Sunday, August 28, 2016

Small Business Growth Strategies



Small Business Growth Strategies

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Smallbusinesssolver


How to scale a small business

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Scale, Connect and Grow with Salesforce

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Salesforce


25 Ideas For Entrepreneurs Looking For Business Growth


Increase the number of customers that come into your business.
Increase the number of times each customer buys from you.
Increase the amount each customer spends each time they buy from you.
Increase the profit margins on the products and services your customers buy from you.
Build a high performance business model by increasing the effectiveness of every business process and increasing the efficiency of every business process (reduction of waste).

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Small Business Growth Strategies


1. Growth through market penetration
2. Growth through enlarging market through geographical expansion.
3. Growth through new product in the same market (diversifaction)
4. Growth through new product in a new market segment (diversifaction)
5. Growth through vertical integration
6. Growth through selling existing product in one or more new market segments after making some modifications to the product to make it attractive to more than one market segment.
7. Market expansion through strategic alliances
8. Growth through  mergers and acquisition

1. Growth through market penetration


How to Develop Market Penetration
Examples of Penetration Strategies

2. Growth through enlarging market through geographical expansion (includes selling in foreign markets).


Unlocking Growth in the Middle Income Segment of Emerging Markets
https://www.bcgperspectives.com/content/articles/growth_globalization_unlocking_growth_in_the_middle/?chapter=5

3. Growth through new product in the same market (diversification)


4. Growth through new product in a new market segment (diversification)

5. Growth through vertical integration

6. Growth through selling existing product in one or more new market segments after making some modifications to the product to make it attractive to more than one market segment.

7. Market expansion through strategic alliances

8. Growth through  mergers and acquisition






Fundamentals of Growth - Bain & Company
http://www.bain.com/consulting-services/strategy/fundamentals-of-growth.aspx

Categorizing the Growth Strategies of Small Firms
May 2012
Seppo Leminen, Mika Westerlund
Technology Innovation Management Review
http://timreview.ca/article/553

ALTERNATIVE GROWTH STRATEGIES FOR SMALL BUSINESS - University of Delhi Open Learning Material
http://sol.du.ac.in/mod/book/view.php?id=1239&chapterid=880


Three Strategies for Achieving and Sustaining Growth


4 Strategies to Fast Forward Your Small Business Growth

Growth Strategies in Business






Saturday, August 27, 2016

India - 30% Gross Enrolment in Higher Education - 800 More Universitieis and 50,000 more Colleges




Gross Enrol Ratio in India and Various Countries
GER in Teriary Sector Education
http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SE.TER.ENRR

UNesco Data
http://data.uis.unesco.org/?queryid=142


21.8.2012
Kapil Sibal Minister of HRD stated that India will have 30% GER by 2029 and for achieving this target 800 more universities and 50,000 more colleges would be needed.




http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-08-21/news/33302330_1_ger-gross-enrolment-ratio-higher-education

http://pib.nic.in/newsite/erelease.aspx?relid=88040


Updated  30 August 2016, 16 December 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

India's Tokyo 2020 Olympics Preparation


26 August 2016

Prime Minister Narendra Modi  announced the decision to set up a Task Force to prepare a comprehensive action plan for effective participation in the next three Olympics  at the meeting of Council of Ministers.


So Indians have to now wait for the constitution of task force and its report.

The Task Force will be given the responsibility to prepare overall strategy for sports facility, training, selection procedure and other related matters in connection with India's participation and performance in Tokyo 2020 Olympics and further Olympics.



Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Powder Coating Facility Project Report - Business Plan India


http://www.dcmsme.gov.in/reports/powdercoating.pdf

PRODUCTION CAPACITY : QTY. PER ANNUM : 70,000 SQ.  MTRS.
 VALUE : Rs. 38,50,000/-

 Land and Building    : Rs.             9,00,000/-
 Machinery & Equipment: Rs.       8,76,000/-
 Pre-operative Expenses : Rs.          30,000/-
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                                              Rs. 18,06,000/-
 Working Capital -                  Rs. 5,44,365/-
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 Total -                            Rs.       23,50,365/-

Net Profit (Per year)
 Turnover        Cost of production      Profit
 Rs. 38,50,000/-  Rs. 26,39,111/-      Rs. 12,10,889/-

B.E.P. %  38.62%
Rate of Return  = 51.52%



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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Mudra Loan Yojana in Marathi and Hindi - पंतप्रधान मुद्रा योजना

मुद्रा योजनेत तीन श्रेणी असतील. त्यांचं शिशू, किशोर आणि तरुण या गटांमध्ये वर्गीकरण करण्यात आलं आहे. शिशू श्रेणीअंतर्गत 50,000 रुपयांचं कर्ज मिळू शकतं, तर किशोर श्रेणीत 50,000 रुपयांपासून 5 लाख रुपयांपर्यंत कर्ज दिलं जाईल. तसंच तरुण श्रेणीअंतर्गंत 5 लाख रुपयांपासून 10 लाख रुपयांपर्यंत कर्ज मिळेल.

मुद्रा बँकेद्वारे छोट्या कारखानदारांना आणि दुकानदारांना कर्ज मिळेल.


http://abpmajha.abplive.in/india/pm-narendra-modi-to-launch-mudra-bank-today-23427

31 October 2015
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Pune Metro

पंतप्रधान मुद्रा योजना हि तरुनाईला रोजगार आणि स्वयंरोजगार देऊन स्वाभिमानाने स्वताच्या पायावर उभे राहण्यासाठी उपयुक्त असून या योजनेमुळे सर्व्सामांण्याच्या आयुष्यात मोगरा फुलवणारा आहे ,असा विश्वास लोकसभेच्या सभापती सुमित्रा महाजन यांनी केला

शेवगांव - पंतप्रधान मुद्रा योजना
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सी २४तास



29 November 2015

मुद्रा योजनेला जनतेकडून चांगला प्रतिसाद मिळत असल्याचं पंतप्रधानांनी सांगितलं. या योजनतून 66 लाख लोकांना 42,000 कोटी लोकांना मिळाले असल्याचा दावा मोदींनी केला आहे.
http://abpmajha.abplive.in/india/pm-narendra-modi-mann-ki-baat-165704



1. मुद्रा बैंक का मतलब है माइक्रो यूनिट्स डेवलपमेंट्स रिफाइनेंस एजेंसी (MUDRA).
2. मुद्रा बैंक छोटे उद्यमियों को 50 हजार से 10 लाख करोड़ रुपये तक का कर्ज सस्ती ब्याज दर पर देगा.
3. छोटे फाइनेंस संस्थानों (माइक्रो फाइनेंस इंस्टिट्यूशन)  प्रधानमंत्री मुद्रा योजना के तहत छोटे उद्यमियों को कर्ज दे सकें.
4. इस फाइनेंशियल सिस्टम की पहुंच का दायरा बढ़ाने के लिए डाक विभाग के विशाल नेटवर्क का इस्तेमाल किया जाएगा.
5 .  देश भर में  5.77 करोड़ छोटी व्यापार इकाइयों  हैं।  इन्हें अभी बैंक से कर्ज लेने के सुविधा है।
6.  अगर आप बिजनेस शुरू कर रहे हैं तो आपको शिशु कैटेगरी का लोन दिया जाएगा. यह लोन कवर 50 हजार रुपये से ज्यादा नहीं होगा.  किशोर कैटेगरी के तहत 50 हजार से 5 लाख रुपये तक का लोन दिया जाएगा.


Schemes under PMMY are –
Shishu – Loans up to 50000/-
Kishore – Loans from 50001/ – to 500000/-
Tarun – Loans from 500001/ – to 1000000/-
Required Documents LIST for  Mudra Loan :

Proof of identity – Self certified copy of Voter’s ID card / Driving License / PAN Card / Aadhar Card/Passport.

