COMPANY PROFILE

HISTORY OF SUGAR
Sugar the most important Agro based industry of India has its marked place in the
country’s economy. The reforms under the liberalization policies of Government of
India are fast taking place and changing the industrial sense in the country. However it
appears that the winds of liberalization and deregulation which are blowing presently
through other industrial sectors have by passed the sugar industry. Moreover Indian had
spread over mainly in rural areas; as such major share of benefit should flow towards
rural population. Besides, present position of the industry is Shakthi’s. The policy of
supporting farming economy by only increasing sugarcane prices will ultimately raise
the sugar cost, so emphasis had to be towards cane development both by yield and
quality. So at this juncture it would be appropriate for Government to consider, if not
foil liberalization at least partial by eliminating some of the undesirable constrains
which help the industry in the changing environment when India needs to increase its
foreign earnings in the world market.
INDIAN SUGAR INDUSTRY
India is the largest consumer of sugar in the world and the Indian sugar industry is
the second largest agro-industry located in rural India.
With 453 operating sugar mills in different parts of the country, having a capacity of
3,500 tons per day, the India sugar industry has been a focal point for socio-economic
development in the rural areas. The industry not only generates power for its own
requirement but surplus power for export to the grid based on by product bagasse. It
also produces ethanol, an Eco-friendly and renewable energy for blending with petrol.
The government’s de-licensing of the sugar sector in August 1993, removing the
restrictions on expansion of existing capacity as well as on establishment of new units
had contributed much to the industry’s growth.
The area under sugar too had increased from 2.67 million hectares in 190-81
producing 154 million tons, to 4.36 million hectares in 2002-03 production 282 million
tons.
However, the last two years saw a decline in area under sugarcane and also quantity
produced due to various reasons leading to a rise in sugar prices.
The Indian sugar industry had always been highly regulated by the way of

requirement of a license for setting up or the expanding of a sugar factory restriction
and control on the sale and dispatches of sugar, Fixation of statutory minimum cane
price payable, fixation of levy sugar price, restriction on import and export, restriction
on stock holdings and so forth. With the government decision to liberalize the economy
since 1991, some of restrictions were removed.
INTERNATIONAL STATUS:
The consumption of sugar in Asian countries is increasing as a direct result of
lower sugar prices and free availability. During the 25- year period from 1970-71 to
1995-96, Asia recorded an impressive increase of 27.7 million tons in sugar
consumption, up from 17.5 to 45.2 million tons.
Exclusive of the Asian region, in the rest of the world, the growth in consumption
had been of the order of merely 17 million tons during 1970-71 to 1995-96, reflecting a
CAGAR of only 1.06 percent or about 30 percent of the consumption growth rate
recorded for Asia. Among the Asian countries, in absolute terms, the increase in
consumption in the above period had been the highest in India at around 10.1 million
tons followed by China at 4,9 million tons, Pakistan at 2.2 million tons and Thailand at
1.2 million tons. The highest per capita annual growth in consumption was recorded in
Thailand and Pakistan at 13 percent each followed by India at 9 percent and China at
5.9 percent.
In the 30-year period from 1971 to 2001, there was a quantum jump in Asian
production by almost 400 percent from 13.5 million tons to 51 million tons, reflecting a
CAGAR of 4.4 percent. In the rest of world, during the same period, a much smaller
increase on only 1.34 percent was registered from 60 million tons to 84 million tons.
GENERAL INTRODUCATION ABOUT SHAKTHI GROUPS
It is one of the fastest growing business groups in South India. Its many
successful member companies play a significant role in the economic and social
development of south India. The group has been growing fast under the vision of its
chairman Dr.N. Mahalingam, also known as “Arutchelvar”.
The Shakhty group is one of the largest producers of sugar in the country. It has
also diversified interests in industrial Alcohol, Effluent Treatment Plants, Cast Iron
Foundry, Textiles, Transport, Finance, Soya products etc. As a dutiful corporate citizen,
the group has set up many educational and charitable institutions, hospitals and
religious centers.
SHAKTHI GROUP

ABT Parcel Service Shankthi Finance 4 Units Tamilnadu Bhagavatih Textiles Sugar Unit Sri Chamundeshwari Sugars Pvt. Ltd Bharathinagar Karnataka Tea Plantation Distillery & Others 2 Units in Orissa .

