A Project report On

“LEAVE BENEFITS & RULES OF BHILAI STEEL PLANT” Submitted in the partial fulfillment for the Award of Degree of


Session 2007-08

(Project Guide) Mr. MANOJ VERGHESE

(Submitted by) CHANDAN SINGH

St. Thomas College, Bhilai
Affiliated to Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla University, Raipur (C.G.)


This is to certify that the project on “LEAVE BENEFITS & RULES OF BHILAI STEEL PLANT" submitted in the partial fulfillments of the award of the degree BBA in St. Thomas College affiliated to Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla University, Raipur is a genuine work done by Mr. CHANDAN SINGH under my supervision.

Mr. Manoj Verghese Project Guide

Mrs. Mariam Jacob H.O.D. Management department

Dr. Reny George Principal (St. Thomas College Bhilai)


I, the undersigned hereby solemnly declare that this project entitled “LEAVE BENEFITS & RULES OF BHILAI STEEL PLANT” is a genuine & profound & true work done by me under the auspice of my project guide & other concerned executives. All the information collected is authentic & to the best of my knowledge

(----------------------) CHANDAN SINGH

Reny George (Principal.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The exclusivity of this project can not be claimed as a singular effort for several personal persons have contributed shared accomplishment of this project report. management Department) for her help in my project. some of the prominent names are mentioned at appropriate places. I am extremely indebted to my guide & mentor Mr. as without their generous guidance this work. Manoj Verghese (Lecturer. Thomas College. I am very grateful to Mrs. Also. would have never been completed. co- (CHANDAN SINGH) . Management Department) for sparing his valuable time. I am highly grateful to the management of Bhilai steel plant for their kind co-operation. Mariam Jacob (HOD. I am highly grateful to the employee of Bhilai steel plant for their kind operation. I offer my profound gratitude. and Bhilai) to complete the project. I am very grateful for the opportunity given by Dr. St. As it is impossible to include all the names.




When the exigencies of the company service so require. which is less than a complete calendar month. Vacation leave rules:-applicable to employees working in education departments. leave of any kind may be refused or revoked or curtailed by the authority competent to grant it. Commuted Leave . Credit of the earned leave accrued during a calendar year will be given on the first day of the succeeding year.however. earned leave shall be allowed at the rate of one day for every 10 days of service subject to the limit of2-1\2days of earned leave for the calendar month. Half pay leave An employee shall be entitled to half pay leave for 20 days for each completed years of service and proportionately in the first year of service and in the year of superannuation from the service of the company. An employee shall case to earn leave when the earned leave due amounts to 240 days. 3. B. leave can. C. Grant of maximum earned leave a time in limited to 120 days. Not be claimed as a matter of right. Ministerial Staff and other non-technical staff that are not governed by standing orders or vacation Leave rules. Earned Leave An employee shall be entitled to earned leave at the rate of 30days for every completed calendar year of service or 2-1\2(two and half)days for each calendar month of service. SAIL Leave Rules:-Applicable to Executives.Bhilai steel plant provides liberal leave benefits . The employees of Bhilai steel plant are governed by three types of leave rules: 1. SAIL LEAVE RULES: The following kinds of leave are admissible: A. 2. Standing order leaves rules:-applicable to all employees governed by standing orders (plant or mines). For period. Service means continuous service in the company including the period spent on any kind of leave except extraordinary leave exceeding three months.

which the employee may earn subsequently. When commuted leave is granted.Ordinary leave may be granted to an employee when no other leave is admissible to him or when other leave is admissible to him or when other leave is admissible but the employee applies for grant of extra-ordinary leave. whichever is less. at any one time. F. Maternity leave may be combined with leave of any other kind. to one-half of the amount of HPL the employee is likely to rerun during the remaining period of his service or 30 days. Clarification leave-not-due is to be granted as an advance of HPL and is debited against HPL. Maternity leave may also be granted in case of miscarriage or abortion including abortion covered under the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act 1971. G. Extra. Leave-not-due shall be debited against the half-pay leave the employee may earn subsequently. No employee shall be granted extra-ordinary leave for more than 3 month on one occasion. Leave not due shall be limited. E. Leave Not Due – Leave not due may be granted to an employee at the discretion of the sanctioning authority as advance of half pay leave when there is no earned leave or half-pay leave at his credit. D.Commuted leave not exceeding half the amount of half pay leave due may be granted to an employee on medical grounds. Leave for child care\development – . extra-ordinary leave for a period in excess of 3 month but not exceeding 36 month may be allowed on medical ground for diseases which require prolonged treatment or for prosecuting higher studies or for specialized training. twice the amount of such leave shall be debited against he halfpay leave due. Maternity Leave- A Female employee may be granted maternity leave (which shall not be debited against the leave account) for a period of 12 weeks (84 days) from the date of its commencement. However. on medical certificate for a period not exceeding 6 weeks. Commuted leave may be granted at the request of the employee even when earned is due to him. Leave-not-due sanctioned as an advance of HPL cannot be treated as commuted leave even on medical grounds.Ordinary Leave Extra.

Splice shall be . such employee may be granted quarantine leave for a period not exceeding 21 days (30 days in exceptional circumstances) on the certificate of the authorized medical officer or a Public Health Officer. Special Casual Leave Special Casual leave may be granted to an employee at the discretion of the sanctioning authority to cover the period of absence during which he is unable to attend duties in special circumstances which are not purely personal or domestic. Quarantine leave may also be granted. Special casual leave may be allowed to an employee for a period not exceeding 30 days (60 days in exceptional cases) in a calendar year for participation in representative capacity in sporting events\cultural activities of State/National/International or organized on inter-steel plant basis or representing plant/Unit and for attending coaching camps. An employee shall not be eligible for quarantine leave if he himself is suffering from any infectious disease. residence or sojourn. in continuation of other leave.May be granted and shall consist of maternity leave. plague. HPL and EOL shall not exceed twelve months. This facility can be availed till the child attains the age of one year. typhus fever etc and any other disease notified by the state Govt. when necessary. and back within one hour of start and end of duty. EL. J.e. Maternity leave. This leave can be combined with leave of any other kind. Quarantine Leave Where. I. earned leave. half pay leave as due and admissible and balance as extra-ordinary leave subject to the condition that the total period of such leave i. at his place of duty.) in the family or house-hold of an employee. H. The special disability leave may be shortest normal rout from arising out of accident during journey by the shortest normal route from residence to place of work. in consequence of the presence of an infection disease (Cholera. his attendance at the place of his duty is considered hazardous to the health of other employee. diphtheria. Special Disability Leave Special Disability leave for a period as certified by authorized Medical Officer may be granted to an employee who is temporarily disables on account of personal injury caused by accident arising out of and in the course of his employment.

