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Report on Employees Welfare schemes´

KHERA INSTRUMENTS PVT. LTD.
SUBMITTED IN THE PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE EQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

UNDER THE SUPERVISION : MR. NAVEEN KHERA (D.M.)

PREPARED BY: PRITI RAJAK ROLL NO:C1722

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES BHAGAT PHOOL SINGH MAHILA VISHWAVIDHYALAYA KHANPURKALAN, SONEPAT-131305 SESSION: 2009-2011

CONTENTS

DECLARATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT CHAPTER-1 Introduction About the company/ organization CHAPTER-2 Review of literature CHAPTER-3 Research Objectives Proposed Methodology for Research

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CHAPTER-4 Analysis Of Data Interpretation of Analyzed Data CHAPTER-5 Conclusion 5.1 4.1 4.2

Limitations Recommendations BIBILOGRAPHY ANNEXURE

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PREFACE

As an essential and obligatory part of my course, I under went 8 weeks Summer Training Program of MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTERATION (M.B.A) degree, in ³KHERA INSTRUMENTS PVT. LTD´. This training has helped me to get a practical knowledge as an important suffix to the theoretical knowledge into the business environment. One cannot merely rely on upon the theoretical knowledge. Classroom Lectures make the fundamental concept of management clear. They also facilitate the learning of the practical things. However class lectures must be correlated with the practical training situations. It is in the sense that the practical training in a company has a significant role to play in the subject of business management. To develop healthy, managerial and administrative skills in potential managers and non managers, it is necessary to contribute to combine the classroom learning with the practical knowledge of real business environment.

This report is prepared after having experience of various activities of HRD department in Khera Instruments Pvt. Ltd. to get practical knows- now before joining any organization. I shall feel suitably rewarded if this project proves helpful to the organization. I have sincerely worked on the project and hope that at several places this report presents some interesting facts, which HRD professional will certainly like to explore.

LTD. for continuous encouragement & help in finding out relevant information¶s without which this project would not be possible. a memorable one. LTD. In particular I wish to thank DIR. I would like to extend my thanks to all Staff of Personnel & Administration Department (HR) as well as my group for their co-operation to complete this project work and making my short visit as a trainee. for providing me with necessary facilities & opportunity to complete this project on ³EMPLOYEES WELFARE SCHEMES´ AT KHERA INSTRUMENTS PVT. Lastly. I also elicit my deep regards to various other Officers & Staff members of KHERA INSTRUMENTS PVT. MARKETING Mr.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I would like to express my gratitude & add some heart full words for the people who were part of this project in numerous ways««people who gave unending support from the stage of the project was conceived. NAVEEN KHERA to whom I am highly obliged. WITH REGARD (PRITI RAJAK) .

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This new term seems to emphasize two things: one. their personal departments to keep up the fashions of the times. Since the early 1970¶s when the concept of HRD first began to be recognized by some organization in India.directing and controlling of the procurement . Employee welfare is the sub part of human resource development because it is very important to get work in a proper way with better utilization of resource. there are some which seem to have done considerable work in setting up HRD systems. maintenance and separation of human resource to the end that individuals.organization . .CHAPTER -2 REVIEW OF LITERATURE DEFINITION OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT:ACCORDING EDWIN B. They are unlike other resources in that they have the unlimited potential for investment. organizational and social objectives are accomplish.compensation integration . FILLPO:µHuman resource and personnel management is the planning . the human beings are the most important resource of an organization. As new era comes human resource development becomes very important in each and every organization whether it is public or private sector. in this context employee welfare is used as a motivational factors for each level of organization. On the basis of some studies done on this subject it can be inferred that the main factors behind the setting up of a separate HRD function in any organization are the philosophy of its top management and the nature of business. While many organizations appear to have simply relabeled.¶ HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: A QUALITY APPROACH A new wind is blowing through management literature nowadays which fast driving out the traditional term personnel management and substituting a new term human resource development. a large number of organizations in the country have began to display an interest in HRD.

shelter & rest room. trained or remunerated. at its Asian Regional Conference defined Employee Welfare as: A term which is understood. Welfare facilities are designed to take care of the well being of the employees. to include such services & facilities as may be established in or in the undertaking condensate to high morale. they need to be retained & maintained to serve the organization better. washing facilities. However. following welfare facilities are provided to employees. first aid. According To Oxford Dictionary:³Employee Welfare/ Labor Welfare mean the efforts to make a life worth living for a workman. to Factories Act 1948.´ Thus Labor Welfare is a term. EMPLOYEE WELFARE: After employees have been hired. ambulance.EMPLOYEE WELFARE INTRODUCTION Acc. leaves etc. lunch room. which must necessarily be elastic. . MEANING AND DEFINITION: Labor Welfare means anything done for comfort & improvement (intellectual or social) of the employees over & above the wages paid which is not a necessity of the industry. in chapter v from section 42 to 49. They are Canteen. bearing a somewhat different interpretation in one country from industrialization & education level of worker.

trade unions & other agencies too. BENEFITS/OBJECTIVES OF EMPLOYEES WELFARE: Employees Welfare provides the following benefits or objectives:  It helps to improve recruitment.  Employee Welfare measures are also known as Fringe benefits & services. facilities and amenities provided to employees for the betterment.  Voluntary efforts for the welfare of workers reduce the threat of further govt. As the job becomes more attractive. Welfare measures may be both voluntary & statutory.  It reduces labor turnover and absenteeism. more efficient employees can recruited.FEATURES OF EMPLOYEE WELFARE:       Employee welfare is a comprehensive term including various services.  It improves the morale and loyalty of workers by making them happy and satisfied. Welfare measures are in addition to regular wages & other economic benefits available to employees under legal provisions & collective bargaining. Voluntary measures are the result of paternalistic and philanthropic feelings of the employer. . prostitution etc.  Improvement in material. Welfare measures may be provided not only by employers but by the government. Employee Welfare is an essential part of the social welfare. intellectual & cultural conditions of life protects the workers from social evils like drinking.  Welfare measures helps to improve the goodwill & public image of the enterprise. It involves adjustment of an employee¶s work life and family life to the community or social life. gambling. The basic purpose of Employees Welfare is to improve the lot of working class and thereby make a worker a good employee and a happy citizen. thereby building a stable workforce. intervention.

EXTRA-MURAL: These services are provided outside the establishment. family planning & child welfare Holiday homes leave travel facilities. Interest free loans etc. medical. latrines.TYPES OF WELFARE ACTIVITIES:- Employee Welfare services may be classified into 2 broad categories:- INTRA-MURAL: These services are provided within the establishment. maternity benefits. These includes urinals. uniform. Transport. children Education. canteens. . These Consist of housing accommodation. crèches. washing & bathing facilities. recreation facilities etc. rest & shelter rooms.

CHAPTER -3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND OBJECTIVES .

