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By gedisha katola

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Layout of the presentation1 Introduction 2 Discussion And Result3 Type Of Data And Method Of Data Collection4 Problems Faced During The Task And The Remedy I Used To Complete My Task5, Assessments Of The Internship6. Summary And Recommendations

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1 introduction1.1 background of the organizationAMTS.Co is located in South Nation; Nationality’s and people regional state, Gamo Gofa, Arbaminch, Woze Keble, 505kms away from the capital city Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. on July 2010 it is translated to share company in

sale.In the previous years the factory does not have its

own finishing plant, But now the company has its own finishing plant centered at Addis Ababa.

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its products are manufactured and sold in grey in local and send to coloring and further value addition to Addis Ababa finishing plant for domestic and export markets.AMTS.Co strives to meet and exceed the dynamic

customers' needs and expectations through continual improvement of the effectiveness of the Quality Management system (ISO 9001:2000) on products and service quality.

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1.3 OBJECTIVE OF THE PRACTICAL ATTACHEMENT

To Realize and test my theoretical expectation to real work situation with AMT.S.CO.

To observe and understand the internal and external behavior of the organizations encourage them to be productive whilst developing future agri-business and value chain managers.

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1.4 Overall Organization and Structure of Arbaminch Textile S.Co.

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1.6 Feature Development of the OrganizationStarting from its establishment AMTS.Co is

doing its best to full fill its objectives.In this respect the company has already

implementing the Environmental management System (ISO14001: 2004) and is certified for it.

The waste water treatment plant and air conditioning plant system can be mentioned in this regard.

so that the company can provide better Products in quality improve delivery time & satisfy its customers need, increase its production volume and its market share locally & internationally.

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2. DECISION AND RESULT2.1 Relationship between farmers and the industry Farmers are the backbone of AMT.S.CO. BUT, there is need to develop trust between farmers and the company.

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2.2 Main products and services

Home textiles.

Health care Work wears Apparels.

Different kinds of knit wear products.

Canvas.

Rib stop – a cloth for solidures.

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2.3 Value Addition along the Cotton Clothing Chain in AMT.S.CO

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2.4. Value Chain Analysis for Standard Products in the AMT.S.CO

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2.7 Infrastructures Facilities and Annual Utility Consumption

Transport AccessibilityElectric: - 13.5 megawatt/year Water : -282,240 m3/year Telephone, Fax, and Email 105,000/year

Accommodation:

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2.8 Quality PolicyUnderstanding, Researching and Meeting the Customers’ needs and Expectations.Creating and Maintaining a motivational and conducive environment.Enhancing quality.

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2.9 Section of the Company I Have Been Working

weaving, spinning, production, engineering (maintenance), sizing and de-sizing.

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2.11 Gender Status in Arbaminch Textile Industry

Gender role in the process, management, and operation in AMT.S.CO was analyzed by daily activities carried out by numbers of men and women.

As I observed from the company the Women are mostly workers of the company at each segment’s.

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2.12 Principal Problems of the Industry Identified During the Practice

Low domestic market sharesLack of domestic designers, brand names,

distributorsLabor shortageLack of marketing and management skills and

policyInfrastructural ImpedimentsImproper strategic plan, Research and Training Poor Maintenance of machinesInsuffient input. etc.

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3. TYPES OF DATA AND METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION

Both qualitative and quantitative data was used in collection of data

  3.1 Primary Data SourceInterviewObservation Questioners

3.2 Secondary Data SourceReviewing the documents, reports and records

of published and unpublished documents of the organization

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4 PROBLEMS FACED DURING THE TASK AND THE REMEDY I USED TO COMPLETE MY TASK

4.1 PROBLEMS FACED DURING THE TASK

Distance of the industry from campusLack of budget/insufficient budgetDifficult to meet with head manager of the

industry three days after my first day contact.

Time constraint. Department and student s issue.

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4.2 The Remedy I Used To Complete My Task

. Since the industry was far from the campus there was travel buses which was important for me to follow.

Since there was a transportation fee from the campus to the organization the collage helped me for the budget I used.

The manager was absent from the industry for special cases, but I met the rest workers of the farm to get enough information, of the organization for first three

AMU
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5, ASSESMENT OF THE INTERNSHIP

While I was performing a work tasks in the internship program there are obstacles first. But after some time I have executed a verity of practical skills on the ongoing activities or work flow of the employees to collect a lot of experience from them and to improve my theoretical and practical skills.

So I was accountable and responsible for my task to satisfy my goal in the internship duration.

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5.2 Importance of the Practice to Me

1 Practical and Technical Skill2 Differentiating Theoretical Skill vs. Practical Skill3 Interpersonal Communication Skills4 Improving Team Player Skills5 Work Ethics6 Leadership Skills7 Entrepreneurship Skills

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6. SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONSRECOMMENDATIONS TO THE ORGANIZATION

Supply chain or procurement department should be very strong.

Electrical wiring must be properly designed, installed and maintainedQuality assurance system should be

modernized

improve its look on university intern ship students & give them enough services.

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Con…the machine must be clean daily and repaired.

value chain be strengthened.

The sector should engage in upgrading

Improving access to information and marketing skills.

There is need to develop an explicit human resource development plan for the industry skills

The quality-design part of the supply chain needs to be developed adequately

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RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE PRACTICAL ATTACHEMNET

I’m very pleased to recommend that:period of practical training should cover areas of the

basic practical training curriculum and should be hold during the practical semester scheduled and envisaged in the practical training curriculum study regulations. i.e. Must have been lawfully enrolled on a full-time basis.

Financial support should run in appropriate way at appropriate time for a right purpose. This could be a brief overview and will give students the sense that you (and therefore we) are organized.

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summaryIn summary I can say that practical attachment is really

essential for every student of agribusiness and value chain management studies to get idea about textile industry. By completing this report I have got overall idea of textile industry sector and these may be helpful to know about the technical, value chain and management knowledge of textile industry also these sector related organizations.

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