KRISHAK BHARATI CORPERATIVES LIMITED:(KRIBHCO

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PROJECT REPORT
ON TO STUDY T E SAT SFACT ON LEVEL OF EMPLOYEES ON PAY & ALLOWANCES OF R S A B ARAT COPERAT VE L MITED

(IMPROVING RURAL LIVELIHOOD

SUMBITTED TO: RESPECTED ANITA SAXENA MADAM

SUMBITTED BY: RAKSHA SINGH ROLL NO.14035 BATCH :PG 14th

INDUSTRY GUIDE: RESPECTED, M.C KALA SIR.

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declare that the present work titled ³study the satisfaction level of employee on pay allowance offered by IB C to

its employees´ is an original work. I anywhere else for the award or any degree/diploma /certificate or for any prize have not submitted this project report. ll the given in the report is to the best ofmy knowledge all references whether of any

person or organization can be crosschecked.

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PODHAR for his great effort for creating an educational & disciplined atmosphere in the institute. RAKSHA SINGH.ANITA SAXENA for giving me meaningful guidance. It has been really a great learning & value addition while working on this Project. Then I am thankful to S . And I am also thankful to R. .C. And I am also sincerely thankful to all team members of kribhco for providing me very friendly environment as I am the part of their organization. by providing his confidential documents and all knowledge about the system of pay &allowances .CKN LEG EENT: Dedication .J. I am deeply indebted to him for his excellent ideas and suggestion. So very first I would like to express my sense of gratitude & loyalty to our learned and Great Director R. And for giving his precious time to me. KALA( CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF HR)Who has given me guideline for the project. indispensable supervision& the inspiration to me. I take this opportunity to all those who directly or indirectly helped me during the course of this task. assistance. full devotion & hard work is essential for the completion of project but it is not possible without co-operation of others. So I have completed my project with assistance & co-operation of many people. . 4 .

DATA C LLECTI N AND ANALYSIS .FINDINGS 12.EXECUTIVE SU 2. VERVIE 5. 9.PAY AND ALL KRIB C . INTR DUCTI N 4.C 6. . STATE ENT 3. PAY AND ALL .REC ANDATI N 13.RESEARC . BIBLI GRAP Y 15.APPENDIX .C PANY C ARY PR BLE 6 7 9 PERATIVE SECT R 2 PR FILE 29 42 FFERED BY 45 ET D L GY 3 7 100 102 108 110 112 5 PANY BACKGR UND ANCES ANCES 7.TABLE C NTENTS: C APTERS PAGE N .C NCLUSI N 14.

Noida.The project give the introduction of pay allowances offered by the organization followed by the company profile Research ethodology.For the collection of primary data.EXECUTIVE SU ARY: The project is done for the partially fulfillment of my ciruculum of full time PGD program at I . a questionnaire is made is collected from the internet. 6 . The objective is to know the satisfaction level of employees on pay allowances offered to them by their organization allowances.R documents of the organization changes they want in the system of pay The final conclusion is that the system of pay the allowances offered by rganization is very nice but it needs certain changes with the Changing needs of employees.The project research is performed with the sample size of 50 people. The Sampling frame consists of the employees working in the organization at all levels.The training was conducted in KRIB C which is a well known fertilizer organization of India. the secondary data .

STATE ENT F PR BLE : Why I chose to know the satisfaction level of employee on their Pay & Allowances offered to them for my study: asically. Allowances can be said sum set aside for an ocurrence that may or may not come to pass. which may be specified in an employment contract .In other words we can say getting any specified amt. It is important to study this topic to know about what other benefits employees are getting from the organization . for doing the work for the organization.they become loyal to the organization. Pay means any form of periodic payment from an employer to an employee. Pay is something for which employees work in the organization & if they satisfied with it . I wish to make the career 7 . I chose this aspect for project as in the long run.Satisfied Pay make them loyal to the organization & allowances make them feel that organization really care about them.

I decided to take it up as a part of my summer internship Project. 8 .in one of this field of Pay & Allowances given to the employees. when this wonderful opportunity came my way. So. Keeping in mind my Long term career Goal.

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ut . apart from this when child get something which he or she can spent on their wish or on certain specific purpose .INTR DUCTI N: PAY AND ALL ANCES: Remember . when you enter in any organization . your first day when you get pocket money from your parent to spent as per your will? It becomes a most happiest moment of ur life. 10 . that parents must have to spent on them. how happy the child becomes i. organization must do something to attract employees to the organization . In this competitive world . likewise is the case with employees on getting the Pay they feel happy but when they receive allowances they feel happy as well as satisfied as it make them feel that organization really care about their needs & requirement.e. For this organization must make employees feel that they are not only workmen but they really care about them. Likewise. you must be getting a pay for doing your work according to the organization rules & regulation that can be in child case amt.Allowances.

Hence. 11 .So . organization must give different types of benefits as allowances to make their employees feel how special they are for their organization & they can feel omfortable while working in the organization. good pay & allowanes make them feel working for someone who really cares about them.

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social responsibility. democracy. democracy. VALUES AND PRINCIPLES: Cooperatives are based on the values of self-help. and caring for others. equity. Cooperative members believe in the ethical values of honesty. openness. equality and solidarity.AN VERVIE F C PERATIVE SECT R: A cooperative is an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common social and cultural needs and aspirations through jointly owned and democratically controlled enterprises. Cooperatives are based on the values of self-help. selfresponsibility. 13 . and solidarity. equality.

Men and women serving as elected representatives are accountable to the membership. racial.PRINCIPLES: The cooperative principles are guidelines by which cooperatives put their values into practice.These principle are: Principle I : Voluntary and Open Membership Cooperatives are voluntary organizations. political/religious discrimination. open to all persons able to use their services and willing to accept the responsibilities of membership without gender. social. Principle II : Democratic Member Control Cooperatives are democratic organizations controlled by their members. In primary cooperatives members have equal voting rights (one member. who actively participate in setting their policies and making decisions. one vote) and 14 .

Principle IV : Autonomy and Independence Cooperatives are autonomous. and democratically control. Members allocate surpluses for any or all of the following purposes. the capital of their cooperative. If they enter into agreements with other organizations. developing their cooperative. on capital subscribed as a condition of membership. benefiting members in proportion to their transactions with the cooperative.cooperatives at other levels are also organized in democratic manner. 15 . if any. including governments. Principle III : Member Economic Participation Members contribute equitably to. self-help organizations controlled by their members. or raise capital from external sources. and supporting other activities approved by the membership. They usually receive limited compensation.

managers. Principle V : Education. Principle VI : Cooperation Among Cooperatives Cooperatives serve their members most effectivelyand strengthen the cooperative movement by working together through local. regional. Training and Information Cooperatives provide education and training for their members. national. They inform the general public ± particularly young people and opinion leaders ± about the nature and benefits of cooperation. elected representatives. 16 . and employees so they can contribute effectively to the development of their cooperatives. and international structures.they do so on terms that ensure democratic control by their members and maintain their cooperative autonomy.

cooperatives work for the sustainable of their communities.Principle VII : Concern for Community development While focusing on member needs and wishes. 17 .

KRIS AK B ARATI C PERATIVES LI ITED KRIB C ) 18 .

