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Kotak mahindra life insurance project report on recruitment and selection process

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This project report is all about recruitment and selection process of Kotak mahindra life insurance. This is an summer internship project report made by me for the requirement of BBA Course.

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Kotak mahindra life insurance project report on recruitment and selection process

  1. 1. IN COMPANY TRAINING REPORT ON “RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS OF KOTAK MAHINDRA LIFE INSURANCE” COMPLETED IN KOTAK MAHINDRA LIFE INSURANCE SUBMITTED IN THE PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT OF BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA) GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY TRAINING SUPERVISOR SUMBITTED BY Jaswindra Bindra Roneet Kumar (Branch Manager) Enrollment No. 10541202202 Batch:2012-2015 GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY, AMRITSAR
  2. 2. DECLARATION This Project Report is submitted at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar towards “In- Company Training & Project Report (BBA – 6th Semester) for the partial fulfillment of Degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). I, hereby declare that this is the original work done and the information provided in the Project Report is authentic and not copied from anywhere and neither submitted in any other degree / diploma programme. Signature of Student
  3. 3. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I express my sincere thanks to all the faculties for guiding me right from the inception till the successful completion of the project. I sincerely acknowledge them for extending her valuable guidance, support for literature, critical reviews of the project. I thank her for the much needed timely advice and suggestion that she has provided. She has also helped me to understand the theories of Human Resource. I consider it a pleasant duty and take the opportunity to express my heartfelt appreciation, gratitude and indebtedness to Ms. Jaswinder Bindra for her keen interest, invaluable pains taking & excellent guidance, patience, endurance, encouragement & thoughtful advice for the project work. She has been instrumental in making me understand the procedures and policies of Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance. Her kind support and guidance throughout the course of this project has helped me to complete my work effectively and efficiently. I feel gratitude for my family members for their moral support and help which they provided me during the course of project work. I am also thankful to my friends who gave me continuous inspiration to complete this project successfully. Roneet Kumar
  4. 4. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Someone has greatly said that practical knowledge is far better than classroom teaching. During this project fully realized this and come to know about the present real world of insurance. Since it include all the activities involved in selling insurance products directly to financial customers. Pleased to know about the customer’s wants and various activities in the real world of insurance product. The Subject of the study is “Recruitment and Selection process in Kotak Mahindra life insurance.” The objective of my project is “Recruitment and Selection process” in Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance (a leading insurance organization) and determines the satisfaction level of the training among the Agents in the company. This project report is a review based on theory as well as research. To accomplish the above, around 100 Agents of Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance were surveyed and interviewed. The core purpose of the survey was to find out employee perspective towards the training (mainly induction) that are given to t hem. The report is made useful for readers by incorporating Suggestions and Recommendations for all concerned on how to make a grand success of training process followed by their organizations.
  5. 5. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapters Page No. 1. Introduction 1.1 Overview of Industry as a whole 1-7 2. Profile and Organisation structure of the company o Origin 8-14 o Recent Achievements 14-16 o Mission & Vision 16-17 o Products 17-21 o Organisational Structure 22-29 2.2 Introduction to the topic 30-40 3. Objective 41 3.1 Objectives of the study 4. Research Methodology 42-44 o Research Design o Sources of Data o Sampling Techniques o Sample Size o Methods of Data Collection o Tools and Techniques of Analysis o Limitations of the Study 5. Data Analysis and Interpretation 45-54 6. Findings 55 7. Recommendations 56 ANNEXURES BIBLIOGRAPHY
  6. 6. CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
  7. 7. 1.1 OVERVIEW OF INDUSTRYAS WHOLE Industry profile The insurance industry in India can broadly classify in two parts. They are. 1) Life insurance. 2) Non-life (general) insurance. 1) Life insurance:- Life insurance can be defined as “life insurance provides a sum of money if the person who is insured dies while the policy is in effect”. In 1818 British introduced to India, with the establishment of the oriental life insurance company in Calcutta. The first Indian owned Life Insurance Company; the Bombay mutual life assurance society was set up in 1870. The life insurance act, 1912 was the first statuary measure to regulate the life insurance business in India. In 1983, the earlier legislation was consolidated and amended by the insurance act, 1938, with comprehensive provisions for detailed effective control over insurance. The union government had opened the insurance sector for private participation in 1999, also allowing the private Companies to have foreign equity up to 26%. Following the opening up of the insurance sector, 12 private sector companies have entered the life insurance business. Benefits of life insurance: 1. Life insurance encourages saving and forces thrift. 2. It is superior to a traditional savings vehicle. 3. It helps to achieve the purpose of life assured. 4. It can be enchased and facilitates quick borrowing. 5. It provides valuable tax relief.
  8. 8. Thus insurance is found to be very useful in the lives of the person both in short term and long term. Fundamental principles of life insurance contract:- 1) Principle of almost good faith: “A positive duty to voluntary disclose, accurately and fully, all facts, material to the risk being proposed whether requested or not”. 2) Principle of insurable interest: “Relationships with the subject matter (a person) which is recognized in law and gives legal right to insure that person”. 2) Non-life (general) Insurance:- Triton insurance co. ltd was the first general insurance company to be established in India in 1850, whose shares were mainly held by the British. The first general insurance company to be set up by an Indian was Indian mercantile insurance co. Ltd., which was stabilized in 1907. There emerged many a player on the Indian scene thereafter. The general insurance business was nationalized after the promulgation of General Insurance Corporation (GIC) OF India undertook the post-nationalization general insurance business. A Brief History of Insurance Sector: Insurance in India can be traced back to the Vedas. For instance, yogakshema, the name of Life Insurance Corporation of India's corporate headquarters, is derived from the Rig Veda. The term suggests that a form of "community insurance" was prevalent around 1000 BC and practiced by the Aryans. Burial societies of the kind found in ancient Rome were formed in the Buddhist period to help families build houses, protect widows and children. Bombay Mutual Assurance Society, the first Indian life assurance society, was formed in 1870. Other companies like Oriental, Bharat and Empire of India were also set up in
  9. 9. the 1870-90s. It was during the swadeshi movement in the early 20th century that insurance witnessed a big boom in India with several more companies being set up. The Insurance Act was passed in 1912, followed by a detailed and amended Insurance Act of 1938 that looked into investments, expenditure and management of these companies' funds. The insurance sector in India has come a full circle from being an open competitive market to nationalization and back to a liberalized market again. Tracing the developments in the Indian insurance sector reveals the 360-degree turn witnessed over a period of almost 190 years. The business of life insurance in India in its existing form started in India in the year 1818 with the establishment of the Oriental Life Insurance Company in Calcutta. Some of the important milestones in the life insurance business in India are shown in the table below: The General insurance business in India, on the other hand, can trace its roots to the Triton Insurance Company Ltd., the first general insurance company established in the year 1850 in Calcutta by the British. For years thereafter, insurance remained a monopoly of the public sector. It was only after seven years of deliberation and debate - after the RN Malhotra Committee report of 1994 became the first serious document calling for the re-opening up of the insurance sector to private players -- that the sector was finally opened up to private players in 2001. The Insurance Regulatory & Development Authority, an autonomous insurance regulator set up in 2000, has extensive powers to oversee the insurance business and regulate in a manner that will safeguard the interests of the insured. The history of life insurance in India dates back to 1818 when it was conceived as a means to provide for English Widows. Interestingly in those days a higher premium was charged for Indian lives than the non-Indian lives as Indian lives were considered more risky for coverage.
