Government and Society On STAKE HOLDERS Submitted to: Prof.Project Report In Industry. Deepak Srivastava .

 No.M. cotton seed oil and cake along with cotton ginning and pressing business. 2011 About the Organization Introduction: For over 30 years H. employee ranging from 2-3 and majority of handling by family members. Initially it was started with very small oil manufacturing unit but now it is looking towards sky.  Initially there were no technological use as it was much of labour intensive as to survive in initial stage with low cost manufacturing.  No competitive advantage in initial years. By using the latest innovative manufacturing technology and premium quality compounds we are able to produce products that can minimize costs.Submitted by: harpal patel 094116 Submitted on: 21st February.Industries has been a distinct entity in manufacturing of castor seed. It was all group efforts from all family members.  No formal structure.  The firm was established in 1988 as a small unit of castor seeds oil manufacturing. .

 New technologies in all three production units were incorporated.  It increased firm‟s goodwill in market.  Expansion of the firm began as it started new cotton seed oil manufacturing plant which was same process like castor oil manufacturing. The growth stage begin with employment of new employee in office.  Machinery for Cotton pressing was also installed.  Firm then entered into ginning of raw cotton as a part of backward diversification to avail cotton seeds.  Sale of products in greater market as Gujarat.  Increase in production capacity.  New machinery in existing machine line were added.  Employees were provided safety. .  This was the phase of change in organization.  New technology was incorporated as to reduce labour cost.  As the market grew the opportunities were there to grab and it was rightly done by the firm.others followed.  As duties were transferred to employees and they were given rights to take decisions. health and fringe benefits to move along with firms growth.Haryana.rajasthan .  At this stage the use of proper office staff and skilled operation men were recruited.  It was the golden phase of the business as it was all growth and it looked all skies.

 Today. we can say that we have been able to develop an Organization Structure where activities are grouped & placed under different heads. finance.  It was mainly to reduce labour dependability on production.  As there was closer of many units we survived the scare due to continues technological change Structure of business organization:-  Regarding the Organization Structure is concerned we have always had a simple structure without functional divisions until past few years.  New technology was incorporated in all production units. .  It took place in diversification and expansion stage.  We have always had a kind of one-man show. The Proprietor use to take all the decision be it of Sales. Purchase and factory. And now the it is at stability as there is effect of global recession which affected oil and cotton exports.

so it is headed by family member alongside some experienced personnel‟s for purchase of cotton.  Sales are carried out by chair person but all the related works are managed by sales manager. the proprietor is still the spearhead of all the Departments.  Under factory manager there are supervisors and workers who initially was handled by chair person but now as the structure has evolved it is been carried on by factory manager. But the level of Centralisation has not decreased to that extent.  Finance manager is accompanied by two to three sub-ordinates who account directly to chair person. .  Purchase manager is the most important function in our organization.

STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Primary Stakeholders: TECHNOLOGY PROCURMENT COMPETITORS Owner-Partner SUPPLIERS HUMAN RESOURCES FINANCE COTTON GINNING AND OIL MANUFACTURING customers 1.  RAW MATERIALS: FARMERS: . The effect of raw material suppliers as a whole would be directly on the working of whole production process. Supplies also plays important role as it affects a particular part of the process and it creates stoppage at that point. SUPPLIERS: Suppliers would include two main things raw material suppliers and supplies suppliers.

Boiler supplies. HUMAN RESOURCES:Employees are said to be the real assets of the company as they are the once who cater services to the company and gets the task done. We have employees such. In other words. The firm has a really talented pool of young people who wants to make a mark in textile world and they are interested in a fair pay. they have the power to strike or collective bargaining as well working for competitors and so they must be „kept satisfied‟. safe and healthy growing environment for work as well as stability.Farmers are crucial stakeholder in cotton industry as they are the main producers of cotton. Moreover. They affect them by hampering the production process. Availability of skilled workforce for . Straps suppliers. As any of the above mentioned supplies are short off then it would directly show its impact on production process. they are the task force of the firm. Bale cover supplier.  TRADERS/DALAL: Dalal and traders also affect cotton industry directly as they have all the track of raw material supply and demand they control the local pricing of raw cotton which is purchased from farmers. Jute bags supplier are all part of basic supplies to a cotton industries. Procurement of raw cotton and castor seeds from local market is very critical. 2.  SUPPLIES:Caustic soda vendor. Cultivation of cotton by farmers every season is the main source of raw material for the industry. Availability of raw material in local market is key factor which constitute of task environment.

FINANCE: Financial support from banks is critical in our business.  Office staff  Accountant  Sales manager  Cashier  Operations HR: Labour 3. .  Brokers  Farmers  Traders  Export houses  Refineries All of the above mentioned affect the business in direct manner as they help to generate sale to the company. For diversification and expansion availing loan is much easier. No.  Banks: Bank‟s support is much required in any agri business as the play important role in case of provision of working capital. 4. It can be bifurcated as cotton ginning and cotton seed oil manufacturing. Here also farmers have major stake as they are the for most buyer.operation is very important. CUSTOMERS:The role of customer towards the business is also very important as they are integral part of system as they help to generate sales as it can in ways of following manner. Requirement of working capital is fulfilled by banks. of Office personnel are kept less as there is no as such marketing or sales work.

