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M.B.A. III Sem.


Title page Certificate issued by the organization providing training Acknowledgment Declaration Preface CHAPTER 1: Company Profile IGL Businesses Export Customer focus Product of IGL Board of director Management Team Vision and Mision Safety, health and environment Corporate social responsibility Milesstone Awards Research Methodology

CHAPTER 2: Recruitment Recruitment process in IGL Factor affecting recruitment process HR Objective Selection CHAPTER 3:- Recruitment & selection policy Objective of the policy CHAPTER 4:- Scope CHAPTER 5:- Process Guideline Job Authorization Job Analysis Channel medium Selection Decision CHAPTER 6:- Bibliography




I would like to thank first of god to complete my project without any interventions. Next to INDIA GLYCOL LTD. KASHIPUR for giving me this opportunity to do my summer training project there. The employee and the staff had very supportive and have helped me in every possible way to finish the Project. I would like to special thanks Mr. Devrajan who is as senior manager HRD in IGL (KASHIPUR) for guiding me and spending time with me on this project. I thank them for sharing all kinds of human resource information related to recruitment and selection with me and providing me with support material from library. This project has helped me clearing human resource fundamental and has taught me some very important concept about recruitment and selection process in industries, which no book could have given me Training at IGL was very good, learning experience for my professional career and it will always help me in the future.

I would also like to thank my parents, brothers, friends, and well wisher who contributed and encourage me in development of this project.


(Sumit Kumar Varshney)

I SUMIT KUMAR VARSHNEY hereby declare that this project report entitled RECRUITMENT&SELECTION for the fulfillment of the award of the degree of Master in Business Administration of Gautam Budh Technical University Lucknow is based on my work during the summer training in the INDIA GLYCOLS LTD.,KASHIPUR.The project embodies the result of original work and studies carried out by me and the contents of the project do not form the basis for the award of any other degree to me or to anybody else.


(Sumit Kumar Varshney)

With the help of this project I have come to know that mere knowledge is not enough to understand the human behavior and the how the company recruit and search talent to perform the job in their organization. The summer training project has helped me to understand a few very important concepts that in todays world are required and make business do well.

Education imparts enlightenment but training polishes the personalities of an individual. The Institute directed me to undertake summer training project in IGL, KASHIPUR and prepare a report.

The company was incorporated on 19.11.1983 as U.P. GLYCOLS LIMTIED. It was renamed as India glycols limited on 28.08.1986. It started its commercial production of MEG in April 1989, Ethoxylates in July 1995, Formulation/specialty chemicals on September 1997, Glycols Ether in August 2001 and the industrial gasses in December 2005. The Bottling Plant started dispatches in April 2002. The cane crushing unit started production in November 2005. The commercial production in the Distilleries at Gorakhpur started in March 2006. The commercial production of Ennature Biopharma (Herbal unit) at Dehradun has started in 2009. India Glycols is a leading company that manufactures green technology based bulk, specialty and performance chemicals and natural gums, spirits, industrial gases, sugar and nutraceuticals. The company was established as a single mono-ethylene glycol plant in 1983. Since then, IGL has brought together cutting-edge technology, innovation and an unflagging commitment to quality, to manufacture a wide range of products that have found global demand. IGLs state-of-the-art, integrated facilities manufacture chemicals including glycols, ethoxylates, glycol ethers and acetates, and various performance chemicals. Its product range spans the chemicals, spirits, herbal and other phytochemical extracts and guar gum, industrial gases and realty sectors, and finds application across an increasing number of industries.These products are manufactured in compliance with stringent global standards of plant operations, quality and safety. The companys facilities have been approved and certified by international agencies including Det Norske Veritas (DNV). The operations at all plants are closely monitored through distributed control systems (DCS), which facilitate a high degree of control over the quality of products.

Herring IGLs flagship chemicals division started out with a path-breaking green approach to manufacturing ethylene oxide and derivatives. Using the molasses-ethyl alcohol-ethylene 'green route', the company is the only one of its kind in the world. With the emphasis now increasingly shifting to green manufacturing, the chemical division is well poised to meet the industrys need for environmentally responsible products and production techniques. Keeping in mind the critical dependence on agricultural feedstock, the company has taken up several initiatives including backward integration into sugar manufacturing to ensure seamless raw material availability. Other complementary initiatives include co-opting the cane growing community to ensure cane availability while providing adequate returns to the farmer.Apart from chemicals, India Glycols has a significant presence in the natural active pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals space with Ennature Biopharma; a wellestablished natural gum division manufacturing guar gum and a variety of derivatives; a spirits division that manufactures country and Indian-made foreign liquor alto the highest quality standards; and Shakumbari Sugar a well-established player in the Indian sugar industry.

