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A STUDY ON ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE WITH SPECIAL

REFERENCE TO SUCCESS ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES,


THANJAVUR.

Presented by
S.Surya
INTRODUCTION

Introduction
Organizational climate is comprised of mixture of norms, values, expectations,
policies, and procedures that influence work motivation, commitment and ultimately,
individual and work unit performance. Positive climate encourages, while negative
climates inhibits discretionary effort. Now it has become a very useful metaphor for
thinking about and describing the social system.
Organizational climate is also referred to as the situational determinants
or Environmental determinants which affect the human behaviour. Organizational
climate is about the perception of the climate and about absolute measures. All
organizational theoreticians and researchers unanimously agree that a social climate is
extremely important for the ultimate achievement of organizational goals
Definition :

Climate for an organization is somewhat like the personality for a person. Just as every
individual has a personality that makes each person unique, each organization has an organizational
climate that clearly distinguishes its personality from other organization. G James Francis and Gene
Milbourn.

According to Campbell, Organizational climate can be defined as a set of attributes


specific to a particular organization that may be induced from the way that organization deals with its
members and its environment. For the individual members within the organization, climate takes the
form of a set of attitudes and experiences which describe the organization in terms of both static
characteristics (such as degree of autonomy) and behaviour outcome and outcome - outcome
contingencies
Characteristics of Organizational climate:

General Perception:
Organizational climate is a general expression of what the organization is. It is the summary perception
which people have about the organization. It conveys the impressions people have of the organizational
internal environment within which they work.

Abstract and intangible concept:


Organizational climate is a qualitative concept. It is very difficult to explain the components of
organizational climate in quantitative or measureable units.

Unique and district identity:


Organizational climate gives a distinct identity to the organization. It explains how one organization is
different from other organizations.
1.2 INDUSTRIAL PROFILE

Industrial Boilers (IBL)


PROFILE:
The IBL Group is a Research driven, industrial organization specializing in Design and
Manufacturer of Process Steam Boilers, Industrial Boilers, Power Boilers, Turbines, Mini Power
Plants, Specialised Combustion solutions, Solar Systems and Pollution Control Equipments.
The IBL group employs over 1000 people and is one of the largest steam boiler manufacturer in
India.
With a vast pool of highly talented and experienced engineers, IBL has continued to maintain
its reputation as a Research Powerhouse in Boilers.
With Boiler technology flowing thru our veins, IBL is the international market leader in the field of
Biomass Boilers and at the very cutting edge of technology.
Our research is 5 to 10 years ahead of time so that we can foresee developments and provide
absolutely latest technology to our customers.
HEAD QUARTERS: Gujarat
WEBSITE: www.indboilers.com
Multitech Boilers
PROFILE:
We are a Quality Conscious Group of Highly Qualified & Experienced Engineers &
Technologists having pioneered into innovative areas of Thermal Engineering.
We have established ourselves in Agro Based Industries, with FBC boiler at an
efficiency of around 82% & in other industries like Solvent Industry, Steel Industry,
Captive Power Units, Rubber Technology, Chemical Industry, Packaging Industry
etc. with highly efficient steam boilers, hot water boilers, Thermic fluid heaters
and other tailor made heat transfer equipment to suit specific requirements.
We have our well equipped workshops one in Howrah & the other at Bantala
both are well equipped and also staffed with skilled manpower, the key mantra
is Quality.
The key concern of all company personnel is Quality.
HEAD QUARTERS: Jadavpur, Kolkata
WEBSITE: www.multitechboilers.com
Sitson India Pvt Ltd
PROFILE:
SITSON INDIA PVT. LTD. is an ISO-9001 Company, incorporated in 1978 to provide
specialized engineering services in Energy sector.
We are headquartered in Dombivali, District Thane, Maharashtra and branch office is in
Pune, Maharashtra.
We have specialty in manufacturing water tube multi fuel Boilers and Sugar Mill
Machinery.
We have manufactured Boilers suitable for fuels like coal, bagasse, oil, biomass and
biogas, waste heat recovery etc.
We are also executing EPC projects on turnkey basis up to 50 MW for various sugar
factories, steel industries, and chemical industries.
We are registered & approved Turnkey Supplier under National Co-operative
Development Corporation, New Delhi for Complete Sugar plants, Boiler, Turbo
Generator and Power projects.
HEAD QUARTERS: Thane, Maharashtra
YEAR FOUNDED: 1978
WEBSITE: www.sitsonindia.com
1.3 COMPANY PROFILE

SUCCESS ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES has been set-up at the established


S.F.No.431/3,4,5B,5C,TB Sanatorium main road, sengipatti & (Po) Thanjavur (DT) 613402.
Success Engineering Industries managed and supported by highly qualified, knowledgeable and
experienced professionals. They are establishing well set up, Equipped with latest state-of-art
equipments to meet the customer requirements of Quality and Delivery Schedule

And had expertise of well experienced Engineers, Trained technicians and committed to meet the
set task & also well experienced in Third party inspection (Worked for
ISGEC,CVL,KSCL,L,TECH SHARP,CHEMPLAST etc) with adhering the requirements of
Codes, Standards, Recommended, Practices and Company Specifications in a stringent manner
and with loyalty and honesty to the clients.
Presently, Success Engineering Industries stepping in to next phase of focusing on heavy
engineering fabrication with major emphasis on pressure and non- pressure parts for the following
sectors:

Thermal Power plant, Oil & Gas Petroleum Refinery Piping, Cross Country Pipelines, Mining
Industry, Nuclear Power, Wind Mill Towers ,Chemical Plant , Steel Plant, Sugar Mills, Paper Mills
etc.
We are well experienced in fabrication of power piping, Thermal Power Plant Boilers,
Supporting Columns, Ceiling Girders, Floor Beams, Roof Beams, Ducting, Storage Tanks, Coals
Compartment Assemblies, Wind-Box Assemblies, L-Frames and Side Casing Walls with Insulation,
Types of Wind Mill Towers, Dam peers, Diverters, Isolators and Buckets for Bucket Wheel
Excavators etc.
Our Fabrication Division is a Manufacturing Services Provider, Vending reputed and major
Process Equipment (mainly power equipment) Manufactures for BHEL-Trichy offering our services
in fabricating a wide range of products and components.
This Fabrication Division possesses the expertise and skill to fabricate the following:
a. Pressure parts: We will obtain the necessary approval from the Director of Boilers-Chennai and all
necessary steps have been taken and certification will be obtained to produce pressure parts.
b. Components for Process Plants: Other Non-Pressure parts like Pipes, Silencers, Dampers, Ducts,
Support Structures, Chimneys and other components.
A beehive of manufacturing activity the strategically located Developed Plot Estate has better
access to all resources, In addition from being served with a good infrastructure, advanced
communication systems and consistent power supply.
PRODUCTS IN DETAIL & SERVICES

Pressure Parts:
All type of coils, loose bends, water walls panels, tanks, pipings, skid assembly, welded
bifurcates, fabricated unequal tee, drums and ring header.
Wind-Mill Towers:
Conical, Tubular, Hexagon and lattice types.
Conveyor Equipments:
All types of pulleys with shaft, drive head & tail end station, idlers, standard shift able frames,
belt scrapers, skirt board and crawler pad.
Ducting:

Square, Elbow, Transition, Circular, Equal tee, Unequal tee, Chimneys, Reducers, David
Assembly, Flue Gas Duct, Oil Air Duct, Air Foil Duct etc
Duct
Roofing Duct
Side Casing
Spiral Casing & Fan Casing
T-duct
Wind Box
Dampers:
Gate, Auto- dampers, Circular dampers, Isolators and Wind box assembly
Structural Columns:
+ Columns, I Columns, Box Columns and Ceiling Girders.
Structural Beams:

Welding Beams, Bracing Beams, Bracing Boxes and Buck Stay Angle
2.1 REVIEW OF LITERATURE

Ratna Sen, (2003), said that organizational characteristics associated with the post- reform
market orientation, which are likely to have a climate impact, are accessibility, innovation, risk
taking, caring for small things, an outcome orientation, a thirst for perfection, people and team
orientation and reliability.
Keith Davis, (2003), explained that climate can influence motivation, performance and job
satisfaction. It does this by creating certain kinds of expectancies about what consequences will
follow from different action. Employees expect certain rewards, satisfaction and frustrations on the
basis of their perception of the organizational climate. These expectations tend to lead to motivation
tend to lead to motivation, as explained by the expectancy model of motivation.
Kolb (1984) stressed that the learning climate must permit and exhort the employees to experiment.
Individuals must feel secure enough to take risks and without fear of receiving severe punishment should
they feel. Therefore, experimenting is accepted even when individuals make mistakes as long as they
reflect o and earn from their effort (Poel et al., 1997)

Nair. N.G., Latha Nair, (2001) stated organization climate may be equated to sea where all rivers
ultimately merge. In this case the, personality, management techniques, national culture, social culture
and organization culture finally merge with organizational climate.It is climate which develops traits of
independence, aggression, competitive advantages and the very survival and success of organization.
CHAPTER-III
3. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Research methodology is a technique used to systematically solve a research problem. It
helps the researcher to know which research method and analysis could be utilized to bring out a
possible solution for a research problem.

RESEARCH DESIGN

Research design adopted for the study is descriptive research and it is defined is
Research design is the plan, structure and strategy of investigation conceived so as to obtain answers
to research questions and to control variance. Kerlinger
3.3 SOURCES OF DATA COLLECTION

3.3.1 PRIMARY DATA


Primary data are those which are collected a fresh and for the first time and thus happen to be
original in character. Primary data can be collected either through experiment or through survey.
Well structured primary data are those which are collected a fresh from the employee through a
questionnaire.
Questionnaire were constructed based on the following types
Close ended question
3.3.2 SECONDARY DATA
Data was collected from previous reviews, annual report of the company .
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDYY

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE

The brief study is to analyze the organizational climate in SUCCESS ENGINEERING

INDUSTRIES tanjore.

SECONDARY OBJECTIVE

To find out the various factors influencing the organizational climate.

To analyze the employees welfare facilities in the company.

To identify the perception of the workers towads the orsanizational climate.


TOOLS USED
Percentage analysis method
Chi-square method.
Correlation

SCOPE OF THE STUDY

Organizational climate is the manifestation of the attitudes of organizational members

towards the organization itself. Organization climate is a relatively ending quality of the internal

environment that is experienced by the members, influences their behavior and can described in

terms of values of a particular set of characteristics of the organization.


Organizational climate is the set of characteristics that describe an organization and that (a)

differentiate one organization from other organizations; (b) are relatively enduring over time and (c)

influence the behaviour of the people in the organization.

The study is required for the following purposes:

1. To analyze the perception of employee about the working environment

2. To find out the characteristics of an organizational climate