• Hire Educated, skilled, Good Character, Honest, Dedicated and professional Employee at less than your current HR expenses. Our services are cost effective and ensuring you empowering business in less berdun.

  • We work for you 24/7, Even we do not demand you logistics, bonus, allowances, leave, and other facilities. The service level achievement & satisfaction is 100% guarented.

  • We work for your Branding, Targets, Goals, Reputations, customer service, and business 24/7, even we are not demanding you any Computer, internet, Technical, Geographical, Process knowledge etc..

  • You will praise us on absolute productivity and can Fire us on if the need is not full fill in one shot. Even you can handle all your operations in one shot as the Employee training, Resourcefulness, Technical efficiency, Are always our responsibility.

About Us

N.H.T.P.L is one of the pioneer in management consulting firm located in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, Having offices in Maharashtra and Bihar as well. We work with top executives to help them make better decisions and deliver the sustainable success they desire. We are passionate about achieving better results for our clients—results that go beyond financial and are uniquely tailored, holistic, and enduring..


  • Providing Specialist Resources: In some cases, expertise is required for a short term. In other cases, there are organizational constraints about hiring experts. This is where consultants are used. A special case is interim management. In this client firms borrow staff members of consulting firms to occupy a position in their management hierarchy on a temporary basis.

  • Establishing business contacts and linkages: Many clients take the help of consultants to search for new business contacts, representatives, agents etc. The consultant’s task is to identify one or more suitable candidate from among the available alternatives, depending upon the suitability of the candidate. The consultant also advises the client on the conditions of alliance or business deal.

  • Providing Expert Opinion: The consultant may be approached to provide expert opinion in cases where the client has many alternatives. Consultants may also be invited to act as an expert witness, testifying witness in lawsuits or arbitrations calling for specialized knowledge.

  • Doing Diagnostic Work: Clients use consultants for a wide range of diagnostic tasks concerning the organization’s strength and weakness, potential for improvement, barriers to change etc.

  • Developing Action Proposals: The diagnosis is followed by development work in any organization.
  • Management Consulting

    Management Consultants are needed by firms who wish to bring about some improvement in their organizations or are facing a problem and wish to solve it. Management Consultants are hired by firms to gain external advice and the consultants’ specialized expertise.


  • Achieving Organizational Purposes and Objectives: Organizations, when they hire a consultant, generally have the purpose of getting help in achieving their business, social or other objectives. These goals may be sectoral leadership, competitive advantage, corporate excellence, profitability, effectiveness, growth etc. Whatever the purpose may be, but the fact remains that consulting has to add value to the client organization. At times the job of the consultant may be to advise client on how to maintain status quo or even how to get out of business.

  • Solving Management and Business Problems: The most common purpose of hiring a consultant is to help managers and decision makers with problem solving. In this context, the consultant’s task is described as professional assistance in identifying, diagnosing and solving problems concerning various areas of management and business.

  • Identifying and Seizing new Opportunities: Consultants are also used to identify new opportunities. Consultants are regarded as a source of valuable information and ideas that can be turned into a wide range of initiatives like developing new markets, improving quality, becoming more useful to customers, finding new business contacts.

  • Enhancing Learning: In the modern concept of consulting, this dimension is omnipresent. Many clients turn to consultants not only to find a solution to a specific problem, but also to acquire the consultant’s special technical knowledge and the methods used in doing so.

  • Implementing Changes: Consultants are often known as change agents. They help client organizations to understand change, live with change and make changes needed to survive and be successful in an environment where continuous change is the only constant.









  • Why N.H.T.P.L Needed?

  • Management Consultants are needed by firms who wish to bring about some improvement in their organizations or are facing a problem and wish to solve it.

  • Management Consultants are hired by firms to gain external advice and the consultants’ specialized expertise.

  • Since the consultants are exposed to and have relationships with many organizations, they are aware of the best practices in the industry, which the firm can use.











  • Our Broad Services :

  • Research & Development.

  • Financial Planning & Control.

  • Human Resources Management & Labor Relations.

  • Manufacturing.

  • Wage & Salary Administration.

  • Organizational Planning & Development.

