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Study the employee, staff benefit,recruitment&selection procedure at Diesel Locomotive Works(DLW) VaranasiSUBMITTED TO



Master of Business Administration MBABY SHIPRA Roll no. 1116570040

Kanpur Institute of Technology A-1, UPSIDC Industrial Area, Rooma, Kanpur- 208001.

CERTIFICATEThis is to certify that the Summer Training Report entitled study of employees , staff benefit,recruitment and selection procedure at Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW) submitted by (SHIPRA) in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of degree MBA to Kanpur Institute of Technology, Uttar Pradesh Technical University is a record of the candidates own work carried out by him/ her under my supervision. The matter embodied in this dissertation is original and has not been submitted for the award of any other degree.

Signature: HOD/ Dean/ Director

(XXXXXXXXX) Supervisor Date:

PREFACEIn this new era all the countries & their companies are trying their best to improve economic growth. This trend has created a very complex & competitive environment in the field of business & commerce. In order to keep oneself in competition & win the race a new system of management is needed.

The most unique challenge for organization comes with respect to the management of human resources to ensure the availability of sufficient number & quality of human resources at all times for the successful achievement of organization objective.

At the completion of SECOND SEMESTER every student has to complete a summer training project allotted by his/her college. This particular report is for every student of M.B.A (SECOND SEMESTER) to provide them particular knowledge about each & every aspect of business.

It is related of specialization viz. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT&FINANCE. It is important because it provides the student about particular knowledge of field which is very essential beside the theoretical knowledge.

This summer training


(Major) specialization whose topic isStudy of the employee,staff benefit,recruitment&selection procedure at DLW

Therefore I am submitting this report prepared within limited time & resources within an adequate practical knowledge.


I am grateful to Prof. P. K. Jain Sir, Director of Kanpur Institute of Technology(KIT), Kanpur and all faculty members who have helped me during the course of completion of this project. I would like to thank Mr. Sanjay Krishna (SEE,Planning Office, DLW) & Mr. J.P Singh(Chief Staff &Welfare Inspector, Personnell Dept,DLW)Varanasi and Dr. Sanjay Bharti (HOD) (MBA-Department) &Mr. Pramendra Kumar Singh(Mentor of Summer Traning Report) for encouraging me to undertake this study. This research report is a result of learning, hard work and last but not the least external help from the KIT, Kanpur which is like a bless.

Shipra M.B.A. (3rd sem)




1. To know different acts relating to employees and staff benefits at DLW. 2. To know how much amount employee&employer has to contribute under provident funds for the benefits. 3. 3 To know various measures in order to improve the productivity at DLW. 4. 4 To know why the various acts were made. 5. To know the measure to taken regarding employee welfare &staff benefit in order to improve the productivity.

REASEARCH METHODOLOGY Sample sizeSample size refers to the number of people selected from the population or universe to constitute the sample for conducting of survey. I will take sample size of 100.

UniverseThe universe is the entire group of items or population to which the researcher wants to study or generalize. The aggregate of all units pertaing to study , is called universe. In other words , it can be defined as the region constituting the population about which the research is conducted . As the universe un this survey will be DLW and the study will conducted in this region only.

Data collectionThere are two types of data a) Primary data b) Secondary data Primary data is the data directly collected from the samples selected . it is the original from of data and the first hand information . The best way of data collection, is the primary data collection , because it has a better scope of getting required information .The research approach adopted will be Survey research along with the observational research of every stage of study.

Sampling TechniqueAs the universe is quite large , so a relatively small group of individuals are selected , which are able to represent the whole universe. My project will follow the Non probabability and Convenience sampling technique . This technique also means selecting whatever samples are easily available or the respondents which meet accidently are also included . It is a good for testing and gaining ideas even when the list of population is unavailable.

Significance of StudyThe report will present a about To study the employee and benefit,recruitment&selection procedure at Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW),Varanasi.

Data analysis &interpretation (Planning Office)


Diesel electric locomotives were introduced on Indian Railways in 1950's to exploit their versatility, better hauling capabilities, low maintenance requirements and overall cost advantages as compared to steam locomotives. Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW) was established in 1961 in collabora

tion with M/s ALCO, USA in the ancient city of Varanasi to undertake indigenous manufacture of diesel electric locomotives for meeting increasing transportation needs of Indian Railways. Over the years, DLW's production has progressively increased and it produced 190 High Horse Power locomotives in the year 2011-12 which has surpassed all past records of HHP loco production. ALCO locomotives are now almost fully indigenous. Through in house development efforts, the original imported design has been made 7% more fuel-efficient and has also been successfully uprated to deliver 3600 HP. In order to upgrade the technology and keep pace with the latest, Indian Railways entered into an agreement in year 1995 with M/s General Motors, USA for Transfer of Technology for the manufacture of 4000 HP state-of-the-art, AC-AC, microprocessor controlled, fuel efficient WDG4 / WDP4 locomotives at DLW. These locomotives are now being manufactured at DLW in increasing numbers. The first indigenous freight version WDG4 loco was manufactured in March 2002 and the first passenger version WDP4 loco in March 2003. Till 31st March 2012, 720 such locomotives have been manufactured. DLW has manufactured 6300 locomotives (including 720 high horse power EMD locomotives) and 56 high capacity diesel-generating sets till 31st March 2012. This includes 474 locomotives for Non Railway Customers in India like Power Plants, Port Trusts, Steel Plants etc and 105 locomotives for export to Tanzania, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Sudan, Myanmar, Senegal and Mali. Thirty Six Meter-Gauge locomotives manufactured by DLW are also operating on lease in Malaysia. DLW is an ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 Certified Organization covering Quality, Environment, Health & Safety Management Systems.


Set up in 1961 as a green-field project in technical collaboration with ALCO/USA to Manufacture Diesel Electric Locomotives.

First locomotive rolled out and dedicated to nation in January,1964. Transfer-of-Technology agreement signed with General Motors/ USA in October,95 to manufacture state-of-the-art high traction AC-AC diesel locomotives.

A flagship company of Indian Railways offering complete range of flanking products in its area of operation.

State-of-the art Design and Manufacturing facility to manufacture more than 150 locomotives per annum with wide range of related products viz. components and sub-assemblies.

Unbeatable trail-blazing track record in providing cost-effective, ecofriendly and reliable solutions to ever-increasing transportation needs for over three decades.

Fully geared to meet specific transportation needs by putting PriceValue-Technology equation perfectly right.

A large base of delighted customers among many countries viz. Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Tanzania to name a few, bearing testimony to product leadership in its category.


Annual production capacity Annual turn-over (Rs) Total number of staff Workshop land Township area Covered area in shops

125 Locomotives 5000 million 7223 89 Hectares 211 Hectares 86300 Sq.m

Covered area of other service buildings Electrical power requirement (Average maximum demand) Electrical energy consumption (units/year) Stand by power generation capacity

73700 Sq.m 3468 KVA

19.8 million 3000 KW

ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH & SAFETYQuality, Environment, Health & Safety management systems DLW's Vision "To be a world class Diesel Electrical Locomotive manufacturer DLW's Mission We shall achieve our vision through continuous improvement in the areas of Human Resource Development, Product Quality and Development of Buyer supplier partnership and team work with emphasis on core competence leading to customer satisfaction and Business Excellence. DLW's made integrated Quality, Environment, Health & Safety Policy Diesel Locomotive Works is a Production Unit of Indian Railways, manufacturing Dieselelectric Locomotives, Diesel Generating sets and their spares for Indian Railways, NonRailway Customers and exports. We are co