BACK GROUND AND INCEPTION OF THE COMPANY SCS Ltd is one of the most leading companies of Shakhty groups. SCS sugars school dispensary. The company under the leadership of Dr.M. The company had imported and successfully installed hydraulic drives to the mills.22 acres of land. In the year 1994 the cane crushing capacity was increased to 4000 tons with manpower of 700 employees. molasses storage tanks. The factory premises have 86. professionally managed. besides it vigorouslyconcentrates as rural development by improving economic and social standard of the people in rural area as an education. and most of them are agro-based units. It had tremendous impact. In the year 1980 the cane crushing capacity was changed to 2500 tons per day with manpower of about 450 and again it was increased to 3000 tons per day in 1989. effluent treatment plant. The group is upcoming in Karnataka & Tamilnadu Sri Chamundeshwari sugars limited are the company under the group Shakthi sugars limited. management office. garden. The company has one of the advanced auto setting. which is being cultivated by around 14.000 farmers over 18. The company started in 1974 with a crushing capacity of 1250 tons with manpower of 300 employees. Mandya District. cultural modernizations and employment. juice sulphiters. Shakthi group’s main objectives is to earn profit. cane office. milling tandem for extraction of juice from sugar cane. bio-gas plant.000 acres of land around 25 Km radius of the factory site. guest house and 20 acres of land to undertake research and development activity. infrastructure facility. the group owns 25 units. In 2009-10 the cane crushing capacity was increased to 4. accounts office. Except 3 (distillery and finance corporation). The company has engaged around 615 employees to carry out its daily activity.45 lakh MTS with man power of 1000 employees. continuous pans for grade ‘A’ . cane yard weigh bridge. The latest technological advancement is continuously being installed to modernize the plant.Doddi). The company is a leading. In the premises there is a sugar unit. distillery unit. private limited company engaged in production of white plantation cane sugar. In the year 2008 the cane crushing capacity was increased to 6000 tons with manpower of 860 employees. The company had also installed auto controllers at cane carriers. sugar gowdon. The main raw material for the company is Sugarcane.N. chairman and founder established the company in June 1974 at Bharathinagar (K. Mahalingam.

E M. Therefore the cane availability is very high in the month of April and May. In Math’s & Statistics. Currently. Agriculture Industry: Sugar industry is mainly depends upon the Agriculture. This is purely a manufacturing company of fine quality of white crystal sugar with 3 grades. M30 & PPm.S. Dr.A) Experience in business over 20 years 3. Mandya district is situated in southern dry zone with moderate temperature and humidity.Sc. Every year approximately 8 to 8.B. because of the crops.A Experience inbusiness 4. It also installed high tech automatic condensing and cooling systems with resulted 50% power saving. Due to this reason sugar cultivation starts between the months June to August of every year.boiling. Factory coding No.Srinivasan (Promoter) by qualification Managing Director B.28101. Sometime sugar industry may face the non-availability of raw material. Bangalore-560042.M. Due to this reason sugar industry production is vary from year to year. Sri. Sri..A (U. BOARD OF DIRECTORS SlNo Name of Directors Status Experience 1.Manickam (promoter) Director Industrialists.5 lakes Tons of cane is been crushed. sugar cane is the main raw material for the manufacturing of sugar.76. S30. Industrialists. Basically sugar cane harvesting starts after 9-10 months. in Masters degree in .B. Seasonal Crop: Basically sugar industry highly depends on sugar cane.M. Engineer N Mahalingam (Promoter) 2. Therefore. M. and planetary gear boxes. Low production. Ulsoor Road. the sugar division has a crushing of 10 lakes tone per annum Sri Chamundeshwari sugar industry having its registered office at the No. these sugar factory activities are depended on agriculture. Rainfall various from 760 mm to 880 mm. Director over 20 years of sugar industry. NATURE OF BUSINESS CARRIED. M. Sri. failure of monsoon etc. Chairman Industrialist.

Sri. V.N. Swaminathan (Independent) Director(Independe (Business) K. A.A.B. Prakash Director managing various Business B. of over 15 5. . Sri (Independent) Director Advocate in Practice 7.M. Arjunaraj nt) Director Chartered Accountant (Independent) ORGANIZATONAL STRUCTURE CHAIRMAN EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN EXECUTIVE VICE CHAIRMAN VICE CHAIRMAN SENIOR GENERAL MANAGER GENERAL MANAGER ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT FINANCE DEPARTMENT MARKETING DEPARTMENT HP DEPARTMEN T Manager Manager Deputy Manager Manager Deputy Manager Manager Deputy Manager Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Deputy Manager Senior Assistant Senior Officer Senior Officer Senior Officer Senior Officer Assistant Assistant Assistant Officer Officer Officer BRIEF DESCRIPTION PROCESS OF PLANTATION SUGAR Assistant Officer The process of manufacturing white sugar from sugar cane is briefly described as below. Kalyanasundaram Director(Independe industries with management vibration Technologist 10. Selvakumar Director(Independe PhD. Advocate) Sri. (Engineering) Experience of over nt) 20 years in managing engineering 9. Sri K.A years in nt) 8.A Experience over 13 years 6. Dr. Sri.V Ramani (Senior M. Balasubramaniam Finance (Promoter) & Experience Commerce.K.

