A PROJECT REPORT

ON “EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION TOWARDS WELFARE MEASURES”

AT RAJASHREE CEMENT UNIT OF GRASIM INDUSTRIES Ltd.
Aditya Nagar, Malkhed Road, Dist: Gulbarga (Karnataka).

A project report submitted to Visvesvarayya Technology University, Belgium As a partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Submitted By: AKKANAGAMMA.S.W USN: 3GN08MBA03. Under the Guidance of Internal Guide
Mrs.PREETI JOSHI

External Guide
Mr.D.M.BIRADAR

Guru Nanak Dev Engineering college.

ASST. MANAGER, CSR.

Bidar 2009-2010

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AKNOWLEDGEMENT

It is my privilege to Mr. P.K.Jain, Joint Executive President -HR, for giving me an opportunity to carry out my project work. I extend my sincere gratitude Mr. V.A. Yaligar, GM-HR for providing all the help to complete my project. My special thanks to Mr. B.H.Kalligud, Dy.MANAGER - HR, for their continuous guidance to complete my project. I would like to thanks my guide Mr.D.M.Biradar, Asst Manager CSR & my faculty for providing this placement. I am extremely grateful to all the staff of HR DEPT (TIMEOFFICE & CSR) for their invaluable insight and suggestion and sparing their precious time to interact with me. Finally I would like to thanks my beloved brother, family & my friends who encouraged me through out this block placement period.

Miss. Akkanagamma .S.W
USN:3GN08MBA03.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Particular

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PROFILES
• • Industry Profile Company Profile

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INTRODUCTION
 Statement of the problem  Objectives of the Study  Scope of the Study  Methodology  Limitations of the Study

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DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION SUMMARY OF FINDINGS AND CONCLUSION SUGGESTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS APPENDIX BIBLIOGRAPHY

INTRODUCTION TO GRASIM INDUSTRIES LIMITED:
A US $29.2 billion corporation, the Aditya Birla Group is in the league of Fortune 500. It is anchored by an extraordinary force of 130,000 employees, belonging to 30

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different nationalities. In India, the Group has been adjudged "The Best Employer in India and among the top 20 in Asia" by the Hewitt-Economic Times and Wall Street Journal Study 2007. Over 50 per cent of its revenues flow from its overseas operations. The Group operates in 25 countries — India, UK, Germany, Hungary, Brazil, Italy, France, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Australia, USA, Canada, Egypt, China, Thailand, Laos, Indonesia, Philippines, Dubai, Singapore, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Malaysia and Korea.

Globally the Aditya Birla Group is :
• A metals powerhouse, among the world’s most cost-efficient aluminum and

copper producers. Hindalco-Novelis is the largest aluminum rolling company. It is one of the 3 biggest producers of primary aluminum in Asia, with the largest single location copper smelter, • • • • No. 1 in viscose staple fiber The 4th largest producer of insulators The 4th largest producer of carbon black The 11th largest cement producer globally, the seventh largest in Asia and the

second largest in India. • • Among the world’s top 15 BPO companies and among India’s top 4 Among the best energy efficient fertilizer plants

In India:
• • A premier branded garments player The 2nd largest player in viscose filament yarn

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The 2nd largest in the Chlor-alkali sector Among the top 5 mobile telephony companies A leading player in Life Insurance and Asset Management Among the top 3 super-market chains in the Retail business

Rock solid in fundamentals, the Aditya Birla Group nurtures a culture where success does not come in the way of the need to keep learning afresh, to keep experimenting.

Beyond Business – The Aditya Birla Group is :
• • Working in 3700 villages, Reaching out to 7 million people annually through the Aditya Birla Centre for

Community Initiatives and Rural Development, spearheaded by Mrs. Rajashree Birla, • Focusing on :Education, Health and family Welfare, sustainable livelihood,

infrastructure and espousing social causes, • Running 42 Schools and 18 Hospitals

Transcending the conventional barriers of business to send out a message that “We Care”.

GROUP VALUES.

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GRASIM CEMENT DIVISION:
India’s third largest cement manufacture with an aggregate cement capacity of 13.83 MTPA spread over its units across India. Grasim cement units are at Jawad and Raipur in Madhya Pradesh, Shambhpura in Rajasthan and Tirchy in Tamilnadu and Sake in Gujarat, most of the cement units are equipped with state of the art equipment and are certified for ISO-14001 system.

Capacity Plant Rajashree Cement Location Malkhed in Gulbarga Dist. (Karnataka) Vikram Cement Jawad and Bhatinda griding unit (Punjab) Grasim Cement Aditya Cement Cement Division South Raipur (Chattishgarh) Shambhupura (Rajasthan) Reddipalayam (Tamil Nadu) 2.06 1.50 1.16 4.20 (in tones) 4.20 million

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Shree Digvijay Cement Total

Sikka, (Gujarat)

1.08 14.20

INFORMATION ABOUT RAJASHREE CEMENT (A UNIT OF GRASIM INDUSTRIES):
Rajashree Cement (A Unit of Grasim Industries Ltd.) is located at Adityanagar, Malkhed in the Gulbarga District of Karnataka State. The plant has three units manufacturing clinker and PPC/OPC Cement of 43 & 53 grades as per standards, published by Bureau of Indian Standards. The first Unit was commissioned in the year 1984, the second one in 1990 and the third unit in 1995, with a total installed capacity of 3.0 million Tons per annum (MTPA). The production capacity has been enhanced to 4.2 MTPA as of now. The cement is sold in the open market through a well established network.

Rajashree Cement has adopted dry process precalcination technology with sophisticated control instrumentation from internationally renowned firms like KHD Humboldt Wedag AG of Germany for ensuring consistent quality of cement. The Company is committed to Total Quality using highly sophisticated state-of-art technology and has taken the lead in the country for Energy Conservation by installing High pressure Roller Presses for raw material and cement grinding, 6 Stage Pre-heaters and Trip late cyclone. The organization has attached utmost importance to the conservation of environment in and around its Industrial complex by installing highly efficient electrostatic precipitators and dust collectors.