The role of owner-partners is to handle their area of work as per their specialization and they have absolute authority over how to carry out their work. they have a right to say in important decisions relating to the firm‟s activities and also can inspect the records and books of the firm.e. Founder. however they are accountable to other partners for their end results. Dinesh. Moreover. Mr. 6. TECHNOLOGY PROCUREMENT:Technology procurement is also important part of our business as it is changing very frequently and all the expansion plans depends much on technological changes. OWNER-PARTNERThere are four partners in „H M Industries‟ i. and interest on capital. COMPETITOR:- . Mr. they must be „managed closely‟. 7. It is provided by. 5. salary. Viresh.  INDIVIDUAL VENDORS: Individual vendors are also important for the technology procurement and also has stake in any textile processing. Thus. Individual institution: individual institution are also stake holder in our business as they provide support during pick season as the business is in shortage of funds provided by bank. They have high interest in the organization as they get their returns in form of remuneration. Mr.  ATIRA: they provide quality and quantity of production equipment which are must for a growing business. and a share in profit from the firm. Paresh.

procurement operations spread over more than 225 market yards in the country. Secondary Stakeholders: LOCAL GOVERNMENT FASHION HOUSES FOREING GOVERNMENT SOCIAL ACTIVIST NCDEX MEDIA TEXTILE ASSOCIATION BUSINESS SUPPORT GOVERNMENT GENERAL PUBLIC CCI secondary stakeholders cotton industry CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 1. CCI:Cotton corporation of India has motive of Extending necessary marketing support to the cotton growers in selling their kapas produce at most competitive prices in the various market yards in all cotton growing States through timely intervention – beginning from day one of the kapas arrivals till the end of season.Competitors are also important part of the stakeholder analysis as they help to motivate and change the prices of cotton seed oil cake. . In local market there are three competitors who play important role on pricing of all final products.

Economic conditions affect the exports of the cotton bales as well as oil. GOVERNMENT:Polices of government are major factors which affect our business as there are price flooring by government on raw cotton. If the price is higher than market price then units like us suffers.” arguing that due to new technologies and farming methods. improved methods of pest management have reduced the use of pesticides. the use of genetically modified (GMO) cotton has reduced the use of land and toxic chemicals in cotton production by improving crop yields and resistance to boll worms. Stability in export market is directly related factors. Due to our continuous change in technology we could survive in the competitive market. So it affects small producers like us as well. NCDEX:Commodity market facilitates many of the retail investors but it has its affect on cotton industry as well as it changes the prices of the commodity in the market. 4. water. FASHION HOUSES:The cotton industry has mounted a public relations campaign promoting their product as “sustainable. the industry has greatly reduced its use of energy. Change in technology is prime factor which affects the functioning of the operation in manufacturing. TEXTILE ASSOCIATION:Textile associations affect the cotton industry directly as they have major stake in the cotton industry they help the whole textile process to develop and arrange its raw material and finished goods in same manner. 5. No-till farming reduces soil erosion.2. . and most significantly. 3. improved irrigation methods reduce water use. and toxic chemicals.

7. Also government can make changes .6. LOCAL GOVERNMENT: The local government can impact the cotton regulation for industries through various amendments and reforms in the budget. FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS: The foreign government can change the trade rules and policies and thereby affect the business scenario between two nations for better quality of goods and services at a better price. Also. it helps to improve economic and social development of the country and so Foreign governments are to be „Kept satisfied‟. 8. It has major impact on cotton prices. SOCIAL ACTIVIST: The Social activities carried out by various NGO‟s and other social enterprises helps to solve social problems and thereby improve the standard of living in the society and lead to economic growth which affect the use of cotton and to such organizations are to be „monitored closely‟.

11. BUSINESS SUPPORT: Business support services such as IT are very essential for carrying out the activities of the firm as various tasks such as quality assurance database is done through software and also auditing of the books and accounting is done and hence IT services are to be „kept satisfied‟. Thus. government is an important stakeholder for our firm and it is to be „kept informed‟. moreover it has the power to press the issue to the government by supporting the cause and praise the company and hence it has to be „kept satisfied‟.in legislation and various policies relating to the economic scenario which can change the business environment. MEDIA: Media in form of newspaper and local radio channels help in the publicity of the firm for recruiting the employees as well as branding the firm and creating the goodwill of the firm in the city and hence media id too be „kept informed‟. 9. . GENERAL PUBLIC: The general public is interested in adding social value and protecting the prosperity of the society and minimizing the risk. 10.

12. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY: Chamber of commerce and industry is an association for providing various facilities. services and access to the business houses as well as sector in Gujarat and it is a significant stakeholder for the firm as it improves the business environment in the city and to it is to be „kept informed‟. .