  • Physical Distribution.

  • Sales & Marketing.

  • Administration.

  • Information technology.

  • Incentive Compensation.

  • Strategic & Business Planning.










  • What Do Consultants Do?

  • Provide organizational change management assistance.

  • Development of coaching skills.

  • Technological implementation.
  • Strategy development skills.

  • Operational improvement services.

  • Consultants have their own methodology of identifying problems which form the basis of recommendations for improvement.

  • Functions of a Consultant.

  • Providing information to the client.

  • Solving a client’s problems.

  • Making a diagnosis which may necessitate redefinition of the problem.

  • Making recommendations based on diagnosis.

  • Assisting with the implementation of the recommended actions.

  • Building a consensus and commitment around the corrective actions.

  • Facilitating client learning.

  • Permanently improving organizational effectiveness.







  • A Consultant And An Advisor

  • Difference between a consultant and an advisor

    Although to a layman, both seem to be the same, there is a difference between consultants and advisors.A consultant is called when the firm has a clear cut problem in need of a solution.

  • Where as an advisor is called when the firm has already thought of several solutions and is not sure which one to adopt. Consultants are problem solvers. They excel at developing and selling ideas and can be great simplifiers. Advisors are better problem definers than problem solvers.

    They often broadenthe view of the clients. They contribute to strengthening the client’s capacity to solve problems.

  • Advisors can provide early warning about emerging problems which are often missed by the consultants because of their sharp focus on solving the problem at hand.




  • Why Are Consultants Used

    1. Achieving Organizational Purposes and Objectives:
    Organizations, when they hire a consultant, generally have the purpose of getting help in achieving their business, social or other objectives. These goals may be sectoral leadership, competitive advantage, corporate excellence, profitability, effectiveness, growth etc. Whatever the purpose may be, but the fact remains that consulting has to add value to the client organization. At times the job of the consultant may be to advise client on how to maintain status quo or even how to get out of business.

    2. Solving Management and Business Problems:
    The most common purpose of hiring a consultant is to help managers and decision makers with problem solving. In this context, the consultant’s task is described as professional assistance in identifying, diagnosing and solving problems concerning various areas of management and business.

    3. Identifying and Seizing new Opportunities:
    Consultants are also used to identify new opportunities. Consultants are regarded as a source of valuable information and ideas that can be turned into a wide range of initiatives like developing new markets, improving quality, becoming more useful to customers, finding new business contacts.

    4. Enhancing Learning:
    In the modern concept of consulting, this dimension is omnipresent. Many clients turn to consultants not only to find a solution to a specific problem, but also to acquire the consultant’s special technical knowledge and the methods used in doing so.

    5. Implementing Changes:
    Consultants are often known as change agents. They help client organizations to understand change, live with change and make changes needed to survive and be successful in an environment where continuous change is the only constant.

    How Are Consultants Used?

  • There are eleven principle ways in which consultants are used:

  • 1. Providing Information: Quite often, more complete and more relevant information is the only need of a client to make the right decisions. The consulting firm may have this information already available with it, or it may know where to find it. There is no consulting that does not involve working with and providing information. But in providing this information, consultants have to distinguish between what information can be given and what cannot be given to a client.

  • 2. Providing Specialist Resources: In some cases, expertise is required for a short term. In other cases, there are organizational constraints about hiring experts.

  • 3. This is where consultants are used. A special case is interim management. In this client firms borrow staff members of consulting firms to occupy a position in their management hierarchy on a temporary basis.

  • 4. Establishing business contacts and linkages: Many clients take the help of consultants to search for new business contacts,representatives, agents etc. The consultant’s task is to identify one or more suitable candidate from among the available alternatives, depending upon the suitability of the candidate. The consultant also advises the client on the conditions of alliance or business deal.

  • 5. Providing Expert Opinion: The consultant may be approached to provide expert opinion in cases where the client has many alternatives. Consultants may also be invited to act as an expert witness, testifying witness in lawsuits or arbitrations calling for specialized knowledge.

  • 6. Doing Diagnostic Work: Clients use consultants for a wide range of diagnostic tasks concerning the organization’s strength and weakness, potential for improvement, barriers to change etc.