GUJARAT PRODUCT RANGE UREA.29 LAKH T.kribhco.209.20 CRORE SERVICES PROVIDED FAR ERS SERVICES & RURAL DEVELOP ENT. 1980 CHAIR AN SHRI CHANDRA PAL SINGH ANAGING DIRECTOR SHRI . 1500 TOTAL E PLOYEES 19 . 10. 0120-2534613/14/22 WEBSITE: ANNUAL PRODUCTION OF UREA& A ONIA PLAN FINANCIAL PERFOR ANCE (2007-08) www. NOIDA PHONE NO. SEEDS& IO-FERTILIZER ADDRESS: KRIBHCO BHAWAN.A BRIEF PR FILE ESTA LISH ENT F RGANIZATI N: 17 TH APRIL.A ONIA. RS. A8-10.D SINHA HEADQUARTER NOIDA PRODUCTION PLANT HAZIRA.03 LAKH T.org 17.SECTOR-1.

the world¶s largest fertilizer producing cooperative registered on 17th APRIL 1980 has an outstanding track record to its credit in all spheres of its activities. KRIBHCO has fully imbibed the cooperative philosophy & has made sustained efforts towards promoting the cause of modern agriculture & cooperative in the country.INCORPORATED IN APRIL 1980 as a National level cooperative society to manufacture & distribute chemical fertilizer & allied farm inputs.INDIRA GANDHI. former Prime minister 20 . Late smt.AB UT KRIB C :(IN T E SERVICE F FAR ERS) Krishak bharati cooperative limited(kribhco).

1982. ISO 9OO2 & ISO 14001 CERTIFIED CO PANY.of India laid the Foundation stone on FEBRUARY 5.KRIBHCO is an ISO 9001-2000. 21 .

financing and managing projects that are both socially desirable and commercially profitable. VISSION : We want to be a world class organization that represents the farmer community and maximizes returns t them through speciliazation agricultural inputs and products and other diversified that maximize stakeholder value. businesses 22 .MISSION: To act as a catalyst to agricultural and rural development by selecting.

LNG terminal / port. y To ensure optimum utilisation of existing plant and machinery. 23 . maintaining its market share. chemicals etc. y To diversify into other core sectors like power.BJECTIVE: y To increase the urea installed capacity.

FERTILIZER: Different products of bio ± fertilizers are:     AZOTOBACTER AZOSPIRILUM RHIZOBIUM PHOSPHORUS SOLUBILIZING MICRO.ORGANISM 2. iv. BI . Mustard 24 . Gram Pea Arhar Moong. ii.PR DUCT RANGE F KRIB C : 1.  OIL SEEDS:i. SEEDS: The main crops under seed production are:  WHEAT  PADDY  PULSES:i. iii.

ii. 4. Soyabean Castor 3. UREA. A NIA. 25 . iii.

26 . Indira Gandhi. Late Smt. Hazira Fertiliser Complex has 2 Streams of Ammonia Plant and 4 Streams of Urea Plant. on the bank of river Tapti.AB UT PLANT: NIGHT VIEW OF KRIBHCO PLANT AT HAZIRA KRIBHCO has set UP a Fertlizer Complex to manufacture UreaAmmonia & Bio- fertilizers at Hazira in the State of Gujarat. 15 Kms from Surat city on Surat ± Hazira State Highway. former Prime of India laid the Foundation Stone on February 5. 1982.

1995. 1986. This shows a saving of Rs. 890 crores as against the estimated cost of Rs.003 million MT resepctively. Biofertilizer plant of 100 MT per year capacity was commissioned at Hazira in August. it has excelled in performance in all areas of its operations. the total Project cost was Rs. The trial production commenced from November. 67 crores (approximately 7%) in Capital Cost of the Project. 957 crores. KRIBHCO has also completed the installation of an expansion of the Bio-Fertiliser plant with an additional capacity of 150 MT and the same was commissioned in December.729 million MT and 1. the commercial production commenced from March 01. 27 .Annual re-assessed capacity for Urea and Ammonia is 1. Since then. 1985 and within a very short time of 3 months. 1998 SeedProcessing plant are also in operation in various state.

2004 milestone within a short period of 18.  First in the country to achieve highest net profit of Rs. 126.2006 within a period of 20.03. 28 .7 years from commecement of production.08.80 Crores in the year 1987-88 by any fertilizer organisation.  Has achieved 30 Million tonnes of Ammonia production on 19.3 years from commencement of production.  Has achieved 30 Million of Urea production on 15.ILEST NE AND AC IEVE ENT:  One of the World's largest and most modern fertiliser plants in the Cooperative sector.

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LOCATION MORA GUJARAT 156MW NEAR HAZIRA. M/S GEB etc. GPCL KRIBHCO¶S EQUITY 30%RS. PLANT IS OPERATION SINCE 1992 KRIBHCO SHYAM FERTILIZERS LIMITED (KSFL): 30 .48.KRIB C INVEST ENTS: GUJARAT STATE ENERGY GENERATION LIMITED(GSEG): KRIBHCO has an equity participation of Rs.75 Crores in M/S GSEG.75 CRORE. The other equity partner are M/S GPCL. M/S GSPC. which is power plant of capacity 156 MW situated at Mora near Hazira. 48.613 CRORE JVC PARTNER KRIBHCO . CAPACITY COST OF PROJECT RS. Gujarat.

Ltd. NFCL. Total equity contribution of the society is Rs.urea fertilizer complex of Oswal Chemical. and Fertilizers at Shahjahanpur. 2005.10.which is involved in manufacturing a wide range of plant nutrients and 31 .KRIBHCO along with M/s Shyam Basic Infrastructure Projects Pvt.00 crores in M/s. 420 Crore. KRIBHCO has 60% equity in the Joint Venture Company and management control. NAGARJUNA FERTILISERS AND CHEMICALS LIMITED (NFCL): Society has an equity participation of Rs. with annual urea capacity of 8. Ltd. Joint Venture company to acquire ammonia .64 Lakh MT. KRIBHCO Shyam Fertilizers Limited (KSFL) thus formed has been registered on December 8. Balance 40% equity is held by M/s Shyam Basic Infrastructure Projects Pvt.

low toxicity plant protection product. 32 . Total equity contribution of the Society is US $ 69. . OMAN INDIA¶S FERTILIZER COMPANY(OMIFCO): KRIBHCO alongwith IFFCO as Indian partner and M/S Oman Oil Company has set up a joint venture fertiliser plant known as OMIFCO of capacity 5060 MTPD Urea and 3500 MTPD Ammonia in Oman.5 Million.

A ARDS GIVEN T KRIB C :  Environment Protection  Safety  Energy Conservation  Productivity  Industrial Relations  Others . 33 .

 Award by Council for Ecological Futurology and Environment for Dedication to Environment-2001. 1991 & 1993  KRIBHCO has Endowment bagged the Gopalakrishna Singhania Memorial  Award given by Indian Merchants Chamber for Outstanding contribution towards control of Air and Water Pollution in Fertiliser Industries for the year 1990-91. 34 .  Nehru Memorial National Award ±1993 for control of pollution and energy.Evironment Protection  FAI ± µEnvironmental Protection Award¶ 1989.

D.D NANGIA 7. SIN A C ARIMAN MANAGING DIRECT R MARKETING DIRECT R FINANCE DIRECT R 3. PRASAD 35 .P SING C IEF VILIGANCE FFICER. NAME DESIGNATI N 1. S RI S. EXECUTIVE DIRECT R(TEC ) GENERAL MANAGER(TEC ) G. C ANDRA PAL SING S RI B. KAMRA 4. 2.M.net HEAD OFFICE & CENTRAL MARKETING OFFICE: .(PR J) 6. DR. S RI C.K GUPTA 5. S RI R.MEMBERS IP F KRIB C vpsingh@kribhco. S RI A. S RI T. S RI B.P SING 8.S.N .