Proof of Residence – Recent telephone bill, electricity bill, property tax receipt (not older than 2 months), Voter’s ID card, Aadhar Card & Passport of Proprietor/Partners/Directors.

Proof of SC/ST/OBC/Minority.

Proof of Identity/Address of the Business Enterprise -Copies of relevant licenses/registration certificates/other documents pertaining to the ownership, identity and address of business unit.

Statement of accounts (for the last six months), from the existing banker, if any.

Last two years balance sheets of the units along with income tax/sales tax return etc. (Applicable for all cases from Rs.2 Lacs and above).

Projected balance sheets for one year in case of working capital limits and for the period of the loan in case of term loan (Applicable for all cases from Rs.2 Lacs and above).

Sales achieved during the current financial year up to the date of submission of application.
Project report (for the proposed project) containing details of technical & economic viability.

Memorandum and articles of association of the company/Partnership Deed of Partners etc.
In absence of third party guarantee, Asset & Liability statement from the borrower including
Directors & Partners may be sought to know the net-worth.

Photos (two copies) of Proprietor/ Partners/ Directors

MSME Financing by State Bank of India


April - June 2017

 Large Corporate advances increased from Rs.2,55,964 Crores as on 30th June 15 to
Rs.3,08,206 Crores as on 30th June 16 (20.41% YOY growth).
 Mid-Corporate Advances increased from Rs. 2,00,035 Crores as on 30th June 15 to
Rs. 2,07,137 Crores as on 30th June 16 (3.55% YOY growth).
 Retail Personal advances increased from Rs.2,80,114 Crores as on 30th June 15 to
Rs.3,37,087 Crores as on 30th June 16 (20.34% YOY growth). Home loans increased from
Rs.1,63,678 Crores as on 30th June 15 to Rs.1,97,575 Crores as on 30th June 16
(20.71% YOY growth). Auto loans increased from Rs.33,229 Crores as on 30th June 15 to
Rs.39,683 Crores as on 30th June 16 (19.42% YOY growth).
 SME Advances increased from Rs.1,74,591 Crores as on 30th June 15 to Rs.1,82,093
Crores as on 30th June 16 (4.30% YOY growth).
 Agri advances increased from Rs.1,15,813 Crores as on 30th June 15 to Rs.1,24,594
Crores as on 30th June 16 (7.58% YOY growth).
 International advances increased from Rs.2,50,950 Crores as on 30th June 15 to
Rs.2,70,365 Crores as on 30th June 16 (7.74% YOY growth).



2015 - 2016 Financial Year

C. Small & Medium  Enterprises
Your Bank has been the pioneer and market leader for SME financing. With over 1 million customers, the SME portfolio of Rs.1,89,534 crore as on 31st March, 2016 accounts for nearly 12% of your Bank’s total advances. The revival of business sentiment and growth in GDP has brought the focus sharply on the growth and viability of SME units.
The Government’s initiatives – Make in India, CGTMSE cover and MUDRA – are providing a significant shot in the arm to the SME segment.
Your Bank’s endeavour in driving SME growth rests on three pillars:
a) Customer Convenience
b) Risk Mitigation
c) Technology based digital offerings
In FY2016, Ecosystem Financing (Project Shikhar) has been started by your Bank to take advantage of growing e–Commerce footprint in the economy.
Your Bank’s focus had been on digital banking platform and launched various facilities for SMEs based on technology like Credit Risk Model to provide automated instant sanction of loans under e–tailer sellers financing, which is a truly disruptive offering, where loan to the seller is given at the click of a button. An in–house ‘Digital Tool’ is being used for instant sanction of loans to taxi operators or owners associated with a taxi aggregator’s platform.
Apart from this, your Bank is leveraging technology for capturing early warning signals and has introduced digital inspection of units. Overall, SBI is leveraging technology in every facet of the value chain, be it sourcing business, designing products, streamlining processes, improving delivery or monitoring and follow–up.
Your Bank has taken several initiatives to build its SME portfolio in a risk mitigated manner and has brought about significant changes in (i) Product Suite, (ii) Processes (iii) Delivery.
(i) Product Suite:
All the products offered to Micro, Small & Medium enterprises have been strengthened and made more hassle free. Scoring Models have been introduced for loans up to Rs.10 Lakh. New products like Asset Backed Loans (ABL) have been reviewed and upgraded suitably. Sector specific products like Construction Equipment Loan, Medical Equipment Loan have been introduced with pricing matrix and scoring models. Cluster specific products have been introduced to capture top quartile customers in an industry. Your Bank has launched a Simplified Cash Credit product on pilot basis at Chennai & Hyderabad Circles.
(ii) Processes:
Your Bank has introduced detailed Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for various processes involved in the delivery of Credit to provide a ready reference to all operating functionaries. Your Bank has covered key products under Loan Origination & Loan Life Management Software (LOS & LL MS) which focus on capturing of pre–sanction process of credit portfolio, ensuring quality and uniform standards of credit dispensation and have robust record and information retrieval systems. Under this initiative in FY2016 your Bank has introduced digital inspection application through Tab & Mobiles which is a process of digitisation of presanction/ post sanction of SME units & collateral securities capturing location of the property/ place of business.
(iii) Delivery:
Your Bank had undertaken Project Vijay starting in FY2015 to revamp the delivery model for SME lending in order to drive growth and improve customer engagement, with following key features.
„. Over 1,000 relationship managers deployed for serving SME customers
„. Leveraging big data and analytics based lead generation for customer acquisition
„. Improving internal processes and documentation needs to reduce customer turn–around time by ~50%
„. Increasing focus on risk mitigated, competitive products; e.g. launch of new Asset backed loan product, promoting fleet finance, e–DFS and e–VFS products
„. Deploying Vijaypath tool for performance monitoring of relationship managers
Customer engagement has improved significantly with reduced turnaround time, simplified documentation and assignment of dedicated relationship managers. Your Bank has been increasingly shifting focus towards risk mitigated lending.
Supply Chain Finance
Leveraging its state of the art technology, your Bank is focusing on further strengthening its relationship with the corporate world for their supply chain partners.
During the last fiscal your Bank has entered into 57 new eDFS & eVFS tie ups taking the overall tie ups with industry majors to 193.
There has been a 40% YoY growth in the eDFS portfolio as a result of the new tie–ups. The diversification in the eDFS portfolio and the sector–wise portfolio is represented below
Credit flow to Micro and Small enterprises under CGTMSE & MUDRA
Your Bank has been a pioneer in supporting MSMEs and for micro and small (MSE) business. Your Bank is extending collateral free lending up to Rs.1.00 crore under guarantee of CGTMSE. The cost of guarantee cover for working capital facilities up to Rs.50 lakh is being borne by your Bank. Your Bank has a portfolio of Rs.11,030 crore under CGTMSE. It was able to achieve Rs.12,281 crore disbursement almost 92% of the target of Rs.13,325 crore disbursement under MUDRA loans set by Govt. of India.
Developments FY2016
Project Shikhar was rolled out to gain first mover advantage in the e–Commerce space. The exponential growth in e–Commerce has thrown open a world of opportunities for MSMEs. New players have entered the market space and B2B & B2C space is growing in demand. Under this project, your Bank is working on various initiatives to pioneer an ecosystem for lending through partnerships with new business models.
Three SME ecosystems have been identified as focus areas e–Commerce, taxi aggregators and franchise finance.
(i) e–Commerce
Your Bank has developed a specialised offering for startups active in the e–commerce space. A pioneering innovative product “e–Smart SME” for financing merchants selling through e–commerce platforms has been designed. Tie–ups with leading e–Commerce companies, Snapdeal and Flipkart, have been established this year. This innovative product moves away from traditional balance sheet based lending to a cash flow based lending program. It uses an in–house developed proprietary credit model based on platform and surrogate data to assess eligibility. The entire process has been automated – ‘at the click of a button’ – from online application, uploading of documents, processing and sanction, all in less than a minute
– first time ever in the history of banks in India. The product was launched by your Bank’s Chairman & CEO of Snapdeal on 15th January 2016.
The seller no longer needs to submit traditional financial statements like Balance Sheet, P&L or Income tax returns to avail this financing facility. Your Bank has also developed a digital tool to identify any early signs of stress through the e–commerce platform data of the borrower
(ii) Taxi Aggregators
Taxi aggregators have been revolutionizing the way Indians commute – and your Bank has tied up with these aggregators to help individual drivers buy a car and become mini–entrepreneurs. Under this, your Bank has tied up with both Ola and Uber India to extend vehicle loans to drivers and operators associated with these platforms. A digital credit tool has been developed in–house by your Bank to automate the process and enable instant sanction. The tool was launched in partnership with Uber on 15th March, 2016 by your Bank’s Chairman & Uber President Asia Pacific.
Documentation needs have been significantly simplified for enabling faster loan disbursal process. Under the OLA cabs tie–up launched in FY2015, over 1,000 loans have been disbursed across 5 centres.
(iii) Franchise Finance
A comprehensive product suite has been designed to cater to the franchising model that is fast growing in India’s retail consumer segment. Franchise finance along with electronic dealer finance will provide a comprehensive, competitive solution for large industry majors.
The product suite now offers financing solutions for the franchisee’s initial capex investment, working capital and transaction related needs. Your Bank is tying up with large, reputed franchisors to extend this proposition to their new and existing franchisees. These loans will be risk mitigated through franchisor affiliation, comfort and repayment facilitation. Continuous sharing of data by franchisor will enable economic assessment of business model and identification of early warning signals for stressed franchisees.
Five tie–ups have been launched during the year – Philips, Medplus Pharmacy, Anytime Fitness, Lakme salon and Raymond.
(iv) Debit Cards & Acceptance Infrastructure (Merchant Acquiring Businesses) Your Bank realised early the need for doing banking the Smart way, in its pursuit towards becoming the ‘Banker to digital India. Your Bank has been putting significant efforts to upgrade its technology to the best in class, on an on–going basis and the capability to offer near JIT (Just in Time) service delivery environment across its delivery channels.
With over 23 crore State Bank Group Debit Cards as on 31st March, 2016, your Bank continues to lead in Debit Card issuance in the country. You will be glad to know that 20% of the Banked population in India have their accounts with your Bank, with ~37% of total Debit Card penetration in the country. A concerted effort by your Bank to empower the customers to enjoy
“Anytime Anywhere Banking” through Debit Card has propelled this sheer dominance of your Bank in Debit card space. You would be happy to note that your Bank has also improved its market share in Debit Cards spends from 25.07% (March 15) to 26.29% (March
16) which is highest amongst the banks as per RBI data. In sync with the focus of Government of India to create a digital economy, your Bank has strengthened its Debit Card acceptance infrastructure by giving a vigorous thrust on installation of Point of Sale (PoS) terminals, thereby taking the numbers to over 3.02 lakh, up by 50% over last year with a market share of 21.70% of PoS terminals. During the FY2016, your Bank has registered a growth of 56% in terms of number of transactions and 60% in value of transactions. With a view to move the larger base of Debit Cardholders to PoS terminals as also to e–Commerce websites, awareness campaigns are being run on a regular basis. These measures zoomed the
Debit Card spends over “Point of Sale” and “e–Commerce” for the State Bank Group to ~Rs.41,500 crore for the FY2016, an increase of 36% from the previous year and taking the market share to over 26%.
Various innovations like introduction of sbiin Touch contactless Debit Cards, Mumbai Metro Debit Card, among others, aggressive marketing campaigns and Debit Card awareness programme, have placed your Bank in the top slot in terms Debit Card spends. In order to go “green” your Bank is now focussing on “paperless” mobile PoS terminals with 30000+ mPoS terminals.
During FY2016, Bank has also launched the Contactless (NFC) PoS terminals with over 30,000 such terminals already deployed in the field. Acceptance of Amex Card has also been enabled on SBI PoS terminals during FY2016. In addition to offering basic acquiring services on its terminals, your Bank is also providing Value Added Services such as:
„. Cash@POS facility for cash dispensation to debit card holders
„. DCC – Dynamic Currency Conversion
„. EMI facility
Your Bank has also partnered with various Government initiatives for providing payment acceptance infrastructure at the Customer Service Centres (CSCs) across all geographies

