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SANGROSE LABORATORIES PVT Ltd

MAVELIKARA

Summer Internship Report

Submitted by

SREERENJINI.S

ICE17MBA44

In partial fulfillment of the Requirement for the Award of the Degree

Of

Master of Business Administration

Of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University

ILAHIA SCHOOL OF MANGEMENT STUDIES

ILAHIA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

MULAVOOR P.O, MUVATTUPUZHA, ERNAKULAM-686673

2017-2019
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DECLARATION

I affirm that the Internship Training report undertaken in “SANGROSE


LABORATORIES PVT Ltd” being submitted in partial fulfillment for the award
of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION is the original work carried out
by me under the guidance of PROF.MUHAMMAD JAZIR P.V. (Faculty member,
Ilahia College of Engineering and Technology). It has not formed the part of any
other project work / Internship report submitted for award of any Degree or
Diploma, either in this or any other University.

Place : Mavelikara

Date : Sreerenjini.S

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

First of all I thank God almighty for his blessing that give me courage and mental ability to
present our project and make it great success.

I express my sincere thanks to our Director Prof. M A Mohammed Ali for Providing me all the
necessary facilities in the college.

I am happy to express my gratitude and respect to the Head of the Department of MBA
Mr. Sinosh P K for giving the motivation. And also I would like to honor my sincerest gratitude
to my guide, Mr. Muhammad Jazir P.V, Assistant Professor, Ilahia College of Engineering and
Technology, who has supported me throughout my internship with his patience and knowledge.

I express my greatest honor to Mr.Joseph Koshy (Director),for his kind permission to allow me
for two months internship at the Sangrose Laboratories private limited.

I would like to thank Mr. Jithin Thomas (HR manager), Sangrose Laboratories pvt ltd to teach
about the various HR functions and allow me to work under his observation.

Finally, I thank my parents for supporting me throughout all my studies and also my friends for
giving me support throughout internship.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER TITLE PAGE NO

I INTRODUCTION 5
1.1Introduction 5
1.2 Objective of the Internship 5
1.3 Industry Analysis 6-8
II ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS 9
2.1 Organizational Analysis 9
2.2 Mission ,Vision and Values 10
2.3 Products/Services of the company 11-22
III POSITIONING OF THE INTERN AND HIS/HER ROLE 23
3.1 Structure of the office to which the intern is attached 23
3.2 Details about the role of the intern and the various duties
&responsibilities assigned to him within the organization
3.2.1Duties & Responsibilities assigned to the intern 24
3.2.2Department allotted & reporting to whom
3.2.3Brief detailing about the whole internship
IV DETAILS ABOUT INTERNSHIP 25
4.1 Weekly Activity / Progress Report
4.2 Contribution of the Intern to the Organization
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4.2.1 Initiatives & Responsibilities taken by the intern
4.2.2 Task Accomplishments made
4.3 Learning from Internship 26
V CONCLUSION 27
VI REFERENCES 28

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CHAPTER 1
1.1 INTRODUCTION

The pharmaceutical industry is the branch of the chemical industry that manufactures drugs.
Pharmaceutical industry develops produces, and markets drugs or pharmaceutical for use as
medications. Pharmaceutical companies may deal in generic or brand medications and medical
devices. They are subject to a variety of laws and regulations that govern the patenting, testing,
safety, efficiency and marketing of drugs. Thus a pharmaceutical drug in the industry is a drug
used to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent disease. It is an important part of the medical field and
relies on the science of pharmacology for continual advancement and on pharmacy for appropriate
management.

The main aim of this internship is to gain an organizational familiarization and a practical
exposure of the implementation of various layouts. This study helped me to understand the
functions, structure, policies and different procedures of the organization. The main objective of
this study is to identify the functions of various divisions in the organization and also to gain
knowledge about the organizational atmosphere and to find the importance of this industry in the
society.

1.2 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

To familiarize with functioning of pharmaceutical industry and to gain a practical


experience, study the functioning of various divisions and other activities
which are carried out in the organization.

To make an understanding on various management practices followed in different areas of the
organization.
To make an understanding on the organizational design.

