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Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd

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Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd

  1. 1. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 Name: Soumya De Course: PGDM Year: 2007 –2009
  2. 2. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 S.NO TOPICS P.NO. 1 Preface i 2 Acknowledgement ii 3 Certificate iii 4 Executive Summary iv 5 Overview Of Everest Industries Ltd. 1 6 Overview Of The Project 2 7 A Detailed Over View Of The Organization 3 7.1 Profile 3 7.2 Vision 3 7.3 Mission 3 7.4 Background 3 7.5 Organizational Grade Structure 5 7.6 Board Members 5 7.7 Presence Of Everest In INDIA 6 7.8 Everest Growth Path 7 7.9 Zonal Offices & Production Units Map 8 710 Factories 9 7.11 Offices 9 7.12 Sales Depots 9 7.13 Production Facilities 11 8 Organization Chart For 3D Center 17 9 Product Range 18
  3. 3. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 S.NO TOPICS P.NO. 10 About the Products 20 11 Financials 20 12 Increase In Capital 21 13 Recent Developments 21 13.1 Everest Solid Walls 21 13.2 Bhagwanpur Works, Uttarakhand 21 14 Management Discussion And Analysis Report 21 14.1 Highlights Of Performance/Events 21 14.2 Industry Structure And Development 22 14.3 Industry Outlook & Opportunities 22 14.4 Industry – Threats, Risks and Concerns 23 14.5 Costs and Profitability 24 14.6 Internal Control System & Adequacy 24 14.7 Human Resources 24 14.8 Cautionary Statement 24 14.9 Recreation For Employees 25 15 A Detailed Over View Of The Project 26 15.1 Introduction 26 15.2 Creator Of Intranet & Software used 26 15.3 Hosting & Maintenance of Intranet 27 15.4 Features Of Intranet Of Everest 27 15.5 Work Done By OLIVE GLOBAL 28 15.6 Hurdles faced & Methodologies followed to overcome them 28 15.7 The First Presentation Of The Project 29 15.8 The changes done after getting feedback 29 15.9 The Second Presentation Of The Project 30
  4. 4. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 S.NO TOPICS P.NO. 15.10 The Process Followed for Changes After the Feedback of Second Presentation 31 15.11 The Methodology Followed During The Creation Of Soft Copies 31 15.12 Creativity Used During The Project In Intranet 32 15.13 Final Official Launch 32 15.14 Presentation Done 32 15.15 Training Session 32 16 Limitations Of The System 33 17 Recommendation For Success Of The Project 34 18 Annexure 35 18.1 Annexure-1 35 18.2 Annexure-2 36 18.3 Annexure-3 37 18.4 Annexure-4 38 18.5 Annexure-5 39 18.6 Annexure-6 40 18.7 Annexure-7 ( Presentation Made ) 41 18.8 Annexure-8 (Animated Interactive Quiz Made) 73 19 Bibliography 89
  5. 5. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 i Preface Management is the art & science of planning, directing, and controlling human efforts so that the established objectives of an organization are accomplished in accordance with the accepted policies. The course of PGDM enables us to go through a project work for eight weeks so as to take us closer to the practical aspects of all the theories we have been going through. Practical training is considered to be an essential part of all professional courses and those who are aspiring for specialization in IT, practical training at the work place is essential for them. I carried out the project work in EVEREST INDUSTRIES LIMITED for the „Deployment Of Intranet‟. This is a web based application and database which can be accessed by all the employees at all the location just by using a login ID and password. This is a live project of Intranet. This is a very dynamic and user friendly & attractive system. Every care has been taken so that no stone is unturned so as to make the system presentable in its first phase of launch. This report includes details of information about company profile, Intranet of Everest, process of Intranet deployment and conclusion
  6. 6. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 ii Acknowledgement “Life is nothing but a learning process” “Whatever we do and achieve during the course of our limited lifetime is just not done by our own effort but there is always some amount of hard effort contributed by other people associated with it directly or indirectly, knowingly or unknowingly.” So I thank all those people who contributed to this project from the very beginning till its successful completion. I thank to Mr. B. Ram Mohan VP (HR) of Everest Industries Limited for allowing me to undertake the summer project that has certainly enriched my experience in the Head office of the Everest Industries Limited I also thank Mr. Sunil Kumar Sharma (Manager Administration) for his unstinted support and untiring guidance throughout the project. In this chain I would be immensely thankful and convey my sincere gratitude to Mr. Somraj Dey (Asst. Manager, HR), Mr. U.Rastogi (V.P, I.T.), Mr.V.Hari (Manager, I.T.), Mr.Abhishek (Server Administrator) for the enlightening guidance, constant inspiration and keen interest shown on me during the execution of the project. In addition I would also remain grateful to our esteemed teacher and guide Miss. Sunita Shukla to initiate this summer project and give me a better scope to enhance my professional attitude and skills. I also want to thank the employees of Finance department, Marketing department, IT and the HR department of the company for helping me in various ways, from the beginning till the completion of this project.
  7. 7. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 iii Certificate This is to certify that the entire project entitled „DEPLOYMENT OF INTRANET‟ has been undertaken by Soumya De, under the guidance of Mr.B.R.Mohan (V.P., H.R.) Everest Industries Limited, New Delhi. The project has been accomplished as a part of Summer Internship for the partial fulfillment of the degree of Post Graduate Diploma In Management. Mr.B.R.Mohan Vice President Human Resource
  8. 8. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 iv Executive Summary This project is an attempt to Deploy Intranet for the very first time in the organization of Everest Industries Ltd.This is a live project of Everest Industries Ltd. The project was undertaken with the objective to make the work environment of the company paper free and also to make the environment for the employees full of fun, energy and information. This project helped me to understand the skills of management and also to realize the core importance and responsibilities of an administrator of such kind of live project. The one of the major objective was to keep in contact with those employees who are out for marketing. This will not only help the people of Head Office to get the latest news and update, circulars, Notice etc., however this will be also utilized sensibly at other centers as well like zonal offices, sales depot, and factories. During the period of project I was involved in the identification of the measurable attribute such as the data which can be updated as dynamic data and the data which required to be made as static pages. During the complete duration of the project I was always helping the development and designing team of the Olive Global (Software Development Company). I was very vigilant during the complete process of development so as reduce the errors at the user interface which would be shown as output on the screen. I was the System Administrator so I was responsible for all the dynamic updates of „Thought of the Day‟, News, Circulars, Picture Gallery, New Joinees etc... This project was not an easy task. However with the help and support of our honorable Mr.B Ram Mohan ( V.P. HR), Mr.Sunil Kumar Sharma ( Manager Administration) and all the employees of Finance department, Marketing department , IT and the HR department of the company from the beginning till the end and hence the project was successfully completed.
  9. 9. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 1 - Overview Of Everest Industries Ltd. Everest is having the biggest and fastest growing sector of the Indian economy Housing and industrial sector Rural sector Everest today understands the bottom of Indian pyramid thorough a vast all India sales and distribution network. Millions of Indian families are sheltered by Everest Roofing. Everest has transformed from a roofing products company into an organization which offers range of solutions for all building construction needs. Today India is in a hurry To build rapidly To grow faster To become stronger and Everest caters to that commitment Everest today has Sales of 303 cr. ($75m) 5 major production facilities 1100 employees Over 3000 retail points Fast growing export market in Europe, Africa, Australia & Asia
  10. 10. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 2 - Overview Of The Project This project is about Deployment of Intranet with the help of a web application so that it can be accessed from any anywhere by the Everest Employee using a password and a Login ID. This organization is almost a 80 years old organization. It has seen the all the good and bad times during its growth till this stage. Now so as to compete well in his cut throat competition we need to make the work process and environment much more comfortable in terms of work process and methodology. So it has been decided that the organization would go for deployment of intranet so as to make the work environment paper free. Maximum information and data that needs to be known by all the employees would be uploaded on the intranet. No one will even miss a single announcement and circular even if at that point of time that employee is not available at the office. The current trend, latest news, events etc would be uploaded on the intranet and can be shared among all the employees at all different locations and zonal offices. It has few interesting features like BLOGS where the employees can upload the feedbacks, there is a list of annual holidays for all the regions, the list of birthday of different employees is also displayed for different locations etc. This needs to be developed in such a manner so that this can be utilized by either new joiners or summer trainees at the time of understanding the organization and its processes. The development of the framework for the Intranet has been given to a very reputed and well known software organization OLIVEGLOBAL. All the front end and back end has been designed by them. The system was under testing for about one month before it was handed over to Everest for final usage. In this project my core job was to handle the data and look after the proper installation of the system. The second most important function was to take care of the proper updation of the news, circular, notice etc. Apart from all these I was also responsible to make the employees understand what is Intranet and why is it useful?
  11. 11. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 3 - A Detailed Over View Of The Organization Profile Everest Industries Limited, an IS/ISO 9001:2000 company has an established presence over 74 years with 5 manufacturing plants and wide dealers/distribution network all over India. Everest Industries Limited offers a versatile and wide range of products covering Fiber cemented products to designing, manufacturing and erection of Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings. Everest has generated enormous confidence and goodwill amongst its customers both in India and abroad for the high quality standards of its products and solutions. Vision Everest will be the deepest penetrated housing and building solution provider to deliver strength, speed and safety to its customers in all its target markets. Mission Our mission is to achieve a sales turnover of Rs 1,000/- crores with a net profit of Rs 100 crores by 2010-11. Everest has launched it self in new way as Everest Steel Building Solutions. It almost one year old. The main aim of this is to provide Strength, Speed & Safety. Background Everest Industries Ltd., formerly known as Eternit Everest commenced business by taking over, as a growing concern, the erstwhile Asbestos Cement (India) at Kymore, Madhya Pradesh. The company manufactures fibre based cement products,such as sheets for roofing and interiors as well as Non Asbestos flat sheets for varied applications including pre-fab housing. The company was the first to manufacture asbestos cement roofing sheets in India at its first factory commissioned in May '34. Its manufacturing business was progressively expanded by establishing a second sheeting factory at Mulund, Bombay, in 1937, a third one at Calcutta in Oct.'38 and a fourth at Podanur (near Coimbatore), Tamilnadu, in Nov.'53. In Sep.'57, a another sheeting plant was installed at the Kymore factory. Plants to manufacture pipes were added between 1938 and 1963.
