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A visionary who wanted to lay the foundation of an enterprise that would help
India through her formative years, founded the Thapar Group in the early 1920s.
As pioneers they are the fourth largest industrial conglomerate in the country, with
over 54 different companies and 80 manufacturing plants. Assets have
accumulated over Rs. 24000 million with an annual turnover of about $2 billion.
The group grows annually at the rate of over 19%. The group has diversified
industrial interests that include paper, Chemicals, Textiles, Manmade Fibers,
Glass, Electronics, Heavy Engineering, Diesel Engines, Power Equipment, Motor
and Pump sets, Gensets, transmission and Distribution Equipments etc. Beyond
this, the Thapar Group manufactures equipment for industries related to Aviation,
Mining, Marine, Metallurgy, Oil exploration, Shipping, and Mechanical handling.
Industrial products like Electronic Process Instrumentation Boilers and Furnaces,
Steam and Energy Control Equipment are also the part of Thaper Groups
activities. Software Growth is another area that Thapar Group has explored.
Flagship that represents the Thapar Group:

Ballarpur Industries Ltd.
JCT Ltd.
Compton Greaves Ltd.
Greaves Cotton and Company Ltd
The companies have gone beyond their initial industrial interest and pioneered a
wide range of products and services through their subsidiaries. The Thapar
Groups spectacular growth in a span of over 80 years is a result of two factors:

A clear philosophy that governs the mission of business across all levels of
hierarchy and the openness of mind to share global technologies with those
who are willing and brave.
The Thapar Groups manufacturing values ensure associations only with the
worlds best and most capable corporations.
The group owes its success to a well known attitude of doing business globally and
nationally, an attitude that involves lighting changes, both in terms of technology,
infrastructure, and ability to adopt the changing scenario at home and abroad, and a
warm management philosophy that always puts people first.

1. Established in : 1946
2. Operation of production : 1951
3.1950s Installed Capacity
Spindle : 17856
Looms : 390
4. Present Installed Capacity
Spindles : 63244
Open End Rotors : 1488
Looms : 450( Conventional)
: 172 (Sulzer)
: 69 (Air-Jet)
5. Annual Turnover (in Rs. Crores) : Rs.300 Exceeding
6. Manpower

7. Registered Office : Village Chohal
Distt. Hoshiarpur
146024 (Pb.)
8. Corporate Office : 305-309, 3






Rattan Jyoti building
18, Rajendra palace
New Delhi 110008
9.Export Market:
United Kingdom U.S.A
South East Asia Middle East Asia
Bangladesh Sri lanka
10. Domestic Market:
Defence Services (largest consumers)
Wholesale dealers and retailers
Export merchants
11. Company Secretary : Mr.S.C.Saxena
12. Auditors : S.P Chopra & co.
Chartered accountants
F-31, can naught place
New Delhi- 11000
13. Units
a. Textiles : Phagwara (Punjab)
: Sriganganagar (Rajasthan)
b. Filament : Hoshiarpur (Punjab)



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JCT Limited commenced its textile operations in 1946.The Textiles Division of the
company has grown to be one of the largest composite textile units in Northern
India with an annual turnover of Rs. 300 Crores (USD 70 million) .. Boasting of a
4500-strong work force and the capacity to produce 4 million metres of the finest
cotton and blended fabrics every month, JCT is undoubtedly a major player in both
the domestic and export markets.
JCT has presence all over the world with exports to USA, Europe, Far East, Middle
East, Mauritius, and other countries. The fabric is made for leading international
brands complying with their standard.