DC motors of 200 HP for the IST mill independently drive rollers of the T. Leveler and Faradizer. designed with FOSTER WHEELER design bridurm. having the capacity of 20 M. the Donnelley chutes are provided in all mills. The 1 st mill is driven by D. the heating surface of the boiler is 10’645 Sq.T/HR. the cane is prepared in such a way that the squeezing is made easier with less power consumption. The cane is passed through the cane preparatory devices called Kicker. the cane from Lorries and tractors are unloaded into the carries with the help of mechanical cane unloads and it travels through the cane preparatory devices. Out of which 20nos. backpressure type steam turbines coupled to alternators.P. The phosphate and sulphiters . Each mill has three rollers to extract the juice and two T. The electricity generated from our own powerhouse is used for operating the electrical equipments in the factory.R. Cane Preparatory Devices: For maximum extraction of juices and increased handling capacity at the milling station. The heated juice with milk of lime and So2 gas. motor with planetary gearbox.R. Steam Generation: The bagasse from the mills is used in Boilers to generate steam with 21-kg/cm2 pressures and 350C temperature.Cane Feeding: After weighing.W capacity. Juice Clarification The juice extracted from the mills is weighed and heated up to 70C in the juice heaters. inclined water.C.W capacity and I no having 2000 K.F rollers. the boilers are with auto control system. Out of which 2 No’s are WIL make having the steam generation capacity of 45 M.P.M. and one no is ISGEC-JOHN THOMSON make.P. The 3rd and 5th mill are driven latest hydraulic drives and 2nd and 4th mill are driven by D. are having the capacity of 2500K.F rollers to feed the cane. Power Generation: The steam generated is used for driving the steam tubes coupled to alternators. The factory has three boilers. Motors with conventional system.cooled gate furnace. Cane Milling: A milling tandem consisting of five mills. There are three nos. To create a positive head to the T.C.R.T/HR. Ft. air preheated and hearing surface of 1640 Sq.F system DC Motors of 150HP drive the rest. The bagasse is conveyed through rake type carries from one mill to others.

Bricks is taken in to evaporator bodies in series and is boiled using Exhaust steam in pressure bodies and using vapors in subsequent bodies that should be under vacuum. The So2 from the gas react with Ca0 from the lime to from Calcium sulphiters & Calcium tri phosphate. The B&C Massecuiote are cured using continuous machines. Bricks. Of auto weighing scale attached to sugar Bins. which is of about 55-60 deg. 2% and 006% on cane. which is used for further process.T holding capacity to store and cool the masscuite for maximum exhaustion of molasses.T/jr capacities and sugar is graded and stored in Sugar Bins for bagging. The lime and Sculpture consumption are 0. Sugar Weighment & Storage: There are 3 No’s. Evaporator There are seven vessels in series calle Evaporators to remove water from juice. The A-Massecuiote is cured using 3 No’s of fully automatic batch machines having 1250 Kg per charge. There are two sulphur burners to produce So2 gas each having Sulphur burning capacity of 100& 140Kg/Hr. Centrifugation: The associates with sugar crystals and mother liquor are cured in centrifugal machines to separate the sugar crystals and molasses. Brown Sugar: It also called Golden Yellow Sugar White moist granulated sugar blended with small quantities of pure sugars syrups selected for clout and taste can also be produced boiling refinery cane syrups until brown crystals from used in backed goods. meat . crystallizers each of 55 M. The above reaction time of juice in the juice Sulphitation vessel is 6 to 8 minutes.in the juice react with the Ca0 in lime to from calcium tri phosphate and Calcium sulphiters respectively. Sugar Drying & Grading: The sugar from the A-Massecuiote is dried in Multi Tray Hoppers of 20 M. it produces Two types of sugars are as follows. Crystallizes: There are 16 Nos. PRODUCT PROFILE: The company main product is sugar. The clear juice having 14 to 15 deg. which are preset to get 100/50 Kg Net sugar bags are stitched and are conveyed to God own for stacking. About 75% of water is removed and the resultant liquid is called syrup.

brown sugar crystals (the color being due to presence of impurities) obtained from the evaporation of clarified sugar cane juices imported for procession into refined sugar. it able to generate 8 t 10% of surplus bagasse by implementing steam and power saving devices with the completion of the in-house co-generation plant project. Phosphorous and Potassium. C. Raw sugar: In the form of dry.5% The entire quantity of molasses produced will be used for captive consumption our distillery. Press mud: Press mud. the solid waste form sugar cane. phosphorous and Potassium .glazes. the solid waste form sugar cane. b. Distillery: Press mud. At present. Press mud is utilized to produce the bio manure by composting with spent wash. The yield of molasses per ton of cane will be in the range 4 to 4. Generate steam and power to meet out requirements of factory independently by making use of the bagasse. BY PRODUCTS OF SUGAR MANUFACTURE: a.Press mud is utilized to produce the bio manure by composting with spent wash. a liquid waste from distillery. is rich in organic compounds like Nitrogen. This product is not sold to consumers because it does not meet Canadian standards for health and hygiene. the surplus bagasse will be used for generating captive power. . a liquid waste from distillery. c. Bagasse: Bagasse is the fibrous material from the sugar cane after extraction the juice. and condiments. is rich in organic compounds like Nitrogen. Molasses: Molasses is the byproduct separated from ‘C’ grade sugar during the centrifuging of sugar crystals.

