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  • 1 | P a g e 1.1 INTRODUCTION: Jain Irrigation Systems (often known as Jain Irrigation, JISL, or simply Jains) is a multinational organization with global presence in 120 countries based in Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India. JISL employs over 7,500 workers, having 24 manufacturing plants, manufactures a number of products, including drip and sprinkler irrigation systems and components, integrated irrigation automation systems, PVC and PE piping systems, plastic sheets, greenhouses, bio- fertilizers, solar water-heating systems, biogas plant on turnkey basis, wind hybrid energy and photovoltaic system. JISL also processes dehydrated, concentrated and frozen fruits and vegetables. Its Equity Shares & FCCB listed in Exchanges Bombay Stock Exchange as JAINIRRIGATIONS, National Stock Exchange of India as JISLJALEQS also in Luxembourg. JAIN IRRIGATIONS (JALGAON– MAHARASHTRA)
  • 2 | P a g e 1.2 The Term ‘Product Diversity’ WHAT IS PRODUCT? A product can be classified as tangible or intangible. A tangible product is a physical object that can be perceived by touch such as a building, vehicle, gadget, or clothing. An intangible product is a product that can only be perceived indirectly such as an insurance policy. In economics and commerce, products belong to a broader category of goods. The economic meaning of product was first used by political economist Adam Smith. Dangerous products, particularly physical ones that cause injuries to consumers or bystanders may be subject to product liability. WHAT IS DIVERSITY? Diversity in simple terms can be termed as the state or quality of being different or varied from other or point of difference between products manufatctured. PRODUCT DIVERSIFICATION:- Diversification is a corporate strategy to increase sales volume from new products and new markets. Diversification can be expanding into a new segment of an industry that the business is already in, or investing in a promising business outside of the scope of the existing business.Diversification is part of the four main growth strategies defined by Igor Ansoff's Product/Market matrix.
  • 3 | P a g e WHY PRODUCT DIVERSITY in JISL? JISL a company which has its roots firm in the field of irrigation has been manufacturing different products of varied uses or for varied purposes. People in general have a notion that any business related to agriculture or irrigation are not much profit appealing. so, I was personally interested in studying in detail about a company that has its roots base firm on irrigation, and which has been successful in every way to create a goodwill and mark its position among the top companies. JISL is a company which manufactures every product in an eco-friendly manner. utmost care is taken for the environmental management. When a company manufactures products in such manner it leads to increase in price. But, even overcoming the price hurdle, JISL has become one of the most reputed firms in today‟s global market. it has clients and loyal customers around the globe, presence in more than 120 countries. The progress map of Jain irrigation systems from the base irrigation company to today‟s well diversified company with many other products manufacturing branches, and a global presence had a very impressive grip on me. With a view of studying the variety of products manufactured by the JISL including its subsidiaries I undertook the project topic as „PRODUCT DIVERSITY IN JAIN IRRIGATION
  • 4 | P a g e 1.3 ABOUT JAINS: Each of JAIN’s products is an outcome of an effort to conserve natures precious resources through substitution or value addition. This is the legacy of a deliberate and conscious endeavor that stems from a deep-rooted concern for nature. There is more to Jain Irrigation than irrigation. The Corporation has multi product industrial profile and manufacturers of Drip and Sprinkler Irrigation Systems and Components; PVC, Polyethylene (HDPE, MDPE) & Polypropylene Piping Systems; Plastic Sheets (PVC & PC sheets); Agro Processed Products includes Dehydrated Onions and Vegetables; Processed Fruits (Purees, Concentrates & Juices); Tissue Culture, Hybrid & Grafted Plants; Greenhouses, Poly and Shade Houses; Bio-fertilizers; Green Energy includes Solar Photovoltaic (Solar lighting and appliances, Solar pumping systems), Solar water heating systems and Bio-Energy sources. They render consultancy for complete or partial project planning and implementation e.g. Watershed or Wasteland and / or Crop Selection and Rotation.
  • 5 | P a g e Mr. Bhavaralal Jain our Founder Chairman commenced his business journey by selling fuel oil on hand cart and bicycle in 1963. A seed capital of Rs. 7000/- (USD 155 today)-savings of three generations, a degree in Law, experience in farming and a strong desire to succeed were the only assets, with which the business journey began. 1963 to 1978 Jain's did trading business in Agricultural inputs such as fuel oil, fertilisers, seeds and agricultural equipments & implements and PVC Pipes. Such was the trust in the Jain's name that as many as 63 national and multinational companies such as Esso, Pfizer, Zauri, Escorts, Chemplast, etc entrusted marketing of their products in the region. THE FOUNDER & CHAIRMAN OF JISL: Dr. BHAVARLAL JAIN. In 1978 a local bank put up a sick Banana Powder making unit up for auction and Jain's acquired the same, marking their first step in the Industrial Landscape of India. The unit was revived and transformed to manufacture Refined Pappain an enzyme prepared from Pappaya Latex. In a short time Jain's became Number One manufacturer of Refined Papain in the world. Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. is now a billion dollar company with 23 manufacturing plants, spread over 5 continents and employs more than 7000 associates. Jain's products are marketed in over 110 countries with support of 6700 dealers, 93 offices and 40 warehouses.
  • 6 | P a g e In 1980, Jain‟s started making PVC Pipes to overcome supply constraints from existing vendors. Today, Jain's are the Number One Plastic Pipe manufacturers in India, covering a wide range of pipes and fittings. We produce pipes for a wide range of applications from water transportation to gas and optical fibre. Jain Irrigation is the only company who manufactures wide diameter pipes of 1.6 mt for water transportation. Jain’s introduced micro irrigation to India in 1986 and have done pioneering work in the field since then. Today Jain's are Number One Micro Irrigation Company in the world. This division manufactures the full range of precision irrigation products, spanning drip, sprinkler and turf irrigation. The division provides services from soil and water survey, advice on crop selection, agronomy support, engineering design to turnkey projects. Jain's design, manufacture, supply and install Green Houses, Poly Houses and Shade Houses for controlled agriculture. Apart from supplying systems for water conservation and fertigation, Jain's also supply high quality planting material. The Tissue Culture division of the company is Number One in Banana Plants Production in the world, producing in excess of 40 million plantlets of Banana, Pomegranate, and Onion etc. The TC lab is supported by a full fledged Bio-tech lab which undertakes research on various crops, maintains a gene bank of various fruits and vegetables and also tests and certifies all of the planting material for authenticity and disease free nature.
  • 7 | P a g e 1.4 History The Beginning of the Route to Success: The Roots The journey began in 1887 when their forefathers left the deserts of Rajasthan, their home state, in search of water and food and reached Wakod, at the foothills of the famous Ajanta Caves. They started farming as a means of livelihood. In 1963 selling kerosene in pushcart, the young law graduate, Bhavarlal Jain, founded the family business in trading. The family partnership with a meager Rs. 7,000, accumulated savings of three generations, as capital. Soon, agencies for two wheelers, auto vehicles and automobile accessories are established in quick succession. Thereafter there was no looking back for the founder of JISL, serving to the nature became his prime policy and so it got stemmed in as the base policy of JISL. From the commencing period of any venture utmost care was taken that the manufacturing process or the product does not harm the environment in any manner. the prosucts are manufactured in the most eco friendly manner.