  12. 12. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 4 - Its "Everest" brand enjoys huge brand equity. Besides roofing, the company has introduced a range of new generation products called E-Board Classic for varied applications in interiors. In 1988-89, Turner & Newall International, UK, sold its stake in the company to Eteroutremer, Belgium, the holding company of the Eternit group, Belgium. It obtained central government approval to shift part of the production capacity of the Mulund works to Nasik and to shift the balance capacity within one year from the date of commissioning of the factory at Nasik. The company is venturing into non-asbestos-based roofing and paneling products. In addition to the fire-resistant boards being developed with the active assistance of the Etex group, the company has also initiated the introduction of passive fire protection systems with technical support from an Etex group company. It has obtained ISO-9002 and ISO 14001 certification for its Podanur works. The Etex Group, through its subsidiary Nefibouw BV of Netherlands acquired during 2000- 2001, 0.54% of equity shares from the open market to take the Group's stake to 50%. In Feb. 2002 Associated Cement Companies, has acquired 74,00,010 equity shares (constituting 50% of the total equity capital) by Inter se transfer between promoters. Total shareholding of voting rights after this acquisition comes to 1,12,50,030 equity shares (constituting 76.01 % of the total equity capital of the company). The company is Modernizing its Podanur, Kymore and Kolkata works and the these projects have been completed. The company has expanded the increased capacity of Fiber Cement/Asbestos Cement products during the financial year 2002-03 by 72000 MT and with this expansion; the total capacity has risen to 360000 MT. ACC is holding 76.01% stake in Everest Industries as on 31.03.2004. Adani Port Infrastructure Ltd and Accurate Finstock Pvt Ltd have announced an open offer to acquire 20% stake in Everest Industries during April 2004.The open offer follows the agreement entered into by Swiss based Holcim which has signed a pact with Adani Ports to offload ACC's present stake of 76.01% in Everest Industries.
  13. 13. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 5 - Organizational Grade Structure Top Management TM-3 PRESIDENT TM-2 SR.VICE PRESIDENT TM-1 VICE PRESIDENT Middle Management E-5 GENERAL MANAGER E-4 DY.GENERAL MANAGER E-3 MANAGER E-2 DY.MANAGER E-1 ASST.MANAGER General Grades M-3 SR.OFFICER M-2 OFFICER M-1 JR.OFFICER M ASST. OFFICER Board Members Particulars Designation Category Qualifications Functional areas M. L. Gupta Managing Director Executive B. Tech (Hons) Technical / General Management Manish Sanghi Whole time Director Executive Director B.E. (Mech.), PGDM (IIM) General Management A. V. Somani Director Promoter Director M.Com, MBA Business Management Sandeep Junnarkar Director Professional Independent LLB, Solicitor Banking, Corporate, Exchange Control & Securities Laws Mohanlal Bhandari Director Professional Independent B.Com, FCA Finance, Accounts & Taxation Y.S.Rao Executive Director Executive Director B.Sc (Engg) Mechanical Manufacturing Operation General Management M.L.Narula Director Professional Independent B.Sc (Elect) General Management
  14. 14. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 6 - Presence Of Everest In INDIA
  15. 15. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 7 - Everest Growth Path Everest Industries has grown with a steady rate over the years. It has been earning profits as shown in the graph. Now it has much higher targets to achieve so as to grow in an enormous rate. Also to spread business in across the globe. Turnover (US$ Million) 15.0 25.0 35.0 45.0 55.0 65.0 75.0 Turnover 30.3 37.3 44.3 50.5 56.6 67.8 2001- 2002 2002- 2003 2003- 2004 2004- 2005 2005- 2006 2006- 2007 (Est)
  16. 16. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 8 - Zonal Offices & Production Units
  17. 17. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 9 - Factories The major factories are located at Kolkata , Nasik , Bhagwanpur , Kymore , Podanur. Offices The major offices are located at New Delhi ( Head office), Ahmadabad, Jabalpur, Kolkata, Nasik, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Cochin. Sales Depots The major Sales Depots are located at Chandigarh, Delhi, Faridabad, Kanpur, Kota, Allahabad, Patna, Guwahati, Indore, Ranchi, Burdwan, Jamshedpur, Kharajpur, Valsad, Raipur, Rourkela, Kolkata, Balasore, Cuttack, Hubli, Nellore, Mangalore, Bangalore, Chennai, Palakkad, Cochin and Madurai. 1.Central Zone Kymore Depot Allahabad Depot Allahabad Darwaza Depot Kymore Depot Indore Depot Kanpur Depot Kota Depot Varanasi Depot Bilaspur Depot 2.South Zone Podanur Depot Banglore Depot Nellore Depot Chennai Depot Palghat Depot Hubli Depot Coinbatore Depot
  18. 18. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 10 - Madurai Depot Manglore Depot Cochin Depot 3.East Zone Guahati Depot Patna Depot Ranchi Depot Burdwan Depot Balasore Depot Rourkela Depot Kharagpur Depot Jamshedpur Depot Barrackpore Depot 4. West Zone Hariala Depot Valsad Depot Kolhapur Depot Bhiwandi Depot Lakhmapur depot 5.North Zone Roorkee Depot Merrut Depot Chandigarh Depot Rajpura Depot Jaipur Depot Faridabad Depot Karnal Depot Delhi Depot All the above mentioned locations of Factories, Offices and Sales Depots are clearly shown in the above map.
  19. 19. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 11 - Production Facilities The production facilities are present at five major location viz. Bhagwanpur, Kymore, Kolkata, Nasik and Podanur. Bhagwanpur The Greenfield project started in June 2006 at Bhagwanpur Works, Roorkee is near its completion. The BW will cater to market demand of Everest products in the North and Central India. The Flat boards line at BW started trial production in March’07 and the production is being stabilized. The AC Roofing Line equipment trial runs are on and trial production is expected to start in the month of July,07 and stabilize fully by December,07.Trial production of Solid Wall Panels is expected to start at BW during the month of July, 2007. The first machine for producing Light Grade structural Frames (LGSF) was put into operations in May’07. First lot of LGSF product from the machine is used for BW Canteen, Production Office, security office and LGSF machine shed itself. Products Flat Boards Chrysotile Asbestos Cement Corrugated (CBS) roofing sheets Other Moulded Goods (Accessories) Solid Wall Panels Light Grade structural Frames (LGSF) Initiatives Development of Green Belt Rain Water Harvesting Effluent Treatment Plant for 100% recycling of process effluents Energy Conservation Welfare and social activities Occupational Health centre Canteen for employees/workmen Everest Ladies Club, Roorkee Community Development Trained for self employment for under privileged women- Tailoring and embroidering provided tree guards
  20. 20. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 12 - Kymore Established in 1934, in Katni, Madhya Pradesh is the first plant in India that was setup to manufacture Fiber-Cement Roofing Sheets & Accessories.At Kymore Works great emphasis is on Safety, Health & Environment to ensure high level of safety environment at workplace. KW has been honoured by State Level Award as the first and only unit in M.P. among similar manufacturers to have been awarded by the Government of Madhya Pradesh for excellence in the fields of Safety, Health & Environment. Over the years, despite of being of the oldest unit, continues to improve and flourish with highest levels of performance in its various operations. Products Asbestos Cement Corrugated (CBS) roofing sheets Other Moulded Goods (Accessories) Certification QMS: IS/ISO-9001:2000 and EMS-IS/ISO 14001 Initiatives Afforestation and development of Green Belt Rain Water Harvesting Treatment of Domestic Effluent in an oxidation pond. Effluent Treatment Plant for 100% recycling of process effluents Energy Conservation Welfare and social activities Integrated township for employees and workmen. Occupational Health centre Canteen for employees/workmen Recreation/cultural club (Everest Club, Kymore) Everest Middle School – open to public residing in the vicinity of Kymore Computer Learning Centre – open for wards of employees and general public. Everest Ladies Club, Kymore – actively works for the benefit of weaker sections, ladies and general public staying in the vicinity of Kymore
  21. 21. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 13 - Kolkata Established in 1938, in Calcutta now known as Kolkata is the second plant of Everest that was setup to manufacture Fiber-Cement Roofing Sheets & Accessories. At Calcutta Works is spread in 7 acres of land at Taratolla Road and during it existence for over 70 years great emphasis is on Safety, Health & Environment to ensure high level of safety environment at workplace. Over the years, despite of being of the oldest unit, continues to improve and flourish with highest levels of performance in its various operations. Products Asbestos Cement Corrugated (CBS) roofing sheets Other Moulded Goods (Accessories) Certification QMS: IS/ISO-9001:2000 and EMS-IS/ISO 14001 Initiatives Developed of Green Belt Rain Water Harvesting Effluent Treatment Plant for 100% recycling of process effluents Energy Conservation Welfare and social activities Integrated township for employees Occupational Health centre Canteen for employees/workmen Recreation/cultural club (Everest Club, Kolkata) Everest Ladies Club, Kolkata
  22. 22. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 14 - Nasik Lakhmapur Works established in the year 1994-95, is about 35 kms. away from holy city of Nashik. LW has advanced manufacturing facility for manufacturing AC Corrugated roofing sheets, Flat Boards, Compressed Boards, and Solid Wall Panels. LW was the first unit to manufacture Non-asbestos roofing sheet and Flat boards in India. Products Asbestos Cement Corrugated Roofing sheets Other Moulded Goods (Accessories) Non-Asbestos Flat Boards Compressed Boards (Endura), Colour Compressed Boards Solid Wall Panels Certification IS/ISO 9001:2000 Development of Green Belt Rain Water Harvesting Effluent Treatment Plant for 100% recycling of process effluents Sewage Treatment Plant for treatment of Canteen wastes / Domestics waste Energy Conservation Vermiculture Plant Initiatives Development of Green Belt Rain Water Harvesting Effluent Treatment Plant for 100% recycling of process effluents Sewage Treatment Plant for treatment of Canteen wastes / Domestics waste Energy Conservation Vermiculture Plant
  23. 23. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 15 - Welfare and social activities Integrated township for employees Club House Occupational Health centre Canteen for employees/workmen Everest Ladies Club, Lakhmapur Podanur Podanur Works established in the year 1953 is about 10 kms. away from south Indian industrial town of Coimbatore and is well connected by road and rail. PW commenced production in 1953 with manual corrugation of AC sheets and Other Moulded Goods, and over the years, it gradually transformed itself into a modernized plant, with vacuum corrugation. Today, PW had two lines for manufacturing AC Corrugated roofing sheets of CBS & CTS profiles, and Non- Asbestos Roofing (Hi-tech) sheets and OMG Accessories. The Hi-tech Products are manufactured adapting the HIPP technology (High Impact Polypropylene) with its unique feature of inherent flexibility and ensures safety for the roofers. Products Asbestos Cement Roofing sheets – CBS and CTS profiles Non-Asbestos Roofing (Hi-tech) sheets - Terracoata Red, Tropical Green & Ivory White Shades. Other Moulded Goods (Accessories) Certification IS/ISO 9001:2000 IS/ISO 14001:2004 Initiatives Development of Green Belt Rain Water Harvesting Effluent Treatment Plant for 100% recycling of process effluents Energy Conservation
  24. 24. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 16 - Welfare and social activities Integrated township for employees & workmen Recreation centre Occupational Health centre Canteen for employees/workmen Everest Ladies Club, Podanur
  25. 25. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 17 -
  26. 26. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 18 - Product Range Everest has a very wide variety of product range.
