ORGANISATION STUDY AT S.M.
KANNAPPA (P) LTD
By Pujita.B.Gaddi Reg No: 10SKCMA044
ACHARYA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND SCIENCES 1ST CROSS, 1ST STAGE, PEENYA
M.Kannappa Automobiles (P) Ltd. Of employees Unions
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Bus body building under the brand name „Prakash‟ Total 700 employees.Staff-73 employees No union
.Dr. 1968 7 Directors S.H.Mari Gowda Road(Near Lalbagh Bangalore.M.
Main operation No.M.Kannappa Automobiles (P) Ltd. #2.Company Profile
Name of the company Year of establishment Board Of Directors Registered Office
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which suits Indian road condition . MISSION: S M Kannappa abides by the policy of giving the customer what they want instead of giving the customer what is available and Quality inspections are strict which create end –user pride and delight.
. and later to expand market all over South Asia .Vision & Mission
VISION : To be an innovative and excellent quality bus body building Company and to make best buses.
Tours and travels.
. Educational Inst. Corporate. Individuals Positioning – Quality focused customized body building facilities.Product Profile and Focus
Bus body building
Luxury buses Deluxe/Non-deluxe/semi – deluxe Sleeper coaches Special purpose vehicles
Segmentation – Geographic (main focus – South India) Target – Transport Corporations.
Process Flow Chart
Customer Specification After sales service & Feedback Arrival of chassis
Finishing & Release
Surfacing & Painting
Competitors and BCG matrix
S M Kannanppa • Market growing at faster pace • Highest market share in the places of operation (55% *)
Major competitors Veera Vahana Udyog Pvt Ltd KMS Coach Builders Pvt Ltd Azad Coach Pvt Ltd Suraj Coach Builders Pvt Ltd
* Company Sources
Department heads Senior Secretary Officer.Organizational Hierarchy
Board of Directors Division Managers. Assistant Managers
Executives and Supervisors
Shop floor workers
Strengths • Strong brand name in the market and front runner advantage.
• Increased road transport and infrastructure facilities. •Quality standardization is difficult due to contractual labourers. • Requirement for corporate and individual special purpose vehicles
• Increasing price of raw material • Increasing transportation cost • Trade policies • Emerging international players. •Customers do not collect vehicle on time . • Well structure process flow •Updated technology •Cont. • Increase in other modes of transportation (metro)
. • High over-head cost. R&D for innovative designs. • Increased use of luxury and deluxe buses. • Easy bank loan facilities. • Increased travel and tourism opportunities. •Expert management team • Strong quality checking •Strong financial status Opportunities Weaknesses • Low labour productivity. • High absenteeism.
Customer feedback based improvement system.
Absences of trade unions. reducing the lead time.
Well-structured process flow. The organisation structure explains smooth flow of communication.
. Technological integration and office automation. Repeated orders from existing customers.
Traning and development facilities for permanent employees.Findings
The organisational hirearcy ensures the optimum span of control. helps in proper communication.
Concern for Quality and Customer Satisfaction and so on that will lead to success. Highly qualified and experienced management. Business experience of more than 50 years .Conclusion
Immense potential to grow and capture wider market in future.
•Structured performance appraisal system can be implemented.
•Implementation of performance based pay.
•Adaptation of focused selling techniques. •Structure can be flexible. •Sales process can be trained and improved to improve the
A structured workflow process can reduce the leadtime. Quality checking points . Significance of customer relations.
Kannappa (P) Ltd to have a clear understanding of S.
Statement of the problem
.Kannappa (P) Ltd performance in such an industry.M.
“A Financial Analysis of S. The aim of the study is to analyse the financial performance of S.M.M.Kannappa (P) Ltd using Ratio Analysis”. 2. To analyse the overall financial performance of the company. To study the financial performance of the company .
Secondary data that is available in annual reports of the company.Financial data of 2007 to 2011 SOURCES OF DATA:. SAMPLE SIZE:.Research Methodology
TYPE OF STUDY:.Ratio Analysis TOOLS OF DATA COLLECTION:.Annual reports and self study about the working of the departments
e. Selling and distribution costs occupy a minor percentage i. Low returns on Total Assets i. about 1% of sales. 5% .
Focus on improving its profit margins More efficient utilization of its long term funds and assets Focus its attention on expanding its market share
.e.e.Findings & Recommendations
Material costs occupy a significant proportion of sales .e. 2% to its equity shareholders. Retains major portion of its earnings i. about 98% and pays only a small amount as dividends i.