  10. 10. The Bombay Mutual Life Insurance Society started its business in 1870. It was the first company to charge same premium for both Indian and non-Indian lives. The Oriental Assurance Company was established in 1880. The General insurance business in India, on the other hand, can trace its roots to the Triton (Title) Insurance Company Limited, the first general insurance company established in the year 1850 in Calcutta by the British. Till the end of nineteenth century insurance business was almost entirely in the hands of overseas companies. Insurance regulation formally began in India with the passing of the Life Insurance Companies Act of 1912 and the provident fund Act of 1912. Several frauds during 20's and 30's sullied insurance business in India. By 1938 there were 176 insurance companies. The first comprehensive legislation was introduced with the Insurance Act of 1938 that provided strict State Control over insurance business. The insurance business grew at a faster pace after independence. Indian companies strengthened their hold on this business but despite the growth that was witnessed, insurance remained an urban phenomenon. The Government of India in 1956, brought together over 240 private life insurers and provident societies under one nationalized monopoly corporation and Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) was born. Nationalization was justified on the grounds that it would create much needed funds for rapid industrialization. This was in conformity with the Government's chosen path of State lead planning and development. The (non-life) insurance business continued to thrive with the private sector till 1972. Their operations were restricted to organized trade and industry in large cities. The general insurance industry was nationalized in 1972. With this, nearly 107 insurers were amalgamated and grouped into four companies- National Insurance Company, New India Assurance Company, Oriental Insurance Company and United India Insurance Company. These were subsidiaries of the General Insurance Company (GIC).
  11. 11. Indian federal government considers insurance as one of major sources of funds for infrastructure development. The government has identified the following as major thrust areas: * Timely and reliable statistical data and information about policies and markets to instill a degree of credibility; * A code of good practices based on international best practices to raise the standard of Indian insurance sector; * Strengthening of supervision and regulation; * Market participation in decision-making; * High solvency standard' and Developing alternative channels. Till end of 1999-2000 fiscal years, two state-run insurance companies, namely, Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) and General Insurance Corporation (GIC) were the monopoly insurance (both life and non-life) providers in India. Under GIC there were four subsidiaries-- National Insurance Company Ltd, Oriental Insurance Company Ltd, New India Assurance Company Ltd, and United India Assurance Company Ltd. In fiscal 2000-01, the Indian federal government lifted all entry restrictions for private sector investors. Foreign investment insurance market was also allowed with 26 percent cap. GIC was converted into India's national reinsure from December, 2000 and all the subsidiaries working under the GIC umbrella were restructured as independent insurance companies. Indian Parliament has cleared a Bill on July 30, 2002 de-linking the four subsidiaries from GIC. A separate Bill has been approved by Parliament to allow brokers, cooperatives and intermediaries in the sector. Currently insurance companies- both private and public-- have to cede 20 percent of its reinsurance with GIC. GIC is planning to increase re-insurance premium by 20 percent which works out at Rs 3000 cr. GIC is actively considering entry into overseas markets including West Asia, South-east Asia and SAARC region.
  12. 12. Insurance Sector Reforms: In 1993, Malhotra Committee, headed by former Finance Secretary and RBI Governor R. N. Malhotra, was formed to evaluate the Indian insurance industry and recommend its future direction. The Malhotra committee was set up with the objective of complementing the reforms initiated in the financial sector. The reforms were aimed at “creating a more efficient and competitive financial system suitable for the requirements of the economy keeping in mind the structural changes currently underway and recognizing that insurance is an important part of the overall financial system where it was necessary to address the need for similar reforms…”  IRDA – INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION ACT, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) is an autonomous apex statutory body which regulates and develops the insurance industry in India. It was constituted by a Parliament of India act called Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority Act, 1999 and duly passed by the Government of India. The agency operates from its headquarters at Hyderabad, Telangana where it shifted from Delhi in 2001. IRDA batted for a hike in the foreign direct investment (FDI) limit to 49 per cent in the insurance sector from the erstwhile 26 per cent. The FDI limit in insurance sector was raised to 49% in July 2014. HISTORY OF IRDA The IRDA Act, 1999 was passed as per the major recommendation of the Malhotra Committee report (7 jan,1994) which recommended establishment of an independent regulatory authority for insurance sector in India. Later, It was incorporated as a statutory body in April, 2000. The IRDA Act, 1999 also allows private players to enter the
  13. 13. insurance sector in India besides a maximum foreign equity of 26 per cent in a private insurance company having operations in India. The Insurance Bill proposes to raise the FDI limit in insurance sector to 49%. Proposed by UPA government in July 2013, it is still pending discussion in Rajya Sabha. It serves as an Authority to protect the interests of holders of insurance policies, to regulate, promote and ensure orderly growth of the insurance industry and for matters connected therewith. IRDA role is to protect rights of policy holders & they provide registration certification to life insurance companies & responsible for renewal, modification, cancellation & suspension of this registered certificate.
  14. 14. CHAPTER 2 PROFILE AND ORGANISATION STRUCTURE OF THE COMPANY
  15. 15. Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance  Origin Kotak Mahindra is one of India's leading financial organizations, offering a wide range of financial services that encompass every sphere of life. From commercial banking, to stock broking, to mutual funds, to life insurance, to investment banking, the group caters to the diverse financial needs of individuals and corporate. The group has a net worth of over Rs. 6,523 crores and has a distribution network of branches, franchisees, representative offices and satellite offices across cities and towns in India and offices in New York, London, San Francisco, Dubai, Mauritius and Singapore. The Group services around 6.2 million customer accounts. Brief history: Kotak Mahindra group, established in 1985 by Uday Kotak, is one of India’s leading financial services conglomerates. In February 2003, Kotak Mahindra Finance Ltd. (KMFL), the Group’s flagship company, received a banking license from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). With this, KMFL became the first non-banking finance company in India to be converted into a bank – Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited (KMBL). In a study by Brand Finance Banking 500, published in February 2014 by the Banker magazine (from The Financial Times Stable), KMBL was ranked 245th among the world’s top 500 banks with brand valuation of around half a billion dollars ($481 million) and brand rating of AA+.[2] [3] KMBL is also ranked among the top 5 Best Ranked Companies for Corporate Governance in IR Global Ranking.
