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CONTENTS ABSTRACT CHAPTERS I INTRODUCTION


1.1 PROFILE OF THE INDUSTRY

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1.2 PROFILE OF THE COMPANY II FUNCTIONAL AREAS-FUNCTIONS & PROCEDURES 2.1 FINANCE DEPARTMENT 2.2 PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT 2.3 HR DEPARTMENT 2.4 MARKETING DEPARTMENT 2.5 PURCHASE DEPARTMENT III IV V VI VII ANALYSIS-SWOT CONCLUSION SUGGESTIONS APPENDIX BIBLIOGRAPHY WEBLIOGRAPHY

CERTIFICATE

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

ABOUT THE STUDY


Labour welfare activity in India was largely influence by humanitarian principles and legislation. Labour welfare is an important fact of industrial relations the extra dimension, giving satisfaction to the worker in way, which even a good wage cant. With the growth of industrialization and mechanization, it has acquired ad importance. In our modern industrial Society. The concept of the labour welfare has seemed significant importance. Because it is closely associated with the productivity of labour turnover absenteeism, morale and other economic, non-economic consideration of Labour. In a resolution in 1947. The International Labour Organization (ILO),Defined labour welfare as such services, facilities and amenities as adequate canteens, rest and recreation facilities, arrangements for travel to and from work and for the accommodation of workers employed at a distance from their house, and such other services, amenities and facilities as contribute to improve the conditions under which workers are employed. According to encyclopedia of social science, the term labour welfare means The voluntary effort of the employer to establish within the existing industrial system, working conditions under which workers are employed. According to oxford dictionary the term labour welfare means Effort to make life worth living for workers.

PRINCIPLES OF LABOUR WELFARE

Labour welfare is dependent on certain basic principles, which must be kept in mind and properly followed to achieve as a successful implementation of welfare programmed. Principles of adequacy of wages Principles of social responsibility of industry Principles of re-personalization Principles of co-ordination or integration Principles of association of democratic values Principles of responsibility Principles of timelines Principles of self-help

LABOUR WELFARE PRACTICES IN INDIA


Many welfare amenities described in the main report of the labour investigation committee of 1949 have become a part of the employers statutory obligation. The different methods of welfare amenities are organized today for industrial. Sanitary and byquienic facilities Rest facilities Feeding facilities Medical facilities Family planning Transport Facilities Housing In India, the concept of labour welfare has undergone so many changes and developments. Many acts were passed and committees formed to improve the welfare measures of the workers. Some of the acts are follows.

1949: The factories act of 1948 was milestone in the history of labour welfare in India. This act is applicable to all persons or more when no power is used. The major provisions enumerated under theaters,health,safty,welfare regulations on working condition,res,overtime work, and holiday, spread over etc., 1949: The employees state insurance act was passed to provide benefits to workers in the event of stickiness, employment injury etc... 1951: The plantation labour act was passed to regulate the working condition and welfare provision for the workers employed in plantation. 1952: The mines act was enacted to care of welfare of the mines. 1952: Employees provident fund [miscellaneous provisions] act 1952 was enacted. 1961: Maternity benefit act 1961 was enhanced to provide Maternity benefit to

The women workers

1970: To protect the welfare of contact labour act 1970 was enacted. 1972: Payment of gratuities act 1972 was enhanced to provide a lump sum payment at the time of retirement. 1986: To take care of the welfare of the child labour, though there was provision for them in so many acts, a special legation called the child labour [Prohibition and Regulation] act 1986 was enacted.

A part from this the workmen compensation act 1923, payment of wages act 1936 minimum wages act 1948 payment o wages act 1965 act. To regulate workers also the industrial employment act 1946, the industrial dispute Act 1947, the grade union act were enacted in order to make a smooth working Life for the workmen employed in industries.