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Provident Fund (10) Leaves 1. as follows:(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Residential Accomodation Health & Medical care Canteen Education Facilities to Employees Children Transport Facility Loans and Advances L. RESIDENTIALACCOMMODATION .LTD. KHERA INSTRUMENTS continued to follow & upgrade its efforts at promoting welfare of employees. LTD.C. FacilitySS Financial Assistance to Clubs (Staff Institutes/employees club & Officers Club) (9) Insurance Schemes. Gratuity. I have enlisted all the welfare activities of KHERA INSTRUMENTS PVT. KHERA INSTRUMENTS carried out many welfare facilities for the betterment of the employees and for Community Development.CHAPTER -4 ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION WELFARE FACILITIES IN KHERA INSTRUMENTS PVT.T. In this direction various welfare activities are done with addition to basic pay.

free electricity & water supply is also provided by corporation to its employees in township. depending mainly upon the priority date and pay groups. QUARTER¶S ALLOTMENT: The employee shall be entitled to the allotment of accommodation according to the classification and type of quarter shown. and pipelines will be considered separately in respect of the quarters so earmarked GRADE A B C D E F G H I I II III IV V VI C / IV C / IV D/V D/V D/V D/V D/V D/V D/V A / I & II A / I & II A / I & II A / I & II A / I & II B / III . Employees/Officers are allotted quarters on the basis of their grades for which house rent recovery is made which is very nominal(5% of their basic pay). KHERA INSTRUMENTS RESIDENTIAL ACCOMODATION Company constructed own accommodation near by the organisation and allotted the accommodation to the employees working in the refinery as per their entitlement. In general it is maintained in all organisation. FOR ORGANISATION TOWNSHIP: The priority date for the purpose of allotment of quarters in the marketing. refineries.Township is maintained in KHERA INSTRUMENTS.

Employees along with their eligible dependence with them in township are entitled to get the medical attendance from the corporation¶s hospital. shoes. The canteen . He shall not be eligible for another allotment until the last person on the waiting list on that date has been allotted a quarter. On last day they are provided by a kit and those who are in need they are provided with spectacle 3. CANTEEN As per factory act 1948 welfare facilities such as canteen check& changes will be provided to the workmen those who are performing rotating shift duty by the factory owner. crutches.GRADE VII VIII B / III B / III IF EMPLOYEE FAILS TO ACCEPT ALLOTMENT: If any employee fails to accept the allotment of the quarter with in three days from the date of receipt of the allotment order or fails to take possession of that quarter within seven days of the date of the allotment. Sponsoring Camps for physically Disabled People in the District. wheel chairs etc. y y Eye Camps First Examining & then Wind up of those who have to be operated. 2. are given. FOR COMMUNITY µS WELFARE:y y Family Welfare Camps through company hospital & District hospital. HEALTH & MEDICAL CARE This corporation maintained its hospital in township attached to Company. (a) KALYANAM KAROTI (b) VIKLANG SAHARAK SANSTHAN In these all these hospitals. which is having all the facilities in it. artificial limps.

Meal coupons(vegetarian & non-vegetarian) 2. (a) MEALS CANTEEN:- Timings 12. dry chole/sabji. salad .facilities availed by 2000 employees. curd/rayta. a Contractor is paid & 2 types of coupons are issued to the employees once in a month 1. 2fruits. two seasonal fruits & packed picklel. or lobhia). rice. coupon =80paise There are 25 coupons in one coupon book.M 8. boiled Chana. The canteen being run the contract basis period of 23 months. sauce.1 There are 25 coupons in one coupon book. curry(chole. Meals canteen 2.M 10. salad. coupon =Rs. 20 Cost of 1 non-veg. so it cost comes to Rs. 25 I. pickle. Snacks coupons COST OF COUPONS Cost of 1 veg. (iii) Fruit packet 2 seasonal fruits (4 pieces of each type). PROVISION: There are two types of canteens have been provided to the employees 1. or ramas. Snacks canteen On canteen basis. (iv) Other type of dry lunch packet Chapatti. so it cost comes to Rs.30 to 1.M. pulav/puri.30 P. Dal.30 P. 1 mithai. packed fruit jam.00 P.M Menu of Meals Canteen Lunch Over time lunch Dinner Over time dinner (i) For tiffin/ Thali system One green vegetable. 2. papad (ii) For Dry lunch packets 2 slices of bread.30 P.or pakora curry. chapatti. salad. dry sabji.

NOTE: y y y y y The medical officer check the quality of food once in a fortnight Canteen officer check food & raw materials on daily basis.M. These are as follows: (A) CANTEEN BUILDING . 10. (c) EQUIPMENT & UTENSILS ---These are provided by the management to the contractor without any rent. SNACKS CANTEEN:Timings 1. 2. I Service for rotating shift II Service for rotating shift III service for general shift IV service for rotating shift V service for rotating shifts & overtime VI service for rotating shift.M. namkeen.30 A. FACILITIES TO CANTEEN CONTRACTORS Some Infrastructure facilities have been provided to canteen contractor for smooth & trouble free services. bread. LEAVE TO CANTEEN WORKERS: y y y y Earned Leave Sick Leave Gazette holidays National holidays ------------------------18 days. Per month as a token of monthly license fee. samosa.It will be charged @ 1 Rs. 15 Aug. Rent (b) ELECTRICITY & WATER .It will be charged @ 1 Rs.30 A. 26 Jan. Apart from the follows:Cleanliness of the building utensils etc.30 P. namkeen mixture & sweets. vada.M.M. Menu:. (d) RESIDENTIAL ACCOMODATION²The contractor has been provided two B type & two A type quarters in township on market rent. 9 days. Per month as a coupon of monthly license free i. butter.M.00 A. He will also check the nails & hairs.M.30 P.II. 10 days. . biscuit. 6. 5.Tea. 9.e. Cleanliness of the cook & services boy.30 P. 2 Oct. pakora. III.

50 Per month. as far as possible. Medical Allowance ---5. No fee will. Bonus ---4. the refinery management will. Shift Allowance ---6. At the rate of 12% minimum wages. Uniform ---9. through the medium of national or regional language if that is the need and introduced English as one of the subjects from any standard. EDUCATION FACILITIES TO EMPLOYEE¶S CHILDREN BOARD POLICY : Since education is a specialized field requiring specialist experience and know how. The Corporation may start a secondary / high School entrusting its management to outside educational institution. the corporation will provide the school building and initial expenditure on furniture and other necessary equipments.PENALITIES: There is a penalty clause for each and every lapse that is observed by the officer in charge. 150 Per annum in winter. Primary education through the medium of national language (Hindi) and/or the regional language should be made available to children of employees free of cost. At the rate of 90 Rs. Provident fund ---3. . It is based on attendance.e. PAYMENT: Fixed subsidy -.Per months. Leave encashment ---8. entrust the responsibility of developing educational facilities to some educational institutions (Governmental and non-Governmental) in the respective states. depending upon the practice in the respective state. Per months. the Corporation alone should undertake the responsibility of running the schools. Washing allowance ---- Semi skilled & unskilled. Rs. At the rate of 12% minimum wages. 900 Per annum in summer Rs. be charged from the children of employees belonging to SC / ST community. 4. If such educational institutions are not available or if their services cannot be obtained on reasonable terms. Transportation allowance ---7. based on minimum wages) BASE FOR CALCULATION: 1. At the rate of 75 Rs. Minimum wages ---2.The fixed subsidy is providing catering services on monthly basis for preparation and supply of eatables in different location inside / outside battery area (i. At the rate of 55 Rs. Per month. To attract such institutions. Rs.

