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    A SUMMER INTERNSHIP REPORT ON

    ANALYSIS OF PHYSICAL DISTRIBUTION OF HZL IN DOMESTIC MARKET

    AT

    Under the guidance of

    Mr Santosh Pullewar

    Submitted by

    Ram Paliwal

    For

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    Contents Pageno.

    1 ACKNOWLEDGMENT

    2 PREFACE

    3 CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION OF STUDY

    4 CHAPTER-2 INDUSTRY PROFILE

    5 CHAPTER-3 COMPANY AND PRODUCTPROFILE

    6 CHAPTER-6 LITRETURE SURVEY

    7 CHAPTER- 7 OBJECTIVES OF REPORT

    8 CHAPTER-8 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

    9 CHAPTER-9 DATA ANALYSIS

    10 CHAPTER-10 FINDINGS

    11 CHAPTER-10 CONCLUSIONS

    12 CHAPTER-11 SUGGESTIONS

    13 Annexure

    14 BIBLIOGRAPHY

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    15 Glossary of technicalwords

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    CHAPTER-1

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    INTRODUCTION

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    CHAPTER - 2

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    VEDANTA AN OVERVIEW

    They are an LSE-listed diversified FTSE 100 metals and mining company, and Indias largestnon- ferrous metals and mining company based on revenues. Their business is principally locatedin India, one of the fastest growing large economies in the world.

    In addition, they have additional assets and operations in Zambia and Australia. They areprimarily engaged in copper, zinc, aluminium and iron ore businesses, and are also developing acommercial power generation business.

    They have experienced significant growth in recent years through various expansion projects fortheir copper, zinc and aluminium businesses and their acquisition of Sesa Goa in April2007, which enabled us to enter the iron ore business. Revenue from their businesses increasedfrom $3,701.8 million in fiscal 2006 to $7,930.5 million in fiscal 2010, representing a compoundannual growth rate of 21%.

    They believe their experience in operating and expanding their businesses in India will allow usto capitalise on attractive growth opportunities arising from Indias large mineral reserves,relatively low cost of operations and large and inexpensive labour and talent pools.

    They believe they are also well positioned to take advantage of the significant growth inindustrial production and investments in infrastructure in India, China, Southeast Asia and theMiddle East, which they expect will continue to create strong demand for metals.

    Vedanta

    Resources plc

    Vedanta Resources plc is a diversified metals and mining company with revenues inexcess of US$6 billion. They are proud to be the first Indian manufacturing company to

    be listed on the London Stock Exchange.

    Their experienced workforce of over 30,000 people is distributed among their operatinglocations in India, Zambia and Australia.

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    The principal members of their consolidated group of companies are as follows:

    COPPER BUSINESS

    Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd. Sterlite is headquartered in Mumbai. Sterlite has been a public listedcompany in India since 1988, and its equity shares are listed and traded on the NSE and the BSE, andare also listed and traded on the NYSE in the form of ADSs. Vedanta owns 53.9% of Sterlite and havemanagement control of the company.

    Konkola Copper Mines. They own 79.4% of KCMs share capital and have management control ofthe company. KCMs other shareholder is ZCCM Investment Holdings Plc. The Government ofZambia has a controlling stake in ZCCM Investment Holdings Plc.

    Copper Mines of Tasmania Pty Ltd. CMT is headquartered in Queenstown, Tasmania. Sterliteowns 100.0% of CMT and has management control of the company.

    ZINC BUSINESS

    Hindustan Zinc Limited. HZL is headquartered in Udaipur in the State of Rajasthan. HZLs equityshares are listed and traded on the NSE and BSE. Sterlite owns 64.9% of the share capital in HZL andhas management control. Sterlite has a call option to acquire the Government of Indias remainingownership interest.

    ALUMINIUM BUSINESS

    Bharat Aluminium Company Ltd. BALCO is headquartered at Korba in the State of Chhattisgarh.Sterlite owns 51.0% of the share capital of BALCO and has management control of the company. The

    Government of India owns the remaining 49.0%. Sterlite exercised an option to acquire theGovernment ofIndias remaining ownership interest in BALCO in March 2004.