EXPORTSIGL has traditionally looked to leverage the export potential of its products. The company has therefore initiated the process of aligning to emerging global trends and has established facilities and operations that are in compliance with global good manufacturing practices.

The company strives to achieve excellence through proactively addressing customer needs and requirements. Integral to this approach is the identification and development of customised products backed by research and development support. IGL's R&D function is not only driven by organisational needs, but more importantly by customer needs. Its R&D centre employs state-of-the-art equipment that empowers IGL scientists and engineers to consistently deliver customised solutions that meet, and at times, even exceed customer expectations




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INDIA GLYCOLS LTD (IGL) is Delhi based company which manufactures industrial chemicals- particularly derivatives of ethylene oxide and mono ethylene glycol. (MEG)- From molasses. The company is aggressively expanding its manufacturing capacity and diversifying its product portfolio. Since the benefits of these investment projects will start accruing in current financial year, investors with a horizon of 2-3 years can consider this STO.

India Glycols Limited is a professionally managed public limited company with Mr US Bhartia leading the business operations. The companys board of directors comprises: Mr US Bhartia Ms Jayshree Bhartia Mr RC Misra Mr Pradip Kumar Khaitan Mr Autar Krishna Mr Jagmohan N Kejriwal Mr MK Rao Mr Ravi Jhunjhunwala Mr Jitender Balakrishnan

India Glycols has a dynamic team of well-qualified and experienced professionals at its helm. Drawn from diverse streams including finance, engineering, marketing and management, the team provides key management, technical and other skills required for successful day-to-day business operations. Leading the company is:

Mr Rakesh Bhartia, Chief Executive Officer Mr Anand Singhal, Chief Financial Officer Mr R Pabi, President - Marketing Mr IB Lal, President - Spirits division Dr Shyamal Purkayastha, President - Natural Gums Division Mr Manoj Pahwa, President - Ennature Biopharma Mr JD Kumar, Head - Technology Mr VP Garg, Head - Projects and Purchase Mr RS Yadav, Head - Human Resources Dr GBS Reddy, Head - Operations and R&D, Dr BK Mishra, Head - R&D Mr Lalit Kumar Sharma, Head - Legal and Company Secret. Mr KK Lal , Head Engineering


VisionTo be one of the most respected and innovative manufacturers of internationally sustainable products derived from natural, green or renewable resources, which add value and continuous growth to all stakeholders and the society at large.

MissionTo manufacture and promote products, with concern for the environment and the wellness of people across the globe, by deriving those from renewable, natural, agro and waste feed stock And to achieve this mission by deploying safe, eco-friendly and cost-effective processes and technologies.

SAFETY HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTThe safety and health of every IGL employee and preservation of the environment is an integral part of the company's corporate policy. By investing in elaborate safety measures, the company ensures that its employees are assured a safe working environment and that the company's ecological footprint is minimal.


IGL has set up a number of systems to ensure the safety of the company's plants and personnel. As always, the first line of defense remains prevention. Systems and operations are therefore designed to prevent the smallest of mishaps that could lead to accidents. As a part of the safety protocol, IGL has laid down strict safety norms that employees, irrespective of their position in the organization, have to follow. The success of this elementary measure is reflected in the company's excellent safety track record and the number of awards bestowed by national and international organizations in recognition of the safe working environment IGL has been able to secure for its employees. Additionally, the following measures have been taken to continually monitor safety processes: A Central Safety Committee to review and upgrade safe working practices has been set up. An emergency management plan is in place. Systems have been set up to record and report any accident. All reported incidents are thoroughly investigated and corrective action taken for preventing similar occurrences in the future. Provision of appropriate protective equipment and gear with usage being strictly monitored to ensure safety. Regular safety training programmers are conducted to train employees. Various incentive schemes that serve to motivate employees to follow safe working practices are in operation. The company maintains its own fire station, fully equipped with fire tenders, modern communication facilities and an elaborate auto fire hydrant system, deluge systems, MVWS systems, and fixed foam systems, in addition to other equipment operated by trained experts. Live fire training drills are periodically organized to provide hands-on training and create confidence among employees.

At IGL, employee health is a paramount consideration. The company has a medical centre at the factory with basic amenities and qualified and experienced medical and paramedical staff in attendance at all times to meet any contingency. An ambulance is also available. All employees are required to undergo annual medical check-ups for the timely diagnosis of health problems. The company also offers a medic aim policy that provides for healthcare expenses and other benefits to employees and their family members.


