Setting an Objective is the first and one of the most important stages of any report. This is because poorly defined problem will not yield useful results and causes confusion. The aim of our study is to study and analyze the Debt and Capital Structure of Orient Paper and Industries Ltd. and find out its financial strengths and weaknesses. The objectives of our study are - Critical skill mapping of employees of operation of G' Blast Furnace, preparation of quadrant chart for every employee working in operation section and analysis of quadrant chart. Introduction to Tata Steel - Jamshetji Nusserwanji Tata ranks among the greatest visionaries of industrial enterprise of all time. Gifted with the most extraordinary imagination and prescience he laid the foundations of Indian industry, contributed to its consolidation and became a key figure in India's industrial renaissance. Born on 3rd March 1839, in a family descended from Parsi priests in Navsari, a center for age-old Parsi culture, he was educated in Elphinstone College, Bombay.
[...] Critical skill mapping of employees of operation of ‘G' Blast Furnace Preparation of quadrant chart for every employee working in operation section 3. Analysis of quadrant chart DATA COLLECTION METHOD For the survey, we have taken the help of primary and secondary data. Primary data For primary data collection we have used the following methods Questionnaire in form of job modules We have developed a questionnaire for section head and supervisor for job module evaluation of worker's critical skills. The number of modules to successfully accomplish the job is same for similar designation or group of similar kind of jobs. [...]
[...] The category wise/section wise strength of the department is given below: Section Officers Supervisors Workers Total Minimum qualification and experience for each position up to the officer is defined and persons are selected based on selection criteria comprising of written test and/or interview. The education level of worker is mainly trade apprenticeship. The segment also comprises of unskilled work force, which is steadily reducing due to cluster manning and positional training. The supervisors mainly possess a diploma in various technical areas. [...]
[...] Critical Skill Mapping of Employees of ‘g' Blast Furnace Based on Quadrant Model Critical skills are those minimum skills required to successfully accomplish the assigned work/job. If skill of worker or employees lies below the critical skill, then the productivity of workers is hampered and the organizational output will be affected. Non-critical skills are those skills, which help in enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of an organization. It helps in achieving the benchmark of productivity of an organizational output. QUADRANT MODEL OF CRITICAL SKILL MAPPING Toyota Motor, Japan recently developed the four-quadrant model of critical skill mapping. [...]
[...] The company's community development and social welfare, rural and tribal services, centre for family initiatives and sports departments run programs, which are designed to improve the living conditions of the socially and economically under privileged. The initiatives taken by the company are self-sustaining and involve the maximum participation of the total population. The balance between growth and sustainable development of the environment at the Tata Steel is manifest in ISO-14000 certification to the four critical units of the company- the Sukinda Chromite Mines, Noramundi and Joda Iron Ore Mines and West Bokaro Collieries and the steel works in division. [...]
[...] The ongoing fourth phase of modernization program and the 1.2 million ton world class cold rolling mill project, scheduled to be completed by June 2000 will add value to the present product mix, strengthen market leadership and enable it to penetrate new markets by constantly upgrading, improving and fine tuning its marketing, sales global network, Tata Steel strives to meet its customer requirements and expectations, in the country and overseas. Its sales of product and services stood at Rs million in 1997-98. [...]
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