A Projcet report on PERSONNEL MANUAL OF HINDALCO , RENUKOOTA project submitted for partial fulfillment of Masters Degree in “Personnel Management and Industrial Relations” Submitted by: Bikram Kumar Roll no:09 Banaras hindu university,Varanasi. Under the guidance of PROF.A .P .SINGH (training coordinator) M.P.M.I.R DEPT. OF PSYCHOLOGY. & Mr. Gunjan tiwari Assistant general manager Human resource department ,Hindalco
Masters of personnel management and industrial relations, Banaras hindu university, varanasi DEPT. OF PSYCHOLOGY CERTIFICATE BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY, I certify that the Project Report entitled “Personnel manual of HINDALCO” VARANASIis the result of the bonafide study carried out by BIKRAM KUMAR under my Guidance and supervision and that no part of the report has been submitted in any other form or for any other degree. PLACE : VARANASI DATE : PROF.A.P.SINGH ( TRAINING COORDINATOR ) M.P.M.I.R. , DEPT. OF PSYCHOLOGY,
BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY, VARANASI. DECLARATIONI do hereby declare that the project entitled “Personnelmanual Report of HINDALCO”, submitted by me to thedepartment has been compiled by me under the guidance ofMr.GUNJAN TIWARI, H.R Asstistant General Manager ,HINDALCO and Prof. A. P. Singh, Training Coordinator,M.P.M.I.R, B.H.U and bears no imitation of any kind fromanywhere. This project is a product of my own effort and ithas not been submitted or published ever before.Place : VaranasiDate : BIKRAM KUMAR. Roll. No. 08 Regd. No. 313444
AcknowledgementI owe my deepest sense of gratitude and regards to theHuman Resource Department of HINDALCO , RENUKOOT forhaving given me this immense opportunity of doing mysummer internship from this renowned organization. I amheartily thankful to Mr . GUNJAN TIWARI , ASSISTANTGENERAL MANAGER ,HINDALCO , and MS. SHARMILA SHAH, ,HINDALCO,who so readily cooperated and provided us all therelevant informations.I am also grateful to my department and all of my facultieswho ensured we were possibly acquainted with all thenecessary topics and informations related to the field ofhuman resource management, so that we might not face anykind of difficulty completing our project.Apart from them , my acknowledgements are also due to myfriends and co-trainees at HINDALCO, who have also been oftremendous help throughout the completion of this project.PLACE : VARANASIDATE : BIKRAM KUMAR.
CONTENTSCHAPTER 1 : TRIBUTE TO THE FOUNDERCHAPTER 2 : INTRODUCTIONCHAPTER 3 : RESEARCH METHODOLOGYCHAPTER 4 : ABOUT THE ORGANISATIONCHAPTER 5 : PERSONNEL MANUALCHAPTER 6 : TRAINING IN HINDALCOCHAPTER 7 : SURVEY AND DATA ANALYSISCHAPTER 8 : CONCLUSION AND SUGGESTIONCHAPTER 9 : BIBLIOGRAPHYCHAPTER 10 : ANNEXURES
Research methodologyThe scientific and systematic search for pertinent information on a specifictopic in a planned and careful manner encompasses the meaning ofresearch methodology. It involves systematically solving the researchproblem.It involves careful selection of the research problem, its clear definition, theresearch design, the selection of sample ,sources of collection ofdata(primary or secondary), and data analysis.I would be hereby discussing the research methodology applied by me whilePERSONNEL MANUAL AT HINDALCO , HINDALCO. A. SELECTION OF TOPIC : The topic assigned to me as part of my study at HINDALCO wasPERSONNEL MANUAL. A large number of employees undergo trainingevery year at HINDALCO. My study concentrated on
B. Research design : A research design is the framework within which a research iscarried on, it constitutes the blueprint for the collection, measurement andanalysis of data. It specifies the sources and types of information, thestrategy specifying the approach that will be used for gathering andanalyzing the data.Mine was an exploratory research design. It involved precise investigationand the major emphasis was discovering insights and ideas. The method inthis context that I had applied is called experience survey. I had to collectinformations directly from the employees who had undergone training andhad practical experience of it. On the basis of the informations gatheredfrom them , my analysis and conclusions proceeded.
C. sample selection: All items in any field of enquiry constitute a universe or population. A complete enumeration of all the items in population is called census sampling. Enumeration of few items from the population is called sampling. The respondents so selected act as representatives of all the other items to as much extent as possible. The selected respondents are called sample. In my project all the employees of HINDALCO who had undergone the training constitute the population.For the purpose of my study, I utilized the sampling technique. There weretwo different kinds of samples I had to deal with. The first comprising of theparticipants who had undergone training, and the second one comprises ofthe supervisors, under whom the participants perform. The first sample, that
is the participants gave information about the usefulness of the trainingprogram, whether they were satisfied with it, whether there has been anyimprovement in their performance after the completion of the program, andwhether they found the program relevant to their job and the other samplecomprising of the supervisors gave information whether the employeesunder him have actually benefitted from the program, whether he found any Chapter – 4 ( organization’s profile )
HINDALCO OVERVIEW“Hindalco” was set up in collaboration with Kaiser Aluminum & ChemicalsCorporation U.S.A, in a record time of 18 months. The plant started functioning inthe year 1962 with a capacity of 20,000 tons per annum.The company has growth manifold and is managed by Board of Directors, with ShriKumar Mangalam Birla as the chairman of the Board of Directors. Day to day affairsof the company are managed by Professional Executives headed by Shri D .K.KOHLYas the chief operation officer-Aluminium & Power.