  16. 16. Year Milestone 1986 Kotak Mahindra Finance Limited commences bill discounting business 1987 Kotak Mahindra Finance Limited enters leasing and hire purchase business 1990 Starts the auto finance division for financing passenger cars 1991 Launches investment banking business 1992 Enters the funds syndication business 1995 Commenced joint venture with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Investment Banking division incorporated into a separate company - Kotak Mahindra Capital Company 1996 The auto finance business is hived off into a separate company - Kotak Mahindra Prime Limited (formerly known as Kotak Mahindra Primus Limited). Kotak Mahindra takes a significant stake in Ford Credit Kotak Mahindra Limited, for financing Ford vehicles. 1998 Launches mutual fund through Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Company (KMAMC). 2000 Kotak Securities launches online broking business (now www.kotaksecurities.com[5]). 2001 Launches insurance business, partners Old Mutual plc to form Kotak Mahindra Old
  17. 17. Mutual Life Insurance Ltd. 2003 Kotak Mahindra Finance Ltd. (KMFL), the group's flagship company, receives banking license from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). With this, KMFL becomes the first non-banking finance company to be converted into a commercial bank - Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. 2004 Enters alternate assets business with the launch of a private equity fund. 2005 Kotak Mahindra Group realigns joint venture in Ford Credit; takes 100% ownership of Kotak Mahindra Prime (formerly known as Kotak Mahindra Primus Limited) and sells its stake in Ford credit Mahindra to Ford. 2005 Launches a real estate fund 2006 Buys out Goldman Sachs' equity stake in Kotak Mahindra Capital Company and Kotak Securities Ltd. 2008 Launched a Pension Fund under India's National Pension System (NPS) 2009 Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. opens a representative office in Dubai Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. becomes anchor investor in Ahmedabad Commodities Exchange (ACE) AWARDS AND RECOGNITION  Won ‘Gold Award for Best Innovation – World’s first socially powered bank account’ and ‘Gold Award for Best App developed – World’s first banking application using Twitter’ awards at the Indian Digital Media Awards 2014 for Kotak Jifi  Recognised as Highest Fundraising Company in Corporate Challenge category in Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon 2014  Kotak Mahindra Bank was ranked 292nd among India's most trusted brands according to the Brand Trust Report 2012, a study conducted by Trust Research Advisory. In the Brand Trust Report 2013, Kotak Mahindra Bank was ranked 861st
  18. 18. among India's most trusted brands and subsequently, according to the Brand Trust Report 2014, Kotak Mahindra Bank was ranked 114th among India's most trusted brands.[6]  Adjudged Best Bank among Emerging Banks at Outlook Money Awards 2013  Adjudged Best Medium Sized Bank of the Year 2013 by BusinessWorld  Kotak Junior ad film adjudged Best Banking Ad Worldwide 2013, by Bank Innovation – a leading global blog on banking  Won Asian Banker’s IT Award in Best Self Service category for Courtesy Call Back feature  Won ‘Platinum for Innovation – World’s first Twitter Enabled Banking Product’, ‘Gold for Best Usage of Viral Marketing’, ‘Gold for Best Usage of Social Media’, ‘Gold for Best Usage of Digital Marketing’ and ‘Gold for Best Digital Strategy’ at Campaign India Digital Crest Awards 2013 for Kotak Jifi  Won EMC Transformer Award 2013 for innovative implementation of storage technologies in the Bank  Won National Securities Depository Ltd. (NSDL) award in the Best Performer in account Growth Rate category 2013, for Demat Accounts.
  19. 19. Kotak’s Corporate Identity Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Ltd. Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance is a 74:26 joint venture between Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. and Old Mutual plc. Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance is one of the fastest growing insurance companies in India and has shown remarkable growth since its inception in 2001. Old Mutual, a company with 160 years experience in life insurance, is an international financial services group listed on the London Stock Exchange and included in the FTSE 100 list of companies, with assets under management worth $ 400 Billion as on 30th June, 2006. For customers, this joint venture translates into a company that combines international expertise with the understanding of the local market. The Kotak Mahindra group The Kotak Mahindra group is one of India’s leading banking and financial services organizations, with offerings across personal financial services; commercial banking; corporate and investment banking and markets; stock broking; asset management and life insurance. Kotak Mahindra believes in offering its customers a lifetime of value. A commitment that has made it a leading financial services group with a net worth of over Rs. 3,200 crore, employing around 10,800 people in its various businesses and has a distribution network of branches, franchisees, representative offices and satellite offices across 300 cities
  20. 20. and towns in India and offices in New York, London, Dubai, Mauritius and Singapore. The Group services around 2.6 million customer accounts. Old Mutual plc is an international savings and wealth management company based in the UK. Originating in South Africa in 1845, the group has a balanced portfolio of businesses offering asset management, life assurance, banking and general insurance services in over 40 countries, with a focus on South Africa, Europe and the United States, and a growing presence in Asia Pacific. The group aims to provide consistent strong investment performance to customers through diversified risk exposure and superior returns. By conducting its business worldwide under its core values of integrity, respect and accountability, Old Mutual aspires to push beyond boundaries to drive value for all its stakeholders. Old Mutual is the 37th largest company in the FTSE100 with a market cap of approximately £10 billion and is listed on the London, Johannesburg and Stockholm stock exchanges. It has 53,000 employees worldwide. For the quarter ended 31st March 2007, the group reported an increase in adjusted operating profit of 5% to £398 million (IFRS basis) and had £249 billion of funds under management. For customers, this joint venture translates into a company that combines international expertise with the Understanding of the local market. Old Mutual plc Old Mutual, a company, is an international financial services group listed on the London Stock Exchange and included in the FTSE 100 list of companies, with assets under management worth $ 400 Billion as on 30th June, 2006. For customers, this joint venture translates into a company that combines international expertise with the understanding of the local market Originating in South Africa in 1845, Old Mutual plc is a world-class international savings and wealth management company based in the UK with 160 years experience in life insurance. The group has a balanced portfolio of businesses offering Asset Management, Life Assurance, Banking and General Insurance Services in over 40 countries, with a focus on South Africa, Europe and the United States, and a growing presence in Asia Pacific. Old Mutual plc employs approximately 54,000 employees worldwide with its
  21. 21. primary listing on the London, secondary listing on the Johannesburg stock exchanges as well as in Namibia, Malawi and Zimbabwe. The Old Mutual Group has the ability to cater for a variety of consumer segments and offers a comprehensive and innovative range of products for all income groups Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Ltd Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Ltd is a joint venture between Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd., its affiliates and Old Mutual plc. A company that combines its international strengths and local advantages to offer its customers a wide range of innovative life insurance products, helping them in taking important financial decisions at every stage in life and stay financially independent. The company is one of the fastest growing insurance companies in India and has shown remarkable growth since its inception in 2001. Kotak Life Insurance employs around 5,565 people in its various businesses and has 197 branches across 141 cities.  RecentAchievements of Kotak Mahindra life insurance Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Limited was established in 2000 as a joint venture between Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd and affiliates (KMBL holds a share of 74% in the JV) and Old Mutual plc, London (26%) Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Limited,, has announced a growth of 71 per cent in its first year premium income (YTD August 2004). From a premium income of Rs21.14 crore in YTD August 2003, the insurance company has posted an income of Rs36.30 crore in YTD August 2004. Commenting on the performance, Shivaji Dam, managing director of Kotak Life Insurance said, "We are maintaining a consistency in our performance to enable us to achieve our target of 100 per cent growth this year. A 71 per cent growth over last year as on August is a milestone in itself. With the Indian insurance market on an upward trend,
  22. 22. the company has now shifted to an aggressive growth path. The building blocks now well in place are beginning to deliver; we have grown faster than the private sector average. The key drivers for this growth have been the customer-oriented products, world-class training modules for our life advisors, a renewed focus on upper and middle class target segments, our geographical mapping-distribution channels and the fund performance." With 1,000 people on its rolls backed by another 6,800 life advisors, Kotak Life Insurance has established a strong presence in over 42 branches across 30 cities in India. The company has adopted a segmented product development strategy to create unbundled and standalone products. Dam also added, "We are here not only to gain market share or a share of the customer's pocket, but also to make a difference in consumers' lives by securing their future, be it through car finance, stock broking, public issues, wealth management, and even banking. We have a firm grip over the mind share that will eventually lead to a highly sustainable market share in the long run." 1. Total assets managed by the Kotak Mahindra Group stand at around USD 7.6 billion. It is amongst the few banks in India to have a non-profitable asset level of just 0.33%. 2. KMBL was the first non-banking financial company (NBFC) to receive a retail bank license in 2003. 3. In the life insurance market, Kotak Life Insurance registered an adjusted premium (single premium: 1/10) growth of over 87% from financial year 2006-07 to financial year 2007-08 (period April 1, to March 31). 4. Kotak Life Insurance, with 188 branches in over 130 cities, and a work force of around 6,000 employees, is a company with a high level of brand awareness in the market. 5. Kotak Life Insurance aspires to a spiraling growth with a strong focus on the customer, products, mapping of geographic distribution channels and fund performance. 6. It is a Member of the Swiss Life Network since 2003.