P.D.PRASAD GENERAL MANAGER (PO) bprasad@kribhco.net 0120-2544995 10 SRI. S RI S.net 0120-2534616 13 SRI.K S AMINAT AN S RI G. 10. 13.M(F&A) G.M(MKTG) G.M(TEC ) G. 11.net 0120-2537455 12 SRI.JAGGIA GENERAL MANAGER (TECH) sjaggia@kribhco.S.net 0120-2 V.KATARYA G 36 .K GARG S RI V.G. NANGIA GENERAL MANAGER (TECH) sdnangia@kribhco.GARG GENERAL MANAGER (F&A) skgargkribhco.P.S KATARYA G.M(P ) G.P SING S RI S.S. D. SING MARKETING DIRECT R vpsingh@kribhco.net 0120-2537118 FINANCE DIRECT R 120-2544929 07 SRI S.net 01202534617 11 SRI. 12.K.net 0120-2544992 14 SRI.SINGH GENERAL MANAGER (MKTG) dpsingh@kribhco.SWAMINATHAN GENERAL MANAGER (F&A) vkswaminathan@kribhco.M(MKTG) SIN A MANAGING DIRECT R bdsinha@kribhco.S. JAGGIA S RI D.net 01202534620 08 SRI C GENERAL MANAGER ( PROJ 01202524204 09 SRI B.V.9.K.

net 37 .net 0120-2534627 15 WEBMASTER webmaster@kribhco.ENERAL MANAGER (MKTG) gskatarya@kribhco.

cooperatives in the Having its genesis in farmers· cooperatives. farmers visit. of this great country. farmers meetings. block demonstration. KRIBHCO has fully imbibed the cooperative philosophy and has made sustained efforts towards promoting the cause of modern agriculture and agriculture country. Over 1600 programmes on crop seminars. social development and humane facets have always been of prime focus in its growth and philosophy ² an organisation which owes its existence to the farmers. agriculture campaigns health checkup 38 .CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF KRIBHCO: Krishak Bharati Coopertive Limited (KRIBHCO) is the world·s premier fertilizer producing cooperative having outstanding track record to its credit in all spheres of its activities. field days. by the farmers and for the farmers SERVICES TO COOPERATIVES AND FARMERS:  The Society since inception has made vigorous efforts towards the development of farm technologies and other welfare schemes for upliftment of the farming community. Kisan Melas.

technical assistance towards improvement in godown facilities etc. furniture. soil improvement. workshops and state consultative committee meetings have been organized with a view to strengthen the cooperative system.  A variety of facilities like farm implements.  Krishak Parivar Sangams have been organized in 14 states on the theme dry land farming and farm technology. veterinary health check up camps and income generation programmes etc.000 soil and water samples have been tested and recommendations made available to the farmers to improve and enhance their produce.  Around 400 programmes on cooperative conference.5 lac farmers across the country. have been conducted which have benefitted about 2.campaigns.  KRIBHCO has established Krishi Paramarsh Kendra at its corporate office for facilitating farmers in providing information and advise on micro nutrients soil testing.  Around 50. 39 . are being provided to the economically weaker societies. latest farm technology through internet and also KRIBHCO Kisan Helpline.

From a modest production of 2.54 lakh Qtls of the quality seeds to the farmers annually.SEEDS MULTIPLICATION PROGRAMME: With a view to provide quality certified seeds of main crops to the farmers. KRIBHCO today provides 1. The primary objective of GVT is to enhance livelihood and elevate poverty of the tribal and rural population in the rainfed regions of the country through facilitating farming systems. KRIBHCO has established most modern seed processing plants situated in 9 states.982 Qtls of quality seeds in 1991-92.  The GVT projects have successfully developed JANKAR system whereby village volunteers are trained and equipped to take forward the project intervention and dissemination of project approaches and technologies so that they can act as animator for the development programmes. GRAMIN VIKAS TRUST (GVT):  KRIBHCO established Gramin Vikas Trust which is managing Rural Development Rainfed Farming Projects which are jointly funded by DFID and KRIBHCO. development and research. 40 . institution building and beneficiary participation.

 KRIBHCO has established Bio-fertiliser Plants in order to provide eco-friendly and cost effective fertilizers. 41 .BIO-FERTILISERS:  Continuous promotional and educative programmes are being conducted to increasingly make farmers aware of benefits derived through use of bio-fertilisers. marketing and promotion of biofertilisers in the Nation. The by tremendous efforts putforth by KRIBHCO in this direction has been acknowledged for three consecutive years National Productivity Council by awarding first position to KRIBHCO for production.

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who has´ the 43 .Because money is ever a scarce & valuable commodity . In other words. is called an allowance. It is a fixed sum of money paid regularly in addition to salary for the purpose of meeting some particular requirements connected with the services rendered by an employee. The general concept of one period who has the authority to decide what to spend it on( that is . Payment in cash made by the employer to his employees monthly other than salary. In other words. Any renumeration paid by an employer to his employees in consideration of his services is called pay. It means any form of periodic payment from an employer to an employee which may be specified in an employment contract. we can say getting any specified amount for doing the work for an organization.Pay & Allowances plays an integral role in the working of an organization. allowance is an amount of money set aside for a designated purpose .

Thus every organization should focus on their system of Pay & allowances for betterment of the organization 44 .power of the purse´) allowing another person to have some (for whatever reason) is often referred to as an allowance.

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PAY AND ALL ANCES: PAY SCALES: The existing pay scales of different categories of employees are given below:CATEGORY GRADE SCALES OF PAY(RS.) 27750-750-31500 BOARD LEVEL DIRECTOR A B NON ±BOARD LEVEL DIRECTOR B 25750-650-30950 23750-600-28550 OFFICERS C 21500-600-26300 D E F F1 46 20000-500-25000 18500-450-23900 17500-400-22300 16000-400-20800 .

N . GR. ALL ANCE & PERQUISITES ANCES PERI DICITY F PAYMENT PERCENTAGE F BASIC PAY IN DIFFERENT GRADES GR. 47 .G G1 14500-350-18700 13500-350-18050 G2 H 10750-300-16750 9100-250-14600 WORK EN H1 8200-220-12380 I J1 K L L1 7600-210-11590 7100-175-10425 6600-150-9450 6400-130-8870 6050-110-8360 5300-90-7190 N O 4900-80-6580 4100-70-5570 PERKS AND ALL S. GR. GR.

««. D to H1 to O (Board C&D H level) (JG ) 01 CONVEYANCE ALLOWANCE ONTHLY ««. 12% 12% 02 TRANSPORT ALLOWANCE 03 CANTEEN SUBSIDY ONTHLY ««« 7% 7% 5% ONTHLY ««.. 3% 5% 04 WASHING ALLOWANCE 05 NEWSPAPER & PERIODICALS 06 EDUCATION ALLOWANCE 07 FURNISHING ALLOWANCE ONTHLY 15% «. ««. «« ONTHLY 2% 2% 2% ONTHLY 3% 30% 3% 4% ONTHLY 3% 3% 4% 08 LTC/LTE YEARLY 48 20% 20% 20% 18% ...A&B B(NB)..