m The above 9 No. The timing of shifts are as under: µA¶ ----------06. for going to DPS or KVS school and drop them back to their residential places. Marketing duties for the dependant of the employees as well as CISF. TRANSPORT FACILITIES Transport facility is provided in the corporation to its employees to bring them at duty places and drop them back. if the Nursery class is a part of the primary school with the medium of National or regional language.00 a.00 p. . which may be decided from time to time.m µB¶ ----------02.m µ Admn. Staff¶ ----------09. Time to time buses are provided for their children as well. Stops and points are deciced. 200 per child per month.m To 05. No fees may be charged from the children in the Nursery Class.00 p. of Buses have been deployed for transportation of employees from city to Refinery & back. The school fees for English medium school will be on commercial basis so that it can be self-supporting in respect of running expenses. Rs.m To 05. Buses for marketing division are also there which provides facility for the wives of IOC¶s Employees if they want to go to market.00 p. Of buses are further utilized for welfare trips such as Schools. EDUCATION ALLOWANCE: KHERA provides education allowance to the employee¶s children . Colleges.m To 10.45 a.00 a.m µGeneral Shift¶ ----------08. Before 3rd July 1988 this facility was given to all the children of an employee but after that only two child of an employee will get this facility. 9 No.The corporation may grant subsidy to such a school to a reasonable extent. If the Nursery class is run through the medium of English Then adequate fees should be charged so the 50% of the running expenses of such school could be met from the monthly fees.00 p.30 p. 500 per child per month (children doing professional courses) 5.00 a.m µC¶ ----------10.00 p. AMOUNT OF ALLOWANCE: Rs.m To 06. TRANSPORTATION OF EMPLOYEES: Mathura Refinery is having 2 Years contract on round the clock basis.m To 02.

Emergency Advances. Conveyance Repair Advances. (b). Employees drawing transport allowance subsidy will not eligible for company¶s. Uniform rules shall be applicable in respect of conveyance advance as purchased is a Motor Car. Advances. for purchase of conveyance provided the competent authority is satisfied that the possession of a vehicle by an employee will be in the interest of the corporation. The sanction of advance can be for purpose of a motor/car (which expression shall include Maruti van/Gypsy/Jeep also)/Motor cycle/ scooter/ Moped/ Scooterette or bicycle. which ever is less for purchase of Car is admissible. ELIGIBILITY: Conveyance Advance can be granted by the Corporation to permanent employees for purchase of Motor Car/ Motor cycle/ Scooter/ Moped/ Scooterette. As per the Rule. MOTOR CAR (FOR OFFICERS IN GRADE µB¶ AND ABOVE) Actual cost limited to and the road controlled price of a new air conditioned/non-air-conditioned Car MOTOR CYCLE/ SCOOTER/ MOPED/ SCOOTER For Officers: Actual price paid for the vehicle or on the road-controlled price of the new vehicle whichever is less. T.000/. Conveyance Advances. 6. . 80. FOR NON-OFFICERS(GRADE VIII) : Actual price paid for the vehicle or on the roadcontrolled price of the new vehicle or Rs.(for four wheeler) whichever is less. the Corporation may grant Conveyance Advance.F. 2. transport facility. Medical Advances. LOANS AND ADVANCES: The employees of corporation are entitle to various types of loans & advances like House Loan Advances.A. Festival advances.ELIGIBILITY: (a). Motor Cycle. The employees who have completed their probation period satisfactorily shall be treated as permanent employees for this purpose. subject to availability of funds in the budget. advances & P.00 lakhs. Bicycle Advances. Those employees are not getting transport allowance subsidy will be eligible for transport facility. Scooter/ Moped or a Bicycle. MOTER CAR FOR OFFICERS IN GRADE µA¶ Actual cost/ or Rs.

MOTOR CYCLE: The advance sanctioned for the purchase of motor cycle/ scooter/ moped/ scooterette shall be recovered in not more than 92 equal monthly installments. Once a CRA is drawn. regarding self and vehicle. FOR SCOOTERS / MOTOR CYCLES: y In case of two-wheeler. PAYMENT OF CRA: y An officer eligible to draw CRA shall submit a format application in the prescribed form (Annexure V) to the competent authority giving all necessary details. relevant to the grant and regulation of CRA duly supported by detailed list of measure jobs to be undertaking on the vehicles and the total estimated cost thereof. AUTHORITY COMPETENT TO SANCTION CONVEYANCE ADVANCE : In case of Headquarters: DGM (A&W) In case of units: DGM (HR) INSTALLMENTS AND RECOVERY MOTOR CAR: The advance sanctioned for the purchase of motor car shall be recovered in not more than 120 equal monthly installments . The officers who are entitled for reimbursement of scooter/ motor cycle/ may not be given any priority and their request shall only be considered at the end of the year after demand of all other categories has been met. it is not admissible. those who apply for motor car/ scooter advance for the first time or had availed of Motor Cycle/ Scooter advance seven years ago shall also be given first priority. Similarly. 2. Officers promoted from in grade µA¶ are entitled to draw car maintenance expenses shall be given second priority if they want to switch over from Scooter/ Motor Cycle to Car. 3.FOR NON-OFFICERS(UPTOGRADE VII) : Actual price paid for the vehicle or on the roadcontrolled price of the new vehicle. 4. Third priority shall be given to those who are applying for conveyance advance for the second time. . no subsequent advance for purchase of a conveyance shall be payable to the officer for a period of three years from the date of drawl of CRA. PRIORITIES FOR OFFICERS: 1. Officers applying for car advance for the first time or had availed of the advance seven years ago and are entitled to draw car maintenance expense shall be given first priority.

to an non-officers employee shall be admissible only once in a calendar year provided the advance taken in the earlier year has been repaid in full. IMPORTANT FESTIVALS : Any such festival as the head of establishment may declare in respect of establishment under his Administrative control. The advance shall be disbursed and drawn before the commencement of the festival for which the advance is sanctioned. Stamped receipts from the garage/ repairers shall be deemed as evidence of payment by officers. SANCTIONING AUTHORITY : In case of Headquarters In case Of units - DGM (A&W).000/. REPAYMENT OF ADVANCE: The advance shall be interest free and shall be recovered in not more than 10 equal monthly installments. In case such residual advance exceeds Rs.interest at 1`% over and above the ruling bank rate will be chargeable on the amount from the date of payment of CRA to the date of refund. stipulating the items of work done and individual cost thereof. which is interest free and recoverable in not more than 10 equal monthly installments. The advance is admissible only once in calendar year provided the advance taken in the earlier year has been repaid in full.T. 7.is admissible to all non-officer employees on the eve of important festival. 4000/. DGM (HR). ELIGIBILITY: Festival advance amounting to Rs. APPLICATION FORMS : The application form for the festival advance should be submitted in the prescribed Performa.y Within 60 days from the date of the advances the officers shall submit to the competent authority the following: (a) Originals of the detailed bill(s) of the garage/ repairers. If there is any residual amount left over the differences between the CRA drawn and the total of the bills / receipts submitted in support the same shall be refunded to the corporation forthwith. 500/. (d) FESTIVAL ADVANCE: An advance limited to Rs. LEAVE TRAVELLING CONCESSION (L.4.C) . (b) (c) The officer with a certificate shall endorse each bill that all the items of work build and paid for have actually been carried out.

