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Performance Appraisal Project Report

Performance Appraisal Project Report

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METHODOLOGY

Need of the study:

The study concentrates on the HR affairs of the company. It
involves the study of performance standards of the employees of JK
Paper Mills.

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This study has been carried out in order to learn the Performance
Appraisal System of JK Paper Mills Pvt. Ltd; to know what strategies are
being implied and how far they are effective.

Objectives of the study:

•To analyze and apply performance appraisal strategies to

improve the performance of the individual employees.
•To know about the requirements of the employees.

•To know the best performance appraisal strategy of the

company.
•Improve the performance of the employees and there by

improving the overall performance of the company, by providing
suggestions if any.
•To verify the standard of JK Paper Mills when compared to other

paper industries present in the market.

Scope of study:

It is a systematic procedure of collecting information in order to
analyze and verify a phenomenon.
The collection of information has been done through two major

sources:

1.Primary Data.

2.Secondary Data.

Primary Data:

It is the information collected directly without any
reference. In this study, it is gathered through interviews with
various employees, human resource officers and other concerned

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people. Some of the information were verified and supplemented
through personal observation.

Secondary Data:

The Secondary data was collected from already
published sources such as pamphlets, annual reports, various
journals and internal records. The data collection includes:

Collection of required data from annual report of JK. Papers

Ltd.

Reference from textbooks and journals relating to the paper

industry in India.

Annual reports of the company.

Presentation of the study:

Chapter I: This chapter deals with the history and the global
prospective of the Paper industry. It also tells us about the other
important world markets for paper and the future prospects in
these markets.

It also tells us about the various concepts that are
related to performance appraisal strategies.

Chapter II: This chapter deals with the methodology of the
study along with the needs, objectives and limitations of the
study.

This chapter also deals with how the survey was
carried out by taking the primary data and the secondary data,

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that is by carrying out a survey and also taking the findings of
other surveys and documents into account.
It talks about the need and objective of the study
that is to find out how the company is faring in regard to its
performance. It also finds out the limitations that I encountered
during the period of study.

Chapter III: This chapter deals with the profile of the company.
It gives a brief history of the company. It goes on to talk about
the progress and also the innovations and technological progress
that the company has excelled in papers over the years. It tells
us about the quality legacy of the company, in the end it talks
about the unique performance appraisal strategy of the company
and a few of the products that the company sells.

Chapter IV: This chapter deals with the analysis of the survey
that I had conducted during the period of my study. The survey
tries to find out various aspects like the satisfaction of the
employees, performance of the employees, awareness in the
organization, performance appraisal strategies used by the
company and various other aspects.

Chapter V: This chapter includes the summary of the project. It
also includes my findings and suggestions and conclusions
during my project period.

Limitations of the study:

•The study is focused on a very general level rather than a full

scale detailed report.

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•The study does not get information from an in depth prospective.

•The study is not necessarily the solution to the problem that

exists.

•There were a lot of breaks and hindrances while the study took

place.

•The feedback given by recipients is not necessarily right.

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