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PERSPECTIVE MANAGEMENT PROJECT MMS-I CHANAKYA BATCH 2008-09 DATE- 20/10/2008 SUBMITTED TO: Ms.

SEEMA AGGARWAL

GROUP MEMBERS
Names IZHAR MUSHRIF ANU PILLAI ANANDITA SINGH SOURABH SURYAVANSHI AMIT JAIN Roll Nos. 15 28 34 35 44

PROJECT OBJECTIVE
TO EXPLAIN: • MISSION •VISION •OBJECTIVES •PLANS (SHORT TERM AND LONG TERM) •PROFILES OF FIVE COMPANIES OF DIFFERENT SECTORS

INTRODUCTION:

MISSION OF A COMPANY – Defines the fundamental purpose of an organization or an enterprise, basically describing why it exists. VISION AND OBJECTIVE OF A COMPANY – Defines the desired or intended future state of a specific organization or enterprise in terms of its fundamental objective and/or strategic direction.

COMPANIES OF DIFFERENT SECTORS TAKEN BY OUR GROUP:

Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) Sector:
IMPERIAL TOBACCO COMPANY OF INDIA LIMITED (ITC)

Manufacturing Sector:
Kirloskar Brothers Limited

Power Sector:
National Thermal Power Corporation

 Engineering

Sector: Bharat Forge Limited

Finance(Investment) Sector: Infrastructure Development Finance Company

FMCG SECTOR IMPERIAL TOBACCO COMPANY

Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG)
FMCG are products that are sold quickly at relatively low cost. Examples of FMCG generally include a wide range of frequently purchased consumer products as well as other non-durables.

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Y .C . Deveshwar

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FMCG Products of ITC
Cigarettes Foods Lifestyle Retailing Personal Care Education & Stationery Safety Matches Agarbattis

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Let's put India first

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History
Incorporated on August 24, 1910 under the name of

'Imperial Tobacco Company of India Limited'.  First centre:- Radha Bazar Lane, Kolkata. Ownership progressively Indianised, and name changed to I.T.C. Limited in 1974. Multi-business portfolio encompassing a wide range of businesses – Cigarettes & Tobacco, Hotels, Information Technology, Paperboards , Agri-Exports, Foods, Lifestyle Retailing and Greeting Gifting &

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Preserving National Heritage
Create value for Indian society in multiple ways. Preservation of India's rich cultural heritage. Contributes to the promotion of Indian:
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Classical Music. Theatre. Art. Cuisine.

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Let's put India first

Let's put India first

Let's put India first

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Trusteeship Customer Focus Respect For People Excellence Innovation Nation Orientation

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AWARDS
• One of the eight Indian companies in Forbes A-List

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for 2004, featuring 400 of “The world's best big companies". Also among Asia's'Fab 50' and the World's Most Reputable Companies. Ranks among Asia's 50 best performing companies compiled by Business Week. Among India's Most Respected Companies by Business World and among India's Most Valuable Companies by Business Today. Ranks among India's `10 Most Valuable

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Launched in June 2000. Enables Indian agriculture significantly to enhance its competitiveness by empowering Indian farmers through the power of the Internet. Designed to tackle the challenges posed by the unique features of Indian agriculture, characterized by fragmented farms, weak infrastructure and the involvement of numerous intermediaries, among others. Today, reach out to over 4 million farmers growing

Let's put India first

PLANS

ITC Wills Lifestyle, premium fashion label, will open 50 more exclusive outlets, thus establishing its presence in 40 Indian cities in the next two years. ITC plans to launch new products once every two months . ITC Ltd has launched Wills Navy Cut Regular size filer cigarettes, price at Rs.24 a pack of 10 sticks in select markets in north and west India.

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A five-year action plan based on integrated pest management (IPM) and organic farming taken up to carry spices exports to a higher level from the current Rs.70 crore, in close association with the Foods Division of the company. ITC Foods has drawn up plans to enter into frozen foods category in the domestic market within the next sixeight months. The company will extend its Kitchen of India brand to frozen foods, which would include meals packaged in trays and snacks. VALUABLE WASTE: ITC will buy from residents such discarded cartons that are now dumped as garbage. ITC will now utilize wind energy in its Packaging and Printing business as part of its commitment to progressively use renewable energy to further consolidate its carbon positive status.