The first increment shall be awarded to kribhco employees on initial appointment subject to satisfactory completion of probation period in the following manner.6. whichever is less . CLASSIFICATION CITIES/TOWN RATES OF HRA A-1 30% OF BASIC PAY 49 .TOTAL 50% 50% 50% 50% INCREMENT: Employee shall be entitled to annual increment in accordance with the incremental rates specified in various pay scales.0 HOUSE RENT ALLOWANCE: KRIBHCO employees shall be entitled to HOUSE RENT ALLOWANCE at the following rates depending on their place of posting or actual rent paid. 4. subject to the condition that 10% of their basic pay shall be borne by the employee.

4.B-2 & AJMER. BHAVNAGAR. BHUBANESHWAR. CUTTACK.ALIGARH. KANPUR. Employees staying in their own houses or in the houses owned by his/her spouse or dependent children are also entitled to HRA at 100%.JAMSHEDPUR KOLHAPUR. BIKANER.MORADABAD.GUNTAR. KOZHIKODE.7. DURAPUR. HYDERABAD.AMRAVATI.AH EDABAD. BANGALORE.B-1.0 LEASED ACCOMMADATION: Key official of the society holding in grade E&A are entitled to society leased/self leased accommodation at the following rates in diffirent class of cities: GRADE PLINTH AREA MONETORY CEILING PER MONTH A1 CITIES Board level A B Non board 1900 stf 1900 stf RS 21000/RS 19600/A CITIES OTHERS 50 .MYSORE 15% OF BASIC PAY RAIPUR& WARANGAL. 25% OF BASIC PAY A. LUCKNOW&NAGPUR.

0 FLAT RATES OF LICENCE FEE FOR RESIDENTIAL ACCOMODATION PROVIDED IN THE TOWNSHIP: The licence for society accommodation in township will be computed & charged based on the formula given in 45A . as amended from time to time & the notification issued thereunder by the Govt.0 CITY COMPENSATORY ALLOWANCE: CCA is payable at the following rates: BASIC PAY RANGE(RS) Below RS 4000 4000-5250 5251.9. of India.6499 6500& above A-1 90 125 200 300 A 65 95 150 240 CLASS OF CITIES B-1 45 65 100 180 B-2 25 35 65 120 The classification of cities for payment of CCA as notified by Govt.level B C D E 1900 stf 1200 stf 1200 stf 1200 stf RS 19600/RS 12000/RS 11250/RS 10500/- RS 9400/RS 8200/RS 7200/RS 7000/- RS 6800/RS 5800/RS 5200/RS 5000/- 4.8. 51 . 4.

0 NON PRACTICING ALLOWANCE: NPA for Medical doctor is payable as under: BASIC PAY RANGE(RS) UPTO 5000 5001-6500 6501-9500 9501& ABOVE ENTITLEMENT(RS) 1000/1250/1330/1500/- NPA will count as pay for the purpose of D. It will be 52 . RS.A.00. 5.000/(c)over RS 5.& upto RS. 50.F.00. AMOUNT OF MONTHLY CASH DISBURSED.m RS. 75/.m RS.10.of india from time to time shall be followed.m Cash Handling Allowances will not be treated as part of wages.000/RATES OF CASH. gratuity and P. 200/. CASH HANDLING ALLOWANCE: Employees who are handling cash at HO/CMO/SMO/Area offices/KBSKs & plant at surat are entitled to cash handling allowances at the following rates with effect from 01/04/2003. 250/-p. 4.p.000/(b) over RS.000/.p. (a)upto RS 50.HANDLING ALLOWANCES.

shall be entitled to Special allowance on the following terms & condition : 1. 4.00 per shift RS.00 per shift Employees of medical Departmental who are coming in break shift & are attending duties from 8.Special Allowance to the unionized category of employees(grade N to 53 .M.0SHIFT ALLOWANCES: Employeess of KRIBHCO who are required to work on shift duties other than those coming in break shift shall be paid shift allowance at the following rates: 1st shift morning 2nd shift evening 3rd shift night RS.M. 30. 7/. 4.per day .13.M.M to 1. 30.12.00 per shift RS.30 A.00 P. shall be paid break shift allowances @ RS.00P. & 4.payable so long as a person handles cash.0SPECIAL ALLOWANCE FOR WORKING LONGER HOURS: Employees of plant who are required to work for 48 hours in a week. to 7.30 P. 50.

GENERAL PRINCIPLES: The overtime work &payment of overtime pay is regulated by the provisions of the FACTORIES ACT.H1) shall be at the rate of 1. The special allowance shall not count for computation of any other allowance or perquisite or entitlement or for any other purposes whatsoever. delhi shops & establishments act 54 .30 times of the highest increment admissible in the respectives scales of pay(grade) held by the employees. However . 4.14.0OVERTIME: The Management reserves the right to require any workmen work on overtime including work on weekly holidays & festivals holidays in accordance with the instructions of the management issued from time to time. 3. The special allowance will be admissible only till an employee continues to work under the system of 48 hours weekly working & shall ceases to be paid to an employee from the date he is shifted to a system of less than 48 hours of work in a week. as applicable to highest O. in case of plant.T category of employees. in respect of officers. special allowance shall be restricted to the amt. 2. He is also liable to be called for duty at any time.

he shall be entitled for a compensatory off or payment of incidental expenses in lieu of OT as under. & state shops & establishment act in case of states offices. 55 .in case of delhi offices. ELIGIBILITY FOR OVERTIME PAY: The workmen of all the departments both in Administrative offices & in plant in grade H1 & below shall be entitled to overtime pay for the work done beyond normal working hours.0INCIDENTAL EXPENSES IN LIEU OF COMPENSATORY OFF: If a workman in HO/ marketing offices is asked to perform duties on a holiday/weekly off day.15. he shall be eligible for payment of OT as per rule. The departmental/sectional heads shall ensure that atleast 4 hr. 4. OVERTIME TO DRIVERS ATTENDING DUTIES OUTSIDE STATION: In case drivers has to work for more than the period of normal duties while attending outside duties with officers on tour. is required to be put in by the employee concerned on that day.

The entitlement of an employee for LTC/LTE would be as under:1. 56 . 400 4.GRADE O/N/M/L/L1 L/K J I AMOUNT RS.3 In case where husband & wife both are employed in KRIBHCO.16.1 Limited to 18% of annual basic pay for employees in grades H1 & below. only one spouse will be entitled to avail LTC& Other LTE. 360 RS. 1. An employees on his first appointment in the regular scale of pay with the society would be eligible for first LTC/LTE on completion of one yr. 240 RS. 300 RS.2 Limited to 20% of annual basic pay for employees in grades H & above. 1. 1.0LEAVE TRAVEL CONCESSION (LTC) LEAVE TRAVEL ENCASHMENT(LTE) The permanent employees of KRIBHCO are entitled to LTC/LTE. service.0 Entitlement.

2.0 frequency: 2.1 LTC/LTE will be available once in a year. 2.2 There will be no grace period for availing LTC/LTE.

4.17.0 MEDICAL ASSISTANCE:
1.0 An employee shall , in respect of ailment, diseases, injury, befalling him or any member of his family, be eligible for the reimbursement of:

(a) fee paid by him to an authorized medical practitioner for consultation at his clinic & at the employees resisdence, in case of emergency whether at his clinic or at the employees resisdence.

(b) Fee paid for injection, dressing or minor surgery.

