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Submitted To:
Md. Asraful Islam Chowdhury
Lecturer
Department of
Business Administration
LEADING UNIVERSITY
•
Masum Ahmad
1201010243
Syed Ali Hasan
1201010248
Mahmudul Karim Newaz
1201010205
Masum Hussain
1201010202
Abdul Motin
1201...
Introduction to tea industry
Tea is a very popular beverage
Engagement of people
Tea trade
British built tea plantations
I...
History of Bangladesh Tea Industry
Pioneer tea garden
w was established in 1840
Malnicherra, Sylhet in
1854
Partition in 1...
Tea estates in Bangladesh
Sylhet-20
Moulvibazar-90
Habigonj-23
Brahmanbaria-1
Rangamati-1
Chittagonj-22
Panchagarh-9
Tea Sector Overview
Producers
Processing
Trade
Retail
Consumers
Bangladesh Tea Production
Tea production in Bangladesh maintained an upward trend with
an annual average rate of increase ...
Internal Consumption of Tea in Bangladesh
• Demand for tea has been increasing in Bangladesh since its
independence due to...
Export Position of Bangladesh Tea
• Export of tea from has been declining @ 8.92% for the last
10 years (2002-2011) due to...
Human rights of the tea gardeners
• leading a life of untold misery
• most vulnerable groups
• government or non-governmen...
Occupation
Respondents are involved in different types of occupation mostly working in the
tea garden itself. Their life a...
Education
Educational status of the working people has been found frustrating in the
tea gardens. Lack of schools in the p...
Income
All the people earn an amount of money one way or the other. Some of them do not
have regular income others have a ...
Problems of the tea industries in Bangladesh
There are many problems in the tea estates of Bangladesh,
these problems can ...
Remedies and recommendations
Problems in the tea estates of Bangladesh can be solved by taking
following steps:
– Law and ...
Global scenario
Table: Comparative Production of world's major producer countries of tea
In the world thirty countries are...
Per Hectare Productivities of Some Tea Producing Countries
• The trend of annual per ha productivities of some tea produci...
Global Market
Although the Camellia sinensis is originally native to mainland
China, South and Southeast Asia, today the p...
Production and Export (international market)
Although tea is produced in more than 35 countries, three-
quarters of global...
Consumption and Import
Contrary to coffee and cocoa, the affluent populations of North
America, Western Europe and Japan a...
Sustainability issues in the sector
In its current state, sufficient supply and quality of tea is not
guaranteed for the s...
Thanks for
Patience Hearing
Human Resource Management Practices in Tea Gardens of Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khadim Tea Garden
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An attempt has been made in this assignment to understand the human resource management practices of tea gardens in Bangladesh. In fact, human rights of the tea gardeners as a whole are yet to be exposed in our country. This assignment deals with different aspects of human resource management practices of the tea gardeners, focusing on some significant issues of social, economic, political and cultural life of those people. Special attention has been paid on the knowledge of the people regarding gender equity, importance of education, good governance, labor law etc. The assignment also investigates the attitude of mainstream people towards the tea gardeners and the way tea gardeners think of the people of mainstream society. It has been suggested in the assignment that all out efforts must be made to raise awareness among the tea gardeners about human rights and related matters.
Generally, it is assumed that the people working in different tea gardens all over our country have been leading a life of untold misery. But the life of these working people has not yet been investigated much. At present there are lots of population are involved with this industry in Bangladesh. The most of the labors are illiterate. Sometimes they don’t know how to write their name. The company arranges some training for them in very less time. The training and development programs in case of labors are not in satisfactory level. They learn by doing their work. The labors are not conscious about their different facilities also. Sometimes some organizations come to make them inform about different conscious facilities. But most of the times they are not attend in the seminar or program. Labors health conditions are not also in a satisfactory level, because of high drinking of alcohol. But they are getting the free medical facilities from the company. Labors are also getting some other benefits such as Residential facility, Food, Education facility, Job Security and Entertainment facility. On the other hand to be a managerial level employee it is highly education is needed and sometimes it is needed to do some other courses with this high education.