  • 7. Developing Action Proposals: The diagnosis is followed by development work in any organization.The consultant may be asked to do the whole job, share the task with the client or act as an advisor to the client who has undertaken to take the developmental work

  • 8. Developing Systems and Methods: The consultant may be asked to develop systems and methods for a client in his field of expertise. These fields may be organization development, management information, business planning, operations scheduling and control. Traditionally, consultants develop one or more of these areas as their field of operation.

  • 9. Planning and managing organizational Change: When organizational changes are inevitable and the client does not have the necessary skills or expertise to undertake it, they turn to the consultant for help. The consultant may provide expertise and advice both on specific methods and techniques that are being changed. They also advise on how to deal with the interpersonal relations, conflicts, motivation problems that arise as a result of the change undertaken.

  • 10. Training and Developing Management Staff: The client may need to be trained in the new methods and techniques provided by the consultant. This may be undertaken as a distinct client service or in conjunction with and in support of other services.

  • 11. Counseling and Coaching: management consultants can render an excellent service to managers and entrepreneurs who need strictly personal feedback on their leadership style, behavior, work habits. Personal counseling is necessarily a one to one relationship based on trust and respect. It can be informal and should be strictly confidential.

  • The Consulting Process

    Whenever there is a consulting intervention, the client and consultant undertake certain activities required to achieve the desired goal. These activities are known as consulting process. This relationship has a clear beginning and a clear end. Between the beginning and end, the process can be divided into many phases. There are many ways of subdividing the intervening process. One of them is as under.

  • It contains the following phases:

  • 1.Entry:In this phase, the consultant starts working with the client.This is a preparatory and planning phase and lays the foundation for everything that will follow. This phase includes the fist contact,discussions on what the client would like to achieve, the clarifications of their respective roles, the negotiations and agreement of a consulting contract.

  • 2. Diagnosis:This phase is an in depth diagnosis of the problem at hand.During this phase, the consultant and the client cooperate in identifying the sort of change required, defining in detail the goals to be achieved, and assessing the client’s performance,resources, needs and perspectives.

  • 3. Action Planning: This phase aims at finding the solution to the problem.It includes work on one or several alternatives, the evaluation of alternatives, the elaboration of plan for implementing changes, and presentation of proposal to the client. Action planning requires imagination and creativity as well as a systematic approach in identifying feasible alternatives.

  • 4.Implementation: This is the phase where the changes proposed start taking shape. This is also one of the most testing phases because this is the phase where things begin to happen either as planned or differently. Unforeseen problems arise and faulty assumptions are uncovered. The original design and action plan may need corrections and rectifications.

  • 5. Termination:This is the final phase in the consulting process and includes several activities. The consultant’s performance during the assignment is evaluated by both the client and the consulting firm. Final reports are presented and discussed. Mutual commitments are settled.

  • Consultant Work Activities

    The day-to-day activities of management consultants are often complex and varied. Projects can vary in length depending on the type of consultancy, firm and the demands of the client. They can involve an individual or a large team and may be based in one location or across various sites including overseas.

  • Typical tasks, particularly involve:

  • carrying out research and data collection to understand the organization

  • conducting analysis

  • interviewing client's employees, management team and other stakeholders

  • running focus groups and facilitating workshops

  • preparing business proposals/presentations New recruits tend to spend most of their time at the client's site.


  • In addition to the above,tasks for more experienced and senior consultants involve:

  • identifying issues and forming hypotheses and solutions

  • presenting findings and recommendations to clients

  • implementing recommendations/solutions and ensuring the client receives the necessary assistance to carry it all out

  • managing projects and programs

  • leading and managing those within the team, including analysts;

  • Liaising with the client to keep them informed of progress and to make relevant decisions.







  • The Implementation Structure

  • There Is Three Main Part Of The Implementation Structure:

  • 1. DPR Services


  • 2 .Root Cause


  • 3. Analytics Balance Serial


  • DPR Is prepared on the basis of root cause analysis of the company. DPR is prepared in 21 days and after preparing DPR the whole report is completed in 7






    Detailed Project Report (DPR)

  • Detailed Project Report (DPR) is an essential in creating infrastructure and enabling sustainable quality service delivery.
    The DPR is to be prepared carefully and with sufficient details to ensure appraisal, approval, and subsequent project implementation in a timely and efficient manner. This document provides a reference format for preparing DPRs/Project Reports across sectors.

