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Executive Summary

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This project is done for the partial fulfilment of my curriculum of BBA (2008-2010) at Ideal Institute of Management and Technology, Indraprastha University. The training was conducted in KRIBHCO, Noida. Starting with the company profilr i.e. introduction of KRIBHCO, its mission, vision, objectives, performance highlights etc. Then there is an overview of the project tropic i.e. Training and Development & Training and development programme in KRIBHCO. A simple random technique is used for sampling. The sampling frame consists of the employees working in the organisation. For the collection of primary data, a questionnaire is made and secondary data is also collected from the HR folder of the organisation. The objective is to know how training and development process is carried out in KRIBHCO. The final conclusion is that training and development is important for any organisation.

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INDEX

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TOPIC Company Profile

PAGE NO. 5-25

Theoretical Presentation of the Topic

26-45

Research and Methodology

46-48

Analysis and Interpretation of Data

49-65

Findings, Suggestions, Conclusion and Limitations Annexure

66-70

71-74

Bibliography

75-76

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COMPANY PROFILE

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Salient Features of Kribhco
17th April, 1980 : kribhco was incorporated

5th February, 1982 : Foundation stone laid at Hazira(Gujrat) November, 1985 : Urea production started May, 1991 August, 1995 July, 2005 July, 2008 : Seed production started : Bio-Fertilizers production started : OMIFCO started commercial production And 50% marketing of produced urea in India by KRIBHCO. : Acquisition of Shahjahanpur fertilizer complex

Plant Capacity
Ammonia Urea

Day
2*1520 MT 4*1310 MT

Annum
1003200 MT 1729200 MT

Project cost of Hajaria : Rs. 890 crore

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Introduction of KRIBHCO

Krishak Bharati Cooperative Limited (KRIBHCO), a premier Cooperative Society for manufacture of fertilizer, registered under Multi-State Cooperative Societies Act–1985, was promoted by the Govt. of India, IFFCO, NCDC and other agricultural Cooperative societies spread all over the country. KRIBHCO has setup a Fertilizer Complex to manufacture Urea, Ammonia & Biofertilizers at Hazira in the State of Gujarat, on the bank of river Tapti, 15 Kms from Surat city on Surat – Hazira State Highway.

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KRIBHCO plant at Hazaria. Late Smt. Indira Gandhi, former Prime Minister of India laid the Foundation Stone on February 5, 1982. The trial production commenced from November, 1985 and within a very short time of 3 months, the commercial production commenced from March 01, 1986. Since then, it has excelled in performance in all areas of its operations. Hazira Fertiliser Complex has 2 Streams of Ammonia Plant and 4 Streams of Urea Plant. Annual re-assessed capacity for Urea and Ammonia is 1.729 million MT and 1.003 million MT respectively, the total Project cost was Rs. 890 crores as against the estimated cost of Rs. 957 crores. This shows a saving of Rs. 67 crores (approximately 7%) in Capital Cost of the Project.

Ammonia plant

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Urea plant Bio fertilizer plant of 100 MT per year capacity was commissioned at Hazira in August, 1995. KRIBHCO has also completed the installation of an expansion of the Bio-Fertiliser plant with an additional capacity of 150 MT and the same was commissioned in December, 1998. Ten Seed Processing Plants are also in operation in various states.

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MISSION

To act as a catalyst to agricultural and rural development by selecting, financing and managing projects that are both socially desirable and commercially profitable.

VISION

To be a world class organization that represents the farmer community and maximizes returns to them through specialization in agricultural inputs and products and other diversified businesses that maximize stakeholder value.

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OBJECTIVES

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To strengthen Cooperative System. To enhance the urea installed capacity,...
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