on production of medical certificate. However. The period of special casual leave shall be limited to the period covered by the State Government Notification in this regard. and social service work. Special casual leave may also be allowed for family planning operations.Employee affected by floods or other nature calamities may be granted special casual leave for the period of absence subject to the area in which employees are posted has been declared as an affected are by the State Government. Casual leave cannot be combined with any kind of leave except Special Casual Leave and Festival/Optional Holidays. for trekking/cycling/motor cycling expedition. While calculating proportionate number of days of CL. Special casual leave may be allowed for one day on each occasion for blood donation in an authorized blood bank.admissible for participation in a mountaineering expedition only if the expedition has the approval of the Indian Mountaineering Foundation. the entire period of training include the period of transit to and fro may be treated as special casual leave without any limit. However. the fractions will be rounded to the nearest whole number. Such employees are also eligible to avail 17 closed holidays and 3 optional holidays in year. duty recognized/requisitioned by the State/Central Government. Ordinarily not more than 10 days casual leave can granted at a time. details OF which an employee is called for training in the Territorial Army. Holidays Employees governed by SAIL Leave Rules are eligible to avail 3 National Holidays plus one holiday on Company Foundation Day during a year. if an employee joins duty after the first day of January. CL can full 15 days. irrespective of the month of superannuation. he shall be entitled to proportionate number of days of CL for the remaining part of the calendar year. However. on the day of blood donation itself or the following day. LEAVE BENEFITS TO THE EMPLOYEES GOVERNED BY STANDING ORDERS . Casual leave lapses at the end the year if is not availed. in the year of superannuation from service. executives working in Technical areas are entitled to avail 5 Optional holidays only but no closed holidays. Casual leave: 15 days Casual Leave is admissible in a calendar year. K.

3. leave for a number of days calculated at the rat of one day for every twenty days of work performed by him during the previous calendar year. b) An employee whose service commence otherwise than on the first day of January shall be entitled to leave at the laid down in clause (a) if he has worked for two thirds of the total number of days in the remainder of the calendar year. .(Reproduction below is Clauses 12 to 16 of the certified Standing Orders (Plant) 12. other than an Apprentice. Explanation: 1. Casual employee and substitute or badly shall be entitled to leave as follows: i) Earned Leave: The provisions of this section as they to earned leave and casual leave shall not operate to the prejudice of any right to which the persons employed in the establishment may be entitled under any other law or under the terms of any award. any day or lay by agreement or contract or as permissible under Standing Orders and maternity leave to female employee not exceeding 123 weeks shall be deemed to be days on which the employee has worked for the purpose of computation of period of 240 days. Leave admissible under this clause shall not be exclusive of all holidays’ whether occurring during or at either end of the period of leave. 2. during the subsequent calendar year. Weekly holidays and public shall not be deemed as days on which the employee has worked. agreement or contact of service provides for a longer leave with wages than provided in this section relating to these two types of leave. For the purpose of this clues. such person shall be entitled only to such longer leave: a) Every employee who has worked for a period of 240 days or more during a calendar year shall be allowed. Leave An employee.

who applied for leave but has not been given such leave. who is entitled to leave under clause (a) or (b) is terminated before he has taken the entire leave to which he is entitled.2 of wage agreement 1995. (As per clause 4. shall be entitled to carry forward the unveiled leave without any family. he shall be paid leave salary in respect of the leave not taken.2 of wage Agreement 1995. only on submission of a medical certificate. any leave not taken by him shall be added to the leave to be allowed to him in the succeeding calendar year. he shall be entitled leave at the rate laid down in clause (a) even if he has not worked for the entire period specified in clause (a) or (b) entitling him to earn leave. (As per clause 4. e) If an employee dose not in any one calendar year take the whole of the leave allowed to him under clause (a) or(b). ii) Half pay leave: At the rate of 20 days for each calendar year which may Be granted either on medical certificate or on private affairs: provided That in the first year of service of an employee. The grant of this leave is subject to the following Conditions:a) Twice the amount of such leave shall be debited against ‘half pay leave’ . This Leave may be accumulated up to 60 days.c) If an employee is discharged or dismissed from service during the course of the year. the employee quit his employment before he has taken the leave. d) In calculating leave. the enhanced carry forward limit is 150 days).4. or if having applied for and having not been granted such leave. enhanced limit is 300 days) iii) Commuted Leave: Not exceeding half the amount of half-pay leave due. Provided that the total number of days of leave that may be carried forward to a succeeding year shall not exceed thirty: provided further that an employee. it should be calculated Proportionately according to the period of service put in by him. f) If the employment of an employee. fraction of leave of half a day or more shall be treated as one full days leave and fraction of less than half a day shall be omitted.4.

1967). Note : Casual leave may not be combined with any other kind of leave. the limit of 90 days extraordinary leave may be extended to the extent recommended by such Medieval Officer or by the Commissioner (Central) and Appellate Authority order dated 19. (vii) Special Casual Leave: For the day or days on which an employee is unable to attend duty in special circumstances (but not for purely personal reasons as is the case with casual leave) for instance.12. due to civil disturbance. 30 days. (a) The term “household” used in this clause includes all individuals residing in the same house. v) Quarantine Leave : Which may be granted to an employee who is necessitated by orders not to attend duty in consequence of the presence of any infectious disease in his family or household? Such leave is granted on the certificate of a Medical or Public Health Officer. iv) Extra Ordinary Extraordinary leave for a period not exceeding 3 month in special circumstances when no other leave is by rule admissible. or when other leave is admissible but the employee concerned applies in writing for the grant of extraordinary leave. provided that if the workman is actually under the treatment of a Medical Officer of the management for treating to any other institution. for the period not exceeding 21 days or in exceptional circumstances. vi) Casual Leave:- Up to seven days in a calendar year.b) The sanctioning authority has reason to believe that the employee will return to duty on its expiry. . irrespective of whether or not they belong to the same.

