EMPLOYEE WELFARE REPORT

IN
BHARAT ELECTRONICS LIMITED
Dissertation submitted to
KRISHNA COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & INFO.
TECHNOLGY,BIJNOR(U.P.)

In partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the Degree

Of
SOCIAL WORK STUDIES

Under the Guidance of: Submitted by:
Mr. SUNEEL SHRIVASTAV VIKAS KUMAR ARYA
S.E. H.R.D Master Of SOCIAL Worker
B.E.L (KOTDWARA) (M.S.W.)

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KOTDWARA carried out during his Vocational Training in academic year 2017-2018” 2|Page . CERTIFICATE “This is to certify that Mr. VIKAS KUMAR ARYA has successfully completed the project work titled “EMPLOYEE WELFARE” in partial fulfillment of requirement for the award of prescribed by the BHARAT ELECTRONICS LIMITED.

Fellowship or any other similar titles. DECLARATION I hereby declare that the dissertation “A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE OF BHARAT ELECTRONICS LIMITED” Submitted for the MSW Degree at (KCSIT) KRISHNA COLLEGE’S Department of Social Work is my Original work and the dissertation has not formed the Basis for the award of any degree. associate ship. Place: Kotdwara Signature Date: 07 July 2017 NAME: VIKAS KUMAR ARYA 3|Page .

E. the sacrifices made by my parents and thus have helped me in completing this project successfully Place: KOTDWARA Date: 07 July 2017 4|Page . KOTDWARA for giving me an opportunity to work on this project. WELFARE OFFICER for implementing best of his knowledge in me without his help it would have been impossible for me to complete the project. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT In the first place. NEELAM. I thank the BHARAT ELECTRONIC LIMITED. I would be failing in my duty if I do not acknowledge with a deep sense of gratitude.HRD for having given me his valuable guidance for the project. S. I would also like to thank Mr. SUNIL KUMAR SRIVASTAV. I would also like to thank Mrs.

VALUE & OBJECTIVES 5 Literature review 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 INTRODUCTION 5|Page . CONTENTS Page no 1 INTRODUCTION 2 HISTORY 3 SERVICES 4 VISION.no. INDEX S. MISSION.

Over the years. multi-technology. It has been accorded Navratna status by the Government of India. Sound and Vision Broadcasting. History 6|Page . It is owned by the Indian Government and primarily manufactures advanced electronic products for the Indian Armed Forces. BEL offers products and services in a wide spectrum of technology like Radars. About BEL Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) was established at Bangalore. With its expertise developed over the years. and few regional offices in India. Tank Electronics. Opto-Electronics. India. Embedded Software and Electronic Components.Bharat Electronics Limited भारत इलेक्ट्रॉनिक नलनिटे ड. the company also provides Turnkey systems solutions. Electronic Warfare Systems. Naval Systems. Military Communications. it has grown into a multi-product. Solar Photovoltaic Systems. by the Government of India under the Ministry of Defense in 1954 to meet the specialized electronic needs of the Indian defense services. multi-unit company serving the needs of customers in diverse fields in India and abroad. Telecommunications. BEL is one of nine PSUs under the Ministry of Defence of India. (BEL) is an Indian state-owned aerospace and defence company with about nine factories.

Pune. BEL also provides turnkey system solutions. BEL has also set up a wide network of offices and service centres countrywide as well as two overseas offices – at New York and Singapore. The dream of a self-reliant India gave birth to many Public Sector Undertakings. support and faith of its customers and the Government of India. Each Unit has a specific product mix and customer focus. BEL Services Design & Manufacturing Services 7|Page . the need was utmost to develop indigenous industry. From humble beginnings in 1954. Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) was one such dream. Bangalore. France (now. Telecom & Broadcast Systems. Navi Mumbai. C4I Systems. Electronic Warfare. Civilian products from BEL include Electronic Voting Machines. when BEL was set up in association with CSF. Starting from a single Unit in Jalahalli. Thales). Naval Systems. Homeland Security. Radars. Professional Electronic Components and Solar Photovoltaic Systems. Weapon Systems. solar-powered traffic signal systems and Access Control Systems. Tablet PC. BEL now produces a wide range of state-of-the-art equipment in fields such as Defence Communication. to manufacture basic communication equipment. Electro Optics. Kotdwara. Machilipatnam. Tank Electronics. BEL has established its presence across the country by setting up eight other Units – in Ghaziabad. The Government’s clarion call for ‘Make in India’ resonates with what BEL has been successfully doing for over 6 decades. in a newly independent India. which has come a long way since then with the far-sighted vision of its pioneers. Chennai and Hyderabad. Panchkula. the dedication and hard work of its employees.In 1954.