To make an understanding on how key business practices are carried out in the
organization.
To make an understanding of how information is used in the organization for decision
making at various levels.
To club the theoretical knowledge with the organizational practices

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1.3 INDUSTRY PROFILE

World History

The modern pharmaceutical industry traces its roots to two sources. The first of these were local
apothecaries that expanded from their traditional role distributing botanical drugs such as
morphine and quinine to whole sale manufacture in the mid1800s. Multinational corporations
including Merck, Hoffman-La Roche, Glaxo Smith Kline, Abbott Laboratories, Pfizer began as
local apothecary shops.

By the 1890s the profound effect of adrenal extracts on many different tissue types had been
discovered, setting off a search both for the mechanism signalling and efforts to exploit these
observations for the development of new drugs. The blood pressure raising and vasoconstrictive
effects of adrenal extracts were of particular interest to surgeons as haemostatic agents and as
treatment for shock, and a number of companies developed products based on adrenal extracts
containing varying purities of the active substance.

In 1897 John Abel of Johns Hopkins University identified the active principle as epinephrine,
which he isolated in an impure state as the sulphate salt. Industrial chemist JokichiTakamine later
developed a method for obtaining epinephrine in a pure state, and licensed the technology to Parke
Davis marketed epinephrine under the trade name Adrenalin . By 1929 epinephrine had been
formulated into an inhaler for use in the treatment of nasal congestion.
In 1903 the discovery of diethylbarbituric acid which induces sleep in dogs. The discovery of
Phenobarbital at Bayer was among the most widely used drugs for the treatment of epilepsy
through the 1970s, and as of 2014 remains on the World Health Organizations list of essential
medications.

A series of experiments performed from the late 1800s to the early 1900s revealed that diabetes is
caused by the absence of a substance normally produced by the pancreas. In 1921, it led to
development of insulin therapy as a routine medical procedure was delayed by difficulties in
producing the material in sufficient quantity.

The development of drugs for the treatment of infectious diseases was a major focus of early
research and development efforts; in 1900 pneumonia, tuberculosis, and diarrhoea were the three
leading causes of death in the US and mortality in the first year of life exceeded 10%.
In 1911 arsphenamine, the first synthetic anti-infective drug was developed by Paul Ehrlich and
chemist Alfred Bergheim of the Institute of Experimental Therapy in Berlin. The drug was given
the commercial name Salvarsan.

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World's largest pharmaceutical companies

1. Pfizer
2. Novartis
3. Sanofi
4. Roche Holding
5. Merck & Co.
6. GlaxoSmithKline
7. Amgen
8. AstraZeneca
9. Eli Lilly & Co.
10. Abbott Laboratories

As an industry in current scenario

The global pharmaceuticals market is worth US$300 billion a year, a figure expected to raise to
US$400 billion within 3 years. The 10 largest drugs companies control over one third of this
market, several with sales of more than US$10 billion a year and profit margins of about 30 %.
Six are based in the United States and four in Europe. It is predicted that North and South
America, Europe and Japan will continue to account for a full 85 % of the global pharmaceutical
market well into the 21st century. Companies currently spend one-third of all sales revenue on
marketing their products-roughly twice what they spend on research and development.

As a result of this pressure to maintain sales , there is no, in WHO's words, ―an inherent conflict
of interest between the legitimate business goals of manufactures and social, medical and
economic needs of providers and the public to select and use drugs in the most rational way

A similar conflict of interests exists in the area of drugs research and development(R&D)
particularly in the area of neglected diseases. The private sector dominates R&D, spending
millions of dollars each year developing new drugs for the mass market.The profit imperative
ensures that the drugs chosen for development are those most likely to provide a high return on the
company's investment. As a result, drugs for use in the industrialized world are prioritized over
ones for use in South, where many patients would be unable to pay for them.