(b) Leave on half stipend on medical certificate up to 20 days in any year of apprenticeship. An employee shall be entitled to leave salary as follows: (a) during ‘earned leave’ at a rate equal to the daily average of his total full time earning for the days on which he worked during the month immediately of dearness allowance. 13. (c) Casual leave up to seven days in a calendar year on full stipend. on the merits of each case.curfew or strike (other than strikes connected with the Works/Project) or when an employee is inoculated or vaccinated and the Medical Attendant certifies. 15. (d) Quarantine leave and special casual leave as admissible to other employee at the discretion of the management. Leave Salary: 14. Note: If for any reason it is proposed to terminate the apprenticeship of an apprentice. national or international importance in authority. no leave salary (e) During ‘casual leave’ and ‘special casual leave’ at the rate of wages drawn by the employee on the day immediately the day on which the leave commences. (b) During ‘half pay leave’ at a rate equal to half the amount admissible under clause (a) (c) During ‘commuted leave’ equal to twice the amount admissible under clause (b) (d) During ‘extraordinary leave’. any leave which may be granted to him should not . or takes anti rabid treatment or is participating in sporting event of the Steel Projects or of local. Leave to Apprentices: apprentices be eligible for leave a follows: (a) Leave on full stipend up to 15 days in any year of apprenticeship. but lost time should be subsequently made up unless this is relaxed by the management. or suffers an injury in such sporting event or rest(not exceeding six days) immediately after an employee undergoes sterilization operation under the .’Family Planning Scheme’ subject to maximum period of 30 days in a calendar year.

a Government medical officer or failing him. from a registered medical practitioner. (viii) Applications for leave or extension of leave on medical ground shall be supported by a certificate from a medical officer of the company or where there is no such officer. 16. (iii) Application for leave for more than three days or less should be made at least five working day before the date from which the leave is required. (v) Orders granting or refused leave shall be passed by the authority in writing. Application for leave : (i) An employee who desires to obtain leave of absence shall apply to the sanctioning authority. On receipt of such applications.exceed beyond or extended expires. the sectioning an authority shall immediately inform the employee in writing whether the leave or extension of leave has been granted and if so. (vi) All applications for leave must bear the leave address. Incase leave is sanctioned. (ii) Except in an emergency. Leave to substitutes and casual employees: Subject to the provision of the law applicable to the works. substitutes or baldish and casual employees shall not be entitled to any kind of leave and their wages shall be deducted on any day on they do not attend duty excepting paid holiday as per the Standing Order No.18 (8). the reasons for refusal shall be communicated to the employee in writing. the employee shall be given a leave pas and in case leave is refused. for what period. . (iv) Application for leave under clause (b) shall be disposed of immediately. or any earlier date on which his apprenticeship may be terminated. (vii) An employee who desires to extend his leave shall make an application in writing to the sanctioning authority before the expiry of the leave already sanctioned. Application for leave under clause (c) shall be disposed off within four working days. An employee who has been sectioned leave or an extension of leave on medical grounds for a period exceeding 14 days at a time shall not be allowed to resume duty unless produces a certificate of fitness. 17. application for leave for three days or less should be made at least 24 hours before the time from which the leave is required. stating the period for which leave is recommended.

.L. In addition to the above. 5) 18 days closed holiday including 3NH & 1 CFD. Grant of Leave on Medical Certificate: If leave is availed on medical grounds. Authorities competent to sanction leave to employee shall be notified by the management. 4) 1 day EL for 3 days working during vacation. clear diagnosis . b) 25 days Dusshera-Diwali vacation. curtail or revoke leave at any time according to the exigencies of the company’s work. VACATION LEAVE RULES: The employee working in Education Department of Bhilai Steel Plant are entitled the following level benefits:1) 6 days Earned Leave in a calendar year. they are entitled to the vacations as follows a) 45 days summer vacation. General Guidelines Regarding Leave. he may produce Medical Certificate from a govt. OPD NO. his inability to return before the expiry of the leave. employee will have to produce a certificate of fitness. If an employee remains absent beyond the period of leave originally granted or subsequently extended. In case the employee loses his line on his appointment. 2) 20 days H. printed letter head of the hospital . he shall be entitled to be kept on the ‘badly list’. 3) 15 days casual leave. and signature of the patient duly after availing leave on medical grounds . In case the employee is not residing in the township and is staying at a far off place where company hospital is not available. Doctor.(ix) (x) (xi) The sanctioning authority has the discretion to refuse. In such cases . Combination and Commutation of Leave: . for every completed year of service.it should be ensured that medical certificate meets with the prescribed norms viz. employee will be required to produce a medical certificate of unfitness from the plant medical officer only.P. he shall lose his lies on his appointment unless he satisfaction of the management.

4) Sundays / Weekly off days and optional festival holidays occurring during the period of leave shall also not be counted as leave . 3) Authorities empowered to sanction leave must ensure that the orders for granting / refusing leave are passed in time and decision . 3) Holidays occurring at either end of the period of leave may be prefixed or suffixed with the approval of the sanctioning authority. Leave Management And Absenteeism Control : The following guidelines are to be kept in view: 1) Leave cannot be claimed by an employee as a matter of right. 2) Special casual leave may be combined with casual leave. The authority competent to sanction leave has the discretion either to refuse or revoke leave. except for those governed by standing orders. 2) Application for leave must be submitted well in advance so as to enable the department to make the necessary arrangements in time. b) Leave for long spells of over 15 days must be submitted at least 6 weeks in advance. a) Leave application for three days or less must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance .1) Any kind of leave except casual leave may be granted in combination with or in continuation of any other kind of leave. 5) The commutation of one kind of sanctioned leave into leave of a different kind cannot be claimed as a matter of right. Where regular leave has been granted in combination with special casual leave. whereas application for leave for more than 3 days must be submitted at least 5 days in advance.

All leave sanctioning authorities should keep this in mind. 9) In case of employees governed by standing orders .communicated to the employee. 6) All leave sanctioning authorities shall ensure that the grant of leave is so regulated that on any day / shift . 7) Chronic absentees must be identified. care must be exercised to ensure that only applications which are accompanied by medical certificates which fulfill all the requirements are entertained. Rules Regarding National Holidays (NH) Situation Employees not require to attend Category NEs not getting 17 CH Entitlement C. 5) While sanctioning leave on medical grounds . not more than 8 % of the employees remain on leave . Systematic counseling should be done followed by step by step disciplinary action as per the guidelines. 4) In case of failure on the part of the employees to avail leave in the prescribed manner . the leave sanctioning authorities shall refuse to regularize absence and leave period shall be treated as unauthorized absence. certain combinations of leave ae not permissible . 8) To keep a watch over individuals who have proceeded on leave and to ensure that they join back after expiry of the leave .off within 3 months or extra .

C.off / extra wages.off CFD which is not his weekly off When CFD falls on weekly off and not required to work. one day C. (works & Non – works ) Situation When CFD falls on w/off and the employee required to work Entitlement 1 day C/off only (no extra wages / no additional C. C.off Employee required to attend duty on a NH coinciding with his weekly off NEs not getting 17 CH NEs getting 17 CH Exes. not getting 17 CH Exes. off / one day Extra wages. off One day C. not getting 17 CH Exes. not getting 17 CHs Exes. getting 17 CHs One day C.off NEs not getting 17 CH NEs getting 17 CHs Exes. No compensatory off Step by step Guidelines for tackling absenteeism : With the objective of minimizing the incidence of unauthorized absenteeism . off One day C. getting 17 CH No.OFF One day C.off ) When required to work on 1 day C. C.off Company Foundation Day (CFD) For Non – Exes & . guidelines for taking disciplinary action in absenteeism cases have been . off within three months No.off / one or two days extra wages One day C. getting 17 CHs Employee asked to attend duty on a NH not coinciding with his weekly off One day C.duty on N/H coinciding with weekly off wages NEs getting 17 CH Exes. OFF one day C.

