STORE LOADING / UNLOADING ( 1ST JUNE TO 30TH JUNE , 2008

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SUBMITTED TO : -MR. D. NARANG (Divisional Head—M.E.)

SUBMITTED BY :
MR. RAVINDRA KUMAR B-TECH BRANCH : MECHANICAL YEAR : 3RD YEAR

ABES

ENGINEERING COLLEGE

ACADEMY OF BUSINESS & ENGINEERING SCIENCES
19th Km,Stone,Delhi-Hapur By Pass Road,NH-24,Vijay Nagar Ghaziabad -201009 (UP) Ph. : 0120 – 2840112 /13 /14 ,2843540 , Fax : 0120-2840115 Website: http://www.abes.ac.in , E-mail : info@abes.ac.in

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The satisfaction that accompanies the successful completion of any task would be incomplete without acknowledging the people whose ceaseless co-operation ,constant guidance and encouragement crown all the effort with success. This report has been written after a lot of dedication and handwork through a whole month . Motivation and contribution of many people while writtig this report cannot be left unnoticed. I am grateful to Mr. D. Narang , Mr. Richi Bansal, Mr. Navneet Kr. and to Mrs. Surabhi for their continued guidance and encouragement. Finally I wish to thank the Store operators for their co-operation.

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PURPOSE OF INTERSHIP

The importance of practical on the job training in the industry for engineering student can not be over-emphasized. Industrial Training indisputably plays the most important role in an engineering student’s life to make him a successful engineer. It provides the students with an opportunity to gain valuable experience on the practical knowledge. At ABES engineering college Ghaziabad, great emphasis is laid on the practical on the job training and industrial training is an integral part of the cirriculam.This 4-weeks industrial summer training (1st June to 30th July,2008) , after the sixth semester,is in-built into the BTech Program.

Yamaha made its initial foray into India in 1985. Since then. it has introduced an entire range of 2-stroke and 4-stroke . bringing the Indian operations under its complete control as a 100% subsidiary of Yamaha Motor Co. However. it entered into a 50:50 joint venture with the Escorts Group in 1996. Ltd. The company pioneered the volume bike segment with the launch of its 100 cc 2-stroke motorcycle RX 100. Yamaha acquired its remaining stake as well. Ltd. With a strong workforce of 2000 employees. India Yamaha Motor operates from its state-of-the-art-manufacturing units at Faridabad in Haryana and Surajpur in Uttar Pradesh and produces motorcycles both for domestic and export markets.. Subsequently. India Yamaha Motor is highly customer-driven and has a countrywide network of over 400 dealers.About India Yamaha Motor Pvt. Japan. in August 2001.

. proactive design & innovative technology. Alba (106cc) and Gladiator (125cc). Vision Yamaha will establish YAMAHA as the "exclusive & trusted brand" of customers by "creating Kando" (touching their hearts) . Their innovative solutions will always exceed the changing needs of our customers and provide value added vehicles.bikes in India. focusing on serving our customer where we can build long term relationships by raising their lifestyle through performance excellence. Presently. . it will conduct our business ethically and socially in a responsible manner with concerns for the environment. Grow through continuously innovating our business processes for creating value and knowledge across our customers thereby earning the loyalty of our partners & increasing our stakeholder value. thriving in a climate for action and delivering results.the first time and every time with world class products & services delivered by people having "passion for customers". As a good corporate citizen. Mission Yamaha is committed to: Be the Exclusive & Trusted Brand renowned for marketing and manufacturing of YAMAHA products. its product portfolio includes Crux (100cc). . Here employees are the most valuable assets and we intend to develop them to achieve international level of professionalism with progressive career development. Build the Winning Team with capabilities for success.

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1955 48. multi-purpose engines. sail boats. racing karts. outboard motors. 2007 to December 31.019 (as of December 31. 2007) 1. 2008) Takashi Kajikawa Employees 46. generators.Founded Capital President July 1. 2007) (Consolidated) Parent: 799. 2007 to December 31.756.850 (as of December 31. electro-hybrid bicycles. water pumps. golf cars.209 million yen (from January 1. utility boats.707 million yen Sales (from January 1. scooters. boats. 2007) (Consolidated) Parent: 9. side-by-side vehicles. 4-wheel ATVs. diesel engines.302 million yen (as of March 31. pools. Water Vehicles. fishing boats. . 2007) Sales (%) by product category (consolidated) Sales Profile Sales (%) by region (consolidated) Sales (%) by product category (consolidated) Sales Profile Sales (%) by region (consolidated) Major Products Manufacture and sales of motorcycles.