Following facilities are installed/available in the organization:

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i) Captive Power Plant of 58.2 MW capacity, ii) Leased Limestone Mines, iii) Limestone Crusher, Stacker and Reclaimer, iv) Coal Mill with Crusher and Pulverization, v) Raw Mill: Ball Mills with Roller Press, vi) Raw Meal Silos, vii)

Pre-heaters, viii) Kiln & Cooler, ix) Clinker Stock Piles & Silo, x) Cement Mill: Ball Mills with Roller Press, xi) Cement Silos, xii) Packing Machines (Rotary Packers), xiii) Bulk Cement Loading Silo , xiv) Fly-ash storage Silo, xv) Mobile fire and foam tender, xvi) Alarm System, xvii) Well equipped hospital.

The major raw-materials are Limestone, Coal, Gypsum, Literate, Bauxite and Fly-ash. The limestone is available in-house through leased mines (total lease area 1813 acres, Limestone reserve up to 60 meter depth 906 million Ton, Total Limestone crushed as on March 2007 is 66 million Ton, Residual Limestone available 840 million Tons). The other materials are purchased from nearby mines. The other suppliers are technology/spare parts suppliers who play a vital role in producing quality cement. The organization maintains a very cordial relationship with them and they are regularly invited for seminars and for joint participation in improvement activities. The key quality requirements of customers are strength of cement and setting time. Other requirements have been as defined by BIS in its relevant standards. It may be noted that the organization is consistently supplying the cement of higher strength compared to strength mentioned in BIS standards. As a result, the brand enjoys the premium status in the market. In order to meet the growing customer demands in western and southern regions of India, following facilities have been established:

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Cement split Grinding unit at Hotgi (near Sholapur, Maharashtra) in 1995 with 3500 TPD grinding capacity.

Bulk Loading Terminal at Doddaballapur (near Bangalore, Karnataka) in 1999 with 180 TPH packing capacity.

Ready Mix Concrete plants at Hyderabad, Bangalore & Goa in 1999-2000 with 30 M3/Hr. capacity.

Regular monitoring for ambient air, work zone, noise, water discharge is being done to monitor air, water and noise pollution level. The company has procured adequate number of equipment to do the required monitoring all over the plant.

Proactive measures are also being taken to avoid/control incidents/accidents in the plant in a structural manner. For this detailed environmental impact and health & safety risk analysis have been done. Regular health checkup of all employees is also being done to identify any adverse impact on the health. To improve awareness regular training sessions are being organised for employees both at HRD & their workplace.

For better coordination and control between the departments and for optimising the cost of manufacturing, the unit has implemented SAP R/3 ERP Package. This covers modules of PPPI, PM, QM, MM, FI, CO & HR. Internal communication is done mostly by e-mails and CUG mobiles. V-SAT is also been installed to make a link with sisterunits and Marketing for faster and reliable communication. Internet facility is also been provided to all Dept. Heads & key personnel for enhancing the knowledge about external business environment.

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At Group level World Class Manufacturing (WCM) Concept has been adopted to improve Employee Participation in small groups to Excel the Manufacturing and improve Overall Equipment Effectiveness by eliminating Losses. The efforts and innovativeness of individuals and teams are recognized through Motivational Schemes like Good Work Award, Employee Suggestion Scheme, WCM Team Awards, Communication Awards and Safety Awards etc.

As part of Community Development, Rajashree Cement started Kagina Jana Seva Trust (KJST) with an objective to improve literacy, health and economic standard of the surrounding community. KJST organizes various programmes like Adult Education, Entrepreneurship Development, Agricultural Development, Medical and Health Care Camps etc for over all development in partnership with the Government and villagers.

Site Description: Rajashree Cement is spread over 1200 acres area, located 7 kms. from historic village Malkhed in Northern Karnataka. Malkhed area was devoid of any Wildlife, Forest land, Grazing land and Human habitats prior to Rajashree Cement. The climate of this area is of typical peninsular India. It has low rain fall and exhibits wide temperature variation, experiences severe summer and moderate winter. The Soil is Saline (PH value 8.5). There is no Sensitive Natural Habitat around it.

Rajashree cement Vision
1. Customerization 2. Quality consistency 3. Product range 4. Cost competitiveness 5. Employee empowerment

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Rajashree cement Mission:
1. To become the best cement unit in the country through human and technical excellence. 2. To foster the culture of involvement, participation, team work and innovation. 3. To achieve excellence in all effort and activities by each one of us. 4. To produce a premium quality cement and extend best service to its customers. 5. To establish a neat clean and pollution free environment. 6. Community should perceive us a progressive well professional organization.

Board of Directors
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Mr. Kumar Mangalam Birla, Chairman Mrs. Rajashree Birla Mr. M. L. Apte Mr. B. V. Bhargava Mr. R. C. Bhargava Mr. S. B. Mathur Mr. Cyril Shroff Mr. S. G. Subhramanyan Mr. Shailendra K. Jain (Whole-time Director) Mr. D. D. Rathi (Whole-time Director & CFO)

The salient facts about Rajashree Cement are:
1. Coal-based thermal power plant with a 58.2 MW capacity. 2. Modern dry process technology form KhD, Germany, with a state-of-the-art process control system. 3. The only cement plant in Indian with a captive coal washery 4. 4. First in India to achiever certification of ISO 9001:2001 by DNV, 2001. 5. Cement varieties catering to different segments: Rajashree Cement for residential and commercial construction; Birla Super Cement for multistoried buildings, dams and bridges; Birla Plus for mass concrete laying and non-structural applications, Netherlands

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Birla Coastal for foundation work and for use in coastal areas as well as sugar and fertilizer plants, and OPC 53 – S (sleeper grade cement)

The following major modifications have been carried out:1. Unit 1 Pre-heater up gradation from v stage to VI stage and cyclone modification. 2. Installation of cooler cyclone in unit II & III up gradation of cooler by installation of omega plate in 1st grade in all three unit now Rajashree Cement is one of the largest single located grey cement manufacture in Grasim Cement division under Grasim Industries Ltd., of Aditya Birla group having a capacity of 4.2 MTPA cement production. The cement plant is also equipped with Captive Thermal Power plant of capacity 58.2 MW & DGPP of capacity 5.3 MW facilitating to serve the customer through out the year. 3. The company producers a variety of product rang in the cement viz, Rajarshree Cement 43 grade, Birla super cement 53 grades, Birla plus cement, the deliverance of product to the end user is made through as well established dealer/retailer network with sufficient 4. With sales and distribution module is used to book orders with an assurance of delivery within 48 Hrs from any of nearest depot/dealer.

In order to meet the growing customer demand for the product/service in the parts of western and southern region, the following additional facilities have been established.

