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INTRODUCTION

In this technology driven era, knowledge is not just about studying the theoretical aspects, but
also understanding the practical views and implementing it. Industrial training program aims
to achieve industrial exposure and practical skills.

The training program was conducted at KELTRON EQUIPMENT COMPLEX (KEC),


KARAKULAM. This industry belongs to Keltron group of companies, a Government
undertaking company situated at Karakulam which is 14 kms away from
Thiruvananthapuram Central, is definitely a leader in the electronic goods industry. The
products they manufactured are mainly for Government companies,Indian Navy, government
departments and many other private companies.

The company has been certified ISO 9001-2008 for design, manufacture and
supply of electronic systems.

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INDUSTRY PROFILE

Electronics and Information Technology is the fastest growing segment of


Indian industry both in terms of production and exports. Today, the electronics industry is
completely relicensed with the exception of aerospace and defense electronics, and along
with the liberalization in foreign investment and export-import policies of the entire
economy, this sector is attracting considerable interest not only as a vast market but also as
potential production base by international companies.

In recent times, software development and IT enabled services have emerged


as a niche opportunity for India in the global context. The Government is taking all necessary
steps to make India, a Global Information Technology Superpower and a front-runner in the
age of Information Revolution. The Government has announced promotion of Information
Technology as one of the five top priorities of the country and constituted a National Task
Force on Information Technology and Software Development.

The electrical power industry provides the production and delivery of


electrical power (electrical energy), often known as power. or electricity, in sufficient
quantities to areas that need electricity through a grid. Many households and businesses need
access to electricity, especially in developed nations, the demand being scarcer in developing
nations. Demand for electricity is derived from the requirement for electricity in order to
operate domestic appliances, office equipment, industrial machinery and provide sufficient
energy for both domestic and commercial lighting, heating, cooking and industrial processes.
Because of this aspect of the industry, it is viewed as a public utility as infrastructure.

The electrical power industry is commonly split up into four processes. These
are electricity generation such as a power station, electric power transmission, electricity
distribution and electricity retailing. In many countries, electric power companies own the
whole infrastructure from generating stations to transmission and distribution infrastructure.
For this reason, electric power is viewed as a natural monopoly. The industry is generally
heavily regulated, often with price controls and is frequently government-owned and

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operated. The nature and state of market reform of the electricity market often determines
whether electric companies are able to be involved in just some of these processes without
having to own the entire infrastructure, or citizens choose which components of infrastructure
to patronize. In countries where electricity provision is deregulated, end-users of electricity
may opt for more costly green electricity. All forms of electricity generation have positive
and negative aspects. Technology will probably eventually declare the most preferred forms,
but in a market economy, the options with less overall costs generally will be chosen above
other sources. It is not clear yet which form can best meet the necessary energy demands or
which process can best solve the demand for electricity. There are indications that renewable
energy and distributed generation are becoming more viable in economic terms. A diverse
mix of generation sources reduces the risks of electricity price spikes.

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COMPANY PROFILE

Today, we live in a technology-driven world where speed, flexibility,


intellectual capital development, and networks have become the basis of value creation - as
connectivity and interactive technologies pervade all business activity. In this technology-
driven environment, Keltron finds the assimilation, adoption and integration of technology in
creating innovative solutions as the very basis of survival. Keltron's success has been in
making technology work rather than inventing it. Keltron has been a catalyst in making
electronics work in almost every aspect of our daily life, since 1973. Keltron's strength lies in
the stable foundation and experience built over the years, its strong human capital, its nation-
wide network and its ability to adapt itself to change. With over a 40-year long track record
as a manufacturer of sophisticated electronic devices and systems, Keltron presents itself in
the global market as a one-stop-shop for manufacturing, system integration, and after-sales-
support in India.

VISION AND MISSION

To be a world-class, growth-oriented electronics corporation specialized in providing quality,


market-focused products, services and cost-effective system solutions to a large clientele. To
attain leadership position in the knowledge industry by training and utilizing the rich
knowledge capital available in Kerala, and creating a wide technology horizon for the
development of knowledge wares and intelligent systems.

Mission

spearheading an electronics revolution in Kerala.