  • 8 | P a g e CORPORATE TIMELINE: Early history (1887–1963) Jain Irrigation's roots in the fields of agriculture, water, and food started in 1887 when its founder's forefathers left the deserts of Rajasthan, their home state, in search of water and food and reached Wakod, at the foothills of the Ajanta Caves. They started farming as a means of livelihood. In 1963, selling kerosene from a pushcart, the young law graduate Bhavarlal Jain, founded the family business in trading. The family formed a partnership with a meager 7,000, the accumulated savings of three generations, as capital. Soon, agencies for two wheelers, auto vehicles, and automobile accessories were established. 1963–1978: Inspired by a quote, "Agriculture: a profession with future" young Bhavarlal Jain added a dealership of tractors, sprinkler systems, PVC pipes, and other farm equipment. In order to broad-base the business, agencies for farm inputs such as fertilizers, seeds, and pesticides were also added. Sales grew from 1 million in 1963 to 110 million in 1978. 1978: Jain took over a 14-year-old sick banana powder plant in April 1978 at a high auction price of 3 million while only 0.2 million as inevitable surplus. The plant was modified for the production of papain from papaya latex. In December 1978, the founder traveled to New York in search of customers for Jain papain. The competition for purchase of raw materials at home and for sale of papain abroad was stiff and stifling. However, Jain developed purified papain through ceaseless in-house R&D and emerged as the number-one supplier of the highest purity refined papain. 1980: Manufacturing of PVC Pipe commenced with a small annual capacity of 300 MTs which was increased to over 35,600 MTs per annum by 1997. This made Jain the largest single producer of PVC pipe in India. A close-knit dealer distribution network in the rural
  • 9 | P a g e areas, coupled with continuous automation and up gradation of product facilities and in- house R&D for maximum capacity utilization has kept Jain at the forefront. This further helped Jain to expand the range to casing & screen piping systems, thereby continuing to contribute to the growing export volumes. 1989: Beginning in 1989, Jain Irrigation struggled to pioneer water management through micro-irrigation in India. Jain Irrigation has successfully introduced some high-tech concepts to Indian agriculture, such as the integrated system approach, one-stop-shops for farmers, and infrastructure status to micro-irrigation & farm as industry. 1994: Jain diversified into food processing and set up world-class facilities vegetable dehydration and the production of fruit purees, concentrates, and pulp. Currently this facility is adopting ISO 9001 & HACCP certified and international FDA statute requirements. This facility will help combine the modern technologies of the west with the vast, mostly untapped agriculture resources of India, using local human resources. 2002 – : After being caught between severe liquidity crunch, making lot of loss and mounting pressure from the banks and financial institutions to immediately clear overdue liabilities, Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. (JISL) has decided to raise funds by way of offering majority equity holding in the company in favour of Aqua International Partners LP. JISL is out from a bad financial patch of 4 years and start growing rapidly. Its net profit has more than doubled from Rs324 million in fiscal 2004–05 to Rs671.7 million in fiscal 2005–06. Exports have contributed Rs2.89 billion to Jain's overall revenue. 2005 –: Jain produced individually quick-frozen (IQF) food products like frozen mango slices in agreement with the Taiyo Kagaku Company Ltd, Japan. 2006 –: Jain continued acquiring companies to expand its business penetration. After acquisitions it is became second-largest irrigation company and third-largest dehydrated onion producer in the world. It is also largest processor of fruits & vegetables within India.
  • 10 | P a g e Route to Success Trading: Inspired by a quote, "Agriculture: a profession with future" young Jain added dealership of tractors, sprinkler systems, PVC pipes and other farm equipment. In order to broad base the agri- business, agencies for farm inputs such as Fertilizers, Seeds, Pesticides were also added. Sales grew from Rs. 1 million in 1963 to Rs. 110 millions in 1978, a phenomenal increase of 110 times. These formative years helped them build a unique and lasting enterprise. This was achieved through consistent high standards of performance and personal behavior on the one hand and a strong sense of commitment for meeting targeted Volumes and for payment of debts in time, on the other. Dealings with national and international principals theyre a contributing factor towards building these attitudes. In time, they came to be recognized as a reputable, trustworthy and prestigious house. This background augured theyll for an entry into industrial ventures. Refined Papain: They took over a 14 year-old sick Banana Powder Plant in April 1978 at a high auction price of Rs. 3 million while they only had Rs. 0.2 million as inevitable surpluses. The plant was quickly modified for the production of Papain from Papaya latex. In December 1978, the founder traveled to New York in search of customers for Jain Papain. The competition for purchase of raw materials at home and for sale of Papain abroad was stiff and stifling. Hotheyver, they developed purified Papain through ceaseless in-house R&D and emerged as the `Number One‟ supplier of the highest purity refined Papain. Thus Papain put us on the international map. PVC Pipes: In 1980, manufacturing of PVC Pipes commenced with a small annual capacity of 300 MTs which was increased to over 35,600 MTs per annum by 1997, making us the largest single producer of PVC Pipes in the country. A close-knit dealer distribution network in the rural areas
  • 11 | P a g e coupled with continuous automation and up gradation of product facilities and in-house R&D for maximum capacity utilization has kept us at the forefront. This further helped us to expand the range to Casing & Screen Piping Systems thereby continuing to contribute to the growing export volumes. Micro - Irrigation Systems: Beginning in 1989, they toiled and struggled to pioneer Water-management through Micro Irrigation in India. They have successfully introduced some hi-tech. concepts to Indian agriculture such as `Integrated System Approach‟, One-Stop-Shop for Farmer and `Infrastructure Status to Micro Irrigation & Farm as Industry They have come a long way. Food Processing : In 1994 they set-up world class food processing facilities for dehydration of onion, vegetable and production of fruit purees, concentrates and pulp. These plants are ISO 9001 & HACCP certified and Meet International FDA statute requirements. Combining the modern technologies of the theyst with the vast, mostly untapped agriculture resources of India, using the local human resources and inculcating the culture of excellence in quality and total customer service. They have set ourselves a goal to become a major and reliable global supplier of food ingredients of finest quality. Today with over 7000 committed employee’s strength worldwide, JISL have established their Leadership in diverse products like Micro & Sprinkler Irrigation, Agricultural Inputs, Agro-Processed Products, Plastic Pipes & Sheets.
  • 12 | P a g e 1.5 CORPORATE PHILOSOPHY Mission Leave this world better than you found it. Vision Establish leadership in whatever they do at home and abroad. Credo Serve and strive through strain and stress; Do their noblest, that‟s success. Goal Achieve continued growth through sustained innovation for total customer satisfaction and fair return to all other stakeholders. Meet this objective by producing quality products at optimum cost and marketing them at reasonable prices.
  • 13 | P a g e Guiding Principle: Toil and sheath to manage their resources of men, material and money in an integrated, efficient and economic manner. Earn profit, keeping in view commitment to social responsibility and environmental concerns. Customer and Market • Commit to total customer satisfaction. • Build and maintain market leadership. Quality Excellence • Strive continually to reach and maintain quality in every aspect. Safety and Health • Secure safety and health of associates and other assets. Environment and Society • Protect, improve and develop environment • Cherish the symbiosis and nurture creative partnership between society and environment. Development of Other Stakeholders • Adopt transparency and fair practices for continuous sustainable growth.
  • 14 | P a g e 1.6 BRANDS:
  • 15 | P a g e 2.1 The Term Irrigation? Irrigation is the artificial application of water to the land or soil. It is used to assist in the growth of agricultural, maintenance of landscapes, and revegetation of disturbed soils in dry areas and during periods of inadequate rainfall. Additionally, irrigation also has a few other uses in crop production, which include protecting plants against frost, suppressing weed growing in grain fields. and helping in preventing soil consolidation. In contrast, agriculture that relies only on direct rainfall is referred to as rain-fed or dry land farming. Irrigation systems are also used for dust suppression, disposal of sewage, and in mining. Irrigation is often studied together with drainage, which is the natural or artificial removal of surface and sub-surface water from a given area. Humans cannot produce their own food, but depend on the plant community for their food and fiber, directly and indirectly. Plants can produce their own food by using the natural resources such as soil, water, air, and sunlight. They can also produce more than they need for their survival and reproduction. Plants cannot survive and produce their food without water. One of the main factors for the intensification of the agricultural production of plants is irrigation (artificial application of water to the plants‟ root zone). To get the optimal benefits from irrigation, it is necessary to calculate the required quantity of water in dependence of some parameters, for example, of the environment, the subsurface geo-hydrological condition, the type of crop, and the stage of its growth.
