Absenteeism in Indian Private Industries

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Institute Of Innovation In Technology & Management


Submitted In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement of Bachelor of Business Administration (Computer Aided Management), Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

Submitted To: Submitted By: Ms. Neha Bhatia Ms. Keerty dabas 00290301909


I Ms. Keerty dabas, Roll No. 00290301909 certify that the Minor Project Report (Paper Code. 213) entitled “ABSENTEEISM IN PRIVATE INDUSTRIES” is completed by me by collecting the material from the referenced sources. The matter embodied in this has not been submitted earlier for the award of any degree or diploma to the best of my knowledge and belief.

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Certified that the Minor Project Report (Paper Code. 213) entitled “ABSENTTEISM IN PRIVATE INDUSTRIES” done by Ms. Keerty dabas, Roll No. 00290301909, is completed under my guidance.

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I express my heartfelt gratitude to our lecturer Ms. Neha Bhatia, project guide , HR, IITM who took keen interest and guided and supported me throughout this study.

My special thanks are due to my parents and my siblings who gave me valuable suggestions and moral support. Last but not the least, I am very grateful to my friends for their precious time and help to complete this project.

Keerty Dabas


S. No.| Topics| Page No.| Signature|
1| Introduction| 1| |
2| Objectives Of The Study| 13| |
3| Methodology Adopted :Primary DataSecondary Data| 14| | 4| Analysis Of The Study| 16| |
5| Interpretation Of Results| 27| |
6| Suggestions / Recommendations| 29| |
7| References / Bibliography| 32| |



Absenteeism forms a major problem in industrial settings. They are indicators of low efficiency and reflect an attitude of dissatisfaction, unrest, lack of interest and grievances. They provide an index of job satisfaction and employee morale. There is no uniform definition of absenteeism. Hackett defines absenteeism as “a temporary cessation of work for not less than one whole working day, on the initiative of the workers, when his presence is expected”. This is a general definition of absenteeism. Technically it can be defined as the ratio of the number of days or shifts scheduled to work. According to a circular issued by the Labour Department, Govt. of India absenteeism rate refers to “the total man-shifts lost because of absence as a percentage of the total man-shifts scheduled”. For estimating the rate of absenteeism, “we require the number of persons scheduled to work and the number actually present. A worker who present who reports for any part of the shift is to be considered present. An employee is to be considered scheduled to the work, when the employee has available work and the employee is aware of it, and when the employer has no reason to expect, well in advance, that the worker will not be available for the work at the specified time”.

Regularly scheduled vacations, ordered lay off; strikes and absence after dismissal are excluded while estimating absenteeism. Thus, the rate of absenteeism can be estimated by the formula: Absence= (number of...
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