. y Air travel for Andaman and Nicobar Lakshdweep.Grade A B C AC two tier.g.Grade G and above Flight. whichever is less LTC admissible to all employees in the approved scales of pay. facility extended to anywhere in India. y May avail different modes of transport. are also re imbursed for local travel actual taxi fare or at twice the entitled rate of local conveyance under TA rules at the sections of commencement and termination of outward and inward journeys. for any place in India. . Now. y y y FAMILY INCLUDES:-: y y y Spouse Legitimate children who joined before July 88 and who joined after July 88 only. y Class of accommodation. Eligibility: y Employees and their family are allowed only once in a block period of 2 years with option of availing the L. two eldest children. Salient features y Frequency ± once in 2 year block (odd year). Including family and his dependant parents apart from self. Employee must complete 1-year continuous service from the date of availing LTC. y Auto extension by one year.Non-officer based on BP. y May visit separate places.T. Employees while availing L. LTC block year starts from odd year e.BASIC PRINCIPLES : y y y y To afford assistance to employee serving and places distinct from their homes for journey to their home town. y Destination ± anywhere in India. .T. Dependent Parents LIBERTIES:y Need not accompany the employee during travel. 2001-2002.C. .C.

the maximum contribution is enhanced from the existing Rs.000 /. in a calendar year with full pay and allowance. 2.L.) (A) CASUAL LEAVE : y Maximum Ten C. LEAVES LEAVE RULES 1. Booking controlled by Mktg.per day for officers.per day for non-officers.per annum instead of the existing Rs.Holiday Homes: y y y y y It can be booked for maximum of 10 days except Manali (maximum 15 days). However. 5/. 13. STAFF INSTITUTES: The formula for working out the corporation¶s assistance will continue to be applicable. 4. at a time. Basically there are three types of leave : (a) Casual leave (C. Leave is not a matter of right. 2.) (c) Special Sick Leave (S. Booking controlled for non-officers by their respective Divisions & Headquarters. 3. 8.) (b) Earned Leave (E. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO THE STAFF INSTITUTES & OFFICER¶S CLUB ( For recreational & cultural programs) A. 2/.L.00 per member per month to Rs.Divison for officers. 3. . @ Rs. y Given proportionately for middle of year joining y Max of 6 C. @ Rs.L.L. OFFICERS¶ CLUB: The formula for working out the corporation¶s assistance will continue to be applicable.50 per member per month subject to a minimum of Rs. VARIABLE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO:-1.500 /9. sanctioning authority: Controlling Officer. .L. Booking can be done 3 months in advance..

(c) Minimum 5 days and maximum 90 days. y For > 2 days S. 1st july.m. Can be prefixed. y Not granted more than 4 times in a year. In the event of death of an employee while in service. y No ceiling on accumulation. y All E. ENCASHMENT OF E. 1st october and 1st jan. (C) SPECIAL SICK LEAVE (S. 500/p. INSURANCE SCHEMES. (B) EARNED LEAVE : y Total of 32 earned leave in a year y Earned @ 8 days for each completed quarter of service.: y Encashable portion can be encashed. y ¾ th en cash and 1/4th non encasable.L.p. y Credited at the end of each quarter. July 1988. GRATUITY. 1/. 10/.R. the society shall pay to the legal family member of that employee. Cannot be combined with any other type of leave.C. for a period of 5 years. a sum of Rs. medical certificate has to be given. y Can be availed upto 2 days without medical certificate.m. 10. / Death / Resignation / Retirement. suffixed & sandwiched with public holidays / weekly offs / C. the rate of contribution is Rs. y Credited on 1st of April.L.and should pay for one share of Rs.y y y Will lapse at the end of calender year. He is required to pay an entrance fee of Rs.) y Total of 20 HP or 10 FP in a year.L. (a) Any time (b) Either in part or in full in multiples of five. may become a member under this scheme.L. .(Max 300 ) can be encahed at the time of V. y Earned @5days on half pay per quarter. y Accumulated upto a maximum of 300 . PROVIDENT FUND BENEFITS INDIAN OIL EMPLOYEES WELFARE COOPERATIVE & OTHER SCHEME An employee who is confirmed or has completed 1 year of service in the corporation. which is refundable on cessation of effective membership. y EL encashed = BP+DA. y Can be encashed at the time of super annuation / VR / Death.L. 10/-. y Accrual / reduction: @ 1 day for every 11 day of LWP/duty.

GRATUITY & COMPASSIONATE GRATUITY The provisions of the said Act cover employees under the payment of Gratuity Act. a compensation equivalent to 60 months pay subject to a minimum of Rs.000/.SCHEME OF SELF INSURANCE Upon an employee suffering death or permanent total disability due to an accident arising out of and in the course of employment.Half a month¶s emoluments for completed half year of qualifying service subject to a maximum of 33 times the emoluments provided the amount of gratuity shall in no case exceed 1 lakh rupees. QUANTUM OF GRATUITY Gratuity is paid @15/26 of the monthly emoluments for each completed year of service or part thereof in excess of 6 months subject to maximum of 16. Other Employees are entitled to payment of gratuity under the provision of the company¶s Gratuity scheme.Gratuity equivalent to 6 months emoluments (c) After completion of 5 years but before 20 years of service:Gratuity equal to 12 months emoluments (d) Service of 20 years or more:. 90. provided the service rendered in the corporation os 5 years or more. .Gratuity equal to 2 months emoluments (b) After 1 year before 5 years of service:.5 times of the monthly emoluments of Rs.is payable to the workmen under the Workmen¶s Compensation Act. whichever is more: (a) During 1 year of service:. In case of death. Gratuity is paid as per normal provision or as Worked below.whichever is less. 1972.1923. as per following details. 100000/.

PROVIDENT FUND The eligible employee is required to contribute at the rate of 10% of their basic pay and the company pays DA & matching contribution. Member employees are allowed refundable & non-refundable loans in certain given contingencies. Interest is payable on the accumulation at the rate prescribed from time to time. PF accumulation standing to the credit of the member up to a maximum limit of 90% of such accumulations as on the date of making the request is permissible incase of member retiring from the service of the corporation on Super Annuating within next 12 calender months or after completion of 54 years of age. whichever is later . At present the rate of interest is 12%.