 Employee centric: To give ample opportunities to the employees for their career growth and knowledge acquisition. use of raw materials and components. exceptional financial performance to our share holders and complete satisfaction to can-growers. Quality policy: The SCS Ltd assures if its precuts by ensuring strict compliance with the approval standards and documents systems. . by adopting latest technological developments.  Value to Shareholders : To maximize returns to the shareholders y continuously adding to byproducts and diversification.VISION. deliver value to our customers. We also dedicated to deliver overall value to our customers.  Eco-friendly approach: To operate the plants in an environment friendly manner y meeting the regulation and requirements and imparting environmental awareness to all the village people and staff. employees and stake holders. as also proper keep of machinery.  Commitment to Farmers: To deal with the farmers in a fully open and transparent manner and give them correct and fair valuation for their raw material & facilitate community development to the best advantage of the rural people. MISSION AND QUALITY POLICY Vision: To improve the conditions of the farming community and help overall growth and socio-economic development of the rural class living in areas surrounding the factory. delivering high quality products. thus aiming at upliftment of the society. Mission:  Quality & Technology: To produce high quality products in the most efficient way.

There is more competition mainly through supply of Sugar cane Company set a proper equivalent price to the sugarcane to attract more customers and make good relation with the customers through cash settlement for Sugarcane purchases. COMPETITORS INFORMATION The company has many competitors in different places around the area.. Bannari Amman Sugar Ltd. Strict adherence to specification with emphasis on consistent quality in all areas of operations 4. 1.C. Adopting stringent quality control at various process of manufacturing 3. 2. The competitors of the company as follows.Company’s quality policy includes 1. The Quality management system is designed to meet the requirement of the international standard for each and every order it is been into consideration. 5. Karnataka 3. Mysore Sugar Company Ltd. The company has many competitors in different places around there area.. economy etc. Mandya 3. The company has 42. and the main competitors are: 1.9 % of the equity shareholder’s funds and 52. Karnataka 7. 2. The Godavari Sugar Mills Ltd. Mallaiaha Sugar Company Ltd.. Tamilnadu 6. Gangavathi Sugar Ltd.. and the main competitors are from my sugar Company Ltd. Karnataka 2. Karnataka 5. Davanagere Sugars Company Ltd. OWNERSHIP PATTERN The Chamundeshwari Sugar Ltd.. Shamunur Sugars & Ltd. Selecting the right kind of raw material and accessories.. Tamilnadu .9% of the capital are held by through secured loans and remaining 4. design.2% capital held through unsecured loan. Sri Renuka Sugars Ltd. And Sri A C Mallyya Sugar Company Ltd. is Private Sector Company.. Product design to fully meet customer requirements including quality. Koppa. Karnataka 4. Planning Program for acquiring samples in order to endure standard quality. Jagary Manufactures. The My sugar Company Ltd. Sri S.

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99. Ltd.16) ------ --------- (200809) INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES  Production Plant: The factory is located over a wide spread area of 86.80 9.558 Total Profit before Tax 16.65 93.47) (133.41 ------- ---------- 2009-10 (4.Basic Details of Sri Chamundeshwari Pvt.34.52 Nil 1.955 Surplus Carried over to Balance Sheet 17.22 acres.52.22) (8.191 Reserves and surplus 5.42 9.31.58) (Nil ) (4..47) ___ (1.22 (2008- (5.88.36) 09) Srinivasp ura 1.44. This land includes green belt and other necessary facilities for maintaining clean environment this plant situated 9 acres in the infrastructure support to the sufficient production and .513 Review of Operations Units Cane Raw Sugar Sugar Crushed Processed Lakh MTS Recovery Produced Lakh qtls Producti on % MTS Cogenerati of on alcohol (Power Lakh Generated) Core Units liters Bharathi Nagar 2009-10 4.31.17 8.75) (8. Particulars Rupees Turn over for the year 2009-10 11.91.45 3374 4.07) (8.

