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  1. Introduction
  2. History of the company
  3. Organizational growth of HAL
  4. A study on the engine division
  5. A look at the major products of the company
  6. Manufacturing capabilities of the company
  7. Production department of the company
    1. Objectives and operating procedures
  8. Resource planning and capital budgeting
  9. Marketing department in the company
    1. The main motives behind the functioning of marketing department
    2. Objectives of the marketing department
    3. Main and secondary functions of the marketing department
  10. Human resource department in the company
    1. Objectives and strategy
    2. The HR policy
    3. An overview of the HRD chart
  11. Finance department in the company
    1. Material accounts, book keeping and accounting procedures
    2. Costing methods in the company
    3. An overview of the finance department chart
  12. Purchase department in the company
    1. Objectives and functions
  13. Quality assurance department in the company
    1. Steps for quality improvement
    2. Quality strategies
    3. An overview of the quality department chart
  14. Customer support deparment in the company
  15. Conclusion
  16. Bibliography

Hindustan Aeronautic Limited [HAL] a premier Aerospace Company in Asia is engaged in design, development and manufacture of military and civil aircraft for over 5 decades. The product range covers basic piston engine trainer aircraft to helicopters to sophisticated state of the art deep penetration strike aircraft. Hindustan Aeronautic Limited is an organization where integrated air borne weapons platforms are conceived, developed, manufactured and serviced. It is one of the few corporate giants in Asia whose capabilities span the entire range of activities from product conception to after sale support. HAL is also involved in the manufacture and assembly of structures required for India's space programs.

The Engine Division was set up in 1957 to manufacture Orpheus Turbo Jet Engines under license from Rolls Royce. In 1959, another license agreement was signed with Rolls Royce to manufacture Dart Engines to power HS-748 passenger aircraft overhaul of Avon Engines fitted at Canberra and Hunter aircraft. Since then the division has expanded in its strength. Engine division is presently engaged in the manufacture of Artouste engines for Chetek and Cheetah Helicopters, Adour engines for Jaguar aircraft and Garrett engines for Dornier aircraft.

[...] In 1959, another license agreement was signed with Rolls Royce to manufacture Dart Engines to power HS-748 passenger aircraft overhaul of Avon Engines fitted at Canberra and Hunter aircraft. Since then the division has expanded in its strength. Engine division is presently engaged in the manufacture of Artouste engines for Chetek and Cheetah Helicopters, Adour engines for Jaguar aircraft and Garrett engines for Dornier aircraft. The engine division also undertakes repair and overhaul of various aero engines operated by the Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy, Coast Guard, Border Security Force, Corporate Sector, State Government and other civil customer. [...]


[...] To ensure availability of Total Quality People to meet the Organizational Goals and Objectives 2. To have a continuous improvement in Knowledge, Skill and Competence (Managerial, Behavioral and Technical) 3. To promote a Culture of Achievement and Excellence with emphasis on Integrity, Credibility and Quality To maintain a motivated workforce through empowerment of Individual and Team- building 4. To enhance Organizational Learning 5. To play a pivotal role directly and significantly to enhance Productivity, Profitability and improve the Quality of Work Life STRATEGY 6. [...]


[...] In this system individual work order is issued for overhaul of each project and for manufacture of each item of spares. STANDARD COSTING: Is a technique for control of costs, which should be extended to manufacturing projects, including fabrication of detailed components, sub assemblies, major-assemblies and final assemblies. It can be extended for periodical overhaul of major products like airframe, engine, avionics, wheel assemblies and high value rotables where work schedules are available. Standards for labor and materials should be fixed for the purpose of deriving variances under each category for control. [...]

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