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Indian History

The number of purely Indian pharms companies is fairly less. Indian pharma industry is mainly
operated as well as controlled by dominant foreign companies having subsidiaries in India due to
availability of cheap labour in India at low cost. In 2002, over 20000 registered drug manufactures
in India sold $9 billion worth of formulation and bulk drugs. 85% of these formulations were sold
in India while over 60% of the bulk drugs were exported, mostly to the US and Russia. Most of
the players in the market are small-to-medium enterprises.
In terms of the global market, India currently holds a modest 1-2% share, but it has been growing

at approximately 10% per year. India gained its foothold on the global scene with its innovatively
engineered generic drugs and active pharmaceutical ingredients(API), and it is now seeking to
become a major player in outsourced clinical research as well as contract manufacturing and
research. In 2005, almost 20% of all Abbreviated New Drug Applications (ANDA) to the FDA are
expected to be filed by Indian companies. Growth in other fields notwithstanding, generics are still
a large part of the picture. London research company Global Insight estimates that India's share of
the global generics market will have risen from 4%-33% by 2007. Indian pharmaceutical industry
has become third largest producer in the world and is poised to grow in an industry of $20 billion
in 2015 from the current turnover of $12 billion. Indian pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities
registered with US FDA as on March 2014 was the highest at 523 for any country outside USA

India's largest pharmaceutical companies

1. Dr Reddy's Lab
2. Cipla
3. Lupin
4. AurobindoPharma
5. Cadila Health
6. Jubilant Life
7. Torrent Pharma
8. Ipca Labs
9. Sun Pharma
10. Divis Labs

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CHAPTER 2

2.1 PROFILE OF THE COMPANY

Background of the company

Sangrose Laboratories was incarnated in the year 1987 asa private limited company. The chief
mastermind behind the initiation of this venture is C.K. Alexander, he is having 30years of
experience in Pharmaceutical Industry with over 25years in the top management. His vast
experience and the proactive approach triggered him to start a company like this.
Sangrose started production of Anti-Leprosy Bulk Drug Clofazimine I.P/B.P in the year of 1989
with the initial capacity of one ton/annum. The company attained remarkable growth in yester
years and enhanced its production capacity to 14 tons/per annum in 1994. The company
commenced the soft gelatine encapsulation unit alongside, in the same year. The Company also
initiated the formulation units for other dosage forms including Tablets, Hard
Gelatine Capsules, Creams, Ointments and Liquid Orals. Currently the company has a full-
fledged API Manufacturing Unit for Clofazimine IP/BP/Ph.Eur and has a well-equipped
formulation unit wherein over 300 different formulation are manufactured.

Nature of the Business

SANGROSE LABORATORIES has tie ups in the mantra to success in this age of
Globalization 'east meets west' as transactional companies reach out for synergistic partner to
enhance their competitiveness in the global market. Companies seek partners who have the state of
art research and development, manufacturing facilities with excellent customer care. Sangrose
caters to all as it believes in value added support. Sangrose seeks partnership with pharmacy
companies around the world by offering facilities for contract manufacturing API and drug
intermediaries. Its group ethos is based on achieving excellence in bringing out therapeutically
active products.

The company ventured into the domain of formulation development in the year 1994.Through it
started off at a low scale with just the Soft Gelatine Encapsulation Unit, it slowly bloomed to
include various Formulation Units including Tablets, Hard Gelatine, Liquid Orals, Creams and
Ointments. The company has been endowed with US FDA approved for manufacturing quality
products.

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2.2 MISSION AND VISION

MISSION

The mission of Sangrose Lab. is to dedicate itself through the creation of innovative medical
product and services for the benefit of the medical community and human health around the world.

VISION

The vision of the company is to become a leader in the Indian Pharmaceuticals Industry and a
significant global player, providing customers delight and enhancing shareholders value

Objective of the Firm

• To manufacture, produce, refine, process, formulate, buy, cell, import, export or otherwise
deal in the basic drugs, python chemicals, and plant Extract, and dyes pesticides.

• To manufacture, produce, distribute, sell, make, research, export and to deal in


pharmaceuticals, drugs, chemicals, medicine preparation, dyes pesticide, cosmetics, their
intermediates including sophisticated item oil, injection, orals, syrups, tablets, capsules in such
other form for human and animal use.

• To carry on the business of chemicals, drugs, import, manufacture and deal


In pharmaceuticals, chemicals for medical purposes, pathological, clinical, Industrial and for
other preparations and article, compounds, drugs and deal in chemicals, surgical
apparatus and materials.

• To carry on the business of chemicals, drugs, import, manufacture and deal In


pharmaceuticals, chemicals for medical purposes, pathological, clinical, Industrial and for other
preparations and article, compounds, drugs and deal in chemicals, surgical apparatus and
materials.