which is carried by Lorries or other. Lime (used to increase pH) and antiscalent (to scale forming substance Ca & Mg during evaporation).  Sports Club: The infrastructure consists of sports club facility situated near of production plant.  Guest House: The infrastructure consists of Guest house. Then the cane juice will be added with Flocculent (used for mud setting). milk sanitation (used for bacteria killing).  Employee Quarters: The infrastructure consists of quarters facility for employees situated near of production plant.  School: The infrastructure consists of school facility for employee’s children. etc. badminton court. the next step there is into very small pieces.It will be sent to juice boilers. Then it will go to tenders (a series of rollers used for crushing purpose) for crushing. Then the juice produced will go for further processing and the Bagasse will be left out there itself. At all starting point there are blades. after this. the will be heated up to 7000c and they will add sulphur (for bleaching of juice)) to this. It provides service to guests and visitors with respectively. cricket ground. It provides games facility to employees for entertainment. Then the sulphured juice will e again heated up to 10000 ca and it will be sent trough the clarifiers. It provides service to employees 24 hours. It provides residential service to employees at low rent with all facility.development of plant. will be directly fed to the machine where the initial process stares. The clear juice will then be added with antiscalent (to remain the substance Ca& . This club consists of tennis court.  Canteen: The infrastructure consists of canteen facility situated beside of production plant. Here the clear juice will go for further processing and the residual juice. which cuts sugarcane bunches into individual sugarcane. WORK FLOW MODEL The sugarcane. It provides good education employee’s children.

For this Masscuite they will and sodium hydrosulphate (to bleach the masscuite) and it will be separated out the molasses will be send to distillery and the white sugar will be bagged WORK FLOW MODEL Cane from formers Weighed cane-hauled to crushing year Cane unloaded on to the carrier Cane cut into pieces Crushed in successive mills Juice treated with lime & Sulphur and heated Dry chaff fob into boilers fuel SubSider Scum Filter cake used As manure clear juice clear juice Evaporates Concentrated syrup Sulphured syrup to vacuum pans Boiler to main site .Mg during evaporation). And the mixed juice will go thought evaporation. Then the juice will go through pans and thought Masscuite.

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so if you fail to pay proper attention to one of them. The company has been an eye over future in the coming years. Due to increase in the supply of sugar cane it has decided o increases the cane crushing capacity from 4000 to 6000 metric tons per year. it can bring the others crashing down around you. They had been looking at how Japanese industry had been so successful. It also projects for co-generating 26 M. but you have to be able to implement it if it’s to do any good. 2. 3.FUTURE GROWTH AND PROSPECTS The management has a future plan for expansion. They’re all Independent. It went on to appear in “In search of Excellence” by Peters and was taken up as a basic tool by the global management consultancy McKinney’s 7S model. at around the same time that Tom Peters and Robert Waterman were exploring what made a company excellent. Like a lot of these models. The seven S frame works first appeared in “The art of Japanese Management” by Richard Pascal and Anthony Athos in 1981. Mc KINNEY’S 7-S FRAME WORK AT SCS LTD It’s all very well devising a strategy.W of power per day. but the 7S frame work is useful way of checking that we have cornered all the bases. . 1. To win over the thought situation management is contemplating to the renewal the bore well scheme. Managers said to need to take account of all seven of the factors to be sure of successful implementation of a strategy large or small. Supply of power to farmers for the pump sets and domestic users through grid. They seven S models were born at a meeting of the four authors in 1978. It wants to achieve the followings. there’s good dose of common sense in here. Supply of organic manure to avert the deterioration fertility of land.

Style: the leadership approach of top management and the company’s overall operating approach. Covering everything from management information system.To better represent the challenges of services marketing McKinney developed a new frame work for analyzing and improving organizational effectiveness. HARD’Ss The 3Ss across the top of the model are describes as ‘HARD Ss’ Strategy: the direction and scope of the company over the long term. through to the systems at the point of contact with the customer (retail systems. online systems. Ultimately they guide employees towards ‘valued behavior’ Staff: the company’s people resources and how they are developed. This is one of the important of India for fixation and revision of wages.) Salary and Wage Determination in Sri Chamundeshwari (p) Ltd. trained and motivated. areas of experiences and responsibility. call center systems. the 7S model: SOFT’Ss The 4s across the bottom of the model are less tangible. System: formal and informal procedure that govern ever day activity. Separate wage boards . Structure: the basic organization of the company. reporting lines. more cultural in nature. They can be classified into a) External factors b) Internal factors External Factors: External factors are consisting of a controlled by the wage board of India. A know of factors influence and determine the remuneration payable to employees. etc. and were termed “Soft Ss” by McKinney’s Skills: The capabilities and competencies that exists within the company Shared values: The values and beliefs of the company. its departments.