ABOUT THE COMPANY PROFILE

PROFILE OF THE NANDHI DALL MILLS, SALEM


This company established in 1940,by Mr.T.V. Arunachla Nadar, a man optimistic Outlook and enormous business acumen as a discrete unit since he felt the need of the Public for commercial processing of the pulses at large scale in consumption of quality Based dhal and gram flour. Today we have grown with the blessing of almighty and sheer hard work to Accomplish the mission of our founder for which we rewarded by TAMIL NADU CONSUMER VIGILANCE COUNCIL for the best since 1993, till the current year. The acme for our pains tacking effort in maintaining our quality standard is to serve the public and gather up its support as a determinant, for our dhal being completely Devoid of adulating and standard maintenance. Our extended unit is well furnished a sophisticated with high tech Machineries. This makes it a humdinger rending our product hygienic. As our unit is self contained and automatic it curtails any sort of manual contamination.

Our mill is supposed to be a Beau ideal of kind and unique in the country, for not only complete stainless steel and finish, but also in the line of hygiene and maintenance002E. Our premises are strictly kept hygiene to ensure quality .We make sure that our Employees are provided with the best provisions for the maintenance of hygiene and personal health. Our mill is self contained with the modern, high tech & automatic Machineries Both for processing and packing thus avoiding the contamination directly over the finished products. The processed products are packed in the most modern forms of consumer convenient, AGMARK sealed, safe, eco-friendly packs using the automatic packing machineries, to safe our consumers against adulteration and

contamination. The products packing are carefully dispatched intact and fresh various Wholesale and retail outlet from our mill according to the convenience of our Dealers and consumers depending on their necessity. OUR PRODUCTS

Raw materials we purchase are always superior quality, when these raw Materials are subjected to our salacious methods of processing renders our final products awesome and nutritious. They are totally devoid of adulterations and their standard maintenance is Imperious throughout the year. We take seismic Effort in maintaining the quality, Nutrition, savor and geniuses of dhal CATEGORIES AVAILABLE A. T he sublime and superior quality products are marketed under the Brand Brand name NANDHI. B. And our secondary quality products for standard competency is marketed under the brand of BOGAR C. Classified just for the sake of cost effectiveness to be consumed by all class of people but still it is unrivalled by other brands available in the market. TYPES OF OUR PRODUCTS 1. JILEBY DHAL 2. BLACK GRAM DHAL 3. GRAM FLOUR in the market

4. COMMERCIAL GRAM FLOUR 5. RED GRAM DHAL

Jileby Dhal This is the pierce de resistant of our dhal products. For the first time commercially introduced by Mr.T.V. Arunchla Nadar himself, in the country it is a used for preparing traditional and scrumption sweet dish called Jileby, mostly confined to south India.

Black Gram Dhal:


For the first time in the country, Winnowed but whole pulse was used for culinary Benefits by Mr.T.V. Arunchla Nadar. The advantage being the perseverance of its savor, nutrition and Prodigious Amount of flour yield that is uniform and standard throughout the year regardless of the Seasonal variation.

Gram Flour:
This is sublime best flour, manufacturing in our unit by the traditional Stone Grinding method, using a very special variety of Bengal gram. The Mode of production Includes proper desiccation, hygiene maintenance and Good package that make the flour. Durable to be consumed even for about for six month without being soiled. Besides the Culinary benefits our brand has cosmetic values too as it can be used for cosmetic skin Packs.

Commercial Gram Dhal:


This us a variant of gram flour which is manufacturing just to fulfill the increasing Demands of gram flour for day to day use or for bulk and immediate consumption as in Hotels.

Red Gram Dhal:


This product of us is nutritions, delicious and its advantage is reduced Consumption of while cooking

CREDENTIALS:

We were honored with GEM OF INDIA AWARD FOR BEST DHAL AND GRAM FLOUR in INDIA, in the year 1996, by M/s RATANMALA SAVANOOR (Union Minister for Planning and programs at New Delhi).

We bagged BEST PUBLIC SERVANT AWARD in the year 1997, Presented by Shri.ATAL BIHARI VAJPAYEE, Prime minister of India.