In the field of cotton and blended fabrics, JCT has always been a trendsetter. It is
one of the leading manufacturers and exporters of cotton and Synthetic textiles in
the country.
JCT limited Phagwara; a composite unit having spinning, weaving, and processing
facilities. It was incorporated on 28
October, 1946 under the name of M/S Jagatjit
Cotton textiles Mills. The establishment of JCT limited was the result of the
decision taken by the government of India under the post war development plan. It
was decided to locate the mill in the north India and after much discussion;
Kapurthala was selected as a site for textile venture. It was M/S Karamchand Bros.
Ltd. Who entered into a final contract with the government of India to set a mill at
Phagwara (Punjab). The disadvantage of unfavourable weather was offset by other
factors such as cheap labour, availability of raw material, and governments aid.
Thus, the company came into existence in 1946. In the initial years, the business
was on a small scale and the company was manufacturing only cotton fabrics. That
is why it is called Jagatjit Cotton Textiles Ltd. Afterwards the company also
started manufacturing cotton yarn, and nylon 6 filament yarns. JCT has made a big
dent in synthetic markets by producing plain and fancy suiting; both piece dyed
and fibber dyed and dyed yarn shirting in innumerable designs and weaves to cater
the different segments of the market
The policy of management to reinvest its profits year after year led the mill to grow
rapidly into one of the leading textiles mill in the country. In 1995, Rs. 300 crores
was invested for the modernization of the Phagwara unit. This unit is now one of
the most modern units with the state of art technology.
The management for over three decades has implemented the concept of
participative management. The workers/ employees and their representatives are
fully involved in the management and running the affairs of the company. This
policy of management has generated tremendous goodwill for the company
amongst its employees and the result is that the company has a committed
workforce of about 5000 workers and 530 employees and the most cordial
employee- employer relationship.
As this is the era of cutthroat competition, JCT believes in quality, which results in
leadership, and as result, this has led them to tremendous growth. JCT fabrics have
captured profitable sections in the market. There has been a constant growth in the
man-made fibber with a wide variety of nylon and polyester filament yarn.
The mill is situated in Phagwara town on G.T. Road, the national highway number
-1. It is 40 kilometres from Ludhiana towards Amritsar. The location of the mill is
of great advantage as transportation of goods is cheaper, easier and quick.
The complex consists of a mill and the Thapar colony. In the mill, there is a main
production unit, administration offices, go downs, stores, canteen, dispensary, and
the turbines for the generation of electricity.
The residential complex known as Thapar colony is for the officers and other
employees. It includes gymnasium and club. The whole complex, thus, is like a
small town in itself.

JCT Limited, the flagship company of the Thapar Group, has been a fore-runner in
the field of Textiles ever since its inception in 1951. The Group has combined
turnover of US $2 Billion in the year 2004-05. The groups constant endeavor has
been to upgrade manufacturing processes and capacity to world standards, which
has resulted in collaborations with some of biggest multinational corporations like
TEIJIN SEKIE from Japan, NOY-VALLESINA, Zimmer AG, Hitachi Ltd.,
Corning, Mitsubishi Corporation, General Electrical, Westing house and David
JCT Limited, under the leadership of Mr. M Thapar (Chairman) and Mr. Samir
Thapar (Vice Chairman) is premier Indian Cotton Textiles and Nylon Filament
Yarn manufacturer having manufacturing facilities in Northern India. JCT Limited
is well renowned brand name in Cotton Textiles and Synthetic yarn communities
in India and abroad. For their regular and consistent exports Govt. of India has
awarded Export house status to the company for past 10years on regular basis.
JCT belongs to THAPAR GROUP, one of the most reputed business groups in
India. The Thapar group of companies was founded in early 1920s by Late Lala
Karam Chand Thapar, which grew in size and scale to become the fourth largest
conglomerate in the country during early 1990s with over 40 companies and 75
manufacturing plants. JCT Limited is an India-based company. The Company
operates in two business segments: Textiles and Filament.

JCT is a leading name in the domestic and overseas textile markets with
operations in two distinct business viz. cotton/blended textiles and nylon filament
yarn. It ploughs on proudly as a multi-market company that is driven and fueled by
culture and values that demand a high standard of performance and work ethics to
establish itself as makers of finest products in the country. JCT Limited follows a
balanced model for growth corporate responsibility and contribution towards
social causes such as literacy and environment, sports and sportspersons
development areas important as innovations in production techniques.

Domestic Market: The Company is a leader in Domestic segment and derives
premium on its products. We are the first one to introduce Micro Denier Products
in collaboration with Val Lesina- Italy. The group owes its success to a well known
attitude of doing business, globally and nationally. An attitude that involves
effecting lightning changes, both in terms of technologies and infrastructure and
the ability to adapt to changing scenarios at home and abroad. Company has
strong hold and efficient distribution across India and abroad.