“Experience ’’: It makes an employee gain valuable in sigh to and should therefore be rewarded. which were reiterated by the third five year plan wage boards are not governed by any legislation but are appointed on ad-hoc basis by the government. PAY SCALE DETAILS Pay scale for Non Officers Gir Category Scale of pay d 1 Un Skilled 5500-60-6100-65-6750-70-7800 2 Semi Skilled 5600-65-6250-70-6950-75-8075 3 Skilled B 5750-75-6500-80-7300-85-8575 . and potential and even star luck. If the wage increases is related to excess profits there is no standard to determine which profit is normally and which is profit of excess profit can be determined wages cannot be the first change on profit corporate savings comes out profits and profits cannot be literal away in the firm of wages. “Performance ’’: It is always rewarded with pay increase rewarding performance motivates the employee to do better management prefer performance to affect pay increases. “Seniority ’’: But unions view seniority as the most objective criterion for pay increases. They include performance seniority experience.are set up for separate industries government of India started instituting wage boards in accordance with the recommendations of the second five year plan. Internal Factors: Among the internal factors which have an impact on pay structure in the company’s capacity to pay job evaluation performance. appraisal and the worker himself / herself. Method of Job Classification used in the Organization: ‘Several employees’ related factors interact to determine his or her remuneration.

Highly Skilled: yearly increment. Semiskilled: Helpers and security will get a basic of Rs. Skilled A: Fitter will get a basic of Rs. 5900 + 90 as yearly increment. 5500 + 70 as increment for every year. Skilled B: Oiler will get a basic of Rs. 6000+95 as . electrician will get a basic of Rs.4 Skilled A 5900-80-6700-85-7550-90-8900 5 Highly Skilled 6000-85-6850-90-7750-95-9175 6 Clerical IV 5750-75-6500-80-7300-85-8575 7 8 Clerical III Clerical II 5900-80-6700-85-7550-90-8900 6000-85-6850-90-7750-95-9175 9 Clerical I 6100-90-7000-95-7950-100-9450 10 Supervisory C 6100-90-7000-95-7950-100-9450 11 Supervisory B 6200-95-7150-100-8150-105-9725 12 Supervisory A 6400-110-7500-125-8750-140-10850 13 Supervisory A Spcl 6600-135-7950-150-9450-165-11925 Pay scale for Officers Gir Category Scale of pay 48 50 Officer I Officer II & Senior Officer 4750-250-12250 5500-300-13000 52 Assistant Manager 6500-350-15250 54 Deputy Manager 7500-400-17500 56 58 Manager Senior Manager 8500-450-19750 10000-550-23750 60 Assistant General Manager 11000-650-24000 62 Deputy General Manager 15000-750-30000 d Unskilled: Untrained (attainders) employees will get a minimum basic of Rs. 5750 +85 as yearly increment. Turner. welder. 5600+75 as increment for every year.

Is running schools by name shri Cham Sugar Education Society for providing good Education to the children of the employee and growers of this area. Supervisory A Special: Department head. WAGE RELATED MATTERS Am two . Bonus: Bonus payable as yearly once such as Diwali in 2010 15% bonus declared on salary earned yearly financial year. HRA: It is payable to all workers as will be paid 20% of the basic salary. Assistant supervisor. 2. Clerical 2nd: First division clerk will get Rs.  Over time allowance per day given salary will double 1 t0 8 hours.Clerical 4th: SSLC grade. Deputy Supervisors will get basic of Rs. Shift Allowance: The workmen who are assigned work in the second and third shift will be paid shift allowances. 6400 + 140 as yearly increment. Educational Allowance: Sri Chamundeshwari Sugars Pvt. MONTHLY WAGE COMPONENT 1. foremen will get a basic of Rs. Night tea facility at free of cost 12 ‘O’ Clock Pm to 3 ‘O’clock times tea with biscuits. 3. Supervisory B: Supervisory category will get a basic of 6200+105 as yearly increment. 4. field staff will get a basic of Rs. Account Assistant will get a basic of Rs. 5. 6100+100 as yearly increment. (Reimbursement 50% of school fee up to SSLC). Ltd. 5900 +90 as yearly increment. 6000+95 as yearly increment Supervisory C: Supervisors. Clerical 3rd: Second division grade employees will get Rs. Supervisory A: Junior engineers. 6600 + 165 as yearly increment. 5750 +85 as yearly increment. Conveyance Allowance: Fixed travelling allowance + petrol (15Ltr PM) 250 /-PM for Permanent employees 150/-PM fpr Trainees. starting L K G to 10th standard fee will be very normal.

90 paisa (December) wage board scale to the workers. 500/. Total Salary = Basic + DA * 15 days salary / 26 Formula = Salary *1/2 Month salary *No of year service completed Salary for the purpose of gratuity will be basic + DA family planning weight age. 400/. 25 to 50 will be paid every day for officers and managers. 2 PM.Provident Fund: All are having P.5 per point January. 250/. PF is deducted in 12% of the salary.as a intensive or one week special level with wages will be extended to employee . F. Dearness Allowance: Two types at present  2385. Family Planning Increment: To promote the family planning a sum of Rs. Gratuity: It is an appreciated perk given to employee by the employer for the services rendered by him to the company. This fund id utilized for providing immediate financial assistance to the belonging members of the family. . All employers are eligible to Receive the attendance bonus including trainees. If the employee retires from his service he gets Rs. 100/.  4220. 5000 is payable to his family. DA Calculated at the rate of 2. Stitching Charges: A company provides 3 sets of uniform every year and employee get Rs.45 Management grade. Increment Regulation: On the completion of every year.per month. In case of death of the employee Rs. Gratuity payable 15 day’s salary per year minimum five year. the workers will get an annual progress increment. Lunch Allowance: Rs.per set for stitching charge.at the time of the maturity period of the fund. Risk Allowance: The workmen who are assigned work in the heat conditions will be paid Rs. (Onetime benefit) Death Relief Fund: It is a voluntary scheme and each member has to contribute as membership fees towards membership every employee has to contribute Rs. subject to the services rendered by him. April and July and October this 4 months the point will increase or decrease DA will be changes or variable. if his family undergone tubectomy operation .

