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ASHOK LEYLAND LTD,
Ennore Unit, Chennai
25th Aug 2010 – 14th October 2010 (Wednesdays and Thursdays)
Submitted on -14-10-10 Done by- Jasmine Raichel .U Iyr, M.A(HRM) Department of Human Resourse Management, Madras School of Social Work , Egmore,Chennai
I would also like to thank all the Employees of Ashok Leyland Ennore unit for taking us project trainees under their wings and making us feel at home. Personnel and Mr. I would like to thank Mr. I would like to thank my Principal and faculty members for their tireless efforts in ensuring a smooth flow to the whole process..HR.Acknowledgments I would like to thank Ashok Leyland Ennore Plant for providing me with this wonderful learning opportunity. Personnel for their guidance and support. I would like to thank the management of Madras School of Social Work for bringing out such an innovative element to the syllabus and giving the students an on the job exposure. Div Mgr.Rathinasabapathi. HR Officer. . Finally I would like to thank my fellow project trainees for being outstanding colleagues and friends. Shankaranarayanan.
Introduction The trainee was referred to the organization. The trainee thanks the management of Ashok Leyland for this wonderful opportunity.Thank you all once again. Ennore Unit by the Madras School of Social Work for field work spanning over a spread of 3 months where in the trainee had to report every week on Wednesdays and Thursdays for a total of 28 days in this 3 months. The trainee commenced his field work at the concern on July 7th and ended his field work on 7th of October. Ashok Leyland. the trainee had a very good exposure to the various responsibilities of the HR department. In this span of 3 months. .
4 billion (2008-09) 11.Organization Profile Industry Founded Headquarters Automotive 1948 Chennai. Shahaney. Hinduja . Tamil Nadu. Vinod Dasari. Automobiles Engines US$ 1.500 Hinduja Group Ennore foundries Limited Automotive Coaches and Components Limited Gulf-Ashley Motors Limited Ashley Holdings Limited Ashley Investments Limited Ashley Design and Engineering Services (ADES) Avia Ashok Leyland Ashok Leyland Project Services Limited Key people Products Revenue Employees Parent Subsidiaries . J. D. P. G. Hinduja . India R. R. Seshasayee. S.
as well as emergency and military vehicles. more people than the entire Indian rail network. Founded in 1948. Ashok Leyland is a market leader in the bus segment.000 vehicles and about 7.The company claims to carry over 60 million passengers a day. the company is one of India's leading manufacturers of commercial vehicles.000 engines annually. BSE: 500477) is a commercial vehicle manufacturing company based in Chennai. Operating six plants. Ashok Leyland also makes spare parts and engines for industrial and marine applications.Lanka Ashok Leyland About the organization Ashok Leyland (NSE: ASHOKLEY. such as trucks and buses. With passenger transportation options ranging from 19 seaters to 80 seaters. It is the second largest commercial vehicle company in India in the medium and heavy commercial vehicle (M&HCV) segment with a market share of 28% (2007–08). India. In the trucks segment Ashok Leyland primarily concentrates on the 16 . It sells about 60.
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. The joint venture announced with Nissan Motors of Japan would improve its presence in the Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) segment (<7. an industrialist. sold in large numbers to . The company was renamed and started manufacturing commercial vehicles in 1955 with equity participation by British Leyland. a Britishbased and Indian originated transnational conglomerate. However Ashok Leyland has presence in the entire truck range starting from 7. persuaded Mr. Early products included the Leyland Comet bus which was a passanger body built on a truck chassis.5 tons to 49 tons. Today the company is the flagship of the Hinduja Group.5 tons).ton to 25 ton range of trucks. History Following the independence of India.Raghunandan Saran. The company began in 1948 as Ashok Motors. India’s first Prime Minister. to assemble Austin cars. to enter automotive manufacture.
The more comprehensive ISO 9001 certification came in 1994. the Comet was operated by every State Transport Undertaking in India. India. In 1968. South Korea and Germany. . Ashok Leyland reached a major milestone in 1993 when it became the first in India's automobile history to win the ISO 9002 certification. The Comet was soon joined in production by a version of the Leyland Tiger. but was restarted by Ashok Leyland in India. and over 8. The Ashok Leyland Titan was very successful. QS 9000 in 1998 and ISO 14001 certification for all vehicle manufacturing units in 2002. By 1963. Travancore State Transport.Editor’s note: This is part of a series of articles peeking into clean car industries and car manufacturers of China. and continued in production for many years. In 2006. In the journey towards global standards of quality. including Hyderabad Road Transport.000 were in service. production of the Leyland Titan ceased in Britain.many operators. Bombay State Transport and Delhi Road Transport Authority. Ashok Leyland became the first automobile company in India to receive the TS16949 Corporate Certification. Ahmedabad Municipality.
