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Jyoti Selling Knowhow

 period. Inadequate soil testing led to expensive changes in foundation de- signs. There were inordinate delays in indenting of structural steel. Civil contracts were placed without preparation of preliminary estimates. Criticism of production management is even sharper. There is, apparently, complete lack of control over materials and inventory and little attention is paid to the quality of equipment produced. The number of workers employed is large and they are recruited much in advance of the production needs, but adequate provision has not been made for training of skilled labour. Offices are teeming with clerical staff, but the strength of design and' costing staff

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