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HISTORY

KELTRONS history is a saga of innovation in electronics. From being a pioneer in 1973, to


the role of a trend-setter today, Keltron has been the catalysis for the development of
electronics industry in Kerala. The tag line launching a State-owned electronics enterprise,
more than a quarter century ago, read spearheading an electronics revolution in Kerala.

Within five years of its inception, Keltron had set up a production centre in every district of
the State. More than 5,000 people were engaged directly or indirectly by Keltron for the
manufacture of electronic goods. The model of a State-owned electronics corporation was so
successful that several other States in India followed suit; launching their own electronics
corporations. A quarter century later, Keltron after having contributed substantially to the
industrialization of the State, set about transforming Trivandrum, the capital city of Kerala,
into one of the major electronics hubs of the country.

In June 1973 Mr. K.P.P.Nambiar joined Kerala State Electronics Development Corporation
Limited (KELTRON) as its first Chairman and Managing Director and its first employee.
KELTRON, the brand name Mr. Nambiar gave to the company, was the first autonomous
Corporation in the State sector in India and this example was emulated by several state
Governments in the country. He led the position as Chairman and Managing Director from
June 1973 to September 1983 and Executive Chairman from September 1983 to February,
1985.

A strong infrastructure, enterprising team of people, innovative operational methods, accent


on quality and customer-orientation are the core competencies of the organization which has
made things happen all these years. Large Pool of Experienced Technical Manpower
Keltrons expertise in high quality manufacturing is the direct result of the highly skilled,
multi-disciplinary team of graduate engineers, project managers and a skilled workforce with
a proven track record in complex precision manufacturing. Currently, Keltron employs a
work force of 2000 of which 400 are Engineers who possess extensive hands-on experience
in technology integration and adoption, high-tech manufacturing operations and in managing

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turn-key projects. Man power at Space Electronics section has been specially trained at
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in high-reliability soldering, harnessing and QC.
Keltron also provides technical manpower to major organizations like ONGC and VSSC ,and
collaborators like Hitachi, Japan. Country-wide Sales Network.

Keltron has an All India Sales Network in place with full-fledged Marketing Offices in
Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Trivandrum to
provide the quickest possible service to customers. Technology Support At the moment,
Keltron has an arrangement with C-DAC, a research and development organization under the
Government of India, which is located in the Keltron campus, for technology development
and adaptation. An in-house research and department facility along with a full-fledged
Knowledge Centre is in the pipeline and will be implemented shortly. Strong Infrastructure
and Manufacturing Experience Since its inception in 1973, Keltrons forte has always been
high quality manufacturing. During the past 40 years, Keltron has churned out a whole range
of electronic products, electro-mechanical and high precision modules and sub assemblies for
different industry segments. Over the years, Keltron has built up a strong infrastructure
spread over 7,00,000 sqft of built-up area. Equipped with computer-based facility for system
design & engineering, and software development tools for embedded systems, Keltron today
is fully geared to offer integrated manufacturing solutions.

Manufacturing facilities located in Kerala, India.

Manufacturing capability: Four fully equipped production facilities of


over 500000 sq.ft.area.

ISO 9001:2000 certified.

A regular supplier of custom products to the Departments of


D e f e n c e a n d Space to Government of India since 1980.

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QUALITY

Ensuring quality is a continuous on-going process at all production units. Each facility has a
Quality Department whose business is to see that all quality norms are strictly adhered to in
the manufacturing process.

The manufacturing centers at Trivandrum, Aroor (Near Cochin), Kannur and Kuttipuram (In
Malappuram) are ISO 9001:2008 certified. Inspectorate of Naval Armament (SINA-T), has
implemented their customized quality systems at Keltron Equipment Complex, Trivandrum.
The manufacturing plants for Capacitors, Crystals & Resistors have been granted LCSO
approval. In order to meet the stringent quality requirements of ISRO, ESD-control measures
have been strictly adopted at the specified areas.

PRODUCT PROFILE

KELTRON undertakes manufacturing work by utilizing the spare capacity in


different Manufacturing Centers.

KELTRON EQUIPMENT COMPLEX, Trivandrum


KELTRON COMMUNICATION COMPLEX, Trivandrum
KELTRON CONTROLS, Alleppey (Near Cochin)
KELTRON LIGHTING DIVISION, MOODADI,Calicut
KELTRON ELECTRO CERAMICS LIMITED, Malappuram
KELTRON COMPONENT COMPLEX, Kannur

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BUSINESS UNITS

KELTRONEQUIPMENT COMPLEX - Five strategic business units.