Hindalco is one of India’s largest producers of Aluminium. The company was in corporated on December 15, 1958 and commenced production in 1962 with an initial smelting capacity of 20,000 TPA. Hindalco’s integrated operation and operational efficiency have enabled thecompany to be one of the world’s lowest cost producers of Aluminium. HINDALCO TODAYAluminium has turned out to be the wonder metal of the industrialised world. Noother single metal can do so many jobs, so well, and so economically.Aluminium’s growth rate is the highest amongst the major basic metals today.Hindalco ranks as the largest Aluminium producer in India, whose more than 58%sales is in value added product and has more than 40% in total market share.Hindalco’s integrated operations and operational efficiency have enabled thecompany to be one of the world’s lowest cost producers of Aluminium.
Hindalco also owns a large captive thermal power plant at Renusagar that meets thepower requirement of the company very effectively. Hindalco currently has primaryAluminium capacity of 3, 45,000 MTPA. JOINT VENTURES COMPANIES OF HINDALCO 1. Indo-gulf Fertilizers & chemicals Corp. Ltd. 2. Bihar Caustic & Chemicals Ltd. 3. Tanfac Industries Ltd. 4. Mangalore Refinery & Protochemicals Ltd. 5. Birla AT & T Communication Ltd. 6. Bina Power Supply Co. Ltd. 7. Birla Global Finance Ltd. 8. Birla Capital International AMC Ltd.
9. Century Enka.Recent Awards won by Hindalco in Different fields. National Safety Award 2003: By Minister of Labor and Employment. Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award 2003: Joint award winner of R.G.N.Q.A. 2003 in large –scale manufacturing category. The award is instituted by Bureau of Indian Standard, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Government of India. Green Tech Gold Award 2003-04: By Greentech Foundation, New Delhi for organizational Health & Safety. CIOL Dataquest Award: For best performance in the pioneer category for 2004-05 by CIOL, an IT portal along with Dataquest Magazine. Qualtech Award 2004: For Quality Management by Quimpro college, Mumbai. CII National Award: For Excellence in Energy Management - 2004.
Prime Minister’s Shram Award 2004: Shram Veer award to Mr. Ram Kailash of Aluminium plant won the Excellence Case Study Presentation Award at NCQC, Mumbai in December 2004. IMC Rama Krishna Bajaj National Quality Award 2004 Certificate of merit. National Energy Conservation Award 2004: In aluminium sector – Government of India, Ministry of Power. Aditya Birla Planet Award 2004: Jt. Winner of Aditya Birla Planet Award 2004 for community initiative &Rural Development Works. Our Mines Division has been reorganized by Indian Bureau of Mines, Government of India for A forestation; Plantation, waste Dump Management, Topsoil Management, Reclamation and Rehabilitation, Dust suppression Arrangement, Publicity & propaganda and overall Performance. Training & Development (HR) Practices 2004: Renusagar Power has declared winner of Innovation Training & Development (HR) Practices 2004. Award given by Indian Society for Training & Development, New Delhi.
Annual Greentech Safety Gold Award: Hindalco own the 4th Annual Greentech Safety Gold award for the year 2004-05 in Metallurgy Sector. The award will be presented on 11th May 2005 at Hyderabad. National Award for Excellence in Energy Management 2005: Belure Sheet Plant received the National Award for Excellence in Energy Management 2005 (Energy Efficient Unite) from CII –Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Center. National Safety Award 2004: Owned by Renukoot Plant, given by the Ministry of Labor and Employment, Government of India. Vishwakarma Rashtriya Puraskar: Awarded to Five workmen of our smelter, Mr. Rajesh Pal, Mr. A.K. Gupta, Mr. R.K. Singh, Mr. H.N. Singh, & Mr. S.K. Singh, given by the Ministry of Labor and Employment, Government of India. National Energy Conservation 2005: Renukoot plant won the 1st Prize in Aluminium sector, given by Ministry of power, Government of India. ICWAI National Award for Excellence in Cost Management- 2005: Hindalco was awarded by Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India.