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ITC is the only company in the world of its size to be: •Carbon Positive •Water Positive •Close to Zero Solid Waste Discharge

MANUFACTURING SECTOR KIRLOSKAR BROTHERS LIMITED

HISTOR Y O F K BL. ...

THE KIRLOSKAR STORY

Bicycle work in Belgaum with eldest brother. Sold that cycle shop for business. Raja of Aundh gives land & money for Factory. Return loan of Rajasahab within 2 years. Kirloskarvadi, India's first industrial township.

SHANTANURAO KIRLOSKAR

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Mechanical Engineer from MIT Cambridge. Shantanurao was a global thinker. He was instrumental behind the rapid growth of the Kirloskar Group. Started KOCL in Pune. Invention of Indias 1st highspeed engine.

SANJAY KIRLOSKAR

Mechanical Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, U.S.A. Sanjay Kirloskar is the chairman and managing director of KBL. Accredited for moving Kirloskar Brothers from being just a pump& valve manufacturer to an Engineering.

Landmarks in the Kirloskar Saga
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1888 : Kirloskar Brothers established. 1901 : India's first fodder-cutter made. 1904 : First six ploughs made. 1924 : Export of ploughs to Britain begins. 1927 : Kirloskar becomes the first manufacturer of India's first HP electric motor. 1941 : The Mysore Kirloskar Limited established. 1946 : Kirloskar Oil Engines and Kirloskar Electric established. 1949 : India's first 5 HP Petter type AV1 engine manufactured. 1950 : Manufacture of bi-metal thin-walled bearings started. 1962 : Hotel Blue Diamond started, Diversification in Hospitality Industry. 1973 : First overseas office established in Malaysia.

Landmarks in the Kirloskar saga

1988 : Kirloskar Group completes a 100 years in operation; the Centenary year. 1993 : All major companies in the group receive ISO 9001 Certification. 2001 : KBL gets order to supply concrete volute pumps worth 78 Million US Dollors to world's largest hydro-electric project : Sardar Sarovar Narmada Valley Project· Toyota Corp. Japan forms a joint venture with Kirloskars to manufacture multi-utility vehicle QUALIS. 2002 : Agreement to dissolve the partnership between Kirloskar Oil Engines Limited and KNECHT Filterwerke GmbH, Germany. Toyota-Kirloskar introduces its latest offering in India the luxury sedan CAMRY.

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PRODUCTS

AGRICULTURAL PUMPS DOMESTIC PUMPS INDUSTRIAL PUMPS SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS COMPRESSORS VOLVES

MISSION

TO

BE

RECOGNISED

ON

AN

INTERNATIONAL LEVEL AS A COMPANY PROVIDING RELIABLE,INNOVATIVE AND BENEFICIAL SOLUTIONS IN THE FIELD OF WATER MANAGEMENT.

VISION

Business for us is the best service, customer care and a lifelong relationship. To become the first preference of the clients and employees and be recognised as one of the top 15 companies in the world.

WORK ETHICS

WORK BASED ON TRADITIONAL TRUST. FORMATION TEAM SPIRIT. AND DEVELOPMENT OF

EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION BY A FAIR SYSTEM OF EMPLOYEE EVALUATION.

WORK ETHICS

QUALITY CONTROL ENSURES VALUE FOR MONEY BY QUALITY.

CORDIAL

RELATION

WITH

ALL

THE

STAKEHOLDERS OF THE COMPANY.

TRANSPARENT

TRANSACTIONS

WITH

THE CLIENTS AND SUPPLIERS.

KBL'S COMMITMENT

The philosophy of Kirloskar has at its base the idea that all industrial endeavours must positively impact life and society around it. It is a confluence of mind and matter to create and generate such power, which can impact human life in a positive way. Our commitments are a part of the imbibed values and ethos we follow to meet our goals and the customers' expectations from us.

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EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT SOCIAL WELFARE QUALITY

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
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Hydraulic Research Centre. Prime mover for 'unattended' Gensets. Prime Mover for Agricultural Tractor. Prime Mover for Backhoe Loader. Uprating of existing product (diesel engines) to meet Stringent exhaust emission norms, stipulated by Govt., for diesel engines used for Genset. Uprating of existing engines, for increasing the Power/weight ratio.