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Quality Policy

Sangrose Laboratories proudly pronounce its personal commitment provide cost effective product
of desired quality which are uniform, pure and therapeutically effective especially for the under-
served and marginalized communities. We are dedicated to achieve the highest level of quality in
delivering therapeutically potent drugs. Our motto is-

"Reaching out globally to health serve mankind"

2.3 PRODUCT PROFILE

PRODUCTS

Today Sangrose Laboratories is a highly successful in the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry itself
with a slew of immensely popular medical products. Besides there core product i.e. the drug bulk
API Clofazimine, it has other products to cater the new niche segments and sharpen its focus
among customers, Sangrose caters to a defined therapeutic segment. The following are the major
products of Sangrose Laboratories.

1. Basic Drugs

The company currently manufactures anti-leprosy Basic Drug Clofazimine I.P/B.P in its basic
drugs units.

2. Soft Gelatin Capsules

Sangrose Laboratories Manufacturing a vast variety of formulations in soft gelatin like multi-
vitamins and mineral capsules, Iron-Folic acid capsules, Calcium with Vitamin D3 capsules and
Enteric coated capsules.

3. Hard Capsule Section

The Hard Gelatin Capsule Section is having a production capacity of 1.5 crore/per annum. Some
of the formulations undertaken include;

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• Aspirin and Isosorbide SR HG Capsules
• Alphalipoic acid with multivitamin HG Capsules
• Azithromycin and Ambroxol HG Capsules
• Rifampicin HG Capsules

4. Tablet Section

• Antibiotic Tablets
• Analgesic and Antipyretic Tablets
• Calcium Tablets
• Anti-Cold Tablets
• Anti-Hypertensive Tablets
• Antidiabetic Tablets

5. Semi-Solid Section

The major semi-solid formulations manufactured in Sangrose are Anti-Fungal and Anti-Bacterial
Creams and Ointments.

6. Liquid Oral Section

• Analgesic and Antipyretic Syrup


• Cough Syrup
• Anti-Cold Syrup
• Multivitamin Syrup and Drops

Sources of the product

• Amino Compound
• Acetic Acid
• Methanol
• Glycerin
• Sorbitol
• Isopropanol
• Methyisalicyclate
• Carbon Tera Chloride
• Imidazole
• 0-Chloro Benzoic Acid

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Major Customers

The major customers of Sangrose Laboratories are as follows;

Overseas Customers

Novartis, Basel-Switzerland
Sandoz, Japan
Bioextract, Colombo
Equity Pharma, South Africa
4Pharma & Health, Netherland

National Level Customers

Sandoz Pvt.Ltd, Mahad-Maharashtra


Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad
Cadila Healthcare, Bengaluru
KlarsehenPvt.Ltd, Kolkata
Nova Millennium Pharmacy, Chennai
Abl Biotechnologies, Chennai
Nouvenavmedicam, Chennai
House Remedy, Chennai
Enka Healthcare, Delhi

Apart from the overseas and national customers, Sangrose is also having customers in local level
and through government supply.

PRODUCT LIST

The following are the medicinal products based on therapeutic which is marketed as a consumer
healthcare segment.

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 CLO-B
 CLOSAL
 CLOGEN
 EMSONE
 U-PRO
 MUPIROCIN 2% OINTMENT
 ZEMEGA-3
 COJI CLEAN
 VITA-E 400
 ZENTIN-L
 SANFLU-150
 TERBINORM
 HYDROSTER
 RETISCO-20
 GENCLOBEC
 VIT-AXON

DEPARTMENT PROFILE
Every organisation has its own departments that perform several functions and this enables to
reduce complications .departmentalization enables in specialisation of the job. Effective
supervision is also possible and better results are the outcomes of such functional departments.
Division of work enables in achieving the organizational objectives. Every manager can efficiently
manage the work when the different activities are categorized into a common group.