1) Cement split grinding unit at Hotgi, (Maharashatra) with capacity of 3500 TPD-1995.

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2) Bulk loading terminal at Doddaballpur with a capacity of 180 TPN of packing – 1999 3) Read mix concrete plant at Hyderabad, Chennai, and Bangalore, with total capacity of 300 M3/Hour – 99-00 4) Facilities for bulk loading of clinker & cement at Rajashree. 5) Owns 3 bulk rakes to transport cement to packing plant, Doddaballapur of catering Karnataka and Kerala market.

The regulatory environment within which the applicant operates, including occupational health and safety, environmental, financial regulations, etc.

Rajashree Cement is governed by relevant industry acts for Mining, water, pollution, safety, etc. The company policy is to conduct its operations safely, protecting the health of its employees and all others who may be affected by its operations with due regard to environmental protection and compliance to statute. In the interest of the organization and employees with regard to Safety, Health and Environment, we have excellent regulating & monitoring systems, such as. 1. Identification of defects related to equipment / environment / safety and audits of the same by the Internal and External Parties. 2. 10 Bedded Hospital with ECG, X-Ray facilities and extension of medical services to contract laborers and villagers. 3. ISO-9001: 2000 Quality Management System. 4. The Unit is also implementing OHSAS-18001 & SA – 8000 within 4 months of time.

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Major Thrust Areas:
A. WCM: World class Manufacturing (WCM) is adopted to improve Employee participation in small groups in excelling the manufacturing and improving the overall equipment efficiency by eliminating all forms of defects and losses.

B. Total Quality Management:
In order to improve the Quality Management Performance of the organization, the international Quality Rating System (IQRS) has been adopted and attained level 6 in the year 1999. Further in this direction, Six Sigma concept has been initiated to improve the process efficiencies and 4 projects were initiated under this concept. It is our endeavor to sustain and improve further on a continuous basis.

C. Strategic Quality Planning:
The Strategic Planning has been deployed since three years as a measure to improve the organization’s capability to meet long and short term goals and to enhance cost competitiveness, operational efficiency, quality consistency and customer satisfaction.

D. Capacity Additions:
In order to maintain the No. 1 Position in the region, the Rajashree Cement enhanced its capacities through Technology Up gradation in the existing 3 lines to increase the overall production from 9,000 TPD to 12,500 TPD.

E. Manpower rationalization:
In order to keep man power costs down and to benchmark with best in class industry, Man Power rationalization is undertaken through job evaluation / Man Power studies, de-layering / VRS.

Raw materials required to produce cement:-

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1. Lime stone 2. Aluminum leatherette 3. Hematite 4. Gypsum 5. Fly ash

The contents of raw materials consumed to produce the cement are:1. Lime stone 93% 2. Aluminum latherite 2% 3. Hematite 1.5% 4. Late rite 2% 5. Fly ash 1.5%

Technology:
Rajashree cement has opted for the best world class technology and equipment right from its inception. The plant has a state of art technology featuring an assemblage of fuzzy logic x-ray analyzer and cement scanner to ensure optimum production. The technology knows how and the main equipment for the cement plants have been obtained form m/s losche supplied the vertical coal mills at unit II and unit III. M/s K HD Humboldt Ltd., Wedge Germany supplied the roller press, on the latest equipment in the cement grinding process. The company was first in the country to install multisection soil with 6 compartments. In addition to the above the company has v-separator, pyro step cooler coal washery to reduce ash content of high ash coal.

Products profile :
The company manufactures a wide range of premium brands of cement, catering to

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different needs of customers.

Types of cement
Ordinary Portland cement 43 grade Ordinary Portland cement 53 grade Premium composite cement IRST-40 Cement

Brand name
Ultratech Birla super Birla Plus Rajashree IRST-40

Packing Design:
1 2 High-density polyethylene (HDP) Paper

Weight
1 50 Kg Net per Bag.

Quality
1 Specification bureau of International standard as per quality system of ISO-

9001:2000

BRANDS OF CEMENT: 1) Rajashree cement
Rajashree cement is 43 grade cement which has end strength 63 MTPA; it is positioned in the middle market segment. The product has been used extensively for construction activities in the southern Maharashtra and Karnataka. It enjoys a reputation of giving ‘value for money’ Materials required producing 43 Grade cement 1 Clinker 93.50%

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2 Gypsum 4.00% 1. Fly ash 2.50%

2) Birla super:
Birla super is 53 grade cement in the company’s up-market product. Birla super has a 28 days comprehensive strength of to MTPA. It can produce concrete up to M 70 grade with ease. Materials required producing 53 Grade cement 1. Clinker 93.50% 2. Gypsum 4.00% 3. Fly ash 2.50%

3) Birla plus:Birla plus is a premium composite cement in the company’s up-market product. All cement build. But it takes a truly special one to breath life into a construction. Birla plus not only comes with the unique quality of strengthening your construction over time, it also has concrete answers to the widest range of modern constructions, ranging from row houses to skyscrapers and dams to flyovers. Constructions that stands tall. Materials required producing Birla plus cement 1. Clinker 71% 2. Gypsum 4% 3. Fly ash 25%

4) IRST-40 Cement:IRST-40 cement is used for making railway sleepers, dams, and big projects. It is a special category of cement and has very high brains. It helps in producing most durable concrete and is produced when there is an order for the project.

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Materials required producing OPC 53 S Cement a. Clinker 96% b. Gypsum 4%

Grasim Cement. Hotgi:Birla super cement is a grinding unit, an extension of Rajashree cement, Malkhed (grey cement division of Grasim industries Ltd) located at Hotgi, south Solapur district of Maharashtra with an Installed capacity of 1.2 million tones per annum. It was commissioned on 10-07-1995 and the commercial production started on 23-07-1995. The raw material (clinker) for production of Birla super cement is supplied by its sister concern, Rajashree cement, Malkhed, we were the first in introduction the 53 grade cement (BIRLA SUPER) in the country. The unit has best of world class technology and equipments. We have collaboration with various giant and reputed western based industries so as to equip the factory with the latest technology of cement industry. The complete plant is totally automated and centrally controlled with the latest technology of cement industry. The complete plant is totally automated and centrally controlled with the support of programmable logic (PLC) arrangement.

The success of this unit is mainly because of the following major forces:c. Dynamic and able leadership supported by highly qualified, activated, committed and charged team of officer and staff with full of professional approach. d. Uninterrupted supply of clinker by Rajashree cement, Malkhed. e. Regular production and dispatch planning from the respective CMO.