(c) Fee paid for radiology & pathological test etc.

(d) The cost of medicine except the items of inadmissible medicines/preparations, drugs, preparation classified as food,tonics,toilet preparations, disinfectants, laxatives or other elegant preparation.

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2.0 The reimbursement of medical expenses for routine treatment to an employee shall be a maximum of rs. 4500/- for a family of 3 or more member & a maximum of Rs. 2,250 for the family of two & below , per financial year. 3.0 SPECIALISED TREATMENT: In addition to the medical assistance as detailed above, & an employee or his dependent family member suffering from chronic/ prolonged illness/preventive vaccination or the prescribed diseases may get the medical treatment for such diseases medical officers/ specialist/ nursing home or any treatment taken with the reference of medical officers of KRIBHCO. For such specialized medical treatment, the employee is required to apply for grant of special medical sanction in advance

4.0 An employee & the dependent members of his family shall ordinarily be entitled to medical assistance & treatment as is available in kribhco Township hospital on production of identity card/ medical card.In case of outstation emergency, employees have to inform at the earliest opportunity available.

5.0 In case of dependent parents, the reimbursement shall be restricted to RS. 40,000/- per annum. Full reimbursement in this regard shall be made
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for the initial expenses of RS. 15000/- and subsequently, 50% reimbursement of the expenditures over & above this amt., subject to limit of KRIBHCO¶s total contribution of Rs. 40,000/- in a year.

6.0 Apprentices, who are taken on apprenticeship traning under the Apprentice act 1961 & the trainees who are taken on traning under a specific training programme of the society for a specific period, will be provided medical assistance for self only as admissible to other KRIBHCO employees & not for any other dependent family member.

CRITERIA FOR DEPENDENTS FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE: Family for the purpose of admissibility of medical assistance means the wife or husband( as the case may be) of the employee & children &/ or parents of the employee where children or parents of the employee are completely dependent on such employee.

The following criteria shall be the general application regarding the admissibility of medical assistance to father,mother,sons& daughters who are completely dependent on the employee. I. FATHER SHALL BE TREATMENT AS DEPENDENT ONLY IF:

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whatsoever. except the normal medical facilities provided by the state to general public & (e) he is not dependent on wife or other son or daughter . whosoever. (b) he is not employed or engaged in any full time gainful employment or & vocation (c) he normally resides with the employee his total annual income including the income of his wife (employee¶s mother) does not exceed RS. (c) she normally resides with employees. MOTHER SHALL BE TREATED AS DEPENDENT ONLY IF: (a) her husband is dependent on the employee or she is a widow.(a) he is above the age of 58 yr. II. 18000/-. 60 . or anyone else. (d) he is not entitled to any medical assistance from any source. unless he is disabled to the extent that he is unfit for any suitable employment. (b) she is not employed or engaged in any full time gainful employment & /or vocation.

per month (d) Not dependent on anyone else (e) Not entitled to medical assistance from elsewhere.per month (d) Not dependent on anyone else (e) Not entitled to medical assistance from elsewhere. of age (c) Earning less than 1. (e)she is not dependant on any other son or daughter or anyone else. SON SHALL BE TREATED AS DEPENDENT ONLY IF HE IS: (a) unmarried (b) not more than 28yr. IV. of age (c) Earning less than 1. V.500/. 18000. III. female employee shall be given a choice to include either parents or parents-in-law as dependent family members for the purpose of availing 61 .(d) her annual income together with her husband¶s doesn¶t not exceed RS. DAUGHTER SHALL BE TREATED AS DEPENDENT ONLY IF SHE IS: (a) unmarried (b) Not more than 28yr.500/.

Employee has to furnish declaration at the time of joining the service of KRIBHCO .0 OFFICE-CUM-RESIDENTIAL ACOMMODATION FACILITY FOR FIELD STAFF: Field marketing executive .medical assistance being provided by the society. as the case may be) & the children including legally adopted & / or parents of the employee & where children & /or parents of the employee are completely dependant on such employee.s spouse(wife or husband. 4. about his dependents as per the citeria laid down in the prescribed form.Sr.19. Family means employee. Field Representatives/ Field Representatives/ jr Field Representative posted at locations other than KRIBHCO offices shall be provided office-cum-residential accommodation & they shall be paid in addition to their entitled HRA an additional allowance at the following rates:- 62 . VII. VI. Any change in the original declaration shall be promptly intimated to the management.

(a) state capital / Divisional Head Quarter (b) othe places

RS. 700/- p.m RS. 625/- p.m

4.20.0 RULES FOR ALLOMENTS/ CHANGES OF HOUSES IN KRIBHCO TOWNSHIP, SURAT:
(i) ENTITLEMENT(a) Employees belonging to the essential categories will be given preference for allotment of houses in KRIBHCO . Township.

(b) Allotment of the houses will be on the basis of grade seniority. (c) Grades wise entitlement of houses are given hereunder; GRADES J&K TYPES OF QUARTER A & A1

G2 , H, H1, &1

B & B1

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G1, G & F1

C & C1

D,E& F

D & D1

JGMs

DELUXE BUNGLOW

C & ABOVE

EXECUTIVE BUNGLOW

The entitlement shown in para (c) above is eligibility of entitlement of an employee.

(d) Employee who accept the house of lower caterory due to non availability of entitled class, will have preference for alloment over his other colleagues in thesame grade who have refused alloment of lower category houses alongwith him as per the date of appointment. Such employees will also have preference over employees who are staying outside the township & opt for the house in

township.

(ii)

ALLOTMENT-

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(a) Alloment of quarters will be strictly on the basis of grade

seniority at KRIBHCO , surat. In case there is a tie between employees whose date jonining / promotion in grade is the same, the date joining/ promotion of such employees will be taken in previous grade . In case date of joining & promotions etc. Are same , then occupancy of quarter in township will be taken for allotment of houses.

(b) If an employees is entitled for higher type of quarter , but the same is not available or allotment due to shortage , such employees will get first preference for allotment of houses of entitled category , whenever available.

(c) If an employee on allotment of quarter is not willing to occupy, the same will be allotted to the next employee & the employee who refuses to take possession of the quarter will be debarred for future allotment to any type of house for a period of one year of debarring & the employee will fall in the seniority list alongwith all other eligible employees thereafter.

(d) while allotting quarters , data of joining / promotion in the grade
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(e) Other terms & conditions regarding allotment & occupation shall be laid down by the management from time to time.will be considered. (b) Changes of houses of a particular type will be permissible only once. H2 grade to G1 grade entitled for µc¶ type quarters. (d) no changes of quarter from 1+1 to 1+1 inA& B type will be 66 . In case there are candidates in different scale of pay entitled for the same time of houses i. (c) All the vacant C& D type quarters shall be notified for change & shall be allotted to senior-most person as per ihe allotment seniority. H & H1 grade will be considered at par.e on promotion from G2 . H . employees in (previous grade) G2 will be given preference. (iii) CHANGE OF HOUSES: (a) In case a particular quarter falls vacant & more than one employee apply for change of quarter. The rules as applicable for fresh allotment of quarter will be followed.

(e) change shall not be permissible before completion of six months of occupations in the same type of quarter.allowed. 3 nos. (iv) RESERVATION: 4 Nos. 67 . of houses in C Types & 2 nos. (h) after letters of allotment/changes are issued. of houses each in A& B Types . (f)No mutual changes is permissible. (g)Request for changes of quarter shall be received in prebcribed form within stipulated period after the notice has been put on the notice board. of houses will be done at the discretion of competent Authority. failing which the allotment/changes shall be cancelled he may be debarred from such allotment/ changes for the period of one yr. the concerned employee should shift to the allotted quarter with seven days positively.

