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Campus pre-placement talk management trainee - 2012

  1. 1. Campus Recruitment : 2011-12 Pre-placement Dialog 1ACC Limited
  2. 2. 2ACC Limited
  3. 3. ACC among the Top 16 Dream Companies to Work for at the campuses – Business Today – June 2010 3ACC Limited
  4. 4. ACC Ltd – 2nd Most Respected Cement Company 2011 – India’s Most Respected Companies : A survey by Business World Magazine 4ACC Limited
  5. 5. Refined approach – Focus on Business Value Chain 2011 – India’s Most Respected Companies 7 Broad Parameters Considered:- Our Score 1. Innovativeness 615 2. Depth & Quality of Top Management 705 3. Financial Performance and Returns 695 4. Ethics and Transparency 665 * 5. Quality of Products and Services 695 6. People Practices/ Talent Management 730* 7. Global Competitiveness 605 * Highest among all cement Companies 5ACC Limited
  6. 6. Great Place to work Respected in Cement Industry Provides Awarded Super opportunities for brand Status - the self learning and only company in the growth Cement Industry Opportunities Freedom to for Improving Skills Act 6ACC Limited
  7. 7. Objectives of Campus Selection of potential talent from reputed institutes for mid / long term business requirement Groom fresh talent for future leadership roles Train them as per the organization requirement Develop them as per the culture of the organization Attract talent leveraging ACC / Holcim brand Select right talent for the right job 7ACC Limited
  8. 8. Our History  1936 - Incorporation of The Associated Cement Companies Limited on August 1, 1936  1947 - India’s first entirely indigenous cement plant established at Chaibasa in Bihar  1957 - Technical training institute established at Kymore, Madhya Pradesh  1965 - ACC’s Central Research Station (CRS) established at Thane  1979 - ACC wins international contract for operation and management of a new 1 MT cement plant at Yanbu-Ras Biridi in Saudi Arabia  1982 - Commissioning of the first 1 MTPA plant in the country at Wadi, Karnataka  1992 - Incorporation of Bulk Cement Corporation of India, a joint venture with the Government of India  1995 - ACC selected as Most Respected Company in India by Business India  2004 - ACC named as a Consumer Superbrand by the Superbrands Council of India, becoming the only cement company to get this status  2005 - Holcim group of Switzerland enters strategic alliance with Ambuja Group & ACC  2006 - Change of name to ACC Limited with effect from September 1, 2006 from The Associated Cement Companies Limited  2010 -ACC enters its platinum jubilee year - the first company in the cement industry to achieve this status  2011 - Worlds largest kiln installed at ACC Plant, Wadi, Karnataka with a capacity of 12,500 tones per day 8ACC Limited
  9. 9. Our BusinessCement ManufacturingReady Mix ConcreteBulk Cement 9ACC Limited
  10. 10. Company Background A pioneer in the Cement Industry and national presence Market Share – 11.1% of Indias total cement production Rated Capacity - 30 million metric tones per annum 9 Integrated Cement Manufacturing Units 6 Grinding Units Operations from 3 different Regions 21 Sales Units & 65 Area Sales Office 310 Warehouses 10000 Dealers 40 Ready-Mix Concrete Plants One Bulk Cement Terminal One Management Academy & Two Technical Institutes Annual Sales turnover of Cement Business - 7,975 Crore in 2010 Human Capital Strength - 9,200 nos 10ACC Limited
  11. 11. Holcim at a Glance Global company with Presence in 5 Continents Cement, concrete, aggregate, consulting & research is core Business Operating in 70 countries 21.6 Billion Swiss Francs turnover in 2010 Human Capital of 80,500 employees 200 MPTA capacity 11ACC Limited
  12. 12. ACC Corporate & Regional Offices Northern Region Delhi Eastern RegionCorporate Office Kolkata MumbaiSouth & West Region Pune 12ACC Limited