2. M&R – 45/2003 dated 25. Leave Encashment rules : . without wages for 4 days / censure. in short spells. The guidelines are reproduced below for information of all concerned. Absenteeism in single or multiple Charge sheet and award of spells totaling 100 days or more major penalty of removal in the preceding 12 months. Counseling by shift in totaling up to 10 days in the charge / personnel executive. NO. 1. from service. either in single or multiple spells . 4. Incidence of absenteeism Action Absenteeism in short spells.2003. preceding 12 months Absenteeism. totaling between 30-50 days in the preceding 12 months Charge sheet and award of major penalty of reduction of pay by two stages for one year with cumulative effect. Absenteeism . SL. 3.11. Show cause notice and totaling between 10-30 days in minor penalty of suspension the preceding 12 months.notified vide circular No.

Encashment of Earned Leave : Persons who are employed in the company after superannuation from their organizations and who according to the terms and conditions of appointment in the company are allowed to accrue earned leave during the period of service in the company may be allowed the facility of encashment of such earned leave . as in the case of regular employees. On RETIREMENT : If any leave due to an employee is not utilized .The rules foe encashment of leave shall cover all regular employees of Bhilai Steel Plant. Eligibility: EL standing to the credit of an employee may be encased at his option in a single spell in a financial year provided that quantum of leave to be encased in each case is not more than 50 % of the earned leave at credit or 30 days earned leave . but exclude those on deputation from government / other organizations. whichever is less. Company employees on deputation to other organizations are covered by the leave rules of SAIL. he shall be allowed to encash the unveiled portion of the earned leave. On Death : .

however . if any. On suspension : Employees placed under suspension shall not be entitled to leave encashment. Sanctioning Authority : The authority who is competent to sanction earned leave shall be the “sanctioning authority” for approving encashment of leave under these rules. Encashment Benefits : Encashment of leave shall be regulated on the basis of last pay drawn which includes basic pay . On Resignation : An employee shall be allowed encashment on acceptance of his resignation.Leave salary in respect of earned leave standing to his credit shall be paid to the PF nominee/gratuity nominee/legal heirs of the employees. The limit of encashment will be up to 150 days for employees. but shall not include incentive bonus . Leave encashment is not admissible during the notice period on resignation. and is allowed on early release by the competent authority . acting / officiating allowance and other allowances. the period not served shall be adjusted against the EL and the balance will be allowed encashment. depending upon the applicability of leave rules. non – practicing allowance for doctors and personal pay . dearness allowance . if the employee is not able to serve the full notice period as per the terms of his employment . .

b) A maximum of 30 days leave or 50 % of earned leave at credit whichever is less. d) For encashment of earned leave. the form shall be forwarded to the time office . e) Leave encashment amount shall be paid only with salary / wages of the employees. c) There shall be no provision for cancellation of leave encashment application. shall be encashable in a single spell . the following may be noted: a) The encashment benefit will be regulated on the basis of last pay drawn which shall be the monthly rate of pay already received by the employee. employee has to apply in the new form which is made available from the personnel office. after entry in HRIS records. b) After sanction of leave encashment. Other terms and conditions for availing encashment of earned leave remain unaltered 1) In this connection. for employees whose attendance records are maintained . 2) The following procedure shall be adopted: a) Employees are required to submit only a single copy of the leave encashment application form . Leave book should not be submitted along with the encashment form .The facility of encashment of EL shall be hence forth allowed only once in a financial year instead of calendar year basis. in a financial year.

e) Any claim or counter claim would not be entertained after three months of the date of submission of initial applications. d) Applications received by 15th of the current month would be paid in the next month along with current month’s salary . it has been decided to deduct 12% of basic + DA on the amount of encashment of EL during the service period of the employee and at the time of separation / superannuation and same shall be deposited in the employee’s PF account together with employers matching contribution.by time office. g) With effect from 1.4. f) No entry in the leave encashment module would be made from by either time office or the personnel office between the 23rd to 31st of every month for avoiding data transmission problems. Encashment of Haly Pay Leave : . c) The last date for receipt of application for leave encashment in time office / personnel office would be 15th of every month.2005.

The encashment of HPL will be allowed in the following cases: i) Separation on attaining the age of superannuation / VR. 1995. Leave Travel Concession : Leave travel concession (LTC) is a welfare measure of the company to provide travel assistance to the employees and members of their families for visiting their home town/ any place in India. encashment of half pay leave will be allowed subject to a maximum of 240 days HPL for all categories of employees.As per clause 4. ii) Death while in service. iv) Employees in the age bracket of 57 years & above who separate from the company on acceptance of their resignation.2 of the wage agreement.4. Eligibility : All regular employees of the company who have completed one year continuous service in the company excluding the following: i) Persons not in whole time employment of the company ii) Casual / daily rated employees iii) Apprentices / trainees on stipend iv) Persons entitled to railway privilege / retirement passes and PTOs as personal to them. Family : . iii) Permanent total disablement of an employee.

‘Home Town’ means the permanent home-town or village of the employee as entered in his service record or as declared by him on joining the service of the company and accepted by the competent authority. residing with him/her and legitimate children and step children residing with and wholly dependent on the employees.Means the employee’s wife or husband. c) An employee can avail LTC twice in a block of four years – once for traveling to his home town only and once for journey to any place in India including his home town. only for the purpose of visiting home town. b) Reimbursement of actual cost of travel by entitled class from the head quarter to any place in India once in a block of four years. Dependent Parents : If not gainfully employed & wholly dependent upon & residing with the employees are included in family. Entitlement : Leave travel concession (LTC) under these rules shall be admissible to such of employee as are entitled to leave and the members of their families to the extent and subject to the following : a) Reimbursement of actual cost of travel by entitled class from the head quarter to home town once in a block of two years. d) In respect of leave travel concession for visiting home town. if they so desire . as the case may be. visit any other place up to a . employees may . married and widow daughter so long as they are residing with and wholly dependent on the employees. Children : Includes major sons.

including daily allowance . in respect of the inward journey to headquarters. while the outward journey will be covered by these rules for self . g) Ticket cancellation charges will be reimbursable only if cancellation of journey is solely due to official reasons and is in the interest of the company work.distance of 750 k.m.s each way in lieu of home town. e) In the case of an employee under suspension. h) In the case of an employee availing LTC recalled to duty in the interest of the company work . f) Reservation charges and additional charges levied by the railways for travel in super fast trains or ordinary trains will be reimbursable. The entitlement for travel during LTC/LLTC for employee at different levels by different modes of travel is summarised in the table given below : . the concession is admissible to the members of his family only. he will be entitled to traveling allowance .