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The history of Yamaha is a history of unending “challenges” YEAR 1955 1959 1960 1963 Mile Stones Yamaha Motor Co.. Ltd. Ltd. S. was founded with Genichi Kawakami as the first President Kitagawa Motor Co... joins Yamaha Motor group. (YMMEX) founded Chongqing-Jianshe Yamaha Motorcycle Co. (YMF) founded Yamaha Motor de Mexico. Ltd founded in Thailand First Yamaha FRP fishing boat "3rd Fuji Maru" built First Yamaha multipurpose engine model "MT100" released First Yamaha motorcycle mounting a 4-stroke engine "XS1" released First Yamaha portable generator model "ET1250" released First Yamaha racing kart model "RC100" released First Yamaha golf car model "YG292" released First Yamaha industrial robot model. Ltd.S. Yamaha International Corporation (YIC) founded in U. (CJYM) founded in China Yamaha Motor Austria GmbH (YMAG) founded Yamaha Motor Hungaria Kft. de C. bringing Yamaha into the health and welfare industry Urban commuter motorcycle "Majesty YP250" released "Environment 2000 Plan" announced Yamaha is first domestic manufacturer to be awarded international ISO9002 1964 1965 1969 1970 1973 1975 1976 1978 1986 1987 1991 1992 1993 1995 1996 . an "arc welding robot" released First Yamaha marine diesel "MD35" released First Yamaha land car model "G1-AD" released First Yamaha snow-thrower model "YT665" released First Yamaha personal watercraft (PWC) "MJ-500T" released First Yamaha-made surface mounter "21 Series" released First Yamaha gas heat pump (GHP) model "YGC401W" released Yamaha Motor France S.A. (YMH) founded Regionally limited release of the electro-hybrid bicycle "PAS" Wheelchair electric power unit "JW-I" released. First Yamaha outboard motor "P-7" released Nationwide Yamaha Kai (authorized dealership organization) launched Pearl Yamaha founded in India as tie-up with local funding & starts production and sales of mopeds Siam Yamaha Co..V.A.

snowmobiles. ATVs Y's Gear Co. Ltd. ___________________________________________________________________ . Shizuoka. Founded PT. Ltd. (YMAC) founded in Thailand Yamaha builds temporary pool "Suimu 21" for the main competition pool of the 9th World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka. Ltd. (YDS) founded Yamaha Motor Co.as research&development center for YMC's bio-technology business Motorcycle manufacturing factory Yamaha Motor Manufacturing West Java (YMMWJ) founded in Indonesia Compliance Promotion Committee established.. Ltd.. Yamaha Motor Nuansa Indonesia (YMNI) founded 2010 Environmental Action Plan "Eco Cite YAMAHA" announced Yamaha Motor Asian Center Co. Japan Limited regional release of the electric commuter motorcycle "Passol" Yamaha Motor Distribution Singapore Pte..1997 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 certification for motorcycles. Moscow Representative Office opened in Russia Start of "YAMAHA CCS 21 Campaign" Sales company Yamaha Motor CIS (YMCIS) founded in Russia Life Science Laboratory opened in Fukuroi..

3 WORK SAMPLING AT GATE . WEEK .1 ITEM OR PART LOADING / UNLOADING STUDY AT GATE NO -12 WEEK .All the departments relevant to a mechanical engineering engineering student were covered.11 . The table below shows the departments and the time spent there.2 ITEM OR PART LOADING / UNLOADING STUDY AT GATE NO -11 WEEK .SCHEDULE A schedule was provided to me which specified the different departments that I was supposed to work in the project to be done at YMI.4 WORK SAMPLING AT GATE .12 WEEK .

After loading the trolly. No Vendors members are allowed to enter in the store room. There are different types of trollies used as depends on the parts weight .it had to be discontinued due to certain scheduling constraints. PROCEDURE : Mainly Trollies and conveyors are used to shift the parts as its destination.PROJECT – STORES OBJECTIVE : TO OBSERVE THE PROCEDURE OF LOADING / UNLOADING OF INCOMING PARTS AND MANPOWER CONSUMPTION BY RECORDING THE DATA AT THE DIFFERENT GATES OF THE STORE .The delievery of parts or item plays a very important role in the overall objective of timily delievery. . size and shapes. There are inspectors and supervisors requires at each gate. CONCLUSION : The project was a great learning experience as it taught me the importance of manpower involvement in time concept used in shifting parts. There is only involvement of two men in the above activities.Two mens are necessary in loading / unloading and provide movement to the loaded trolly. it is unloaded at required place.Even though this project was turning out to be a great learning experience.