Welfare This function is concerned with protecting the physical and mental health of employees. Operational Functions: It is procurement. cost etc. a sum of Rs 100/. welfare and records. requirement. performance. integration. or device. appraisal etc. Once in two years.as incentive or one week special leave with wages will be extended to the employee. organizing. 2. In case of vasectomy a sum of Rs. 2. all eligible for employees working in the factory will be provided -3. seniority. Managerial Functions: It is planning. an amount of Rs 500/. If his family (wife) undergone tubectomy operation. Research and Audit: Personnel record maintained regarding the attendance. WELFARE ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMMES IN THE ORGANIZATION. caps. wherever it requires. 5. Development: In involves improving the knowledge and skills of personnel for efficient performance of their jobs.HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT Functions of personnel management: The functions of personnel management broadly divided into two categories 1. placement etc. Records. development. Employees will be provided with spectacle. 3. Procurement: It means providing the required number of suitable persons to fill various positions in the organization. compensation. research and audit. It involves manpower planning. safety bolts. 200/. Canteen allowance of Rs 200/. It includes training executive development promotion. all eligible employees working in the factory will be with socks. As a gesture of good will. directing and controlling. 4. If any employee get married while service (one time benefit).will be presented as mar riage gift. 1.per month will be paid to the employees along with their salary apart from this open rated canteen maintained for the use at employees.and one week special . nose mask. hand glows Tc.pairs of uniform with stitching charges and one pair shoes Once in two years. selection. To promote the family planning.

12. Rupees 2. Transport facility has been arranged to the employees who are coming from Mandya & Madder for shifts on nominal charge basis. 5000/. The company is running a school by some Sri Chamsugar education Society to provide good education for the children of employees and growers of this area.days’ study tour will arranged for 100 employees on rotation basis. during the closure of the crushing season. This facility is extended subject to performing of marriage at Hanumanthnagara or at K. which is not eligible for us. 130 houses have been taken on monthly rental basis which are also allotted to the eligible employees and daily drinking water is supplying to such houses through bullock carts on free of cost.leave with wages. in case he dies during his service period? In this scheme. One sports club is maintained in the factory promises. every month.or 50% of the choultry expense (the lower amount) will be reimbursed to the employees. 9. Further. For this purpose. which had been allotted on seniority and essentiality basis. -3. and very nominal fees being collected from the employees children. 6. further. who are studying outside Bharathinagar. who perform their children marriage. The company has provided quarters to the employees category wise (total 167 houses). 13. 11. 8.M. Rs 10/is collecting from the members. It is restricted to two children only.to the nominee/ legal heir of the employee. where. which is restricted upto 10th STD. 10.500/. 3 days special leave with wages and also pocket money will be given to meet the expenses during the price 01 boor. Death-cum-Retirement Benefit scheme is also in the factory. every day . Doddi Balaji Samudaya Bhavana only on producing of necessary proof. 14. 7. containing 9 biscuits) is providing to the night shift employees including casual and contract workers. It is having classes from nursery to 10th Standard. one cup tea without Cost is also provided to the night shift employees. Every year. 50% of the tuition fees will be reimbursed to the employees children. Remaining employees are getting HRA 15% on Basic pay. This facility is extended to the members (only employees for which. both management & employees are contributing every month. This facility is only for operative & clerical staff. Which extends financial assistance of Rs. indoor games can be played. One packet biscuit (Quality.