4.57 per k.SL. 2. S-1/S-2 sleeper with less class than 5 years of service S-1 to S-9 ( excludin g category 1) Ist class / AC-II . including Rajdhani Express lower class or NE middle/ third class (if there are more than two class ) Highest class NE or middle / second class ( if there are more than two classes ) NE 2.87 per k. E-3 including Rajdhani express E-4 – E5 AC-II Highest class Includin g Rajdhani express & AC-I Highest class including Rajdhani express 4. 3.03 per k.m. 0. NE 5.m 1.11 per k. NO Category RAIL Mode of Transport SEA AIR* ROAD ** (mileage in rs ) RS. S-10/S-11 Ist class / Highest class and E-0 to AC-II .1 are entitled to travel from nearest airport to port Blair and also from cochin to kakshwadeep by air As per current rates or actual whichever is lower * . E6 above Economy 5.m. 5.m.57 per k.m ** All employees excluding those at SI NO.

NE = Not Entitled Brief Description Of Bhilai Steel Plant Brief History .

On 4’th February 1959.Bhilai steel plant (B. is one of the first three integrated steel plant set up by the government of India to build up a sound base for industrial growth of the country.soviet techno economic collaboration. the agreement was signed on 2’nd February. which rose to than 2. Dr. since then Bhilai has never looked back and has steadily grown & modernized day to day. Profile . 1955 for 1 mt production capacity. by inaugurating the blast furnace no. Bhilai steel plant is a pulsating giant in the glorious industrial context of India. our the then president. Rajendra Prasad dedicated Bhilai to the nation. BSP the functionary of sail is a symbol of indo -. 1 for production. Bhilai has contributed significantly to meet the iron and steel requirements of the country.5 mt (1967) and then to 4mt in 1988. it came into existence on 10’th June 1957.P) is a unit of the steel authority of India limited (sail).S. but its original story started on 2’nd February 1955 when the agreement with user government prove the possibility of dreams come true. when concreting of the foundation of 1’st blast furnace. Bhilai has all along been giving special attention to the employment to the weaker section.

flat and tubular products is marketed within and outside India but its centre marketing organization ( cmo ) and the international trade division (LTD. key customers are provided special customer services and there is increased product focus and constant review of distribution channels. sail’s vast portfolio of long . ) respectively . with a market driven pricing system. manages India’s second largest mines network Sail’s product – mix has been reoriented to keep pace with market demand . sail’s products have been able to carve out a place for themselves in the international steel market .Steel authority of India limited ( sail ) is India’s largest and one of the world’s leading steel producers with a turn over of 15. etc . sail has its own recognition as a major foreign exchange earner for the country.500 crore . looking beyond the national boundaries .2003 GROSS MARGIN (RS IN CRORE ) . headquartered at kolkota . hr coils for cold reducers . higher availability of special grade products like api grade hr coils / plates / pipes . sail’ s raw material division. have enabled sail to maintain and achieve larger market share in value added segments . ANNUAL TURNOVER FINANCIAL YEAR 2002 . by – products and chemicals are marketed directly by the respective steel plants.

quality . .74 Awards & Accolades Bhilai steel plant has excelled in all walks of life is it technology . .40 FINANCIAL YEAR PROFIT (RS IN 2004 CRORE ) FINANCIAL YEAR PROFIT ( RS IN 2004 ( OCT – DEC CRORE ) GROSS MARGIN ) 2593 GROSS MARGIN NET PROFIT NET PROFIT 1124.32 735.77 2135 1016. prime minister trophy for best integrated steel plant India – won five times science its inception in the year 1992-93. and environment or socio – cultural some of the prestigious award bugged by BSP are as follows.71 NET PROFIT (RS IN CRORE) 654.02 1312.TARGET ACTUAL FINANCIAL YEAR 2003 TARGET ACTUAL 1284.

Shram ratna . Bis Rajeev Gandhi national quality award won twice in recent years. teejan bai . .. 1997 – 98 . Dalli mines has bagged national safety award for a record seven times. environment excellent award for the year 1999 – 2000 . . pandwani singer . IOD golden peacock national quality award won thrice in recent years. Padam Bhushan – awarded to smt. . Lal Bahadur Shastri memorial award for the year 2000 – 2001 for best pollution control implementation gold award . . . IIM national quality award winners in ferrous category during 1995 – 96 . Inssan award for employee suggestions six times in last seven years. . national energy conservation award in the integrated steel sector won for 1994. Shram bhushan :08 : 09 . 1999 – 2000 . 1996. 1998. . . indo – German green tech. 1999. national award for best pay rolls savings group in public sector for 1999 – 2000 & thrice earlier as best sanchayika award.

etc. in BSP for causality in plant. management . a central library on BTI . a main hospital named Jawaharlal Nehru hospital & research centre. sports & cultural activities . 7 colleges in Bhilai which cater to the basic education to young people at different levels. metallurgy . numbers individuals group awards have been won time to time by BSP employees at national level in the field of quality circles . Housing facilities Bhilai has well laid out township with demarcated 16 sectors & with broad avenues. Shram shri . Apart from the above . Vishwakarma rashtriya puruskar . . trade apprentice and graduate engineers. Bhilai offers excellent medical & health services.. museum with industrial and other model . educational facilities There are 80 schools. Arjun award : 04 : 04 : 188 : 02 . Pre—employment training is given by the Bhilai technical institute for training operatives. post operative training is also given. Shram vir . jayanthi and panth stadium for staging sports & games events and several community centers with ispat club. there are mainly 18 major types of quarters in different architectural designs. also exist. a national occupational & health centre. with 12 health centers in various sectors.

Simplex castings ltd.TOWNSHIP (UNIT POWER ADMN. MINES CONSTR.major suppliers Apollo industrial corporation Ashok Leyland Bhel Bharat petroleum gas ltd. Birla corporation ltd. Siemens ltd. Hmt ltd. Mumbai) ( Nagpur ) ( kolkata) (New Delhi) ( kolkata ) ( Mumbai ) ( Raipur ) ( Ranchi ) MAN POWER POSITION (EXECUTIVE & NON EXECUTIVE) MAN WORKS GEN. -----------------(Mumbai) (Chennai state – in. Cimmco birla ltd. Dunlop India ltd. UCTION MEDICAL NO. POSITION TOTAL) ON .) (Bhopal.