International Market: The courage to look beyond national fences has today
made filament division as leading exporter of value added product Nylon Filament
Yarns from India. Today JCT has many Global Customers, satisfied with their
product and service, few of their regular international markets are:

Year Events 1946- The Company was incorporated on 28
October in Kapurthala.
The main object of the company is to manufacture cotton textile goods. The
products manufactured are sheetings, shirting, cambric, dhoties, sarees, coating,
mazril, mulls, etc. Counts ranging from 12s to 60s are spun and the cloth width
varies from 27 inches to 66 inches.

1950-430 preference & 30,910 No.of equity shares allotted.1,815 pref.& 36135
shares forfeited.

1962- The Company acquired Benaras Cotton and Silk Mills.
-4, 16,364 No. of rights of equity shares issued (prem. Rs 5, prop. of 1:1)

1963-Preference shares entitled to gross dividend of 6.5% P.A

1967-4, 16,275 No. of equity shares issued in prop. 1:2

1973- The Company entered in to a collaboration agreement with Thonburi Textile
Mills, ltd., Bangkok whereby the Company was to render technical Knowhow for
modernizing the existing weaving and processing facility besides its expansion by
21,600 spindles. This agreement was slightly revised during 1978-79.

1975-25,000 11% pref. shares issued.

1978- Shree Sadul textile, ltd. was merged with the Company on 28
October, and
the merger was effected from 1st February 1977.
-Taplon Synthetics Ltd. was amalgamated with the company with effect from 1st
Feb. 1979. As per the scheme of amalgamation, 2,02,535.No. of Equity Shares of
the company were allotted to the members of Taplon synthetics Ltd. after
cancelling 28,200 No. of equity shares held by the company as investment in
Taplon Synthetics Ltd.
-2,38,108 No. of Equity Shares and 24,839 pref. shares allotted to members of
Shree Sadul Textiles Ltd. upon its merger with the company.

1979-With effect from 1st February, Taplon synthetics Ltd was merged with the

-7,64,117 bonus Equity shares issued in proportion of 1:2 2,760 bonus equity
shares remained to be allotted to non-resident shareholder.

1980- 2277026 rights equity shares issued at par in prop. 1:1, 319 bonus shares
allotted to non residents (244) bonus shares remain to be allotted. 202535 No. of
Equity Shares issued to members of Taplon Synthetics upon its merger.

1981 - The Company received a letter of intent from the Punjab State Industrial
Development Corporation to participate in a 15,000 tonnes per annum, polyester
staple fibre project to be set up at Hoshiarpur in the Company's nylon plant
-A technical collaboration agreement was entered into with E.I. Dupont, De
Nemours of USA. A new Company under the name and style of Punjab
Polyfibres, Ltd. was incorporated to implement this project.
-A letter of intent was received to increase the capacity from 15,000 tonnes to
30,000 tonnes per annum.
-The Company entered into a management & Technical Know-how Assistance
Agreement with Chempaka Negri Lakshmi Textile SND, BHD at Malaysia.

1983- 100000 13.5% pref. shares were issued. Rate of dividend on these pref.
shares was increases to15% from 16
may 1984.These pref. shares are redeemable
during 30

1986 - To improve the profitability of the Hoshiarpur unit, the Company took steps
to convert a substantial part of its production capacity for the manufacture of
polyester filament yarn.
-A letter of intent was received for the manufacture of 15,000 TPA of polyester
filament yarn.
-At Sriganganagar unit operations were adversely affected due to workers strike for
3 months during October to December.

1987 - The Company offered 7,58,334-12.5% partly convertible secured
redeemable debentures (E-Series) of Rs.120 each for cash at par on rights basis in
the ratio of 1 debentures were allotted to retain over-subscription.

1988 - The Company took up implementations of the PFY project in stages.It was
planned to add one spinning line to produce specialty yarn, in the first stage.
- A dyeing plant was installed at Hoshiarpur, to increase the production of dyed
yarn. In addition, a waste recycling plant was installed to increase the recovery of
caprolactum from waste. In April, the name of the Company was changed from
`Jagatjit Cotton Textile Mills, Ltd.' to JCT, Ltd.

1990 - With effect from 1st April the undertakings of Kidarnath Kishanchand Pvt.
Ltd., (KKPL) and Sterling Steels & Wires, Ltd. (SSWL) were amalgamated with
the Company. As per the scheme of amalgamation the following shares were
allotted without payment in cash.