  23. 23. 7. Kotak Old Mutual Life Insurance Company reported a PAT of Rs. 143 mn for FY09 (FY08 loss of Rs.719 mn). Q4FY09 profits were Rs. 397 mn,(Q3FY09 - Rs 94 mn; Q4 FY08 - Rs.17 mn). 8. Life Insurance premium income up to Rs. 23,432 mn in FY09 (Rs 16,911 mn in FY08) and Rs. 9,059 mn in Q4FY09 (Q4 FY08 - Rs 8,056 mn) 9. During the quarter, the Group has taken possession of a property at Bandera Kurla Complex, Mumbai for setting up its corporate office. This is consequent to resolution of an account which was acquired from other Banks. Total assets managed/ advised by the Group (including alternate assets) as on March 31, 2009 were Rs 339 bn (December 30, 2008 – Rs 320bn and March 31,2008 - Rs 365 bn). Kotak Mahindra Group Kotak Mahindra is one of India's leading financial organizations, offering a wide range of financial services that encompass every sphere of life. From commercial banking, to stock broking, to mutual funds, to life insurance, to investment banking, the group caters to the diverse financial needs of individuals and corporate. The group has a net worth of over Rs. 6,523 crore and has a distribution network of branches, franchisees, representative offices and satellite offices across cities and towns in India and offices in New York, London, San Francisco, Dubai, Mauritius and Singapore. The Group services around 6.2 million customer accounts  Missionand Vision of the Kotak group 1) Mission We focus on the needs of our customers and create confidence, trust and loyalty by offering a wide range of innovative insurance solutions. Strengthened by our commitment to professional management, we ensure the continued growth and advancement of our employees
  24. 24. 2) Vision Kotak Life Insurance has a deep rooted commitment to improve the quality of life of its customers, employees and stakeholders. We aim at improving the long term value in our relationship by continuous innovation and improvements. We do this by our three-prong effort which strives to make Kotak Life Insurance a corporate with values.  Products Kotak Life Insurance offers a range of innovative, customer-centric products that meet the needs of customers at every life stage. Its products can be enhanced with up to 4 riders, to create a customized solution for each policyholder. 1. Protection Plans:  Kotak Loan Protection Plan is a protection plan that helps share the burden of your loan. Child Plan a good future for your child. Retirement The road to retirement, Make it easy Savings & Investments Manage today for a better tomorrow. Protection Helping you to grow and protect your wealth.
  25. 25.  Kotak Eternal Life Plans are participating whole life plans that provide enhanced protection till the golden age of 99  The Kotak Term/Preferred Term Plan is a pure risk cover plan that provides you with a high level of protection at nominal costs. 2. Retirement Plans: Kotak secure retirement plan is an ideal retirement solution is one that gives you complete flexibility and peace of mind, not only while you save for your retirement but also after you retire.  The Kotak Retirement Income Plan is a savings plan designed to meet your post-retirement needs. It is a plan that gives you "Jeene ki azaadi".  Kotak Retirement Income Plan is an ideal retirement solution that gives you complete flexibility and peace of mind, not only while you save for your retirement but also after you retire.  Kotak Long Life Wealth Plus is an intelligent investment plan that helps you build your future net worth with power-packed features that actively monitor and manage your investment growth 3. Savings & Investment Plans:  Kotak platinum advantage plus lets you live life on your own terms; always doing what you've believed in. It is for those who are used to having the luxury of choice and the power to control.  Kotak Safe Investment plan is the ideal investment plan for you with its unique “Seal of Guarantee” offer that not just gives you the best of bull markets but also eliminates any capital loss in falling markets.
  26. 26.  Kotak Platinum Advantage Plan features capital protection, embedded investment advice, life cover and aggressive market linked growth options.  The Kotak Capital Multiplier Plan is the only plan of its kind that allows you to enjoy returns even beyond maturity.  Kotak Endowment Plan is a participating endowment plan that provides you an avenue for long term regular investments to accumulate a lump sum on maturity.  Sukhi Jeevan is a long-term savings and protection plan that keeps pace with your changing needs at every step of life.  Kotak Smart Advantage is an intelligent unit-linked plan that is based upon the idea of regular savings and systematic accumulation of wealth in the long term.  Kotak flexi plan offers you an ideal market-linked investment plan that helps you create your own financial future by offering you the flexibility and control over your money.  Kotak Easy Growth plan is a single premium investment plan that generates value for you for whole life as well as provides protection to your family in case of unforeseen events.  Kotak Money plus :This plan offers the key benefit of cash lump sums at periodic intervals of five years ensuring that you are able to meet any of your financial obligations.  Kotak Premium Return Plan: This plan offers the key benefit of cash lump sums at periodic intervals of five years ensuring that you are able to meet any of your financial obligations.