  • 16 | P a g e 2.2 HISTORY OF IRRIGATION: Animal powered Irrigation (1840) Archaeological investigation has identified evidence of irrigation where the natural rainfall was insufficient to support crops. Perennial irrigation was practiced in the Mesopotamian plain whereby crops were regularly watered throughout the growing season by coaxing water through a matrix of small channels formed in the field. Ancient Egyptians practiced Basin irrigation using the flooding of the Nile to inundate land plots which had been surrounded by dykes. The flood water was held until the fertile sediment had settled before the surplus was returned to the watercourse. There is evidence of the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Amenemhet III in the twelfth dynasty (about 1800BCE) using the natural lake of the Faiyum Oasis as a reservoir to store surpluses of water for use during the dry seasons, the lake swelled annually from flooding of the Nile.
  • 17 | P a g e The Ancient Nubians developed a form of irrigation by using a waterwheel-like device called a sakia. Irrigation began in Nubia sometime between the third and second millennium BC. It largely depended upon the flood waters that would flow through the Nile River and other rivers in what is now the Sudan. In sub-Saharan Africa irrigation reached the Niger River region cultures and civilizations by the first or second millennium BCE and was based on wet season flooding and water harvesting. Terrace irrigation is evidenced in pre-Columbian America, early Syria, India, and China. In the Zana Valley of the Andes Mountains in Peru, archaeologists found remains of three irrigation canalsradiocarbon dated from the 4th millennium BCE, the 3rd millennium BCE and the 9th century CE. These canals are the earliest record of irrigation in the New World. Traces of a canal possibly dating from the 5th millennium BCE were found under the 4th millennium canal. Sophisticated irrigation and storage systems were developed by the Indus Valley Civilization in present-day Pakistan and North India, including the reservoirs at gimar in 3000 BCE and an early canal irrigation system from circa 2600 BCE. Large scale agriculture was practiced and an extensive network of canals was used for the purpose of irrigation. Ancient Persia (modern day Iran) as far back as the 6th millennium BCE, where barley was grown in areas where the natural rainfall was insufficient to support such a crop. The quantas, developed in ancient Persia in about 800 BCE, are among the oldest known irrigation methods still in use today. They are now found in Asia, the Middle East and North Africa. The system comprises a network of vertical wells and gently sloping tunnels driven into the sides of cliffs and steep hills to tap groundwater. The noria, a water wheel with clay pots around the rim powered by the flow of the stream (or by animals where the water source was still), was first brought into use at about this time, by Roman settlers in North Africa. By 150 BCE the pots were fitted with valves to allow smoother filling as they were forced into the water. The irrigation works of ancient Sri Lanka, the earliest dating from about 300 BCE, in the reign of King Pandukabhaya and under continuous development for the next thousand years, were one of the most complex irrigation systems of the ancient world. In addition to underground canals, the Sinhalese were the first to build completely artificial reservoirs to store water
  • 18 | P a g e History of Irrigation in India Irrigation is an age-old art, as old civilization. In India also the irrigation practiced since pre historic times, Historical records bear testimony to the existence of a number of old irrigation works in different part of the country. The earliest form of irrigation practiced in India was flood or inundation irrigation. Mostly in the flood plains of rivers like the Indus and the Ganga and their tributaries in north India and the deltaic tracts varies rivers of central south India. In southern peninsula where the country is mostly undulating, large tanks were built from very early times for collection of rain water. Large number of wells also had been in use for irrigation since ancient times in various part of country. The 1st efforts of irrigation developed under the British rule began in the beginning of 19th century, which were directed towards the improvement and utilization of old indigenous works. Three important irrigation works -Western-Yamuna canal, Estern-canal,Cauvery Delta canal were opened for use. Encouraged by these 3 canals systems the British rules ventured on new major irrigation projects and during the middle of the 19th century 4 importance irrigation works-Upper Ganga canal, Upper Bari Doab canal, Krishna and Godavary Delta system-were taken up. The other irrigation works are Agra canal, betwa canal,periyar canal etc. The Muslim rules also took keen interest constructing canals for irrigation. In 14th century, Sultan Firoz tughlaq constructed number of canals from sutleg and Yamuna Rivers. Akber remodeled canal in 16th century. Shahjahan also constructed new canals. Major Irrigation Works Completed From 1820-1930; Westen yamuna canal-1820 Ganga canal-1856 Lower Ganga canal-1880 Sirhind canal-1884 Cauvery Delta system-1889 Godavary Delta system-1890 Krishna delta system-1898 Sarda canal-1930
  • 19 | P a g e 2.3 PRESENT EXTENT OF IRRIGATION In the middle of the 20th century, the advent of diesel and electric motors led for the first time to systems that could pump groundwaterout of major aquifers faster than it was recharged. This can lead to permanent loss of aquifer capacity, decreased water quality, ground subsidence, and other problems. The future of food production in such areas as the North China Plain, the Punjab, and the Great Plains of the US is threatened. At the global scale, 2,788,000 km² (689 million acres) of agricultural land was equipped with irrigation infrastructure around the year 2000. About 68% of the area equipped for irrigation is located in Asia, 17% in the Americas, 9% in Europe, 5% in Africa and 1% in Oceania. The largest contiguous areas of high irrigation density are found in North India and Pakistan along the rivers Ganges and Indus, in the Hai He, Huang He and Yangtze basins in China, along the Nile River in Egypt and Sudan, in the Mississippi-Missouri river basin and in parts of California. Smaller irrigation areas are spread across almost all populated parts of the world. Only 8 years later in 2008, the scale of irrigated land increased to an estimated total of 3,245,566 km², what is nearly the size of India. India today has many firms related to the field of irrigation. contribution of each firm has been valuable. Some of the firms holding pioneer position are as follows : 1. Netafim Irrigation India Pvt Ltd 2. Jain irrigations systems Ltd 3. Nagarjuna Fertilizers & Chemicals L 4. Premier Irrigation Adritec Pvt Ltd 5. Alpha Irritech Pvt Ltd 6. Drip India pvt Ltd. 7. Newage Agritech Pvt Ltd Among the above mentioned companies JISL Is the only firm to have a global presence and a huge turnover.
  • 20 | P a g e 2.4 TYPES OF IRRIGATION Various types of irrigation techniques differ in how the water obtained from the source is distributed within the field. In general, the goal is to supply the entire field uniformly with water, so that each plant has the amount of water it needs, neither too much nor too little. The modern methods are efficient enough to achieve this goal. Surface: In surface irrigation systems, water moves over and across the land by simple gravity flow in order to wet it and to infiltrate into the soil. Surface irrigation can be subdivided into furrow,borderstrip or basin irrigation. It is often called flood irrigation when the irrigation results in flooding or near flooding of the cultivated land. Historically, this has been the most common method of irrigating agricultural land. Localized: Brass Impact type sprinkler head Localized irrigation is a system where water is distributed under low pressure through a piped network, in a pre-determined pattern, and applied as a small discharge to each plant or adjacent to it. Drip irrigation, spray or micro-sprinkler irrigation and bubbler irrigation belong to this category of irrigation methods. SPRINKLER: In sprinkler or overhead irrigation, water is piped to one or more central locations within the field and distributed by overhead high-pressure sprinklers or guns. A system utilizing sprinklers, sprays, or guns mounted overhead on permanently installed risers is often referred to as a solid- set irrigation system
  • 21 | P a g e DRIP IRRIGATION Drip irrigation, also known as trickle irrigation, functions as its name suggests. In this system waterfalls drop by drop just at the position of roots. Water is delivered at or near the root zone of plants, drop by drop. This method can be the most water-efficient method of irrigation, if managed properly, since evaporation and runoff are minimized. Center pivot: Center pivot irrigation is a form of sprinkler irrigation consisting of several segments of pipe (usually galvanized steel or aluminum) joined together and supported by trusses, mounted on wheeled towers with sprinklers positioned along its length. The system moves in a circular pattern and is fed with water from the pivot point at the center of the arc. Lateral move (side roll, wheel line) A series of pipes, each with a wheel of about 1.5 m diameter permanently affixed to its midpoint and sprinklers along its length, are coupled together at one edge of a field. Water is supplied at one end using a large hose. After sufficient water has been applied, the hose is removed and the remaining assembly rotated either by hand or with a purpose-built mechanism, so that the sprinklers move 10 m across the field.