1991 - The profitability was adversely affected by various factors such as increase
in interest rates, devaluation, and partial convertibility of Rupee etc.
-The performance of the nylon and polyester filament yarn division was affected
due to steep increase in excise duty, poor off take of textile material, increase in the
cost of the basic raw material viz., caprolactum and import curbs.
-Also the textile division was affected by the general recession in the textile market
and unprecedented rise in cotton prices.

1992- The Company offered 9723759 No. of equity shares of Rs. 10 each at a
premium of Rs.40 per Shares.
-During October-November the Company offered 36637091. No. of equity shares
of Rs.10 each for cash at premium of Rs.40 per shares on rights basis in the prop.
1:1 (all were taken up).

1993 - With a view to consolidating its position in the synthetic fiber industry, the
Company undertook to set up a grass-root polyester simplex with facilities to
manufacture polyester staple fiber, textile grade chips, PET resins up to 11,000
TPA all in the first phase.
-With the rise in prices of cotton, it was proposed to shift production towards
polyester blended fabrics. New varieties of cloth with high value addition were
-The Textile division embarked upon a plan of modernization wherein older
equipments were to be replaced with modern and efficient equipment.
-Both 20000-5% and 24869-5% (income tax free) cumulative preference shares
were redeemed.

1998 - The steel division entered into a tie up with a Korean Company for
manufacture of wire ropes.
-JCT Fibers Ltd., was merged with the Company. It was proposed to increase the
polymer capacity to 65,000 TPA from 33,000 TPA. The said additional polymer
was to be processed partly on polyester filament yarn and partly on polyester staple
-The Company also undertook to invest in downstream equipment to manufacture
additional polyester filament yarn and additional polyester staple fiber.

-Under a modernization/replacement programmer, the Company proposed to install
48 high speed sophisticated looms and open end spinning machines at Phagwara.

2001 - The Company has decided hive-of its synthetic fiber division in Punjab and
has also proposed to restructure its equity capital by reducing the face value of its
shares from Rs 10 to Rs.2.50
-MM Thapar group flagship JCT has decided to induct three new professionals on
the board. The new inductees are Raj Mohan Singh, head of the company's
Phagwara unit, finance head; T N Subramanian and; S P Narang, secretary, The
Institute of Company Secretaries of India .
2003 -JCT Members approve delisting from 3 exchanges (Ludhiana, Delhi and
2008- JCT buys Senegal mill. JCT Limited, a pioneer in textiles in north India, is
all set to spread its operations overseas. Through its subsidiary, CNLT Malaysia,
JCT has acquired a composite textile mill in Senegal on a long-term lease

JCT gets UN nod for carbon trading. Textile major JCT's rice husk-based
power project at its plant in Phagwara, Punjab, has been registered with the UN
panel for clean development mechanism (CDM) projects. CDM projects are those
that qualify to trade carbon credits.

2013- JCT signs MOU with Dakshidin Corporation to produce water pumping &
power generation Wind Mills, Dakshidin Signs MOU With Indian Conglomerate,
JCT Limited Enters Multi-Billion Dollar Indian Market.

1. Vice Chairman and Managing Director Mr.Samir Thapar
Board of Directors
2. Director(operations) Mr. Rajmohan Singh
3. Mr.Makhan Saha
4. Mr. Gordan Kathuria
5. Mr. Satya Pal Narang



To consolidate and develop core business areas mainly: synthetic and
To attain the position amongst the leading composite textiles mills in India
and to retain its position among the top companies in the synthetic fiber
To expand and diversify into allied product areas and simultaneously
increase global presence & develop international together with domestic
market to achieve rapid growth.
To evolve into a quality conscious, customer oriented and fast expanding

JCT believes in dignity of human beings.
JCT believes that there exists a psychological contract between the
organization and the employees, and the growth of both is interlinked.
JCT strive to attract, develop, and retain the best talent available.
JCT doesnt believe in any discrimination on the basis of caste, creed,
religion, race, or gender.
JCT believes in the concept of right person at the right job.
JCT values merit and recognizes ability.
JCT encourages teamwork and believes that this enhances problem-solving
JCT actively promotes sports and other cultural activities for cohesiveness
and harmony.
JCT knows that it is the part of the changing environment and that it has to
be proactive to such changes. JCT continuously strives to be a better
corporate citizen.