medical treatment etc. children marriage. Therefore to provide good education to the rural children. Repairing of minor pick-ups to have storage and reduce water wastage. 18. 2. 16. 4. Supplying water continue sly to the land. because before commissioning of the factory the entire area was removed and deprived of basic facilities. Once in two months every employee will gat 3Kgm of under on controlled rate. which was essential in its surrounding area.will be provided as loan to the employees (members) for house contraction. It has been done under common good fund scheme. medical treatment. 3. Apart from this. which will be recovered on monthly installment basis.000/. Company is also extending financial assistance to the employees without interest for the genuine purpose like higher education of children. One day special paid holiday will be declared to the factory employees after the closure of the crushing season every year. Health Program: Factory has extended financial help to public health center in Bharathinagar to provide medical facilities to the public upto 5 lakes. The factory owns well furnished and equipped clinic in Bharathinagara with 24 hrs service further the unit provides financial assistance to medical camps organized by various social service organizations Education Program The aid unit has realized the importance of education. . funeral ceremony.. The factory has set up 60 schools in the surrounding village area. 15. who are the numbers of the Society. Rural Development Programs: The unit is having a program of rural development. upto Rs 50. on low rate of interest. Repairing of existing water tanks. children education. We are running credit co-operative society where loan will be given to the employees. children marriage etc. About 60% of the land in the surrounding area was dry and there was no proper irrigation facility.. The factory has under taken many steps for proper utilization of available water such as: 1. The unit has also setup Cham Sugar School in the factory premises. 17.

It can easily sell goods with many struggles.  Power plant construction: the company already asses the future needs and develop a new power plant it is helpful to run the operations without any stoppage. The factory sponsors 10 quintals of rice per month to a blind school in Ramanagara. It has donated 25 lakes to build a pillar for a temple.  Advertising and sales promotional is not very effective  Weak in financial strategy as well as financial manager  Political interference. computerization etc. the particular capabilities and resources that a firm possesses and the superior way in which they are used.The factory has extended its financial assistance to Bharathinagara Education institution up to 40 laks. SWOT –Analysis of the company SWOT is an acronym used to describe the particular Strength.  The company has now modern oriented. weakness.  Good financial supports whenever needed are provided both state and central government  Researches & Development: the company is in to up extensive research and development for further development in the product. Transport & Infrastructure. Weakness  Absence of motivating incentives. It is used a modern technology in its operation like automation mechanization.  Lot of training required for all levels of employees. SWOT analysis not only results in the identification of corporation’s distinctive competencies. . Strengths  It was established by the well equipped and trained man power. opportunities and Threats that are strategic factors for a specific company.  Strong marketing base: the company produces will quality products so it is having a strong marketing base.  Strong network from all aspects-location. It also sponsors price for sports and other activities Service Program Lighting: The unit has installed “T” shaped streetlight on road leading to the factory and also to the main road. Its operation building is spacious.

Threats  The scarcity of substitute product availability is a bid threat.  Crisis between management and employees. if product has to move in a market. Marketing: Basically. labeled. the manufacturer must use the four P’s marketing mix.  In the present scenario competitors are more  Diversified resources such as raw materials due to many sub units. Although recently it has started producing and co. Finished product what we get is not final. Place: Distribution network is the last and final stages in any company. 5.generation of power. Promotion: It is known fact that the sugar industry does not enjoy any brand loyalty so there is no need for using promotional activities. that is product. Price: The government accordingly got its monthly release orders specifies the quantity to e set aside as levy sugar for which the price is determine by the government itself and this sugar is used for public distribution system for Below poverty line (BPL) families.  The agricultural sector is gambling on monsoon. 3.  The company has a right to frame its own policies and procedures. For free sugar the company can sell it on the bases of market rate. stored and should be sent to the . price.  In the global scenario the company can implement new technology for the growth of the company. Crisis between management and formers for regarding price fixation  Improper planning of investment/further growth Opportunities  There is a rapid growth in agriculture sector so the company should make use of these opportunities. promotion and physical distribution. M-30 & L-30 sugars. 1. Ltd produces only sugar in sugar there are various types like S-30.  The company can restructure its own organization structure. they must be packed. Product: Sri Chamundeshwari sugars Pvt. they are not of commercial interest 2.

Although the agencies come in between the buyers and manufacturer they not . Gangadhar Agencies. Levy sugar should be sold at the price stated by the government and free sugar can be sold at the prevailing market rate. The agencies turn wore contact the head office on Bangalore where major decision regarding. they usually approach the agencies operating in the whole India. is SCS Pvt. The channel adopted by the SCS Pvt.Ltd Agencies/ Dealers Buyers Consumers Some of the agents are: 1. Some of the reputed buyers are: 1. Mahesh Trading company The buyers as they will not be aware of the firms operations and sugar industries current trend will contact some of the leading agencies to negotiate the terms of trade. Habit Latif Agencies These agents will approach the company on behalf of the buyers and negotiate the terms and trade. Channel Brokers 3. after this government through monthly release orders specifies the quantity to set aside as levy sugar and free sugar. ARC Agencies 2. As we are aware that sugar is controlled product and the pricing policies are controlled by government marketing polices are all done under government control. Bharath Trading company 4. Whenever any person wants to buy sugar form SCS Pvt Ltd. distribution are done. stoking. Ganesh Trading company 2.market. order processing. Ltd. The job of a sugar. Vanitha Enterprises. Purchase sales. 3. 4.

and they do not held responsible for transporting. . their job only is to negotiate the terms.make to the goods.