THE KIRLOSKAR GROUP OF COMPANIES
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Kirloskar Ferrous Industries Limited. (KFIL) Kirloskar Middle East FZE. (KMEF) Kirloskar Oil Engines Limited. (KOEL) Kirloskar Pneumatic Company Limited. (KPCL) Kirloskar Proprietary Limited. (KPL) Kirloskar Brothers Limited. (KBL) Kirloskar Ebara Pumps Limited. (KEPL) Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies (KIAMS)

POWER SECTOR

NATIONAL THERMAL POWER CORPORATION

INTRODUCTION
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Largest power Company in India. Founded on November 7,1975 to accelerate power development in the country.

Amongst the world’s largest and most efficient power generation companies.

One of the jewels of Public Sector 'Navratnas'- a potential global giant.

VISION
“To be one of the World’s largest and best power utilities, powering India’s growth.”

OBJECTIVES
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Business ethics Customer Focus Organizational & Professional Pride Mutual Respect & Trust

COMPANY’S PROFILE

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Chief Managing Director : Shri R.S. Sharma. An Indian public sector company listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

The Government of India holds 89.5% of its equity.

COMPANY’S PROFILE
 Installed

capacity of 29,394 MW.  Consists of :  15 coal based power stations of (23,395 MW).  7 gas based power stations (3,955 MW) and  4 Power stations in Joint Ventures(1,794 MW).
 Has

power generating facilities in all major

regions of the country.

COMPANY’S PROFILE

Total number of plants of NTPC – 26 including coal station, fuel station and joint venture.

10 new plants are added under implementation in 10'th Five Year plan (2002-2007).

Plants of NTPC are:
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Singrauli (Uttar Pradesh) Korba (Chattisgarh) Ramagundam (Andhra Pradesh ) Farakka(West Bengal) Vindhyachal (Madhya Pradesh ) Rihand (Uttar Pradesh) Kahalgaon (Bihar) NTCPP(Uttar Pradesh) Talcher Kaniha (Orissa) Unchahar (Uttar Pradesh) Talcher Thermal (Orissa) Simhadri (Andhra Pradesh) Tanda (Uttar Pradesh)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Badarpur (Delhi) Sipat (Chattisgarh) Anta (Rajasthan) Auraiya (Uttar Pradesh) Kawas (Gujarat) Dadri (Uttar Pradesh) Jhanor-Gandhar (Gujarat) Rajiv Gandhi CCPP Kayamkulam (Kerala) Faridabad (Haryana) Durgapur (West Bengal) Rourkela (Orissa) Bhilai (Chhattisgarh) RGPPL (Maharastra)

GROWTH OF NTPC INSTALLED CAPACITY & GENERATION

SERVICES
Apart from power generation  Provides consultancy in the area of power plant constructions and power generation to companies in India and abroad since 1989

SERVICES

Has a Power Management Institute to provide training in all aspects of power Plant Management and Systems.

Has set new benchmarks for the power industry both in the area of power plant construction and operations.

PLANS

Upcoming/Future Projects - In November 2007, signed a joint venture with Indian Railways to set up a 1,000 Mega Watt (MW) power plant in Nabinagar in Bihar. The Joint Venture would be called Bharatiya Rail Bijlee Company. Has diversified into hydro power, coal mining, power equipment manufacturing, oil & gas exploration, power trading & distribution. Plans to be a 75,000 MW power generated company by 2017.

PLANS

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Has recently diversified into coal mining business to secure its fuel requirements and support its capacity addition program. Diversification allow NTPC to offer new growth opportunities to its employees. To be amongst top five market capitalisation in the Indian market. To become an Indian MNC with presence in many countries. Diversified utility with multiple businesses

PLANS

Setting benchmarks in project construction and plant availability & efficient Preferred employer.

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To have a strong research and technology base. Loyal customer base in both bulk and retail supply. A leading corporate citizen with a keen focus on executing its social – responsibility.

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Environment protection.  Ash utilization.  Community development.  Energy conservation.