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PRODUCTS OF YAMAHA Motorcycles • • • • • • • • • • Yamaha Alba Yamaha Frog Yamaha Libero Yamaha Gladiator Yamaha Mest Yamaha Eccy Yamaha Passol Yamaha EC-02 Yamaha Passol-L Yamaha Yz85 Wheelchairs • • • JW Active JW-IB Nesquick sponsored Race chair Wheelchair upgrade parts • • • • Mopeds • • • • • • • • • • • • • JWX-1 JW-II JW-I Wetard chair 85 Yamaha PAS(Nickel metal hydride battery) PAS Lithium (Lithium ion battery) PAS Business (Ni-Cd battery) Yamaha YQ50 Aerox R Yamaha Jog Yamaha Jog R Yamaha Neo's Yamaha BW'S Yamaha FS1 (Yamaha FS1E) Yamaha Lagend Yamaha DT50 Yamaha TZR Yamaha QT50 All-Terrain Vehicles • • • • • • • • • • • • BW80 / 200 / 350 YFZ450 Raptor 80 / 350 / 660 / 700\ Blaster 200 Banshee 350 Warrior 350 Bruin 350 Kodiak 400 / 450 Grizzly 80 / 125 / 350 / 400 / 450/ 600 / 660 / 700 Big Bear 400 Wolverine 350 / 450 Tri-Z 250 Golf carts Yamaha G1 Yamaha Drive Personal Watercraft • Current line-up • • • • • WaveRunner Bravo Apex Attack Nytro FX Nytro .

• • • • • Phazer (4th Generation) RS Rage RS Vector RS Venture VK Professional • • • • • • YT-1080ED YT-1080EX YT-1290EX YT-1290EXR YS-1390A YS-1390AR Significant previously produced models • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Bravo coRy Enticer Exciter Phazer (1st-3rd Generations) Mountain Max RX-1 SnoScoot Sno Sport SRV 540 SRX SRX 440 SX R SX Viper/Venom Venture VK 540 VMAX VMAX SX Vmax Vmax-4 Remote-controlled helicopters • • Yamaha R-50 Yamaha R-MAX Outboard motors • • • • 4 stroke series 4 stroke jet drive series 2 stroke V6 2 stroke portable / mid range Kart engines KT series 2 stroke • • • • • • • KT100SD KT100SC KT100SEC KT100SP KT100J KT100AX KT100A2 Snowblowers • • • • • • YT-600E YT-600ED YT-660EDJ YS-870 YS-870J YS-1070 __________________________________ Table : Item descriptions when loading / unloading the trolly -- .

Head Chain Carburettor Assy. Bearing Wire Throttle . CARTON BOX PLASTIC BINS No. Stator Assy.2 Arm Valve Rocker Rotor Assy. Cut Pump Assy.No. Panil Cover Clutch Assy.GATE NO:—12 S. Gear Primary Drive Pin Crank Front Flasher Light Assy. OF TRUCKS/DAY 1 5 3 2 3 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 3 1 1 2 2 Continue .1 Lock Valve Spring Retainer Screw Valve Gear Drive Gear 2nd Pinion Gear 3rd Wheel Nut Starting Motor Assy. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 ITEM NAME Graphic Crank case Head Light Assy.1 Wire Stator Guide Support . Lable Warning Turning Fork Mark -3 Ring Emblam Yamaha GSKI Cyl. Seat Fender Scroope & Guide Air Ferk Shift .

GATE NO. Stator Assy. Seat Fender Scroope & Guide Air Ferk Shift . Head Chain Carburettor Assy.2 Arm Valve Rocker Rotor Assy. OF PERSON UNLOADI NG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Graphic Crank case Head Light Assy.No.1 Lock Valve Spring Retainer Screw Valve Gear Drive Gear 2nd Pinion Gear 3rd Wheel Nut Starting Motor Assy. Bearing Wire Throttle . ITEM NAME PARTS CATEGORY SMALL MEDIUM LARGE UNLOADING TIME/BOX NO.1 Wire Stator Guide Support . . Lable Warning Turning Fork Mark -3 Ring Emblam Yamaha GSKI Cyl. Panil Cover Clutch Assy.12 S. Gear Primary Drive Pin Crank 4 5 6 4 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 2 3 4 3 4 3 5 6 2 3 4 6 3 5 4 3 3 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 . Cut Pump Assy.