) following facilities to executives in the rank of JGM & above shall also be available on their superannuation / after completion of tenure. dismissal or Removal From service. the (RS.4.0 FACILITIES AVALABLE FOR RETENTION OF RESIDENTIAL ACCOMODATION ON CESSATION OF SERVICE/ TRANSFER: Employees on cessation of their service shall be allowed to retain the company leased/ self leased/ township accommodation on the occurrence of any of the events specified below: EVENTS PERMISSIBLE PERIOD Resignation. 68 . termination of service or Autho-rised absence without permission.22. one month Retirement/end of tenure four month Death of the Allottee six month Transfer Two month Beside the above.

the controlling officer may permit an employee to travel 69 .0 TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE/ DAILY ALLOWANCE: Employees while on tour shall be entitled to traveling & daily allowance as per the rule on the subject. However. & in the exigencies of work. shall also be reimbursed at actuals. The shortest & most usual route & the most usual means of transport shall ordinarily be used. shall be entitled to travel by the mode or class provided in schedule I. while on tour. & shall be reimbursed the actual air fare/Rail/ bus fare by the shortest route. Any surcharge/ reservation & sleepercharge .4. The salient feature of the same given below:- SANCTION FOR TRAVEL:- Every employee proceeding on tour shall get his tour programme approved by his controlling officer before proceeding on tour.23. if incurred by the employee. MODE OF JOURNEY:- Employees . in emergent & special circumtances .

per month or more. Officers in grades F1 & above drawing a basic pay of RS.500/. TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE TO EMPLOYEES OF KRIBHCO:- Schedule I GRADE/ SALARY/PAY RANGE. Public taxi/ own car. CASH ALLOWANCE:Rates of lodging & cash Allowance admissible to different categories of employees have been mentioned for each category in Schedule II.by a mode other than to which he is ordinarily entitled to as laid down in schedule I provided that for journeys by train an employee shall under no circumstances be allowed to travel by a class higher than his own entitlement. Officers in grade F1 drawing a basic pay less 1st class/ II AC by 70 Public taxi/ own car. . VECHICLE BY WHICH ENTITLED TO TRAVEL BY ROAD. By Air or AC 1st class by train. 17. CLASS BY WHICH ENTITLED TO TRAVEL.

3 wheeler Auto Rickshaw/ cycle rickshaw.500/. CONVEYANCE& INCIDENTAL) 71 . Officers in grades G2 & H & other employees 1st class / II AC by train drawing basic pay of RS.per month. 7274/-.to Rs. 17. 6400/. Employees drawing basic pay of Rs. LODGING CHARGES WITHOUT RECEIPT CASH ALLOWANCE (BOARDING. Employees drawing basic pay in the range of Rs. Schedule II CATEGORY GRADE CLASS OF CITIES LODGING CHARGES AGAINST RECEIPT. 6399/& below Second class/sleeper class(non AC) Public bus/ cycle Rickshaw. 7275/. G & G1. train. Second class/ sleeper class( non AC) Public bus/ auto rickshaw where available/ cycle rickshaw.& above.than RS.

C&D At actual 325/- 490/. 02. 05.or I-B D& E A At actual 175/- 390/- B Equivalent to ¾ star 175/- 340/- C 175/- 300/- D Hotel 175/- 265/- II-A F A 1600/- 145/- 390/- B 1700/- 145/- 340/- C 960/- 145/- 300/- D 640/- 145/- 265/- II-B F1 A 1200/- 125/- 300/- B 920/- 125/- 265/- 72 . 06. I-A A. 04.B&C A. 03.01.B.

G1.C 715/- 125/- 245/- D 495/- 125/- 210/- III G.G2&H A 960/- 90/- 245/- B 720/- 90/- 210/- C 580/- 90/- 175/- D 385/- 90/- 145/- IV H1& I A 720/- 60/- 175/- B 540/- 60/- 145/- C 435/- 60/- 135/- D 285/- 60/- 125/- 73 .

taxes which are reimbursable.V K.J&J1 A 400/- 45/- 155/- B 300/- 45/- 135/- C 245/- 45/- 110/- D 160/- 45/- 90/- VI L& BELOW A 320/- 45/- 135/- B 245/- 45/- 110/- C 190/- 45/- 90/- D 130/- 45/- 90/- NOTES:- 01. 02.The ceiling rates of accommodation charges are exclusive of service charges.When boarding charges are claimed on actuals in special Cases only 35% of column 6 is admissible as cash 74 .

04.0 FOREIGN TRAVEL RULES: KRIBHCO Foreign travel Rules shall be apply to all employees who are on the permanent roll& members of the Board of Directors of KRIBHCO who are undertaking journey to foreign country for Attending traning programmes/ seminars/conferences/Tours & For business assignments & such other purposes as may be approved By the compentent authority. PERIOD OF TOUR: Employees shall be treated on duty while on tour abroad for the period of actual duration of stay abroad for the approved purposes 75 . 03.B& C shall have the option to claim boarding & loading expenses at actuals or rates applicable to them. only 25%Of column 6 is admissible.When conveyance is also claimed on actuals or provided by The offices besides boarding charges at actuals.* Officers in Grade A.Allowance .24. 4.

other employees : Business class : Economy class : 1st class DAILY ALLOWANCES FOR DIFFERENT PURPOSES OF FORIGN TOUR: The entitletement of Daily allowance for different purposes of Foreign tour will be as per Annexure given herein below. Directors including functional Director/ executive directors/ General managers.food. of Foreign exchange released would cover room rent.ROOM RENT: The claim for room rent including any taxes on room rent shall be supported by vouchers. The amt. chairman / vice chairman/ managing Director 2.& the same is to be accounted for in the following manner on return from the foreign tour: 1. local transport expenses on official journey. ENTITLEMENT OF AIR JOURNEY: 1.etc. 3. airport taxes out of India. contingency expenditure.of travel. The tour programmes of the employees proceeding abroad for official tour will require prior approval of the competent Authority. 76 . official telephone calls. The room rent should not be than 25% of the per diem rate allowed.

the statement Of expenditure is to be supported with documentary evidences. telephone calls. shall submit account with supported documents & the unspent amount is to be returned to KRIBHCO in Foreign Exchange only. LOCAL TRANSPORT . EXPENSES IN ACCOUNT OF FOOD ETC. airport taxes outside India & contingency expenses shall be restricted upto 20% of the per diem rate without any documentary evidence. In case the expenditure on these accouts exceed 20% of the per diem rate allowed. ENTERTAINMENT EXPENSES: Advances drawn for entertainment expenses by the officers eligible to Incur such expenditure. shall be restricted upto 30% of the per Diem rate. 3. the statement of expenditure is to be supported with vouchers. TELEPHONE CALLS& CONTIGENCY EXPENSES: Expenses on account of local transport.2. without any documentary evidences. 77 .: Expenses on account of food etc. 4. In case the expenditure On this account exceeds 40% of the per diem rate allowed.

for subsequent visits. Confefrence/ Seminar Actual no. DAILY ALLOWANCES FOR DIFFERENT PURPOSES OF FOREIGN TOUR: ANNEXURE PURPOSE MAX. if any.5.D/ED/ IN DIRECTOR GR.C JGMS OTHER TO OFFICIALS MGRS. ENTITLEMENT FOR COUNTRIES OTHER S.NO. 1500/. OF TRAVEL DURATION THAN NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES (IN US $) CHAIRMAN/ GMs M. will be admissible only with The approval of competent Authority.for the first visit & Rs. Business 45 days 500 350 2. FTO D 280 245 1. 750/. 6. UPTO F1 GR.of days of 500 conference plus one day 350 280 245 78 . CHARGES FOR EXCESS BAGGAGE: Expenditure on excess baggage . KIT ALLOWANCE: kit allowance shall be admissible at the rate of Rs.