  13. 13. ACC Cement Manufacturing Units Region – North (Capacity 11.7 MTPA)  Gagal – Himachal Pradesh  Lakheri – Rajasthan GAGAL  Tikaria – Uttar Pradesh  Kymore – Madhya Pradesh TIKARIALAKHERI DAMODAR Region – East (Capacity 6.4 MTPA) SINDRI  Chaibasa – Jharkhand  Sindri – Jharkhand KYMORE CHAIBASA  Bargarh – Orissa  Damodar – West Bengal BARGARH  Jamul – Chhattisgarh CHANDA JAMUL  Vishakhapatman – Andhra Pradesh VISHAKHAPATNAM Region – S&W (Capacity 12.27 MTPA) WADI  Chanda - Maharashtra BELLARY  Wadi - Karnataka  Bellary - Karnataka KOLAR  Kolar - Karnataka  Madukkarai – Tamil Nadu MADUKKARAI 13 ACC Limited
  14. 14. ACC Sales Units and Area Offices : North SU-Chandigarh (Rest) 7 - Sales units Gagal (40K) 37 Jammu (20K) DelhiSU – Chandigarh, Punjab Kanpur 34 38 36 45 33 32 Karnal (25K)Amritsar (37K) 42 35 44 Shimla (30K) Lucknow 43Bhatinda (27K(1) ) 41 Uttaranchal 39Chandigarh (32K) 40 31 Bhopal 20Jalandhar (44K) 97 93 25 SU - Uttaranchal Chandigarh - Punjab 99 24Ludhiana (32K) 91 90 92 27 23 21 22 29 Dehradun (31K) Chandigarh - Rest 96 26 107 103 102 94 28 213 Haldwani (20K) 6 30 106 105 9895 7 216 212 211 209 Moradabad (25K) 101 104 8 11 153 217 210 220 Area offices - 25SU - Delhi 2 100 9 12 152 142 221 218 214 208 16 13Jaipur (28K(1)) 116 117 10 150 219 215 17 4 14 146 151 197 222 SU - LucknowDelhi (25K) 15 18 1 143 148 163 141 165 194 Faizabad (40K)Ghaziabad (30K) 112 114 3 5 19 149147 185 120 144 145 200 203 158 Varanasi (35K) 171 177 125 129 131 140 191 169 181 201 160 174 Lucknow (35K) 188 162 164 189 118 122 156 133 155 182 206 186 71 170 202 135 137 53 183 175 121 196 205 198 168 178 172 108 139 134 195 157 64 192 127 58 110 123 50 83 180 190 176 161 184 154 179 199 207 173 159 SU - Kanpur 111 132 85 167 193 166 Agra (32K) 124 55 76 119 126 113 138 130 63 187 73 78 204 Allahabad (30K) 48 128 47 136 88 77 57 69 84 Kanpur (42K) 75 87 115 49 54 68 81 82 109 86 74 70 79 72 67 59 46 60 65 66 56 80 61 SU - Bhopal 89 62 52 51 Bhopal (28K) Jabalpur(32K) 14 ACC Limited
  15. 15. Sales Units and Area Offices : East AS SU – Patna AS8 AS18 19 AS7 Patna ( 26K ) AS17 AS16 Begusarai (33K ) AS AS6 AS AS 15 Samastipur (28K) AS1 AS2 AS 4 5 AS12AS AS14 WB 13 BH1 3 AS11 1 WB2 AS9 AS10 BH3 BH5 WB3 BH4 BH9 BH13 AS20 BH2 BH11 BH12 WB SU- Ranchi BH6 BH BH8 BH10 BH BH BH21 4 AS21 7 BH BH18 19 20 Ranchi (15K) BH 17 BH BH BH28 WB6 AS 22 AS BH14 BH 16 26 27 BH35 23 Jamshedpur (9K) 15 BH25 BH33 JH WB5 Dhanbad (46K) BH 23 BH BH24 BH32 BH34 BH BH3710 JH 11 6 - Sales units BH31 JH 22 BH29 BH30 36 JH6 JH8 JH9 12 Bihar JH7 WB8 SU- Asansol JH1 JH2 JH3 JH5 JH18 WB7 Ranchi JH17 Asansol (20K) JH4 JH16 WB RaipurSU- Raipur WB11 12 Siliguri (24K) JH14 JH15 WB9 WB10 WB AsansolRaipur (30K) JH13 WB14 WB 17 JH WB15 WB 16a Kolkata 21Bilaspur (11K) JH19 JH22 16b Bhubaneswar JH20 WB13 WB18 OR1 OR2 OR7 SU- Kolkata OR6 OR8 Shalimar (51K) OR3 OR4 OR5 Area offices - 18 OR9 Cossipore (33K) OR10 OR11 OR12 OR13 OR16 Kalighat (17K) OR OR15 OR2 OR22 1 OR30 Kharagpur (0K) 14 OR OR2 OR2 19 0 8 OR29 OR18 OR17 OR2 SU- Bhubaneswar OR25 OR 7 26 Sambalpur (37K) OR24 Cuttack (37K) Balasore (17K) OR23 Vizag (13K) 15 ACC Limited
  16. 16. ACC Sales Units and Area Offices : South & West SU-Mumbai -78 K Thane SU-Nagpur-60 K Kalamboli Nagpur MH1 MH MH Amravati MH13 MH3 MH11 14 15 MH9 MH12 Aurangabad MH8 MH2 MH10 MH23 MH22 MH6SU-Pune-75 K MH4 MH7 MH21 MH24 MH5 AP1Pune City MH MH20 MH30 MH16 18Pune District MH17 MH19 MH MH29 AP2 AP3 AP AP17 16 8 - Sales units KR1Kolhapur MH MH26 MH27 28 AP4 AP5 AP15 Mumbai AP9 25 AP6 AP7 AP14 MH33 KR2 KR3 AP8 AP13 SU- Secunderabad Pune MH AP MH 32 KR4 KR5 KR6 AP10 AP11 12 Secunderabad Hubli 31SU-Hubli -92K KR7 KR KR9 Kurnoor Bangalore / Mysore GO1 AP18 AP19 8 KR12 CoimbatoreHubli KR10 KR11 KR14 AP20 AP21 AP22 NagpurBellay KR13 KR17 KR20 SecunderabadGulbarga KR KR16 KR AP23 15 KR20 26 TN2 TN3 ChennaiGoa KR18 KR19 KR KR KR25 TN1 TN SU- Chennai 23 24 6 KL1 KR 21 KR22 TN4 TN5 PD1 Chennai KL2 TN10 KL4 KL3 TN7 TN8 TN9 TN13 Salem TN12 TN16 TN17TN KL5 TN TN14 TN 18 KL6 KL7 11 TN19 15 TN TN 21 22 TN20 Area offices - 23SU-Bangalore/Mysore-68 K KL8 KL11 TN TN24 KKL10 23 TN 25 L TN26Bangalore North 9 KL12 KL13 TN TN TN 27 SU-Coimbatore-101 K 29Bangalore South KL1428 Calicut TNMangalore 30 CochinMysore Coimbatore, 16 ACC Limited