  27. 27. 4. Child Plans:  The Head start Child Plans are specially tailored, cost effective plans that aim to give your children the financial means to pursue his or her dreams.  The Kotak Child Advantage Plan is an investment plan designed to meet your child's future financial needs. Key group companies and their businesses: Kotak Mahindra Bank The Kotak Mahindra Group's flagship company, Kotak Mahindra Finance Ltd which was established in 1985, was converted into a bank- Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd in March 2003 becoming the first Indian company to convert into a Bank. Its banking operations offer a central platform for customer relationships across the group's various businesses. The bank has presence in Commercial Vehicles, Retail Finance, Corporate Banking, Treasury and Housing Finance. Kotak Mahindra Capital Company Kotak Mahindra Capital Company Limited (KMCC) is India's premier Investment Bank. KMCC's core business areas include Equity Issuances, Mergers & Acquisitions, Structured Finance and Advisory Services. Kotak Securities Kotak Securities Ltd. is one of India's largest brokerage and securities distribution houses. Over the years, Kotak Securities has been one of the leading investment broking houses catering to the needs of both institutional and non-institutional investor categories with presence all over the country through franchisees and coordinators. Kotak Securities Ltd. offers online (through www.kotaksecurities.com) and offline services based on well-researched expertise and financial products to non- institutional investors. Kotak Mahindra Prime Kotak Mahindra Prime Limited (KMP) (formerly known as Kotak Mahindra Primus Limited) has been formed with the objective of financing the retail and wholesale trade of passenger and multi utility vehicles in India. KMP offers customers retail finance for both new as well as used cars and wholesale finance to
  28. 28. dealers in the automobile trade. KMP continues to be among the leading car finance companies in India. Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Company Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Company Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Company (KMAMC), a subsidiary of Kotak Mahindra Bank, is the asset manager for Kotak Mahindra Mutual Fund (KMMF). KMMF manages funds in excess of Rs 15,916 crore and offers schemes catering to investors with varying risk-return profiles. It was the first fund house in the country to launch a dedicated gilt scheme investing only in government securities. Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Limited Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Limited is a joint venture between Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. and Old Mutual plc. Kotak Life Insurance helps customers to take important financial decisions at every stage in life by offering them a wide range of innovative life insurance products, to make them financially independent. Kotak's International Business With a presence outside India since 1994, the international subsidiaries of Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. operating through offices in London, New York, Dubai, San Francisco, Singapore and Mauritius specialize in providing asset management services to specialist overseas investors seeking to invest into India. The offerings are differentiated India investment solutions that span all major asset classes including listed equity, private equity and real estate. The subsidiaries also lead manage and underwrite international issuances of securities. With its commendable track record, large presence on the ground and a team of dedicated staff in India, Kotak’s international arm is suitably positioned for managing assets in the Indian Capital markets.
  29. 29.  Organisationalstructure (hierarchy structure)
  30. 30.  SWOT ANALYSIS  Strengths 1. A strong backup by two giant organizations KOTAK MAHINDRA is India’s premier financial institution. And Life Insurance, which is UK’s largest and world’s second largest Life Insurance organization. 2. KOTAK MAHINDRA Life offers a wide range of insurance policies covering all types of income groups. 3. The organization offers maximum number of riders / Add On benefits along with the insurance policies 4. KOTAK MAHINDRA offers triple cover in case of accidental death in mass surface public transport. 5. Only KOTAK MAHINDRA Life offers major surgical benefit rider.  Weaknesses 1. KOTAK MAHINDRA Life does not offer a critical illness rider, i.e. the policy continues even after claim to the full face amount. This rider is only offered by HDFC Standard Life Insurance Company. 2. Only Max New York Life offers COMA, Multiple Sclerosis in critical illness rider. 3. LIC charges Re. 1 per thousand for accidental death, disability benefit and waiver of premium rider, but KOTAK MAHINDRA Life charges Rs. 1.35 per thousand for the same. 4. KOTAK MAHINDRA Life does not offer competitive group insurance policies.
  31. 31.  Opportunities  Change in business cycles contributes as an opportunity for the company because it offers various policies suitable in different economic scenarios.  Large size of untapped population is also an opportunity for KOTAK MAHINDRA Life.  Change in life style and perception in favor of Life insurance is another opportunity for KOTAK MAHINDRA Life.  Increased awareness among people regarding benefits of life insurance also contributes to the opportunities of the company.  Continuous improvement in technology is an opportunity for the organization.  Threats 1. Reducing interest rates for government securities also poses a threat to the organization. 2. Competition posed by the existing life insurers and new entrants is also a threat to the company. 3. A fast technological obsolescence is another threat posed by the organization.
  32. 32.  COMPETITORSINFORMATION  Life Insurance Corporation LIC is an autonomous body authorized to run the life insurance business in India with its head office in Mumbai. It has been established by an act of the Parliament and started functioning from 01/09/1956. . LIC is the biggest insurance player in the country. Out of the total premium of Rs 3966 crores generated by the insurance industry through groups.  Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance is a union between Allianz SE, one of the largest Insurance Company and Bajaj Finserv. Allianz SE is a leading insurance conglomerate globally and one of the largest asset managers in the world, managing assets worth over a Trillion (Over INR. 55, 00,000 Crores). Allianz SE has over 115 years of financial experience and is present in over 70 countries around the world.
  33. 33.  ING Vysya Life Insurance ING Vysya Life Insurance (ING Life), a part of the ING Group the world’s largest financial services corporation* entered the private life insurance industry in India in September 2001. Headquartered at Bangalore, ING Life India is staffed by over 6,000 employees and services more than 8 lakhs customers.  Max New York Life Insurance Max New York Life Insurance Company Limited is a joint venture between Max India Limited, a multi-business corporate, and New York Life International, a global expert in life insurance. New York Life is a Fortune 100 company that has over 160 years of experience in the life insurance business. Max India Limited is a multi-business corporate dealing in Clinical Research, IT and Telecom Services, and Specialty Plastic Products businesses. Max New York Life Insurance started its operations in India in 2000. It is the first life insurance company in India to be awarded the IS0 9001:2000 certifications. Max New York offers customized products tailored to suit individual's needs. With its various Products and Riders, there are more than 400 product combinations to choose from. Today, Max New York Life Insurance has a network of 57 offices spread over 37 cities all over India.
  34. 34.  MetLife India Insurance MetLife India Insurance Co. Pvt Ltd is a joint venture between MetLife Group and its Indian partners. The Indian partners include J&K Bank, Dhanalakshmi Bank, Karnataka Bank, Karvy Consultants, Geojit Securities, Way2Wealth, and Mini Muthoothu. Met Life Group has presence in America and Asia and has an experience of over 137 years in providing financial services. The MetLife companies are the number one life insurer in the U.S. with approximately US $2.8 trillion of life insurance in force. MetLife serves 88 of the top one hundred FORTUNE 500 companies. MetLife entered Indian insurance sector in 2001.  SBI Life Insurance: With SBI Life, we can take care of such happy and unhappy surprises of life; it makes this a bit easier, so that there is no worry about your children's education, or your family's future. Whether you are looking for a safe investment vehicle with good returns or life cover with regular returns in the future, all it needs is one small action on your part. As the tag line says for SBI “With SBI Life, you're sure”.