  • 22 | P a g e An overall view on methods/ types of Irrigations
  • 23 | P a g e 2.5 Sources of irrigation water Sources of irrigation water can be groundwater extracted from springs or by using wells, surface water withdrawn from rivers, lakes or reservoirs or non-conventional sources like treated wastewater, desalinated water or drainage water. A special form of irrigation using surface water is spate irrigation, also called floodwater harvesting. In case of a flood (spate) water is diverted to normally Dry River beds (wad is) using a network of dams, gates and channels and spread over large areas. The moisture stored in the soil will be used thereafter to grow crops. Spate irrigation areas are in particular located in semi-arid or arid, mountainous regions. While floodwater harvesting belongs to the accepted irrigation methods, rainwater harvesting is usually not considered as a form of irrigation. Rainwater harvesting is the collection of runoff water from roofs or unused land and the concentration. Around 90% of wastewater produced globally remains untreated, causing widespread water pollution, especially in low-income countries. Increasingly, agriculture is using untreated wastewater as a source of irrigation water. Cities provide lucrative markets for fresh produce, so are attractive to farmers. However, because agriculture has to compete for increasingly scarce water resources with industry and municipal users (see Water scarcity below), there is often no alternative for farmers but to use water polluted with urban waste, including sewage, directly to water their crops. There can be significant health hazards related to using water loaded with pathogens in this way, especially if people eat raw vegetables that have been irrigated with the polluted water. They advocate a 'multiple-barrier' approach to wastewater use, where farmers are encouraged to adopt various risk-reducing behaviors. These include ceasing irrigation a few days before harvesting to allow pathogens to die off in the sunlight, applying water carefully so it does not contaminate leaves likely to be eaten raw, cleaning vegetables with disinfectant or allowing fecal sludge used in farming to dry before being used as a human manure. The World Health Organization has developed guidelines for safe water use.
  • 24 | P a g e 3.1 Organizational diversity: The company Jain irrigations is the base company, while it has subsidiary companies around the globe. Basically JISL involves 5 firms namely JAIN ltd., API, PEPCO, CHAPLIN, and NAANDANJAIN. The firm also includes many social subsidiaries like ANUBHUTI School, ANUBHUTI CLINIC, GANDHI research foundation, JAIN sports academy, BHAVARLAL AND KANTABAI multipurpose foundation. Also commercial firms like CASECADE SPECIALITIES, inc, SLEAFORD quality foods ltd which are in connections to FARM FRESH department of the JISL. and under the basic firm there are a varied number of brnaches manufacturing different products like JAIN JYOT, JAIN SPRINKLERS, JAIN DRIPS, JAIN PE PIPES, JAIN PVC PIPES, BE SURE, JAIN TISSUE CULTURE, JAIN HI TECH AGRICULTURE, etc,. Jain irrigations and all its subsidiaries are committed to the firm‟s policy of manufacturing environment friendly products. They have maintained their goodwill considering environment as prime concern. The company has a young green energy division, which manufactures applications using solar thermal energy and solar photo voltaic energies. Thus the organization has a diversified global presence of different firms manufacturing different products.
  • 25 | P a g e
  • 26 | P a g e 3.2 WORLDWIDE OPERATIONS:
  • 27 | P a g e 3.3 A BIRD’S EYE VIEW ON BASIC PRODUCTS OF ‘JISL’ SUBSIDIARIES AND THEIR PRODUCTS: Micro Irrigation Systems Sprinkler Irrigation Systems PVC Pipes & Fittings Polyethylene Pipes Jain Drip Irrigation Systems & Parts Jain Gravity Drip Kits Turnkey Projects & Services Irrigation Projects Rainport Sprinkler Systems Overhead Portable Sprinkler Systems Raingun & Long Range Sprinklers Landscape & Turf Irrigation Systems Frost Protection Sprinklers Solid Set & Semi permanent Sprinkler System Jain uPVC Pressure Pipes Jain uPVC Well Casing & Screen Pipes Jain uPVC Sure-Loc Plus Column & Riser Pipes B-Sure™ uPVC Plumbing System B-Sure™ uPVC SWR Piping System Jain Polyethylene(PE)Pipes and Fittings Jain Polyethylene(PE)W ater Distribution & House Service Connection Pipes and Fittings Jain Silicoat PE OFC Ducts & Fittings B-Sure™ PE Corrugated Pipes & Fittings B-Sure™ PE Gas Piping Systems & Fittings B-Sure™ PE & PP Sewerage Pipes & FIttings
  • 28 | P a g e Plastic Sheet Processed Food Protected Cultivation Renewable Energy EX-CEL© PVC Sheets EX-CEL© Polycarbona te Sheets Standard Dehydrated Onion Products Standard Dehydrated Onion Powder Dehydrated Vegetables Fruit Purees, Pulp & Concentrate Green House Poly House Poly Tunnels Net House Solar Photovoltaic Module Solar Water Heater Solar Pumping Systems Solar Lighting and Appliances Bio – Energy
  • 29 | P a g e 3.4 ONE STOP AGRI SHOP: In an intensely specialized and highly focused world, propagating and practicing an Integrated System Approach can make a world of difference. We manufacture and supply Tissue Cultured Plants and Hybrid Seeds, Bio-fertilisers fortified with microbial cultures and soil fertility enhancers, Piping Systems for closed water conveyance, most cost effective yet very efficient Micro and Sprinkler Irrigation Systems as well as Green Houses and Shade Houses. We undertake turnkey projects, both for small farm holders and large wasteland owners, offering soil and water survey and sampling, irrigation system planning, design and installation.
  • 30 | P a g e We also provide after sales, crop rotation, agronomical and technical services and training for total transformation of the land and the farm. Our extensive research and experience help us give down-to-earth solutions for complex agricultural challenges. Our large demo-farms display agro- technology in operation. We are engaged in Contract Farming. We buy back farm produce at pre-determined prices from over 1600 farmers and provide them with all the required inputs & comprehensive services through Jain Gram Sewaks. Bankers are brought in for timely and easy credit availability. Contract Farming is a win-win proposition for Bankers, farmers as well as ourselves. The select produce that is purchased gets processed in our ultra-modern processing facilities for the domestic and export markets. This integrated approach results in a value addition at every stage and completes the agricultural value chain. It makes Jain Irrigation a unique One Stop Agri Shop. Thus the JISL provides all the products needed to complete a farming or agricultural chain. Farmers are given proper training and education regarding each of the product and their usage, in order to increase the total productivity. Thus JISL‟s one stop agri shop Is unique in every way.
