action when brake is acting which brake the motion is starts.%% <OR=ING D. ( big gear is also connecting to parallel to the small gear.RATION> <OR=ING OF MAC6IN. This system is operated by cultch and brake system. Check the material and against operation. .hen sheet any where folds than double. Two !aw are used one is compress the sheets plates when paddle is pushed cutting !aw take operation and cutting a straight operation on machine. Inform the senior.hen loader hopper takes off on work plate air is take off by pump which creates a vacuum on hopper took of !ob when the !ob is placed on the 7ie. Re"o/al. . <OR=ING ACTION OF LOAD.. ( small diameter gear is connected to same shaft of fly wheel. Re"o/al o! crac9.RLAP.R.) . Re"o/al.. O?. Pump action is off. $.hen sheet is brake in two parts. Alywheel connects two small gears which drives the big gears. Check the material and inform the against operation and inform the senior. CUTTING OP.) %otor drives the fly wheel.) 1.CT%.hen sheet is not plane some layers are see in sheet. PR. OF <OR=ING.PRINCIPL. 1E .
.PAIRINGM To make die surface dust free removes high points. %aintenance the bed 1. :y comparing pressed panel and feeling high points in 7ie. PR. by punch at the defect >one sheet D. blank clamping in the clearance between die and +.CT% OF DI.L R. O.RLAP . %aintenance $. blank ad!usting gauge.it occurs@ . Increase the area of $.elding and then buffing of the 7ie cushion and height and decrease the the panel. holder the the surface by melting.N. Ause the overlapped wrinkle by $. Increase at ad!ustment 1. MAINTAINANC.%% LIN.hy it occursN -ate of sheet flow through blank holder during draw is more ob!ective of ad!ustment and repair of die reduce. . Press. -emove hammering. DI. If the sheet is being lubricated then reduce the lubrication. P. radius of bed corner.8.<RIN=L. 7ue to dust or high point in 7ie. 15 .NT < . +. CONFIRMATION OF FAULT LOCATION IN DI. AND O?. R.PAIR 1.
(T P-*&& 0IG* 1. R. :y hammering and remove pressing buffering polishing it. $. of 7I* %(IGT(GC* P(G*0 -*P(I1. 0ight scratch buffing respect to defect in panels.8. Polish the 7ie.PAIRING. sanding scratch and welding and buffing and polishing. O.%% OP. to P(G*0 -*P(Ihigh 1. $.CT% OF DI. Confirmation of fault and its location in 7ie feeling by hand and comparing. 0ubrication panels.(T P-*&& 0IG* 1. Polish the 7ie with 1. &potting the profile of die surface. $. %CRATC6 .hy it occursN 7ue to sharp corners in 7ie. %atch the points dents. PR. Clean the 7ie. and sanding. To remove sharp corners in 7ie. Polish the 7ie and clean the 7ie. the dent and and then grinding $. Polish the 7ie. 7eep scratch by of hammering at line then Check by hand finger Gails. Checking the 3uality of die repairM • • Aeeling by hand and fingers.RATION% Press tools may be designed for carrying out the following or more operations 1F . 7I* %(IGT(GC* 1.
Cutting and % earing A. Production of a deep cup component deep drawing shallow drawing redrawing. *. Coining and Tri""ing Trimming up the edges of a pressing coining interlocking riveting forging impact e"trusion. +. 5. .Btrusion COMPON.lan9ing. . 2.( Piecing. -emove of a local piece of material to form a hole of some shape.%% %a!or components of a press areM 19 . Curling 3. Cupping Production of a cup from disc. &. Producing of the contour in flat blank clipping and shearing.NT% OF PR.endingM %aterial is bent in one plane. 4. . Dra$ing.
R PLAT.R.1.D. =NOC= OUT. It is a mechanism operating on the upstroke of the press which e!ects work pieces or blanks from press tool. It is a press accessory located beneath or within the bolster for producing an upward motion or force is actuated by air oil rubber or springs or a combination there of. It is needed for mounting the press tools and accessories and therefore should be sufficient thickness to withstand the forces coming on it. RAM 0%LID.OL%T. It moves through its fi"ed stroke a distance depending upon the si>e and design of the press the position of the -am can be changed and its stroke is generally fi"ed.. DI.CTANGULAR . It is a part of the frame and generally open in the canter to allow the scrap or blank to fall down. CU%6ION. .% Co"ponents o! t e dies asse"+l18 . The distance between the top of bed and the bottom of slide with its stroke down is called the shut height of the press..
