A PROJECT REPORT ON ³INDUSTRY VISIT´

IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT SUBMITTED BY VISHNU CHOUDHARY

TO PROF. SUJATHA V RAO

PILLAI'S INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES AND RESEARCH,PANVEL UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

2010-2012

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I present this project report on ³A REPORT ON INDUSTRY VISIT´, with a sense of great pleasure and satisfaction. I undersign with pleasure take this opportunity to thank all those related directly or indirectly in preparation of this project report.

I would like to thank our Director Mr.Chandran who has given me the opportunity to work on such a Report and also to Prof. ASHISH TRIPATHI whose guidance and support helped me to complete this Report successfully. Without their guidance the work would not have been completed. I started working on this project under the invaluable guidance of Honorable Mr. ASHISH TRIPATHI for which I am very much thankful for his valued time given for the purpose. Without his co-operation our project work would have been difficult to complete.

Thanking You

VISHNU CHOUDHARY

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STUDENT DECLARATION

I, student of

Pillais Institute Of Management Studies and Research affiliated to Mumbai

University, hereby declare that this project report is a result of culmination of my sincere efforts.

I declare that this submitted work is done solely by me and to the best of my knowledge. No such work has been submitted by any other person for the award of post graduation Degree or Diploma.

I also declare that all the information from various secondary sources has been duly acknowledge in this Industry Report.

DATE:

PLACE: VISHNU CHOUDHARY

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Table of content Chapter 1 Topic I. II. III. INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVES OF THE INDUSTRY VISIT SCOPE OF THE VISIT Page No. 5 6 7

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I.

ABOUT THE COMPANY  HITECH LENSES  KING FISHER  J.K TYRE 8 8 8

II.

PRODUCTS OF COMPANY  HITECH LENSES  KING FISHER  J.K TYRE 9 9 10

III.

PROCESSES OF COMPANY  HITECH LENSES  KING FISHER  J.K TYRE 11 12 13

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I.

CUSTOMER FOCUS

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II.

SWOT ANALYSIS

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I.

CONCLUSION

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

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Chapter :1

INTRODUCTION OF INDUSTRY VISIT

The visit started with HITECH lenses. We had interactions with Mr. MOHAN PAI(RM-HITECH LENSES), Mr. VIJAY NAIR(GM-KINGFISHER), Mr SHAPOORJI PALLONJI(J.K

TYRE).They explained all the products and process of the company in detail, during the three days Industrial visit in GOA.

They provided brief financial details about the companies, and process of the company products. They also provide the information about the export and import companies. The countries where they export there products.

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OBJECTIVES OF THE INDUSTRY VISIT 

Student get Practical Knowledge through Industrial visit and interaction with Managers.  The basic objective of learning is the continuous improvement in a person through experience, observation, and the circumstances. learning helps a person not to commit same mistakes agian and again.  To expose students to what happens in the work field to help students to apply what they study into the industry.

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SCOPE OF THE INDUSTRIAL VISIT

To understand the process of the working of the company, culture, working environment, production processes, marketing process, assembly line of the product etc. To become aware about the role of the different people at different level in an organization and their contribution at work. To become aware about the different career opportunities available with that organization. To focus student on their specific aspect of their studies and gain practical knowledge that cannot be gained in the classroom.

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Chapter: 2

ABOUT THE COMPANY

HITECH LENSES:

GKB Hi-Tech has now joined hands with Carl Zeiss, global leader in the field of optics and opto-electronics, and is all set to scale new heights. It has been an endeavor of GKB Hi-Tech to bring the world¶s best technologies to India. As a fallout to this joint venture, an exclusive laboratory, manufacturing multi coated and laser engraved ZEISS lenses has been set up in Goa, making them available to every optician.

KING FISHER:
Kingfisher started with 5 breweries in South India, the oldest of which, Castle Breweries, dated back to 1857. In 1915, these 5 small breweries decided to join forces to become United Breweries. And, soon afterwards, the people of South India were astonished by the sight of bullock carts carrying huge barrels or µhogsheads¶ containing beer. These carts trundled their way to customers, including British troops, living in and around Chennai, Bangaluru,Goa and the Nilgiris.

J.K TYRE:
Be a Customer Obsessed Company - Customer First 24x7 No.1 Tyre Brand in India Most profitable Tyre Company in India

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PRODUCTS OF COMPANY

HITECH LENSES

CR39 CR39-1.61AS CR39-1.67AS CR39-1.74 POLARIZED POLYCARBONATE PHOTOBROWN TRANSITION-NG-GREY TRANSITION-NG-BROWN SUNSENSOR-GREY(1.56) SUNSENSOR BROWN(1.56)

GLASS-WHITE-UV GLASS-PHOTOGREY-EXTRA GLASS PHOTOBROWN EXTRA

KING FISHER 
KINGFISHER PREMIUM  KINGFISHER STRONG  KINGFISHER ULTRA  KINGFISHR BLUE  KINGFISHER RED  KINGFISHER DROUGHT  KINGFISHER STRONG FRESH

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KINGFISHER BOHEMIA

J.K TYRE 

JET XTRA  JET ONE  JET ONE  JET XTRA  JET ONE  JET ONE  JET ONE  JET R PLUS  JET XTRA  JET TRAK

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The only company to produce and export glass and plastic lenses, to more than 40 countires worldwide. Own subsidiary and distribution centre in South Africa. Joint Venture with Carl Zeiss of Germany. A market share of over 40% in India. Only company having 22 prescription labs and 10 service centres in India.