25. lodging & to & fro Air Ticket) is provided by the Host Organization abroad including visits for board/ technical committee meetings of the joint venture compliance. Registration fee for conference/ Seminar. 8. Specialized Traning 30 Days 200 200 175 150 5. The scale of uniform / protective clothing being issued are as under: S. 01.0 LIVERIES: Regular employees of KRIBHCO are issued uniform / protective clothings.NO. At actual on documentary evidence Maximum of US $ 5000 6. 3. Course fee for training. Study Tour 30 Days 300 300 240 210 4. where full hospitality( boarding. US $ 300 only maximum. FREQUENCY . ITEM Shirt( full sleeves) (Gents)* 79 OTY.each transit both ways. Incidental Expenses 4.

once in 3 Yr. 10. Apron for para medical 80 . once in 3 yr. once in 3 yr. staff) 3Nos. 09.Yearly 06. Towel As per norms Half. shoes/ safety shoes(for tech. 08.Yearly 05 socks 2 Pair Half. 1 yr. 07. once in 2 yr. shoes / sandal ( for non tech Staff) 04. jersey/pullover/cardigan 1 No.Sarees (ladies) 02. Rain Suit 1No. woolen clothing 1 No. Yearly 3Nos. Gum Boot for Employee at site. Yearly 1 pair Half-Yearly 1 pair Half . Pants(gents)* Blouse piece (Ladies) * 03.Yearly 11.

00 81 . 630. COST OF THE BRIEFCASE E& D F F1 G/G1 upto Rs. 1 Nos.00 upto Rs. Yearly 12.00 upto Rs. Crash helmet #/ turban cloth. * Stitching charges for Shirts/ Pants & Blouses Shall be paid at the rate decided by the management from time to time or actual amt. once in 4 yr.Wheeler vechicles are issued a crash helmet/ turban cloth.00 upto Rs.staff. 910. spend by the employee. # Employees who are entitled & owning Auto Two. 770.26. 4. whichever is less. 700.0 ISSUE OF BRIEFCASE: Officers in grade G & above are entitled to brief case for official use as per the detail given below: GRADE MAX. 3 Nos.

Field Representatives shall be allowed to have a briefcase for their official use. 350.00 inclusive of taxes. 82 . This facility would be extended once in 4 years. The value of the briefcase to be provided to FRs shall not exceed Rs.

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OBJECTIVE OF RESEARCH: The purpose of research is to discover answers to questions through the application of scientific procedures. It is also a systematized effort to comprises of defining & redefining problem. collecting . And the method. 84 . which is used in this research process is known as RESEARCH METHODOLOGY. Though research study has its own specific purpose.RESEARCH: Research is a careful investigation or inquiry specially through search for new facts in branch of knowledge. ³:Formulating hypothesis or suggested solutions. The main aim of research is to find the truth which is hidden & which has not been discovered as yet. organizing & evaluating data making deductions & reaching conclusions & at least carefully testing the conclusions to determine whether they fit the formulating hypothesis.

If researcher conducts an experiments. 85 . so this is data with the help of investigator search the data by their own.TYPES OF RESEARCH: In dealing with real life problem it is often found that at hand are inadequate & hence it becomes necessary to collect data that are appropriate. which differ considerably in context of money costs. This is the data which can be collected either experiment or through survey. internet. Books etc. magazines. (b) SECONDARY DATA: This is the data which have already been collected & analyzed by Someone else. There are several ways of collecting the appropriate data. Their basically two types of data: (a) PRIMARY DATA.he observes some quantitative measurements. time & other resources at the disposal of the researcher. so an investigator search the data.With the help of Secondary resources such as newspaper.

OVER THE 2 MONTHS. THE SAMPLE SIZE CHOSEN WAS 13. BOOKS. EXECUTIVE ETC. I KEENLY OBSERVED THE PROCESS OF PAY & ALLOWANCE. INFORMATION GAINED DURING THE OBSERVATION & INTERACTION WITH THE EMPLOYEES PLUS MY OWN EXPERIENCES WERE THE VALUABLE INPUTS. 86 . PERSONNEL MANUAL ETC. SR.THESE SAMPLES CONTAINED PEOPLE FROM DIFFERENT POSITIONS LIKE SR.THIS PROJECT REPORT I HAVE COMPLETED WITH THE HELP OF PRIMARY DATA ON WHICH I COLLECTED DATA BY PREPARING QUESTIONNAIRE CONTAINING BOTH OPEN ENDED & CLOSE ENDED QUESTIONS. ANOTHER WAY OF COLLECTING THE DATA WAS THAT OF OBSERVATION. MANAGER. MOREOVER. THE THEORY FOR THIS PROJECT REPORT WAS COLLECTED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES LIKE THE INTERNET.

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How many allowances do you get in a year? (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 88 . Some had joined recently while there were some who had been With the organization for last 20 years. For how long you have associated with the organization? There was no specific amount of time of association with the Organization. Different respondents were at different positions. Do you have full knowledge about Pay & Allowances given to you by your organization ? Majority of the respondents said that they have full knowledge about Pay & Allowances given to them by the organization. Q2.The Following are the questions of the questionnaire along with their responses & analysis: Q1. Q3.

(d) above 5 5% 15% 2 3 4 60% 20% above 5 ANALYSIS: This graph shows that 5% of the respondents get 2 allowances in a year. Are you satisfied with your Pay Scale given by the organization 89 . Q4. Hence. 15% of the respondents shows that they get 3 allowances in a year.while 80% of the respondent says that they get 4 & obove 5 allowances in a year. we can say that majority of respondents get more than 4 allowances in a year.

However .Do you think Pay & Allowances provided to you meets your family 90 . Q5.According to your job profile? (a) Yes (b) No 15% yes no 85% ANALYSIS: This graph shows that only 15% of the respondents are not satisfied with their Pay scale. the rest 85% of them are satisfied with their given pay scale.

However majority of the respondents said that Pay & Allowances given to them are sufficient to meet their family requirements. While 15% of the respondents said that Pay &allowances doesn¶t meets their family requirements.From the above chart. 91 .needs? (a) Yes (b) No (c) can¶t say 5% 15% whether pay & allowances meets their family needs? yes no can't say 80% ANALYSIS: The above pie-chart shows us the respondents views on whether Pay& Allowances meets their family needs or not. we can infer that 5% of the respondents have no opinion regard this.

there were some respondents who said that no to the above mentioned question. Majority of the respondents said yes. Do you think according to growing needs of employees allowances should be increased? (a) Yes (b) No 10% with growingneeds allowancesshould be incresed? yes No 90% ANALYSIS: This pie chart shows the responses of the target population to the above mentioned question. 92 .However . that allowances should be increased.Q5.

