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2 Presentation flow The Global Steel Industry - Snapshot
1 The Global Steel Industry - Snapshot 2 The O P Jindal Group 3 The JSW Group 4 JSW Steel Ltd 5 JSW Energy Ltd 6 JSW Summer Internship Program: Overview 7 JSW Summer Internship Program: Benefits & Application process

3 Top 10 Steel Producing Cos / Countries
Global Steel Industry Top 10 Steel Producing Cos / Countries Company Country Crude Steel (Mn TPA 2012) Arcelor Mittal Luxemborg 103.30 Nippon Steel Japan 47.9 Hebei Group China 42.8 Baosteel 42.7 Posco South Korea 39.9 Wuhan Group 36.4 Shagang Group 32.3 Shougang Group 31.4 JFE Holdings 30.4 Ansteel Group 30.2 World crude steel Production – 1547 Mn T in 2012 China accounts for 46% of the World’s Steel Production World Per Capita – Steel Consumption 217 kg in 2012 ( AVG ) India crude steel Production - 78 Mn T in 2012 India Per Capita – Steel Consumption 60 kg in 2012 ( AVG ) Construction and Infrastructure sector is the largest consumer of steel (50%)

4 O.P. Jindal Group Jindal SAW JSW JSL JSPL Mr. Prithvi Raj Jindal
Mr. Sajjan Jindal Mr. Ratan Jindal Mr. Naveen Jindal Jindal ITF Jindal Waterways Jindal Transrail Jindal Water Infrastructure Jindal Urban Infrastructure Jindal Shipyards Jindal Rail Infrastructure JSW Steel JSW Energy JSW Infrastructure JSW Cement J Soft Jindal Stainless JSL Media JSL Lifestyle JSL Architecture Green Delhi BQS JSS Steel Italia PT Jindal Stainless, Indonesia Jindal Stainless Steelways Jindal Steel & Power Jindal Petroleum Jindal Steel Bolivia Jindal Cement

5 $11 billion conglomerate
JSW Group $11 billion conglomerate JSW Steel JSW Energy JSW Cement JSW Infrastructure J Soft Existing capacity – 14.3 MTPA Existing capacity – 3140 MW Existing capacity – 5.2 MTPA Leading private sector infrastructure company, with ports at Ratnagiri, Goa, Dharamtar IT services provider

6 Delivered 10x growth in 10 years
JSW Steel 2002 1.6 MTPA 2005 2.5 MTPA Colour coating line Acquired EURO IKON 2007 4.8 MTPA CRM of 1.0 MTPA Overseas acquisitions in US and Mozambique 2008 Iron Ore mines acquired in Chile 2009 7.8 MTPA 2006 3.8 MTPA 2010 JSW-JFE strategic partnership 3.5 MTPA of HSM II Coal mines in USA 2011 Acquisition of 49.3% stake in Ispat 2012 HSM II capacity expansion 2004 Acquired SISCOL* 2013 14.3 MTPA (Ispat merger) Delivered 10x growth in 10 years

7 JSW Energy Vijayanagar 860 MW Barmer 1080 MW Ratnagiri 1200 MW 2000
2009 2010 2011 2013

8 JSW Summer Internship Program
JSW SIP focuses on engaging the best college campuses in the country by selecting students, irrespective of the area of study Interns will work on projects, that require out-of-the-box thinking, defined by the Heads of Departments Mentors and buddies assigned to the interns shall be available 24/7 for any kind of help Performance on the projects will be measured objectively against set targets

9 Internship verticals Corporate communications
Corporate social responsibility Corporate strategy Finance & accounts Human resources Information technology Marketing & sales Operations Procurement Supply chain Legal 9

10 SIP 2013 HIGHLIGHTS The first SIP batch consisted of 26 interns, of which 9 received PPO’s (30% of the batch) Interns were allowed to take ownership of their projects during the Program. They took responsibility for their project goals and delivered meaningful results which have been taken up by their departments for implementation A panel consisting of the Chairman, CEO, CMO and plant operation heads evaluated the intern’s final presentations, assessing them on their creativity, specific project deliverables and value addition to the departments and organization

11 SIP 2013 HIGHLIGHTS All interns were given the opportunity to spend a week at India’s largest private sector steel plant at a single location, seeing the steel manufacturing process in its entirety – an opportunity very few get, as access to the general public is restricted A 3 day leadership program which involved team building activities and leadership talks by senior executives was conducted at our plant in Vijayanagar A ‘CSR day’ was organized during which interns participated in community service activities. Interns also had the opportunity to interact with children studying at local village schools, supported by the JSW Foundation

12 Sample project TOPIC Develop an ‘end consumer price’ model for JSW TMT Plus and JSW Colouron (retail products) GOALS Study various models of ‘end consumer price’ across industry sectors and the steel industry Develop a suitable model for JSW TMT Plus and JSW Colouron Suggest ways in which JSW can make consumers aware of the ‘end consumer price’ for the above products 12

13 What’s in it for you? Access to senior leadership
Stipend: Rs 40,000 Pre-placement offer (PPO)* Entry to Graduate Program* * depends on performance and positions available

14 Selection Process Talent pool: undergraduate students
Statement of purpose Resume Aptitude tests Individual interviews

15 Timeline August - February 10th March March March - April
Shortlists & Interviews Offer s sent out SIP Information Sessions Application deadline

16 Application Apply online by going to the ‘Careers’ section at Provide your personal information, answer a few ‘statement of purpose’ questions and upload your resume If shortlisted, you will be contacted via the address you provide in your application Application deadline: 10th March, 2014 Contact us at 16

17 Thank you

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