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f. Excellent marketing support. g. Co-operation from district administration, policy officials, authorities, labor dept and nearby villagers.

The cement manufacturing process
The technology adopted by the company for manufacture of cement is the dry process with suspension mainly because of low fuel consumption, lesser requirement of water and high in production capacity.

Raw material used:
1. Limestone 2. Iron ore 3. Coal 4. Chemical gypsum 5. Alumnus laterite 6. Fly ash

Stage –I mining and crushing:
The limestone is extracted form the earth’s crust by the process of blasting. After blasting limestone boulders are transported to the crushing chit and crushed to the required size. The crushed limestone is then transported through belt conveyer to the stacker-reclaimer section.

Stage-II Stacker/Reclaimer
The stacker-reclaimer is used for pre blending of crushed limestone. Reclaimer picks up the required quality of crushed limestone form the stock pile and feeds into the raw mill

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hopper through belt conveyor.

Stage-III Raw mix grinding
There are different hoppers for the storing of crushed limestone, iron ore and Alumnus Laterite. The stored raw materials from the hopper are proportioned and fed to roller press and subsequently to mill for fine grinding of required fineness. The mix containing 93-98% Limestone 3-4% aluminum late rite, 2-3% Hematite and 1-3%fly ash which is to be missed in the limestone stock pile itself. The output of the mill grinding is stored in raw meal silo.

Stage-IV coal crushing and grinding:
The coal is fed into the coal crusher from where the crushed coal is stored in the coal stocker and reclaimer. This coal (used as fuel for burning) is crushed, pulverized in vertical roller mill (ball mill and fed into the kiln along with primary on through burner pipe.

Stage-V Clinkerization:
From the raw mill silo the material is extracted and conveyed to the pre-heater section. The powdered homogenized raw mill from the silo is fed to the kiln passes through preheaters where raw mill gets partly calcined and converted into clinker at a temperature of about 1300—1400 degree centigrade in the sintering zone of the kiln. The material is calcined and heated in pre-heater and calcined by utilizing kiln waste gases and additional coal finding. This partially calcined materials enters into the kiln where the remaining 8. /. Of the calcinations and clinkerization takes place in the kiln and clinker is discharged into the cooler.

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Stage-VI clinker cooling/ storage
The clinker from the kiln is cooled in the cooler section and is transported to the clinker stockpile by deep pan conveyor (DPC) form the clinker stock pile, the clinker is transported to cement mill hopper though Deep Bucket Conveyor (DBC).

Stages VII cement grinding:The clinker and gypsum are stored in the respective hopper. The clinker and gypsum are proportioned and fed to roller press subsequently to ball mill for fine grinding of required fineness. The proportion contains 97-98. /. 2.3. /. Gypsum. The fine ground material is as cement.

Stage VIII Packing and dispatch:
The cement from the mill is transported to storage silo and from there the cement is conveyed to packing plant and is packed in 50kgs bags by rotary packing machine and then directly loaded into trucks/rail rakes and transported to different locations in the country.

Some of the awards won by this unit are:
1. National award for ‘Quality Excellence in the Indian Cement Industry’ by the National Council for Cement and Building Materials, for the year 2000-01. 2. IMC Ramakrishna Bajaj National Quality Award (certificate of merit) in 1999. 3. Jamnalal Bajaj Uchit Vyavahar Puraskar for fair Business Practices in 1995. 4. Rajeev Gandhi National Quality Award in 1993.

Recent awards won by this unit are:
5. Green Rating of cement industries 3 leaves out of 5 leaves by (Centre for 22

sciences and environment) in 2006. 6. Gold Award for Green tech environment excellence award 2006. From Green tech foundation, Goa on 31-08-2006. 7. Super platinum award in manufacturing sector. From frost & Sullivan on 11-122006. 8. Chairmen WCM award 2007, Rajashree Cement won silver award. 9. Grasim cement received, “State Level Award” for Excellence in Energy conservation and management 2008 from Maharastra Govt. 10. Under the aegis of Directorate of mines safety and mines safety association, Karnataka, Rajashree Cement based “Overall All Best Performance Award”. In the 2007 in zone 2.

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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH TOPIC
Welfare refers to a conditions of living of an individual or group in a desirable and happy state of relation ships with the who economical and social, ecological welfare means environment friendly existence, ecological balance pollution existence and proper sanitation.

Concept :The term welfare as it suggest the ideas, meanings and conditions such as the state of well-being, health, happiness, prosperity, and the development of human resource. The concept welfare can be approached from various angle; welfare has been described as a total in order to establish the manpower their work and achievement of the organizational objectives. 24

Thus manpower is a vital ingredient for the success of an organization, making the task of good labour welfare system in organization and resources utilized of personnel management. The employees who join the organization today have different values and norms. Their expectations are different and they are more competent and more informed than the employees wee in the past. While human resources can be great asset to the organization. They become problem if the organization in not able to manage them properly . Amenities will meet employee operation and leads to satisfaction. They are the mirrors, which reflects the employee’s satisfaction

Amenities include:
 Restroom facility  Medical facility canteen facility  Leave travel concession  Education facility for employees and children  Hospital facilities  Uniform  Loans and advances facility  Bonus  Safety lockers  Transportation

Definition:
Employees welfare referred to as betterment work for employees, relates to taking care of the well being of workers or employers.

Aim of employee welfare:-

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From humanitarian point of view employees should be provide certain facilities and amenities economic point of view, it is very essential as it improves the living and working condition of employees and also increase productivity

Subject background of the study:Human resources department play a vital role in Indian modern society. One of the main function of personnel management in industrial organization is to lay concentration on welfare measures to be undertake. The management looks after employee’s right number and right kids. They must be stationed at the right place on one hand on the other hand meet their genuine expectation of returns for the work accomplished by them. The personnel management that deals with undertaking their needs and behavior must remember it. Employee is an important aspect to boost up motivation for achieving organization goals. The philosophy of a healthy organization is to establish employee safety measures and welfare activities, which gives an opportunity for the workers to express thyeire social responsiveness towards the welfare scheme offered to them. There is necessity to know how labour welfare officer performs his duty in creating environment to boost of morale of the people working in the organization. The different acts, rules and regulation prescribed by the government to safeguard the welfare of the workers and to put them into force and if they are not the reasons for not forces are clearly examined. Manpower is otherwise termed as human resources. This consists of knowledge, skills, creative ability and aptitude of the workforce of all the M’s namely materials, machines. Money and motive power. The most important one is “M for Men or Human Resources “. Problems relating to inadequacy of welfare measure provided or lack of welfare measures, sometimes both intramural and extramural are studies to find out the cause for such problems and to evaluate solution to the problems. In the study of this project, great stress has been laid on the impact of social responsibility and social responsiveness to stick out a between economic power and social responsiveness.

