1
By:
Ravi Kant Shukla
Flow of Presentation
2
 1. FMCG
 2. IT &ITES
 3. Oil & Gas
(i) Industry Overview
(ii) Growth Drivers
(iii) HR challenge...
FMCG
3
Industry Overview
 FMCG sector deals with FMCG products or ‘Fast Moving
Consumer Goods’
 FMCG products sold quickly and ...
Industry Overview
Four main segment
FMCG
House hold
care
Personal
care
Food and
beverage
Health
care
Fabric
wash,
Househol...
Fourth largest sector in Indian
economy
Indian FMCG sector(USD
billion)
chocolate (USD Billion)
Personal Care (USD
Billion...
Strong growth in the Indian FMCG
sector
15.7
17.8
21.3
24.2
30.2
34.8
36.8
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
2006 2007 2008 2009 20...
Market Break up By Revenue
 Food products
and personal
care together
make up two
third of the total
revenue.
43%
22%
12%
...
Growth driver of FMCG sector in India
Rise of rural
consumers
Growing popularity of
organized retail
FDI support
Governmen...
HCM
 Makes, Enhance, Manages and Develops
human element of the enterprise
 Resourcefulness in terms of
talent, abilities...
HR Challenges and Solution in FMCG
11
High Performance Work
System
Culture and Change
Management
Hiring Qualified
Candidat...
IT & ITES
12
Introduction
 Study design development
implementation support
management of computer based
information system particularl...
INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
Strong growth
opportunities
Leading
sourcing
destination
Largest pool of
ready to hire
talent
Most lucr...
Segment of India’s IT Sector
 Revenues from
Export:
 IT services 78%
 BPM 85%
 Software 79%
13.3
17.9
20.9
56.3
0
10
2...
Key Growth Drivers
Talent
Pool
Domest
ic
Growth
Infrastr
ucture
Policy
Support
Global
Demand
16
HR Challenges and Solutions
17
Attracting Talent
Training and
Development
Compensation
Employee Retention
Compensation and...
OIL & GAS INDUSTRIES
18
Industry Overview
 559 MT ,expected to reach 1400MT
by 2035
 Primary energy consumption doubled
by 2035
 4 mbpd by 2016...
Industry Overview
 5.6 billion barrel of proven oil reserve
 .8 mbpd average oil production
 1330 bcm gas reserve, 47.6...
HR Challenges and Solution
21
High Demand For
Manpower
RPO
Generation Gap Behavioral Training
Compensation Competency Base...
22
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  1. 1. 1 By: Ravi Kant Shukla
  2. 2. Flow of Presentation 2  1. FMCG  2. IT &ITES  3. Oil & Gas (i) Industry Overview (ii) Growth Drivers (iii) HR challenges and solution
  3. 3. FMCG 3
  4. 4. Industry Overview  FMCG sector deals with FMCG products or ‘Fast Moving Consumer Goods’  FMCG products sold quickly and relatively low cost .  Low margin high volume products  More than 3 million employment provider 4
  5. 5. Industry Overview Four main segment FMCG House hold care Personal care Food and beverage Health care Fabric wash, Household cleaners etc Oral care, hair care, skin care, cosmetics/de odorant etc Health beverage ,chocolate, biscuits etc OTC products 5
  6. 6. Fourth largest sector in Indian economy Indian FMCG sector(USD billion) chocolate (USD Billion) Personal Care (USD Billion) 1 8.6 36.8 6 Food Products(USD Billion) 16
  7. 7. Strong growth in the Indian FMCG sector 15.7 17.8 21.3 24.2 30.2 34.8 36.8 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Trend in FMCG revenue over the year (USD billion)  In 2012 , 36.8 billion USD  By 2018, 74 billion USD 7
  8. 8. Market Break up By Revenue  Food products and personal care together make up two third of the total revenue. 43% 22% 12% 8% 4% 4% 2% 5% Food Products Personal Care Fabric Care Hair Care House Hold Otc Product Baby Care Others 8
  9. 9. Growth driver of FMCG sector in India Rise of rural consumers Growing popularity of organized retail FDI support Government’s pro- industry policies Increasing per capita income of urban and rural population 9
  10. 10. HCM  Makes, Enhance, Manages and Develops human element of the enterprise  Resourcefulness in terms of talent, abilities, total skill, knowledge and potentiality  Effectively deal with external environment  Strategies through HR planning, employment, appraisal and rewarding 10
  11. 11. HR Challenges and Solution in FMCG 11 High Performance Work System Culture and Change Management Hiring Qualified Candidates Recruitment Process Outsourcing Training, Mentoring and Counseling Personality Assessment Compensation and benefit Profit Linked Incentive
  12. 12. IT & ITES 12
  13. 13. Introduction  Study design development implementation support management of computer based information system particularly software’s application and computer hardware : (ITAA)  Outsourcing of processes that can be enabled with IT and covers divers areas  Finance, HR, Administration etc IT ITES 13
  14. 14. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW Strong growth opportunities Leading sourcing destination Largest pool of ready to hire talent Most lucrative sector for investments • Market size 108 billion USD •CAGR 9.5%, 300 billion USD by 2020 • CAGR 25% , 2000-13 •World largest sourcing destination , •52% of global market •3-4 times cheaper than US countries• •Highly qualified pool of technical graduates •Facilitating its emergence as preferred destination for outsourcing •The sector ranks fourth in India’s total FDI share •Accounts for approximately 37 per cent of total Private Equity and Venture investments 14
  15. 15. Segment of India’s IT Sector  Revenues from Export:  IT services 78%  BPM 85%  Software 79% 13.3 17.9 20.9 56.3 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Hardware Softwares BPM IT Services In billion USD 15
  16. 16. Key Growth Drivers Talent Pool Domest ic Growth Infrastr ucture Policy Support Global Demand 16
  17. 17. HR Challenges and Solutions 17 Attracting Talent Training and Development Compensation Employee Retention Compensation and benefit management Employee Engagement service Organizational Development Recruitment Process Outsourcing
  18. 18. OIL & GAS INDUSTRIES 18
  19. 19. Industry Overview  559 MT ,expected to reach 1400MT by 2035  Primary energy consumption doubled by 2035  4 mbpd by 2016 , CAGR 3.2 %  ¼ total LNG demand,  expected to be doubled over the next five years World Fourth Largest Energy Consumer Fourth Largest Consumer of Oil and petroleum Products Six Largest LNG Importer in 2011 19
  20. 20. Industry Overview  5.6 billion barrel of proven oil reserve  .8 mbpd average oil production  1330 bcm gas reserve, 47.6 bcm produced in 2012  Dominated by ONGC in upstream segment , IOCL in mid and down stream  Import accounted for 81% demand  Domestic Production expected to increase 1mbpd by 2016  1631000 meters of wells explored , 756 wells drilled 20
  21. 21. HR Challenges and Solution 21 High Demand For Manpower RPO Generation Gap Behavioral Training Compensation Competency Based Incentive Leadership Crisis Developmental Program
  22. 22. 22

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