Hindalco Industries Limited, the metals flagship company of the Aditya BirlaGroup. So, the first description which comes is of the Aditya Birla Group.A US $28 billion corporation with a market cap of US $31.5 billion and in theleague of Fortune 500, the Aditya Birla Group is anchored by an extraordinaryforce of 100,000 employees, belonging to 25 different nationalities. In India, theGroup has been adjudged "The Best Employer in India and among the top 20 inAsia" by the Hewitt-Economic Times and Wall Street Journal Study 2007. Over 50per cent of its revenues flow from its overseas operations.The Group operates in 20 countries: India, Thailand, Laos, Indonesia, Philippines,Egypt, China, Canada, Australia, USA, UK, Germany, Hungary, Brazil, Italy, France,Luxembourg, Switzerland, Malaysia and Korea.Globally the Aditya Birla Group is::: A metals powerhouse, among the worlds most cost-efficient aluminium and copper producers. Hindalco-Novelis from its fold, is a Fortune 500 company. It is the largest aluminium rolling company. It is one of the three biggest producers of primary aluminium in Asia, with the largest single location copper smelter.:: No.1 in viscose staple fibre:: The fourth largest producer of insulators:: The fourth largest producer of carbon black:: The 11th largest cement producer globally:: Among the worlds top 15 BPO companies and among Indias top three:: Among the best energy efficient fertilizer plants
In India::: A premier branded garments player:: The second largest player in viscose filament yarn:: The second largest in the chlor-alkali sector:: Among the top five mobile telephonic companies:: A leading player in life insurance and asset management:: Among the top three supermarket chains in the retail businessRock solid in fundamentals, the Aditya Birla Group nurtures a culture wheresuccess does not come in the way of the need to keep learning afresh, to keepexperimenting.Beyond business — the Aditya Birla Group is::: Working in 3,700 villages:: Reaching out to seven million people annually through the Aditya Birla Centre for Community Initiatives and Rural Development, spearheaded by Mrs. Rajashree Birla:: Focusing on: health care, education, sustainable livelihood, infrastructure and espousing social causes:: Running 41 schools and 18 hospitalsTranscending the conventional barriers of business to send out a message that "We care". The worlds largest aluminium rolling company World leader in viscose staple fibre One of the biggest producers of primary aluminium in Asia
Fastest-growing copper company in Asia The Aditya Birla Group is the 11th largest cement producer in the world and the seventh largest in Asia Fourth largest producer of carbon black in the world Fourth largest producer of insulators in the worldSECTORS OF ADITYA BIRLA GROUP key products and Locations Capacities Country brandsHindalco Industries Ltd.Alumina Chemicals Renukoot (Uttar Pradesh), 1,160,000 tpa India Muri (Jharkhand), Belgaum (Karnataka)Primary Aluminium Renukoot, Hirakud 489,000 tpa (Orissa), *TalojaExtrusions Renukoot, Alupuram 27,700 tpaRolled products Belur(West Bengal), 200,000 tpa Taloja(Maharashtra), Renukoot, Mauda(Maharashtra)Wire rods Renukoot, 64,400 tpa Alupuram(Kerala)Aluminium foil Silvassa (Dadra & Nagar 11,000 tpa
Hindalco Industries Ltd. (Aditya Birla Minerals Resources Pty. Ltd.)copper cathodes Nifty mines 25,000 tpa Australiacopper in concentrate Mt. Gordon mines 40,000 tpa AustraliaPower Mt. Gordon mines 28mw Australia Key products and brands Capacities CountryGrasim Industries Ltd.white cement Birla White 475,000 tpa Indiagrey cement UltraTech 13.12 mtpa Cement (formerly Birla Plus), Birla SuperUltraTech Cement Ltd.ordinary Portland cement, 17 mtpaPortland blast furnace slagcement, Portland pozzolanacement and grey Portlandcement key products and brands Capacities CountryAditya Birla Nuvo Ltd (Hi-Tech Carbon)
carbon black Birla Carbon 230,000 mtpa IndiaThai Carbon Black Co. Ltd.carbon black Birla Carbon 220,000 mtpa ThailandAlexandria Carbon Co. S.A.Ecarbon black Birla Carbon 285,000 mtpa EgyptLiaoning Birla Carbon Co. Ltd.carbon black Birla Carbon 55,000 mtpa China key products and brands Capacities CountryPulpGrasim Industries Ltd.rayon grade pulp 70,000 tpa IndiaAV Cell Inc.softwood / hardwood pulp 122,500 tpa CanadaAV Nackawic Inc.dissolving pulp 189,000 tpa CanadaFibreGrasim Industries Ltd.viscose staple fibre Birla Viscose 270,100 tpa India(VSF)Thai Rayon Public Company Ltd.VSF Birla Viscose 110,000 tpa Thailand
PT Indo Bharat RayonVSF Birla Viscose 155,000 tpa IndonesiaThai Acrylic Fibreacrylic fibre Texlan 100,000 tpa ThailandAlexandria Fiber Company, S.A.Eacrylic fibre 18,000 tpa EgyptYarnAditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.viscose filament yarn Ray One 16,400 tpa IndiaAditya Birla Nuvo Ltd. (Jaya Shree Textiles)flax yarns 15,340 spindles Indiaworsted yarns 25,548 spindlesPT Indo Liberty Textilesrayon yarn, polyester, 45,120 ring spindles Indonesiablended yarnPT Elegant Textile Industryrayon, polyester, 168,088 spindles Indonesiarayon-polyesterblended spun yarnPT Sunrise Bumi Textilesviscose rayon, polyester viscose, spun 89,376 spindles Indonesiapolyester, polyester combed cotton, antipill yarn, sewing thread, high twist yarn,reverse twist yarn, flame retardant yarn,rayon cotton blended yarn, micro denierpolyester rayon yarn, rayon silk yarn, slubyarn, lycra core spun yarn