  27. 27. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 19 - Everest follows a solution approach where various products and services are integrated to meet customer’s need. Everest offers a complete range of building solutions. These building solutions are:- Everest Roofing Solution. Everest Ceiling Solution. Everest wall Solution. Everest Floor Solution. Everest Cladding Solution. Everest Door. Now currently Everest is also entering in Pre-Engineering Steel Buildings & Smart-Steel Building for industrial, commercial & residential sector. Everest offers a very wide range of fiber cement products covering both roof as well as boards. Its product range has gained a wide acceptance in Asia, Africa, South Pacific & Europe. Everest provides following building accessories:- Roof Curbs. Adjustable/ Fixed Louvers. Translucent Panels. Gravity Ventilators. Day Lighting Panels. Turbo Ventilators. Everest has two main solution providing business:- Pre – Engineering Building Solution ( PEB ) It is the fastest system of industrial construction. There are several applications of Pre- Engineering Building (PEB). The main applications of PEB are: Factory Buildings Institutional Buildings Recreational Facilities Agricultural Storage Commercial Spaces Warehouses Military Building & Aviation Hangers
  28. 28. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 20 - Smart Steel Building Solution. It is 100% customized steel buildings. The main applications are:- Commercial & Office Buildings. Industrial Utility Buildings. Site Offices & Residences. Farm Houses Restaurants Automobile Showrooms About the Products Everest fiber cement corrugated roofing sheets and accessories are used for factories, power plants, railway platforms, houses etc. The multipurpose cement boards are used as false ceilings, dry wall partitions and internal linings in residential, commercial and industrial sectors. Everest Hi-Tech is a non-asbestos, corrugated modern roofing system made in collaboration with Saint Gobain. E-Board Classic is used as paneling, partitioning, false ceiling, cabinets, cupboards and doors. Acostyle provides better interiors in commercial establishments, and Rapicon provides walling solutions for internal and external walls and prefabhousing. The compressed fiber cement board plant is imported from Dansk Eternit, Denmark under a technology transfer agreement, and the company has an agreement with Dansk Eternit, Denmark for obtaining the hydrofobating technology required for surface treatment of compressed boards. Everest Industries is entering into the business of design, manufacturing, supply and erection of pre-engineered steel buildings. Financials Everest Industries registered a steep drop of 27.42% in net profits of Rs 53.20 million for the quarter ended June 2007 from a profit of Rs 73.30 million for the quarter ended June 2006. Net Sales declined 0.19% to Rs 801.60 million for the quarter ended June 2007 from Rs 803.10 million for the quarter ended June 2006.Total income rose 0.41% to Rs 810.4 million for the quarter ended June 2007, from Rs 807.1 million for the quarter ended June 2006.The earnings per share (EPS) of the company stood at Rs 3.59 in the quarter ended June 2007 .
  29. 29. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 21 - Increase In Capital During the year under review, the Authorized Share Capital of the Company was increased to Rs. 17,00,00,000/- (Rupees Seventeen Crores) from Rs.15, 00,00,000/- (Rupees Fifteen Crores) to provide for the future requirements of ESOS schemes and business funding, as and when necessary Recent Developments 1.Everest Solid Walls: The Company has already commissioned manufacturing facilities of Rapicon Panels at Lakhmapur Works with an initial capacity of 12,000 units per year. The product is mainly applied as dry wall partitions in commercial establishments, mezzanine flooring and industrial sheds with cladding and pre-fabricated structures. 2.Bhagwanpur Works, Uttarakhand: The Company has already completed in record time the erection of its new multi-manufacturing facility at Bhagwanpur (near Roorkee), to manufacture Roofing Sheets, Boards, Light Gauge Steel Frames and Rapicon Panels. The trial runs are being conducted. With this plant in Northern India, the Company now has complete national coverage Management Discussion And Analysis Report 1.Highlights Of Performance/Events Sales volume up by 9 %. Profit before tax & exceptional income at Rs. 3385.31 lakhs during the year ended 31st March, 2006 as against Rs. 2895.33 lakhs during the previous financial year ended 31st March, 2005. Fibre cement export turnover of Rs.499 lakhs as against Rs.203 lakhs of previous financial year ended 31st March, 2005. Successful commissioning of Compressed board plant under the Technology know-how Agreement with M/s. Dansk Eternit, Denmark. New line for manufacturing roofing sheets with Polypropylene fibres at Podanur Works. Dividend of 70%( Interim 40%).
  30. 30. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 22 - 2.Industry Structure And Development Everest Industries Limited pioneered fibre Cement Roofing Industry in India by establishing its first plant in the country in 1934 at Kymore, MP. During 2005-06, the industry reached a market size of 2.35 million MT with a CAGR of growth of 17.1% in the last 3 years. The industry recorded a significant growth of 17.8% during 2005-06 in comparison with 16% growth it witnessed in the same period in the previous year. The market share of the Company stood at 15%. This high industry growth has resulted in many new players entering into the market. The industry is witnessing an unprecedented capacity build up with very large capacities being set up in North and West India. 3.Industry Outlook & Opportunities Roofing :- The Fibre cement industry is an important constituent of economic development of the country and has unique place in construction and building material sector due to two reasons: The fiber cement roof is commonly used in villages and small towns for houses and cattle sheds, godowns, shops, workshops etc. Industrial houses for their industrial sheds & go-downs also extensively use it. Fiber cement industry uses substantial amount of fly ash as raw material in its products keeping the environment clean. India is growing at a GDP of 8%. This high growth is reflected in all the sectors of the economy namely the manufacturing sector, service sector as well as the agriculture sector. The government is putting special focus on the rural economy and this is expected to give a boost to the use of Fiber cement roofs. The industrial sector is witnessing high growth with capacities getting increased through expansions/diversifications and up new Greenfield units. The growth of fiber cement roofing industry depends on prosperity of rural/industrial sector. Both these sectors have seen healthy growth in last 2 years. This is reflected in fiber cement roofing industry, as it saw a significant growth of around 17.8 % in year 2005-06 in comparison with previous year.
  31. 31. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 23 - The growth was particularly high in states like Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu. Good monsoon continues to remain crucial factor for agriculture as well as for Industry, as it brings higher agriculture productivity and thus the rural masses having higher disposable income can graduate to fiber cement roofs from thatch roofs. Steel will continue to remain its major competitor and any upward revision in steel prices will bring increased demand to this Industry. Boards :- Fiber cement boards are typically used for false ceilings, partitions, paneling and prefabricated structures. There is a major growth in each of these applications with the growth of the economy. The users are increasingly finding that the fiber cement boards are far better substitutes in terms of resistance to moisture, fire and termites. There is also an increasing need for faster and cleaner construction, which can be done using the fiber cement boards. 4.Industry – Threats, Risks and Concerns The growth in the industry has resulted in many new players entering in this already competitive market. Any new additions in the capacity either by existing players or through new entrants will always remain prime concern. Increase in input costs like the cost of cement, asbestos fiber, fuel etc is a major concern for the industry. The malafide campaign against asbestos from certain sectors has given totally erroneous information to the general public and decision makers. This has so far not affected the sales of the industry. The industry association Asbestos Cement Products Manufacturers Association (ACPMA) continues with its initiative to counter the malafide anti asbestos campaign and successfully managed to make the general public and key decision makers aware that there was no risks associated with the use of asbestos to manufacture of fiber cement products, when all necessary precautions are taken. Risk Management :- In accordance with the Clause 49 of the Listing Agreements with Stock Exchanges, the Company has already appointed Risk consultant to assist the Company to lay down procedures/system for speedier assessment of risk, information to Board of Directors and steps to mitigate/ minimize the risk.