POWER
ELECTRONICS
GROUP(PEG)
SPECIAL
PRODUCTS
GROUP(SPG)
SECURITY SYSTEM
GROUP(SSG)

KELTRON
EQUIPMENT
COMPLEX
SPACE
ELECTRONICS
GROUP(SEG)
IDCP

DIGITALISATION
&
TRAINING

STRATEGIC BUSINESS UNITS

SECURITY SYSTEMS GROUP (SSG)

SPECIAL PRODUCTS GROUP (SPG)

SPACE ELECTRONICS GROUP (SEG)

POWER ELECTRONICS GROUP (PEG)

ID CARD PROJECT (IDCP) & DIGITALISATION AND TRAINING (DEIT)

Each Strategic Business Units has separate Marketing, Planning, Engineering and Production
Department while Human Resources, Purchase, Finance, Enterprise Resource Planning
(ERP), Central dispatch departments (CDS)and Plant& Services are the same.

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SPECIAL PRODUCTS GROUP (SPG)

Echo Sounders
Electromagnetic Logs
Processor Based Ground Mines
Under Water Telephones
XBT Probes
Controllable Torpedo Decoy Systems
Transducers
Sonar Simulators
Steering Gear Control systems

SPACE ELECTRONICS GROUP (SEG)


Module assembly for Launch vehicles like
PSLV, GSLV and satellites INSAT, GSAT and IRS
Search Rescue Beacon

SECURITY SYSTEMS GROUP (SSG)

Access Control System


Flight Information Display System
Radio Networking Terminals
TV Receive Only Terminals (TVRO )
Direct Reception Systems (DRS )
TVRO Signal Generators
Stereo Consoles/ Announcers Consoles
Digital master Slave Clock, GPS clock

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INTERNSHIP DETAILS

This chapter includes the Internship details such as Nature of work undertaken, Daily Schedule
and Target and Achievements.

MY INTERNSHIP OBJECTIVES

To learn and experience corporate life.


To understand how key business process are carried out in an organization.
To analyse and understand the organizational structure.
To develop a network of corporate contacts for future career enhancements.

NATURE OF WORK UNDERTAKEN

The nature of work undertaken within the internship period is mainly in HR department and
Production department in Keltron Equipment Complex, karakulam. In the period of
internship I got the opportunity to learn about how to use the Ms excel and the procedures in
Microsoft excel.An average time spent with in the organization is approximately 3 to 4 hours
in a day. The internship has been done in the beginning of June and there are some pending
works, so that I havent get more time with organization guides because of their busy
schedule.

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AN AVERAGE DAY
An average day during my internship programme at Keltron. Starts at 10.00 am and ends at 2
pm. Entry of the company is only allowed by signing the register, andit is necessary to enter
IN and OUT time with sign. Jobs were assigned to me by projectmanager Mr. E K Mohanen
to visit different functional departments according to the work schedule prescribed by the
company.

Major Tasks and Activities were :


Collect the datas from HR department.
Follow the rules and regulations of the organization .
Learn about the systems and procedures followed in Keltron.
Visit the Production department and detailed study of product making and
marketing.
Visit the Marketing department and understand the target marketing areas.
Reporting the day to day activities to the head office.

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HUMAN RESOUCES DEPARTMENT

The Chief General Manager (CGM) is the head of KEC. There are six General Managers for
the six groups of KEC.

The employee hierarchy goes down as General Managers Deputy General Managers,
Managers, Engineers, Officers, Deputy Officers, Workmen etc.

The key functions of HR Department are:-

Recruitment

Welfare Function

Establishment

Time Office Function

Recruitment

The KECs permanent recruitment functions are mainly done by Head Office. The
company employees consist of both permanent and temporary employees. The personal
officer prepares a vacancy list and sends to the head office. Then the head office recruits
employees through talent acquisition and fill the vacancies.

Welfare Function

The common welfare measures include uniforms, canteen, medical claim and transportation
facilities. Uniforms are supplied to the lower level employees. Canteen facilities are also
provided to the employees from 8.30 to 5.30pm. The process of canteen management is:-

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Establishment

Establishment function includes Promotion/ Increment, Performance Appraisal, Transfer/


Deputation and Resignation/ Retirement/ Termination.