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“All activities o any enterprise are initiated and determine by the persons, who make up the institution plans, offices, computers, automated equipment and all the make a modern firm are unproductive expect for human components is the central and most important because all depends how well it is done” – Cens is like. Human resource may be through of as the total knowledge task, creative abilities, talents and aptitude values, and aptitude of people who the organizations workforce. A human resource needs to be utilized to the maximum possible extent in order to achieve to active organizational and individual goals. It is the most valuable asset of an organization in fact it is an economic resource covering all human resource organized and unorganized, employed or capable of employment, working at all level hence importance of human resources. Human resources management is the planning, organizing, directing and controlling of the procurement, compensation, integration, maintenance, specialization and separation of human resources so as to accomplish individual group and social goals. Effective management of manpower is the key to a successful organization. Since it is the factor responsible for performing those activities essentials for accomplishment of the organization goals. The dynamic nature of man poses a challenge to the task of personnel management which over comes the dynamic and develops the potential of the economics, resulting in maximum satisfaction in meeting some of their life’s contingencies and to meet the social obligation of employees.

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The transference of ruler population to the urban areas as a result of industrialization, brought within certain sociological problems. Heaving the up rooted from their rural mornings, the new class of employee required welfare service to be provided to them in new surroundings so as to enable them to adopt to changing situation.

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Original conceived as a humanitarian approach, the employer realized the value of providing better working and living conditions to their employees. What was, therefore, essentially a humanitarian approach in the initial stages, gave rise to utilitarian philosophy as motivating force for providing welfare amenities to the working population. The Indian national congress in its Karnataka session in 1931 demanded that the organization of economic life in the country must confirm to the principles of justice and it might secure a decent standard of living. It also emphasized that the state should safeguard the interest of the industrial employers and should secure for for them by suitable legislation a living wage, healthy condition of work. Limited hours of suitable work, machinery for settlement of disputed between employers and employee and protection against the economic consequence of old age, sickness employment. The need for adding welfare activities to the contractual relationship between employer and the workers received attention in any country in the early state of industrialization. The state had to intervene using its persuasive powers and / or by enforcing legislation. Our country has been no exception to this process. Barring a few cases, employers were were not generally inclined to accept the financial burden on account of welfare activities where they did provided the amenities, it was more matter or paternalistic approach to labor rather than recognition of workers needs. The government of India started evincing interested in the welfare programmers during the second world war. When they introduced scheme of labour welfare in their ordinance, ammunition and other factories engaged in war production. The services of reputed labour leader were availed for advising government on this important aspect the workers life governments’ anxiety in those days was to take steps up the morale of the employees played in these factories to help in the midst of political difficult situation.

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FACILITIES PROVIDED FOR THE EMPLOYEES
WELFARE FACILITIES
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Industrial Canteen

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Rest room & Lunch room Hospital Basic Facilities Club Swimming pool Birthday gift Medical examination Uniform & Personal Protective equipment Co-operative society Transport facilities Estate Department Garden Coconut Oil & Jaggery Commercial establishment Socio Religious Activity

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INDUSTRIAL CANTEEN Under the factories Act, 1948 it is statutory requirement of the employer to provide the necessary canteen facilities where more than 250 workers ordinarily employed in any one day of the proceeding 12 month in the factory. The canteen has to be run on No loss and No profits basis.

a) Eligibility for canteen facility

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In Rajashree Cement Canteen is running under Contract at the subsidized rate. The canteen facilities extended upto the grade IX (Workmen to Jr.Engr.), Apprentices, Permanent Contract workers working in Packing plant, Stores, Gypsum unloading, Horticulture and Badlidars who are working in Packing plant. Except Badlidars all remaining employees will get coupon worth Rs.120/and Badlidars will get the coupon depending upon their attendance.

b) Procedure for issue of coupon Coupon will be issued twice in a month to all eligible employees. For the permanent employees coupons will be issued on credit basis and others will be on cash. c) Menu: Day Monda1y Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Breakfast Idly & Tea Wada & Tea Puri & Tea Idly & Tea Wada & Tea Puri & Tea Upama & Tea Rate in Rs. 0.80+0.40 1.40+0.40 1.40+0.40 0.80+0.40 1.40+0.40 1.40+0.40 0.80+0.40 Evening Snacks Bajji + Tea Pakoda + Tea Mixture + Tea Bajji + Tea Pakoda + Tea Avalakki + Tea Mixture + Tea Rate 0.90+0.40 0.90+0.40 0.90+0.40 0.90+0.40 0.90+0.40 0.90+0.40 0.90+0.40

• Breakfast ( upama and kesari bath ) will be served morning 05.30 am to 06.30 am every day. • Lunch will be served at 12.30 to 2.30 p.m • Dinner will be served between 9:00 pm and 10.30 pm.

d) Billing

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Against the sale of coupon, company is paying 85 % of the total amount paid as subsidy to the Contractor and an additional Subsidy actual (which is the payment of 12 contract labours as per the minimum wage and 1cook will be paid a consolidated wage of Rs.4000.00). In addition to that 36 industrial LP Gas cylinders will be provided to the contractor. e) Canteen Committee meeting: Canteen committee will meet every alternative month to discuss about the issues related to the canteen. II. REST ROOM / LUNCH ROOM • As a statutory requirement under the Factories Act, we are providing Rest room/ Lunch Room for the employees.

III.

HOSPITAL  To take care of the health of employees and their families members, the hospital is well equipped with X – Ray, Laboratory facilities with 2 Medical Officers and 7 paramedical staffs are providing service to the employees and their families. Once in fortnight specialist are called for the consultation and treatment.  Ambulance service is provided during the emergencies.

IV.

