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MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA
SWARAJ DIVISION
INDUCTION AND ORIENTATION PROGRAMME AT SWARAJ

MANJOT KAUR GILL
MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA SWARAJ DIVISION
28/7/2011

2012
ACER

1/1/2012

SUMMER TRAINING REPORT
On

“INDUCTION”

Submitted by: Puneet Rawat

UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
CHANDIGARH

Declaration
This is to certify that this project on induction done at Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd (Swaraj Division), Mohali is an original and authentic work carried out by me under the guidance of Mrs. Nimisha Ahuja, Manager-HR, Swaraj and submitted to University institute of engineering and Technology Chandigarh Place: Mohali Puneet Rawat

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the support and cooperation of all those who enabled the successful completion of this project.

I would like to extend my sincere gratitude towards Mr. Parmod Lamba(Vice President-HR) and Mrs. Nimisha Ahuja (Manager-HR), under whose guidance I undertook this project, for extending the advice and direction that is required to carry on a study of this nature, and for helping me with the intricate details of the project every step of the way.

I would like to thank all the employees who spared their precious time to answer all my queries and helped me to complete this project.

Last but not the least. Thanks are also due innumerable other people including various employees in all the departments, all my faculty and my friends, whom I have not mentioned but nonetheless have played an important role in making my summer training a memorable one.
Table of Contents

Acknowledgement ……………………………………………. 4 Table of Contents ……………………………………………... 5-6 1 Introduction………………………………………….... …………. 7 1.1Introduction to Induction…………………………………… 8-17 2Introduction - Company Profile ……………………………….. 18-28 3Project Detail …………………………………………………………… 29 4 Research Methodology………………………………...32-45 4.1 Aim of the project………………………………..... 34 4.2 Scope of the project……………………………......34 4.3 Survey Methodology……………………………… 34 4.4 Research design…………………………………… 35

5 Analysis and Interpretations………………………………38-45 6 Loopholes………………………………………………………….48 7 Recommendations……………………………………………..50 8 Implementations………………………………………………52 9 Bibliography……………………………………………………54

10 Annexure ……………………………………………………….55-85

INTRODUCTION
| | INTRODUCTION TO INDUCTIONIntroduction An induction program welcomes New joinees to an organization and assists them prepare for their role by providing the necessary information, resources and motivation to assist new joinees to adjust to the work environment quickly.  Additionally, if we want new members of staff to grow and develop and to take responsibility and act on initiative we have to show them at an early stage that the organization will help them do these things.  Induction is the ideal place to inform them of this organizational commitment.An induAn induction program can familiarise new joinees with the range of topics including: * History, mission, vision and values of your organization * Occupational health and safety issues and procedures * Work procedures and reimbursements * Company...
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