The different departments in Sangrose laboratories are as follows

1 .HUMAN RESOURCE

2. FINANCE

3. MARKETING

4. PRODUCTION

5. QUALITY CONTROL

6. QUALITY ASSURANCE

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HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT

Human resource is the field of management which controls the human resource in an organization.
Human resource department maintains a complete list of all the worked deployed in the
organization. It is the function in organizations designed to maximize employee performance of an
employer„s strategic objectives. HR is primarily concerned with the management of people within
organizations, focusing on policies and systems. HR departments and units in organizations
typically undertake a number of activities, including employee recruitment, training and
development, performance appraisal, and rewarding (eg; managing pay and benefit systems). HR
is also concerned with industrial relations that is the balancing of organizational practices with
requirement„s arising from collective bargaining and from governmental laws.in the current global
work environment, most companies focus on lowering employee turnover and on retaining talent
and knowledge held by their workforce. New hiring not only entails a high cost but also increases
the risk of a newcomer not being able to replace the person who was working in that position
before.HR departments also strive to offer benefits that will appesl to workers thus reducing the
risk of losing corporate knowledge. The work is performed in three shifts and around 100
employees are working here. Sangrose maintains cordial relationship with its workers. Good
formal and informal relation is maintained between the employees and employer. Sangrose
implements various incentive scheme for the benefits of employees which can motivate the
employees to work more.
Functions of human resource department

The functions of human resource department are as below;

Recruitment
Selection
Training and development

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HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT CHART

HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT

PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER

WELFARE OFFICER

EMPLOYEES

FINANCE DEPARTMENT

Finance may be defined as the art and science of managing money an efficient finance department
s the backbone of an organization. Its main activity is to maintain the cash inflows and outflows in
the organization. Finance is a field that deals with the allocation of assets and liabilities over time
under conditions of certainty and uncertainty. Finance can also be defined as the science of money
management. A key point in finance is the time value of money, which states the purchasing
power of one unit currency can vary over time. Finance aims to price assets based on their risk
level and the expected rate of return. The finance manager who is the head of the department
determines and allocates funds for various departments and helps to avoid the wastage of funds.
As finance is the life blood of the organization it provides solution to the question such as how to
procure fund and how to utilize the fund and how to make profit.

Objectives

Financial management is the managerial activity which is concerned with planning controlling and
administration of fund used in business. It involves a sound judgement combined with a
logical approach to decision making.
The finance department is primarily concerned with the following objectives;

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1. Maximization of profit

Profit maximization is the basic criteria considered by the managers while taking a decision. As a
business organization the primary objective is to maximize the profit. It is essential for the further
smooth working of the organization.
2. Maximization of wealth

This objective is as important as maximization of profit. This is possible by maximizing the net
present

3. Working capital management

Working capital management has great importance as the success of every business depends upon
the management of the working capital. Working capital in simple terms is the amount of funds
which a business concern has to finance in its day to day operations. It can also be regarded as that
proportion of a company„s total capital which is short term operation.

FINANCE DEPARTMENT CHART

FINANCE DEPARTMENT

FINANCE MANAGER

ACCOUNTANT

CHIEF CLERK

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MARKETING DEPARTMENT

Marketing is communicating the value of a product, service or brand to customers, for the purpose
of promoting or selling that product, service, or brand. Its techniques include choosing target
markets through market analysis and market segmentation ,as well as understanding consumer
behaviour and advertising a products value to the customer. From a societal point of view,
marketing is the link between a society„s material requirement„s and its economic patterns of
response.

Marketing satisfies these needs and wants through exchange processes and building long-term
relationships ,it involves all those processes and activities that direct the flow of goods and
services from producer to consumer. Marketing is the activities that are aimed at planning,
pricing, promoting and distributing want satisfying products and services to the present and
potential customers it is also important to an industry as half of the cost of goods and services
results from the marketing process.

Functions of marketing department

The functions of marketing department are based on;

Functions of exchange:

 Buying

In management decision making buying signifies the commitment of interested or affected parties
to a decision to ‗buy into„ the decision, that is, to agree to give it support, often by having been
involved in its formulation.

 Selling

Selling is considered by many to be a sort of persuading ―art‖. From a management viewpoint it is

thought of as a part of marketing, although the skills required are different. Sales often form a
separate grouping in sangrose, employing separate specialist operatives known as sales person

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MARKET DEPARTMENT CHART

MARKETING MANAGER

MARKETING SUPERVISOR

SALES OFFICIALS

PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT

Production is the department in which the process of conversation of raw materials and inputs
required for production is converted into output or finished product. Production is the basis or
primary function as everything starts from it .production system consist of inputs at one end and a
the other end these outputs are connected by a series of operations ,processes, storage and
inspection it is the department responsible for the creation or manufacture of a product. its sub-
departments are stores department, quality control and maintenance department.