We received award for CIVIL EXCELENCE in the year 2001, by Dr.RADHAKRISHNAN, Collector of Salem, India.

We were rewarded by award for ARCH OF EXCELLANCE (Business) in the year 2002, for NO.1 QUALITY DHAL PRODUCTS Manufacturers in INDIA by Union Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution at New Delhi India.

NANDHI DALL MILLS,


No.270, Narashimma Road, Shevapet, Salem-636002 Tamil Nadu, India. Phone: +91 427 2223003, 2222009, 2222114. Fax: +91 427 2220040, 2222288.

www.namdhidall.com E-mail: nandhidhal@gmail.com

ORGANIZATION CHART OF NANDHI DALL MILLS (P) LTD SALEM

CHAPTER-II PURCHASE DEPARTMENT

PURCHASE DEPARTMENT
FUNCTION OF GRAM PURCHASE FOR NANDHI DALL MILLS

PAYMENT

In this mill gram is the major raw material in the production of yarn purchase department plays a major role in the company. The grams samples are received from various suppliers are tested with HIGH VOLUME

INSTRUMENTS. The director of this company has direct control over this department and grams supervisor and store supervisor assisted him. This purchase department not concentrates the purchase spares and other packing materials.

This department maintains regular stock register for grams, spares well as for the packing materials. The main function of the department is to get quotations from different suppliers, analyzing the samples, placing order with the suppliers.

These raw materials are purchased at reasonable rate and quality the company stores raw materials at least for three months production.

After the receipts of the goods, the storekeeper enters the particular in the share register. The following documents are maintained the stores.

1. Goods receipts book 2. Stores ledger 3. Gram ledger 4. Form IV

PROCEDURE FOR PURCHASE


The purchase of gram is headed by managing director samples are collected from the different merchant and taken to the mill for testing. The report produced the testing machine are carefully read by the managing director. The samples which compile the expected quality norms are segregated out the order are placed with the merchant. The merchant will supply the order quality directly to the mill. The mill purchases different varieties of gram from different areas and from the different suppliers some of the more.

1. Andhra Pradesh 2. Maharashtra 3. Tamil Nadu

GOODS RECEIPTS BOOK After placing the order with the suppliers, the goods are directly dispatched to the mill. When the goods arrivals is received in this book. The storekeeper is responsible for this job. BIN CARDS Individuals card is given for every item in the store. This card has the receipt, Issues of the material and other relevant information. This is nothing but a miniature of the stock ledger.

STORES LEDGER
In this ledger the purchase of item issues along Weight the values are entered. At any point of the time the stock of the store and values are known from this ledger. In cash of raw material from IV is maintained to know the stock. The storekeeper must produce a report of stock, its value and given time. These reports will directly go to the Managing Director. The storekeeper is also responsible for placing order for items when then order level of the item falls below the average.

STORAGE:
SPARE PARTS ROOM The storekeeper protects this. The storekeeper issues spare parts to all departments. The spare parts are separated by wise the department and machines. Mostly the spare parts are purchasing from foreign countries. FUNCTIONS AREA OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT On the basis of the various functions which the personnel management. Generally undertakes about the functional areas of personnel management may be set for this below. 1. Organizational planning its development. 2. Staffing and employment 3. Training and development. 4. Comparison, wages and salary administration. 5. Motivation and incentives. 6. Employee service and benefits. 7. Employee records. 8. Labor or industrial relationship.

PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND PERSONNEL AUDIT 1. The company employees worked 8 hours per day as due to the following companys shift and times. The total employee of the mill is 350.