Aluminium Hydroxide Gel Manufacture Project Report - Business Plan India


http://krishna.nic.in/PDFfiles/MSME/Chemical/aluminium%20hydroxide%20gel.pdf




Economic capacity : 150 tonnes per annum
Project cost : Rs.102 lakhs


Total cost of plant and Machinery Rs. 44 lakhs

Means of Finance
Promoter's contribution Rs.41 lakhs
Term loan from financing institutions Rs.61 lakhs
Total project cost Rs.102 lakhs

Annual sales turnover Rs. 84.9 lakhs
Net profit before tax Rs. 19.5
Breakeven point in % 57%



Small Scale Units/Firms in India - Project Reports - Business Plans


Monday, August 22, 2016

Packaged Drinking Water/ Mineral water Manufacture Project Report - Business Plan India



http://www.dcmsme.gov.in/publications/pmryprof/food/ch17.pdf


2003 report

Production Capacity
Quantity : 45 lakh Bottles per annum
Value : Rs. 281.25 lakh.

Total Fixed Cost Total (Rs.
in lakhs)
1. Land and Building 30.00
2. Plant & Machinery 25.32
3. Other fixed assets 9.68
Total 65.00

Working capital for 3 months
18.43 × 3 = Rs 55.29 lakh

 Profit (per annum)
 Profit = Turnover – Cost of Production
= 281.25 – 244.15
= Rs 37.10 lakh


 Rate of Return Say 31%
 Break-even Point 44%

Addresses of Plant and Machinery
Suppliers
1. M/s. Sonalifabs
71, Biren Roy Road (West)
Kolkata-61.
2. M/s. Enviro Tech Utility,
32A, Main Patel Road,
Opposite Wings Show Room,
West Patel Nagar,
New Delhi-110 008.
3. M/s. Watrion Water and Filter
Engg. Pvt. Ltd.
1 Harsivan Apartment, Ground
Floor, (Behind Canara Bank),
West J.P. Road, Andheri (West),
P.B. No. 7372,
Mumbai-700 059.
4. M/s. Rital Agencies
55 III Main Road, Gandhi Nagar,
Chennai-700 020.
5. M/s. Ion Exchange India Ltd.
Ticcon House,
Dr. E. Houses Road,
Mahalaxmi,
Mumbai-400 011.
6. M/s. Alpha Engineering
158, Pocket-E-20, Sector-II,
Rohini, Delhi-110 085.