Functions of production department

To produce the required number of products that caters to the current demand

To set proper manufacturing schedules in order to ensure timely completion and supply of
product.
Optimum utilization of men, machines, materials and money
To ensure minimum wastage
 To achieve the production target within the stipulated time with minimum wastage of resources.
The unit cost of the product should be estimated carefully and effort should be made to stick to
the cost standards.

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PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT CHART

RAW MATERIAL

MIXING

ENCAPSULATION

WASHING

DRYING

WASHING

PACKING

DISPATCHING

2.5.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE DEPARTMENT

The quality assurance (QA) refers to the planned and systematic activities implemented in a
quality system so that quality requirements for a product or service will be fulfilled .It is
the systematic measurement comparison with standard, monitoring of process and an
associated feedback loop that confers error prevention. this can be contrasted with ―Quality
Control‖. This is focused on process outputs.

Two principles included in QA are fit for purpose the product should be suitable for the
intended purpose and right first time mistakes should be eliminated.QA includes management of
the quality of the raw materials, assemblies, products and components, services related production
and management production and inspection processes.
Suitable quality is determined by the product user„s clients or customers not by society in
General . It is not related to cost and adjectives or descriptors such ―high‖ and ―poor‖ are
not applicable.

A team of well qualified and trained personnel is supporting the quality assurance unit. Well-
equipped quality assurance lab with sopshicated and modern instruments is functioning here in
order to ensure the quality of raw materials package in materials in process and final products, all
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instruments are maintained in calibrated state quality assurance laboratory is equipped with the
following advanced instruments namely;

 HPLC
 Gas chromatograph
 UV-visible double beam spectrophotometer
 Autotitrator
 Electronic analytical balances
 IR moisture analysing balance
 Melting point apparatus

QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT

Quality is one of the major aspects that the organization is concerned with the systematic control
of materials, men, machine and manufacturing conditions is quality control.

Functions of quality control

 Identify the defective goods


 Find the quality of mixing
 Ways to reduce the cost of manufacture
 Improvement of manufacturing an customer relation
 Market research
 Production methods and production design that improves quality
 Factors affecting quality

Quality control measures

 Raw material analysis


 In process analysis
 Finished product analysis

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The quality control laboratory functioning in the company has sophisticated equipment like U>V
spectrophotometer, disintegration testing equipment, dissolution testing equipment, electronic PH
meters, digital electronics balance etc.
Quality control is the statistical method of measuring deviation from standard quality by recording
sample tests on a chart which immediately shows when work is being deviated from approved
limits.

QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT

QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT

CHEMIST

ASSISTANT CHEMIST

LAB ASSISTANT

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CHAPTER 3

3.1 Attached With HUMAN RESOURCE DEAPARTMENT

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

Managing Director

Financial Purchase Production Maintenance Research & Marketing HRM


Dpt &store dpt & engg dpt development Dept
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ptdepartm
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Finance
Manager

Production Quality Maintenance Chemist Marketing PR


Chemist Control Engineering Engineer
Accountant Dept

Purchase Assistant Quality Workers Assistant Sales Welfare


Manager Chemist Control Chemist Officer Officer
Manager

Clerks Lab Assistant


assistant Chemist
Lab
Assistant
Accountant
Clerk

Store Workers Lab


Assistant Assistant
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3.2 Details about the Role of the Intern and the Various Duties and

Responsibilities Assigned Within The Organization.


3.2.1 Duties and Responsibilities.

 Duty to assist the superior.


 Responsibility to prepare the attendence card and handling the customers appointment.
 Preparing the wage bill of the worker.
 Attendance marking and verification.
 Duty to prepare call letters for new employees
 Prepare performance evaluation report of the workers.
 Duty to prepare the certificate for internship and projects.
 Duty to check the invoice reports.