Indo Phil Acrylic Manufacturing Corporationhigh bulk acrylic dyed yarn, non-bulk 3,700 mtpa Philippinesacrylic dyed yarnIndo Phil Textiles Mills Incpoly viscose blended yarn, poly cotton 13,500 mtpa Philippinesblended yarn, polyester yarnIndo Phil Cotton Mills Inccotton yarn 10,000 mtpa PhilippinesIndo Thai Synthetics Co. Ltd.synthetic yarns 98,568 spindles ThailandFabricsGrasim Industries Ltd.fabric - polyester, viscose, silk and wool 146 looms IndiablendsUncrushables, Ice Touch, Purista, and 18 million metresCleanFabAditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.Pure Linen and Linen Linen Club 107 looms IndiaBlendsFlame Retardent PyroguardFabricsBranded apparelAditya Birla Nuvo Ltd. (Madura Garments)Ready-to-Wear Louis Philippe, IndiaGarments Allen Solly Van Heusen, Peter
England Key Products and Brands Capacities CountryIndo Gulf Fertilisers Ltd.Urea Birla Shaktiman 864,600 mt IndiaBirla Copper (Hindalco Industries Ltd.)DAP/NPK Birla Balwan 400,000 tpa Indiacomplexes Key Products and Brands Capacities CountryGrasim Industries Ltd.Caustic Soda 258,000 tpa IndiaAditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.Caustic Soda 82,125 tpa IndiaLiquid Chlorine 50,340 tpaHydrochloric Acid 5,475 tpaTanfac Industries Ltd.Aluminium Fluoride 17,000 tpa IndiaHydrofluoric Acid 17,000 tpaBihar Caustic and Chemicals Ltd.Caustic Soda Lye 92,750 mt India
Hydrogen Peroxide, Encare, 15,000 mtpa ThailandPeracetic Acid, Calcium Ecare,Peroxide Aqua-x, Birlox 5, Birlox 12, OcarePT. Indo Raya KimiaCarbon Disulfide 50,000 tpa Indonesia Key Products and Brands Capacities CountryEssel Mining & Industries LtdIron and Manganese Ore 15 million tons India Key Products and Brands Capacities CountryPan Century Surfactants Inc.Fatty Acids 55000 mtpa PhilippinesFatty Alcohol 30000 mtpaGlycerin 6500 mtpa Key Products and Brands Capacities CountryAditya Birla InsulatorsInsulators 38,800 tpa India
Key Products and Brands Capacities CountryPSI Data Systems Ltd. (subsidiary of Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.)IT solutions (banking, finance and Indiainsurance) Key Products and Brands Capacities CountryAditya Birla Minacs Worldwide Limited (subsidiary of Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.)BPO / ITES 9,089 seats India Key Products and Brands Capacities CountryBirla Global Finance Company Ltd.Financial Services IndiaBirla Sun Life Insurance Company Ltd.Insurance Solutions IndiaBirla Sun Life Asset Management Company Ltd.Mutual Funds IndiaBirla Sun Life Distribution Company Ltd.Investment Planning Services IndiaBirla Insurance Advisory Services Ltd.
Non-Life Insurance Advisory Services India Key Products and Brands Capacities CountryIdea CellularCellular Services Idea 21 million subscriber India base Key Products and Brands Capacities CountryAditya Birla Retail LimitedMulti-Format stores 170 retail outlets India HINDALCO INDUSTRIES LTD.Hindalco Industries Limited, the metals flagship company of the Aditya BirlaGroup, is an industry leader in aluminium and copper. A metals powerhouse with aconsolidated turnover in excess of US$ 14 billion, Hindalco is the worlds largestaluminium rolling company and one of the biggest producers of primaryaluminium in Asia. Its Copper smelter is the worlds largest custom smelter at asingle location.Established in 1958, Hindalco commissioned its aluminium facility at Renukoot inEastern U.P. in 1962. Later acquisitions and mergers, with Indal, Birla Copper andthe Nifty and Mt. Gordon copper mines in Australia, strengthened the companysposition in value-added alumina, aluminium and copper
products, with vertical integration through access to captive copper concentrates.In 2007, the acquisition of Novelis Inc. a world leader in aluminium rolling and canrecycling marked a significant milestone in the history of the aluminium industry inIndia. With Novelis under its fold Hindalco ranks among the global top fivealuminium majors, as an integrated producer with low-cost alumina andaluminium facilities combined with high-end rolling capabilities and a globalfootprint in 12 countries outside India. Its combined turnover of US$ 14 billion,places it in the Fortune 500 league.Hindalco in India enjoys a leadership position in Aluminium and Copper. TheCompanys aluminium units across the country encompass the entire gamut ofoperations from bauxite mining, alumina refining, aluminium smelting todownstream rolling, extrusions, foils and alloy wheels, along with captive powerplants and coal mines. The Birla Copper unit produces copper cathodes,continuous cast copper rods along with other by-products, including gold, silverand DAP fertilizers.All of Hindalcos units are ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001certified. The Renukoot and Taloja units have gone a step further with anIntegrated Management System (IMS), combining ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS18001 into one Business Excellence Model.The company has been accorded the Star Trading House status in India. Itsaluminium metal is accepted for delivery under the High Grade AluminiumContract on the LME (London Metal Exchange), while its copper quality standardsare also internationally recognized and registered on the LME withGrade “A” accreditation.AluminiumHindalco’s major products include Standard and Speciality Grade Aluminas &Hydrates, Aluminium Ingots, Billets, Wire Rods, Flat Rolled Products, Extrusions,Foil and Alloy Wheels.