  • The major sections covered are as follows:

    1. Sector background context & broad project rationale

    2. Project definition, concept and scope

    3. Project cost

    4. Project institution framework

    5. Project financial structuring

    6. Project phasing

    7. Project O&M framework and planning (Has the Project Report assessed the requirements an planned for long term O&M sustainability)

    8. Project financial viability/sustainability

    9. Project benefits assessments (Social Cost-Benefit Assessment)





  • Purpose Of Dpr

    The objective of a project plan is to define the approach to be used by the Project team to deliver the intended project management scope of the project.

    At a minimum, a project plan answers basic questions about the project:

  • Why? - What is the problem or value proposition addressed by the project?
    Why is it being sponsored?


  • What? - What is the work that will be performed on the project?
    What are the major products?


  • Who? - Who will be involved and what will be their responsibilities within the project?
    How will they be organized?


  • When? - What is the project timeline and when will particularly meaningful points,
    referred to as milestones, be complete?





    Root Cause Analysis

  • How root cause is done by us:

    Root cause (RC) is a method of problem solving that tries to identify the root causes of faults or problems.

    Root Cause (RC) is a popular and often-used technique that helps people answer the question of why the problem occurred in the first place.

    Root Cause Analysis seeks to identify the origin of a problem. It uses a specific set of steps,
    with associated tools, to find the primary cause of the problem, so that you can:

    1. Determine what happened.

    2. Determine why it happened.

    3. Figure out what to do to reduce the likelihood that it will happen again.










  • The Root Cause Analysis Process:

  • Root Cause Analysis has five identifiable steps.

  • Step One: Define the Problem

  • What do you see happening?

  • What are the specific symptoms?


  • Step Two: Collect Data

  • What proof do you have that the problem exists?

  • How long has the problem existed?

  • What is the impact of the problem?


  • Step Three: Identify Possible Causal Factors

  • What sequence of events leads to the problem?

  • What conditions allow the problem to occur?

  • What other problems surround the occurrence of the central problem?


  • Step Four: Identify the Root Cause(s)

  • Why does the causal factor exist?

  • What is the real reason the problem occurred?


  • Step Five: Recommend and Implement Solutions

  • What can you do to prevent the problem from happening again?

  • How will the solution be implemented?

  • Who will be responsible for it?

  • What are the risks of implementing the solution?


  • A typical consulting assignment’s scope includes:

  • The purpose to be achieved.

  • The expertise to be provided by the consultant.

  • The nature and sequence of tasks to be undertaken by the consultant.

  • The client’s participation in the assignment.

  • The resources required.

  • The timetable.

  • The price to be paid.

  • The other conditions as appropriate.

  • Costing & Estimation Calculation:

  • Services cost and Estimation:

  • A Substructure

  • B Shell

  • C Interiors

  • D Services

  • E Equipment & Furnishings


  • 1. Land acquisition, including assembly,holding and improvement.

    2. Planning and feasibility studies.

    3. Architectural and engineering design.

    4. Construction, including materials,equipment and labor.

    5. Field supervision of construction.

    6. Construction financing.

    7. Insurance and taxes during construction.

    8. Owner's general office overhead.

    9. Equipment and furnishings not included in construction.

    10. Inspection and testing.

  • The operation and maintenance cost in subsequent years over the project life cycle includes the following expenses:

  • Land rent, if applicable.

  • Operating staff.

  • Labor and material for maintenance and repairs.

  • Periodic renovations.

  • Insurance and taxes.

  • Financing costs.

  • Utilities.

  • Owner's other expenses.

  • Design development changes,Schedule adjustments.

  • General administration changes (such as wage rates).

  • Differing site conditions for thoseexpected, and Third party requirements imposed during construction, such as new permits.