  • 31 | P a g e 4.1 DRIP IRRIGATION: Jain drip irrigation base model: Drip irrigation is today‟s need because Water – nature‟s gift to mankind is not unlimited and free forever. World water resources are fast diminishing. The one and only answer to this problem is Jain Drip Irrigation Systems. “Jain Drip” the name which you can trust, the only manufacturer of all drip irrigation components. After detailed study of inter–relationship among soil, water, crop, land terrain and related agro climatic conditions, Jain‟s design a suitable and economically viable system to deliver a measured quantity of water at the root zone of each plant at regular intervals. This is to ensure that the plants do not suffer from stress or strain of less and over watering. The system installed at the farmer‟s field is commissioned and training imparted to the farmer, followed by regular after sales services.
  • 32 | P a g e Benefits of Jain Drip Irrigation Systems Has recorded increase in yield up to 230%. Saves water up to 70% compare to flood irrigation. More land can be irrigated with the water thus saved. Crop grows consistently, healthier and matures fast. Early maturity results in higher and faster returns on investment. Fertilizer use efficiency increases by 30%. Cost of fertilizers, inter–culturing and labour use gets reduced. Fertilizer and Chemical Treatment can be given through Micro Irrigation System itself. Undulating terrains, Saline, Water logged, Sandy & Hilly lands can also be brought under productive cultivation. Proper utilization of soil resources. The drip irrigation firm is linked up with similar industry under JISL manufacturing similar products, NAANDAANJAIN.
  • 33 | P a g e Range of Drip Irrigation Systems Jain Emitting Pipe Emitting Pipe play a key role in irrigation systems. Jain Emitting pipe are manufactured from virgin special grade polyethylene. Resistant to ultra violet (UV) radiation and other environmental effects. Polyethylene Hose & Tubes Polyethylene Hose and PE tubes are used as a submain/lateral pipe in micro irrigation system. These hose and tubes are UV stabilized and are able to withstand environmental effects. Online Drippers Emitters/Emitting devices are used for online irrigation system. Each of our Emitter is designed to suit difficult soil conditions, water needs of various crops, difficult water quality and numerous requirements of agriculture. Micro Sprinklers & Jets Mini Sprinklers are used for irrigation of seasonal crops like vegetables, onions, potato, nurseries etc. Made of engineering plastic and available in different connection options. Fogger and Misters Foggers and misters are used to maintain humidity or temperature control in greenhouse, shade house.
  • 34 | P a g e Bubblers Bubblers are used for high volume irrigation. It is available in adjustable flow type and pressure compensating type bubbler. Bubbler manufactured from stable engineering plastic. Control & Safety Valves We provide complete solution for Control and Safety Valves. Our high performance Valves are with manual and or automatic control. Our Plastic Valves are cost effective, easy to install & maintain, value driven and customized for specific requirement. Filtration Equipments Water does not found in its purest form in nature. It always contaminated with physical, chemical & biological impurities. Proper filtration is of much importance to prevent low pressure diffuser like emitters from clogging. Fertigation & Chemigation Equipments Fertigation System & Chemigation equipment is a need for today s irrigation system. Optimum and efficient use of fertilizers is one of the major advantages of drip irrigation systems. We are well aware that success of micro irrigation system lies in precise application of fertilizers. Poly fittings & Accessories Poly fitting manufactured from reinforced PPCP, Excellent chemical and weather resistance. Jain Poly Fittings and Accessories help you to obtain a most reliable irrigation system. .
  • 35 | P a g e SPRINKLER IRRIGATION SYSTEMS: Sprinkler Irrigation is a method of applying irrigation water which is similar to rainfall. Water is distributed through a system of pipes usually by pumping. It is then sprayed into the air and irrigated entire soil surface through spray heads so that it breaks up into small water drops which fall to the ground. Sprinklers provide efficient coverage for small to large areas and are suitable for use on all types of properties. It is also adaptable to nearly all irrigable soils since sprinklers are available in a wide range of discharge capacity.
  • 36 | P a g e 4.2 JAIN SPRINKLER IRRIGATION LAYOUT: Jain Sprinkler system is an unique irrigation system. It is designed to ensure maximum water saving, combining high quality, affordability and ease of installation. All the products are made out of high strength & chemical resistance engineering plastics to achieve functional satisfaction and to maintain cost economics. All sprinklers undergo extensive quality testing in firm‟s well equipped state of the art lab. Moreover, performance of the products are also tested in the field to ensure uniform water distribution and higher efficiency Application: Suitable for almost all field crops like Wheat, Gram, Pulses as well as Vegetables, Cotton, Soya bean, Tea, Coffee, and other fodder crops. Suitable for Residential, Industrial, Hotel Resorts, Public & Government Enterprises, Golf Links, Race courses.
  • 37 | P a g e Our Sprinkler Product Range includes: Rainport Sprinkler Systems Rainport is a mini irrigation system i.e. laterals and sprinklers can be easily shifted from one place to other. Reinstallation of the system is also easy and consumes less time and labour. Overhead Portable Sprinkler Systems Overhead Sprinklers are designed for a wide range of general field uses portable, semi- portable and solid set systems, to meet the demanding needs of modern, economic irrigation systems. Raingun & Long Range Sprinklers Recommended for field crops like sugarcane, pulses, oil seeds, cereals, tea, coffee, and vegetables. Lanscape & Turf Irrigation Systems Pioneered Micro Irrigation, Landscape and Turf Irrigation Frost Protection Sprinklers Frost protection in vineyards, orchards and vegetables.
  • 38 | P a g e 4.3 JAIN PVC PIPES AND FITTINGS: Jain PVC Plastic Pipes and Pipe Fitting are available in vast range and in various materials, whatever be customer‟s application. They have the Piping System - that can be installed on surface, buried, slip lined, trench less, floating and submerged. Jain PVC Plastic pipes can be used in Fluids transport include, For Lifting, Transporting, Conveying, Distributing Disposing or Tapping of Water, waste-water (drainage & sewage), compressed gases/air, odorous and corrosive gasses, chemicals and hazardous wastes/effluents. Solids conveyed include coal ash, slurries, sand and cables. Whatever they manufacture they have aligned with conservation, Water & Energy conservation and nature protection with our products like PVC Plastic Piping Systems, Solar Water heating Systems, Micro Irrigation Systems, Food Processing and Plastic Sheets. Jain Piping Systems are manufactured in our most modern manufacturing and testing facility. Jain Irrigation today, is one of the largest polymer processors in India. PVC, PE, PP along with
  • 39 | P a g e Engineering Polymers like PC, PBT, Nylon, ABS, etc. totaling to over 300,000 MT are being extruded and injection molded. In Piping Systems They have systems from Water to Gas distribution; chemical to Cable conveyance; Groundwater tapping to Waste disposal; Micro Irrigation to Lift irrigation; Hand pumps to house service connections. These unique ranges of products are complemented by excellent quality and services. Our unflinching efforts in the pursuit of excellence appropriately blended with our ongoing Research and Development efforts have earned the Company the highest R&D awards of the country and numerous other recognitions & awards for their performance in Exports and Marketing. They are also accredited with ISO-9001 by RWTUV Germany. They have an R&D laboratory with a vast range of routine test facilities in addition to many sophisticated equipment belonging to the category of state of the art technology. This laboratory has been approved by DSIR i.e. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Ministry of Science and Technology and is also a two-time recipient of the National Award from the same Department for its R&D efforts in Industry. No other firm in the world has stretched plastics so much, so far and so well under one roof like JISL.