  17. 17. Eligibility Criteria for Selection (Management Trainee)  Four Years full time Engineering Degree from a Recognized Institute / University approved by the AICTE / UGC (for BE / BTech)  Two Years full time Post Graduate Degree in Management from a Recognized Institute / University approved by the AICTE / UGC (for Management)  Academic year 2008 - 2012 for BE / BTech Degree course (only 2012 passing out)  Academic year 2010 - 2012 for Management course (only 2012 passing out)  Aggregate First Class in Final Degree Examination  Required Discipline for Engineering – Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Chemical, Mining, Power Engineering, AFR  Required Discipline for Management – Marketing, HR, Logistics, Operations  Maximum age 23 years for BE/ BTech as on 01-Jan-2012 (Born between 01-01-1989 to 31-12-1993)  Maximum age 25 years for MBAs as on 01-Jan-2012 (Born between 01-01-1987 to 31-12-1993)  Medical clearance as per the ACC Medical Norms  Clearance of ACC Selection Process  Willing to work any Cement Manufacturing Unit, Regional Office, Sales Units, Area Sales Office 17ACC Limited
  18. 18. Selection Process Written Test  Aptitude Test  Language Power  Subject Knowledge Psychometric Assessment Test Online Test for -  Competency Check  Ability Check  Subject Knowledge Personal Interview  Communication Skill  Attitude  Culture Fit 18ACC Limited
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  20. 20. Scope of Job for MBA Logistics &Sales & Marketing Supply Chain MBA DegreeHuman Resources Procurement 20 ACC Limited
  21. 21. Job Description of MBA HUMAN RESOURCES LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN SALES PROCUREMENT  Coordinating & administration of time office, other HR activities,  Execute PMS, training, rotations, transfers etc across the plan such as cement despatch based on PROCUREMENT LOGISTICS • Consolidate thesales and collections ofapproved despatch plant  Achievement of requirements for smalltargetCapex HUMAN  Preparing approval notes for disbursing loans to employees SALES RESOURCES  Manage exigencies in discussions • Consolidate the requirements credit with Plant logistics in-charge  Fixing and adhering dealer wisefor Spares across the plant limit and review periodically  Counselling employees and handling day to day grievances  Develop • Supervise & maintain relationship withprices key local vendors &  Monitoring preparation of RFQs and purchase orders dealers wholesale and retail  railway representatives for various act & rules Statutory compliances under smooth execution • Release PO for selected stores,supply linkage wherever applicable  Promoting the new recruits most economical spares and Capex  Induction of with Plant Procurement for executing inbound  Coordinate logistics operation • Identify local vendors  Facilitating reconciliation of assessment of trainees and probationers  Follow up to ensure timely sundry debtors and obtain balance confirmation  Implement logistics improvement projects • Negotiate withdevelopment of all departments as and payment terms  Training and vendors regarding cost, quality required  Regular market visit, site visit and meet customers, dealers  Administration of colony, security, time office for • Lead negotiations with Logistics MIS reports etc review by Plant  Generate necessary identified vendors logistics in-charge  Monitoring of C&F activities and coordination with channel Partners  Assisting HR manager in dealing with legal matters • Appraise vendors about ERP requirements and co ordinate with  vendor master controller and contacts with end customers Developing retail network at HO  Ensure timely preparation of accurate HR MIS 21ACC Limited