  32. 32. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 24 - 5.Costs and Profitability The Company is always committed to reduce its costs through better negotiation with its raw material suppliers, transporters and increase its profitability by de-bottlenecking, efficient use of plant and machinery resulting in better yield, scrapping unwanted depots, concentration on markets with low freight, increased productivity and reduction on overheads. 6.Internal Control System & Adequacy The Company's internal control system has always been adequate to ensure that all its assets are safeguarded and protected against loss from unauthorized use and disposition. It has evolved financial reporting on monthly basis for all its 4 factories as independent profit centres. These systems and measures are constantly checked by the Internal Auditors of the Company, on the basis of an approved Audit plan of the Audit Committee. The Audit Reports are placed before the Audit Committee, on quarterly basis, who after reviewing the same ensures that Audit findings are complied with by the management. The management at the subsequent meetings by way of an Action Taken Reports tables the compliances. All observations made by the Audit Committee are duly considered and acted upon by the management of the Company. 7.Human Resources Industrial Relations at all manufacturing units of the Company have been normal and peaceful. The Company as on 31st March 2006 had 874 permanent employees. 8.Cautionary Statement Statements in the Management Discussion and Analysis Report describing the current industry structure, outlook & opportunities reflect the Company's assessment and perception of the situation. It may differ materially depending on the environmental regulations stipulated globally and also the changes in government regulations, policies and other related factors.
  33. 33. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 25 - 9.Recreation For Employees Everest takes care of their employee recreation from time to time by taking them out for movies, picnic, arranging matches like cricket, arranging events like Kavi Sammelan etc. Few of the recent events and programs are like The cricket match was held on 15th Nivember’2007, Picnic was held on 3rd February’2008 and Kavi Sammelan was held on 13th April’2008.
  34. 34. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 26 - A Detailed Over View Of The Project Introduction This project is all about making a web based application so as to reduce the paper work or else we can say that this project was implemented to make a paper free environment to work. The motive was to create transparency between different departments and employees. A lot of data is such which each and every Everest employee should know and also has the right to know. This application was made web based so that the data can be accessed by all the employees not only from the head office but also from the other location of Zonal Offices, Factories and Sales Depots. The idea was to support those employees as well who can not visit or get in touch with the head office frequently. Apart from all these we wanted to use the same for interacting with all the employees, also allowing them to share data and feedback on line. After this idea was frozen, we contacted a software development organization OLIVE GLOBAL for developing our INTRANET.A meeting was organized in which all the people who were involved in this project were present. The project members from Everest were mainly our honorable Mr. B.Ram.Mohan (V.P. Human Resource), Mr. Sunil Kumar Sharma (Manager Administration) and myself. The point of contact from Olive was Mr.Chetan Sharma (Account Manager).After the meeting this project was handed over to me so that I can co-ordinate with Mr.Chetan and do the needful so as to successfully deploy the Intranet. Before actually starting the project I made a presentation on Intranet to the higher management of Everest so as to facilitate to make the employee understand the difference between Internet and Intranet. For this I visited few different organizations for getting the details of their intranet. The organization where I visited were CSC at Noida, GE MONEY at Gurgaon, ALSTOM at Gurgaon.From all the organization I got an overview of Intranet so that I can apply the relevant details in my project of deployment of Intranet and to make it success. Creator Of Intranet & Software used The creator of Intranet is the Olive people who have put in all the effort for designing the front end using ASP and the database for storing the online data has been created using SQL.The server is also a SQL based server. The static pages has been created using ASP and also the front end the screen which would be used by the users has been designed using ASP.
  35. 35. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 27 - Hosting & Maintenance of Intranet The hosting of intranet has been done in the server of Olive since there was no web base SQL server available with Everest. On top of all procurement of new web based server was too expensive. So it was decided that we will be hosting our intranet on the server of Olive and allow them to do the maintenance at a nominal annual fee for both the services of hosting and maintenance. Features Of Intranet Of Everest The most attractive feature of our Intranet is that it can be accessed from any where, any time just by logging in to the system via internet using a Login ID & Password. Each and every employee of Everest would be provided with a unique Login ID and Password. There are many sections in Intranet as below:- About Us which would contain a lot many sub menu viz. Company Profile , Production Facilities, Board Of Directors, Network, Contact Human Resource which would contain a lot many sub menu viz. Code Of Conduct, Organizational Grade Structure, HR Value Addition, HRD, Policy, Benifites, Loan Rules, Leave Rules, General Information Marketing which would contain a lot many sub menu viz. Ceiling Solution, Wall Boards, Designer Wall Boards, Heavy Duty Wall Boards, Roofing System, Roof Light, Exports, Additional Informations, Solid Wall Panels, Hi-tech Leaflet – Advantage Everest Hi-tech, Hi- tech Leaflet – The Ultimate Choice, Final Filter Financial which would contain a lot many sub menu viz. Balance Sheet, Profit Loss, Report Ended 31.3.2008, Corporate Governance Report Educational which would contain a sub menu viz.Time Management Event which would contain a lot many sub menu viz. Media Coverage & Current Events Quick Links which would contain a lot many sub menu viz.Team Members, Extension List, Office Circulars, Holiday Calendar, Picture Gallery, Birth Days & Anniversaries, New Team Members, Current Openings, Notice Board, Newsletter, Feedback & Suggestion, Helpdesk Helpdesk would contain a sub menu viz. Helpdesk;
  36. 36. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 28 - Work Done By OLIVE GLOBAL OLIVE people was to create a basic structure of Intranet that was decided and given during their proposal and do some of the modification that may be asked by Everest after the system would be handed over to us. Now the main work of mine comes in to play. Here I was the concerned person from Everest who was supposed to check the basic structure and also to provide the data of Everest in the form of soft copy so that they can upload all the data on to the server. The soft copy was provided so that their static pages for intranet can be created from them for Intranet. Also the soft copy of complete database has been given so that it can be uploaded once in to the database for the first time. The role of Olive would become much clearer as and when I would be explaining the flow of my work in the following sections. The proper co-ordination between us and the support we provided to each other that made this project a success would become clear. In the following sections I would be explaining the hurdles and difficulties that I had faced during the creation of database in soft copy and other soft copy for making static pages. The methodologies that I had followed so as to overcome these hurdles and to attain success. Hurdles faced & Methodologies followed to overcome them During the creation of soft copies of the complete database of the employees for the database of the Intranet I met and coordinated with all the employees of different departments so as to collect valid and authenticated data. During this process I got data all in excel sheet and in different formats and in different units. Now my biggest challenge was to set all the data in a similar format and in the same unit so that it can be used to create proper and authenticated database. Now the database do not only mean the names and address however it comprises of a lot many data which has to be 100% correct like the name and designation, department and many more. In the beginning the biggest challenge was to consolidate all the data in one excel sheet from different excel sheets that were provide to me by different concerned persons. There were major concerns like many names were written in different formats in different excel sheets. An example to the problem faced the name Sunil Kumar Sharma can be written as Sunil Kumar Sharma, Sunil Kr. Sharma and Sunil K. Sharma. Now if I need to collect data from three different sheets having the name in three different styles as mentioned above then it becomes difficult for me to understand that what is the corresponding data for each name. Now if for example the data is scattered over three different excel file for Date Of Joining, Birth Days,
  37. 37. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 29 - department then the chances of misinterpreting the data becomes very high, inspite of that I worked on the files and have harmonized the data of individuals in to a single file. The other major issue was that all the data of all the employees were not available like the Date of Anniversaries. This was creating trouble for uploading the data in intranet since many people were resisting for giving the data. Inspite of this resistance I tried my best and collected as many data as possible for updating. The lists of holidays were all region specific. So I was only able to update and view the list of holidays for Delhi Head Office. For this issue I approached the Olive development team and asked them to do a modification so that list of holidays can be seen region wise. There is a facility of updating pictures in the Picture Gallery. However this feature could not be fully utilized because of the limitation of space. In the beginning this issue was understood to be the outcome of uploading the picture in a wrong manner. However this was discovered at a later stage that the space provided was too less. So as to resolve this issue I got in touch with the Olive people and made them increase the space. The First Presentation Of The Project After all the soft copies of the data base were made as per the different modules, the time came when these data were supposed to be uploaded in to the system. This was the day when I sat with the Olive people till 11.30 at night in the office and worked with them so as to help them for the uploading of the data in the system. This was the day when the system was made fully functional also presentable to the Directors. The next day the system was presented in front of the Directors and there was a mixed reaction and feedback. The feedbacks were regarding the suggested changes in the outlook of the intranet. The changes done after getting feedback After the presentation of the Intranet in front of the higher management I made a strategy and started working accordingly. Now my work on the recreation of the structure of intranet as per the feedback and guidance of the Board Directors, started with the help of Olive Development and Design team. Few of the major changes that were suggested by them were the first screen was supposed to be made more colorful. The ‘Thought of the Day’ was not to be shown in all the screens. The Login Screen was to be made much more colorful. The display of Anniversaries was needed to be removed from the display. Even there was an observation that the lists of holidays were displayed in an inappropriate manner and the same was to be changed. The dynamic facilities are not being
  38. 38. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 30 - utilized currently so I was asked to help the Olive to make few static pages so that the information can at least be put on the Intranet as static pages. I noted all the points discussed and planned for the implementation of the suggested changes and put the system in to function as soon as possible. This was a phase when I was supposed to handle the process and do the required updates and make the system as per the suggestion of the higher authority. During this period I updated all the dynamic data in to the system like the pictures in the gallery, circulars, notice board, News, New Joinees, names and other information in the data base etc. Few of the changes which were possible from my end they were done. These changes mainly include all the data of dynamic nature. However the changes in the data and the structure were supposed to be done by the Olive development team. For this job I drafted an official letter signed by Mr. B.Ram.Mohan and approached Mr.Chatan Sharma for the changes. I got a commitment from him that the job would be done as soon as possible. The developer and the designer started working on this project. In the beginning they did not require any help from my side so I only visited Olive to see the process of development of the project. After some time I decided to help them out so as to complete the project before the given dead line. I used to create all the soft copies for the creation of static pages to help them. I also helped them in designing the flow of the navigation for different tabs on the home page. The Second Presentation Of The Project After the changes were made the same was shown to Mr.B.Ram.Mohan. With few of the changes made he was happy however a lot many changes were yet expected to be done. The major changes which were expected to be done - the ‘Thought of the Day’ was to be brought at the home page. The second screen was to contain all the links and the click on the link should take the screen to the login screen so as to pursue the user to login in to the system. After logining in to the system there were information displayed in the form of boxes, the size of the boxes were to be reduced since it was necessary to scroll for some time to view the complete screen which apparently was an unpleasant experience for the users and hence it was felt that the user may lose interest in the usage of the system. There was a display of ‘Thought Of The Day’ on all the screens which was not required so it was to be removed from all the screens. This also lead to wasting a lot of space and necessitated avoidable scrolling of the screen and because of this the user may lose interest. These necessary changes were few of the new challenges for me to bring the system to the expectation of the users.