MANUAL FOR PACKAGED DRINKING WATER
(First Issue)
BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
MANAK BHAVAN, 9, BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG,
NEW DELHI - 110002
http://www.bis.org.in/qazwsx/cmd/water_manual.pdf



Small Scale Units/Firms in India - Project Reports - Business Plans

Agarbatti Sticks Manufacture Business Plan Project Report India



Small Business - India Definition


Investment in plant and machinery

Small Enterprises -  More than twenty five lakh rupees but does not exceed five crore rupees

Investment in Equipment

Small Enterprises -  More than  ten lakh rupees but does not exceed two crore rupees

http://www.dcmsme.gov.in/reports/Agarbathi%20Sticks.htm

Capacity
(Per annum on single shift basis)
         Quantity - 27,00,000 packets
         Value - Rs. 59,40,000



TOTAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT
Machinery and equipment 38,800
Working Capital     13,27,000
 
Total                13,65,800

Net Profit per year 4,22,650
         Net Profit margin Ratio = 7.11%  
         Rate of Return      = 30.94%

BREAK EVEN POINT =  51.24%







Agarbati Synthetic Perfumery Compounds manufacture business plan project report India



Small Business - India Definition


Investment in plant and machinery

Small Enterprises -  More than twenty five lakh rupees but does not exceed five crore rupees

Investment in Equipment

Small Enterprises -  More than  ten lakh rupees but does not exceed two crore rupees

http://www.eiribooksandprojectreports.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=701

Plant Capacity                                                     100 KGS/Day

 
Land and Building (Area 1000 sq.mt.)           Rs. 83 Lacs  (Can be taken on rent or lease)
Plant & Machinery                                         Rs. 6 Lacs         
W.C. for 3 Months                                               Rs. 46 Lacs           
Total Capital Investment                                    Rs. 1.38 Cr.              
Rate of Return                                                     89%   
Break Even Point                                                27%


Small Scale Units/Firms in India - Project Reports - Business Plans

Activated Carbon Powder & Granule from Coconut Shell - Project Report - Business Plan India



Small Business - India Definition


Investment in plant and machinery

Small Enterprises -  More than twenty five lakh rupees but does not exceed five crore rupees

Investment in Equipment

Small Enterprises -  More than  ten lakh rupees but does not exceed two crore rupees


http://www.emergingkerala2012.org/pdf/Food%20Processing/Activated%20Carbon%20-KSIDC.pdf

The coconut shell is converted into shell charcoal by carbonization process which is usually carried out in mud-pits, brick
kilns and metallic portable kilns. The coconut shell charcoal is activated by reaction with
steam at a temperature bewteen 900°C to 1100°C under controlled atmosphere in a rotary kiln. The
reaction between steam and charcoal takes place at the internal surface area, creating more
sites for adsorption.

A Plant with a production capacity of 10 Tons/day (3000 Tons per annum, based on 300 working days at single shift) is proposed in the report.

Land: Around 1 acre of dry land is required.

Plant & Machinery

Sl.
No   Name of Machine
1 Hammer mill
2 Jaw crusher
3 Vibratory feeder
4 Elevator
5 Carbonization kiln
6 Soaking tanks
7 Cyclones
8 Rotary kiln with heat recovery unit
9 Coolers
10 Centrifuge
11 Rotary drier
12 Micro Pulverizer
13 Sieving machine
14 Pneumatic filling machine

The total cost of machinery for a 3000 TPA Plant would be around Rs.330 Lakhs.

Total Project Cost Rs. 670 lakhs

Sales Turnover
The Revenue at optimum utilisation (80% from the 3rd year onwards) would be around Rs.
2160 Lakhs.


• The Profit after Tax is Rs.178 Lakhs.
• The Break Even Point (BEP) for the project is 50%.
• The Debt Equity Ratio (DER) for the project is 1:1
• Average Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR) is 3.42


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The shed may be constructed on dry, raised ground and should be well ventilated.
 A standing space of 2 x 1.05m for each animal is required.
 Purchase freshly calved animals in their second/third lactation. Vaccinate the newly purchased animal against disease.

 Feed the animals with best feed and fodders and daily feed requirement is about 2.5 to
3% of body weight of animal.
 Before milking, wash the udder and treat with antiseptic lotions/luke warm water and
dry before milking.

4 buffalo (graded murrah) per unit is economic. Each buffalo should generally yield on an
average of 10 (ten) liters of milk per day.
The suggested cost of project


S. No. Particulars                           Amount per unit (in Rs.)

1. Land development (L.S.)                      2,500.00
2. Shed construction using locally available materials
(L.S.)                                                       12,000.00
3. Cost of animals including transportation
if any [@ Rs.16000/- each]                     64,000.00
4. Utensils, Milk vessels, hand operated chaff cutter etc. 3,000.00
5. Insurance/veterinary expenses               3,000.00
6. Working capital and misc. expenses      3,500.00
TOTAL                                                    88,000.00

S. No. Particulars Lactation period
(Kg/day)
Dry period
(kg/day)
Rate (Rs./kg)
1. Green fodder 25 kg 25 kg 0.25
2. Dry fodder 6 kg 6 kg 1.00
3. Concentrate 4.5 kg 1 kg 7.00
4. No. of days considered 280 days 85 days -
Fund requirement for one animal during lactation period:
25 kg x Rs.0.25/kg + 6 kg x Rs.1/kg + 4.5 kg x Rs.7.00/kg = Rs.43.75 per day.
During dry period:                                                                    Rs.19.25 per day/per animal.



. Sales realization:                                                                                        Amount (in Rs.)
(i) From sale of milk: Rs.10 per litre x 4 animals x 10 litres/day x 280 days   1,12,000.00
(ii) Sale of manure & gunny bags (L.S.)                                                                2,000.00
 Total  

                                                                                                              1,14,000.00
B. Cost Feed/fodder:
(i) Lactation period: Rs.43.75/day x 4 animals x 280 days
Dry period: Rs.19.25/day x 4 animals x 85 days
                                                                                                                                55,500.00
(ii) Veterinary expenses [Rs.150 per animal x 4 animal]                                            600.00
(iii) Insurance                                                                                                            2,400.00
(iv) Miscellaneous & marketing expenses                                                                1,000.00
(v) Interest 5,100.00
(vi) Depreciation /amortisation of expenses @10% 8,450.00
Total                                                                                                                        73,050.00


C. Net profit [A-B] 40,950.00 per year.

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श्री कृष्ण जन्माष्टमी - Sri - Shri Krishna Janmashtami



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जिस स्थान पर ईश्वर या देवता  अपनी दिव्य  शक्ति के रूप में विराजमान होते हैं वह तीर्थ कहलाता है  व उस स्थान को तीर्थ स्थान कहते हैं | इसी प्रकार जिस दिन परमेश्वर स्वयं अवतरित होते हैं वह दिन पूज्य, पवित्रता देने वाला व पर्वमय हो जाता है | श्री कृष्ण जन्माष्टमी के दिन हम सभी व्रत रखकर श्रद्धा व्यक्त करते हैं व पूज्य भावों से उपासना करते हैं | इस दिन केवल फल आहार किया जाता है | व्रत का अर्थ है की विश्राम की मुद्रा में न रहें | इस दिन लेटना नहीं है | बैठते हुए कुर्सी से पीठ लगाकर नहीं बैठना है | इस प्रकार शरीर की साधना की जाती है | शरीर को साधने से मन में दृढ़ता आती है व ईश्वर के प्रति आस्था के भाव दृढ होते हैं | मंदिरों में जाकर भजन कीर्तन में सम्मिलित होने से मन बुद्धि में पवित्रता आती है |

                ॐ वन्दे प्रभु पादार्विन्देभ्यो: दुर्लभं |  
                    योगी कुल वंदितं, कर्मसु कौशलम ||

ईश्वर का ध्यान सदा ही कल्याणकारी है | श्री कृष्ण कर्म मार्ग पर आचरण करने के लिए कहते हैं | अपने अपने धर्म में रहते हुए कर्म करते हुए मोक्ष प्राप्त करने के लिए कहते हैं | ब्राह्मण, क्षत्रिय, वैश्य (व्यापारी) व  शूद्र  (कृषक) इन चारों वर्णों में अपने अपने स्वाभाविक कर्मों को करना चाहिए | कर्म करने में सभी की स्वतः ही रूचि होती है | ईश्वर ने हमें कर्म करने का अत्याज्य   स्वभाव दिया है |