  22. 22. Scope of Job for Graduate Engineers Mechanical (Operation & Maintenance) ProjectsElectrical & Instrumentation Alternative Fuels & (Maintenance & Control) Raw Materials (AFR) Chemical Graduate Logistics & Supply Chain(Process & Production, AFR) Engineers Power Engineering Procurement (Operation & Maintenance) Mining General Management 22 ACC Limited
  23. 23. Job Description of Graduate Engineers MINING PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESS ALTERNATIVE FUELS & RAW MATERIALS (AFR) GENERAL MANAGEMENT MECHANICAL SUPPLY CHAIN ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION LOGISTICS & POWER PLANT PROCUREMENT • Assist for execution of drilling andthe Capexoperations in •Planning andestimating and budgeting the manufacturing stages • Coordinate for timely analysis all blasting Project proposal • Conducting process audits for of the waste samples duringthe regular LOGISTICS mines subcement and documenting small CapexElectrical plant GENERAL PLANT POWER PROCUREMENT and query controlling operational efficiency, identify plan for  ConsolidateMaintenanceperformance of the powerMechanical  Monitoringstagesdespatch based on approved despatch areasand Planning ofthe requirements tasks shooting of plant the and fingerprint maintenance for & reporting across and all analysis & Trouble related to Execute production andthe & • • Monitoring the status of projects and update the reports for any Analyse Operation, PROJECT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT AFR improvement in theequipment at plant Instrumentation shifts supply of powerand suggest for improvements equipment corrective action CHEMICAL •Planning exigencies in discussions withminingacross the plant new • Ensure maintenance activities forand maintained in-charge • Consolidate the system is installed Plant equipment Manage of feeding requirements for Spares logisticsfor every  Monitoring process parameters on day-to-day basis, analyzing MINING & ELECTRICAL  •Executing theof spareshooting,Capital and revenue budget plant plant waste MECHANICAL • Coordinate Headexternal agencies for SLAsinventory project Assist Plant trouble analysing managing shutother at deviations, with in maintenance tasks and and down maintenance Planning running  Planningmaintain in parts andproduction performance of the INSTRUMENTATION Develop & of plant relationshiphandling and vendors explosives Shutdown & maintenance activities Ensure proper receipt,to regionalwith key localusage of & railway • tasks submit preparation of RFQs and purchase orders and of power same shifts storage, office Supervise the related contracts • Ensure that non-conformity in waste representatives for smooth execution received should be reported to •  Inventory management andMechanical Maintenance tasks  Analyzingcompliance improvedlegalcorrective & preventive Introductionbreak down for initiating of new and processes for cost reduction  •Daily arrangement and allocation of manpower & material resources of • Ensure strict of bids chainwith all the of functionalin implementation the plant supply assistance to the Plant Head ProvidingPO for selected stores, spares requirementsand technical with the support  •Coordinate with Plant Procurement for executing inbound logistics actions Evaluation  and productivityand blasting operations and Capex Release improvement heads regarding drilling plant improvement assignments Procurement department •Analyzing of break burn of powerHO trial burn team & preventive  Maintain data regardingdown and initiating corrective and 3rd party operations Coordinate the trial cost with the generation  Identify local vendors agencybetter processes prevailing in • Keeping abreast of new andand improvement of cost reduction Planning for modification emission monitoring actions collating, analyzing and presenting data about operational • • •Collecting, government departments (DGMS, Explosives, Liaison with the cashgains and