  39. 39. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 31 - The Process Followed for Changes After the Feedback of Second Presentation After getting the feed backs in the second presentation I was expected to get the work done from the Olive since the changes were to be made by the developer and the designing team. This process required a lot of coding and use of web designing tool. So I contacted Mr.Chetan Sharma for these updates. After talking to him we fixed up the time for a meeting so that I could explain to him what all were still required and what all still needed to be done so as to complete the first phase of the project. During this meeting I obtained a commitment from Mr.Chetan that all the changes would be made and I would be able to show the system to the higher authority for complete deployment up to their complete satisfaction latest by last week of June. The Methodology Followed During The Creation Of Soft Copies Till now I have been discussing, what has been done during the complete flow of the project. However now I would like to explain the unexpected troubles faced by me. I would be supporting the same with annexure attached at the end. Before actually making the system live it was necessary to feed the basic data in to the system which was provided to me in the form of excel sheets. In the database there were many fields which were made compulsory to create an ‘Employee’ in the database. For this I collected the data from different departments. For example I got the Joining Dates from one department, Employee code and date of birth from HR., all the mailing ID’s from IT and so on and so forth. It was not easy to get all the data just by making one visit to the concerned person. It took me days to collect data from all different sources. It was possible to complete this process in a relatively short period of time because of unstinted support from Mr.B.Ram.Mohan & Mr. Sunil Kumar Sharma. Even after getting all the data in soft and in different excel sheets it was not an easy task to collate all the data in one excel sheet. The demo of all the excel sheets are given as annexures (annexure -1, annexure-2, annexure-3, annexure-4, annexure-5, annexure-6) at the end. Not only that, many data was given in the form of PDF files and presentations, using that I created soft copies for making static pages on Intranet. Even many data was in the form of scanned copy for example the address of zonal offices and factories. After getting all the data in various forms I worked on all the various forms of data and tried converting them in to a single form on Excel or in MS Word. These conversions of data in these formats helped me and the Olive development team to make proper static pages for intranet. Even the same data has been used for updating the dynamic fields in the intranet for example the area of ‘Adding Employees’ has been filled using these data collected by me, new openings in Everest , list of new joinees etc.
  40. 40. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 32 - Creativity Used During The Project In Intranet I have tried using my creativity in the project so as to make it look more attractive and beautiful. I got scope of showing my creativity in the area of entering the dynamic data like display of ‘Thought Of The Day’, News Items, Events, New Joinees, Picture Gallery etc… One of the most interesting and attractive option that I was able to provide the users was an online quiz for competition based on which we can do lucky draw and give prize to the winner. This quiz has been designed and made by me using software known as Question Writer-3. The best feature of this exercise was that all the reports were automatically mailed to my Mailing I.D. so that those reports can be used to judge the winner of the Quiz. This can be made a regular feature. By doing this I was able to attract people and make the use intranet. By doing this I was also able to make it popular among our employees. To support this I am adding annexure-8 at the end. In these areas I can use my own imagination for color combination and display so as to make the system look more attractive. Since I had the administrative rights of the Intranet I was responsible for the data and its regular updation. Final Official Launch After all the workings the system was finally launched and was opened completely for the employees to use and give feedback. Presentation Done After the launch of Intranet a presentation has been done so as to make the employees understand the difference between Internet and Intranet. Also the motive of the presentation was to increase the interest of the employees in the usage of Intranet. The presentation that has been presented has been attached as an annexure. Training Session I being the administrator and one of the core team member during the development of the system it was also my responsibility to train the people about the usage of the system. For this I was advised to make a schedule and take training sessions at all the zonal offices including the head office.
  41. 41. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 33 - Limitations Of The System The Intranet Deployed has a lot of limitation till date and it can be upgraded slowly as and when required. This would be a never ending process. The project what has been done is only its first phase. After the first phase the system needs to be used for a considerable period of time so that we can get proper feedbacks and more data to be uploaded from different employees & department. All the feedbacks and data can be utilized for updating the system in the second phase of the project. Even during this period of time the employees would become used to the system and would enjoy using the same.
  42. 42. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 34 - Recommendation For Success Of The Project All the employees should use the system and know its advantages. There should be proper schedule for training and presentations so as to propagate the idea and to increase its usage. The success of the project depends on the usage of the system, adding value and updates by the employees, given good inputs in the system by the employees, etc. Above all there should be a dedicated administrator for the system so as to maintain the flow of data and updation of all the dynamic record of the Intranet.
  43. 43. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 35 - Annexture-1 Emp Code Joining Date Cities 37331 24/08/1994 KOLKATA 90198 11/7/2007 KOLKATA 37344 17/4/2006 KOLKATA 90239 19/12/2007 KOLKATA 90182 24/9/2007 KOLKATA 90127 30/08/2004 KOLKATA 90215 15/11/2007 BHAGWANPUR 51097 18/4/2006 BHAGWANPUR 90272 25/6/2007 BHAGWANPUR 419 9/1/2006 BHAGWANPUR 90218 26/11/2007 BHAGWANPUR 90221 26/11/2007 BHAGWANPUR 90268 17/1/2008 BHAGWANPUR 19148 26/2/1991 KYMORE 19101 6/2/1976 KYMORE 19113 29/11/1976 KYMORE 10788 15/06/2004 KYMORE 19112 2/1/1972 KYMORE 19130 9/6/2006 KYMORE 51101 6/8/2006 LAKHMAPUR 51115 1/10/2007 LAKHMAPUR 51105 17/7/2006 LAKHMAPUR 56091 12/11/1977 LAKHMAPUR 90180 17/9/2007 LAKHMAPUR 51111 7/1/2006 LAKHMAPUR 30 28/6/2006 LAKHMAPUR 51091 1/2/2006 LAKHMAPUR 51095 3/1/2006 MUMBAI 51094 14/2/2006 MUMBAI 51110 15/11/2006 MUMBAI 90196 1/11/2007 MUMBAI 425 16/3/2006 NEW DELHI 417 4/9/2006 NEW DELHI 415 4/6/1997 NEW DELHI 411 10/12/2005 NEW DELHI 409 19/7/2006 NEW DELHI 418 4/9/2006 NEW DELHI 11011 2/5/2007 PODANUR 10766 15/4/2002 PODANUR