The integrated facility at Renukoot, (Uttar Pradesh) houses anAlumina Refinery and an Aluminium Smelter along with facilitiesfor production of semi-fabricated products, namely, Redraw Rods,Flat Rolled Products and Extrusions. The plant is backed by a co-generation plant and a 742mw captive power plant at Renusagarto ensure continuous and consistent supply of power for smelterand other operations.The aluminium alloy wheels plant is located at Silvassa (Dadra and Nagar Haveli).Hindalco was among the first few alloy wheels companies to have obtained theISO/TS 16949 certification to meet the stringent standard of the automobileindustry.A strong presence across the value chain and synergies in operations has givenHindalco a major share of the domestic value-added products market. In India, thecompany enjoys a leadership position in Speciality Aluminas and Hydrates as wellas in Primary Aluminium and downstream semi-fabricated products. As a steptowards expanding the market for value-added products and services, Hindalcohas launched several brands in recent years. These include the Aura AluminiumAlloy Wheels for cars, Everlast Roofing Sheets and Freshwrapp and Freshpakkhousehold foil for packaging.Hindalcos Aluminium Galleries in Mumbai and Gurgaon showcase the versatility ofaluminium through a wide range of applications.Apart from being a major player in the domestic market, Hindalcos products arewell accepted in international markets. Exports account for more than 20 per centof total sales of aluminium products.Hindalco is a leading domestic player in two metals business segments —aluminium and copper.The aluminium divisions product range includes alumina chemicals, primaryaluminium ingots, billets, wire rods, rolled products, extrusions, foils and alloywheels.
The company has a significant market share in all the segments in which itoperates. It enjoys a domestic market share of 42 per cent in primary aluminium,63 per cent in rolled products, 20 per cent in extrusions, 44 per cent in foils and 31per cent in wheels.As a step towards expanding the market for value-added products and services,Hindalco has launched several brands in recent years, which include Aura for alloywheels, Freshwrapp for kitchen foil and Everlast for roofing sheets. Our exclusiveshowroom, The Aluminium Gallery, seeks to promote Hindalco products to itscustomers. It is a platform for the company to showcase quality products to aquality audience in an appropriate ambience. The exhibits include products likewindows, doors, furniture, ladder, roofing sheets and ceiling and cladding panels.Hindalcos products are well received not only in the domestic market, but also inthe international market. The companys metal is accepted for delivery under thehigh grade aluminium contract on the London Metal Exchange (LME). Thecompany exports about 17 per cent of its total sales volume of aluminium.The companys alumina chemical business is a leader in manufacturing andmarketing of speciality alumina and alumina hydrate products in the country. Ithas a major market share in the country. These speciality products find wide usagein diversified industries including water treatment chemicals, refractories,ceramics, cryolite, glass, fillers and plastics, conveyor belts and cables, amongothers. The company also exports these alumina chemicals to over 30 countriescovering North America, Western Europe and the Asian region.Birla Copper, Hindalcos copper division at Dahej in Gujarat, enjoys aleadership position in India, having built over 40 per cent of thedomestic market share within three years of its commissioning. It hasalso made successful forays into the export markets of the MiddleEast, Southeast Asia, China, Korea and Taiwan.The copper plant produces world-class copper cathodes, continuous cast copperrods and precious metals. Sulphuric acid, phosphoric acid, di-ammoniumphosphate, other phosphatic fertilizers and phospho-gypsum are also produced atthis plant.
Some recent milestones:: In May 2007, Novelis became a Hindalco subsidiary with the completion of the acquisition process. The transaction makes Hindalco the worlds largest aluminium rolling company and one of the biggest producers of primary aluminium in Asia, as well as being Indias leading copper producer.:: In May 2006, the company signed a MoU with the Government of Madhya Pradesh for setting up a Greenfield aluminium smelter and a captive power plant. The company also entered into a joint venture with Essar Power (M.P.) Ltd. to develop and operate coal mines at Mahan, Madhya Pradesh. The joint venture will supply coal to the proposed aluminium smelter and power complex in Madhya Pradesh:: In May 2006, the companys copper mining subsidiary Aditya Birla Minerals Limited (formerly Birla Mineral Resources Pty Ltd.) came out with an equity offering and subsequent listing on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX):: In March 2006, the company acquired an aluminium rolling mill and wire rods facility, from Asset Reconstruction Company (India) Limited (ARCIL), belonging to Pennar Aluminium Company Limited:: In January 2006, the company concluded 4:1 rights issue of its shares on partly paid basis. It was the largest ever rights issue in the history of corporate India and first one to issue partly paid instruments:: In September 2005, the company split its shares in ratio of 10:1 in order to enhance liquidity and to encourage participation from retail investors:: In April 2005, the company signed an MoUs to establish a world class integrated aluminium project in the state of Orissa I a f HINDALCO VISION“To strengthen our position as a premium aluminium company sustaining domesticleadership and global competitiveness through Innovation Quality and Value addedgrowth”
HINDALCO MISSION“To pursue the creation of value for our customers, shareholders, employees andsociety at large” QUALITY POLICY We, at Hindalco, shall aim to achieve and sustain excellence in all our activities. We are committed to total customer satisfaction by providing products and services, which meet or exceed the customer’s expectations. Modernization of the manufacturing facilities, stress on technological innovation and training of employees at all levels shall be a continuous process in Hindalco. A motivated workforce with a sense of pride in the Organization shall lead us towards total Quality.HINDALCO PRODUCT RANGE1. 2. 3.