01.04.1997 01.04.1998 01.04.1999 01.04.2000 01.04.2001 01.04.2002 01.04.2003 01.04.2004

33529 32231 32079 30495 29888 28654 26994 25956

4316 4127 3984 3491 3441 3389 2947 2870

5390 5260 5072 4850 4663 4122 4097 3832

925 803 757 637 586 635 404 371

6008 5792 5620 5116 5046 5104 4385 4101

50168 48212 47512 44589 43624 41908 38827 37130


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1994 – 95 1995 – 96 1996 – 97

639.47 819.31 683.97

2021.31 2840.62 3524.59

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1997 – 98 1998 - 99 1999 - 00 2000 – 01 2001 – 02 2002 – 03 2003 - 04

701.38 300.72 91.85 341.79 476.59 735.40 1931.99

4225.97 4526.69 4616.54 4960.33 5436.92 6172.32 8104.31

Non Works (Personnel) Departments
1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) General Establishment Section Rules Section Law Section Mps & Recruitment Section Executive Cell H.R.I.S Fss & Sewa

8.) Sewa 9.) Counseling Section 10.) Ir Section 11.) Grievance Section 12.) Contract Labour Cell 13.) Canteen Cell

To know the satisfaction level of employees regarding leave .2 STATEMENT OF LIMITATION STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE 1. To study the different types of leaves benefits availed in BSP 2.CHAPTER 2 2.1 STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE 2.

To know about the LTC & their procedure. I tried best of my level to complete this project in the most efficient possible way. 6. Similarly I had faced few problems in completion of this project. To study about the effectiveness of leave benefits of employees 4. 5. To know about the leave encashment system STATEMENT OF LIMITATION Every coin has two factors.3. but I faced some difficulties & limitations. To know about the efficiency of employee by taking leaves. Some of them are mentioned below:- .

So the analysis of these hundred people is May or may not be accurate for the whole population. poor or even poor. People attitude is also a big problem as most of them were not ready to fill the questionnaire and other took lightly. Limited time has also received the content of the survey. Reliability of data is something I am not totally responsible and not even sure about as I get the rules book from rules section. Department problem also can not be ignored a thoughts and expectation of employee of different designation over here may not necessarily match with that of others employees. Only hundred people are surveyed for this project. There in good mood answered good and confidence and others answered good. This area is not technically advanced with effective computer operator which make the presentation part of this project a little bit weaker as compared to my plans.Biggest limitation is the sample size. . which might have been more useful (if more time has been allocated).

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Justification of study The project work which is done by me on the topic “leave benefits & rules of Bhilai steel plant in BSP is the record of the original .1 JUSTIFICATION OF STUDY 3.CHAPTER 3 3.

. The graphs and charts which are shows about leave benefits is the real justification of my study i:e the project work is done by me is the genuine & sincere work & the matter enclosed has not been submitted for the award of my other degree or diploma in the university. and real thinking & the real perception of employee that what they feel about leave benefits to justify my project.work done by me & the matter / data which are collected by me is full of real ideas. One can also define research as a scientific and systematic search. Research is an art of scientific investigation. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY INTRODUCTION : Research is a common parlance refers to a search for knowledge. I have used questionnaire for getting true & real information through survey methods.

The systematic approach concerning generalization and the formulation of a theory is also research. organising and evaluating data. analyzing the facts and reaching certain conclusions either in the form of solutions towards the concerned problem or in certain generalizations for some theoretical formulation. Research is an academic activity and as such the term should be used in a technical sense. The search for knowledge through objective and systematic method of finding solution to a DEFINITION OF RESEARCH METHODOLOGY According of Clifford Woody : “Research Methodology comprises defining and redefining problems. formulating a hypothesis.” Redman and Mary define research as a “systematized effort to gain new knowledge.” Some people consider research as a movement. and at last . problem is research. collecting. formulating hypothesis or suggested solutions. making deductions and reaching conclusions. As such the term ‘research’ refers to the systematic method consisting of enunciating the problem. It is the pursuit of truth with the help of study. Research is an original contribution to the existing stock of knowledge making for its advancement. observation.The Advanced Learner’s Dictionary of Current English lays down the meaning of research as “a careful investigation or inquiry specially through search for new facts in any branch of knowledge. comparison and experiment. collecting the facts or data. a movement from the known to the unknown.

concepts or symbols for the purpose of generalizing to extend. situation or a group. ii) To portray accurately the characteristics of a particular individual. The main aim of research is to find out the truth which is hidden and which has not been discovered as yet. The major purpose of descriptive research is description of the state of affairs as it exists at present.” OBJECTIVES OF RESEARCH METHODOLOGY The purpose of research is to discover answers to questions through the application of scientific procedures. correct or verify knowledge. Analytical Research : Descriptive research includes surveys and fact finding enquiries of different kinds. iii) To determine the frequency with which something occurs or with which it is associated with something else. iv) To test a hypothesis of a causal relationship between variables. TYPES OF RESEARCH i) Descriptive Research vs. In analytical . “The manipulation of things. i) To gain familiarity with a phenomenon or to achieve new insights into it.carefully testing the conclusions to determine whether they fit the formulating hypothesis.” According to D. Slesinger and M. whether that knowledge aids in construction of theory or in the practice of an art. Stephenson in the Encyclopedia of Social Sciences define research as.

e. Fundamental Research : Applied research aims at finding a solution for an immediate problem facing a society or an industrial/business organization. phenomena relating to or involving quality or kind. v) Some other Types of Research : All other types of research are variations of one or more of the above stated approaches. iv) Conceptual Research vs. based on either the purpose of research. Empirical Research: Conceptual research is that related to some abstract idea(s) or theory. It is applicable to phenomena that can be expressed in terms of quantity.research the researcher has to use facts or information’s already available. and analyses these to make a critical evaluation of material. empirical research relies on experience or observation alone. is concerned with qualitative phenomenon. or the environment in which research is done. Research either as one-time research or longitudinal research. Quantitative research. RESEARCH METHODS VERSES METHODOLOGY It seems appropriate at this juncture to explain the different between research methods and research methodology. ii) Applied Research vs. On the other hand. or on the basis of some other similar factor. or the time required to accomplish research. on the other hand. often without due regard for system and theory. It is generally used by philosophers and thinkers to develop new concepts or to reinterpret existing ones. iii) Quantitative Research vs. Qualitative Research : Quantitative research is based on the measurement of quantity or amount. Research methods may be understood as all those methods/techniques that are used for conduction of . whereas fundamental research is mainly concerned with generalizations and with the formulation of a theory. i.