  44. 44. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 36 - Annexture-2 Name E-mail Address Business State Job Title SACHIN CHATURVEDI chaturvedi@everestind.com Agra Officer (Marketing) D. FERNANDES dfernandes@everestind.com Ahmedabad Manager (marketing) TUSHAR MOHAN tusharmohan@everestind.com Ahmedabad Asst Manger (Mktg) VINOBHA MEHRCHANDANI vmehrchandani@everestind.com Ahmedabad Dy Manager (Mktg) AVISHEK DHARA avishekdhara@everestind.com Bagwanpur Sr. Officer Stores B SESHA RAO bsesharao@everestind.com Bagwanpur Vice President - Bagwanpur BADRI PRASHAD VERMA bpverma@everestind.com Bagwanpur Dy. Manager (Mainetenance) DEEPPAK GUPTA depakgupta@everestind.com Bagwanpur Sr. Engineer(Maintenance) BHANWAR SINGH KHIRIYA bskhiriya@everestind.com Bareilly Officer (Marketing) RAJESH KHANNA rajeshkhanna@everestind.com Bhopal DGM (Marketing) RANBIR BASUTHAKUR rthakur@everestind.com Calcutta DY. MANAGER (MARKET.) S D SENGUPTA sdsengupta@everestind.com Calcutta Dy. Manager Saftey GAMBHIR SINGH BALIYAN gbaliyan@everestind.com HEAD OFFICE Head (Projects-BSB) MANOJ BISWAS manojbiswas@everestind.com HEAD OFFICE Sr.Officer(Tech.Services) SHARAD GUPTA sharadgupta@everestind.com Kymore Manager Finance TUSHAR VYAHARE tushar@everestind.com Kymore Manager HR V L TAMBOLI vatambale@everestind.com Lakmapur Sr Officer R & D V S DEVARAJAN vsdevarajan@everestind.com Lakmapur D.G.M (R & D) RAHUL CHOPRA rchopra@everestind.com Mumbai V.P (Mktg)
  45. 45. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 37 - Annexture-3 unit_nm emp_code emp_name dt_birth DOJ DOB BW 90215 SHAILESH VERMA 10/4/1980 15/11/2007 4/10/80 BW 51097 Sharad Kumar Verma 2/21/1972 18/4/06 21/2/72 BW 90272 DIBYA RANJAN PARIDA 1/1/1900 25/6./2007 2/7/84 BW 419 GYANENDRA SINGH CHAUHAN 1/1/1900 1/9/2006 13/2/1974 BW 443 Kirtendra Singh 1/1/1900 7/5/2007 20/10/73 BW 442 Ramesh Singh Kushwaha 1/1/1900 10/5/2007 12/7/65 BW 90218 P.ANANDA RAO 1/1/1900 26/11/2007 1/4/75 BW 90221 PRITAM SINGH 1/1/1900 26/11/2007 5/6/80 BW 90201 SUSANTA KUMAR PANIGRAHI 1/1/1900 30/10/2007 17/11/1980 BW 90148 Anuj Kumar Singh 1/1/1900 12/6/2007 10/4/76 BW 90255 K.SATHRUKKAN 1/1/1900 19/12/2007 11/5/1954 BW 90192 OM SHANKAR GUPTA 8/21/1968 24/9/2007 21/8/1968 BW 425 SURESH BABU 1/15/1963 16/3/2006 15/1/1963 BW 90268 SANDEEP JOSHI 1/1/1900 17/1/2008 27/4/84 BW 417 DEEPAK GUPTA 1/1/1900 4/9/2006 20/8/70 BW 415 MANOJ DIXIT 9/25/1972 4/6/97 25/9/72 BW 411 SUNIL TIWARI 1/1/1900 10/12/05 2/6/80 BW 19131 Sandeep Kalia 1/1/1900 7/9/2006 15/10/80 BW 409 BADRI PRASAD VERMA 1/1/1900 19/7/2006 4/8/1962 BW 418 HITESH KUMAR SHARMA 1/1/1900 4/9/2006 21/4/1980 BW 90256 PIYUSH PARASHAR 1/1/1900 24/12/2007 15/7/1970 BW 430 ASHOK KUMAR VERMA 9/9/1965 18/12/2006 9/7/1965 BW 441 RAJEEV KUMAR 1/1/1900 17/4/2007 7/7/76 BW 90157 SANJAY KUMAR SHARMA 1/1/1900 1/8/2007 15/12/1972 HO 307 Y Srinivas 7/30/1972 1/5/96 30/7/72 HO 90125 RANBIR BASU THAKUR 8/3/1970 4/12/2000 3/8/70 HO 6 ANOOP MISHRA 5/9/1973 6/3/2006 9/5/1973 HO 12 SHEEL SHARMA 6/10/1970 23/3/2007 10/6/70 HO 212 A Ramanath 5/29/1962 22/10/96 29/5/62
  46. 46. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 38 - Annexture-4 Marketing Mr. Sanjay Dhingra 40512349 #2349 Mr. Manish Sanghi 40512336 #2336 Mr. Subrata Dutta 40512339 #2339 Mr. Rahul Chopra 40512386 #2386 Mr. Y Srinivas 40512356 #2356 Mr. Jasmeet Singh 40512376 #2376 Mr. Amit Oberoi 40512369 #2369 Mr. Ranjan Bhat 4052370 #2370 Mr. Neeraj Agarwal 40512337 #2337 Mr. Siddharth Patnaik 40512379 #2379 Mr. Gurucharan 40512324 #2324 Mr. Manu Srivastava 40512398 #2398 Ms. Beena Aggarwal 40512372 #2372 Mr. Prabhakar Rao 40512341 #2341 Mr. Deepak Karna 40512337 #2337 Mr. Ranabir Basu Thakur 40512398 #2398 Mr. B. Purshotam 40512387 #2387 Mr. S.P.S.Gill 40512371 #2371 Mr. Sushovan Bemel 40512378 #2378 Mr. Sheel Sharma 40512324 #2324 Mr. Anoop Mishra 40512398 #2398 Internal Audit Mr. Atul Jain 40512375 #2375 Mr. Rajeev Tomar 40512375 #2375
  47. 47. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 - 39 - Annexture-5
  48. 48. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 40 Annexture-6 Employee Code* Location* Department* Employee Designation* Reporting To* Official Email ID* Login ID* Password* Confirm Password* Status Employee Type Title First Name* LastName Sex Date of Birth Father's Name* 37331 CW Production Jr. officer V.P. dpal@everestind.com dpal password password Active Employee Mr. DEBABRATA PAL M 25/08/1965 Mr.PAL 90198 CW Production ENGINEER(PROD.)M V.P. goutamnaha@everestind.com goutamnaha password password Active Employee Mr. GOUTAM NAHA M 11/8/1978 Mr.NAHA 37344 CW Purchase OFFICER V.P. rajnishsrivastva@everestind.com rajnishsrivastva password password Active Employee Mr. RAJNISH SRIVASTAVA M 7/5/1973 Mr.SRIVASTAVA 90239 CW Production Manager V.P. rajatroy@everestind.com rajatroy password password Active Employee Mr. RAJAT ROY M 23/4/1962 Mr.ROY 90182 CW HR ASST.MANAGER V.P. deepakshaw@everestind.com deepakshaw password password Active Employee Mr. DEEPAK SHAW M 2/10/1971 Mr.SHAW 90127 CW HR DY. GEN. MGR V.P. manashsengupta@everestind.com manashsengupta password password Active Employee Mr. MANASH KUMAR SENGUPTA M 19/01/1953 Mr.SENGUPTA 90216 CW Confidential Secretary V.P. rrganguly@everestind.com rrganguly password password Active Employee Mr. RADHARAMAN GANGULY M 15/9/1966 Mr.GANGULY 37346 CW Finance Deputy Manager V.P. sbanerjee@everestind.com sbanerjee password password Active Employee Mr. SANJAY BANERJEE M 23/7/1965 Mr.BANERJEE 9425 EZ Marketing Officer Mkgt V.P. amitdas@everestind.com amitdas password password Active Employee Mr. Amit Das M 19/10/1975 Mr.Das 9409 EZ Marketing OFFICER V.P. amitghosal@everestind.com amitghosal password password Active Employee Mr. AMIT GHOSAL M 5/11/1980 Mr.GHOSAL 9447 EZ Marketing DY.MGR V.P. goutomghosh@everestind.com goutomghosh password password Active Employee Mr. GOUTOM GHOSH M 1/1/1963 Mr.GHOSH 21 EZ Marketing Sales Officer V.P. ranaroy@everestind.com ranaroy password password Active Employee Mr. RANA ROY M 18/8/1980 Mr.ROY 9445 EZ Marketing Deputy Manager V.P. sudipdutta@everestind.com sudipdutta password password Active Employee Mr. Sudip Dutta M 17/1/1968 Mr.Dutta 9414 EZ Marketing DM V.P. smukhopadhyay@everestind.com smukhopadhyay password password Active Employee Mr. SUJAY MUKHOPADHYAY M 3/8/1968 Mr.MUKHOPADHYAY 90261 EZ Marketing OFFICER V.P. suvankar.basu@everestind.com suvankar.basu password password Active Employee Mr. SUVANKAR BASU M 4/9/1977 Mr.BASU 90306 EZ Marketing OFFICER V.P. vikas.sarna@everestind.com vikas.sarna password password Active Employee Mr. VIKAS SARNA M 20/6/1979 Mr.SARNA 9416 EZ CONFIDENTIAL SE V.P. sanjay@everestind.com sanjay password password Active Employee Mr. SANJAY BHATTACHARYA M 22/2/1966 Mr.BHATTACHARYA 9412 EZ Commertial ASST MNGR V.P. amitbanerjee@everestind.com amitbanerjee password password Active Employee Mr. AMIT BANERJEE M 10/8/1969 Mr.BANERJEE 9411 EZ Commertial DY. MGR. V.P. sujoymukherjee@everestind.com sujoymukherjee password password Active Employee Mr. SUJOY MUKHERJEE M 20/7/1968 Mr.MUKHERJEE
  49. 49. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 41 Annexture-7 Presented By :- Soumya De PGDM ITS IM,GREATER NOIDA MOB - 9990275852 Before understanding what is INTRANET? It is necessary that to understand the difference between the INTERNET and INTRANET. 2
  50. 50. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 42 INTERNET INTRANET  Generally known as “NET”.  If permitted can get information from any other computer on network.  Users can share information through telephone wires and satellite links.  It works in internal, secured business environment.  Easy and quick access to information.  Facilitates interdepartmental cooperation.  Operates on a LAN (local area network).  It provides similar internet like facilities.  Its structure is Organizational Need Based.  Facilitates interdepartmental cooperation.  Saves time and resources. INTERNET INTRANET  Sharing research and business data among colleagues and like- minded individuals.  Communicating with others and transmitting files via E-mail.  Requesting and providing assistance with problems and questions.  Marketing and publicizing products and services.  Gathering valuable feedback and suggestions from customers and business partners.  All agency’s information is kept in a single location.  Faster sharing of data.  Creates transparency between different departments.  Gives space ( blog ) to employees to give view on line.  Has different sections for Family updates, IT, HR, Finance, Marketing, etc.  Saves Time & Resources.  Can easily be accessed or updated.  It is very flexible and easy to use.