CHAPTER II – FLAT ROLLED PRODUCTS (FRPs)Hindalco is the worlds largest aluminium rolling companywith the acquisition of Novelis, the global leader in value-added high-end aluminium flat rolled products andaluminium can recycling. The combined volume of sales offlat rolled products in the world market is about 3 milliontonnes and the market share is more than 20 per cent. Hindalco is now world No.1 inHindalco is the largest manufacturer of the entire range of aluminium flatflat rolled products in India. It enjoys nearly 60 per cent of rolled productsmarket share and its rolled products are widely used invarious segments such as packaging, transportation, building and construction,electrical, defence and general engineering applications.The companys commitment to quality and service along with its extensiveinfrastructure has made Hindalco a prime source for best-selling brands.Continuous improvements in manufacturing, processes, practices and systemsensure that customers needs and expectations are fully met.Efficiency and product quality are ensured by using state-of-the-art equipment anda strong research and development set-up, supported by dedicated and motivatedemployees and the Oracle ERP system. Wagstaff Air Slip™ slab casting technologyis used to ensure consistent quality and surface finish of stock feed which in turnensures quality finished products. The companys capacity in flat rolled products atpresent is 2,00,000 tonnes per annum and new plans are being implemented toincrease the manufacturing capacity. Of the total production of Hindalcos flat rolled products, around 40 per cent is exported and customers in more than 50 countries are using the products. Everlast, a Hindalco brand for aluminium roofing sheets,offers ideal and economical solutions for all roofing and cladding needs. Colour-coated and tiled roofing profiles are also offered by Hindalco.
II.1 Basically, there are three kinds of Flat Rolled Products (FRPs) which is beingexported by Hindalco i.e., 1. Cold rolled Coils 2. Cold rolled Sheets 3. CirclesHindalcos cold rolled coils are precision-finished to matchinternational standards. They have good shape, hightolerance, versatility and blemish-free surfaces. They areused in commercial and general engineering applicationssuch as bus bodies, cladding and fan blades.The company meets the demands of its ever-growing clientele with continuousupgrades and process improvement.Hindalcos cold rolled sheets are precision-finished to matchinternational standards for tight thickness, tolerance,flatness and dimensional accuracy. Sound metallurgicalproperties for further fabrication, anodizing characteristicsand a blemish-free surface make it useful in bothcommercial and general engineering applications.
Hindalco offers circles, also known as flat circular sheets, ina variety of diameters and thickness to meet specific needs.Extensively used in the manufacture of pressure cookers,non-stick cookware, coated cookware, cans, etc they haveearned the trust of many leading brands.Continuous upgrades and improvement of processes enable the company to keeppace with the demands of its ever-growing clientele.II.2 Rolled Product Applications Al-clad sheets / coils :: Automobile radiators, inter-coolers, air conditioners Building sheets :: Cladding for roofs and walls :: Industrial buildings, warehouses, aircraft hangers :: Indoor and outdoor stadiums :: Insulation and protection of fuel storage tanks and industrial boilers :: Wall panels for high-rise buildings :: Residential roofing :: Roof-on-roof roofing :: Exhibition pavilions :: Poultry farms Cablewrap stock :: Telecom cables
Circles:: Pressure cookers, non-stick cookware and hard anodised cookware:: Milk cans:: Medical cylinders Closure stock:: Pilfer-proof caps:: Vial seals:: Cream containers and caps Cold rolled coils:: Bus cabins and bodies:: Insulation:: Cladding in buildings, aluminium composite panels, false ceilings and panelling (plain or colour-coated coils):: Electrical busbar ducting, flexibles, transformer strips, etc Cold rolled sheets:: Defence:: Industrial engineering:: Transport — road, rail, air, marine
:: Building and construction:: Fan blades:: Electrical engineering Finstock:: Air conditioners:: Car radiators:: Automobile heat exchangers Flooring sheets / tread plates:: Flooring for buses, trucks and rail coaches:: Floors for loading bays, kick plates, stair treads and catwalks Foil stock:: Pharma / confectioneries / cigarette foils:: Foils:: Tetrapacks Lampcap stock:: GLS lamps and tube lights
A PROCESS ON SELECTION , TRAINING AND PLACEMENT OFTRADE APPRENTICES , TECHNICIAN APPRENTICES , GRADUATE ENGINEERS.
THE PROCESS1. SELECTION PROCEDURE A. Advertisement :- Prior to one month of due date of engagement of apprentices internal advertisement to be released through exihibits on notice board at important places. Candidates are to be adviced to apply in the prescribed manner or format. Also requirements can be sent to polytechnic institute in U.P. B. SCREENING OF APPLICATIONS :- I.T.I. Diploma holders and graduate engineers in their respective engineers in their respective disciplines should have scored minimum 70
% marks in their final examination. candidate should have passed the examination ( full time ) in the current year or maximum one year earlier from reputed institutes. For employee childrens , minimum qualifying marks can be releaxed by Age limit :- The maximum age limit for I.T.I. , DIPLOMA and ENGINEERING DEGREE holder shall be 21 , 22 , and 23 years respectively.C. WRITTEN TEST :- All categories have to attend the written test , personnel department have notify the list of shortlisted candidate with their roll numbers for written test .maximum written test marks will be 100. And pass marks is 50 marks . written test monitoring committees to be constituted as under :- DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE 1. ELECITRICAL INSTRUMENTATION ELECTRONICS. Competent 2. MECHANICAL. Persons to be nominated by HOD. CHEMICAL METALLURGY PRODUCTION ENGG.