  35. 35.  Tata AIG Life Insurance Tata AIG Life Insurance Company Limited (Tata AIG Life) is a joint venture company, formed by the Tata Group and American International Group, Inc. (AIG). Tata AIG Life combines the Tata Group’s pre-eminent leadership position in India and AIG’s global presence as the world’s leading international insurance and financial services organization. The Tata Group holds 74 per cent stake in the insurance venture with AIG holding the balance 26 percent. Tata AIG Life provides insurance solutions to individuals and corporates.  Reliance Life Insurance Reliance Life Insurance Company Limited is a part of Reliance Capital Ltd. of the Reliance - Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group. The company acquired 100 per cent shareholding in AMP Sanmar Life Insurance Company in August 2005. Taking over AMP Sanmar Life provided Reliance Life Insurance a readymade infrastructure and a portfolio. AMP Sanmar Life Insurance was a joint venture between AMP, Australia and the Sanmar Group. Headquartered in Chennai, AMP Sanmar had over 90 offices across the country, 9,000 agents, and more than 900 employees
  36. 36.  Birla Sun Life Insurance Birla Sun Life Insurance Company Limited is a joint venture between Aditya Birla Group and Sun Life Financial of Canada. Aditya Birla Group is an Indian multinational conglomerate with presence in India, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Egypt, Canada, Australia and China. Sun Life Assurance, Sun Life Financials primary insurance business, is one of the leading insurance companies of the world and ranks amongst the largest international financial services organizations in the world. The Group has presence in several countries such as Canada, United States, Philippines, Japan, Indonesia, India and Bermuda. Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Limited Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Limited is a joint venture between Bajaj Auto Limited and Allianz AG of Germany. Both enjoy a reputation of expertise, stability and strength. Bajaj Allianz General Insurance received the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) certificate of Registration (R3) on May 2nd, 2001 to conduct General Insurance business (including Health Insurance business) in India. The Company has an authorized and paid up capital of Rs 110 crores. Bajaj Auto holds 74% and the remaining 26% is held by Allianz, AG, and Germany. In its first year of operations, the company has acquired the No. 1 status among the private non-life insurers. As on 31st March 2003, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance maintained its leadership position by garnering a premium income of Rs.300 Crores. Bajaj Allianz also became one of the few companies to make a profit in its first full year of operations. Bajaj Allianz made a profit after tax of Rs.9.6 crores.
  37. 37. 2.2 Introduction to the Topic : RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS The recruitment and selection process is the major function of the human resource department and recruitment process is the first step towards creating the competitive strength and the recruitment strategic advantage for the organization.Recruitment process involves a systematic procedure from sourcing the candidates to arranging and conducting the interviews and requires many resources and time.A general recruitment process is as follows: Identifying the vacancy: The recruitment process begins with the human resource department receiving requisition for recruitment from any department of the company.these contain:  Post to be filled.  Number of persons.  Duties to be performed.  Qualification required.  Preparing the job description and person specification.  Locating and developing the sources of required number and type of employees(adverising etc).  Short listing and identifying the prospective employees with the required characterstics.  Arranging the interviews with the selected candidates.  Conducting the interview and decision making.
  38. 38. The purpose and importance of Recruitment given below:  Attract and encourage more candidates to apply in the organization  Create a talent pool of candidates to enable the selection of best candidates for the organization.  Determine present and future requirement of the organization in conjunction with its personally planning and job analysis activities.  Recruitment is the process which lines the employers with the employers  Increase the pool of job candidates at minimum cost. Helps increase the success rate of selection process by decreasing number of visibly under qualified or overqualified job applicants. Help reduce the probability that job applicants once recruited and selected will leave the organization only after a short period of time. Meet the organization legal and socialobligantion regarding the composition of its workforce. Begin identifying and preparing potential job applicants who will be appropriate candidates. Increase organization and individual effectiveness of various recruiting techniques and sources for all types of job applicants. Every organisation has the option of choosing the candidates for its recruitment processes from two kinds of sources:internal and external source. The sources within the organisation itself(like transfer of employees from one department to other,promotion)to fill a position are known as the internal sources of recruitment.Recruitment candidates from all the other sources (like outsourcing agencies etc.)are known as the external sources of the recruitment.
  39. 39. FACTORS AFFECTING RECRUITMENT In today’s rapidly changing business environment, a well defined recruitment policy is necessary for organization to respond to its human resource requirement in time. Therefore, it is important to have a clean and concise recruitment policy in place, which can be executed effectively to recruit the best talent pool for the selection of the right candidate at the right place. COMPONENET OF THE RECRUITMENT POLICY  The general recruitment policies and terms of the organization  Recruitment services of consultants  Recruitment of temporary employees  Unique recruitment situation  The selection process  The job description EXTERNAL FACTORS 1) suppy and demand 2) labour market 3)image/goodwill 4)political social - legal enviroment 5) unempolyment rate 6) competitors INTERNAL FACTORS 1)recruitment policy 2) human resource planning 3) cost of recruitment 4) size of the firm 5) growth and expansion
  40. 40. The terms and conditions of the employment:  A recruitment policy of an organization should be such that:  It should focus on recruiting the best potential people.  To ensure that every applicant and employee is treated equally with dignity and respect.  Unbiased policy.  To aid encourage employees in realizing their full potential.  Transparent, task oriented selection given to factors hat suit organization needs.  Optimization of manpower at the time of selection process.  Defining the competent authority to approve each selection. FACTORS AFFECTING RECRUITMENT POLICY  Organization objectives.  Personnel policies of the organization and its competitors.  Government policies on reservation.  Preferred sources of recruitment.  Needs of the organization.