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Human Resource Management Practices in Tea Gardens of Bangladesh: A Case Study of Khadim Tea Garden

  1. 1. Submitted To: Md. Asraful Islam Chowdhury Lecturer Department of Business Administration LEADING UNIVERSITY •
  2. 2. Masum Ahmad 1201010243 Syed Ali Hasan 1201010248 Mahmudul Karim Newaz 1201010205 Masum Hussain 1201010202 Abdul Motin 1201010219 Lovely Begum 1201010244
  3. 3. Introduction to tea industry Tea is a very popular beverage Engagement of people Tea trade British built tea plantations Influence of multinational companies
  4. 4. History of Bangladesh Tea Industry Pioneer tea garden w was established in 1840 Malnicherra, Sylhet in 1854 Partition in 1971
  5. 5. Tea estates in Bangladesh Sylhet-20 Moulvibazar-90 Habigonj-23 Brahmanbaria-1 Rangamati-1 Chittagonj-22 Panchagarh-9
  6. 6. Tea Sector Overview Producers Processing Trade Retail Consumers
  7. 7. Bangladesh Tea Production Tea production in Bangladesh maintained an upward trend with an annual average rate of increase of 1.03% and on an average produced 57.75 million Kg of tea annually during last ten years (2002-2011).
  8. 8. Internal Consumption of Tea in Bangladesh • Demand for tea has been increasing in Bangladesh since its independence due to increased tea drinking habit, higher income, population growth and rapid urbanization. Trend of internal consumption has been shown in figure
  9. 9. Export Position of Bangladesh Tea • Export of tea from has been declining @ 8.92% for the last 10 years (2002-2011) due to lack of exportable surplus. Bangladesh exported 31.91 million Kg of tea in 1993 as shown in figure
  10. 10. Human rights of the tea gardeners • leading a life of untold misery • most vulnerable groups • government or non-government organizations • deprived of all government facilities • socio-economic condition
  11. 11. Occupation Respondents are involved in different types of occupation mostly working in the tea garden itself. Their life as usual, is different occupations of the respondents are presented in the following table:
  12. 12. Education Educational status of the working people has been found frustrating in the tea gardens. Lack of schools in the premises of tea garden is most important factor. Low level of awareness regarding the value of education among the people is another reason for not getting educated.
  13. 13. Income All the people earn an amount of money one way or the other. Some of them do not have regular income others have a fixed income for each week. Many of them earn on daily basis and a few earns a fixed amount of money monthly.
  14. 14. Problems of the tea industries in Bangladesh There are many problems in the tea estates of Bangladesh, these problems can be furnished as follows: 1. Natural calamity 2. Law and order situation 3. Shortage of medical facilities 4.Lack of pure water 5. Addicted person 6. Lack of infrastructure 7. Lack of capital and modern machineries 8. Lower market value of made tea 9. Lack of educational institutions 10. Malnutrition
  15. 15. Remedies and recommendations Problems in the tea estates of Bangladesh can be solved by taking following steps: – Law and order situation of the tea estates – M.B.B.S. doctor and supporting staffs – Set up sufficient number of deep and shallow tube wells – Wine consumption – Housing problems of the laborers – The executives of the tea estates must be conscious – Production cost variables – Shortage of capital and modern machinery – Solution of drought – Establish sufficient number of educational institutions
  16. 16. Global scenario Table: Comparative Production of world's major producer countries of tea In the world thirty countries are producing more than 2.50 billion kilogram of teas annually from 2.56 million hectares of plantation. After meeting their domestic consumption, 28 countries export about 1.02 billion kg of tea annually
  17. 17. Per Hectare Productivities of Some Tea Producing Countries • The trend of annual per ha productivities of some tea producing countries along with world average production has been depicted in figure:
  18. 18. Global Market Although the Camellia sinensis is originally native to mainland China, South and Southeast Asia, today the plant is cultivated across the world in tropical and subtropical regions Figure: Main Tea Producing Countries Source: FAOSTAT (2008)
  19. 19. Production and Export (international market) Although tea is produced in more than 35 countries, three- quarters of global production occurs in only a handful of these countries. Figure: Estimated Production and Export values 2010 in metric tons of top 10 countries
  20. 20. Consumption and Import Contrary to coffee and cocoa, the affluent populations of North America, Western Europe and Japan are not the largest markets for tea. Over 50% of global tea exports are destined to the Middle East, North Africa and the former Soviet Union countries.
  21. 21. Sustainability issues in the sector In its current state, sufficient supply and quality of tea is not guaranteed for the sector. Several social, economic, and environmental issues, combined with the finite nature of natural resources and rapidly growing populations, lie at the root of this situation. Table: Overview of the social, economical and environmental issues (Source: TCC 2010:6)
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