PUNC6 6OLD.TAIN. DIR R. It should be made of a hard wear resistant metal and finally ground to a predetermined si>e providing !ust optimum clearance between 7ie and Punch. It may be a solid body around the body of the punch and is itself bolted to the punch holder. PUNC6 R.TAIN.R $6 . It is introduced between the back of punch and the punch holder in order to distribute the pressure over a wide area and thus reduces the intensity of pressure on the punch holder and ultimately avoids any possibility of its getting crushed under heavy loads.7epending upon the design of the die assembly the press could be used for a variey of operations and !obs. It is a good fit and is nicely bedded in the slot which accommodates it in order to avoid the heavy stresses and also to eliminate slackness developing with the shock condition of service. It is also made of a hard wear resistant metal and is finish ground to predetermined si>e and tolerance. In si>e it is made small as possible in consistent with the re3uired strength. PUNC6 The punch is the member which forces the sheet strip down and may pierce it or draw it.R OF PUNC6 PAD Its purpose is to hold the punch in its proper relative position. DI. ( typical sketch of 7ie is shown and all the components in it are described below.%%UR. PLAT. &pecific tooling is necessary to adopt the press for a particular operation.R On its top it ends in a shrank which is anchored to the press ram it e"actly fits into the ram opening for proper positioning and alignment of the punch. PR.
?(@ CO%PO1G7 7I*&M in these dies two or more cutting operations such as blanking and piercing can be performed simultaneously in a single stroke.It holds the die block at proper position with respect to punch and is itself mounted in the die shoe or holder which in turn bolted or clamped to the bolster plate.RATIONAL DI.ARING% The punch and dir members once properly located and aligned are held in alignment by means of guide parts and bearings which resists movement or deflection of die members as operating pressure increases.. <elding % op $1 . ?(@ C1TTIG# (G7 AO-%IG# 7I*& Cutting dies are used for preparing blanks for further shaping operations like bending forming drawing etc. ?C@ P-O#-*&&I'* 7I*&M in these dies the work piece moves from one station to another with separate operation being performed at each station. CLA%%IFICATION OF DI. PO%T AND .% 7ies which are designed to perform several operations in single stroke. (ll stations work simultaneously and the work piece is retained in stock till reaches the final station which cuts off the finished piece. the cutting dies could be further defined by the specific nature of operation like blanking piercing performing notching trimming shaving dies. GUID. ?:@ CO%:IG(TIOG 7I*&M in these dies the cutting and forming operations are carried out in single stroke.) 7ies which are designed to perform only one operation. This is achieved entirely within the die assembly by the use of cam actuated punch and dies members or by designing the die for use on a double action press which has two independent rams or slides on moving inside another.% %ingle operation dies. MULTI)OP.
In as much as the combination of temperature and pressure can range from high temperature with no pressure to high pressure with no temperature a wide variety of welding process has been developed. . 'arious welding process in use these days which are described asM General in!or"ation (rea . m F$ Go.LDING $$ .eld cycle time ) ) ) ) ) 82( to 1$2( $E6 2gf $+6kgf to +E6 2gf (cc.elding is e"tensively used for manufacture and repair of machine tools !igs and fi"ture farm e3uipment mining and oil machinery. s.elding means the permanent !oining of two materials usually metals through locali>ed coalescence resulting from a suitable combination of temperature pressure and metallurgical conditions is known as welding.elding !igs . These are used so e"tensively in manufacturing that a large production of metal products used these days would have to be drastically modified and would be considerably more costly if it were not for use of welding..% OF <.eld time . 116 Go.LDING %POT <.s.6$ &ec. It is used in construction of boilers furnaces railway cars aeroplane rockets and missiles. $ shifts 1$9 per shift Gun para"eters Current *lectric force Pressure . to weld cycle 6.elding guns Operational shifts %an power ) ) ) ) ) 1F$9 &3. TCP.
The two pieces to be !oined by spot welding are placed between the two electrodes and then electrodes are pressed against each other so as to cause desired pressure on the sheets. If current density is too low then the e"pansion rate is slow and weld is in sufficiently fused if current density is high then weld splashes and the pressure on the electrodes causes the weld to collapse at an early stage thus resulting the poor weld. The pressure is applied till the weld cools and regains its strength. The duration of current is for about 6. This time is known as hold time. It is very much desirable for obtaining good weld that proper heat balance should be there. Then the pressure is released and work is removed from the !ig and then the ne"t !ob is placed.+ to $ seconds and this time is known as weld time. The process of spot welding is very suitable for mass production and can be used for most of ferrous and non)ferrous alloys by changing current re3uired to complete the weld. ( current of low voltage and sufficient ampere is passed between the electrodes causing the two parts to be brought to welding temperature and thus the metal under the electrodes pressure is s3uee>ed and welded. This is limited for thin parts can not be used for those parts which are more than 16mm which has heavy force is re3uired for welding them. The cooling water is turned on. The surface to weld should be thoroughly cleaned by pickling or spot blesting to obtain strong weld.This is probably the simplest form of resistance welding and best suited for ordinary sheet steel. (fter this the current is switched off while the pressure is still acting. $+ . *fficient weld depends upon on the correct combination of pressure current and cycle time. It is noted that e"pansion of electrode occurs which directly affect the 3uality weld. This period is applied again and this period till current is passed is called s3uee>ed time. It is used for welding both ferrous and non)ferrous metals upto 9mm thickness. In spot welding there are five >ones of heat generation one at interface between the two sheets with a contact surface of the sheets with the electrodes and othe two in metal of sheets.