भगवान श्रीकृष्ण कहते हैं कि जैसा श्रेष्ठ पुरुष आचरण करता है, वैसा ही अन्य भी करते हैं इसलिए मैं भी कर्मों में ही आचरण करता हूँ | यह साधारण सी उक्ति नहीं है | इसका गहन अर्थ है | इससे ऐसा प्रतीत होता है कि यदि श्रेष्ठ व्यक्ति गलत कार्य करेगा तो क्या समझदार व्यक्ति भी गलत कार्य करने लगेगा | आप सोचेंगे कि नहीं | मैं तो कभी गलत कार्य नहीं करूंगा | किन्तु यह नियम कहता है कि सभी श्रेष्ठ पुरुष का अनुकरण करते हैं | चाहे वह अच्छा कार्य हो या बुरा | अब आप भारत मैं पाश्चात्य वस्त्रों के अनुकरण को ही ले लीजिये | पहिले सभी स्त्री पुरुष आधे अधूरे वस्त्रों को पहननें में संकोच करते थे | ऐसे वस्त्रों को पहिनने की शुरुवात संभ्रांत वर्ग ने की | जिनका समाज में मान  सम्मान व प्रभुत्व था | अर्थात जो श्रेष्ठ्वत थे | फिर समाज के अन्य लोगों ने उनका अनुकरण आरंभ किया | और आज सभी ने संकोच का त्याग कर पाश्चात्य वस्त्रों को अपना लिया है | इसके विपरीत यदि आज भी उच्च वर्ग के व्यक्ति धोती कुरता का परिधान आरंभ कर दें तो इस नियम की ऐसी प्रबलता है कि बाकी लोग भी प्रभावित होकर धोती कुरता पहिनना आरंभ कर देंगे |

ईश्वर जब भी अवतरित होते हैं, कर्मशील इस संसार में जीवन पर्यंत कर्मों में आचरण की ही लीला करते हैं | भगवान शेष कर्माधार  है व भगवान विष्णु स्वयं कर्म स्वरुप हैं | आइये इस दिन हम व्रत व उपासना करें तथा योगेश्वर श्री कृष्ण के श्रेष्ठ जीवन का अनुकरण करें |

योगेश्वर श्री कृष्ण कहते हैं कि मैं आत्माओं में उत्तम (परमात्मा) हूँ | इसलिए पुरुषोतम हूँ | मैं अविद्या (अज्ञान का वह अंधकार जो है ही नहीं) से अत्यंत परे सच्चिदानंदघन परब्रह्म परमात्मा हूँ | अर्थात जो स्वयं ज्ञानस्वरूप हैं और जिनके समक्ष अज्ञान उत्पन्न नहीं हो सकता है |
                        मन ने सोचा, आज व्रत है |
                        आज क्यों हरि में मन रत है |
                        कुछ भी करूँ शुद्ध भाव बना रहता है |
                        क्यों मन में दुर्विचारों का आना मना रहता है |
                        क्यों श्रद्धा मन को मना लेती है |
                        मैं व्रती हूँ, क्षुधा प्रतिपल ऐसा भाव बना देती है |


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कृष्ण जन्मकथा

श्रीकृष्ण का जन्म भाद्रपद कृष्ण अष्टमी की मध्यरात्रि को रोहिणी नक्षत्र में देवकी व श्रीवसुदेव के पुत्र रूप में हुआ था. कंस ने अपनी मृत्यु के भय से अपनी बहन देवकी और वसुदेव को कारागार में कैद किया हुआ था. भगवान के निर्देशानुसार कुष्ण जी को रात में ही मथुरा के कारागार से गोकुल में नंद बाबा के घर ले जाया गया.

नन्द की पत्नी यशोदा को एक कन्या हुई थी. वासुदेव श्रीकृष्ण को यशोदा के पास सुलाकर उस कन्या को अपने साथ ले गए. कंस ने उस कन्या को वासुदेव और देवकी की संतान समझ पटककर मार डालना चाहा लेकिन वह इस कार्य में असफल ही रहा. इसके बाद श्रीकृष्ण का लालन–पालन यशोदा व नन्द ने किया. जब श्रीकृष्ण जी बड़े हुए तो उन्होंने कंस का वध कर अपने माता-पिता को उसकी कैद से मुक्त कराया.

जन्माष्टमी में हांडी फोड़
श्रीकृष्ण जी का जन्म एक उत्सव के रूप में मनाया जाता है. इस उत्सव में भगवान के श्रीविग्रह पर कपूर, हल्दी, दही, घी, तेल, केसर तथा जल आदि चढ़ाने के बाद लोग बडे हर्षोल्लास के साथ इन वस्तुओं का परस्पर विलेपन और सेवन करते हैं. कई स्थानों पर हांडी में दूध-दही भरकर, उसे काफी ऊंचाई पर टांगा जाता है. युवकों की टोलियां उसे फोडकर इनाम लूटने की होड़ में बहुत बढ-चढकर इस उत्सव में भाग लेती हैं.


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Silica Gel finds wide application in adsorption of gases, water vapour.
It is also used as a catalyst, particularly in water forming or water consuming reaction and
as a catalyst support.
Micronised Silica gels are used as functional additives in coatings, plastics food and
pharmaceuticals.

PRICE
Basic price Rs.50 per kg of Silica gel blue
Rs.110 per kg of Silical gel bags (for size 1 gm)
Rs.100 per kg of Silical gel bags (for size 2 gm)
Rs.90 per kg of Silical gel bags (for size 5 gm)


Source of technology
* Central Salt and Marine
Chemicals Research Institute,
Gijubhai Badeka Marg,
Bhavnagar -364 002
* Chempro Services,
First Floor,, 1431,17th Main road,
Anna Nagar Chennai,
* Indian Institute of Technology,
Kharagpur, West Bengal.
* Indian Institute of Technology,
Powai, Bombay-400 076.
* National Research Development Corporation
20-22, Zamroodhpur Community Center
Kailash Colony Extension
New Delhi 110 048. India
* Regional Research Laboratory (RRL),
(A Constituent Establishment of CSIR)
Jorhat - 785 006,Assam.


Major plant & machinery equipment and suppliers

Silicate storage tank Aristo Engineers
J-3, Vikas Udyog Nagar,
Behind Kasturi Tiwer
Phatak-Goddeo Road,
Bhayander (E), Thane-401 105
Abhinav Polymers
A/2, 3909, GIDC Estate,
Phase - IV, Vatva
Ahmedabad-382 445
Gujarat

Dilute silicate batch tank

Chemitherm Plants & Systems P. Ltd.,
30, Anandha Street
Alwarpet, Chennai-600 018
Texel Fabricators Pvt. Ltd.,
335, Sidco Industrial Estate,
Ambattur, Chennai-600 098, Tamil Nadu

Upflow filter Air Filter Industries
Mercantile Building
2nd Floor, G.P.O. Box 886
9A, Lal Bazar Street
Calcutta-700 001

Divya International
23A, Netaji Subhas Road,
8th Floor, Room No.28,
Calcutta-700 001

Cation Exchange column Iron Exchange India Ltd.,Maharashtra


Economic capacity : 300 tonnes per annum
Project cost : Rs.120 lakhs


Breakeven point = % 52

Acid Slurry Manufacture Project Report - Business Plan

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Acid Slurry
(ALKYL Benzene Sulphonate)

Ex factory price Rs.39.65 (November 2002)