SHIFT
1. First shift 2. Second shift 3. Third shift 4. General shift

TIME
6 AM to 2 PM 2 PM to 10 PM 10 PM to 6 AM 8.30 AM to 5 PM

PRESENT STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

PROCESS FLOW CHART

CHAPTER-III QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT

QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT


The factory manager/ Technical department and assisted by production master and assisted production master. The management together with the production department will decide the plan and other cost factors. The company is awarded ISO 9001 2000 certification. The customer is awarded fixed in the standard. The customers are motivated according to the norms fixed in the standard. It is the policy of the company to sell the Right Product to Right Customer and hence the company does not face any problem in Quality defects form its products. The production clerk receiver the daily production details and maintains it in a register. The register is called RG 1 register. The productions of all the three shifts are recorded in this register. The production clerk prepared daily production statement. This statement is sent to the Managing Director, factory manager and other officers concerned.

QUALITY MAINTAIN Quality is imposed right from the selection of raw material. The main function of this department is to control and monitor the quality of raw material is as well as the finished product.

COMPUTER SECTION The computer section is controlled by system manager (ACCOUNT & EDP). The mill has large centralized computer system. The mill has one file server and 15 nodes. Each is connected with its own local pointer. All the computers are connected to the file server through cables UTPCATS cables via, HUB. The accounts fed the day to day transaction in the computer and all data are centralized at the file server. The system manager then generators the required reports in accordance with the data fed to all computers. The whole office is air conditioned not only to avoid dust and but also to keep the employees always to feel fresh and fireless. Because of having such a good. Efficient and fast computing systems. The computer stands NO.1. India first fully automatic and hygienic gram flow processing units.

STOPPAGES During the process of production the machine will be stopped for some time for various reasons. These know of stoppage the stoppage will result in the loss of production. The reasons for those stoppages are described below. 1. For cleaning the machine. 2. Repairs and maintenance. 3. Electric faults. 4. Wants of labors. 5. Doffing. 6. Count changing. 7. Power failures. 8. Generators changing over. 9. Other maintenance requirements. 10.Moderations. When the daily production is decreased, then there should be a problem behind it. The controlled departments authorities will assess the problem and take

immediate steps to rectify it and to ensure inform uninterrupted production this department is headed by assistant spinning muster.

CHAPTER-IV SALES DEPARTMENT

SALES DEPARTMENT
Sales Department plays a vital in the company. The cost factors are received from the production department and other marketing costs are added and then sales price is fixed. Marketing officers looks after marketing of yarn. Under him here are three officers. Then yam produced at the mill is sold directly to the customer as well as through their brokers at Thirupur and Erode, Tiruchengode, Sankari, Pallipalayam. The company also appoints consignment agents at Mumbai, who will sell the products on behalf of the company. The mill also sells its products to the foreign countries through brokers at Coimbatore and Mumbai (otherwise called merchant exporters) and they are paid commission in according to the volume of sales. For every trading concern maximization is a must thing. There are two options for firm to increase its profit. One is sales promotion and the other is washer control and cost control. The first one is implemented by effective business and the executive and workers of the company implement the second one.

EXPORTING DEPARTMENT
Nandi Dall Mills is the Indias first automatic fully dall manufacturing mill. These mills to export our product are various countries.

EXPORTING COUNTRIES ARE BELOW.


1. Malaysia 2. Singapore 3. Australia 4. Thailand 5. Dubai 6. America 7. China 8. Srilanka etc,

LABOUR WELFARE MEASURE ADOPTED IN NANDHI DALL MILLS


INTRODUCTION Labour welfare work aims at providing such service facilities and amenities as would enable the workers employed in factories to perform their work in

health, congenial surroundings conducive to good health and high morale. Hence every organization has to provide welfare measure to their labourers as per the

law. in the same way Nandi Dall Mills also has adopted various measure s for the welfare of the labour welfare work may be statutory. Voluntary or mutual. Apart from that it also non statutory in order to motivate the workers. 1. STATUTORY MEASURES The company takes every necessary step to keep the factory and the entire surroundings to be clean and sanitary condition. The sweepers and

scavengers keep the premises clean in charge of maintenance there are proper drainage facilitics.Hence the premises are mosquito free