Provident Fund (10) Leaves .C. Facility Financial Assistance to Clubs (Staff Institutes/employees club & Officers Club) (9) Insurance Schemes.T. I have enlisted all the welfare activities of KHERA INSTRUMENTS PVT. LTD COMPANY carried out many welfare facilities for the betterment of the employees and for Community Development. as follows:(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Residential Accommodation Health & Medical care Canteen Education Facilities to Employees Children Transport Facility Loans and Advances L. In this direction various welfare activities are done with addition to basic pay. Gratuity. IT continued to follow & upgrade its efforts at promoting welfare of employees. LTD.CHAPTER-4 ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF WELFARE FACILITIES IN KHERA INSTRUMENTS PVT.

Employees/Officers are allotted quarters on the basis of their grades for which house rent recovery is made which is very nominal(5% of their basic pay).RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION Township is maintained in Khera Instruments .LTD RESIDENTIAL ACCOMODATION Company constructed own accommodation near by the refineries installation and allotted the accommodation to the employees working in the refinery as per their entitlement. free electricity & water supply is also provided by corporation to its employees in township. QUARTER¶S ALLOTMENT: The employee shall be entitled to the allotment of accommodation according to the classification and type of quarter shown. depending mainly upon the priority date and pay groups. In general it is maintained in all organistion.1. GRADE A B C D E F G H I C / IV C / IV D/V D/V D/V D/V D/V D/V D/V I II III IV V VI VII VIII A / I & II A / I & II A / I & II A / I & II A / I & II B / III B / III B / III . KHERA .

On last day they are provided by a kit and those who are in need they are provided with spectacles.IF EMPLOYEE FAILS TO ACCEPT ALLOTMENT: If any employee fails to accept the allotment of the quarter with in three days from the date of receipt of the allotment order or fails to take possession of that quarter within seven days of the date of the allotment. at Swaran Jayanti Hospital. These are as follows:(I) LIST OF NOMINATED HOSPITALS DELHI:- 1. wheel chairs etc. by the C. in any of the Metropolitan City. He shall not be eligible for another allotment until the last person on the waiting list on that date has been allotted a quarter. crutches.M. FOR EMPLOYEES OF MATHURA REFINERY:A patient may be referred to an outside hospital.O. HEALTH & MEDICAL CARE This corporation maintained its hospital in township attached to KHERA INSTRUMENTS. y y y Eye Camps First Examining & then Wind up of those who have to be operated. FOR COMMUNITY µS WELFARE:Family Welfare Camps through Mathura Refinery hospital & District hospital. (a) KALYANAM KAROTI (b) VIKLANG SAHARAK SANSTHAN In these all three hospitals. which is having all the facilities in it. Batra Hospital & Medical Research Center . shoes. only in case where treatment cannot be done in MR hospital. Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (Model Hospital) 2. are given. Employees along with their eligible dependence with them in township are entitled to get the medical attendance from the corporation¶s hospital. y Sponsoring Camps for physically Disabled People in the District. 2. artificial limps.

Swarn Jayanti Samudaik Hospital. Stephen's Hospital Noida Medicare Center Ltd Deepak Memorial Hospital & Medical Research Center Sunder Lal Jain Charitable Hospital Shri Mool Chand Khairati Ram Hospital & Ayurvedic Research Centre MUMBAI:1. Calcutta Medical Research Institute 2. Assembly of God Church Hospital & Research Centre CHENNAI:1. Arivindo Seva Kendra (EEDF). National Hospital 3. 7.G. Asopa¶s Hospital. Gariahat Road 5.3. 4. 2. Agra . G. Agra 2.Hospital. 5. B. 6. Dr. Holy Family Hospital Dr. Mathura AGRA: 1. 10.L. 5. Balabhai Nanavati Hospital Bombay Hospital & Medical Research Centre Jaslok Hospital & Research Centre Breach Candy Hospital & Research Centre Tata Memorial Hospital KOLKATA:1.) 4. 4. Devaki hospital MATHURA: 1. 8. 9.Kapur Memorial Hospital Tirath Ram Shah Hospital St. Methodist Hospital. Vijaya Hospital 2. 3. Mathura 2. Woodland Nursing Home (The East India Clinic Ltd. Ramakrishna Mission Seva Pratisthan 3.

pickle.30 to 1. rice. chapatti. coupon =80paise There are 25 coupons in one coupon book. Snacks coupons COST OF COUPONS Cost of 1 veg.M.30 P.M 10. salad. curry(chole. The canteen facilities availed by 2000 employees. Training) The canteen being run the contract basis period of 23 months. a Contractor is paid & 2 types of coupons are issued to the employees once in a month 1. Dal.00 P. 2. Meal coupons(vegetarian & non-vegetarian) 2. curd/rayta. PROVISION: There are two types of canteens have been provided to the employees 3.1 There are 25 coupons in one coupon book. P&T. Snacks canteen On canteen basis. 20 Cost of 1 non-veg. coupon =Rs. CISF.M Menu of Meals Canteen Lunch Over time lunch Dinner Over time dinner (i) For tiffin/ Thali system One green vegetable. so it cost comes to Rs. Meals canteen 4. or lobhia). so it cost comes to Rs. or ramas. 25 I. papad (ii) For Dry lunch packets . Excise & custom.30 P. CANTEEN As per factory act 1948 welfare facilities such as canteen check& changes will be provided to the workmen those who are performing rotating shift duty by the factory owner.3.M 8. Railways.or pakora curry.30 P. MEALS CANTEEN:(a) Timings 12. (Refineries.

These are as follows: CANTEEN BUILDING . 9.30 A. 26 Jan. SNACKS CANTEEN:Timings 1.30 P.M. (iii) Fruit packet 2 seasonal fruits (4 pieces of each type). namkeen.2 slices of bread. namkeen mixture & sweets.M.30 P. sauce. 2. biscuit. (c) EQUIPMENT & UTENSILS ---These are provided by the management to the contractor without any rent. 6. 5. 10 days.30 P. Rent (b) ELECTRICITY & WATER .e. 1 mithai. (d) RESIDENTIAL ACCOMODATION²The contractor has been provided two B type & two A type quarters in township on market rent. pulav/puri. 15 Aug. bread.M. Menu:.30 A.M. vada.It will be charged @ 1 Rs.M. packed fruit jam. samosa. (A) . boiled Chana.It will be charged @ 1 Rs. dry sabji. salad (iv) Other type of dry lunch packet Chapatti. I Service for rotating shift II Service for rotating shift III service for general shift IV service for rotating shift V service for rotating shifts & overtime VI service for rotating shift.M. FACILITIES TO CANTEEN CONTRACTORS Some Infrastructure facilities have been provided to canteen contractor for smooth & trouble free services. 2 Oct. LEAVE TO CANTEEN WORKERS: y Earned Leave ------y Sick Leave ------y Gazette holidays ------y National holidays ------- 18 days. 9 days. 10.Tea. two seasonal fruits & packed picklel. Per month as a coupon of monthly license free i. Per month as a token of monthly license fee. salad II. dry chole/sabji. 2fruits. butter. pakora.00 A.