In order to enable e3uali>e the heat lasses the pro!ections are formed on the thicker components or on the components having the higher thermal conductivity. In this process current and pressure are locali>ed at the weld section by the use of embossed or coined pro!ections of diameter e3ual to thickness of sheet on one off both pieces of work.) This is a slight modification of spot welding.CTION <. &pacing of welds can be reduced.PRO8. The advantage of this process is that a large number of welds can be carried out simultaneously by having large number of pro!ections of course limitations being due to ability of press to furnish and e3ually distribute the pressure to the work. (nother advantage is that electrode life is long as flat surfaces are re3uired and little maintenance is re3uired. It permits a greater variety of metals and sheet thickness to be !oined than the spot welding. $< . The current is then passed and good welds at all points of contact are made due to fattening out of the pro!ections under hear and pressure.LDING. The work is held between two copper platens and pressure is applied by the movable arm the fi" arm supporting the work. This process is also suited to nearly all types of metals. It welds are made closer together then proportions of the welding current tends to shunt through the previous welds and cause a weak !oint. The se3uence of operations is same as of spot welding the initial cost of high as press type machines are re3uired for this type of welding. The depth of pro!ection is about 56O of sheet thickness.
The flu" on the end of the stud aids the arc control and enables the operator to make stud welds in any position. (n arc is stuck between the stud and the main plate automatically by depressing the operating trigger which energi>es a solenoid which overcomes stud. In this process the flu"ed end of the stud is placed in contact with the work and the threaded end is held by the special collect on the welder gun. 7ecreaseKIncrease in diameter of gun tip which lead to holes or improper spots on parts. &ensors used for detection of child parts are not properly working $E . • • • • • • • • • Child parts missing &pot burrs and spot holes Improper spots &tuds and nuts are missing :reaking of studs during welding :lockage of studs in stud welding machine during welding %ain part is not placed properly on !ig. The power of welding is supplied from a welding transformer.%TUD <. Aor accurate positioning of the studs !igs and fi"tures may be used. &pring pressure from the gun holds the stud in place against the work. Pro+le" in /arious asse"+l.) It is a special welding development that 3uickly and efficiently welds studs and other fastening devices to plates and other surfaces without drilling or punching holes in the main structure.lines and t eir re"edies Pro+le"s. (t the end of an automatically timed interval the stud is plunged into the pool of molten metal thus welding the stud to plate. ( ceramic ferrule a collar is arranged around the stud so that it holds the molten metal in place and helps to form a good fillet.LDING.
$5 . %agneti>ations of magnets in !igs should be done when re3uired ( person should be employed for checking number of spots and child parts &tuds should be checked before inserting in the stud welding machine. Proper training should be given to the persons those operators welding e3uipemts. Re"edies.) • • • • • • • • • • • &ensors to defect the child parts Proper filing of gun tip and changing #un tip when re3uired 1se stud checking machine .• • .ater leakage problem should be solved hand to hand Provide drawings at every assemble line providing re3uired information.ater leakage from pipe lines or from guns which is used for cooling purpose in gun. %isalignment of child parts like clipped due to loss of magneti>ing property of magnets in Cigs. Proper supply of current and other parameters in guns and other welding e3uipment.
principles $F . #*GCIT&1) #rasp the actual circumstances accurately.TOTAL :UALITC MANAG. in a very phased manner. C(P(-O %(-1TI 0I%IT*7 obeys various principles of TOT(0 J1(0IT= %(G(#*%*GT to advance in various fields of management.M. These are various advantages like 3uality improvement reduce scrap reduce work time power saving man power saving etc. 2I%*-(*T( 21TO#() what has been decides 2I%I-(-*T( TO-I) *"actly as per standard.NT Total 3uality management is a techni3ue used in most of company can achieve its goal in the field of production improvement etc. D= PRINCIPL. various adapted by Caparo %aruti 0imited are as followsM D R Principle -*71C* -*1&* -*C=C0* DG PRINCIPL. #*G:()go to the &POT #*G:1T&1) &et the actual thing. 2ICHIG TO %(%O-12OTO)%ust be followed.
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