35 Front Flasher Light Assy. 3 2 .

Rectifier Regular Assy.(5TS) CDI Unit Assy. Tail Light Panel.3R) Hose.2 Carton Cradet Box Box Plastic Bins No.LH sub assy.Table : Item descriptions when loading / unloading the trolly -( Type of boxes. Stay Protector Pin W/Hole Gaslate CDI Unit Assy. Lisence holder Brake Hose.Bend 1 Disk Brake FR.of Box/ Trolly 40 36 8 4 4 20 40 12 2 7 10 2 3 5 18 20 21 37 1 3 1 10 12 24 17 2 2 100 34 75 continue . no of truck and no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 ITEM NAME Reels Protector Foot Rest. of Trucks 2 2 1 2 2 3 2 1 2 2 3 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 2 3 1 3 1 No.2 Cover meter (0.Inner 2 Assist Grip Pedal .RH Fuel Cock Assy.2 Stopper. No.2W) Stand side BRKT. Pipe..3 Stay Plate Plate Rg. Brake Under Cover Assy. of box per trolly GATE NO:—11 S. Hose Clamp Assy.(5YY) W/H Nut Lid (5DG) Stay 1 (0.1 Protector Foot Rest.

Footrest 1 (5US) Stay (35B1) Alloy Wheels Change Pedal Assy.1 R/R F/L Assy.1 R/R F/L Assy.31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Mirror Tank Recovery Air Filter Assy..Chain.1 (35B) Chase. (5US) Axle. Wheel Stator Relay Assy.Flasher Light Assy.2 Case. (5TS) Chain Head Light Assy.Wheel RR Pipe. S.C.S -i35g Tail Assy.. (20P) Stator Relay Assy..G IPL (20P) Side Stand Sprocket FR.2 R/R F/L Assy..chain.1 (03P) 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 1 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 3 2 2 16 15 100 35 10 16 8 4 32 3 2 1 3 3 4 2 5 26 4 9 20 15 18 12 300 9 4 17 26 2 ..1 (03R) FR..1 Cover Side.Handle Upper Cap Grip Under Footrest rear 2 Footrest rear 1 L.1 (20P) BRKT. Tail Cover Assy.C.2 Holder.

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3R) Hose. Hose Clamp Assy.Table : Item descriptions when loading / unloading the trolly -( Time taken. Stay Protector Pin W/Hole Gaslate CDI Unit Assy. Lisence holder Brake Hose. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 ITEM NAME Reels Protector Foot Rest. .(5TS) CDI Unit Assy.Bend 1 Disk Brake FR. no of person required and no.LH sub assy.1 Protector Foot Rest. Pipe.2W) Stand side BRKT. of Pieces / Unloading Person Total Go to Box /Box from Time Loading Loading truck 5 200 55 2 4 3 108 38 2 10 4 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 3 32 12 12 80 160 160 6 21 30 6 9 15 72 60 63 110 4 12 25 40 36 92 150 55 10 20 10 20 20 21 21 35 40 60 30 60 65 80 25 31 26 205 70 38 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 10 400 200 25 25 200 200 200 500 100 50 100 50 20 20 30 200 150 650 100 10 50 S.2 Stopper.(5YY) W/H Nut Lid (5DG) Stay 1 (0.RH Fuel Cock Assy. of pieces per box ) GATE NO:—11 Time taken (Second) No.2 Cover meter (0.3 Stay Plate Plate Rg.