It is based on attendance. Provident fund ---11. Uniform 9. Per months.NOTE: y y y y y The medical officer check the quality of food once in a fortnight Canteen officer check food & raw materials on daily basis. He will also check the nails & hairs. To attract such institutions. ---. based on minimum wages) BASE FOR CALCULATION: 9.Rs. the corporation will provide the school building and initial expenditure on furniture and other necessary . ---. Medical Allowance ---13. Apart from the follows:Cleanliness of the building utensils etc. 4.e. entrust the responsibility of developing educational facilities to some educational institutions (Governmental and nonGovernmental) in the respective states. 900 Per annum in summer Rs.The fixed subsidy is providing catering services on monthly basis for preparation and supply of eatables in different location inside / outside battery area (i. Leave encashment ---16. Bonus 12. Per month. PENALITIES: There is a penalty clause for each and every lapse that is observed by the officer in charge. At the rate of 75 Rs. Minimum wages ---10. ---. 150 Per annum in winter. At the rate of 55 Rs. Washing allowance Semi skilled & unskilled. At the rate of 90 Rs.Per months. as far as possible. EDUCATION FACILITIES TO EMPLOYEE¶S CHILDREN BOARD POLICY : Since education is a specialized field requiring specialist experience and know how. 50 Per month. Shift Allowance ---14. the refinery management will. At the rate of 12% minimum wages. PAYMENT: Fixed subsidy -.At the rate of 12% minimum wages. Transportation allowance ---15.Rs. Cleanliness of the cook & services boy.

If the Nursery class is run through the medium of English Then adequate fees should be charged so the 50% of the running expenses of such school could be met from the monthly fees. . 200 per child per month. The corporation may grant subsidy to such a school to a reasonable extent. All the expenses of these schools are bore by the Refinery. The Corporation may start a secondary / high School entrusting its management to outside educational institution. No fee will. through the medium of national or regional language if that is the need and introduced English as one of the subjects from any standard. if the Nursery class is a part of the primary school with the medium of National or regional language. The school fees for English medium school will be on commercial basis so that it can be self-supporting in respect of running expenses. In the management of these schools there are two members from the concerned society and two members are from the Refinery Management. AMOUNT OF ALLOWANCE: Rs.equipments. be charged from the children of employees belonging to SC / ST community. These schools are Delhi Public School governed by DPS society and Kendriya Vidhyalaya governed by KVS society. They charge nominal fees from employees and rest are paid by Refinery. EDUCATION ALLOWANCE: IOCL provides education allowance to the employee¶s children . If such educational institutions are not available or if their services cannot be obtained on reasonable terms. Before 3rd July 1988 this facility was given to all the children of an employee but after that only two child of an employee will get this facility. Primary education through the medium of national language (Hindi) and/or the regional language should be made available to children of employees free of cost. which may be decided from time to time. 500 per child per month (children doing professional courses) SCHOOL IN TOWNSHIP: Mathura refinery is also running two schools look after by Deputy Manager of Corporate Communication Dept. the Corporation alone should undertake the responsibility of running the schools. Rs. The recruitment of teachers over there is looking after by their Sagathan. No fees may be charged from the children in the Nursery Class. depending upon the practice in the respective state.

00 p.00 a.m µB¶ ----------02. Marketing duties for the dependant of the employees as well as CISF. Colleges. Of buses are further utilized for welfare trips such as Schools.m The above 9 No.00 p. subject to availability of funds in the budget. advances & P.m µGeneral Shift¶ ----------08. The sanction of advance can be for purpose of a motor/car (which expression shall include Maruti van/Gypsy/Jeep also)/Motor cycle/ scooter/ Moped/ Scooterette or bicycle. for purchase of conveyance provided the competent authority is satisfied that the possession of a vehicle by an employee will be in the interest of the corporation. TRANSPORT FACILITIES Transport facility is provided in the corporation to its employees to bring them at duty places and drop them back. Employees drawing transport allowance subsidy will not eligible for company¶s.00 a. 6. Stops and points are deciced.m To 05. T.m µC¶ ----------10. Staff¶ ----------09.m To 10. Emergency Advances.m To 05.m To 06. per the Rule.30 p.m To 02. Advances. of Buses have been deployed for transportation of employees from city to Refinery & back.00 p. Conveyance Advances. Those employees are not getting transport allowance subsidy will be eligible for transport facility. ELIGIBILITY: (a). 9 No. TRANSPORTATION OF EMPLOYEES: Mathura Refinery is having 2 Years contract on round the clock basis.5. Bicycle Advances.00 p. The timing of shifts are as under: µA¶ ----------06. for going to DPS or KVS school and drop them back to their residential places. Conveyance Repair Advances. (b).45 a. As .A. LOANS AND ADVANCES: The employees of corporation are entitle to various types of loans & advances like House Loan Advances. Buses for marketing division are also there which provides facility for the wives of IOC¶s Employees if they want to go to market. Time to time buses are provided for their children as well. transport facility.F.00 a. the Corporation may grant Conveyance Advance. Festival advances.m µ Admn.00 p. Medical Advances.

ELIGIBILITY: Conveyance Advance can be granted by the Corporation to permanent employees for purchase of Motor Car/ Motor cycle/ Scooter/ Moped/ Scooterette. AUTHORITY COMPETENT TO SANCTION CONVEYANCE ADVANCE : In case of Headquarters: DGM (A&W) . Motor Cycle. those who apply for motor car/ scooter advance for the first time or had availed of Motor Cycle/ Scooter advance seven years ago shall also be given first priority. MOTER CAR FOR OFFICERS IN GRADE µA¶ Actual cost/ or Rs. 8.000/.(for four wheeler) whichever is less. Officers promoted from in grade µA¶ are entitled to draw car maintenance expenses shall be given second priority if they want to switch over from Scooter/ Motor Cycle to Car. PRIORITIES FOR OFFICERS: 5. FOR NON-OFFICERS(UPTOGRADE VII) : Actual price paid for the vehicle or on the road-controlled price of the new vehicle. FOR NON-OFFICERS(GRADE VIII) : Actual price paid for the vehicle or on the roadcontrolled price of the new vehicle or Rs. 7. MOTOR CAR (FOR OFFICERS IN GRADE µB¶ AND ABOVE) Actual cost limited to and the road controlled price of a new air conditioned/non-airconditioned Car MOTOR CYCLE/ SCOOTER/ MOPED/ SCOOTER For Officers: Actual price paid for the vehicle or on the road-controlled price of the new vehicle whichever is less. Third priority shall be given to those who are applying for conveyance advance for the second time. Scooter/ Moped or a Bicycle. The officers who are entitled for reimbursement of scooter/ motor cycle/ may not be given any priority and their request shall only be considered at the end of the year after demand of all other categories has been met. Similarly. Officers applying for car advance for the first time or had availed of the advance seven years ago and are entitled to draw car maintenance expense shall be given first priority. 80. 2. The employees who have completed their probation period satisfactorily shall be treated as permanent employees for this purpose.00 lakhs. Uniform rules shall be applicable in respect of conveyance advance as purchased is a Motor Car. 6. which ever is less for purchase of Car is admissible.