PRODUCTION CAPACITY : Qty. : 150 MT (per annum)
Value : Rs. 75,00,000

Raw material consumption per tonne of 85-88% acid slurry
(a) Linear alkyl benzene 700-750 Kg.
(b) Sulphonating agent 20% oleum-
800- 900 Kg.
98% sulphuric acid - 1100–1200
Kg

A. Fixed Capital
 (i) Capital Requirements (Rs.)
(a) Land and building
 Land 1000 sq.m. Building -350 sq.m.1,00,000
(b) Factory shed including laboratory/ 2,00,000
 water arrangements etc.
(c) Store/Godown
(d) Office
 Total                              3,00,000


(ii) Plant and Machinery for Acid Slurry (Rs.)
1. Sulphonator: Stainless steel 2,00,000
verticle and cylindrical vessel
fitted within agitator with MS
jacket and complete with motor,
Cap 1 m3
2. Chilling plant 1,50,000
3. Settling tank- MS vertical dished 1,00,000
bottom, Lead line with agitator
and motor Cap 3.5m3
4. LAB feed tank: vertical cylindrical 20,000
tank, MS Cap 1.0 m3
5. Oleum/Acid slurry feed tank vertical 20,000
cylindrical Tank Cap 2.5m3
6. LAB main storage tank horizontal 50,000
cylindrical Tank Cap 2.5m3
7. Oleum/acid storage tank 30,000
ms-horizontal Cylindrical tank
cap 5m3
8. Pumps barrel type with motor 30,000
9. Misc. equipment including valvers 50,000
pipelines, exhaust, weighing machines
etc. and laboratory Equipment.
10. Furniture/fixtures 30,000
11. Installation/electrification 6,300
Total                              6,86,300  (2003 prices)


 Total Capital Investment
(i) Fixed Capital                  Rs. 9,86,300
(ii) Working capital for 3 months Rs. 14,54,100
Total                                 24,40,400


Important manufacturer of Acid Slurry include the following
* Atul Limited
Corporate Office : Agrochemicals Division
P.O. Atul 396 020, Dist. Valsad
* Amruteswari Enterprises
No.92, Amruteswari Building,
6th Main, 4th Cross
Ist Stage, 6th Phase
W.C. Road, Industrial Town
Bangalore-560 044
* Panda Chemicals Pvt. Ltd.
24, Zone-II, M.P. Nagar,
Bhopal-462 011
* ABC Corporation
27, Western India House,
Sir P.M. Road, Fort,
Mumbai-400 001
* Cee Sulfones Ltd. MCC050
B-7, Rajratan Apartments
Ground Floor, Near Garden
Service Road, Jogeshwari (E),
Bombay-400 060
Factory : Plot No.146-149, Achhad Industrial Estate
Taluka Talasari, Dist-Thane, Maharashtra
* Meeta Trading Corporation,
Unit No.7, Ground Floor,
Bldg. No.5, Jogani Industrial Complex,
Sion Chunabhati Road, Mumbai-400 022.
* Memba Chem Industries Pvt. Ltd.
19, M.J. Building, Ground Floor,
187 Princess Street, Mumbai-400 002
Fax : 022-2016261
* Navrang Chemical Industries,
Opp. Mittal Estate, Andheri Kurla Road,Mumbai-400 059.
Anand Chemicals
7th Cross, PIPDIC Industrial Estate
Sedarapet-605 111
* Bharani Chemical Industries,
41, Chairman Muthuramier Road,Madurai-625 009.
* Gee Gee Khay Chemical Industry,
96, Nelson Manickam Road, Chennai-600 029
Factory : Maraimalai Nagar-603 209.
Plot No. 16, A Type, PIPDIC Industrial Estate,
Mettupalayam, Pondicherry-605 009
* Ghuru Chemicals
16, A Type, 9th Cross, PIPDIC Indl. Estate,
Mettupalayam-605 009
* New India Surfactants
A-86 & 87. PIPDIC Industrial Estate
Sedarapet-605 111
* Sunrise Chemical Industries,
No.32, Periyathambi Mudali Street,
Choolai, Chennai-600 112.
* Southern Aromatic Chemical Industry
R.S. No.35/5, Thuthipet Village,
Sedarapet-605 111
* Ultramarine & Pigments Ltd.,
Detergents Division : Plot No.25-B,
SIPCOT Indl. Complex,
Ranipet-632 403, Vellore District,
* Varuni Chemicals (P) Ltd
Admn. Office : 6/1,Manjanakara Street,Madurai-625 001.
Factory :
63/5, Viraganoor Village,
Madurai 625 009.
* Royel Emulsifiers
(
#3, Pilkington Road,
Ayanavaram
Chennai 600 023

Vinegar Manufacture - Project Report - Business Plan



http://www.mpstateagro.nic.in/Project%20Reports%20pdf/VINEGAR.pdf



Vinegar is a liquid produced from the fermentation of ethanol in a process that yields its key
ingredient, acetic acid. The acetic acid concentration ranges typically from 4 to 8 percent by
volume for table vinegar (typically 5%) and higher concentrations for pickling (up to 18%).

The all-important raw material will be fruits. Many fruits are grown round the year and
availability would not be a problem. Other materials like yeast, sugar, salt, chemicals and
colours shall be available locally.

CFTRI has developed a fast process for obtaining vinegar, using a simple inexpensive
vinegar generator, which can be adapted in rural areas to manufacture vinegar using the
locally available raw materials like sugarcane juice/jaggery/toddy/ coconut water / pineapple
waste, etc. Vinegar generator can be locally fabricated. Vinegar generators are simple to
operate.



The rated capacity of the unit is 48000 ltrs per annum.


 Building
The main production block will cost around Rs. 5.50 lakhs.

PLANT & MACHINERY                             Rs. 4.20 Lakhs

Details
Gas Fired Furnance 2 5,000.00                0.10
Fruit Juice Extractor 2 10,000.00            0.20
SS Pump 1 15,000.00                          0.15
SS Fermentation tanks 6 15,000.00            0.90
Pasterisating Tank 2 10,000.00               0.20
Air-Compressor for air
circulation 1 15,000.00                      0.15
Alimunium blending tanks 4 7,500.00          0.30
Ageing tanks or barrels 6 10,000.00          0.60
Bottle washing ,capping
 and filling machine 1 70,000.00             0.70
Weighing Scale, plastic tubes
and SS utensils, Lab equipments LS 1 35,000.00 0.35
Contingencies 15%                            0.55

Absorbent Cotton (Surgical Cotton) Manufacture - Project Report - Business Plan



http://www.dcmsme.gov.in/reports/surgicalabsorbentcotton.pdf

http://www.msmedi-agartala.nic.in/pdf/Project%20Profile%20on%20Absorbent%20Cotton.pdf  - 150 MT capacity

http://www.emergingkerala2012.org/pdf/Textiles%20&%20Garments/Absorbent%20Cotton%20Surgical%20Cotton%20Mfg%20Unit-TEXFED.pdf