3. CIVIL Competent person to be nominated by HOD. 4. GENERAL Dy. Managers and above upto Gen. Manager of commercial departments. Competent person to be nominated by the HOD.Like this four committees to be constituted comprising of four persons ofprescribed level and of required discipline. The committee will frame threesets of question papers with answers of each discipline and hand over onlyquestion paper sets to General Manager (Trng.) who will organize the writtentest. General Manager (Training) will code number the answer sheet inrespect to candidates and send those to concerned committee member forevaluation. The committee member will send the evaluated answer sheetsback to General Manager (Training) who will in turn make out the list ofcandidates with their names, discipline and marks obtained in the writtentest and pass on to Personal Department along with the answer sheets sothat the answer sheets with names of the candidates are available to oralinterview board members for true assessment of the candidate in the oral
interview. Once the oral interview is over, answer sheets should be returned back to General Manager (Training).D. Oral Interview Candidates qualified through passed in the written test are to appear in the oral interview. Maximum marks = 50, Pass Mark = 25E. Formation of Interview Boards The interview board will be constituted by Personnel & Industrial Relation Department. It shall consist of : i. Members of Superintendent to G.M Level ii. Representative from all the plants and disciplines. iii. Also members of written test Committee. Personnel department to request sectional GMs/HODs for nominating members of above category to constitute the interview committees.F. INTERVIEW The whole process of interview shall be organized by personnel andindustrial department inclusive of informing the eligible candidates befpre tendays of the due date of interview through display on the personal departmentnotice board.i). All interview members shall be provided with tabulated sheet with columns togive marks.ii).Final report to be prepared by IRO as per format given below: FINAL RESULTShortlisting of the candidate based on the oral interview to be drawn updepending on the number of interview board members awarding pass mark to acandidate.G. FINAL LIST OF CANDIDATE :
Merit list of different categories, discipline wise is to be drawn up based on thetotal of percentage of theory marks of the initial qualifying examination of theInstitution, percentage of marks in the written test and average percentage of andmarks scored in the oral interview.H. CATEGORISATION OF CANDIDATES : Category – A - 60% and more marks in written test. - 50% and more marks in theory papers of qualifying examination of the institution. - 60% and more average marks in the oral interview provided all the interview board members have awarded pass mark. Category- B - 50-59% marks in the written test. - 40-49% marks in theory papers of qualifying examination of the institute. - Minimum 50% average marks awarded by two-third of the interview board members. 2. INPLANT ENGAGEMENT:- a) ENGAGEMENT OF APPRENTICES: Trade Apprentices, Technician Apprentices and Graduate Engineers will beengaged for one year ( or as required under the statute) in plant training and onlythose number of selected candidates will be engaged as prescribed by thePrincipal, Industrial Training Institute and Apprenticeship Advisor. b) DEPUTING APPRENTICES IN DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS: Purely as per the ratio prescribed in the Apprentices Act, 1961 for differenttrades, disciplines as per the strength of skilled workmen and technical staff. ‘A’and ‘B’ grade candidates are to be suited placed as per requirement of differentdepartments.3. TRAINING OF APPRENTICES:a) INDUCTION PROGRAMME:-
Once the apprentices are engaged, arrangement is to be made by GeneralManager (P&IR) and General Manager (Training) for conducting general inductionprogrammed of the apprentices:-Trade Apprentices ... 6 days-Technical Apprentices and Graduate Engineers … 12 daysb) MENTORING FOR APPRENTICES:Before deputing apprentices in different departments, the concerned DepartmentHead/ General Manager of the Section/ Department have to identify a mentorwho has to act as training guides for the apprentices. Basically the mentor shouldbe of same section/ Department to whom the apprentices should be reporting andthe mentor is solely responsible for training of the apprentices. The mentor-apprentices ratio shall be in the following manner :- # For Trade Apprentices:- 1:5 #For Technician & Graduate Engineers Apprentices:-1:3c) LEVEL OF MENTORS:- For Trade Apprentices: Mentor should be a General Foremen/ Assistant Engineering back ground. For technical apprentices & graduate engineers: Mentor should be minimum superintendent with engineering background.d). JOB TRAINING AND CLASS ROOM TRAINING :- Basically the apprentices are to undergo job training & also to attend theory classes. It is the responsibility of the mentors to prepare training module for their own apprentices (mentees) in consultation with their sectional General Manager/Department Head before apprentices are deputed in their department & earmarked for the mentors. The training module copy should be made available to the apprentices for their guidance. E. MAINTENANCE OF TRAINING DIARY BY THE APPRENTICES:-
It is compulsory for every apprentice to maintain training diary in which heshould write down aspects of his training in detail. He should present his diaryonce in a week to his mentor for his correction, verification & remarks.Also, it is the responsibility of the apprentices to present their diary to theirSectional General Manager /Department Head once in a month for theirperusal. Diary should be provided by the personnel Department.4. PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT:a) TRAINING ASSESSMENT OF APPRENTICES:Training of all apprentices are to be assessed on monthly & quarterly basis.Assessment report to be prepared by the concerned mentor in the prescribedformat (enclosed). A committee consisting of the mentor & two otheremployees of mentor’s status can conduct interview of the apprentices & assesstheir performance. The committee members should write their assessmentremarks in the apprentice’s diaries for the knowledge of apprentices.The quarterly assessment reports with the signature of sectional generalManagion er/Department Head should be sent to Personnel Department fortheir record.b) ROTATION OF APPRENTICES:The apprentices can be rotated maximum in four section of the samedepartments. In that case their mentors should not change and also thequarterly assessment committee can be constituted of persons of such sections.C). CAREGORISATION OF APPRENTICES DURING THEIR TRAINING AND AFTER:Apprentices securing 60% and above in the quarterly assessment are to begraded as ‘A’ and between 50% and 59% to be graded as ‘B’.
