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REPORT ON SUMMER INTERNSHIP TRAINING AT

SAVE INDUSTRY , COIMBATORE

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the
Degree of Master of Commerce (International Business & Finance)

By

KALIYAMURTHI.K
Register No. 32211022

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
CHEPAUK, CHENNAI 600 005.

July 2012

KALIYAMURTHI.K
Register no. 32211022

DECLARATION

I hereby declare that the report on Internship Training carried out during the period of 45 days from 14th May, 2012 to 28th June, 2012 at SAVE INDUSTRY, COIMBATORE is a record of original work done by me.

Place: Chennai Signature.
Date:

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
CHENNAI – 600 005

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the Summer Internship Report on “SAVE INDUSTRY VILANKURICHI,COIMBATORE ” submitted to the Department of Commerce, University of Madras for the award of the M.Com. (International Business and Finance) Degree is a record of the bonafide work carried out by Mr K.KALIYAMURTHI Register No. 32211022 a final year student of M.Com (International Business and Finance).

Dr. S. GURUSAMY
Professor and Head

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I am grateful to Dr. S. GURUSAMY, Professor and Head, Department of Commerce, University of Madras, for the opportunity and academic environment provided to perform this summer internship.
My heartfelt thanks to Mr. A.ASHOKBABU, Managing partner , Save Industry, Coimbatore in extending his support by permitting me to undergo the summer internship training.My sincere thanks to the staff members for their co-operation in the completion of this training on time.

I am indebted to all the Professors of Department of Commerce, University of Madras, for their guidance which rendered me to perform a quality work in the completion and compilation of this report.

My special thanks to all my friends for their moral support in this summer internship training.
Last but not the least, I express my hearty and sincere thanks to my parents for their personal support.
I am always thankful to the almighty for giving me the courage and strength in all aspects to complete my study successfully.

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Chapter| Index| Page no.|
1| Introduction| 7|
2| Profile of training unit| 8|
3| Duration of the internship| 12|
4| Nature of work assigned and performance| 13|
5| Knowledge gained| 18|
6| Conclusion| 19|

SUMMER INTERNSHIP REPORT

INTRODUCTION
Water is the common name applied to the liquid form (state) of the hydrogen and oxygen compound H2O. Pure water is an odorless, tasteless, clear liquid. Water is one of nature's most important gifts to mankind. Essential to life, a person's survival depends on drinking water. Water is one of the most essential elements to good health. Water pumps are used extensively for indication and domestic needs. These are mostly used to provide water for human use as well as drinking water for large sheep stocks. The agricultural sector accounts for about 30% of electricity consumption in India. The largest population of inefficient pumps and systems is also to be found in this sector. Two factors that adversely impact electricity consumption are, efficiency of the pumping system, and inadequate standards for motors and pump-sets. ICPCI is involved in several initiatives targeted at improving the equipment and distribution system efficiencies in the Agricultural sector. Our activities aim at assisting the regulatory system to promote the use of high efficiency pumping equipment (motors and pumps). The activities also cover training workshops for reminders, pump repairers and technical experts, to create awareness of the impact of copper in the performance of agricultural pumps. Pumps are commonly rated by horsepower, flow rate, outlet pressure in meters (or feet) of head, inlet suction in suction feet (or meters) of head. The head can be...
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