2. VENTILATION AND LIGHTING

Effective and suitable provisions have been made for the circulation of fresh air and to make the workers feel comfort. The workers feel sufficient about Existing ventilation and lighting facilities inside the factory premises. Electrical Lamps are provided inside the factory premises and around the company premises. 3. DRINKING WATER The company has made effective and proper arrangement to provide and Maintain drinking water convenient situated for all workers in the factory. Drinking water is providing water cooler covered with in places inside the Factory. Ever silver tumblers are also provided for thus use of workers. The water collars are cleaned every day and the water is kept pure. 4. FIRST AID APPLIANCES As per the factories act, 1948 the first aid box must be provided the company Had provided first aid box with all first aid appliances the first aid is

placed in an Easily assessable place.

5. SALARY ADVANCE

Salary advances is given to employees for marriage in their family and for Medical treatment purposes. 6. MEDICAL LEAVE Medical leave accumulation up to 30 days is allowed.

CHAPTER-V OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

PRIMARY DATA: To study the overall labour welfare measures and The Level of Employees Job satisfaction in NANDHI DALL MILLS, SALEM.

SECONDARY DATA:

To know the welfare facilities availed in NANDHI DALL MILLS.

To know the level of satisfaction about facilities offered. To find out the inadequacies in the welfare measures. To suggest suitable policy measures to motivate the employees object.

CHAPTER-VI SCOPE OF THE STUDY

SCOP OF THE STUDY

The study is made to know the labour welfare facilities in the NANDHI DALL MILLS the study clarifies how the labour welfare facilities which are important to the employees Motivation and level of satisfaction of employees determine the productivity of any concrn.Easy and every concern is trying to satisfy their employees by implementing the importance such welfare measures.

This study deals with the employees welfare facilities ad their level of satisfaction in the NANDHI DALL MILLS and also covers the problem being faced by them.

CHAPTER-VII LIMITATION OF THE STUDY

LIMITATION OF THE STUDY

The management of the company extended all their support and provided a congenial atmosphere to undertake the study, but there is some relationship in this noted below.

1. Time is the major constraints in conducting the survey, which restricts the sample size to 100. 2. The result is confined to NANDHI DALL MILLS only and does not applicable to any similar or other organization 3. The validity of responses may be affected, by the respondents bias.

CHAPTER-VIII SUGGESTIONS

SUGGESTIONS

Based on the study the researcher gives the following suggestion to the company

The Company should provide adequate transport facility to their employees. The company should take care about the coat and quality of the food item in the canteen The company should provide adequate loan facility to their employees. The company should provide adequate settle the statutory compensation to the employees. The company should provide the training and development programmers to the employees.

CHAPTER-IX CONCLUSION

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CONTENTS ABSTRACT CHAPTERS I INTRODUCTION


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1.4 PROFILE OF THE COMPANY II FUNCTIONAL AREAS-FUNCTIONS & PROCEDURES 2.1 FINANCE DEPARTMENT 2.2 PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT 2.3 HR DEPARTMENT 2.4 MARKETING DEPARTMENT 2.5 PURCHASE DEPARTMENT III IV V VI VII ANALYSIS-SWOT CONCLUSION SUGGESTIONS APPENDIX BIBLIOGRAPHY WEBLIOGRAPHY

CONCLUSION
From the study the researcher came to the conclusion that the Employer Employee relationship is cordial in NANDHI DALL MILLS, the company has not met a simple stricken or locked. The study revels that almost all the Employees satisfied with the welfare facilities provide by NANDHI DALL MILLS. Now thecomany has some draw backs regarding transport facility, training and development programs ect.., But it can be rectified through the proper implementation job satisfaction is a variable in the area of Organization behavior research and practice that has held ground for a rather long period of the in view of its pressure positive

contribution towards the outcome variable of Organization relevance, such as productivity, absenteeism and turnover. If the company implements the suggestions given in this report will improve the morale of the employees and thus improve their efficiencies and production.

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WEBLIOGRAPHY

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