  • Understanding "What’S In The Cost"

  • Elements of Costs:


  • Direct Costs - Attributable to the Project:

  • Salaries and Associated Benefits, Materials, Payments to Subcontractors or Consultants, Project Related Travel.

  • Indirect (Overhead) Costs - Necessary Business Expenses:
  • General Administrative Costs, Facility (Space, Utilities, Insurance), Marketing, Ongoing Research and Development.

  • Basic Equation:

  • Cost = Labor(rs) x Time + Other Direct Costs + Indirect Costs
    Note: Indirect Costs are Usually Allocated on Some Proportional Basis Each project a Business is Executing.

















    The Process (Figuring What It Takes)

  • Step 1 - Break the Project Down into a Set of Definable Tasks

  • Iterative, Top Down Process


  • Identify Major Activities (Design, Development, Integration, Test, Production)


  • Break Down Further into "Self Contained" tasks (Design User Interface, Develop Database Software,Develop Prototype xyz Board…)


  • Take it Down One or More Steps Depending on Size and Complexity (Layout All Display Formats,Determine Operator Action/Entry Sequences, Define Limit Tests and Error Notifications)


  • Too Little Breakdown is Bad, Too Much is Bad - it takes a Balance


  • Tools - Logic, Analysis, Experience.










  • The Process - Estimating Each Task

  • Determine What it Takes to Address Each Task in the WBS.

  • Usually Focused on Labor.

  • What Type (Programmer, Engineer, Network Administrator, Writer/Illustrator).

  • Experience Mix.

  • May Look Like Mini Project Teams (Some Guidance from a Senior Type + 2 Juniors doing details and a Writer).


  • Estimate How Long the Task Should Take.

  • Very Subjective

  • Historical Performance Metrics and/or or Personal Experience Helps.

  • Capabilities/Limitations of Candidate Project Team Members Must be Considered.

  • Cover the Gaps (the Team is usually Fixed and Finite).

  • Plan for Continuous Tasking for each member Until No Longer needed.








  • The Process - Preparing The Schedule

  • Schedule the Tasks:

  • Assess Start Point for Each (Possibly Relative to Progress of Others).


  • Assumes Some Sequence/Dependency Analysis Has Been Conducted.


  • Insert Milestones.


  • Key Review/Delivery/Test Points.


  • Evaluate the Result.


  • Staff Profile (is it Reasonable).


  • Make Necessary Adjustments (Schedule, Resource Mix, etc.)









  • The Process - Calculating The Cost

  • Labor

  • Schedule and Staff Profile Summarizes labor Types and How Much of Each (Total Hours, Days Weeks etc.)

  • Labor Hour Costs Normally are Salary + Fringe Multiplier.

  • Materials

  • Delivered or Consumed as Part of Project.

  • Computers, Software Licenses, Peripherals, etc. Delivered to Customer..

  • Usually a "Firm Number" Supported by Vendor Quotes.

  • Paper, Special Materials to be Used During Job for Books, Pictures, Etc.

  • Typically a "Best Estimate" and Minor Relative to Materials and Labor.

  • Consultants and Subcontractors Costs.

  • Consultants Costs Predicted Based on Hourly Quote and Usage Estimate.

  • Subcontractors Based on Firm Quote for Services.

  • Other (Travel, Etc.)

  • Estimates Based on Job Requirements.

  • Add it Up:

  • Cost =Labor (w/Fringe) + Materials +Consultants/Subs +Other + Indirect.







  • We Have A Wbs, Schedule Cost

  • Set Up a Total Cost Profile (How the Project Flows Financially)

  • Set Up a Labor Profile (Either by Hours, Labor Cost - or Both)

  • Prepare to Track It.During Execution

  • Account for Expenses Against WBS items

  • Review "Progress" Against Cost Profile Regularly

  • If behind Schedule, Ahead of Cost Profile, Must be problems…












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    H. No.- 06, Gunmoy Colony, Mango, Jamshedpur Jharkhand, 831012, India
    Phone-(+91)9693408442
    Email-info@nhtpl.com

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    602, B wing, Shanti Enclave, Sector#1 Shanti Nagar, Mira Road (east), Mumbai 401107, India
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