In case of units:

DGM (HR)

INSTALLMENTS AND RECOVERY MOTOR CAR: The advance sanctioned for the purchase of motor car shall be recovered in not more than 120 equal monthly installments

.MOTOR CYCLE: The advance sanctioned for the purchase of motor cycle/ scooter/ moped/ scooterette shall be recovered in not more than 92 equal monthly installments. FOR SCOOTERS / MOTOR CYCLES: y In case of two-wheeler, it is not admissible. Once a CRA is drawn, no subsequent advance for purchase of a conveyance shall be payable to the officer for a period of three years from the date of drawl of CRA. PAYMENT OF CRA: y An officer eligible to draw CRA shall submit a format application in the prescribed form (Annexure V) to the competent authority giving all necessary details, regarding self and vehicle, relevant to the grant and regulation of CRA duly supported by detailed list of measure jobs to be undertaking on the vehicles and the total estimated cost thereof. y Within 60 days from the date of the advances the officers shall submit to the competent authority the following: (e) Originals of the detailed bill(s) of the garage/ repairers, stipulating the items of work done and individual cost thereof. (f) (g) The officer with a certificate shall endorse each bill that all the items of work build and paid for have actually been carried out. If there is any residual amount left over the differences between the CRA drawn and the total of the bills / receipts submitted in support the same shall be refunded to the corporation forthwith. In case such residual advance exceeds Rs. 500/- interest at 1`% over and above the ruling bank rate will be chargeable on the amount from the date of payment of CRA to the date of refund. Stamped receipts from the garage/ repairers shall be deemed as evidence of payment by officers.

(h)

FESTIVAL ADVANCE: An advance limited to Rs. 4000/- is admissible to all non-officer employees on the eve of important festival, which is interest free and recoverable in not more than 10 equal monthly installments. The advance is admissible only once in calendar year provided the advance taken in the earlier year has been repaid in full.

REPAYMENT OF ADVANCE: The advance shall be interest free and shall be recovered in not more than 10 equal monthly installments. IMPORTANT FESTIVALS : Any such festival as the head of establishment may declare in respect of establishment under his Administrative control. APPLICATION FORMS : The application form for the festival advance should be submitted in the prescribed Performa. ELIGIBILITY: Festival advance amounting to Rs.4,000/- to an non-officers employee shall be admissible only once in a calendar year provided the advance taken in the earlier year has been repaid in full. The advance shall be disbursed and drawn before the commencement of the festival for which the advance is sanctioned.

SANCTIONING AUTHORITY :
In case of Headquarters In case Of units DGM (A&W). DGM (HR).

7.

LEAVE TRAVELLING CONCESSION (L.T.C)

BASIC PRINCIPLES : y y y y To afford assistance to employee serving and places distinct from their homes for journey to their home town. Now, facility extended to anywhere in India. Including family and his dependant parents apart from self. LTC block year starts from odd year e.g. 2001-2002.

Eligibility: y Employees and their family are allowed only once in a block period of 2 years with option of availing the L.T.C. for any place in India. Employees while availing L.T.C. are also re imbursed for local travel actual taxi fare or at twice the entitled rate of local conveyance under TA rules at the sections of commencement and termination of outward and inward journeys, whichever is less

y

y y

LTC admissible to all employees in the approved scales of pay. Employee must complete 1-year continuous service from the date of availing LTC.

FAMILY INCLUDES:-: y y y Spouse Legitimate children who joined before July 88 and who joined after July 88 only, two eldest children. Dependent Parents

LIBERTIES:y Need not accompany the employee during travel. y May visit separate places. y May avail different modes of transport.

Salient features
y y y Frequency ± once in 2 year block (odd year). Destination ± anywhere in India. Class of accommodation. - Non-officer based on BP. - Grade A B C AC two tier. - Grade G and above Flight. Air travel for Andaman and Nicobar Lakshdweep. Auto extension by one year.

y y

Holiday Homes:
y y y y It can be booked for maximum of 10 days except Manali (maximum 15 days). @ Rs. 5/- per day for officers. @ Rs. 2/- per day for non-officers. Booking can be done 3 months in advance. Booking controlled by Mktg.Divison for officers.

2. However.L. Leave is not a matter of right.) (b) Earned Leave (E.) (c) Special Sick Leave (S. sanctioning authority: Controlling Officer. Basically there are three types of leave : (a) Casual leave (C. 13.L.00 per member per month to Rs. 3.per annum instead of the existing Rs. 8.L.000 /. VARIABLE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO:-1. 8.500 /- 9. . in a calendar year with full pay and allowance.L. y Given proportionately for middle of year joining y Max of 6 C.L.y Booking controlled for non-officers by their respective Divisions & Headquarters.) (A) CASUAL LEAVE : y Maximum Ten C. OFFICERS¶ CLUB: The formula for working out the corporation¶s assistance will continue to be applicable. y Will lapse at the end of calender year. STAFF INSTITUTES: The formula for working out the corporation¶s assistance will continue to be applicable. 6. 4. 5. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO THE STAFF INSTITUTES & OFFICER¶S CLUB ( For recreational & cultural programs) A..50 per member per month subject to a minimum of Rs. LEAVES LEAVE RULES 4. the maximum contribution is enhanced from the existing Rs. at a time.

ENCASHMENT OF E.p. / Death / Resignation / Retirement. He is required to pay an entrance fee of Rs. Not granted more than 4 times in a year. medical certificate has to be given. 1st july. 10/. July 1988. y Credited at the end of each quarter. the rate of contribution is Rs.L.: Encashable portion can be encashed. y For > 2 days S.C.and should pay for one share of Rs. (c) Minimum 5 days and maximum 90 days. PROVIDENT FUND OTHER BENEFITS INDIAN OIL EMPLOYEES WELFARE COOPERATIVE SCHEME & An employee who is confirmed or has completed 1 year of service in the corporation. y Can be availed upto 2 days without medical certificate. ¾ th en cash and 1/4th non encasable. 10. SCHEME OF SELF INSURANCE . a sum of Rs. y Earned @5days on half pay per quarter. 1/.y y Can be prefixed. Credited on 1st of April. INSURANCE SCHEMES. for a period of 5 years. 10/-. (B) EARNED LEAVE : y y y y y y y y Total of 32 earned leave in a year Earned @ 8 days for each completed quarter of service. suffixed & sandwiched with public holidays / weekly offs / C.L. 500/. Accrual / reduction: @ 1 day for every 11 day of LWP/duty.(Max 300 ) can be encahed at the time of V. GRATUITY. the society shall pay to the legal family member of that employee. y y (C) SPECIAL SICK LEAVE (S.) y Total of 20 HP or 10 FP in a year. which is refundable on cessation of effective membership.p.L.m.m.L. y No ceiling on accumulation.R. (a) Any time (b) Either in part or in full in multiples of five. EL encashed = BP+DA. Cannot be combined with any other type of leave. All E. 1st october and 1st jan.L. Accumulated upto a maximum of 300 . In the event of death of an employee while in service. y Can be encashed at the time of super annuation / VR / Death. may become a member under this scheme.