  51. 51. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 43 HUMAN RESOURCES SALES DEPARTMENT  Company newsletter.  Employee newsgroups.  Employee training materials.  Employee hand book.  Quick easy access to job applications, employee directory etc.  Chat boards with in the organization.  Sales reports.  Forecasts and goals of the organization.  Marketing strategies.  Geographic saturation.  Profiles of potential new markets or clients.  Information on potential competing markets ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS  Requisition requests will save time, resources and money.  Pages can be password protected to limit employee access, or administratively controlled.  Payroll, receivables/payables.  Budget reports.  Access to Data warehousing.  Departmental software development applications.  Network support.  FAQ’s to support intranet.  Interactive tutorials for department and employees to teach themselves intranet.  Minimizes training investment.  Security information.  Technical resources.
  52. 52. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 44 Before I discuss about the intranet of EVEREST, I would like to discuss about the intranet of few other MNC.. Viz…. ALSTOM , CSC , GE …. So as to give you an idea about already deployed intranet..
  53. 53. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 45 On the top of the web page they have provided few major links viz.  News… Click  About Alstom… Click  People… Click  Finance… Click  Legal... Click  International Network… Click  Communications { Also In Quick Links }… Click  EHS ( Environment, Health and Safety )… Click  Travel { Also In Quick Links }… Click  E-Book { Also In Quick Links }… Click  Useful Tools… Click FEW IMPORTANT LINKS ON HOME PAGE ( ALSTOM )  Glossary of acronyms.  Video Conferencing.  Gifts Catalogue.  Time Zones ( WEB ).  Currency Convertor ( WEB ).  Translation help ( WEB ).  Maps & Directions ( WEB). For Further Details See : - Click… (http://alstom.co.in/)
  54. 54. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 46 On the top of the web page they have provided few major links viz.  About CSC  Financial Press Releases.  Legal.  Travel { Also Present In Quick Links }.  Corporate Governance.  Investor Relations.  Newsroom.  Locations.  Cycling Sponsorship.  Blogs, Podcasts, Videos & RSS.  CSC Portal.  Research Coverage.  Stock Information. For Further Details See : - Click… (http://www.csc.com/) INTRANET OF GE On the top of the web page they have provided few major links viz.  Innovation… Click  Products & Services… Click  Our Company… Click  Industry News… Click  Investor Relations… Click  Careers… Click  World Wide Locations… Click  Travel… Click  Legal… Click
  55. 55. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 47 Proposed Format Of EVEREST Web Page… Main Topics At The Top Of Web Page :-  About Us : This would contain most of the current facts & figures about the company… Click  Vision : This covers the vision of the organization… Click  Mission : This shows the future goals of the organization… Click  Code of Conduct : This will contain the complete code of conduct… Click  Quality Policy: This is a section all the policy of the organization for quality would be mentioned… Click  Safety,Health & Environment policy: This section deals with the safety,health and environment issues.. Click  IT security policy: Under this section all the IT related issues are handled…  Corporate Communication Policy : This section deals with the issues which states that how data can be transmitted or shared between different departments or employees.  Human Resources: This is a section which contains all the human Resources policies… Click  Marketing : This is a section which deals with the marketing strategies and policies which are used by the marketing people… Click  Finance: This is a section which deals with financial working and decisions of the organization… Click  Technical : This is a section which deals with the technical support and technical knowledge…
  56. 56. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 48  Strategic Planning: This is a section which would give information regarding strategic planning… Click  Events & Happenings: This section will act as a blog where all the latest happenings and events would be updates…  Industry News: This section will contain all the industry news like the business relations with other sister concerns and franchise…  Message Board: This is a common section or blog where any one can put their views…. Click  E-Magazine: This is a section of e-books where any book related to organization can be put in a soft copy . Not only this many other documents like presentation etc can be stored…  HR Initiatives: This section would be of utmost interest of employees since it shows the works done by the HR for their employees… Click  Help Desk: This section would be used to provide online help to the employees…Click  Legal : This Section would cover the legal rules and guide lines… Click  Travel: This section would help the employees to arrange for taxi and cabs for official traveling… Click  Corporate Governence: This would include information about the board of directors & other committee… Click
  57. 57. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 49 CONCLUSION  This will make life of all the Employee’s very easy and simple.  This will save lot of working time and also resources.  Increase the productivity of the employee.  Improve the performance of the employee. The link of our Intranet :- http://intranet.everestind.com The Link of Admin Pannel :- http://intranet.everestind.com/admin/ Thank You….. Please Feel Free To Contact Soumya For Further Clarification…….. MOB – 9990275852 Email- soumya.de.1981@gmail.com END
  58. 58. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 50 Links of slides for Intranet Of ALSTOM in sequence NEWS  Press Releases.  International News.  Alstom 360’(Video Magazne).  Announcements.  Did you know ( Additional Knowledge like update new phone number , update anti virus etc ). E ND ABOUT ALSTOM  Alstom Organization.  Brand & Values.  Corporate responsibility.  Innovation.  General Financial Information.  Corporate Governance.  Alstom History.  Central Functions.  Share Price. END
  59. 59. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 51 PEOPLE  Organization.  It’s all about people.  Welcome to ALSTOM.  Performance Management.  Developing Talent.  Learning & Networking.  Total Compensation.  Career & Internal Mobility.  Jobs Online.  Roles & Responsibility.  HR News. E ND FINANCE  Organization.  People.  Applications.  Publications.  Reference Documents. E ND
  60. 60. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 52 LEGAL  Organization & Instructions.  Business Transactions.  Finance & Company Law.  Group Insurance.  Litigation & Claims. E ND INTERNATIONAL NETWORK  Organization.  Missions of geographical areas.  Projects & Export Finance.  Network News.  Network Appointments.  Country security warning. E ND
  61. 61. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 53 COMMUNICATION  Organization.  Brand.  Graphic Chart.  Internet & Intranet.  Presentations Available.  Publications Issued.  Commutation Tools. E ND EHS  Environment , Health & Safety.  Commitments & Organization.  EHS Integrated Management Systems.  Implementation.  Results. E ND
  62. 62. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 54 TRAVEL  Contacts.  Travel News.  Cab & Taxi Bookings.  Booking of Luxury Car. E ND E - BOOKS  E-Book Summary.  Corporate Instructions.  Code of Ethics.  ALSTOM Organization.  Management Responsibility.  Financial.  Legal.  Human Resource.  Sourcing & Operations.  Technology.  Communication.  International Network.  Strategy of business. E ND
  63. 63. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 55 USEFUL TOOLS  Intranet Site.  Internet Site.  ALSTOM Profile.  ALSTOM Presentation.  ALSTOM Annual Report.  Security Instructions.  Calendar of Public Holidays. E ND
  64. 64. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 56 Links of slides for Intranet Of GE in sequence INNOVATION Innovation = Imagination.  The Science Behind Security (GE’s Entry Scan).  GE Innovation Timeline (Explore 130 years of GE Innovation).  Photovoltaic Technology (See how Sun is growing a business).  Health Care Re-imagined (Focusing on early diagnosis and prevention).  C leaner Power Generation ( Helping Milan Breathe A Little Easier).  N anotechnology at GE (Straight from nature to GE’s Global Research C enter).  GE and the Olympic Games (Countdown to Beijing).  GE in the Middle East (From sand to sky scrapers).  Aviation : Incredible Views (Made possible by the team at GE).  GE’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction ( Small Changes = Big Results).  Ecomagination (Part of our vision for a better tomorrow).  Global Research Center (3000 researchers working toward next innovation). E ND Products & Services  Appliances  Aviation  C onsumer Electronics  Electrical Distribution  Energy  Finance – Business  Finance – Consumer  Healthcare  Lighting  M edia & Entertainment  Oil & Gas  Rail  Security  Water  A – Z Index E ND
  65. 65. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 57 OUR COMPANY  Citizenship  Worldwide Activities  Our Businesses  Leadership  Governance  Our Culture  Our History  Advertising E ND INDUSTRY NEWS  Press Releases  GE in the News  Audio & Video  Olympic Games  News feeds  Press Contacts E ND
  66. 66. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 58 INVERSTOR RELATIONS  Stock Information  Financial Reporting  Events & Presentations  Shareholder Services  Personal Investing  Institutional Investing  Investor Contacts E ND TRAVEL  Contacts.  Travel News.  Cab & Taxi Bookings.  Booking of Luxury Car. E ND
  67. 67. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 59 LEGAL  Organization & Instructions.  Business Transactions.  Finance & Company Law.  Group Insurance.  Litigation & Claims. E ND
  68. 68. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 60 Links Of slides for Intranet Of Everest Industries Limited in sequence EVEREST INDUSTRIES LTD Everest Industries Limited, an IS/ISO 9001:2000 company has an established presence over 74 years with 5 manufacturing plants and wide dealers/distribution network all over India. Everest Industries Limited offers a versatile and wide range of products covering Fiber cemented products to designing, manufacturing and erection of Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings. Everest has generated enormous confidence and goodwill amongst its customers both in India and abroad for the high quality standards of its products and solutions. E ND VISION Everest will be the deepest penetrated housing and building solution provider to deliver strength, speed and safety to its customers in all its target markets. E ND
  69. 69. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 61 MISSION  Our mission is to achieve a sales turnover of Rs 1,000/- crores with a net profit of Rs 100 crores by 2010-11 E ND Code Of Conduct Slides ( Slide 1) CODE OF CONDUCT  Code of Conduct Code of Conduct for all Board Members and Senior Management of Everest Industries Limited. Preface The Board of Directors (hereinafter referred to as the “Board”) of Everest Industries Limited (EIL) (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) has adopted the following Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (hereinafter referred to as the “Code”) for the Board and Senior Management. A model code of conduct has been designed to put values into practice. This Code of Conduct isn’t merely a set of rules for specific circumstances but an intentionally expansive statement of principles meant to inform all the actions of the Board of Directors and Senior Management. The Board and Senior Management should make an effort to study and understand these principles and do their best to apply them to any and all circumstances which may arise.