Time Office Function

The time office function includes Attendance Record and Leave Management.

PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT

Production is the conversion of raw materials into finished products and is also spoken as the
manufacture of goods. Production in same laboratories consists of the creation and
maintenance of a clearly defined organization and makes effective and co-coordinated use of
personnel, land, buildings and equipment including the management of inventory assets. All
the activities are performed in accordance with the highest standards and at the lowest total
cost. Before a new product can be marketed or an existing product significantly improved, the
production department together with research, product development, sales etc

Before a new product can be marketed or an existing product significantly improved, the
production department together with research, product development, sales and marketing
departments must define and agree upon costs, profits, marketing dates and product quality.

OBSERVATIONS

This internship was a platform to observe and understand the activities of different
departments of the organization, the major departments are HR, Marketing and Production.
Assisting the HR Manager in his operations has helped in understanding the policies and
procedure of an organization.The time management is the important factor of professional
organizations as work to be completed within specified timelines. The Employees are
recruited according to their qualification and skills.

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DAILY TASKS AND ACTIVITIES

DATE DETAILS

01-06-2016 Meet all the employees in Keltron equipment complex and introduced
to myself and knowing about their positions and all the departments in
05-06-2016 Keltron.
Visit the production department and knowing more about their
production machines and mechanism and also the staff who worked
there.
06-06- Meet head of planning department and learned about his duties and
2016to responsibilities
07-06-2016 study about the main functions of the departments and their
procedures
08-06-2016 Visit the marketing department and learned about her duties and
responsibilities
Submitted the report to Guide
11-06-2016 Visit the Finance department and learned about her duties and
responsibilities.
12-06-2016 Visit the purchase department and learned about his duties and
responsibilities

13-06- Visit the HRM department and understand their duties.


2016to File Management of employees
19-06-2016 Checking Attendance sheet
Produce Appointment orders in MS Word
Manage leave Application
20-06-2016 Interacted with employees and learned about their work.
21-06-2016 Visiting the ERP department
25-06- Visiting the PEG department
2016to Check record of store book keeping
26-06-2016
29-06-2016 Visit the department.

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TARGET AND ACHIEVEMENTS

SL. NO. TASKS BY WHEN ? ACHIEVED?

1 Understand business areas 05-06-2016 ACHIEVED

2 To Meet each department heads and collect 12-06-2016 ACHIEVED


information (Marketing,Puchase,Planning,Finance)

3 To analyses the functions of HR department with 19-06-2016 ACHIEVED


present records via MS Word, MS Excel, ERP

4 To know about the organisation culture by 20-06-2016 ACHIEVED

interacting with employees

5 To understand various production stages 26-06-2016 ACHIEVED

6 Detailed study of product making and marketing 29-06-2016 ACHIEVED

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KEY LEARNINGS THROUGH MY INTERNSHIP

Understood administrative elements and day-to-day functioning of an organization

Importance of time management

In-depth knowledge about the company

Improved confident level in working with teams

Understood different departmental functions

Learned importance of team work

Created better industrial exposure

Understood the employees rights and responsibilities

To understand how key business process are carried out in an organization.

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CONCLUSION

The objective of Internship was to gain practical knowledge on the overall functioning of the
Organization, during the study a lot of practical knowledge have been gained about the
industry this Internship study proved to be helpful in gaining idea about the various activities
undergone in a real life business situation

This Internship Report give an insight about the company and its various function, the
objective of the company and how the company tries to achieve these objectives, it was a
great experience to do my Internship Program in an organization like Keltron.

I am glad that I did, because now that I have finished my internship in the keltron, I realize
that my understanding of the material I have already learned has deepened to a level I would
have never been able to achieve with only theoretical knowledge of the subject.

Being able to immerse myself into the way that keltron functions and understand the structure
and responsibilities of the staff was an invaluable experience for me. I was extremely
fortunate to have this experience in a highly professional and friendly environment and the
educational as well as professional benefits I have gained through it are unquestionably of a
much higher degree than I expected initially.

I am glad that I had the support of the faculty in this endeavour, and I am grateful to the
administration and staff in keltron for providing this opportunity for me.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Books

Company records of Keltron Ltd.

Website

www.keltron.org

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