  41. 41. SELECTION PROCESS Employee Selection is the process of putting right men on right job. It is a procedure of matching organizational requirements with the skills and qualifications of people. Effective selection can be done only when there is effective matching. By selecting best candidate for the required job, the organization will get quality performance of employees. Moreover, organization will face less of absenteeism and employee turnover problems. By selecting right candidate for the required job, organization will also save time and money. Proper screening of candidates takes place during selection procedure. All the potential candidates who apply for the given job are tested. But selection must be differentiated from recruitment, though these are two phases of employment process. Recruitment is considered to be a positive process as it motivates more of candidates to apply for the job. It creates a pool of applicants. It is just sourcing of data. Once the candidates are selected for the required job, they have to be fitted as per the qualifications. Placement is said to be the process of fitting the selected person at the right job or place, i.e. fitting square pegs in square holes and round pegs in round holes. Once he is fitted into the job, he is given the activities he has to perform and also told about his duties. The freshly appointed candidates are then given orientation in order to familiarize and introduce the company to him. Generally the information given during the orientation programmed includes- • Employee's layout • Type of organizational structure • Departmental goals • Organizational layout • General rules and regulations • Standing Orders • Grievance system or procedure
  42. 42. In short, during Orientation employees are made aware about the mission and vision of the organization, the nature of operation of the organization, policies and programmers of the organization. The main aim of conducting Orientation is to build up confidence, morale and trust of the employee in the new organization, so that he becomes a productive and an efficient employee of the organization and contributes to the organizational success. RECRUITMENT OF EMPLOYEES STEP1: Identify vacancy STEP2: Prepare job description and person specification STEP3: Advertising the vacancy STEP4: Managing the response 1 2 3 45 6 7
  43. 43. STEP5: Arrange interviews STEP6: Conducting interview and decision making SELECTION OF EMPLOYEES AT KOTAK MAHINDRA LIFE INSURANCE 1. FINANCIAL ADVISORS Qualifications for becoming an financial advisor: The person must be (a) Not a minor. (b) Have passed at least the 12th standard or equivalent examination, if he is to be appointed in a place with a population of 5,000 or more. (10th standard otherwise.) (c) Have undergone practical training for at least 100 hours in life or general insurance business, as the case may be, form an institution, approved and notified by the IRDA. IN the case of a person wanting to become a composite insurance agent, the applicant should have completed at least 75 hours practical training in life and general insurance business, which may be spread over six to eight weeks. (d) Have passed the pre-recruitment examination conducted by the insurance institute of India or any other examination body authorized by the IRDA
  44. 44. Functions of an financial advisor  Understanding the prospect’s needs and persuade him to buy a plan of life insurance that Complete the formalities:- paper work, medical examination, which are necessary to get the policy expeditiously.  Keep in touch to ensure that changing circumstances are reflected in the arrangements relating to premium payments, nomination and other necessary alterations.  Facilitate quick settlement of claims.  Be totally honest with both the prospect and the insurer.  Not to induce prospects to submit wrong information. 2. REGIONAL SALES MANAGER: Qualification: MBA and about 8-10years of experience, at least 4 years retail sales management experience Job profile Description:  Monitors and drives timely recruitment of agents and agency managers  Monitors and reviews sales performance parameters on a daily basis  Initiates and tracks activities for continuous lead generation  Provides inputs for development of operational plans and target setting for the agency channel  Provides inputs for creation of annual DAP
  45. 45. 3. UNIT MANAGER: Qualification: Graduate preferably MBA with high communication skills. 2-4 years experience in sales, FMCG, Consumer durables, Banking and Financial Products, Concept Selling, Media and Advertisement, Service Industry, Direct Marketing, Insurance Sector. The candidate should have zeal to strive hard to climb the ladder in the organization. A hard worker can come up within 6 Months, by good performance Job profile:  Candidate should need to handle the team of advisors.  Train these advisers for selling insurance policies,  Lead the Team of advisers to be active and productive.  And generating business for the company 4. AGENCY MANAGER: Qualification: Minimum graduate of 2 yrs and above experience Should be experienced in the sales field (FMCG, direct sales, insurance,; etc) Should be a locality or living in city for more than 5 years. Job Profile:  Recruiting the team of financial advisors  Training, motivating and monitoring the team  Setting the targets and timely review of the team performance  Responsible for the business increment
  46. 46. 5. SALES MANAGER: 1) Qualification  Any graduate of 3+yrs sales experience.  Should be from the insurance currently.  Should have exp in handling the team. (only insurance candidates are preferred) Job profile:  Involving in Selling of insurance products.  Handling the team of 8-10 DST of the company.  Monitoring the team members.  Generating the business from them. 6. TERRITORY SALES MANAGER: Qualification: Education: Graduate/Postgraduate Personal Characteristics & Behaviors: 1. Need to be good in Personal Relation. 2. Clarity in communication Job profile: Territory Sales Manager – Prepaid Sales (Level – Senior Executive / Asst Manager)
  47. 47. The candidate must be Graduate/ MBA with 2 – 3 years of experience in Channel Sales. Candidate from Telecom, FMCG, Paints, Consumer Durables or other similar allied would be preferred. Age of the candidate should not be more than 28 years. Good Communication Skill in English and Gujarati. Rural Territory Manager – Prepaid Sales (Level – Senior Lead / Executive) The candidate must be Graduate/ MBA with 1 – 2 years of experience in Distribution. Candidate from Telecom, FMCG, Paints, Consumer Durables or other similar allied would be preferred. Age of the candidate should not be more than 25 years. Good Communication Skill in English and Gujarati. Keywords: Territory Sales Manager, Rural Territory Manager, Channel Sales, Distribution, Postpaid Sales, Sales, Sale and Marketing, Sales & Marketing, Prepaid Sales, Sales Representative, Sales Officer, Area sales Manager, Territory Manager, Sales Executive.
  48. 48. CHAPTER -3 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
  49. 49.  OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY  To study the process of selection and recruitment in Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance.  To study the products offered by Kotak Mahindra life insurance  To study the Recruitment procedure at Kotak Mahindra Life insurance.
  50. 50. CHAPTER 4 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  51. 51.  RESEARCH DESIGN A research design is the arrangement of conditions for collections and analysis of data in a manner that aims to combine relevance to the research problem with economies in a procedure. I have used descriptive research design for my research. Descriptive Research Descriptive research includes surveys and fact findings enquiries of different kinds. It basically gives a description of the state of affairs as it exists at present. A researcher has no control over the variables so they can only report what has happened or what is happening. We can also use the survey method for this purpose.  SOURCES OF DATA A research design is one, which simplifies the framework of plan for the study and adds itself in the quick collection and analysis of the data. It is a blue print that has been filled in completing the study. Data sources are: Primary data The primary data are those which are collected fresh for the first time and thus happen to be original in character. In other words, it is obtained by design to fulfill the data are original in character and are also generated in a large number of surveys conducted mostly by government and also by institution and research bodies. A questionnaire was prepared for the respondents, where there views were collected. Secondary data The secondary data are those which have already been collected for some purpose other than the problem in hand and passed through the statistical process. In other words, data that are not originally collected rather obtained from Published and Unpublished Sources. The secondary data has been collected through various sources:  Internet  Books  Newspaper
  52. 52.  Magazines  Brochure  Journals  Websites  SAMPLING TECHNIQUES Sampling technique refers to the technique or procedure the researcher would adopt in selecting items for the sample. We have used judgmental sampling for our research because gathering information from every individual is not possible.  SAMPLE SIZE Sample size refers to the number of respondents. To get a clear view we have conducted our research on 100 people.  METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION Instrument used to measure the system in Kotak Mahindra life insurance was of primary and secondary kinds. The primary source of data was through questionnaire schedule. The secondary source included brochures, annual reports, magazines, employee’s handbook, magazines and journals  SELECTION OF SAMPLES:- Sample size is 100.  STATISTICAL TOOLS:- It is very difficult to have detailed knowledge of employees working in Kotak Mahindra Life insurance. So the surveyor has taken 100 samples due to limited resources and time factor. The management ranks are working in different categories of different
  53. 53. department. Thus it becomes equally justified to plan in such a way that it covers all departments.  TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF ANALYSIS  Pie chart  Bar diagram  Text and statements  LIMITATIONS OF THE RESEARCH:  The limitation in this survey was that I could not conduct a survey on a big scale, due to the time constraint.  Most of the contents collected were difficult to understand because it was new for me to work in this field.  It was tricky and time consuming to understand the mysteries of marketing.  Response of customers could be biased.
