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SUMMER INTERNSHIP AT

ON MANPOWER PLANNING AND ALLOCATION

OBJECTIVE (WHAT I WAS SUPPOSED TO DO !)

To had an Industrial/Corporate exposure

To imply practically what has been learnt from the books yet To gain the most of it And a lot more

WHAT I DID !
Got the Topic

Set my objectives Considered the environment Observed their working Learnt Surveyed Analyzed Interpreted Kept my suggestions Proved Helpful Gained

TOPIC
PROCESS OF MANPOWER PLANNING AND ALLOCATION (IN A MANUFACTURING CONCERN)

Manpower = the working class, consists of:


NTTF Layam UOU Casuals

OBJECTIVES
Affect of demand on RPD(Rate Per Day) RPDs affect on allocation of manpower. Reasons of gap between IED and other Departments.

For the fulfillment of same there was a need of

Considering the Environment


For the environment observation, interaction with IED was done.

ABOUT ASHOK LEYLAND

Founded in 1948, Raghunandan Saran, Public Company

Headquarters: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India


Parent Company: Hinduja Group Its a manufacturing concern that manufactures different kinds of vehicles in its different Plants

Plants in different areas of India- Chennai, Hosur(3 units), Alwar, Bhandar, Pantnagar Divided into 4 units- Chassis, Engine, Cab BU, CWP & Axle. Has 4 Types of workforce- NTTF, UOU, Layam and Casuals.

OBSERVATION
The working of HR
The workplace environment Visited ALs shops

Secondary data was utilized

LEARNING
How to prepare Organizational Charts
Process of calculation of Manpower

Reasons of gap that arise between the departments due to the variations between supplied manpower and actual manpower

TOOL USED IN THE LEARNING


MOST: Maynard Operation Sequence Technique In this technique, a pre-determined motion study is done, that sets a standard time for workers.

Basically, a task is broken into individual motion elements and each is assigned a numerical units.

No. of trucks to be produced in a day = 100 Work time = 8 Hrs, i.e. 480 mins. Total Time = 480/100 = 4.8 min,

This 4.8 min. means in every 4.8 mins end of the previous work and starting the new work, in simple words, it means every operator has to work for 4.8 mins. maximum on the same stage after this, his work will restart from the same stage for the same time and vehicle will be passing from his stage to the another, as his output will be now input for the next stage.

SURVEY
A survey was conducted to continue with the further work, based on the following Research Methodology.

Data Source: Research Approach: Research Instrument: Sampling Scheme: Approach: Sample Size: Strategy Adopted:

Primary and Secondary Data Survey Questionnaire Quota Sampling Direct 20 Exploratory

FINDINGS
Variations exists between the actual and supplied manpower. IEDs calculations were not wrong, reasons were the workplace behavior of workforce. Absenteeism. MOST is acceptable. Supervisors suggested for increasing the time period of stay of the casuals in the Plant.

SUGGESTIONS
Superior-Subordinate relation should be manageable. Requisition for requirement of manpower should be given on time. Casuals should be informed that if they come on regular basis, they are provided with monetary benefits. Need of proper communication channel between HRD and the other departments. Need of Orientation programme for the workforce. Classes of NTTF Associates on the working day should be minimized. MOST is required to revise.

HOW DID I PROVED MYSELF HELPFUL THERE


Carried out the Gap analysis.

Suggested a Performa that was proved helpful.


Prepared organizational charts for them as per their requirement.

GAINING
Learnt how to work sensibly in recession.

How sensitive issues are taken care of. Effective manpower planning is cost-effective Importance of Organizational charts

QUERRIES..??

THANK YOU..!