  70. 70. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 62 ( Slide 2) All senior management employees should sign the acknowledgement form at the end of this Code and return the form to the HR Department that they have received, read and understood, and agreed to comply with the Code. The signed acknowledgement form shall be filed in each Officer’s personal file. The Code shall be posted/displayed on the website of the Company.  Applicability of the Code This Code applies to: (a) All the Directors of the Company. (b) All the Senior Management Employees of the Company, which would comprise all members of Management one level below the Executive Director, including all Functional, Works and Zonal heads. ( Slide 3) In terms of the Listing Agreement all the Board Members and the Senior Management employees should affirm compliance with the code on an annual basis. The Annual Report of the Company shall contain a declaration to this effect and signed by the Managing Director.  The C ode 1. C onflict of Interest or Duty 1.1 The Board and Senior Management must be aware of potential conflict between (directly or indirectly): (a) On the one hand:  The interest of the Company  Their duties to the Company  (b) On the other hand:  Their personal or external business interests  Their duties to any third party
  71. 71. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 63 ( Slide 4)  1 .2 The Board and Senior Management must avoid placing themselves in a position that may lead to: (a) An actual or a potential conflict of interest or duty. (b) A reasonable perception of an actual or potential conflict of interest or duty.  1 .3 The Board and Senior Management must: (a) Fully and frankly inform the company of any personal or external business interest that may lead to:  An actual or potential conflict of interest or duty.  A reasonable perception of an actual or potential conflict of interest or duty.  (b) Obtain and follow independent legal advice to avoid and resolve any actual, potential or perceived conflict of interest of duty.  1 .4 Each Director must: (a) Not participate when the Board considers any matter in which the Director has or may have a conflict of interest or duty: and (b) Comply with the Companies Act, 1956 and Listing Agreement provisions in relation to the disclosing material personal interests and restrictions on voting by Directors. ( Slide 5)  1 .5 each Director must inform the Board: (a) Any existing Directorship or other office held by Director in another entity (b) Any proposed appointment as a Director or Senior Executive of another entity before accepting the appointment.1 .6 The Board and Senior M anagement must not exploit for their own personal gain the opportunities that are discovered through the use of corporate property, information or position unless the opportunity is disclosed fully in writing to the C ompany.2. Compliance with laws, regulations, policies and procedures.  The Board and Senior Management must: (a) comply with the letter and spirit of any applicable law, rule or regulation. (b) comply with the Insider Trading Regulations as laid down by SEBI and the Company. (c) comply with policies and procedures of the Company. (d) encourage other officers and employees to do the same.
  72. 72. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 64 ( Slide 6)  3 . C onfidentiality 3 .1 Any information acquired by the Board and Senior M anagement while performing their duties is confidential information of the Company and must be k ept confidential. The Board and Senior Management must not disclose the information to a third party except where that disclosure is: (a) Authorized by the Board. (b) Required by law or regulatory body (including a relevant stock exchange. 3 .2 The existence and details of any Board and Management information, discussions and decisions that are not publicly known and have not been approved by the Board for public release are confidential information of the C ompany and subject to paragraph 3.1. ( Slide 7)  4 . Protection and Proper use of Company Assets 4 .1 The Company expects each Director and Senior Management to use all reasonable endeavors to protect any Company Asset and to ensure its efficient use. 4 .2 A Director or Senior Management may only use a Company Asset for legitimate business purposes approved by the Board. 4 .3 Each Director and Senior M anagement must immediately report any suspected fraud or theft of a Company asset for investigation. 4 .4 The Board, Senior Management and all employees m ust pay particular attention to information technology aspects such as data protection and data security.  5 . F air Dealing 5 .1 The Company expects the Board and Senior M anagement to: (a) Deal fairly with employees, investors, customers, suppliers, competitors, auditors, lawyers, creditors or other advisors of the Company. (b) Encourage other employees and officers to do the same.
  73. 73. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 65 ( Slide 8)  5.2 The Board and Senior Management must not take unfair advantage of any employee, customer, supplier, competitor, auditor, lawyer or other advisor of the Company, creditor through illegal conduct, manipulation, undue influence, concealment, abuse of confidential information, m isrepresentation of material facts or any other unfair dealing practice. 5.3 The Board and Senior Management must promote a respectful work place, culture that is free of harassment, bias and discrimination of any k ind.6. Compensation from non-Company sources and Gifts6.1 The Board and Senior Management should not accept compensation (in any form) for services performed for the Company from any source other than the C ompany.6.2 The Board and Senior Management may not offer, give or receive gifts from persons or entities who deal with the Company or its Holding Company, where any such gift is being made in order to influence the actions or where acceptance of the gifts could create the appearance of a conflict of interest.7. Reporting of Illegal and unethical Behavior7.1 The Board and Senior Management should promote ethical behavior and take steps to ensure that the Company: ( Slide 9) (a) Encourages employees to talk to supervisors, managers and other appropriate personnel when in doubt about the best course of action in a particular situation. (b) Encourages employees to report violations of laws, regulations or the Company’s Code of Conduct to appropriate personnel. (c) Informs employees that the Company will not allow retaliation for reports made in good faith.  8. Violation and Compliance of the Code  8.1 The Board and Senior Management is required to help enforce this code as part of his/her job and also of his/her ethical responsibility.  8.2 Directors should communicate any suspected violations of this Code promptly to the C hairman of the Audit Committee. Senior M anagement should communicate any suspected violation of this Code to the M anaging Director who in turn shall communicate it to the Chairman of the Audit C ommittee.
  74. 74. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 66 ( Slide 10)  8 .3 Violations will be investigated by the Board or by persons designated by the Board, and appropriate action will be taken in the event of any violations of the Code.  9. Waiver and Amendment of the Code  9 .1 This Code is subject to modification at any time since the Company is com mitted to continuously reviewing and updating its policies and procedures in terms of extant guidelines and procedures laid down by different statutory authorities.  9 .2 Any amendment/inclusion or waiver of any provision of this Code shall be approved by the Company’s Board of Directors and must be promptly disclosed on the Company’s website. E ND QUALITY POLICY We at Everest Industries Ltd., manufacturer of fibre cement products are strongly committed to:  Manufacture and sell quality proven products.  Provide the most efficient service to our customers  Co ntinually improve effectiveness of quality management system by:  Regular monitoring and measurement of processes and products to achieve the set quality objectives.  Providing required resources and developing competencies of the people inthe organisation.  Periodic review of the system for sustainable development.  Co mply with all relevant Regulatory, Statutory and other requirements.  The above policy is well implemented, maintainedand communicated to all employees, customers & others interested parties OUR MOTTO Continuous customer delight is our reward. M.L.GUPTA MANAGING DIRECTOR E ND
  75. 75. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 67 SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT POLICY We at Everest Industries Ltd., manufacturer of fibre cement products are strongly committed to:  Manufacture, market and sell products that are safe for use.  Pr omote Programmes and measures to ensure Health & Safety at Workplace.  Ensure environmental excellence through responsible care, i.e.  Comply with all relevant legislative/regulatory and other requirements  Prevention of pollution by conservation of natural resources and by sound environmental management system.  Continual improvement in our activities, products and services towards achieving sustainable developments by periodic review of environmental objectives and targets.  The above policy is well implemented, maintained and communicated to all employees, customers & others interested parties S.P.BOLAR VICE PRESIDENT-DEVELOPMENT E ND HUMAN RESOURCES  HR Policies  Leave (Annual,Casual,Sick, Materinity Leave, Half day Leave, Leave Encasment)  Safety, Health & Hygiene Policy  Communication Policy  Promotion/Upgradation Policy  Transfer Policy  Vocational/Summer Training  Welfare Measures; Group Mediclaim , Accidental Insurance, Loans ( Car/Housing), Management Staff Superannuation Scheme  Reimbursement of Medical expenses for self and dependents  LTA Claim  Perquisites  Conveyance claims on local and project E ND
  76. 76. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 68 MARKETING  Manual /Catalogues  Product Range/Specifications  New business developments  Album  Compains  Achievements  List of sales office, depots and dealers E ND FINANCIALS  Financial Highlights  Financial results  Products . Everest Roofing . Everest Boards . Everest Building Solutions . Pre Engineered Buildings  Achievements E ND
  77. 77. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 69 STRATEGIC PLANNING  Certification  IS/ISO  New projects/Ventures E ND MESSAGE BOARD  Thought of the day  Birthday / Anniversary Celebrations  Well done  Photographs ..  Our Heros. E ND
  78. 78. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 70 HR INITIATIVES  Recruitments: Everest on hiring spree  New Mediclaim Policy  Superannuation Scheme  Hero of the week  Knowledge Bank  New Joinees  Soft Skills trainings  Stress management tips E ND HELP DESK  IT Related Help  Administrative Help  Monetary Help  Informative Help  FAQ E ND
  79. 79. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 71 LEGAL  Organization & Instructions.  Business Transactions.  Finance & Company Law.  Group Insurance.  Litigation & Claims. E ND TRAVEL  Contacts.  Travel News.  Cab & Taxi Bookings.  Booking of Luxury Car. E ND
  80. 80. Deployment Of Intranet In Everest Industries Ltd. ITS IM, GREATER NOIDA SOUMYA DE PGDM - 2007 – 2009 72 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE  Board of Directors.  Audit Committee.  Executive Committee. E ND
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