Q7.Do you think that there is any need of change in the present system of Pay & Allowances? (a) Yes (b) No 93 .Q6. On what basis allowances fixed in your organization? (a) Basic pay (b) promotion (c) seniority (d) policies of companies ANALYSIS: All of the Respondents said that their allowances are fixed on Basic pay.

about 65% of the respondents agree to the Fact that there is a need of change in the present system of pay & allowances . these respondents vary in their degree of agreement. Q8. However.Do you think that there is any other allowances which must be provided to you by your organization? (a) yes (b) No 94   ¡ £ ¢¢ yes o .35% Any need of change in present system of Pay a o ances 65% ANALYSIS: According to the above graph. there were some respondents (35%) who did not agree with the Fact. Moreover.

40% Yes O 60% ANALYSIS: According to the above graph. majority of the respondents don¶t want any Other allowances but some of the respondents wants that there should be Some allowances.Do you think that some of the allowances should be given on the basis of the performances of the employees? (a) Yes (b) No 95 ¤ . Q9.

while 35% of the don¶t agree with statement. 10% employees don¶t want to say anything. However . Q10.(c) can¶t say 60% 50% respondent 40% 30% 20% 55% 35% % 10% 10% 0% all ances ased n er r ance ANALYSIS: This bar graph shows that 55% of the respondents wants that some of the allowances should be based on performance of the employees. Are you getting any type of non-monetary benefits from the company? (a) Yes (b) No 96 ¥ yes o can t say ¦ .

10% of the respondents are not getting that benefits . Q11.ANALYSIS: The above pie-chart shows that maximum respondents are getting nonmonetary benefits.Do you think that KRIBHCO pay package is attractive? (a) Yes (b) No 97 § § 90 10 Are you getting any nonmonetary benefit ? yes no .However.

However 30% of the respondents feel that there pay package is not so attractive. Your suggestions to make the system of Pay &Allowances more efficient? So some of the opinion given by the respondents were:  Allowances based on performance 98    © ye ¨ ¨ 30 o ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ ¨ 80 70    . Q12.70 f espondent 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 pay package is att a cti e ANALYSIS: This bar graph shows that 70% of the respondents agrees with the fact that there pay package is attractive. There is a difference of opinion between the respondents.

 Pay must be increased & according to performance. 99 . Allowances should be revised from time to time.

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 Higher level employees more or less are satisfied with their Pay & allowances.employee are satisfied to the larger extent due to implementation of sixth pay commission.Based on the data analysis of 15 responses to the findings can be summarized as follows: questionnaire.  Organization offered many types of allowances to their employees.  Right now .  There is no such interaction between the superiors & the employees regarding their pay & allowances. the  Employees are not much satisfied with the way of giving allowances.  Employees of lower grade get less pay according to their work.  There is a great difference of providing allowances between contract based employees & permanent employees on same level.  Employees also gets non.  Employees of all levels specially lower level needs certain change in pay & allowances given to them. 101 .  Allowances are based on the basic pay.monetary benefits.

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 There is a need of giving almost equal allowances to the permanent employees as well as contract Based employees. that they could feel motivated.Based on my observation & participation in the whole system on Pay & Allowances of the organization . 103 . daily allowances etc.  There should be a method of regular interaction between the Superiors & the employees. I would like to make the following recommendation.  The benefits like liveries should be given according to the grades of employees. Actually lower & middle level employees should get these benefits not the upper level .  Allowances like recreational allowances & conselling allowances Should be given to the employees.  There should be certain allowances which must be according to the Performance of the employees like canteen. So.  Increments should be given according to performances of the employees.

 More of education allowances is to be provided to the employees of grade D to O .  There should be certain developed method through which superiors Can know about the perception of their employees towards Pay & Allowances offered to them.I want to recommend a Performa:ALLOWANCES SATISFACTION FORM: (TWICE IN A YEAR ) NAME: DESIGNATION: AGE: CONTACT NO: 104 . For which .

C.DATION:(5) NPA:(6)CASH HANDLING ALLOWANCES:- (7) OVERTIME ALLOWANCES:- (8) MEDICAL ALLOWANCES:- 105 .A:(4) LEASED ACCOMO.A:(2) H.R.HOW SATISFIED ARE YOU WITH THE FOLLOWING: VERY SATISFIED FAIRLY SATISFIED SATISFIED FAIRLY D UE NOT SATISFIED SATISFIED APPLY VERY (1) D.A:(3) C.

(9) LTC/LTE:- (10) SHIFT ALOWANCES:- (11) TRAVELLING ALLOWANCES:- (12) DAILY ALLOWANCES:- (13) FOREIGN TOUR ALLOWANCES:- (14) CANTEEN ALLOWANCES:(15) WASHING ALLOWANCES:- (16) NEWSPAPER ALLOWANCES:- (17) EDUCATION 106 .

.  Employees those childrens are meritorious should be provided with Certain allowances according to their grade.ALLOWANCES:(18) FURNISHING ALLOWANCES:- Your suggestion:««««««««««««««««««««««««««««««. 107 .

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the organization is fairly taking care of their employees in a nice manner.After completion of this project & based on the responses of the respondents . 109 . Actually . canteen allowances. what happens pay is something for which employees work in the organization & allowances make them feel that they really care about them. It also provides various types of allowances including ( daily allowances.But it should be revised from time to time as per changing needs of employees. The organization is really provides good pay packages specially with the effect of 6th pay commission.) which really benefits the employees. To sum up. But they want certain minor changes in it. we can conclude that the employees are more or less happy With their pay & allowances . I can say only that employees are satisfied with the system of pay & allowances they like to have a minor changes in the system( as suggested in the recommendation specially in lower levels). education allowances etc. Nevertheless.

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www. www.com 3.com 6.org 5. www. www.kribhco.answer.KRIBHCO 8.wikipedia.google. www. 9.ask.Human resource management.com 2. www. Personnel manual.kribhconet.com 111 .v mamorial.BIBLIOGRAPHY:- 1.c.com 7.

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Do you have full knowledge about Pay & allowance given to you by our organization? (a) Yes (b) No 3. 2.: ORGANIZATION NAME: 1. How many allowances do you get in a year? (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) above 5 4.Are you satisfied with your pay scale given by the organization according to your job profile? 113 . For how long you have associated with the organization? ««««««««««««««««««««««««.QUESTIONNAIRE:(Information used in the questionnaire will not be revealed & it¶s only for research purpose.) NAME: DESIGNATION: CONTACT NO.

On what basis allowances fixed in your organization? (a) Basic pay (b) promotion (c) seniority (d) policies of company 7. Do you think that some of the allowances should be given on the basis of the employees performances? (a) Yes (b) No (c) can¶t say 114 . Do you think Pay & Allowances provided to you meets your family needs? (a) Yes (b) No (c) can¶t say 5. Do you think there is any need of change in the present system of Pay & Allowances? (a) Yes (b) No 8. Do you think that there is any other allowances which must be provided to you by your organization? (a) yes (b) No 9. Do you think according to growing needs of employees allowances should be increased? (a) Yes (b) No 6.(a) Yes (b) No 5.

(b) NO 11. Your suggestions to make the system of Pay &Allowances more efficient. ««««««««««««««««««««««««««« ««««««««««««««««««««««««««« THANKYOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION 115 .Do you think that KRIBHCO Pay package is attractive? (a) Yes (b) No 12.Are you getting any type of non-monetary benefits from the company? (a) Yes .10.

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