IGL believes in the principles of good corporate citizenship that mandate the active contribution of companies towards preserving the environment. Accordingly, IGL has incorporated in its operations systems to ensure minimal environmental impact. The company has made substantial capital investments to ensure proper treatment of generated effluents to meet all relevant regulatory requirements. Additionally, the company has undertaken the following initiatives: A fertile-irrigation project, which has generated an enthusiastic response from farmers. A bio-composting facility to produce natural manure. Farmers use the bio-compost as an environmentally friendly substitute to chemical fertilizers. IGL has also developed a green belt around its factory where approximately 65,000 trees of various species have been planted. The company also achieved zero discharge from its ethanol plants by adopting fertile-irrigation, bio-composting, RO and concentration followed by incineration, to conserve fossil fuel. The company is also actively working on various projects targeted towards developing a Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).

Set up in 1983, India Glycols has come a long way in establishing itself as a leading chemicals manufacturer. Here are some of the key milestones the company has achieved along its journey:

1983 Incorporated on 19th November 1983, as UP Glycols Limited. 1986 Renamed as India Glycols Limited on 28th August 1986. 1989 Commercial production commenced at MEG plant from 25th April 1989: capacity, 20,000MTPA. 1994 Commissioning of 13,000MTPA EO purification plant. Commissioning of 20,000MTPA ethoxylate plant. 1995 De-bottlenecking of MEG facility (20,000 to 25,000 MTPA). 1997 Commissioning of 10,000MTPA formulation plant. 1998 De-bottlenecking of MEG facility (25,000 to 30,000 MTPA). Commissioning of 6,000MTPA sulphation plant.

1999 Commissioning of 85,000 BL PD new continuous process distilleries. De-bottlenecking of MEG facility (30,000 to 33,000 MTPA). Increase in power generation capacity (6 to 18 MW). 2001 Commissioning of glycol ether plant. Commissioning of guar gum facility, 12,000MTPA capacity. 2002 Commissioning of bottling plant. Expansion of MEG plant to 60,000MTPA. 2003 Addition of GE acetate facility. Commissioning of ENA plant. 2005 Expansion of MEG production to 1 lakh MTPA. Commissioning of ASU - III. Commissioning of RAB unit. 2006 Commissioning of Gorakhpur unit. 2007

Acquisition of Shakumbhari Sugar.

2008 Commissioning of CO2 plant. Expansion Of MEG plant to 200,000MTPA. 2009 Commissioning of Ennature Biopharma, Dehradun. Commissioning of DEGEE acetate plant. Expansion of formulation plant - CABS. Expansion of ethoxylate plant (stirred reactor). 2010 The Biomass based Cogeneration Project at Gorakhpur registered under CDM project by UNFCCC.

1991 National Safety Award for meritorious performance in industrial safety, in achieving longest accident-free period National Safety Award for outstanding performance in industrial safety as runner up in achieving lowest average frequency rate Organisation 1992 Award of Merit for operating 27, 55,364 employee hours without occupational injury or illness Organisation 1997 Award for Best Project/Entrepreneur in the biomethanation sector. Organisation 1998 Safety Award in recognition and commendation of services rendered to the cause of safety Organisation, British Safety Council, and UK 1999 Safety Award in recognition and commendation of services rendered to the cause of safety Organisation 2000 Safety Award in recognition and commendation of services rendered to the cause of safety Organisation 2001 British Safety Council, UK British Safety Council, UK Ireda National Safety Council, USA Ministry of Labour, Government of India

Safety Award in recognition and commendation of services rendered to the cause of safety Organisation 2002 Safety Award in recognition and commendation of services rendered to the cause of safety National Safety Award for outstanding performance in industrial safety, in achieving longest accident-free period. Perfect Record Award for operating 7,208,784 employee hours without occupational injury or illness Organisations British Safety Council, UK Ministry of Labour, Government of India National Safety Council, USA 2004 Best Performing Power Plant International Safety Award in recognition of proven track record of maintaining excellent safety standards. Organisations Wartsila British Safety Council, UK 2005 International Safety Award in recognition and commendation of services rendered to the cause of safety. Organisation 2008 Best Quality ENA Award in recognition of quality ENA production. Best Enhanced Performance for enhanced performance in exports, northern region Organisations CiabConcor British Safety Council, UK British Safety Council, UK

In everyday life human being has to face many problems viz. social, economical, financial problems. These problems in life call for acceptable and effective solutions and for this purpose, research is required and a methodology applied for the solutions can be found out. Research was carried out at AVIVA LIFE INSURANCE Pvt .Ltd to find out the Recruitment and selection process.


Primary data was collected through survey method by distributing questionnaires to branch manager and other sales manager. The questionnaires were carefully designed by taking into account the parameters of my study.

Secondary Data:
Data was collected from books, magazines, web sites, going through the records of the organisation, etc. It is the data which has been collected by individual or someone else for the purpose of other than those of our particular research study. Or in other words we can say that secondary data is the data used previously for the analysis and the results are undertaken for the next process