  • 40 | P a g e Pipes and Pipe Fitting Range includes: Jain PVC Plastic Pipes & Fittings Jain uPVC Pressure Pipes and Fittings Used for conveyance of water in drip/sprinkler irrigation systems, lift irrigation systems, surface irrigation systems, subsoil drainage system, Jain PVC Well Casing & Screen Pipes Manufactured from special PVC compound having extra toughness. Anti corrosive. PVC being an inert material most of the chemicals found in soil and water do not affect the casing and screen. Jain uPVC Column & Riser Pipes Most suitable for use as submersible column pipe. B-Sure uPVC Plumbing System Residential & Commercial Complex / Township / High rise buildings / Hospitals & Industrial Plumbing. B-Sure uPVC SWR Piping System B-Sure uPVC Drainage & Sewerage Pipe Jain PVC Cable Duct Pipes Smooth inside and outside walls for quick laying and easy drawing of cables. Fittings & Accessories
  • 41 | P a g e 4.4 PE Pipes and PE Pipe Fittings - HDPE Pipes Jain PE Pipes and Pipe Fittings are available in a vast range, Whatever may be your application. They have the PE Piping System. Range of pipe sizes in various Thermoplastics starts from 3mm dia. to 1000mm dia that can be installed on surface, buried, slip lined, trench less, floating and submerged. Fluids transported include, water, waste-water, compressed gases / air, odorous and corrosive gasses, chemicals and hazardous wastes / effluents. Solids conveyed include coal ash, slurries, sand and cables. Whatever they manufacture they have aligned with conservation, Water & Energy conservation and nature protection with our products like Plastic Piping Systems, Solar Water heating Systems, Micro Irrigation Systems, Food Processing and Plastic Sheets. These unique range of products are complemented by excellent quality and services.
  • 42 | P a g e Jain‟s have been in PE pipe production since 1987 and have perfected the extrusion and co- extrusion of the PE pipes with state of the art machines and down the line equipment to ensure quality and strict adherence to standards. Jain‟s unending efforts in the pursuit of excellence appropriately blended with our ongoing Research and Development efforts have earned the Company the highest R & D awards of the country and numerous other recognitions & awards for their performance in Exports and Marketing. The various Units manufacturing thermoplastic piping systems in Jain Irrigation Systems Limited have been accredited with ISO 9001 certification. They have an R & D laboratory with a vast range of routine test facilities in addition to many sophisticated equipment in the category of state of the art technology. This laboratory is approved by DSIR i.e. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Ministry of Science and Technology and is also a two-time recipient of the National Award from the same Department for its R & D efforts in Industry. JISL has its name in the leader board of producing the best quality environment friendly pipes.
  • 43 | P a g e PE Pipes and PE Pipe Fittings Range includes: Jain Polyethylene (PE) Pipes and Fittings - HDPE Pipes Pipes made from Polyethylene (PE) is a cost effective answer for a number of piping problems in Metropolitan, Municipal, Industrial, Underwater, Mining, Landfill Gas extraction, Cable duct and agricultural applications. Jain Polyethylene (PE) Water Distribution & House Service Connection Pipes and Fittings Jain Silicoat PE OFC Ducts & Fittings Available in Orange, Blue, Green, Yellow, Red, Purple, Grey and Black colours. Other colours on demand. B-Sure PE Corrugated Pipes & Fittings Power cable conduit & telecom cable duct. B-Sure PE Gas Piping Systems & Fittings Natural Gas/ Vaporized LPG Conveyance and Distribution. B-Sure PE & PP Sewerage Pipes & Fittings Sewerage pipes Available in Effluent Conveyance & Waste Disposal Lines.
  • 44 | P a g e 4.5 JAIN EX-CEL PLASTIC SHEETS: EX-CEL® Plastic Sheets, a registered brand in the world market since 1990 is manufactured by Jain Irrigation Systems Limited in their state of the art facility equipped with "Cincinnati Milacron" and "Omipa" machinery & equipment at Jalgaon, India. Jains are today, the only manufacturer of PVC & Polycarbonate Sheets under one roof in South East Asia. They are one of the Largest Plastic processors in India, processing over 100,000 MT of different polymers per annum. The manufacturing facility is ISO 9001:2000 & ISO 14001 - 2004 certified by TUV Germany.
  • 45 | P a g e Jain Plastic Sheet Product Range Plastic Sheet EX-CEL© PVC Sheets EX-CEL© Polycarbonate Sheets
  • 46 | P a g e 4.6 Food Processing: Farm Fresh, the Origin At Jains, Jalgaon manufacture Dehydrated Onion and vegetable products and Aseptic fruit purees, concentrates, clarified juices, IQF, and Frozen products of finest quality. They market these under our brand name FarmFresh. For centuries, India has been the premier supplier of spices & tea to the world. It is also the second largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world. Fertile soils, a dry climate, clean water and abundant sunlight help the hard working farmers to produce a bountiful harvest. Though vast, these resources have so far remained mostly untapped. Jains have the most controlled modern, world class fruit processing facility setup at Jalgaon. Selected varieties of Banana, Guava, Mango, Pomegranate, Aonlas, Papaya and Tomato puree are grown in the farms and processed in the plant.
  • 47 | P a g e Integrated Approach Evolved by Jains Jains have dedicated to the development of agriculture and agro processing and have evolved an integrated approach. First they help the Indian farmers to produce more and better quality produce by providing genetically superior planting materials, efficient water and fertilizer management system and agronomical guidance. They are the largest supplier of these products and services to the Indian growers. They then buy the fruits and vegetables from the growers and process them at our most modern processing facilities. Quality Excellence At Jains workers are devoted to manufacture Farm Fresh dehydrated Onion and vegetable products, aseptic fruit purees, pulps and concentrates of the finest quality. their commitment to quality and R&D product innovation is deep rooted. GMP, QA, SPC, Strict sanitation, hygiene, HACCP food safety and ISO 9001:2000, Quality Management Systems are applied throughout the manufacturing. They have evolved & implemented very elaborate quality management system starting from raw material to delivering finished products to respective quality conscious customers throughout the world. Dry climate, fertile soils and sanitary plant design enables production of FARMFRESH products of finest quality and consistency. The Food Divisions are accredited by FoodCert, Netherlands; for ISO 22000:2005 FSMS, the latest International Food Safety Standard, In addition, the „Onion and Vegetable Dehydration‟Division is accredited by FoodCert, Netherlands; to „BRC‟ [British Retail Consortium] Global Standard – Food. They have established modern laboratories (including microbiology, pesticide residues & heavy metal analysis and sensory evaluation) for analysis and testing, backed by the team of highly qualified & experienced scientists & staff. Jains have also established R&D centers, both at the laboratory and in the field.
  • 48 | P a g e Service Excellence Jains have established sales and service network to service our customers throughout the world. Farm Fresh products are readily available from our regional sales centers and warehouses, strategically located in different parts of the world. Our dedicated sales teams are available to discuss individual customer requirements and will make every possible effort to provide you the finest quality Farm Fresh food products & services. They are committed to our total customer‟s satisfaction. Combining the modern technologies of the west with the east, largely untapped agriculture resources of India, using the local human resources and including in them the culture of excellence in quality and total customer service, they have set for us a goal to become a major and reliable global supplier of food ingredients of finest quality. The FARMFRESH department of JISL is linked up with SLEAFORD quality foods ltd division, another member of the JISL family.
  • 49 | P a g e Jain Processed Food Product Range Sliced dehydrated onion products Standard Dehydrated White Onion - 6mm Diced Highly uniform particle-size makes this an ideal replacement for IQF or frozen diced onions used in varied food preparations. Specialty Dehydrated Onion - Red Onions The Products are manufactured from selected red onions. All white onion products are available as red onions. Specialty Dehydrated Onion - Toasted Onions Canned, stewed tomatoes, green beans, peas & other vegetable & meat preparations / mixes, noodles, ethnic preparations. Specialty Dehydrated Onion - Fried Onions Dehydrated onions are fried in vegetable oils. All onion products are available as fried onions. Standard Dehydrated Onion Powder Standard Dehydrated White Onion -Standard Powder Suitable for varied food preparations, wherever onion flavor & taste is desired.
