1.1 ABOUT THE PROJECT STUDY:
Organisational functioning is an important factor for any organisation to achieve the desired goals and objectives. This requires coordination at all levels i.e, from managing partners to the layman for the smooth functioning of the organisation. So this report aims to understand the different functions of ROYAL CLASSIC GROUPS in relation to different departments. The main purpose of doing an organisational study is to study the various departments of the organisation and understand the basic functions, purpose, achievements, competitors and the mission and the vision of the company and the progress. This organisational study was very efficient to get the first hand information and understand the functions of all the departments directly. The actual working of the organisation can be efficiently observed through this study. This organisational study was a great experience because I came to know about the working of the organisation by seeing it and hearing the information directly from the concerned persons rather than just collecting the information from the websites and other related books.
1.2 METHODS OF ORGANISATIONAL STUDY:
1.2.1 PRIMARY DATA:
The primary data were collected from the discussions with the managerial heads of the various departments. 1.2.2 SECONDARY DATA:
The secondary data were collected from the various websites, reports and other concerned books.
2.ABOUT THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY
2.ABOUT THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY Textile manufacturing is a major industry. It is based in the conversion of three types of fibre into yarn, then fabric, then textiles. These are then fabricated into clothes or other art facts. Cotton remains the most important natural fibre, so is treated in depth. There are many variable processes available at the spinning and fabric-forming stages coupled with the complexities of the finishing and colouration processes to the production of wide ranges of products. There remains a large industry that uses hand techniques to achieve the same results. Almost all commercial textiles are produced by industrial methods. Textiles are still produced by pre-industrial processes in village communities in Asia, Africa and South America, as a artisan craft and a hobby in Europe and North America. 2.1 PROCESSING OF COTTON
Cotton is the world's most important natural fibre. In the year 2007, the global yield was 25 million tons from 35 million hectares cultivated in more than 50 countries. There are five stages
Cultivating and Harvesting
3.OVERVIEW OF THE ORGANIZATION
Headquarters Tirupur, India
Key people Mr.R.GOPALAKRISHNAN,
Diploma Holder In Textile Technology, with 30 years experience in the Industry He spearheads on strategy of Company, with hands-on control over manufacturing
Diploma Holder In Civil Engineering,
with 20 years experience in the Industry
He heads all manufacturing and
Retailing of Domestic brand sand export business
Products T-shirts, casual shirts, executive wear trousers, denims, sportswear, jackets, sweaters, vests, briefs, trunks
Employees Over 2000 direct & indirect employees
4.ABOUT THE COMPANY
4.ABOUT THE COMPANY
RCG's core values are centred on maintaining the highest standards of ethics and business practices in order to achieve the overall objective of being a global player through the relentless pursuit of perfection. Innovations in manufacturing of garments occur in our production facilities very often. Our specialization reflects in the quality of the goods delivered, as the workers, executives and machinery are trained and tuned for that purpose. 4.2 ABOUT THE COMPANY:
RCG, a 60 million US $ company, vertically integrated textile major, has been the...