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SUMMER INTERNSHIP AT GNFC

Presented by :- juhi agrawal Roll no :- 1010

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION

A public sector enterprise. Setup in Bharuch 10th May, 1976 One of the worlds largest single- stream ammonia- urea fertilizer complexes GNFC today has extended its profile much beyond fertilizers GNFC has also made a foray into the arena of e-security for potential future growth in the Info Tech Sector.

Two aims: (i) To do social work for society & (ii) To make strong economy of Indian country.

PRESENT MANPOWER STATUS

Level of Employees Officer level

Number 1500

Staff level
Total

1300
2800

DEPARMENTS IN GNFC

Finance
Marketing and distribution

Dispatch and logistics


Administration Materials management Human resource management

MINI PROJECT
Evaluation of Employees Training and Development

TOPIC AT A GLANCE

Training and Development a base for all the employees and Organisation. Training is an important sub-system of Human resource development.

Need of study
Correcting employees performance deficiencies. Examining changes due to training activities.

Some facts about GNFC Training centre:


A well- maintained and well equipped training centre. Recruitment of certain amount of apprentice training per year. Majority workforce from training centre itself.

Various functions are performed at the training centre.

Training programs
In-house training programs Out-house training programs

a) b)

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Problem Statement Hypothesis Research design Method of data collection Sample size Method of sampling (sample design)

Objectives of the study:Evaluation of employees training & development. Identifying the strengths and weaknesses. Determining success in accomplishment of objectives.

Scope and advantage :Knowledge about H.R field. Training & development to the employees. Arrive at valuable interpretations.

Limitations :Answers given by employees have to be believed. Could not refer back.

Benefits to the organisation:Improved quality of training activities. Improved ability of the trainers . Better discrimination of training activities . Better cooperation between trainers and line-managers. Closer integration of training aims and organizational objectives. Training department can be more accountable.

DATA ANALYSIS
Q-1) Age of the Employees Q-2) Experience of the Employees
Experience of the employees
16 14 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 20-25 25-30 Above 30 12

Age of the employees


16

10
8

Age of the employees


6 4 2 0

Experience of the employees

less than 3yrs

3 to 5 yrs

more than 5 yrs

Q-3) Rating of scale from 1-6 indicating, 1 being strongly agree and 6 being strongly disagree.
1.Performance of a job that matches skill of employee.

5.48

2) You are given sufficient flexibility to perform your job.

5.48

3) The organization rewards or recognizes the employee behavior

4.12

4) You feel comfortable working with your team members

4.6

5) The company provides you a safe work environment by accident prevention & safety programs

5 5.04

6) Your salary is fair, equitable and competitive

4.36

7) Performance is regularly tracked and measured

5 5.04

8) Performance is appropriately rewarded with raises, incentives, rewards and recognition

5.52

Q-4) Do your top management take feedback review

Q-5) Employees training programs carried out in past one year

Feedback review by top management

Training programs held


20 18 16 14 12 10

Yes No

8 6 4 2 0 Nil 1 2 3 4

Training programs held

Q-6) Do you think sufficient information is given by the training centre about your job?
Sufficient information by the training centre
18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Yes No Neutral

Q-7) Do you think there should be an improvement in training activities being conducted?
Improvement required in training centre activities
18
16 14 12

Sufficient information by the training centre

10 8 6 4 2 0 Yes No Neutral

Improvement required in training centre activities

FINDINGS

Analysis is done through charts. Answers are either highly rated or yes in the questionnaire. It can be interpreted that the employees training & development is positive. Satisfaction among employees is high. Majority employees are satisfied by the current scenario of the training activities.

SUGGESTIONS

More emphasis on needs of employees. Appraisal to the employees whenever needed. Seminars related to the work of the employees should be organized . Employee should get chance to work in different areas or sectors. Regular track of employees performance should be maintained.

CONCLUSION

Evaluation of employees training and development has resulted in positive manner. Objective has been fulfilled or accomplished in a positive way. Training period with GNFC was a great experience.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Reference books:

Research Methodology and Operational Research (By cooper & schindler) Human Resource Management (By Gargy Dessler and Biju Verkkery)

Reference websites: www.gnfc.in