  • 50 | P a g e Fruit Purees, Pulp & Concentrate Mango Puree, Pulp & Concentrate These are made from selected varieties of Mango. Fully matured Mangoes are harvested, quickly transported to our fruit processing plant Banana Puree, Pulp & Concentrate These are made from selected clones of the Cavendish variety. Fully matured banana fruits are harvested and quickly transported to our fruit processing plant, declustered, inspected and washed. Selected high quality fruits go to controlled Ripening chambers. Papaya Puree, Pulp & Concentrate These are made from selected varieties of Papaya. Fully matured Papaya fruits are harvested, quickly transported to our fruit processing plant, inspected and washed. Selected, high quality fruits go to the controlled ripening chambers. Guava Puree, Pulp & Concentrate These are made from selected varieties of Guava. Fully matured and ripened Guava are harvested, quickly transported to our fruit processing plant, inspected and washed. Selected high quality fruits go to the processing section
  • 51 | P a g e Anolas Pulp & Concentrate Farm Fresh aseptic Aonla puree is manufactured from sound, mature, selected Aonla - free from damage, soil & cuts. Selected Aonlas fruits are sorted, washed inspected, cooked deseeded & pulped. Tomato Puree & Concentrate Farm Fresh aseptic Tomato paste and puree are manufactured from sound, mature, selected Tomato, free from damage, soil & cuts. Selected Tomato fruits are sorted, washed, inspected, crushed & carefully pulped.
  • 52 | P a g e 4.7 JAIN PROTECTED CULTIVATION: Protected cultivation is future because Land and Water – Nature‟s gift to mankind is not unlimited and free forever. Everyday population is increasing and due to modernization the infrastructure work is increasing and day to day agricultural land is becoming less and less and at the same time the land value is increasing. Also world water resources are fast diminishing. The one and only answer to this problem is Jain Protected Cultivation. “Jain Greenhouses” the name which you can trust and the only manufacturer of Structures and Micro Irrigation System components. After detailed study of inter-relationship among soil, water, crop, land terrain and related agro climatic conditions, Jains design a suitable and economically viable system to the grower which protects the crop at certain limits and deliver a measured quantity of water at the root zone of each plant at regular intervals. This is to ensure that the plants do not suffer from stress or strain of less and over watering, different climatic conditions. The system installed at the farmer‟s field is commissioned and training imparted to the farmer, followed by regular after sales services.
  • 53 | P a g e Benefits of Jain Greenhouses: Has recorded increase in yield up to 5 to 8 times. Saves water up to 50% compare to open filed flood irrigation. Higher yield from smaller area. Crop grows consistently, healthier, uniform quality fruits and matures fast. Early maturity results in higher and faster returns on investment. Fertilizer use efficiency increases by 30%. Cost of fertilizers, inter-culturing and labour use gets reduced. Fertilizer and Chemical Treatment can be given through Micro Irrigation System itself. Undulating terrains, Saline, Water logged, Sandy & Hilly lands can also be brought under productive cultivation.
  • 54 | P a g e Model Design: Greenhouse/ Poly house/ Poly tunnel/ Net house which protects the crop from High intensity of light, High rainfall, winds, Insects through Structure, Polyethylene film/ Polycarbonate sheet, Shading nets/ Thermal Nets, Insect Net, Cooling Pad, Exhaust Fan, Foggers and Drip Systems, fertigation equipment etc. which controls light, temperature, humidity and Irrigation with fertigation and other required growth substances directly into the root zone of the plant. Water and nutrients enter the soil from the emitters, moving into the root zone of the plants through the combined forces of gravity and capillary. In this way, the plant‟s withdrawal of moisture and nutrients are replenished almost immediately, ensuring that the plant never suffers from water stress, thus enhancing quality, its ability to achieve optimum growth and high yield.
  • 55 | P a g e Range of Protected Cultivation Green House Green houses are climate controlled. Jain Green Houses have a variety of applications, the majority being, off-season growing of vegetables, floriculture, planting material acclimatization, fruit crop growing for export market and plant breeding and varietals improvement. Poly House Poly houses are basically naturally ventilated climate controlled. Jain Poly houses have a variety of applications, the majority being, growing of vegetables, floriculture, planting material acclimatization, fruit crop growing for export market. Poly Tunnels Poly Tunnels are basically naturally ventilated climate controlled. Jain Poly Tunnels have a variety of applications, the majority being, growing of vegetables, floriculture, planting material acclimatization, fruit crop growing for export market. Net House Net houses are basically naturally ventilated climate controlled. Jain Net houses have a variety of applications, the majority being, growing of vegetables, floriculture, fruit crop.
  • 56 | P a g e 4.8 Jain Renewable Energy: Jain renewable energy division is working with Solar thermal, Solar photovoltaic, Wind, Solar + Wind hybrid systems and bio-energy related manufacturing and application development. The current range includes domestic, commercial and industrial Solar powered Pumping systems, CFL/LED based home lighting, CFL/LED based street lighting, blinkers, advertising boards, power packs (inverters), traffic signals, wind + solar hybrid systems, biogas plants and turnkey projects based on all the above technologies. Jain solar powered pump is a new addition to this family. All these products are in harmony with the group‟s mission, “Leave This World Better than You Found It". Jain Solar Powered Pumping systems are empanelled with MNRE. The JAIN PV solar panels & accessories required in Solar Pumping Systems are exclusively manufactured and supplied by us under our warranty. At present, pump sets have been manufactured by overseas top solar pump- set industry leaders. They are tested and supplied & warranted by us and will also be serviced in India by our country-wide distribution network.
  • 57 | P a g e Jain Renewable Energy Product Range: Photovoltaic System Models - 10 to 280 watt Solar Water Heater Flat Plate Collector Evacuated Tube Collector Solar Pumping Systems Surface Pumps Submersible Pumps Solar Lighting and Appliances Lanterns: CFL & LED Street Lighting Systems CFL & LED Home Lighting Systems: CFL & LED Blinkers Ad Boards Traffic Signals
  • 58 | P a g e 4.9 JAIN INTEGRATED AUTOMATED SYSTEMS: Manual operation of the routine practices in agriculture requires lot of attention and care. Also it is difficult to perform desired jobs efficiently and precisely. Ultimately this may result in lower crop production, non-uniform growth and poor quality. Jain Irrigation provides various automation solutions to overcome these problems and to maximize the yields. Automation provides a faster, precise and reliable operation. Jain Irrigation has the complete range to suit specific requirements in agriculture, landscape, precision farming, Green houses & nurseries, lift irrigation etc.
  • 59 | P a g e Technology Partners: When world leaders come together the strength increases manifold. Jains have tie-up with following internationally reputed companies: Hunter Industries, USA Bermad water control solution, Israel Galcon Control Systems, Israel Irrometer, USA ITC, Spain Concept of Jain Integrated Automation System: Automation of an irrigation system refers to operation of the system with no or minimum manual intervention. The introduction of automation in irrigation system has increased application efficiency and drastically reduced labour requirement. modern technologies have brrn optimally used to manufacture the machineries required to perform the functions which labour used to do before. Advantages of Automation Systems: Conservation of water and labour: Since the systems are automatic, they do not require operator. System and operational flexibility: As desired, any valve can be controlled along with the pump. Increased efficiency of water and fertilizer use. Systems can be operated at night. Savings in energy, cost and water.
