PROJECT REPORT ON
“MEASURING TRAINING EFECTIVENESS”BY CALCULATING TRANSFER OF LEARNING
TATA STEEL INTRODUCTION
STRATEGIC BUSINESS UNITS
12) INTRODUCTION TO THE TOPIC
13) TITLE OF THE PROJECT
14) SCOPE OF STUDY – AREAS COVERED
15) METHODOLOGY ADOPTED
16) PRESENT SYSTEM/PROCESS
17) IMPROVEMENT IN THE PROCESS
18) SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRES
I hereby declare that the project report on the topic
“Measuring Training Effectiveness” of
Submitted as partial fulfillment of “MBA” in Human Resource Management is my original work. It has neither been published nor submitted
Anywhere in any manner prior. To it submission to
When expressed in words the fillings of gratitude is only partly conveyed with humble submission.
At first I would like to acknowledge my thanks to I wish to express my deep gratitude and respect to Ms. Ratna Sinha, Head, Management Development and Mr. Gautam Ghosh of TMDC, for selecting me for doing this project work at TISCO. Without their permission it would not have been possible to do the project in this esteemed organization.
I will also like to thank my project guide Mrs,Sushmitha Shrivathsav of Tata Steel for her valuable and enlighten guidance with critical appraisal of ideas impressed in this project work. It is needless to say that without her kind co-operation and Inspiration and more over, due to timely and consistent guidance this could have not attended the present shape.
I would also like to thank each and every employee of TMDC for giving me time from his or her busy time schedule to complete this project.
SECTION – 1
INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATION
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Tata steel Introduction
Backed by 100 glorious years of experience in steel making, Tata Steel is the world’s 6th largest steel company with an existing annual crude steel production capacity of 30 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA). Established in 1907, it is the fist integrated steel plant in Asia and is now the world’s second most geographically diversified steel producer and a Fortune 500 Company.
Tata Steel has a balanced global presence in over 50 developed European and fast growing Asian markets, with manufacturing units in 26 countries.
It was the vision of the founder; Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, that on 27th February, 1908, the first stake was drive into the soil of Sakchi. His vision helped Tata Steel overcome several periods of adversity and strive to improve against all odds.
Tata Steel’s Jamshedpur (India) Works has a crude steel production capacity of 6.8 MTPA which is slated to increase to 10 MTPA by 2010. The company also has proposed three Green filed Steel Projects in the States of Jharkhand, Orissa and Chhattisgarh in India with additional capacity of 23 MTPA and a Green filed project in Vietnam.
Through investments in Corus, Millennium Steel (renamed Tata Steel Thailand) and Nat Steel Holdings, Singapore, Tata Steel has created a manufacturing and marketing network in Europe, South East Asia and the pacific-rim countries. Corus, which manufactured over 20 MTPA of Steel in 2008, has operations in the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Norway and Belgium.
Tata Steel Thailand of is the largest producer of long steel products in Thailand, with a manufacturing capacity of 1.7 MTPA. Tata Steel has proposed a 0.5 MTPA Almini blast furnace project in Thailand. Nat Steel Holdings produces about 2 MTPA of steel products across its regional operations in seven countries.
Tata Steel, through its joint venture with Tata Blue Scope Steel Limited, has also entered the steel building and...
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