Customers satisfaction is the motto of JCT Ltd. They, therefore commit
themselves to produce and deliver such fabrics so as to meet the customers

This is achieved by:
Identifying customers requirements and converting them into products.
Pursuing the process of continuous improvement by the employees of the
Ensuring that quality standards are maintained and upgraded to reflect the
changing customers requirements.

Up Gradation
Of Quality
Of Customers
Confirm The
In todays competitive world, the process of production is very important but the
stand of the company becomes strong and sound if it moves towards productivity.
This increase in productivity has to be achieved without sacrificing the quality of
the end product. To meet the required objectives, the mill is divided into three
main functions contributing equally to the effective and efficient working of the
mill. These three major functions are subdivided into Departments and further into
sections these three functions are as follows:
A). Production Function
B). Non Production Function
C). Service Function
Production Function comprises of the following Departments:
A) Cotton Spinning
B) Synthetic Spinning
C) Spinning Auto-Coro/ Open End Spinning
D) Spinning Maintenance
E) Post Spinning
A) Weaving Preparatory Conventional
B). Weaving Conventional
C). Weaving Preparatory Sulzer.(solder)
D) Weaving Sulzer
A) Synthetic Processing
B) Cotton Processing
C) Finishing
D) Printing

Non Production Function comprises of the following Departments:
a) Mending
b) Grey Folding
c) Cotton Ware House
d) Synthetic Warehouse
e) Exports Warehouse
a) Domestic Marketing
b) RMG Marketing
c) Exports Marketing
3) Raw Material Department
4) Fabric Development Department
5) Production Planning Department
6) Research and Development
7) ISO Department
Service Function comprises of the following Department:
A) Human Resource Department
B) Finance and Accounts Department
C) Information Technology Department
D) Administration Department
E) Purchase Department
F) Engineering Department
G) Labour & Industrial Relation Department

Finance department is one of the important sections of the company. The main idea
behind maintaining the records is to judge the accurate position of the company
regarding the profits made or the losses incurred by the company.
The objectives of the finance department are:
To ascertain the results of the business activities carried on during the year.
To show the financial position of the business as on a particular date.
To meet the requirements of the taxation authorities, investors, management, and
This department is divided into following sections:
1) Raw Material Section
2) Store Section
Stores Accounting
C Form/D Form
3) Establishment Section
Medical Allowances
4) General Account
Furniture Maintenance
Other Expenses
Refreshment Expenses
5) Bank (Finance)
6) Debtors Account
Through Banks
7) Assets/Depreciation Account
Original Cost Depreciation
Pre-Production Costing
Routine Costing
Budgets are prepared monthly, quarterly and yearly as per the requirement.
is carried at an interval of 6 months. The external audit includes the following:
Non conformity
Suggestion for further improvement
To provide & maintain the network as well as the Computer hardwares
of the company.

Finance department is one of the important sections of the company. The main idea
behind maintaining the records is to judge the accurate position of the company
regarding the profits made or the losses incurred by the company. The
objectives of the finance department are:
To ascertain the results of the business activities carried on during the
To show the financial position of the business as on a particular date.
To meet the requirements of the taxation authorities, investors,
management and owners.
This department is divided into following section:
1) Raw Material Section
2) Store Section
Stores Accounting
C Form and D Form
3) Establishment Section
Medical Allowances
4) General Account
Furniture Maintenance
Other Expenses
Refreshment Expenses
5) Bank (Finance)
6) Debtors Account
Through Banks
7) Assets and Depreciation Accounts
Original Cost Depreciation
8) Costing
Pre-Production Costing
Routine Costing
9) Budgeting
Budgets are prepared monthly, quarterly and yearly as per the

All the purchases made by the mill are made through this department (except the
raw materials). This department manages the purchase of the following items:
New Machinery
Dyes and Chemicals
Packing Materials
Capital Goods
Spare parts for all machines

The administration department ensures Office Establishment, Dispatch,
Transportation, Records Leave & Insurance of the company. The main
objectives of this department are:
Office Establishment