BASIC FACILITIES:

 Drinking water, washing and toilet facilities provided for the employees in various locations in the plant. V. CLUB

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In Rajashree Cement there are two clubs namely Ullas Staff Club and Employees Club a) Objectives of the club: • To provide recreational facilities and amenities to its members • To make available for the members to display and their literary interest, skills, sports, social traits and other activities. b) Activities: • Conducting various cultural programmes • Conducting various sports and games • To increase literary knowledge conducting various competitions for residents. • Library facilities • Facilities for playing indoor and outdoor games. • Celebration of National & State festivals.
c)

Membership fee: • Monthly contribution for employees club is Rs.5 ( Membership is voluntary) • Monthly contribution for Ullas Staff Club is depend upon the members Basic pay ( Membership is compulsory) • Against the Employees contribution Management contributes 150%.

The Club activities managed by Elected / Nominated members of the employees.

VI. SWIMMING POOL A sophisticated Swimming pool is provided for the benefit of employees and their families. a) Membership fee: • For individual membership Rs. 25 will be collected per month and for family Rs.50 will collected.

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VII. BIRTHDAY GIFT On the occasion of employees birthday as a token of love and affection management is presenting a gift with greeting card for the employees. VIII. MEDICAL EXAMINATION: • As a statutory requirement all the employees should undergo medical examination once in a year. Accordingly a detailed schedule is chalked out and advised the employees to go for a medical examination in our dispensary. During the course of medical examination if any employee found to be suffering from any disease/ ailment will be advised to go for proper treatment. • This helps the employees to take preventive care on certain health problems.

IX. UNIFORM AND PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS: a) Uniform • The company will provide every year two pairs of uniforms to all permanent and contractor’s workmen who are working in packing plant & gypsum unloading. • All the employees are provided similar quality of uniforms. b) Safety shoes • A pair of safety shoes is provided to the employees every year.
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• Once in three years all the employees are provided a raincoat and gumboot.
d) Helmet:

• Once in two years helmet is issued to the employees. As an exceptional cases helmet will be provided after the certification of the Safety Department.
X. CO-OPRATIVE SOCIETY:

For the benefit of the employees Rajashree Cement has operating a consumer co- operative society which providing valuable service to the employees. a) Provision Store. b) Liquidated Petroleum Gas cylinders. c) Milk supply to the colony residents and Guest Houses.
XI. TRANSPORT FACILITIES: Rajashree cement has a separate wing to look after the transport convenience of the colony residents, students and guests.

a) To facilitate the residents company is operating bus service from Adityanagar to Gulbarga twice a day on subsidized rate and special service will be provided as on when required (occasionally). b) To facilitate the student who are commuting from Malkhed and surrounding villages are provided bus facilities. c) Taxi facilities also available on chargeable basis for the employees.

XII.

ESTATE DEPARTMENT:

• For colony maintenance a separate Estate Department is working for the benefit of the colony residents and providing timely services.
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• Company is providing certain amount of free unit electricity to the employees depending upon their grades. Over and above will be charged at reasonable rate. • Company is supplying Free water to the residents. • 920 qutrs. provided for the employees depending upon their grade. A nominal charges will be collected from the employees towards the rent. • Furniture will be provided to all employees depending upon their grade. XIII. GARDEN: Company has a separate wing for the developing and maintaining of garden in the colony.  In various locations company has developed parks.  Company has developed Public Garden for the colony residents and installed various entertainment facilities for the children. XIV. COCONUT OIL and JAGGERY: All the workmen shall be provided 20 grams of Coconut oil and 60 grams jaggery per attendance.

XV. COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENT: Apart from co-operative society two provision stores, two vegetable shop, two hotels, two petty shops, Dhobi, Flour mill, medical shop, telephone booth, motor vehicle workshop, Medical shop, Post Office and Bank are providing service colony residents. XVI. SOCIO RELIGIOUS: As a mark of respect to the religion and spirituality company has constructed two temples in the colony premise and extending services to the devotees. Various devotional program being organised during the different occasion.

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XVII. RECREATIONAL FACILITY: Through cable TV network 12 TV channels are being provided to the colony residents

XVIII. EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

a) School: Best education is provided to the employees children from Kindergarten to II pre university course having English as its medium under the CBSE Syllabus. The school is being run by Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan with 42 teaching staff, 10 Non teaching staffs and 1125 students. We have good facilities for sports and games, Music, Art, Drawing etc., b) Industrial Training Institute: The best Industrial Training is provided to 32 students in the trade of Electrical and mechanical with four teaching staff and 1 non teaching staff through Kagina Jana Seva Trust to the local students.
XIX. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT:

The company is also running a rural development through Kagina Jana Seva Trust. The trust is conducting various rural Development Programmes for the rural mass is to help them to help themselves. Towards this it has channelised the energies and expertise of various agencies to bring an Integrated development. The trust is organising various health camps for the rural people.

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DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION

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DATA ANALYSISI AND INTERPRETATION
Table 1 Table showing the satisfaction about the quality of Food provided in the canteen
Number of respondents 15 65 20 00 00 100 Percentage of responds 15 65 20 00 00 100

SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5

Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total

Percentage of respondent

70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 15% 10% 0%

65%

20% 0% 0% 1 No. of Respondents

Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

Interpretation:
From the above table we can find that the quality of food is satisfactory. 65% of people are satisfied, 15% people are highly satisfied and only 20% people have neural opinion.

Table 2 Table showing the satisfaction towards hygiene

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SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5

Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total

Number of respondents 45 55 00 00 00% 100 Percentage of respondent

Percentage of responds 45% 55% 00% 00% 00% 100%

60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 45%

55% Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied 0% 0% 0%

1 No. of Respondents

Interpretation:
From the 55% of the respondents are satisfied and 45% of the respondents are highly satisfied to the hygiene in the canteen.

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Table 3 Table showing the satisfaction towards Hospital facilities/ Medical facilities provided by the company
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Number of respondents 15 75 00 10 00 Percentage of responds 15 75 00% 10 00% 100%

100 Percentage of respondent

80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 15% 10% 0%

75%

Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied 10% 0% 0%

1 No. of Respondents

Interpretation:
Majority of the respondents i.e., 75% satisfied and 15% of the respondents are highly satisfied and only 10% of respondents are dissatisfied.

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Table 4 Table showing the satisfaction toward basic facilities
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Number of respondents 50 35 10 05 00 Percentage of responds 50% 35% 10% 05% 00% 100%

100 Percentage of respondent

50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%

50%

35%

Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied 5% 0%

10%

1 No. of Respondents

Interpretation:
From the above table it is clear that half of the respondents are highly satisfied and remaining 35% respondents are satisfied and 10% respondents are dissatisfied.

