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Recruitment And Training

Procedure

Name: Pragya Tiwari


Semester: V
Course: BBA
Roll No: 165901005020
Project Guide: Ms. Varsha Gupta
Introduction:
• Recruitment is the process of seeking out and
attempting individuals in external labour
market.

• Types of recruitment :
Planned
Unexpected
Anticipated
About the company:
BHEL is the Largest engineering and manufacturing
enterprise In the field of heavy electrical in India
 Among the leading power plant Equipment
manufacturers in the world.
 Has a product presence in core sector like Power,
Transportation, Industry, Telecommunications, Oil
and gas, Defence, Non-conventional energy
resources.
 BHEL has 14 manufacturing plants 150 project sites
Countrywide and abroad.
Certificate:
Objectives:
• To know about the recruitment and training policies followed by
the company.
• To know about the recruitment schemes of the company.
• To gather the information about the process of implementation
of the schemes in BHEL.
• To gather the information about the structure of the schemes in
BHEL.
• To know about the rules and regulations followed by the
company for various policies and schemes.
• To know about the effectiveness of the schemes for both the
employees and the organisation.
Limitations:
• The data was collected during the working hours,
employees were busy in their routine work so they were
less responsive.
• The date is collected from the permanent and casual
employees and hence the opinion of contract employees
is not collected.
• Inadequacy of time was a major limiting factor faced by
researchers.
Research Methodology:
 Research : the advanced learner’s dictionary of current
English lay down the meaning of research as a careful
investigation or enquiry specially through search for new
facts in any branch of knowledge.

 RESEARCH DESIGN:
Data Collection:
There may be different types of information and data
some of the information may be published while some is
un published some is complete or incomplete and some
is reliable and some is biased.
Types of Data:
 PRIMARY DATA:
• Primary data is being collected during the course of asking
questions by Doing survey. It is obtain either through respondent,
either through questionnaire, or through personal interview. I have
collected primary data through questionnaires.

 SECONDARY DATA:
• It is already available in the form of print material website, journal,
etc. So, I got information from newspaper and books.

 RESEARCH INSTRUMENT: the process of collecting observation


from the element from the element of a large population may be
expensive, time consuming and difficult, it will be cheaper and
quicker to collect information from a sample plan and population.
 SAMPLE FRAME:
Employees of BHEL Jhansi.

SAMPLE SIZE:
The larger the sample the more accurate the result would
be. Britain’s most feasible to survey the entire target
population and even the substantial portion of it. In this
project, being aware of time and constraints sample size
was 50 employees was surveyed.
Types of Research Used:
Work Done:
 VISITING :

1. TRANSFORMER
COMMERCIAL (TRC)

2. TRANSFORMER
ENGINEERING (TRE)
 POWER TRANSFORMER
 SPECIAL TRANSFORMER

3. FABRICATION
 BAY-0
 BAY-1
 BAY-2

4. OTHER BAY’S
 BAY-3
 MACHINE SECTION
 COPPER SECTION
 TOOLING SECTION
• BAY- 4
▫ TYPES OF WINDING
▫ TYPES OF COIL
• BAY- 5
▫ SLITTING MACHINE
▫ CNC CROPPING LINE
PNEUMATIC
▫ CNC CROPPING LINE
HYDRAULIC
• BAY- 6
• BAY- 7
▫ INSULATION SHOP
• BAY- 8
▫ INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMER
▫ ESP TRANSFORMER
• BAY- 9
▫ POWER TRANSFORMER ARE
ASSEMBELED
5. STORE
6. LOCOMOTIVE PRODUCTION (LMP)
7. LOCOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING (LMM)
8. TECHNOLOGY
9. CENTRAL QUALITY SERVICE
Questionnaire:
• Is the organization doing timeliness recruitment and selection
process?
 Yes
 No

• How would you rate the HR department’s performance in


recruitment and selection ?
 Poor
 Adequate
 Excellent

• Does HR provides an adequate pool of quality applicants?


 Yes
 No
Serial No. Response Number of Response Percentage
A YES 18 90
B NO 2 10

Timely Recruitment

YES
NO
Serial No. Response Number of Response Percentage
A Poor 12 12
B Adequate 70 70
C Excellent 18 18

HR Department's Performance in
Recruitment

Poor
Adequate
Excellent
Findings:
o BHEL follows the recruitment and training policies effectively and
efficiently the timeframe provided by the BHEL to give the ample
training to the employees so that the time of accidents and death
cases is very less.

o BHEL personnel procedures and information regarding internal


circulars work communicated to the workers at the right time and
it is be easily available the relation between the management and
employees was formed quite cooperative and constructive in
nature.

o BHEL employees were very satisfied with the current schemes.


Suggestions:
• Create the department of grievance handling department
among the workers to increase productivity.

• Trade union must organise training programme for


workers which can increase their level of awareness and
develop them for more advance technology.

• Personal benefits by the union leader and functional


foreman should be abolished.
Methods Used:
1) Experiments
2) Questionnaires
3) Case Study
4) Observational Trials
References:
 www.bhel.com
 www. google.com
 www.wikipedia.com
 Journal of TOI
 Reservation in service [pdf]
 Blogs and Articles on BHEL
Thank You