The factory department ensures safety, security and welfare of the workers of the
company. The main objectives of this department are:
To ensure safety and security of the staff and workers.
Disciplinary actions in regard to workers.
Recruitments of workers and allotment of departments.
To keep the record of the attendance of the staff members and the
To prepare the statement of the salary and wages of the staff and the
This department is also called the personnel department. It ensures the safety,
security and welfare of the staff and workers. It takes care of disciplinary
actions and sports. This department is further divided into following sections:-
1. Time Office: This section deals with recording of time of workers, staff
members and trainees with the help of numbered cards.
2. Safety Department: There are three safety officers in JCT. If an accident
occurs inside the plant then proper enquiry is done so that this could be
avoided in the future.
3. Security Department: This department makes all arrangements of security
in the factory.
4. Establishment: This department makes the records of wages and salaries of
staff and workers. Employees Staff Insurance Corporation provides the staff
members free medical service.

o Free education for girl students up to 10+2
o Nominal fee for boy-students of 10+1 and 10+2
o Prizes/scholarship for meritorious students: A prize of Rs.500 is awarded to
all students obtaining 1st division in Class 10 and a scholarship of Rs.150 is
given to them every month for as long as they continue their studies.

Textile Workers Educational Institute

The school was started in 1960 as a Middle School and at present around 50
dedicated teachers are imparting education to about 2000 students up to
10+2 level in Arts, Science and Commerce subjects. The school is
affiliated to Punjab School Education Board. It has got airy Class-rooms,
play-grounds, well-equipped Science Laboratories, Computer Lab,
Conference Room, Staff Rooms, Canteen, etc.. Its Library consists of
educational and informative books. The children of the employees are
getting education almost free. Stipend is paid to brilliant students in case
they continue their studies even after passing out from the school. To
enhance the knowledge, tours to different places are arranged for the
students. The school is known in the region for its Extra Curricular
Activities, especially in sports.

Blood Donation/ Hospital
Throughout the year, free medical check-up camps are arranged in the mills
residential campus for employees and their families as well as outside the colony
for general public. Free Eye Check-up and Operation Camps are organized in the
mills colony with the assistance of team of eye-specialist doctors for general
public. Blood Donation Camps are held where the employees donate blood.

The Thapar Ladies' Club provides entertainment for the ladies.
Incentive is given to a worker if he or his spouse undergoes an operation for
family planning.
A crche for small children is provided.
Community Hall is available for marriages and other functions.
Buses ply for children of the employees going to local schools as well as
those in Jalandhar.
Facilities for swimming, gymnasium, steam bath, squash, badminton, lawn
tennis, billiards and table tennis are available to employees and their
Bank ATM facility is available near the mill's Colony Gate for the employees.

JCT Limited is committed to protecting the environment through:
Optimally using of raw materials and energy.
Efficiently and safely handling and storage of products.
Maintaining a safe working environment.
Training employees on safety and environmental issues.
Continually improving the environmental conditions.

SWOT analysis is a strategic planning method used to evaluate the Strengths,
Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a project or in a business
venture. It involves specifying the objective of the business venture or project and
identifying the internal and external factors that are favourable and unfavourable to
achieve that objective.
Strengths: attributes of the person or company that are helpful to achieving the
Weaknesses: attributes of the person or company that are harmful to achieving
the objective(s).
Opportunities: external conditions that are helpful to achieving the
Threats: external conditions which could do damage to the objective(s)

One of the oldest known fabric manufacturers.
Good name in the market for superior stuff of cloth.
One of the biggest manufacturers of the widest range/ variety of cotton
Acquisition of 9002 gave the company a new position.
Highly modern and sophisticated machines.
Competent and well disciplined staff.
No labour trouble.
Good network of loyal dealers.
Extensive use of computers in each and every department.
Company provides the maximum facilities to its employees.

Do not manufacture high or premium quality fabrics.
Never advertised the acquisition of ISO 9002.
No training is imparted to employees to progress further or to acquire
position in an organisation.
Not ready for deep penetration into the market.
Designing of cloth is not very good.
Overheads are high which leads towards the financial crisis.
Export division is centralised in Mumbai.
Lack of new and fresh skill.
Lack of team work.
Advertisement of its product as compared to other textile companies such as
Raymonds and Reliance is very less.