Research Methodology is a way to systematically solve the research problem.research. windows and ventilators. i. research methods can be put into the following three groups : i) In the first group we include those methods which are concerned with the collection of data. the available data and the unknown aspects of the problem have to be related to each other to make a solution possible. iii) The third group consists of those methods which are used to evaluate the accuracy of the results obtained. He has to . is to arrive at a solution for a given problem. : an architect. It is necessary for the researcher to know not only the research methods/techniques but also the methodology. number and location of doors. All those methods which are used by the researcher during the course of studying his research problem are termed as research methods. This methods will be used where the data already available are not sufficient to arrive at the required solution. ii) The second group consists of those statistical techniques which are used for establishing relationships between the data and the unknowns. Keeping this in view. has to consciously evaluate the basis of his decisions.e. In it we study the various steps that are generally adopted by a researcher in studying his research problem along with the logic behind them. particularly the applied research. he has to evaluate why and on what basis he selects particular size. For e.. who designs a building. uses particular materials and not others and the like.g. Since the object of research. It may be understood as a science of studying how research is done scientifically.

when we talk of research methodology we not only talk of the research methods but also consider the logic behind the methods we use in the context of our research study and explain why we are not using others so that research results are capable of being evaluated either by the researcher himself or by others. ii) The knowledge of research methodology is helpful in various fields such as government or business administration. Thus. IMPORTANCE OF KNOWING HOW METHODOLOGY OF RESEARCH IS DONE ? Importance of knowing the methodology of research or how research is done stems from the following considerations: i) The knowledge of methodology provides good training especially to the new research worker and enables him to do better research. iv) The knowledge of Research Methodology helps the consumer of research results to evaluate them and enables him to take rational decisions. community development and social work where persons are increasingly called upon to evaluate and use research results for action. iii) The knowledge of Research Methodology provides tools to look at things in life objectively. RESEARCH PROCESS .specify very clearly and precisely what decisions he selects and why he selects them so that they can be evaluated by others also.

Information from the customer passes directly to the front line in the first instance.In the research. cycle there is atypical truncation & integration between the company & the customer (a) The customer is interviewed about the truncation (b) The interviewed is processed (c) Than passed to a researcher (d) He reports the findings to the client researcher (e) From there the information is passed to through the management team (f) To the line managers & (g) Then to the front line who takes the necessary action (h) The front line can include those responsible for the communication. Line managers can collect & collate the information from the front line to the identify trends & exceptions to assist & . product design. customer service or sales. (a) The front line can then acts & modify behavior can based on their specific information.

ensure that corrective action is taken. (b). I) PRIMARY DATA: We collect primary data during the course of doing experiments in an experimental research but in case we do research of the descriptive type and . They are as follows: METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION There are two methods of data collection: i) Primary data. there are four major benefits to this approach for the general research. ii) Secondary data. the senior management team can then take an overview of the data collected to determine strategic response to be addressed across the company as a whole (c).

perform surveys obtain primary data either through observation or through direct communication. ii) iii) The problem of observation control is not solved. iii) The researcher can even gather information which could not easily be obtained if he observes in a disinterested fashion. Merits: i) The research is enable to record the natural behaviour of the group. when it serves a formulated research purpose. ii) The researcher can even verify the truth of statements made by informants in the context of questionnaire or schedule. Demerits: i) The observer may lose the objectivity to the extent he participates emotionally. is systematically planned and recorded and is subjected to checks and controls on validity and reliability. It may narrow . .down the researcher’s range of experience. Methods of Collecting Primary Data: 1) Observation Methods: Specially in studies relating to science. It becomes a scientific tool and the method of data collection for the researcher.

Merits : i) There is low cost even when the universe is large and is widely spread . ii) It is headache of supervision and control of interviewers. particularly in case of big enquiries. 3) COLLECTION OF DATA THROUGH QUESTIONNAIRES: This method of data collection is quite popular.II) INTERVIEW METHOD: The interview method of collecting data involves presentation of oralverbal stimuli & reply in terms of oral-verbal responses. Interviewer by his own skill can overcome the resistance. specially when large and widely spread geographical sample is taken. iii) It can be applied to recording verbal answers to various questions. through telephone interviews. iii) It is relatively more-time-consuming. Demerits : i) It is very expensive method. Merits : i) ii) More information and that too in greater depth can be obtained. It is being adopted by private individuals. These method can be used through personal interviews and if possible. private and public organization and even by governments. research workers.

. Published data are available in . Demerits : i) ii) iii) SECONDARY DATA’S: Secondary data means data that are already available i. Demerits : i) Low rate of return of the duly filled in questionnaires. they refer to the data which have already been collected and analyzed by someone else. agencies Not reliable.e.geographically. 4) COLLECTION OF DATA THROUGH SCHEDULES: This method of data collection is very much like the collection o data through questionnaire. Secondary data may either be published data or unpublished data. ii) It is free from the bias of the interviewer iii) Respondents have adequate time to give well thought out answers. iii) This method is likely to be the slowest of all. ii) It can be used only when respondents are educated and cooperating. with little difference which lies in the fact that schedules are being filled in by the enumerators who are specially appointed for the purpose. Merits : i) ii) iii) Done by enumerators Extensive enquiries Population census Very expensive Conducted by govt.

measurement and analysis of data. . The sources of unpublished data are many. it constitutes the blueprint for the collection. A research design is the arrangement of conditions for collection and analysis of data in a manner that aims to combine relevance to the research purpose with economy in procedure. magazines and newspapers. Books. unpublished biographies and autobiographies and also may be available with scholars and research workers. Various publications of foreign Government or of international bodies. when. letters. how much. The research design is the conceptual structure within which research is conducted. banks. trade associations. by what means concerning an inquiry or a research study constitute a research design. stock exchanges etc. c) d) e) Technical and trade journals.a) b) Various publications of the central. they may be found in diaries. where. Reports and publications of various associations connected with business and industry. As such the design includes an outline of what the researcher will do from writing the hypothesis and its operational implications to the final analysis of data. labour bureaus and other public/private individuals and organizations. Characteristics : i) ii) iii) Reliability of data Suitability of data Adequacy of data RESEARCH DESIGN Introduction of Research Design: Decisions regarding what. state and local governments.

(iii) The Strategy shows how the research.Research design is the plan. “A research design is the specification of methods and procedures for acquiring the information needed. DEFINITIONS : According to Green and Tull.” According to Bernard Phillips “The blueprint for the collection. structure.” FEATURES OF RESEARCH DESIGN i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) Identifying the management problem Translating the problem Collecting information Reporting information Analysing information Specification of procedure Information has a value accuracy of information Generation of information Data collection method Measurement approach . (ii) The structure of the research is a more specific outline or the scheme. and strategy of investigation conceived so as to obtain answers to research questions and to control variance. ii) Structure & iii) Strategy (i) The plan is an outline of the research scheme on which the researcher is to work. measurement and analysis of data. The research design consists of three important terms :i) Plan.

.xi) xii) xiii) Object to be measured Data to be analysed Supportive decision making Importance of research design: i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) Dependent and independent variables Extraneous variable Control Confounded relationship Research hypothesis Experimental and non-experimental hypothesis testing research Experimental and control groups Treatments Experiment Experimental units.