An Ashok Leyland-Nissan joint venture produced light commercial vehicles (LCVs) from the former's Hosur facility near Bangalore as well as from Renault-Nissan's car plant near Chennai Current status Inter-city luxury busAshok Leyland is the second technology leader in the commercial vehicles sector of India behind Tata Motors. Ashok Leyland was already producing low-emission vehicles. Back in 1997. Ashok Leyland has developed Hythane engines. When it comes to the development of environmentally friendly technologies.In fact. The clinic checks vehicles for emission levels. even before laws were placed on car emissions. they have already released buses with quiet engines and low pollutant emission based on the CNG technology. recommends remedies and offers tips on maintenance and care. Ashok Leyland has also launched a mobile emission clinic that operates on highways and at entry points to New Delhi. In 2002 it developed the first hybrid electric vehicle. This work will help generate valuable data and garner insight that will guide further development. The history of the company has been punctuated by a .
000 vehicles per annum. Selling 54.431 medium and heavy vehicles in 200809. Egypt and South Africa. which have since become industry norms. Ashok Leyland is India's largest exporter of medium and heavy duty trucks. The annual turnover of the company was USD 1.number of technological innovations. The company has increased its rated capacity to 105. The company has also maintained its profitable track record for 60 years. Ghana. .000 employees working in 6 factories and offices spread over the length and breadth of India. the company launched the country’s first CNG bus and in 2002. It is also one of the largest private sector employers in India .with about 12. It was the first to introduce multi-axled trucks. In 1997. It already has a sizable presence in African countries like Nigeria.4 billion in 2008-09. full air brakes and a host of innovations like the rear engine and articulated buses in India. Also further investment plans including putting up two new plants .one in Uttarakhand in North India and a bus body building unit in middle-east Asia are fast afoot. developed the first Hybrid Electric Vehicle.
r. As part of this global strategy. with Alteams in Finland for high pressure die casting and recently. The newly acquired company has been named Avia Ashok Leyland Motors s. Trainee’s role (Work Done) 1. The Hinduja Group also bought out IVECO's indirect stake in Ashok Leyland in 2007. The promoter shareholding now stands at 51%. This gives Ashok Leyland a foothold in the highly competitive European truck market. . the company acquired Czech Republic-based Avia's truck business. 2. with John Deere for construction equipment. Briefing about the HR dept structure.Ashok Leyland has also entered into some significant partnerships. seizing growth opportunities offered by diversification and globalization – with Continental Corporation for automotive infotronics. Quiz program question preparation.o.
15.Mohan. 16. 6. . HR information system write up. 8. Insurance database updating. Briefing about the IR activities. Briefing about the CSR activities. 12. Briefing about the insurance schemes and read the standing order of AL. Briefing about the FLP(Future Leadership program) & DLCP (Development linked career plan). 5. 4. Briefing about Time Office. Screening & Sorting of the resumes . Met Mr. 9. 10 Briefing about the various methods of training programs . Briefing about the welfare activities. 7. Visited various shop floors 14. 13. 11.3. Briefing about the organization structure. IR head to get to know about the IR system. Briefing about recruitment policy.
Conclusion . 2. 4. 6.Learnings 1. Learned about the various training programs given to the employees. 5. Learned about Welfare activities in Ashok Leyland . 3. Learned about Employee engagement programs. 7. 8. Learned how to screen the employee resumes based on their qualifications & experience. Learned about Recruitment policy and Performance Appraisal System. Learned about attendance marking and shift working. Learned about Insurance database creation. Learned about CSR activities at Ashok Leyland.
Once again the trainee would like to thank the organization for this wonderful experience.The trainee finished with his field work at the organization on 14th October. It was indeed a wonderful learning experience and the trainee learnt a lot and definitely got a head start for continuing his learning in the same vigor in his next field work and internship organizations. 2010. .
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