    Vedanta Aluminium Ltd. Vedanta Aluminium is headquartered in Lanjigarh, State of Orissa.Vedanta owns 70.5% of the share capital of Vedanta Aluminium and Sterlite owns the remaining29.5% share capital of Vedanta Aluminium.

    IRON ORE BUSINESS

    Sesa Goa Limited. Sesa Goa is headquartered in Panaji, India, and its equity shares are listed andtraded on the NSE and BSE. They own 57.1% of Sesa and have management control of the company.

    COMMERCIAL POWER GENERATION BUSINESS

    Sterlite Energy Limited. Sterlite Energy is headquartered in Mumbai. Sterlite owns 100.0% ofSterlite Energy and has management control of the company.

    Madras Aluminium Company Ltd. MALCO is headquartered in Mettur, India. MALCOs equity sharesare listed and traded on the NSE and BSE. They own 93.9% of MALCO s share capital and have managementcontrol of the company

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    MISSION

    Their mission is to be a world-class metals and mining group and generate

    superior financial returns.

    THEIR VALUES

    ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    They foster an entrepreneurial spirit throughout their businesses and value the ability to foreseebusiness opportunities early in the cycle and act on them swiftly. Whether it be developingorganic growth projects, making strategic acquisitions or creating entrepreneurs from within,they ensure an entrepreneurial spirit at the heart of their workplace. Their ability totranslate an idea into reality within the shortest possible timeframe is critical to their rapid

    growth and diversification into new areas and commodities.

    People are their most important asset and from day one they actively encourage them to seeknew opportunities and pursue their goals. They have fostered this entrepreneurial spirit amongstthe individuals and communities who form a part of their entire value chain.

    GROWTH

    They continue to deliver industry-leading growth and generate significant value for theirshareholders. Moreover, their organic growth pipeline is unrivalled and they are confident thatthey will continue to deliver significant growth for shareholders in the future. They have

    pursued growth across all their businesses and into new areas, always on the basis that valuemust be delivered. They do not believe that they are the only beneficiary of their growth. Theysee growth as a means to increase the wealth and prosperity of their society at large.

    They clearly recognise the benefits that their growth brings to their key stakeholders and the

    communities in which they operate. Their growth has enabled us to significantly enhance the lives of

    hundreds of thousands of people in both India and Africa, and has helped to raise their living

    standards significantly

    EXCELLENCE

    Achieving excellence in all that they do is their way of life. They consistently deliver projects

    ahead of time at industry-leading costs of construction and within budget. They are constantlyfocused on achieving a top decile cost of production in each of their businesses. To achieve this,they follow a culture of best practice benchmarking. Their tonne-for-tonne explorationphilosophy is to replace each tonne of ore mined out with at least one tonne of new resource.

    Equally important to us is achieving benchmarks in health, safety and environmentstandards. It is their people who make all this possible. They benchmark their operations andidentify opportunities for continuous improvement and projects with high potential. Without

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    this commitment to excellence, they would not have been able to achieve their growth andexpansion they have managed to date.

    TRUST

    The trust that their stakeholders place in us is key to their success. They recognise that theymust responsibly deliver on the promises they make to earn that trust. They constantly strive tomeet stakeholder expectations of us and deliver ahead of expectations. They always behavein a manner that is consistent and upholds their value system. Trust is also their stakeholdersbelief that they will always act in a competent manner. They take feedback seriously and actupon it. They continuously work to improve ourselves and enhance their ability to deliver at alltimes.

    They actively foster a culture of mutual trust in their interactions with theirstakeholders and encourage an open dialogue which ensures mutual respect. They believethat this is part of being a good corporate citizen.

    SUSTAINABILITY

    They practice sustainability within the framework of well defined governance structures andpolicies and with the demonstrated commitment of their management and employees. Theirsustainability team comprises over 425 full time resources and over 600 extension workers.They aim not only to minimise damage to the environment from their projects but to make a netpositive impact on the environment wherever they work.

    They fully recognise the importance of including local communities and other keystakeholders in their developmen