CAE. Software Development The Software group in BEL is powered by over 100 software systems professionals whose experience covers application areas of Defence. BEL has set up impressive infrastructure and manufacturing facilities spread over nine ISO 9001 / 9002 certified modern production units around the country. Communication and Commercial segments. This division is engaged in a variety of quality assurance tasks like:  Component Testing 8|Page . real time applications. Semiconductor Device Packaging Bharat Electronics Ltd has been manufacturing Silicon Semiconductor Devices with an infrastructure set up in collaboration with Phillips. Holland. The Software Development group works on various areas like embedded processor applications. automatic testing and simulation. which is a direct result of its commitment to providing tailor- made solutions to the customers through its philosophy of quality management. Space. graphics. The infrastructure is regularly upgraded with the latest and state-of-the-art facilities. CAD.Bharat Electronics today has an integrated approach and systems capability. Quality Assurance Facilities BEL has set-up a separate Quality Assurance division with an investment of around USD 4mn for the implementation of quality assurance system throughout BEL. BEL has been upgrading the facilities continuously to keep pace with technological developments.

BANGLORE (Karnataka) Established in 1954 Employees: 4485 o Military Communication Systems o C4I Systems o Radar Systems o Electronic Warfare Systems o Naval Systems o Avionic Products o Telecom & Broadcast Systems o EVM’s o Components o Security Systems o MW Super components o Weapon Systems 2. GHAZIABAD (Uttar Pradesh) Established in 1974 Employees: 1796 9|Page .  Material Testing  Material Inspection  Electronic Measuring Instruments Calibration  Quality management services  Electromagnetic compatibility testing  Environmental Testing  Reliability analysis Bharat Electronics Limited Manufacturing Units 1.

PUNE (Maharashtra) o Laser Products o Batteries o X-ray systems Established in: 1979 Employees: 262 4. MACHILIPATNAM (Andhra Pradesh) Established in 1983 Employees: 291 o Electro-Optic Products and Systems 10 | P a g e . o Radars Antenna Systems o C4I Systems 3.

HYDERABAD (Telangana) 11 | P a g e . CHENNAI (Tamil Nadu) Established in 1985 Employees: 299 o Tank Electronics Gun Upgrades 7. 5. PANCHKULA (Haryana) Established in 1985 Employees: 542 o Tactical Communication Equipment 6.

NAVI MUMBAI (Maharashtra) Established in 1986 Employees: 458 o Shelter’s Masts Systems 9. KOTDWARA (Uttarakhand) Established in 1986 Employees: 529 o Defence Communication Equipment o Telecom Products 12 | P a g e . Established in 1986 Employees: 542 o Electronic Warfare System 8.

” 13 | P a g e . Vision To be a world-class enterprise in professional electronics. globally competitive company in defence electronics and in other chosen areas of professional electronics. technology and innovation. through quality. Mission “To be a customer focused.

 Fostering team work.  To generate internal resources for profitable growth. honesty & integrity.Values  Putting customers first.  Working with transparency.  Striving to achieve high employee satisfaction.  To give value for money to customers & create wealth for shareholders. 14 | P a g e .  Endeavoring to fulfil social responsibilities. meeting the demands of quality.  To give thrust to exports.  Proud of being a part of the organization.  Encouraging flexibility and innovation. delivery & service. Objectives  To be a customer focused company providing state-of-the-art products & solutions at competitive prices.  To attain technological leadership in defence electronics through in-house R&D. partnership with defence / research laboratories & academic institutions.  To constantly benchmark company’s performance with best-in-class internationally.  To create a facilitating environment for employees to realize their full potential through continuous learning & team work.  Trusting & respecting individuals.

EMPLOYEE WELFARE Welfare includes anything that is done for the comfort and improvement of employees and is provided over and above wages.  To strive for self-reliance through indigenization.  To raise marketing abilities to global standards. 15 | P a g e . Welfare helps to keep the morale and motivation of the employees high so as to retain the employees for longer duration. Labor welfare entails all those activities of employees which are directed towards providing the employees with certain facilities & services in addition to wages & salaries. accident and unemployment for the workers & their families. Employee welfare includes monitoring of working conditions. The welfare measures need not be in monetary term only but in any forms. industrial relations & insurance against disease. creation of industrial harmony through infrastructure for health. .

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