2 R/R F/L Assy. Tail Light Panel.G IPL (20P) Side Stand Sprocket FR. (5US) Axle.1 R/R F/L Assy.Handle Upper Cap Grip Under Footrest rear 2 Footrest rear 1 L.. (20P) Stator Relay Assy.C.Wheel RR Pipe.. Footrest 1 (5US) Stay (35B1) Alloy Wheels Change Pedal Assy..1 (03R) FR.. Brake Under Cover Assy.Inner 2 Assist Grip Pedal . Wheel Stator Relay Assy.2 Holder.25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 Rectifier Regular Assy.2 Mirror Tank Recovery Air Filter Assy..S -i35g Tail Assy. (5TS) Chain Head Light Assy. 3 4 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 4 3 3 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 3 5 4 4 4 4 51 8 6 300 136 300 48 45 300 175 30 48 24 16 96 9 8 3 9 12 16 8 20 78 16 36 60 75 72 48 2 36 45 55 10 40 100 100 220 20 70 55 140 10 11 14 13 25 19 38 36 15 70 25 26 45 50 70 15 125 15 20 10 80 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 100 50 200 2 12 10 20 20 4 20 9 25 25 150 25 160 500 80 80 300 20 250 100 20 50 50 50 900 5 20 1 40 .Flasher Light Assy. S.1 R/R F/L Assy.C..1 (20P) BRKT.

. time to unload a box = 4 second Number of person required for unloading/loading/trolly motion = 2 And most of the unloading from truck at gate no.Chain.2 Case. So here is less efficiency of manpower is required.1 (35B) Chase.-11 is small and medium. ___________________________________ .57 58 59 60 Tail Cover Assy.1 Cover Side.1 (03P) 5 5 3 3 20 85 78 6 80 23 80 80 1 1 2 2 10 14 50 50 Conclusion : From above observation : Avg.chain.

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of pieces in some pkts has beed found less than the marked value. Part: Carburettor Assy. . . So there is some time delay in inspection.OBJECTIVE : Time and men utilization for empty ( unloading ) a truck.5min) Total men required for inspection and counting = 4 * The no. Total boxes -30 (cradet boxes) For 1st trolly Number of men involved in unloading the truck : 1 Number of men involved in loading the trolly : 1 Number of men involved in inspection : 1 Number of men involved in counting : 1 Total time for above activity : 720 second (=12 minute) ( Full space of the trolly had been filled ) Distance Travelled by the trolly after loading Time taken in traveling to exact place Time for unloading the trolly : 90m : 90 second : 420 second (=7 minute) For 2st trolly Number of men involved in unloading the truck : 1 Number of men involved in loading the trolly : 1 Number of men involved in inspection : 1 Number of men involved in counting : 1 Total time for above activity : 300 second (=5 minute) ( Half space of the trolly had been filled ) Distance Travelled by the trolly after loading Time taken in traveling to exact place Time for unloading the trolly : 60m : 90 + 210 second (=5 minute) * : 300 second (=5 minute0 Conclusion:: Total time required for unloading a truck = 720+90+420+300+300+300 =2100sec (=35.30 Nos. . Qty per bkt .

” Why we need work sampling? • Before setting the standard time for an activity it is necessary to make allowances for delays. . Describing and classifying the elements to be studied in details. 1). 6). • Continuous stop-watch time study is generally used for obtaining complete information about the activities of a man. Summarising the data at the end of each day. 1). ” “ Work sampling is a method of finding the percentage occurrence of a certain activity by statistical sampling and random observations. Design the observation form. 5). Statement of main objective of the study. 3). Preparing for work sampling. b) . 5). Determine the number of days or shift required for the study. 3). or process equipment doing the same or similar work which is a time consuming and costly affair and more so when the work follows long and irregular cycle. Performing work sampling. machines. Develop properly randomized times of observations. • It is made to minimise change fluctuations on a number of operations. Obtain the approval of the supervisor of the department in which work sampling is to be performed.WORK SAMPLING “ Work sampling is a work measurement technique in which a large number of instantaneous observations are made at random intervals over a specific period of time of a group of workers . Selection of training of personnel. Establish quantitative measure of activity. Making a detail plan for taking observations. 4). 2). Procedure The work sampling procedure can be divided into the following three phases : a) . Observing activity and recording data. 4). machines and process . machine or process equipment particularly delays and interruption. 2).

9). . 7). 4). Planning for future studies. Evaluate the validity and reliability of data. To aid in determination of time standars and delay allowances. To Study the time utilization by supervisors and establishing goals for supervision. 6).These observations are made at random. To aid in the measurement of overall performances. To aid in job evaluation. 3). 1). Uses of work sampling: 1). 3). Random Numbers In desining the work sampling study a time schedule should be prepared for taking observations. To det. 8). The nature and extent of cycles and ‘Peak load’ Variations in observable activity. Evaluating and presenting result of work sampling. For appraisal of safety performance. To assist in engineering economy studies. . 2). 2). Presenting and analyzing data. To aid in manpower planning. For appraisal of organizational efficiency.c) . 5).