1. Why do you need to take leave? Table 4. of respondent Percentage (%) .1 OPTION No.CHAPTER 4 DATA ANALYSIS & INTERPRETATION Q.

45% of them say for unfit. Q. how many days to take leave in a month? Table 4.2.Option Domestic Purpose Unfit Any other please specify Total 30 20 45 5 100 30 20 45 5 100 Information 50 No. 20% of them say for domestic purpose. 5% of them say any other reasons. of respondent 40 30 20 10 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 Option 0 4 5 30 20 Series1 Series2 5 45 Interpretation Out of 100 respondents 30% respondent says that they take leave for festival.2 .

of respondent 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 40 Information 29 17 14 Series1 1days 2days 3days 5days 3days6days above 7 Option Interpretation The above result shows that out of 100 respondent 40% respondent take leave in a month 1 – 2 days.option 1–2 3–5 3–6 Above 7 Total No of respondent 40 29 17 14 100 Percentage (%) 40 29 17 14 100 45 40 No.S. 14% of them take leave in above 7 days.P? . 29% of them take leave in 3-5 days. Q. 17% of them take leave in a 3-6 days .3 Do you satisfy with procedure of B.

OPTION YES SOMETIMES CONFUSED NO TOTAL NO. OF RESPONDENT 64 12 10 14 100 PERCENTAGE (%) 64 12 10 14 100 Information 70 No. 14% of them are not satisfied with leave procedure of B.P Q. Why you prefer Leave Travel Concession? .S. 10% of them are confused.4.S. 12% of them are sometimes satisfied.P. of respondent 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Yes Sometimes Confused No Option 12 10 14 Series1 64 Interpretation The above result shows that out of 100 respondent 64% respondents satisfy with leave procedure of B.

of Respondent 56 30 Percentage 56 30 14 100 Any Other 14 (Please specify ) Total 100 Information 60 No.Table 4. of respondent 50 40 30 20 10 0 For Long Tours For Relaxation Options Any Other 30 14 56 Series1 .4 Option For long time For Relaxation No.

T.Interpretation The above result shows that out of 100 respondent.P leave rules? Table 4. of Respondent 67 Series1 15 10 8 lm os tY A Option S om et im es es N o .5 Do you agree with B.S.5 Option Yes Almost Yes No Sometimes Total No. 56% respondent are prefer L. 20% of them for relaxation .C for long tours. of respondent 67 15 10 8 100 Percentage 67 15 10 8 100 Information 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 es Y No. Q. 20% of them for any other.

Interpretation The above results shows that out of 100 respondents 67% respondents agree with B. response Option .S.6 Option Yes Not Repaired Satisfied No. Response Total No. of Respondent 10 35 20 35 100 Percentage 10 35 20 35 100 Information 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 35 35 No. 15% of them say almost yes.P leave rules. of respondent 20 10 Series1 Yes Not required Satisfied No.6 Do you want to modify the leave rules? Table 4. Q. 10 % of them say no and rest of 8% says sometimes.

20% of them is satisfied with leave rules .7 Option Yes individual No individual Yes Different No Different Total No. of Respondent 44 25 15 16 100 Percentage 44 25 15 16 100 Information 50 No. of Respondent 40 30 20 10 0 Yes Individual No individual Yes Different No Different 25 15 16 Series1 44 Option Interpretation . 35% of them don’t give any response. Q.Interpretation The above result shows that out of 100 respondent 10% respondents want to modify the leave rules .7 Does the leave is sanctioned in individual department or makes a different department? Table 4. 35% of them say the modify is not required .

8 option YES NO Total No. of respondents 78 22 100 Percentage (%) 78 22 100 OPINION 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 NO. 25 % say that no individual department . 15% say that different department is sanctioned for leave rules.The above result shows that out of 100 respondent 44% respondent say the leave is sanctioned in an individual department. OF RESPONDENT 78 Series1 22 YES OPTION NO INTERPRETATION . 8) Are your leave sanctioned easily? Table 4. 16% of them say that no different department is required.

CHAPTER – 5 FINDINGS .The above result shows that the out of 100 respondents 78% of the respondent says that the leave sanctioned easily & 22% of them says that the leave is not sanctioned easily.

Findings 1) At B.T.S.S.S. 2) Usually employees of B. 5) As most of the employees are satisfied with leave rules so they do not need any modification in leave rules and procedure 6) The leaves of employees are sanctioned at their individual department easily. 3) Employees of B.P mostly employees are taking leave as they are unfit. .P employees prefer L.P are satisfied with leave procedure and leave Rules 4) More than half of B.P take leave for 1 to 2 days in a month.S.C for long tour.


C procedure should be made for more Flexible so that all employees can avail the facility easily. . Even unfit employees are more assigned the duties. 3) Researchers find that leave should be sanctioned to the employees during Election period.T. 2) Researcher suggests that L.Suggestions 1) Researcher finds that employees should be sanctioned leave easily as they Get motivated to work better.

national holidays etc. such as in festival time. outside vacation.S. Concluding the research we can easily specify that the leave provided by the BSP is very effective for their employees. after a hard work in plant. . Encashment is one of the most important motivated for the employees because they exchange their holidays in terms of money which encourages the employee for doing more and more work. This changes the mind of the employee and he can enjoy with his family. Company provides their employees special tour packages like Andaman and Nicobar etc. its company responsibility to give them a proper leave to his employees. Every employees wants to spend his free time with is family after the 8 hours of working so.P gives leave to his employees from time to time. due to illness. B.CONCLUSION The success of any company depends upon the mentality of employees of the company.




Response Q.7 Does the leave is sanctioned in individual department or makes a different department? a)Yes individual b)No individual c)Yes Different Q.3 Do you satisfy with procedure of B.S. Why you prefer Leave Travel Concession? a)For long time b)For Relaxation c)Any Other (PLEASE SPECIFY)-----------------Q.6 Do you want to modify the leave rules? a)Yes b)Not Repaired c)Satisfied d)No.8 Are your leave sanctioned easily? d)No Different . Why do you need to take leave? a)Option b)Domestic Purpose c)Unfit d)Any other please specify--------- Q. Q.P leave rules? a)Yes b)Almost Yes c)No d)Sometimes Q.P? a)YES b)SOMETIMES c)CONFUSED d)NO Q. how many days to take leave in a month? a)1 – 2 b)3 – 5 c)3 – 6 d)Above 7 Q.5 Do you agree with B.1.S.2.QUESTIONNAIRE FOR REPORT ON LEAVE BENEFITS AND RULES WITH REFERENCE TO BHILAI STEEL PLANT.4.

a)YES b)NO PERSONAL PROFILE:NAME ----------------------------------------------------------------------DESIGNATION ------------------------------------------------------------------------ .

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