  54. 54. CHAPTER 5 DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
  55. 55. 1. What type of job you are doing in Kotak Mahindra life insurance?  Part Time Job  Full Time Job Options Number of Respondents (%) Part Time Job 45 Full Time Job 55 INTERPRETATION: From the above pie chart, 85%of respondent are doing part time job in Kotak Mahindra life insurance whereas, 15% of respondent are doing full time job. 45% 55% Part time job Full time job
  56. 56. 2. Will you tell others to join Kotak Mahindra Life insurance?  Yes  No Options Number of Respondents(%) Yes 88 No 12 INTERPRETATION: From the above pie chart, 88% of respondent will suggest people to join Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance whereas 12%of respondent do not suggest people to join Kotak Mahindra life insurance. 88% 12% Yes No
  57. 57. 3. Are you aware of having employee referral schemes?  Yes  No Options Number of Respondents( %) Yes 70 No 30 INTERPRETATION From the above pie chart, 70% of respondents says yes of having employee referral schemes whereas 30%of respondents do not have employee referral schemes. 70% 30% Yes No
  58. 58. 4. Do you bear any expenses of the outstation candidate for the final interview?  Yes  No Options Number of Respondents(%) Yes 55 No 45 INTERPRETATION From the above pie chart 55 % of respondent shows that the firm bears expenses of the outstation candidate for the final interview whereas 45%of respondent shows that the firm does not bears any expenses of the outstation candidate for the final interview. 55% 45% yes no
  59. 59. 5. What is the duration of the probationary period for a new joiner of the organization?  Below 6 months  6 months  1 year and above INTERPRETATION From the above pie chart, 75 % of the respondent shows that organization gives a joining to newer comer within 6 months, whereas 25% of respondent shows that the organization gives a joining to newer corner within 1 year. 35% 50% 15% below 6 months 6 months 1 year and above Options Number of Respondents(%) Below 6 months 35 6 months 50 1 year and above 15
  60. 60. 6. Do you conduct background checks?  Yes  No Options Number of Respondents(%) Yes 80 No 20 INTERPRETATION From the pie chart, it is clear that 80 % shows that organization conduct background checks whereas 20%of respondent do not shows any background checks, so as to acknowledge about the experience, quality of a new comer 80% 20% Yes No
  61. 61. 7. Do you have a mentor system to make the new joiner feel at ease?  YES  NO Options Number of Respondents(%) YES 60 NO 40 INTERPRETATION From the above pie chart,60%of respondent shows that organization have the buddy mentor system to make the new joiners feel at ease whereas 40%of respondent shows that the organization do not have a buddy mentor system. 60% 40% Yes No
  62. 62. 8. What is the induction programme of your organization ?  Structured and formal type  Informal type Options Number of Respondents(%) Structured and formal type 72 Informal type 28 INTERPRETATION From the above pie chart, 72% of respondent shows organization conduct induction programme in a structured and formal way whereas 28%of respondent shows organization conduct induction programme in a informal way. 72% 28% Structured and formal type Informal type
  63. 63. 9. What is the duration of induction programmed ?  Less than 1 week  One month  More than a month Options Number of Respondents(%) Less than 1 week 50 One month 34 More than a month 16 INTERPRETATION From the above pie chart, it is clear that 58 % of respondents of induction programmed is held in less than 1 week whereas 42%of respondents of induction programmed is held in 1month. 51% 33% 16% Less than 1 week one month More than a month
  64. 64. 10. What are the types of rewards usually given to the employees?  Monetary  Non-monetary Options Number of Respondents(%) Monetary 69 Non-monetary 31 INTERPRETATION From the above pie chart, it is clear that 69 % of respondents of rewards usually given to the employees whereas 31% of respondents of rewards usually not given to the employees. 69% 31% Monetary Non-monetary
  65. 65. CHAPTER 6 FINDINGS
  66. 66. Findings  The insurance sector helps in increasing the employment opportunities in India  The KOTAK MAHINDRA Life Insurance is providing the products according the needs of the customers.  Insurance sector is the most booming sector in India now-a-days.  KOTAK MAHINDRA Life offers a wide range of insurance policies covering all types of income groups.  KOTAK MAHINDRA offers triple cover in case of accidental death in mass surface public transport.  KOTAK MAHINDRA Life offers a wide range of insurance policies covering all types of income groups.  Maximum number of employee referral schemes are their in the organization.  The insurance sector helps in increasing the employment opportunities in India  There are a lot of new companies entering in the insurance making it more competitive.  Much of the people are satisfied with the pre-sale services and after-sales services of the Kotak Mahindra life Insurance Company.  Most of the induction programme is held less than 1 week whereas, 36%of induction programme is held in 1 Month.  According to most of the customers the advertising and marketing strategies of the company is good enough to attract the customers.  The company uses this concept to gain its customers.
  67. 67. CHAPTER 7 RECOMMENDATION
  68. 68. RECOMMENDATIONS  The company should concentrate more on sales and marketing department so that more and more products can be sold out.  Advertisements should be the best method to advertise the products and popular among the public  Cheaper products should be introduced by the company so that it can reach the middle class public.  The company should provide better services to the customers so as to capture more and more market.  The company should also offer some more plans for the middle class of the society.  The company should stress much on its plans and sell the products according to the customer needs.  The company should make more and more plans according to the customer’s needs.
  69. 69. ANNEXURE
  70. 70. QUESTIONNAIRE Name……………………. Designation………………………. Department………………….. 1. What type of job are you doing in Kotak Mahindra life insurance?  Part time job  Full time job 2. Will you tell others to join Kotak Mahindra life insurance?  Yes  No 3. Do you employee referral schemes?  Yes  No 4. Do you bear any expenses of the outstation candidate for the final interview?  Yes  No 5. What is the duration of the probationary period for a new joiner in your organization ?  Below 6 months  6 months  1 year
  71. 71. 6. Do you conduct background checks?  Yes  No 7. Do you have a mentor system to make the new joiner feel at ease?  Yes  No 8. What is the induction programme of your organization ?  Structured and formal type  Informal type 9. What is the duration of induction programmes ?  Less than 1 week  One month  More than a month 10.What are the types of rewards usually given to the employees ?  Monetary  Non monetary
  72. 72. BIBLIOGRAPHY
  73. 73. BIBLIOGRAPHY BOOKS: 1. Kothari, C. R., (2008) “Research Methodology: Methods and Techniques” ,Vishwa Prakashan Publishers ,Delhi 2. Kotler, Philip and Keller, Lane Kevin., (2005), “Marketing Management” Twelfth Edition, Prentice Hall, Delhi. WEBSITES: 1. www.howstuffworks.com 2. www.altavista.com 3. www.kotakmahindra.co.in

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