whichever is less. 90.000/. 100000/. 1972. GRATUITY & COMPASSIONATE GRATUITY The provisions of the said Act cover employees under the payment of Gratuity Act. In case of death. Gratuity is paid as per normal provision or as Worked below.is payable to the workmen under the Workmen¶s Compensation Act. a compensation equivalent to 60 months pay subject to a minimum of Rs. as per following details.1923.Gratuity equivalent to 6 months emoluments (c) After completion of 5 years but before 20 years of service:.Gratuity equal to 2 months emoluments (b) After 1 year before 5 years of service:.Half a month¶s emoluments for completed half year of qualifying service subject to a maximum of 33 times the emoluments provided the amount of gratuity shall in no case exceed 1 lakh rupees. provided the service rendered in the corporation os 5 years or more.Upon an employee suffering death or permanent total disability due to an accident arising out of and in the course of employment.5 times of the monthly emoluments of Rs. Other Employees are entitled to payment of gratuity under the provision of the company¶s Gratuity scheme. QUANTUM OF GRATUITY Gratuity is paid @15/26 of the monthly emoluments for each completed year of service or part thereof in excess of 6 months subject to maximum of 16.Gratuity equal to 12 months emoluments (d)Service of 20 years or more:. whichever is more: (a) During 1 year of service:. .

PF accumulation standing to the credit of the member up to a maximum limit of 90% of such accumulations as on the date of making the request is permissible incase of member retiring from the service of the corporation on Super Annuating within next 12 calender months or after completion of 54 years of age. whichever is later .PROVIDENT FUND The eligible employee is required to contribute at the rate of 10% of their basic pay and the company pays DA & matching contribution. Member employees are allowed refundable & non-refundable loans in certain given contingencies. Interest is payable on the accumulation at the rate prescribed from time to time. At present the rate of interest is 12%.

ltd.1 CONCLUSION: On the basis of survey conducted In khera instruments pvt. which helps in motivating the employees and getting good work done by the employees.. . we conclude that:-- Khera Intruments Pvt. entitled on employees welfare. Ltd.is providing good welfare facilities for the employees but some of the employee who are still shown there dissatisfaction may be counseled and their grievances must be redressed to achieve 100% satisfaction level. So it is concluded that Khera Instruments Pvt. is providing most of the Welfare facilities to its employees in a satisfactory manner. Ltd.CHAPTER -5 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 5.

5. \ y LIMITED AREA: Some of the welfare measure were applicable only inside the battery area . y UNCOVERING:To make Questionnaire of manageable size. .2 LIMITION OF THE STUDY: All the employees were extremely helpful. But then also there were certain limitations in the study. because of their own duties and responsibilities for the company. some of the inputs related to welfare measures could not be dealt upon. Boiler Suits. Helmets etc. They are as follows:- y TIME CONSTRAINT: Although the HR officers were willing to help the trainees as much as possible but in spite of that they could not devote much of their office time to us regularly. y CONFIDENTIALITY: Confidentiality regarding cooperation policies was also a hindrance in the study.Eg. Safety Shoes .

Manager (A&W) y y y y y y y HR Training Coordinator:- Mr. Vikas Garg . . Officer (ER) Mr. Saini.Pradeep Mishra. Senior Manager Mr.Tandon. Officer (A&W) BOOKS REFERRED: y Human Resource Management.D. Harcharan. Dalip Singh.M. Manager (H&A) Mr.S. DM (ER) Mr. V. Gautam. Rohit Khanna. Vijay Mohan. (By L. & Personal Management. Anshuman Bhattacharya. R. DM (ER) Mr. SO (A&W) Mr. Mehta. K.B.CTRM Mr. Prasad) (By Ashwathapa) y Human resource Management. S.REFERENCES y y y y y Mr.K.S.Nair. Officer (A&W) Mr. Manager M(A&W) Mr. SO (A&W) Mr.U.K. Offcier-Training Mr. Triloki Nath Tangar.

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WATER & RENT A A B B C C D D E E .Semi-Satisfied E. y y y y y y AVAILABILITY OF SPECIALISTS NO. RESIDENTIAL ACCOMODATION y y MAINTAINENCE OF QUARTERS RATE OF ELECTRICITY.Can¶t Say D.Somewhat Dissatisfied C. by encircling your option. A. OF QUALIFIED DOCTORS AVAILABILITY OF MEDICINE OPD INDOOR ACTIVITIES HOUSE KEEPING HOSPITALS A B C D E A B C D E A B C D E A B C D E A B C D E A B C D E 3. MEDICAL FACILITIES RENDERED AT KHERA INSTRUMENTS PVT.Fully Satisfied 1. Ltd. CANTEEN y y y y y y QUALITY OF FOOD VARIETY OF FOOD DRINKING WATER FACILITIES CATERING SERVICES DISTRIBUTION OF COUPONS TIME SCHEDULE OF SERVICES A B C D E A B C D E A B C D E A B C D E A B C D E A B C D E 2.ANNEXURE QUESTIONNAIRE:(A study of welfare Facilities for the Employees in khera Instruments Pvt. LTD.Extremely Dissatisfied B. New Delhi) Personal Profile: NAME:AGE:NATURE OF JOB:DESIGNATION:You are requested to give your opinion on each question on a 5 point basis.

WORKING CONDITIONS PROVIDED TO YOU AT KHERA INSTRUMENTS PVT. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH THE L.T.y y LOCATION AVAILABLE IN QUARTERS GRADE BASIS ALLOTMENT OF QUARTERS A A B B C C D D E E 4. OF BUSES SCHEDULE & ROUTE A A A B B B C C C D D D E E E 6. RECREATION y y y RECREATION FACILITY AT EMPLOYEES CLUB INDOOR & OUTDOOR GAMES CULTURAL PROGRAMMES A B C D E A B C D E A B C D E 5.C. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH THE HOBBY CLASSES PROVIDED TO THE LADIES & CHILDREN DURING THE SUMMER VACATIONS? A B C D E 9. . FACILITY PROVIDED BY THE COMPANY ? A B C D E 8. TRANSPORT y y y CONDITION OF NO. CONVEYANCE y CONVEYANCE ADVANCE & ALLOWANCE A B C D E 10. LTD. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH THE FURNITURE LOAN OR FURNITURE HIRE? A B C D E 6. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH THE EDUCATION PROVIDED TO THE EMPLOYEES CHILDREN IN TOWNSHIP? A B C D E 7.

ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR JOB PERFORMANCE? A B C D E 13. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH THE MONTHLY REMUNERATION YOU GET IN THE COMPANY ? A B C D E 14. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH THE ORGANISATION CULTURE? A B C D E 15. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH THE IMPLIMENTATION OF LATEST TECHNOLOGY ADOPTED BY THE COMPANY ? A B C D E .y y y y y OFFICE ACCOMODATION CHECK & CHANGE ROOM SUPPORT/GUIDANCE FROM SENIORS OFFICE EQUIPMENTS & TOOLS WORKING ATMOSPHERE A A A A A B B B B B C C C C C D D D D D E E E E E 12.

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