PRODUCTION CAPACITY (P.M.) :
Quantity : 300 M. T.
Value (Rs.) : 21.47 Lakhs


ii) Machinery and Equipment :
Sl.No.           Description Qty (Nos.)                Value (Rs.)
1 High pressure Keir(MS) inside coated with acid resistant epoxy coating, fitted with pump, steam pipe, capacity 2000 kgs. Charge of cotton with all accessories 1 1,70,000/-
2 Carding machine (Revolving flat high production) 1016 mm width with dust extruder, electronic stop motion, brush rolls, stripping brush rolls and other accessories.  7,50,000/-
3 Two compartment continuous cotton dryer with steam heating arrangements at 100 psi provided with trolley, electrical heaters and electric control panel  6,60,000/-
4 Porcupine cleaners 1200 mm working with 406 mm diporcupine type cylinder with strikers having two striking
edges, centrally adjustable grid bars and reduction gear, electric
motor(5 HP) for materials transport with accessories.
2,50,000/-
5 Centrifugal Hydro-extractor with S.S. Basket dia 1000 mm
fitted with motor and other accessories 1 90,000/-
6 Wet cotton opener working width 1000 mm fitted with motors
and accessories 1 48,000/-
7 Vertical opener with 7 steel discs and three separate centrally
adjustable settings for beater and grid bars fitted with motor 5
HP complete with accessories
1 1,00,000/-
8 Single soutcher and lap machine 1065 mm working width with
Kirschener beater, centrally adjustable grid bars, high pressure
device for loading calendar rollers and lap racks, etc. for
making lap holder for continuous operations with 10 HP motor
starter etc.
2     6,50,000/-
9 Rolling and winding machine 1320 mm on face, complete with
motor starter and other accessories 2      60,000/-
10 Small band saw type machine with motor for rolls cutting 2 17,000/-
11 Air compressor for lapping machine 1         13,000/-
12 Coal/wood fired boiler 1000 kg/ hrs. Evaporation capacity, 50
psi complete with feed pump and accessories 1           1,95,000/-
13 Water overhead tank of 10,000 liters capacity and tube well
fitted with accessories
14 Water treatment plant for treating process water required for
boiler and keir
L.S. 85,000/-
15 Water and pipe connection with insulation, various M.S. tanks
and concrete tanks for washing purpose etc. L.S. 47,000/-
16 Weighing scale, sealing machine and balancing equipments - 5,000/-
17 Testing equipments such as pH meter, Soxhlet–extractor,
chemical balance, crucibles, furnace, oven, etc. - 1,20,000/-
18 Electrification and installation charges - 3,00,000/-
19 Pollution Control and Energy Conservation equipments. - 1,50,000/-
Total 37,90,000/-

Total Capital Investment:            Amount in Rs.
a) Fixed Capital                            46,45,000/-
b) Working Capital for 3 months 43,13,775/-
 Total:                                           89,58,775/-  (2010 information)

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Chemicals - Small Scale Industrial Units - Project Reports - Business Plans - India


Small Scale Units/Firms in India - Project Reports - Business Plans

Absorbent Cotton (Surgical Cotton) - Acetic Acid from Ethanol -  Acetic Anhydride
- Acetylene Black - Acetylene Gas and Oxygen (Integrated Unit) -  Acid Slurry by Manual Process
Acrylic Sheets (Measuring Instruments, Auto Components, Buttons, Transparent Casings)
Activated Alumina - Activated Bleaching Earth (Activated Fullers Earth) -
Activated Carbon & Sodium Silicate from Paddy & Rice Husk -  Activated Carbon from Cashew Nut Shell -  Activated Carbon from Rice Husk Coconut Shell and Coconut Powder -  Activated Carbon from Wood - Activated Carbon Powder & Granule from Coconut Shell -  Aerosol Insecticides Spray (Baygon, Hit, Mortien type) - Agarbatti Synthetic Perfumery Compounds -  Agarbatti Sticks -
Alcohol from Potato - Alcohol from Rice Husk -  Alkyd Resin (Synthetic Resin for Manufacturing Paints) - Alkylated Phenol like Nonyl Phenol Dodecyl Phenol -  Alum for Water Treatment - Aluminium Hydroxide Gel (Used as Antacid in Ulcers and hyper-acidity) -  Aluminium Ingot from Bauxite -  Aluminium Phosphate -  Aluminium Phosphide -  Amines and Allied Products
Ammonia Gas -  Ammonia Gas Bottling -  Ammonia Liquor - Ammonia Paper, Ferroprussiate Paper, Reproduction Tracing Paper -  Ammonium Chloride (Pure & Technical) -  Aniline
Anthranilic Acid from Phthalic Anhydride - Anthraquinone - Antimony Trioxide -  Argon Gas -
Arts Colours - Oil, Water and Wax Based) - Auto Rubber Components & Rubber Washers -  Azo Dyes (Direct and Acid)


Silica Gel -


Vinegar

Paper Napkin Manufacture - Project Report - Business Plan


http://nsic.co.in/PProfiles2012/87.pdf

Tissue paper roll are fed into flexographic printing which will cut the required piece and emboss it.

Total capital including working capital margin Rs. 102 lakhs.

Fruit and Vegetable Processing Unit - Project Report - Business Plan



http://agricoop.nic.in/imagedefault1/Medium%20Fruit%20and%20Vegetable%20Processing%20Unit.pdf

Canned fruit pulp and vegetables

Canning a method of preservation in which a cooked or uncooked food is sealed in tin plated
and lacquered steel cans. The sealed cans are sterilized by heat treatment under high pressure
in retort. The temperature required for effective sterilization varies with the pH of the product
and is generally higher than boiling point of water (100°C or 212°F).


Pickle

Pickling is a process of  fermentation. The fruits and vegetables are immersed in 5–10 per cent salt solution (brine) leading to lactic acid fermentation. Salt prevents growth of undesirable organisms and allow lactic acid bacteria to grow. The natural sugars present in fruits and vegetables are converted to lactic acid at 25°C. The fermentation process takes a few weeks finishing at about 1 per cent acidity of final product. In India, spices and edible oils are used in pickle making. The spices and edible oil inhibit growth of undesirable micro flora in the product and also gives a desirable flavour.

Jam& jelly

Fresh fruits contain more than 80 per cent water and 10 to 15 per cent sugars. The fruits spoil very fast, if not preserved in time. One of the traditional methods of preservation is conversion of fruit pulp to jam and jelly by reducing water content.  Jam, jelly and marmalade are based on preservation by high sugar concentration. All fruits can be converted to jam by mashing or slicing it fine, adding an approximately equal amount of sugar, and simmering until it reaches proper concentration or
gel at 218° to 222°F (103°–105°C).

Squash
Squashes are sweetened juice of fruits containing minimum prescribed quantity of pulp. As
per Indian Standards, squash should contain at least 25 per cent (by volume) of fruit juice. The squashes are consumed after dilution by drinking water in 1:3 ratio.

Project Cost
S.No.  Particulars      Unit                                             Amount (Rs. Lakh)
1         Land acre         0.5                                                      2.50
2         Land Development Sq ft 20000                                 5.00
3         Civil Work Sq ft 3850                                              23.10
4         Plant and Machinery                                                40.23
5         Miscellaneous Fixed Assets                                       2.00
6         Preliminary and Preoperative Expenses                     1.95
           TOTAL                                                                     74.78 

Shoe Polish Manufacture - Project Report - Business Plan


Can You do Market Research and Selling? Are You Willing to Learn Manufacturing Process First and Keep Learning the Product Development and Process Development? Emphasize Quality and Improve Productivity.


Do Market Research - Determine the Technical Feasibility - Emphasize on Quality Manufacture and Testing - Improve Productivity Every Year.

http://www.npcs.in/profiles/profile/2194/shoe-polish-in-aerosol-filling-manufacturing-plant-detailed-project-report-profile-business-plan-industry-trends-market-research-survey-manufacturing-process-machinery-raw-materials-feasibility-study-investment-opportunities-cost-revenue.html

Plant capacity: 3 Lakh PCS. /annum
Plant & machinery: Rs. 12 Lakhs
Total Cost of Project: Rs. 48 Lakhs (including working capital
Return: 36.00% Break even: 41.00%


http://www.ethioembassy.org.uk/trade_and_investment/Investment%20Profiles%20EIA/Chemicals%20and%20Pharmaceuticals/Polish%20Shoe%20and%20Floor.pdf

Production process
 The process consists
of homogenizing molten waxes and other additives followed by thinning with solvent in with powerful heaters and coolers.. This involves heating the wax in high temperatures of up to 85 degrees C. The mixing tanks are constructed of stainless steel and are equipped with a jacketed shell that allows steam and cold water to be circulated around the tank. The tank has temperature controls.