Table 5
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Table showing the satisfaction towards education facility provided by the company
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Number of respondents 40 60 00 00 00 100 Percentage of respondent Percentage of responds 40% 60% 00% 00% 00% 100%

0% 40% Highly stisfied Satisfied Neutral 60% Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

Interpretation:
From the above table, we can say that more than half of the respondents told that they are satisfied and remaining 40% respondents are highly satisfied.

Table 6

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Table showing the satisfaction towards club facility in the company
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent Number of respondents 35 60 05 05 00 100 Percentage of responds 40% 60% 05% 05% 00% 100%

5%

5% 0% 35% Highly stisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

60%

Interpretation:
From the above table it is clear that 60% of the respondents are satisfied, 35% of the respondents are highly satisfied and remaining 5% respondents have neutral opinion.

Table 7

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Table showing the satisfaction of employees towards birthday gift provided by the company
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent Number of respondents 60 40 00 00 00 100 Percentage of responds 60% 40% 00% 00% 00% 100%

0% 40% Highly stisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

60%

Interpretation:
It is clear that more than then half of the respondents i.e., 60% are highly satisfied and remaining 40% are satisfied with Birthday gift.

Table 8

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Table showing the satisfaction towards Transport facility provided by the company

SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5

Gender Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total

Number of respondents 35 65 00 00 00 100

Percentage of responds 35% 65% 00% 00% 00% 100%

Percentage of respondent

0% 35% Highly stisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

65%

Interpretation:
From the above table majority of the employees responded that Transport facility provided is satisfactory .

Table 9

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Table showing the satisfaction towards provided by the company
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent

Commercial

establishment

Number of respondents 60 40 00 00 00 100

Percentage of responds 60% 40% 00% 00% 00% 100%

0% Highly stisfied 40% 60% Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

Interpretation:
Most of the employees responded that they are satisfied in commercial establishment provided by the company.

Table 10

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Table showing satisfaction towards Community development provided by the company.
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent Number of respondents 30 45 10 15 00 100 Percentage of responds 30% 45% 10% 15% 00% 100%

45% 40% 35% 30% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%

45%

15% 10% 0%

Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

1 Percentage of respondents

Interpretation:
From the above table 45% are satisfied, 30% are highly satisfied and 10% have neutral opinion and 15% are dissatisfied.

Table 11
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Table showing response towards recreational facilities provided by the company.
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent Number of respondents 50 45 00 05 00 100 Percentage of responds 50% 45% 00% 05% 00% 100%

50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%
1

50% 45% Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

0%

5%

0%

Percentage of respondents

Interpretation:
From the above table, we can say that 50% are highly satisfied and 45% are satisfied and 5% are dissatisfied .

Table 12
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Table showing response towards Provident fund facility provided by the company.
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent 50% 45% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 50% Number of respondents 45 50 05 05 00 100 Percentage of responds 45% 50% 05% 05% 00% 100%

5% 0% 0%

Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

1 Percentage of respondents

Interpretation:
From the above table it is that 45% respondents are highly satisfied, 50% are satisfied and 5% people have neutral opinion..

Table 13

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Table showing response towards Rest room & Lunch room provided facility by the company.
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent Number of respondents 40 45 10 05 00 100 Percentage of responds 40% 45% 10% 05% 00% 100%

45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%

45% 40% Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied 5% 0%

10%

1 Percentage of respondents

Interpretation:
From the above, we can that 40% are highly satisfied and 45% are satisfied and 10% respondents have neutral opinion, 5% are dissatisfied regarding Rest room & Lunch room .

Table 14
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Table showing response towards First Aid Facilities in the company
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent Number of respondents 30 70 00 00 00 100 Percentage of responds 30% 75% 00% 00% 00% 100%

70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 30%

70%

Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied 0% 0% 0%

1 Percentage of respondents

Interpretation:
From the above table it is clear that 70% respondents are highly satisfied 30% are highly satisfied with firs aid facilities in the company.

Table 15 Table showing response towards Gym facility in the company
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SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5

Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total

Number of respondents 35 65 00 00 00 100

Percentage of responds 35% 65% 00% 00% 00% 100%

Percentage of respondent

70% 60% 50% 40% 35% 30% 20% 10% 0%

65%

Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied 0% 0% 0%

1 Percentage of respondents

Interpretation:
From the above, we can say that more than half of the respondents are satisfied and 35% of people are highly satisfied .

Table 16 Table showing response towards Annual Health Checkup in the company
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SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5

Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total

Number of respondents 45 55 00 00 00 100

Percentage of responds 45% 55% 00% 00% 00% 100%

Percentage of respondent

60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 45%

55%

Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied 0% 0% 0%

1 Percentage of respondents

Interpretation:
Less than half of the respondents are highly satisfied and more than half of the respondents are satisfied with the annual health checkup in the company.

Table 17

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Table showing response towards Treatment of Accident and Injury in the company
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent Number of respondents 25 70 05 00 00 100 Percentage of responds 25% 70% 05% 00% 00% 100%

5% 0%

25%

Highly stisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

70%

Interpretation:
70% of the respondents are satisfied and 20% of the respondents are highly satisfied and 5% of the respondents have neutral opinion.

Table 18

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Table showing response towards Co-operative society provided by the company
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 50% 45% Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied 0% Number of respondents 50 45 05 00 00 100 Percentage of responds 50% 40% 05% 00% 00% 100%

5% 0%

1 Percentage of respondents

Interpretation:
From the above table it is clear that exact half of the respondents are highly satisfied, 45% are satisfied and only 5% of the respondents have neutral opinion towards Co-operative facility provided by the company.

Table 19
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Table showing opinion about loans And advances provided by the company
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Percentage of respondent 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 1 Percentage of respondents 0% 0% 10% 35% Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Number of respondents 35 55 10 00 00 100 Percentage of responds 35% 55% 10% 00% 00% 100%

55%

Interpretation:
35% of the respondents are highly satisfied and 55% of the respondents are satisfied, and 10% have neutral opinion. About loan facilities.

Table 20

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Table showing response towards uniform & personal protective equipment provided by the company
SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Number of respondents 55 40 05 00 00 Percentage of responds 55% 40% 05% 00% 00% 100%

100 Percentage of respondent

5% 0%

40%

55%

Highly stisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

Interpretation:
55% 0f the respondents are highly satisfied and 40% of the respondents are satisfied and 5% have neutral opinion.