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PROCESSES OF COMPANY

HITECH LENSES

GKB Industry is a large scale industry Producing Spectacle lenses with the area of 1,00,000 Sq.Ft. and has 325 employees with day 8 night shift. The ambience was very good with all facilities 24 hrs water, electricity & Security. GKB does not sell their lenses in India. They sell their lenses in Europe, Japan, Holland, Alaska & other countries. They produce lenses as per the market requirement. Sometimes positive lenses are in more demand and sometimes negative are in more demand. Machinery use for making lenses: This industry has fully automated machines in less numbers but semi automatic are more  They use diamond cutting machine for making lenses  They also use 4 Machine of SLG Polishing section:Polishing is the second stage in which after raw material gets converted into semi finished goods and after polishing it get converted in finished goods Steps of Polishing  Slide Variation  Smoothing ( + 1.0 or - 1.0 )  Bund off  Aesthetic look, shining .  Checking Quality control Quality Control is must important because the customer requires exact number of lenses. So quality control is a must. There were three zones where the lenses pass through quality control machine Red, Yellow, Green Red Yellow Green Process is wrong ok best

The industry produces 6000 to 8000 lenses per day in 8 hrs shift. The industry is fully air conditioned.

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KING FISHER:

1. Brewing beer I. II. III. IV. Ale(top-fermenting yeasts) Lager (bottom-fermenting yeasts) Beers of spontaneous fermentation(wild yeasts) Beers of mixed origin

2. The Brewing process I. II. Mashing Lautering a. Lauten tun b. Mash filter III. Boiling a. Boiling equipment b. Energy recovery c. Whirlpool d. Wort cooling IV. V. VI. Fermenting Conditioning Filtering a. Sheet filter b. Kieselguhr filter VII. Packaging

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J.K TYRE:

Jaywant Tyres is the small scale industry with 25 employees situated in Ponda. Jaywant tyres has a tie up with MRF tyres industry. They collect all second hand tyres from shops, garages and from transporters. The company has semi-automatic Machines for converting second hand tyers into new tyers They manufacture 120 tyres per day. The working shifts are from 8.00 am to 7.00 pm Raw material:They use MVF tyres rubbers sheets of 8 MM to 17 MM They use fevitox glue ( Special glue for tyers )

Process of making second hand tyers

Step1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5

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They collect all old tyers They Apply Fevitox glue on old tyers Black rubbers sheet has to be pasted after pasting sheet they put into steamer machine at 65 º C for atleast 2 hrs. After all process the tyres get ready and they put that tyre in
Cold Place

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Chapter : 3

CUSTOMER FOCUS HITECH LENSES: 

They provide customer a quality lenses from its competitor  They provide lenses in different shapes according to customer demand  They provide TWO type of lenses o White lenses o Green lenses

KING FISHER BEER: 

They provide best quatity beer in india  The main Traget customer is youth but they consider all peoples  They provide as per the customer needs i.e. mild, strong, premium

J.K TYRE: 

Low cost due to re-cycling of new tyre  They provide diffent size tyres

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SWOT ANALYSIS

KING FISHER

STRENGTHS  Strong brand image  Focus on LCC segment as well with Kingfisher Red  Financial backing of UB group  Strong and competent

WEAKNESS 

High maintenance cost at ground  High price

management

OPPORTUNITYS  Poor service of Indian some strates

THREATHS  Rising prices Government interfare

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HI-TECH LENSES

STRENGTHS  Good productivity  Brand name  Good product

WEAKNESS 

High price product  No advertisment

OPPORTUNITYS

THREATHS 

Lack competitor  Demand country in other 

Lack product type

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J.K TYRE

STRENGTHS  Low price product

WEAKNESS  Rre-cycle product

OPPORTUNITYS

THREATHS 

Demand in the market 

Lack of productivity

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Chapter 4

Conclusion 

All company has a very good reputation in the industry.  People are more aware about all companies.  Middle class people should not be considered as a major customer group who are interested in company products.  Industrial visit was good according to as far me and I learn very muct form that ture and I got many information about the companies .  This is my good experience in industrial visit. It was a good experience altogether and each company I visited contributed to a part in understanding the course better. On a personal level, it improved my relationship with my existing friends and I also got to know other students whom I never actually had a proper conversation with. I was amazed by how much I enjoyed these few days which turned out to be educational and yet so much fun, given my earlier reservations about the trip. Not surprisingly, on my way back I wished the trip had been longer and was sad that it was all over!

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Chapter :5

BIBLIOGRAPHY

y www.google.com y www.kingfisherworld.com y www.gkbhitech.com y www.scrib.com

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