3.2.2 Department Allotted : HUMAN RESOURCE

Reporting To : Jithin Thomas

Sangrose Laboratories Ltd, Mavelikara

3.2.3 Brief Detailing of the Internship

It was a two months internship. During the internship, got an opportunity to identify the various
duties and responsibilities that under taken by different departments and how a company carries
their work and learn how to deal with others, their culture, the rules that followed by the
company. The internship was done under the Human Resource department of Sangrose
Laboratoties whereby, able to know the different functions under HR department. And also got
an idea about the pharmaceuticals product manufacturing process that held on factory and the
various types of manufacturing process. This internship was an opportunity to interact with
different mangers and it gives learning about how to interact with different persons and gives
knowledge about how to handle problems.

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CHAPTER 4
4.2 CONTRIBUTION OF THE INTERN TO THE ORGANISATION

4.2.1 Initiatives and Responsibilities taken by the Intern


 Responsibility to assist the superior.
 Responsibility to prepare the attendence card and handling the customers appointment.
 Take initiative to preparing the wage bill of the worker.
 Attendance marking and verification.
 Take initiatives to prepare call letters for new employees.
 Prepare performance evaluation report of the workers.
 Take initiatives to prepare the certificate for internship and projects.
 Responsibility to check the invoice reports.
 Responsibility to check the sales details of the company.

4.2.2 Task Accomplishments Made

 The main task was attending the phone calls. It is a major task because the whole
customers, our employees, our branch managers all are called on my phone. I have to
attend the call and connect to specified departments.
 Sorting and filing of the ESI details of the employees as per order of their experience in
our company is another major task.
 Sorting and filing of the personal details that is aadhar card copies , ration card copies,
identity card copies of employees and their families.

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4.3 LEARNING FROM THE INTERNSHIP

From the two months internship it is understand that it‟s a structured work experience related
to a student's major career goal. An experience that should enhance a student's academic,
career and personal development .Through the internship program got several
responsibilities. By the grace of god and support from the industry guide was able to
complete the tasks within the time limit. And internship program gives clarity to how the
organization works effectively. And it helps to convert the theoretical knowledge in to
practical.

Obviously the main thing that the internship taught is what are the skills needed to work in
the field. Being able to work together and help one other was vital to the departmental
success. Team work is such an important aspect of running successful company and
internship have taught how to do this on business level. Internship helped to gain the
experience that helps feel competent and confident in future.

Internship helps to contribute the concepts that gained from my academic section in the areas
of human resource management

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CHAPTER 5

CONCLUSION

The Indian pharmaceuticals market is third largest in terms of volume and thirteen largest in terms
of value, as per a pharmaceuticals sector analysis report by equity master. The market is
dominated majorly by branded generics which constitute nearly 70 to 80 per cent of the market.
Considered to be a highly fragmented industry, consolidation has increasingly become an
important feature of the Indian pharmaceutical market.

Sangrose Laboratories is the only company manufacturing Clofazimine in India. This will
create the high demand of their products. The company is enjoying the benefits of both small scale
industry and company form of the organization.
The company plays an important role in the National Leprosy introduced eradication program
introduced by the government of India under the aid of World Health Organization (WHO).
Sangrose is a socially responsible organization that it has always tried to touch the deep roots of
society. It reflects its social commitment through its various social welfare activities which has a
constant nature of serving the purpose. It is the capital intensive and power oriented
project in the small scale sector promoted with the objective of rural development. It is the policy
of the Sangrose to supply medicine conforming to quality standard specified by customers at
agreed prices and to their satisfaction. The promoters of the company have considered all the
infrastructure facility for setting up the require by the small scale industry. Since the sales for
Sangrose Laboratories become seasonal there is huge requirement of working capital because the
company depends on tenders invited by the Government of India. This leads to heavy stocking of
raw materials and finished goods at the beginning of the financial year. In an overall outcome the
organization is filled with enriched people, future oriented vision,innovative medicines and
quality concerns is growing at heights day by day. And one last thing to comment out is that the
company has a great scope in the pharmaceutical industry in the state 'Kerala' as well as the
national even competing opportunities in the emerging markets, so the company has to find
the right slot and times to get in capture the space where they can gain the road ahead.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

ARTCLES

COMPANY MANUALS &RECORDS

INTERNET

http//www.sangroselabs.com
http//.pharmaceuticals.gov.in

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