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  CONTENTS   Chapter-I      Introduction    Company profile    Organization structure    Schemes and guidelines    HR sub systems Chapter-II    Identification of Training & Development Needs    Collating of Training needs    Preparation of Training Plan    Finalisation with Faculty     Nomination to Training Programs    Organising training programs    Taking Feedback    Summarising feedback    Chapter-III    Evaluation of training feedback    Sponsoring to outside training programs    ISO Records    Observing one training at conference hall Chapter-IV    Plant visit and study of Production Process Chapter-V    Report writing and Finalisation of the same/ obtaining certificate    CHAPTER-I  INTRODUCTION:   Training often has been referred to as teaching specific skills and behaviour. It is usually reserved for who have to be brought up to performing level in some specific skills. The skills are almost always behavioural as distinct from conceptual or intellectual. Development, is considered to be more general than training and more oriented to individual needs in addition to organisational needs and it is most often aimed toward management people. There is more theory involved with such education and hence less concern with specific behaviour than is the case with training. The intent of training is to provide knowledge and understanding that will enable  people to carry out non-technical organisational functions more effectively such as decision making and relating to people. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY    To find out various Training and development programmes conducted in OCL.    To find out how an employee implementing the ideas that are imparted in training sessions.    To study the effectiveness of the training policy and attitude oftrained executives towards the training policy implemented in OCL.    To explore the current scenario of the training programmes and to give suggestions to increase the effectiveness of the training system Oraganistion selected for undergoing project For fulfilling my study of research work for training and development I have chosen OCL India Ltd, Rajgangpur as my study place.  Company profile  Sjt. Jaidayalji Dalmia, an industrialist of farsighted vision set up a cement plant at Rajgangpur during 1950 - 51 at the request of government of Odisha to manufacture super grade cement for use in the construction of Hirakud dam. The srcin of OCL was seeded in the time that signaled India‟s independence. A dream unleashed. A blue print of growth was drawn. Endeavors to reconstruct economy set in. Indian industry woke up to the key challenge of self- reliance. Agriculture took a turn to modernity with construction of dams across the country. Against such a bubbling background Sjt. Jaidayalji Dalmia, an industrialist of farsighted vision set up a cement plant at Rajgangpur during 1950 - 51 at the request of government of Odisha to manufacture super grade cement for use in the construction of Hirakud dam. The plant that went on steam as Orissa cement limited during 1952 transformed itself into OCL India Limited during 1996 to  better reflect its multifarious activities. From a modest 500 TPD capacity imported single wet process Kiln of FL Smidth make of Denmark, the house of 'Konark' brand cement has journeyed a long way. To cater the growing demand the company enhanced its installed capacity with addition of its second wet process 600 TPD kiln in 1957.
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