Table 21 Table showing opinion about Family Health Plan provided by the company
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SI. No. 1 2 3 4 5

Responses Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total

Number of respondents 45 40 15 00 00

Percentage of responds 45% 40% 15% 00% 00% 100%

100 Percentage of respondent

15%

0% 45%

Highly stisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied

40%

Interpretation:
From the above table it is clear that 45% of respondents are highly satisfied, and 40% of the respondents are satisfied and 15% have neutral opinion.

Table 22

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Table showing Overall Satisfaction towards welfare facilities provided by the company
SI. No 1 2 3 4 5 Responses Highly satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied Total Number of respondents 20 80 00 00 00 100 Percentage of responds 20 80 00 00 00 100

80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 20% 10% 0%

80%

Highly Satisfied Satisfied Neutral Dissatisfied Highly dissatisfied 0% 0% 0%

1 No. of Respondents

Interpretation:
From the above table it is clear that 80% of the respondents are satisfied and remaining 20% of the respondents are highly satisfied towards welfare facilities provided by the company. No employee is dissatisfied.

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SUMMARY OF FINDINGS & CONCLUSION

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FINDINGS
 Canteen facility, Medical facility provided by the company is satisfactory.  The facility like loan and advances, staff product purchase, provided by the company are good.  Providing birthday gift to the employee is good..  Regarding overall satisfaction towards welfare measures, the response is good.  Most of the respondents responded that the taste of food provided by the company is satisfactory.  Satisfaction towards basic facilities response is satisfactory.  Most of the employees response towards education facility is very good.  The opinion of the employees regarding the gym facility is good.  Transport facility provided by the company is satisfactory.  The employee respondent on commercial establishment is good.  Co-operative society provided by the company is very good.  The facility of community development is also good.  The facility of rest room &lunch room facility is good.  Most of the respondents responded that annual medical checkup is good. Remaining employees showed neural opinion in accident and injury facility and in ambulance facility.  The staff product purchase scheme and leave facility, transport facility, family health plan provided by the company are good.  Most of the respondents showed their satisfaction towards safety measures provided by the company is very good..

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CONCLUSION
All the statutory and non-statutory measures are provided to employees as per the standard measures, which improves employee’s satisfaction and increase productivity. Any organization success and growth depends on employees. The company may have rich resources of capital, material, infrastructure, machines and technology but if the quality of manpower is not good, the organization cannot succeed. Employee welfare plays a vital role in every organization. An the quality and productivity of manpower depends on the welfare measures provided by the organization. By conducting this study I have acquired and in-depth knowledge regarding employee welfare and how it contributes towards organizations success. I would like to conduct a further deep study in employee welfare if I get an opportunity. This study is very helpful for may career in HR field.

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SUGGESTIONS & RECOMMENDATION

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SUGGESTIONS & RECOMMENATIONS
 The company may consider taking necessary steps in improving variety of items in the and hygiene.  Company can also set up more sports, cultural activities and family get together witch improve employee satisfaction and productivity.  Provide a chance in open house meeting to employees to express their views.  Extra hours worked can be rewarded with over time.  Proper care should be taken when employee working in dangerous machine.  The facility of washroom must be improved.

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APPENDIX

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“A Case-Study on Employee satisfaction towards Welfare Measures at

RAJASHREE CEMENT MALKHED
Dear respondent I am a student of GNDE College doing my course in M.B.A. it is required of me to do a project study as partial fulfillment of course. Your organization has permitted me to di a project on “A study on Employee Satisfaction towards welfare measures.” The questionnaire is designed to find out your views on “Workers Satisfaction towards welfare measures” at your unit. Your honest answer will help me analyzing the subject understudy and complete the project and your answer will be kept confidential.

PERSONAL DATA
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Name:________________________ Gender: Age Designation:______________ Department:______________ MaleFemale

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RESEARCH DATA
1. How do you rate the quality of food provided in the canteen?  Highly satisfied [  Satisfied [  Neutral [  Dissatisfied [  Highly dissatisfied [ ] ] ] ] ]

2.How do you rate the hygiene level in the canteen?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 3.How do you rate the Hospital facilities/medical facilities provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 4. How do you rate basic facilities (I,e. Drinking water, Washrooms,) provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 5. How do you rate the education facilities provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]

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 Neutral [  Dissatisfied [  Highly dissatisfied [

] ] ]

6. How do you rate the club facility provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 7.How do you rate the Birthday gift provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 8. How do you rate the Transport facilities provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 10. How do you rate the Commercial establishment (I,e Telephone booth, post office,flour mill)provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [  Satisfied [  Neutral [  Dissatisfied [  Highly dissatisfied [ ] ] ] ] ]

12. How do you rate the community development measures taken by the company?  Highly satisfied  Satisfied [ [ ] ]

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 Neutral [  Dissatisfied [  Highly dissatisfied [

] ] ]

11. How do you rate the recreational facilities provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 12. How do you rate the provident facilities provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 13. How do you rate the rest room& lunch room facilities provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 14.How do you rate the first aid facilities provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 15. How do you rate the gym facilities provided by the company?  Highly satisfied  Satisfied  Neutral [ [ [ ] ] ]
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 Dissatisfied

[  Highly dissatisfied [

] ]

16. How do you rate the annual health checkup in the company?  Highly satisfied [  Satisfied [  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] ]

]

17. How do you rate co –operative society provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 18. How do you rate the loans & advances provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 19. How do you rate the uniform & personal protective equipment provided by the company?  Highly satisfied [ ]  Satisfied [ ]  Neutral [ ]  Dissatisfied [ ]  Highly dissatisfied [ ] 20. How do you rate family health plan faciliies provided by the company?

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 Highly satisfied [  Satisfied [  Neutral [  Dissatisfied [  Highly dissatisfied [

] ] ] ] ]

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Books referred
SI.No 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Title Human resource and Personal management Industrial relations Human Problem in India Industries Marketing research Statistics Methods Sultan Chan & Sons Sultan Chan & Sons Dr. D. Sharma S.P. Gupta Tat McGraw Hill publishing Company Ltd Sindhu Publication Pvt. Ltd. Dr. K.G. Desai Arun Monappa Publish Himalaya Publish House Author K. Ashwathppa

Web site
www.adityabirla.com www.google.com

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