Report on Recruitment and Promotion

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PROJECT REPORT
ON

“RECRUITMENT process”
IN ONGC

Submitted To :Submitted By:
Mrs. Sameeksha UniyalBHAWNA SAHNI
Faculty HRBBA Vth Semester
In partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award
the degree of
Bachelor of Business Administration
(HNB Garhwal University)

Graphic era institute of technology, DEHRADUN

MEANING OF THE PROJECT

The world project has a great importance in the development of the new things, idea or technique. The Importance becomes specific for the academic purpose. When the study is about management then it becomes more specific. Each single alphabet of this word represents the phase of management. P - It implies ‘PLANNING’ planning gives the framework of future of future. It is a pre determined procedure about the future work. R - It implies ‘RESOURCES’ or the available means, which we will go ahead. Resources have their own role in the development of any organization. O – It implies ‘OPERATION’ or the existing or adopted sequential procedure. J-It implies ‘JOINT EFFORTS’ which directly indicates towards coordination or team work. E- It implies ‘EFFECTIVENESS’ Every aspect of the project should be effective. C- It means to ‘COLLECT’ that is to bring together all the relevant things which are necessary to make any project effectives. T- It implies ‘Techniques’ without a new or developed technique an organization can’t compete in this highly changing environment.

INDEX…..
S.No Content …………………………………Page No. 1. Chapter 1.
Company Profile………………………………
2. Chapter 2.
Introduction to the topic
“Recruitment Policy in ONGC.”……………… 3. Chapter 3.
Research methodology………………………
4. Chapter 4.
Data Analysis & Interpretation
(graphical representation of the
Questionnaire.) ……………………………… 5. Chapter 5.
Conclusion…………………………………… 6. Chapter 6.
Recommendation …………………………… 7. Chapter 7.
Annexure ( Questionnaire)…………………… 8. Chapter 8.
Bibliography ……………………………………

A
PROJECT
ON
“RECRUITMENT
PROCESS”
IN
ONGC

(TEL BHAVAN, DEHRADUN)

O.N.G.C.
A Profile

company profile
a brief history of ongc (oil and natural gas corporation)

In 1955, Government of India decided to develop the oil and natural gas resources in the various regions of the country as part of the Public Sector development. With this objective, an Oil and Natural Gas Directorate was formed. In 1956 directorate raised to the status of commission with enhanced powers. The directorate was converted in statutory body by an act of parliament. So ONGC was setup to explore oil and natural gas resources in the country. Since its inception, ONGC has been important in transforming the country's limited upstream sector into a large viable playing field, with its activities spread throughout India and significantly in overseas territories. ONGC went offshore in early 70's and discovered a giant oil field in the form of Bombay High, now known as Mumbai High .With the liberalized economic policy, adopted by the Government of India in July 1991, ONGC was re-organized as a limited Company under the Company's Act, 1956 in February 1994. ONGC is a public sector undertaking. It has impressive track record of progressive over the last 50 years. ONGC is today one of the largest oil exploration and production companies. It is premier National Corporation contributing over 40% of domestic oil and gas production. ONGC ranks among the top 20 oil companies of the world. ONGC has discovered 225 oil and gas fields and out of wells. It has deployed around over 4000 Oil/Gas injections wells. It has deployed around 43 seismic parties for 2D and 3D data acquisition in India. ONGC operates 91 on land and 21...
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