The person securing ‘A’ grade on the basis of his performance in the selection process and ‘B’ grade during training & vice versa , will be assessed separately by a committee comprising of technical experts.5. RECRUITMENT (PERMANENT) :- A) PLACEMENT OF APPRENTICES :- It is the responsibility of plant head and personnel departments to organize and train to the apprentices so as to make them suitable for consideration for employment against badly and permanent vacancies. Any apprentice , only after nine month of training (after three quarterly assessments ) can be considered for interview in respect of vacancies in badli cadre for trade apprentices and engineer for graduate engineers . apprentice can be preferred comparission to other freshers for employment. ‘A’ category apprentices will enjoy preference over ‘B’ category apprentices for consideration for employment. For the placement of apprentices , preference will be given in respect to employee (employee’s son / near relations) whose one son/ near relations is atleast employed in HINDALCO. B. PLACEMENT INTERVIEW :- TECHNICIAN APPRENTICES AND GRADUATE ENGINEERS :- Interview committee to be constituted with superintendents upto chiefengineers. TRADE APPRENTICES :- Interview committee to to be constituted with superintendents upto chiefengineers.
C. PERIOD OF PROBATION :- Technician’s apprentices (diploma holders) and graduate engineerapprentices will have 18 months and 12 months probation period respectively.Assessments during the probation period and confirmation interview are to betaken up in the same way like that of regular Probationary Foreman and GraduateEngineer Trainee. D. APPRENTICE COMMITTEE:- It is comprised of Shri. , G.M. (P & IR),Shri ,nominated asTraining Manager under Apprentice Act and Shri. Sr. Manager (HRD). Any,suggestion or dispute related to selection, Training & Placement of Trade,Technician and Graduate Engineers apprentices shall be reffered to the saidcommittee.
HINDALCO INDUSTRIES LIMITED, RENUKOOT, SONEBHADRA MONTHLY PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT REPORT (For Trade, Technical and Graduate Engineer Apprentices) Engaged under, Apprentices Act, 1961NAME: - DATE:-TRADE/TECHNICIAN/G>E>APPRENTICES DEPARTMENT/SECTIONDISCIPLINE:-ASSESSMENT PERIOD: FROM ________________ TO __________________ATTRIBUTES RATING1. JOB KNOWLEDGE A B C2. APTITUDE FOR LEARNING A B C3. TEAM WORK & A B C INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP4. WILLINGNESS TO LEARN A B C FOR SELF DEVELOPMENT5. WORK PLANNING & A B C ORGANISING6. SENSE OF BELONGINGNESS A B C7. COMMUNICATION SKILL A B C8. REGULARITY IN A B C ATTENDANCE9. INITIATIVE TO DO WORK BY A B C HAND10. COST CONSCIOUSNESS A B CANY OTHER POINT TO BE HIGHLIGHTED: SIGNATURE OF MENTORNOTE: PLEASE TICK MARK RATING ALONG DIFFERENT ATTRIBUTES A=10; B=6; C=3Scoring 60 and above can be considered as ‘A’ grade performer 40 to 59 as ‘B’grade performer.We request you to please send us this performance assessment report latest by _________________. Personnel Officers
HINDALCO INDUSTRIES LIMITED, RENUKOOT, SONEBHADRA QUARTELY PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT REPORT (For Trade, Technical and Graduate Engineer Apprentices) Engaged under, Apprentices Act, 1961NAME: - DATE:-TRADE/TECHNICIAN/G>E>APPRENTICES DEPARTMENT/SECTIONDISCIPLINE:-ASSESSMENT PERIOD: FROM ________________ TO __________________ QUARTER: FIRST/SECOND/THIRD/FOURTHATTRIBUTES RATING1. JOB KNOWLEDGE A B C2. APTITUDE FOR LEARNING A B C3. COST CONCIOUSNESS A B C4. COMMUNICATION SKILL A B C5. TEAM WORK A B C6. SENSE OF BELONGINGNESS A B C7. REGULARITY IN A B C ATTENDANCE8. PUNCTUALITY A B C9. DISCIPLINE A B C10. HUMAN RELATION SKILL A B CANY OTHER POINT TO BE HIGHLIGHTED:SIGNATURE OF SIGNATURE OF SIGNATURE OFMENTOR COMMITTEE MEMBER(S) DEPARTMENTAL HEADNOTE: PLEASE TICK MARK RATING ALONG DIFFERENT ATTRIBUTES A=10; B=6; C=3
Scoring 60 and above can be considered as ‘A’ grade performer 40 to 59 as ‘B’grade performer.We request you to please send us this performance assessment report latest by _________________. Personnel Officers. RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION GUIDELINES ( FOR MANAGERIAL CADRE )