Influence of Procedural Justice and Distributive Justice on Organizational Attachment: a Study in Automobile Industries of Pithampur, Indore (M.P.)

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A Dissertation Report
On
Influence of Procedural Justice and Distributive Justice on Organizational Attachment: A study in Automobile Industries
of
Pithampur, Indore (M.P.)

Submitted in the partial fulfillment of

Masters Degree
in
Human Resource Development

Session 2010-2012

Submitted by Under the expert Guidance of

Vidushi Sharma Dr. Avinash D. Pathardikar IV semester Head of Department of
Roll No: 4277 Department of HRD

Department of HRD
VBS Purvanchal University
Jaunpur
DECLARATION
I do hereby declare that , this dissertation report titled as, “ A Dissertation Report on Influence of Procedural Justice and Distributive Justice on Organizational Attachment: a study in automobile industries in Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh", has been submitted in the partial fulfillment of the Masters in Human Resource Development, VBS Purvanchal University, Jaunpur (U.P.), is an original piece of work. It has neither been published nor submitted anywhere before. Any resemblance to this report shall be mere a coincidence.

Vidushi Sharma
IV semester

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
This is to certify that Ms. Vidushi Sharma, student of Masters in Human Resource Development, IV semester has done his dissertation under my supervision on the topic ‘Influence of Procedural Justice and Distributive Justice on Organizational Attachment: a study in automobile industries in Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh'. To the best of my knowledge his research is original piece of work. I wish him good luck for his future endeavors.

Dr. Avinash D. Pathardikar (Human Resource Development)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
A dissertation can never exist and thrive in solitude. Dissertation work is never the work of an individual. It is more a combination of use, suggestions and contributions and work involving many individuals. This Dissertation report also bears the impact of many people. Thus one of the “Words often fail to express one’s inner feelings of gratitude and indebtedness to one’s benefactors, but then it is the only readily available medium through which the undersigned can express their sincere thanks to all those who are associated with the work in one way or the other”. Most pleasant parts of writing this report is the opportunity to thank all those who have contributed towards it.

The project as it stands today is the sincere contributions of a few spirited individuals and the help of some of my friends. I take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude to Mr. Selvaraj P.R. (Sr. General Manager) Indore CNC Pvt. Ltd., Mr., Arun Kumar, Sectional Head (HRD) MAHLE Engine Components India Pvt.Ltd., Mr. Sunil Kumar Pandey (Executive HR) CEBBCO, Mr. M.K.Mishra (Assistanta Manager) PINNACLE Industries, S.K. Dutta (Deputy Manager) Force Motors Ltd., Mr. Dinesh Chandra Vishwakarma (Assistant HR) Caparo Engineering Ltd. who arrange for data collection for my dissertation work.

I am sincerely indebted to my mentor Dr. Avinash D Parthidikar for his outstanding and undeniable considerations. It was he, who always motivated me to give my best to this cause and was always present with the expert guidance and disciplined ideas. I would further like to thank Dr. Sangeeta Sahu, Dr. Rashikesh and Mr. Neeraj Jaiswal for their immense support during my project and for providing me guidance at each stage, full cooperation and encouragement.

I would also like to extend my sincere gratitude towards the staff members of Vivekananda Central library who cooperated with me, at all level during my assigned project. I also show my indebtedness to my institute, Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal...
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