TM.11 Random Time No.TROLLY MOTION .SAMPLING STUDY OF OPERATORS OF LOADING AND UNLOADING: GATE NO. .NOT ON STAGE . TL 6 7 8 9 11 16 19 26 27 30 33 44 47 49 50 55 56 57 58 64 67 77 78 81 82 83 88 95 96 99 100 105 8:24 8:28 8:32 8:36 8:44 9:04 9:08 9:16 9:44 9:48 10:00 10:12 10:56 11:08 11:16 11:20 11:36 11:40 11:52 12:16 12:35 12:48 1:08 1:12 1:24 1:28 1:32 1:52 2:20 2:24 2:28 2:36 Operator 1 TM TU Ideal TL Operator 2 TM TU Ideal NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS TL. TU.TROLLY LOADING .TROLLY UNLOADING NOS.

TROLLY UNLOADING NOS.NOT ON STAGE . TM.TROLLY MOTION . . TU.TROLLY LOADING .SAMPLING STUDY OF OPERATORS OF LOADING AND UNLOADING: GATE NO. 6 7 8 9 11 16 19 26 27 30 33 44 47 49 50 55 56 57 58 64 67 77 78 81 82 83 88 95 96 99 100 105 Time TL 8:24 8:28 8:32 8:36 8:44 9:04 9:08 9:16 9:44 9:48 10:00 10:12 10:56 11:08 11:16 11:20 11:36 11:40 11:52 12:16 12:35 12:48 1:08 1:12 1:24 1:28 1:32 1:52 2:20 2:24 2:28 2:36 Operator 1 TM TU Ideal Operator 2 TL TM TU Ideal NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS NOS TL.11 Random No.

d). Any Equipments involved in the motion of the job for having excessive idle time or a low output 2). 2). Some selections are given below which is required. Selecting the Worker 1). Need for Preparation of an Incentive scheme for the job.the next step is obviously to select the particular worker If a choice of worker is feasible. Error in work sampling Work sampling is subjected to the two kinds of errors as follows: 1). 1). Experimental error: Due to finite number of random observations on a specific activity CONCLUSION : Only One operator is required for this activity as other operator is not involved fully. Selecting the Job 2). the suggestion of the forman . c). ______________________________ . b). Selecting the worker : The selection of worker to be studied is also very important .Time Study: Selection of job is the first step in time study. Selecting the Job : Some of the possible criteria for any job being a Priori are as follows : a). Change in Trolly movement and direction. supervisor and worker. loaded or unloaded trolly. Observational error: The is due to the presence and behavior of the observer . Above table is the example of this.the observed and the environment in which the observations are made.

Boxes/bins Inspector.FLOWCHART OF STORES ACTIVITY start Trolley . Supervisor .Truck.Worker . Guard YES Truck is on the track NO Guard looks and calls the worker for loading No Work Empty trolley bring at the track for loading End Loading of boxes starts on the trolley Inspector starts inspection and counting of boxes .

NO Inspection Problem Occurs YES Boxes allows to load on the trolley Supervisor come and check the papers and boxes NO Workers start loading boxes on the trolly one by one Checking error occurs YES He is marked it Trolly loading completed NO Unpacking required YES Trolley is reached at the place for unloading Boxes are unpacked out of gate Unpacking completed Parts are again loaded on the other specific designed trolly Unloading of trolley start by worker .

Unloading of boxes are completed Again trolley is got movement to go on the trolly loading Again loading & inspection complete YES Truck unloading complete NO The important information About boxes and bins are noted in a file finally by the guard .

The truck driver comes to the supervisor and signed papers after empty the truck required The papers are finally signed by the supervisor End .

both technical and organizational. has been a very positive one. The vital part that the organizational skills of an engineer play in today’s industry is an area that is often missed by some. I too had very little idea as to what an engineer’s job in a high-tech industry entails. It has given me a very good understanding of the engineering profession which could not have been achieved by theoretical study. I am certain that the experience gained through this internship will be helpful to me throughout my professional career and in all my future endeavors. Ltd. The experience at YMI has greatly advanced my understanding of the practical aspects of engineering. . It has given me a solid foundation to build my career upon. But this internship at YMI made me see the maximum range of jobs performed by engineers.CONCLUSION The period of my training at Yamaha Motor India Pvt.