CONCLUSION

It contributes more than one-fourth of India’s total power generation.  Has a potential to be the best Power Generation Company in the World in near future through it’s working capabilities.

ENGINEERING SECTOR BHARAT FORGE LIMITED

WHAT IS FORGING?
FORGING is a process in which a metal is heated & placed in a die & a compressive forces applied. FORCE RANGE - less than a kg. - 170 m. tons

HISTORY --

Hammer and anvil by smith

MODERN APPROACH - Either with process or with hammers powered by compressed air,electrical,hydraulic or steam.

INTRODUCTION

BHARAT FORGE, the world’s second largest forging company.

Country's largest manufacturer & export of automotive & chasis components.

AREAS :- .

- Engineering - Forging - Auto components - Non conventional energy - Speciality chemicals

Turnover Standards

- USD 2.4 billions - Certified ISO/TS 16949/2002, ISO 9000/2000 & ISO 14001

Employee Strength - Over 10000  Locations of Manufacturing Total 12 – 4 in India ,3 in German, 2 in China 1 each in Sweden, North America.  Kalyani Group Products Automobile component & system speciality steel special manufacturing service

VISION

To

be a world class organization & leader in every aspects of our business. To grow business by accessing global markets. To deliver products & services to customers consistent with the Kalyani brand & image.

OBJECTIVES

 To

be committed to listening & responding to the needs of our customers.  To honour the individual value of customer associates & business  To be committed to an entrepreneurial spirit.  To maximise the growth of our companies & increase shareholder value.

PLANS

Bharat Forge draws revenue plans for German outfit  They are planning for aerospace, shipping products.
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Company plans to invest 300cr. in Maharashtra states.

They are trying to promote Pune as one of the top auto clusters in the country

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

 Education  Community

Initiatives  Environment  Health & Safety

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT FINANCE COMPANY (IDFC)
-THINK INFRASTRUCTURE THINK IDFC

INTRODUCTION

IDFC was incorporated on 30th January 1997 in Chennai . Established in 1997 as a private sector enterprise . It was set up on the recommendation of the expert group on commercialisation of infrastructure projects . It is an investment company . It is one of the largest providers of debt to the Tata and Reliance groups.

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Lead financier of Hyderabad Airport and also has a small stake in the Delhi airport.

IDFC’s private equity arm has a stake in three airports, four ports, 26 roads, 1,500 hotel rooms, 700 hospital beds, three power plants and 400 km of gas pipelines .

It has been awarded for lead arranger mandates and key advisory assignments

Subsidiaries of
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IDFC Capital Company Limited IDFC Investment Advisors Limited IDFC PPP Trusteeship Company Limited IDFC Private Equity Company Limited IDFC Project Equity Company Limited IDFC Projects Limited IDFC-SSKI Securities Limited IDFC-SSKI Private Limited IDFC-SSKI Stock Broking Limited IDFC Trustee Company Limited

MISSION OF

To be the financier and advisor of choice for infrastructure in India . To stimulate the flow of private capital for infrastructure investments in the country. Introduce innovative financial products to match the risk profile of projects

VISION

To be India's specialist infrastructure financier .

OBJECTIVES OF

Maximising shareholder's value through a diversified mix of businesses .

To become a one stop shop for infrastructure products and services .

PLANS OF THE
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They are seeking to venture into urban transport projects . Also venturing into new areas such as solid waste management and water supply solutions .

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To lend 1000 crores to Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd . (GPPL) . They are looking for to create facilities of global standards . IDFC plans to build a large network of supply chain solutions.

Wants to triple their assets for investments in roads, ports and power .

Planning to set up an intermediate holding company for its four subsidiaries – IDFC-SSKI Securities, IDFC Private Equity, IDFC Project Equity and IDFC Capital Singapore .

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To list its $1.25 billion infrastructure fund. To raise upto $750 million (Rs 3,150 crore) by way of issue of securities to entities .

BIBLIOGRAPHY & WEBLIOGRAPHY
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www.itcportal.com www.kirloskar.com www.google.com CACTUS & ROSES (An Autobiography of Shantanu kirloskar.) www.ntpc.co.in www.bharatforge.com www.idfc.com

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