commitments Monitoring flows and productivity analysis reports and the industry  Preparing breakdownimprovement projectsanalysis Implement logistics units Forest etc) of other parameters  Negotiate & optimize the usage plan cost, quality and payment Prepare with vendors regarding for each waste cost reduction • •Planning for modification and improvement of stream site Ensure compliance of all statutory regulations at the project • terms necessary gains keeping on daily plant by Plant logistics  Report preparationtraining & development ofreview personnel in Generate forto and record and reports for operation & reduction Managing capital budget for MIS improvement of cost Contributing modification Planning and productivity Logistics • •maintenance activities in powerthe for sensitive nature Planning ofconfidential information in the department in-charge and productivity gains plant •processto the management on the progress and deviation from the Report • Communicate the with identifiedplant supply chain targets for requirement to vendors  Lead negotiations approved OH&S policies, principles, regularly • •Complianceand theorganizationbudgetOH&S aims procedures and Monitoring to company OH&S policies,drilling andand Promote achievement of the company original timelines or Compliance controlling the cost of to delivery schedules  • Compliance toto organization OH&S principles,principles, formulating blasting  Compliance and policies, procedures organization OH&S policies and practices practices vendorspractices requirements and co ordinate with operations  • Appraise with theabout ERPhead and the technical consultant Coordinate and practices procedures functional • Send daily, monthly and quarterly AFR utilization reports to HO and vendor that allrealization ofat are followed at Mines to ensure the safety norms HO performance guarantees • Ensuring master controller stated Regional Supply Chain Head 23ACC Limited
  24. 24. Terms of Employment for Management Trainees During Probation & During Training Period Confirmation Stipend Gross CTC 18,000.00 per month 4.01 Lac per annum Designation Designation Management Trainee Deputy Manager Period of Training Period of Probation Six Months 6 months after 6 months Training 24ACC Limited
  25. 25. Process Flow of Campus – How to Apply ACC-HR SHARES PRE PLACEMENT OFFICER OF ELIGIBLE & INTERESTED PLACEMENT PPT & THE INSTITUTE NOTIFIES STUDENTS APPLY FOR REGISTRATION FORM DETAILS OF CAMPUS TO REGISTRATION AGAINST WITH THE INSTITUTE THE STUDENTS THE REQUIREMENTPLACEMENT OFFICER ACC-HR SHORTLIST THE PLACEMENT OFFICER ENSURES ELIGIBLESENDS PROPOSED DATE STUDENTS NAME AND STUDENTS FILLED THE REGISTRATIONAND VENUE OF CAMPUS SHARES WITH PLACEMENT FORM AND AUTHENTICATES THE LISTINTERVIEW TO ACC-HR OFFICER THEN SENDS TO ACC-HRACC-HR CONFIRMS THE ACC-HR CONDUCTS INTERVIEW ACC EXTENDS JOBDATE AND VENUE OF ALONG WITH REGISTERED AGENCY ON OFFERS TO THECAMPUS INTERVIEW TO AGREED DATE IN COORDINATION WITH SELECTEDTHE PLACEMENT OFFICER PLACEMENT OFFICER CANDIDATES WRITTEN TEST – GROUP DISCUSSION / APTITUDE+DOMAIN PERSONAL INTERVIEW PSYCHOMETRIC TEST 25 ACC Limited
  26. 26. Registration Form & Questionnaire for Students 26ACC Limited
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  28. 28. Employee Welfare & Benefits Company provides shared and unfurnished accommodation at cement manufacturing units 30% of Basic Salary as HRA will be given in case employee posted at Head Office, Regional Offices, Sales Units and Area Offices Hospital and In-house doctors are available for free general medical treatment to all employees and their families at Cement Manufacturing Units CBSE Schools for children of employees at cement manufacturing units Leave Facility Multipurpose & Housing Loan on reducing EMI with subsidized interest rate Mediclaim Insurance for self and family Group personal accident policy 28ACC Limited
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