Vast market for value added products.
Bring into practise the new business policies and practises which are being
used elsewhere in the industry for better utilization of resources.
Prospects of export.
Should go directly to the end user through exclusive show

Heavy competition due to MNC.
Unsecured financial position.
Delay in implementation of any kind of assignment could prevent from
keeping pace with newer technology.

New blood/ competent person not ready to join the firm.


JCT started the business on a small and the company was manufacturing only
cotton fabrics and this is the reason why it is called Jagjit Cotton Textiles Ltd. But
now the company is called JCT Ltd. and has also started manufacturing Synthetic
Fibbers', Cotton Yarn, Nylon and Filament Yarn.

JCT is synonymous with the highest quality. With stringent control at every stage
of the production process, it is no wonder that the Textile Division of JCT Ltd. is
the first in the industry in the country to be accredited with ISO-9002 Certification.
The mill produces a wide range of fabrics in variety of weaves like Twill Stains,
Dobbies, Cords, Oxfords, and Plains etc. The product range includes bottom
weight fabrics like Bull Denims, Drills, Gabardine, Chino, Cords, Dobbies, Ducks
and Canvasses, Flannel, Satin, Defence Fabric including camouflage, Piece Dyed
Shirting, Yarn Dyed Shirting, Workwear Fabrics, Tussores, Lycra Strech Fabric
etc. in both 100% cotton and poly/cotton blends in various combination in warp
and weft in the range of 110 GSM with single as well as piled yarn.

JCT offers a wide range of finishes like Micro-sanding, Peaching, Soft Finish,
Resin Finish/ Wrinkle Free/ Easy Care, Water Rapellant/ Rain and Stain Proof
finish, stiff finish for canvas clothes etc. JCT is the pioneer in manufacturing
Organic cotton fabrics-specially designed eco-friendly fabrics. JCTs commitment
to globalization is reflected in exports of its Organic cotton fabrics, Wide Width
Sheeting, Dyed Bottom Weight Twills and Dyed Shirting.

Twills, Natural Twills, Bull Denim, Canvas and Flannels on a regular basis to
USA, UK, Europe, Mauritius, South America, Far East and Middle East.

The JCT Fabric has captured profitable sections of the market. There has been a
constant growth in the manmade fibers with a wide variety of nylon and polyester
filament yarn. After the unfavourable climate conditions, and the continuous rising
of prices of raw material and in spite of difficult trading conditions, the company
has been able to maintain its profitability. This is because of the better quality
products and effective marketing strategies.

Safety and Health Policy
Total customers satisfaction is the motto of JCT Ltd. (Phagwara)
So that the targets are achieved and humanity and productivity is saved and served
To achieve the motto of total customer satisfaction with total safety of its
JCT Ltd. management is committed to provide safe and hazard free working
environment through its policy of:-
Detecting & removing unsafe working condition and undesired work
practices by incorporating the statutory requirement into its system.
Considering that avoiding accident is an essential part of every operation of
the company.
Through Education and Training develop safety aware employees who may
work safety to solve himself and his fellow employees and maintain
continuous interest in safety through safety activities
By creating the concept of safety that the safety is everybodys business and
inbuilt safety is the integral part of our developing activities.

Development Programs
As a part of overall corporate attempt to significantly upgrade the technical and
behavioral skills of its employees. JCT arranges developmental programs like
supervisory developmental programs. For this Company conduct a number of in
house training programs every year involving the faculty from plant and HRD
Executives are also encouraged to participate in external training programs,
workshops, seminars etc. The Companys policy has always been to give the top
most priority to human resource development with a view to improving the
effectiveness on the job in organizational communication and in their attitude
towards work.
Computer Training
JCT Ltd. arranges computer training programs for its employees and staff
members, which has helped in gaining exposures to modern techniques in the field
of computer education.

Other Training Activities
Small group activities
Effective management
Management of Human Resources
Training to trainers
Statistical quality control
JCT has its own very well trained teams of hockey, cricket, football etc. through
which JCT tends to prove that to prove that work and play hand in hand.


To produce Quality Products to meet customer requirements.
Meet the quality standards of the domestic & international customers.
Satisfy the internal & external customers.
Facilitates the best facilities to its employees in comparison to other
industries in this belt.
Overall growth & development of its employees.
Initiate for the welfare of Society, State & of the Country.

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