  • 60 | P a g e Scope for Automation: Operation of pumping systems. Operation of irrigation & misting system. Application of fertilizers. Filter backwashing. Soil moisture measurement. Operation of cooling & heating system based on sensors. Weather monitoring. Alarm system during mal functioning. Automation Systems: Engine Automation Systems Fertigation Solutions
  • 61 | P a g e 5.1 HIGHLIGHTS OF JAIN IRRIGATION SYSTEMS LIMITED: Financial Highlights Turnover US$ 822 million Compounded growth rate (CAGR) for past 5 years 41% Exports from India Operations US $ 112 million Market Capitalisation Over US$ 1.5 Billion Equity Shares & FCCB listed in Exchanges India (BSE, NSE), Singapore, Luxembourg Acquisitions during 2006-07 21 - Within India 8 - Outside India 13 JISL’s Global Presence Countries 116 Continents 5 Plants 28 Offices & Warehouses / Depots 116 Distributors 5,485 Global workforce More than 7,903 Agri and irrigation Scientists: Engineers, Technologists and Technicians Over 1,526
  • 62 | P a g e Certifications All divisions ISO-9001:2008 Irrigation, Plastic Piping & Plastic Sheet divisions ISO-14001:2004 Plastic Park BS OHSAS 18001:2007 Food division ISO-22000:2005, FSMS, BRC, GMA - Safe, HACCP, SGF & KOSHER Agriculture division EUREPGAP JISL’s Installed Capacities (Annum)* Agricultural Tissue Culture Banana & Onion Plantlets (Nos.) 30,000,000 Hybrid Onion Seed 30 M.T. Grafted Plants (Nos.) 2,500,000 Greenhouses, Poly & Shadehouses upto 200,0000 m2 Food Processing(Seasonal) Fruit Pulps and Concentrates 109,575 Frozen Fruits 9,000 Onion & Vegetable Dehydration 120,000 Irrigation Irrigation On-line & In-line Tubing 90,710 M.T. Irrigation system moulded parts 8,000 M.T. Irrigation / Agricultural PVC pipes 47,810 M.T. QRC pipes & fittings 20,110M.T. Sprinklers (nos) 25, 00,000
  • 63 | P a g e Piping Systems PVC pipes 137,153 M.T. PVC fittings 6,500 M.T. PE /PP pipes 97,550 M.T. PE /PP fittings 6,500 M.T. Plastic Sheet PVC foam sheet 36,300 M.T. Solar Solar Water Heaters 1,200,000 Litres Jain Jyot Lanterns 1,50,000 Pieces Jain Jyot Home Lighting Systems 50,000 Pieces Jain Jyot Street Lighting Systems 45,000 Pieces
  • 64 | P a g e 5.2 REWARDS & RECOGNITIONS: Rewards Millions of satisfied farmers / customers. Crawford Reid Memorial Award (Irrigation Association, USA) Water Conserver of India (UNESCO & West-Net) Challengers to the World„s Leading Companies (Stander & Poors) Asia„s 200 Best Under a Billion Companies (Forbes Asia) 100 Most Promising Clean Technology Companies on the Planet (Global Cleantech & the Guardian) Client Leadership Award (International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group) Best Water Company Award (UNESCO, Ministry of the Water Resources & Water Digest) Boldness in Business Award - Environment (Financial Times & Arcelor Mittal, London) Scores of major customers – o India : Aditya Birla, APMIP, Bharti, BSNL, Coca-Cola, GGRC, Gujrat Gas, Hindustan Levers, HFCL, Hutch, IGL, IVRCL, Larsen & Toubro, Mahanagar Gas, Nestle, Power Grid, Tantia Constructions, BEFESA, Ramky, Reliance, Tata, etc. o Overseas : Alcatel, Amari Plastics Plc., Cargill, Coca-Cola, Friesland Foods, GE, General Mills, Heinz, Innocent, Kerry, Langers Juices Company Inc, Larsen & Toubro, Mars Incorporated, McCormik, Mitsui & Co. Ltd., Nestle, Polytrim, Saarioinen, Schumacher, Sleaford, SVZ Industrial Fruit & Vegetable, Taiyo, Unidelta, Vink, Worlee etc.
  • 65 | P a g e 5.3 ACHIEVEMENTS: Agriculture & Irrigation Division World number one in Drip Irrigation with Pipe Production. World number one in Tissue culture Production of Banana & Pomegranate Plants. The only manufacturer of complete drip irrigation systems in the world. Pioneers of Micro Irrigation Systems in India. Globally second and the largest irrigation Company in India also a Total Agri-Service Provider. One-Stop High-Tech agricultural shop. Nurtures a sprawling 3000 acre Hi-Tech Agri Institute. Largest pool of Agricultural Scientists, Engineers & Technicians in Private Sector. Pipe Division Jain Piping Division is the largest producer of Thermoplastic piping systems for all conceivable applications with pipes ranging from 3 mm to 1600 mm in diameter. Plastic Sheet Division The largest manufacturer of PVC & PC sheets in India and globally amongst first 5 Companies. The only manufacturer producing widest range of Plastic Sheets (PC & PVC) under one roof. Food Processing Division World number one in Mango Processing (Mango pulp, puree and concentrate). Globally second largest manufacturer of dehydrated onion. Number three in Onion & Vegetable Dehydration.
  • 66 | P a g e 5.4 CONCLUSION:  Irrigation and agriculture can be successful if done in the right manner.  Irrigation field has a large and wide scope.  JISL has been successful in product diversification.  Even with such a large number of diversified products, JISL has remained gripped to its roots of being environmental friendly.  It has a worldwide presence.  Being environmentally conscious increase the cost of product.  It has millions of satisfied and happy consumers of its products. Recommendations:  The firm must concentrate much more on advertisements & promotions  People must be provided with better knowledge of products to new customers.  The domestic and foreign Export ratio must be balanced.  More innovations can be made into the existing products.  Customer relation should be given a priority.
  • 67 | P a g e Questionnaire for Project purpose PROJECT TOPIC: ‘PRODUCT DIVERSITY IN JAIN IRRIGATIONS’ Person met: Harshal Shah (Manager – marketing)  The base company JAIN IRRGATIONS is diversified into how many fields? Five basic fields.  Among the varied business activities, which of the fields add to core revenue? Jain Irrigations – Drip & Sprinkler Irrigations.  Which of the products are more popular among the consumers? Jain pipes and Farmfresh food products are the products more in demand.  Is the demand overseas greater than domestic region? No, demand in domestic market is greater than offshore markets.
  • 68 | P a g e  JAIN IRRIGATIONS have always followed an environmental friendly production policy, how far does it affect the price structure? To much a extent, since raw materials costs are high for such products  How does the company maintain its export and import ratio? 60:40 is the approximate ratio, 60% in domestic, while 40% offshore. Ratio of sales Domestic Foreign
  • 69 | P a g e  Does the company frequently change its policies according the fluctuating business environment? Only if need arises, mostly policies remain unchanged.  How does the fluctuating value of rupee in the global market affect the firm? It depends on the activities carried in the specific period, while exporting if value of rupee falls, company earns a profit if not loss...  Does the company follow any particular policy to cope up with the fluctuating value of rupee? Till now there has never been a need for a change in policy for fluctuating value of rupee.  Is the company planning any new product launch or any new branch opening in the near future? There are plans on track but not finalised yet.
  • 70 | P a g e  How is rate of product diversity moving? So far on an increasing rate, all the new products or new acquisitions have turned profitable. so that encourages for more product diversity like last 3 years when the rate of product diversity was increasing from 3%- 7%-12 % respectively. As we can judge from the above line graph the rate at which Jain Irrigations go for diversification is on the increasing path. Percentage in Increase of… 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% year 2010 year2011 year 2012 Percentage in Increase of Product diversity Percentage in Increase of Product diversity
  • 71 | P a g e BIBLIOGRAPHY: Brochures Jain solar catalogue Jain Farmfresh literature Jain irrigation products catalogue Jain irrigations sustainable report 2012 WEBLIOGRAPHY: www.jains.com cbip.org (central board of irrigation & power) www.wikipedia.com