Heating and mixing continues until the batch is homogeneous at which point cooling is initiated. As the batch cools, other ingredients such as preservatives, dyes, and fragrance are added. When the batch is complete, it is assayed to insure it meets quality control standards for solids, pH, etc. The mixed mass is reduced slowly to 50 °C, and as its viscosity increases, it is poured through a closed funnel into a cooling chamber. The poured mass is allowed to settle slowly, providing uniform distribution. The batch may be pumped to a filling line or stored in tanks until it is ready to be filled.

The semi-solid polish is packed in round tins, while the liquid polish is packed in plastic bottles
having sponge pasted caps.



Shri Krishna Janmashtami Puja Vidhi Hindi - श्री कृष्णा जन्माष्टमी पूजा विधि




श्री कृष्णा जन्माष्टमी पूजा विधि



षोडशोपचार पूजन

ॐ श्री कृष्णाय नमः  . ध्यायामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णाय  नमः . आवाहयामि .
 ॐ श्री कृष्णाय नमः  . आसनं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णाय नमः . अर्घ्यं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णाय नमः . पाद्यं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णाय  नमः . आचमनीयं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णाय नमः . उप हारं समर्पयामि .
 ॐ श्री कृष्णायनमः . पंचामृत स्नानं समर्पयामि .
 ॐ श्री कृष्णायनमः . वस्त्र युग्मं समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णायनमः . यज्ञोपवीतं धारयामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णाय नमः . आभरणानि समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णाय नमः . गंधं धारयामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णाय  नमः . अक्षतान् समर्पयामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णाय नमः . पुष्पैः पूजयामि .
ॐ श्री कृष्णाय नमः . प्रतिष्ठापयामि .


 नाम पूजा

उत्तर पूजा

 . धूपं आघ्रापयामि .
 . दीपं दर्शयामि .
 . नैवेद्यं निवेदयामि .
. फलाष्टकं समर्पयामि .
 . ताम्बूलं समर्पयामि .
. कर्पूर नीराजनं समर्पयामि .
 . मंगल आरतीं समर्पयामि .
 . पुष्पांजलिः समर्पयामि .


यानि कानि च पापानि जन्मान्तर कृतानि च .

तानि तानि विनश्यन्ति प्रदक्षिण पदे पदे ..

प्रदक्षिणा नमस्कारान् समर्पयामि .


क्षमापनं समर्पयामि .

विसर्जन पूजा
पुनरागमनाय च .

Krishna Puja Vidhi For Janmashtami and Daily Krishna Puja - कृष्ण पूजा विधि
___________________

___________________
ekunji

http://mantraaonline.com/wp-content/uploads/Puja/Krishna/krishna-sanskrit.pdf

More detailed explanation of the puja is in Shri Krishna Janmashtami Puja Procedure - English

Updated  24 August 2016, 17 August 2014, 7 October 2013

WATER REPELLENT CEMENT PAINT - Project Report - Business Plan



http://www.dcmsme.gov.in/reports/waterrepellentcementpaint.pdf


Portland Cement Powder, Hydrated lime water repellents, Hygroscopic Salt, Titanium dioxide, calcium carbonate, silicious fillers and pigments are mixed in suitable proportions in a hopper and fed into ball mill. Dry grinding is done for 12 hours. The ground material is collected in different silos.

The finished product (Cement Paints) is packed in HDPE Polythene lined packet of 5, 10, 20 & 50 Kgs. and stored in a well-ventilated dry humidity controlled room.


Total Capital Investment :
i. Machinery & Equipments Pre-operative exp. Rs.14,77,500/-
ii. Working Capital for one months                    Rs.  8,65,133/-
                                                             TOTAL : Rs.23,42,633/-

Acrylic Paint Manufacture - Project Report - Business Plan



http://www.msmedikanpur.gov.in/views/..%5Ccmdatahien%5Cprojprof%5CAcryrlic%20Paints.pdf


In modern paint, the binder has changed from the natural boiled linseed oil to alkyd oil, which is generally derived from Soybean and Safflower oil. Use of synthetic resins, such as acrylics and epoxies, has become prevalent in paint manufacture in the last 30 years. Acrylic resin emulsions in latex paints with water thinner have also become common.


Production Capacity ( per annum )
a) Quantity : 2,88,000 Ltrs.
b) Value (Rs.) : 1,87,20,000/-

Fixed Capital:
i) Land and Building :
Land 550 Sq. Mtrs. Rs. 5,00,000/-
Total Built up Area
(Office, Stores etc.)
&
50 Sq. Mtrs. Rs. 1,25,000/-
Working Shed 400 Sq. Mtrs. Rs. 6,00,000/-
                                                                              Total: Rs. 12,25,000/-
ii) Machinery and Equipment : Total 16,50,000/-
iii) Office Furniture & Equipments 50,000/-
iv) Pre-operative Expenses 30,000/-
                                                               Total: ( ii + iii + iv) 17,30,000/-
Working Capital for 3 months                                               36,90,000/-
                                                               Total:                       66,45,000/-



http://www.madehow.com/Volume-1/Paint.html

http://www.traditionalproductreports.com/floors-paint.html

Detergent Power - Cake Manufacture - Project Report - Business Plan



http://www.dcmsme.gov.in/reports/powder&cake.pdf


Project Cost :
(a) Capital Expenditure
Land : Own
Building Shed 500 sq.ft. : Rs. 1,00,000.00
Equipment :                       Rs. 2,50,000.00
(Sigma Mixure, Three Roll Milling M/c,
Plodder type simplex cutting M/c, Roll making
Machine, Sealing M/c, Weigh balance etc..)
Total Capital Expenditure : Rs. 3,50,000.00
(b) Working Capital : Rs. 1,70,000.00
TOTAL PROJECT COST : Rs. 5,20,000.00


http://www.dcmsme.gov.in/reports/Detergent%20Cakes.htm

http://www.kvic.org.in/pmegpwebsite/pmegpwebsite/kvic-regppmegp.in/commonprojectprofile/MANUFACTURING%20OF%20DETERGENT%20POWDER%20%26%20CAKE.pdf

http://smallb.sidbi.in/sites/default/files/knowledge_base/washing_soap_and_detergent.pdf

Ice Cream Churner Manufacture - Project Report - Business Plan


http://www.dcmsme.gov.in/publications/pmryprof/electrical/ch17.pdf

Total Capital Investment
(i) Fixed Capital Rs. 3,43,040
(ii) Working Capital Rs. 30,15,300
Total Rs. 33,58,520



Addresses of Machinery and Test Equipment Suppliers
 1. M/s. Equipment Agencies
1062, Bharathiar Road, P. N. Palayam,
Coimbatore-37

2. M/s. Machine Tools Traders (Madras)
218, Linchi Chetty Street,
Post Box No. 1260, Chennai-600 001

3. M/s. Venkateswara Engg. Works
54, Mettupalayam Road, Coimbatore-11

4. M/s. Grindex Engg. Co
8
Released By: The Development Commissioner (SSI), Ministry of SSI, New Delhi
9
229, V. K. Road, Peelamedu,
Coimbatore-4

5. M/s. Guru Instruments and Spares
M. G. Road, Ernakulam-682016

6. M/s. Cool Tech
Door No. 39/3854, S. A. Road,
Cochin-682016

Raw Material Suppliers

1. M/s. Chilton Refrigeration Industries
P. B. No. 3560, 38/114, M. G. Road,
Cochin

2. M/s. Cool Tech
Door No. 39/3854, S. A. Road, Cochin-682 016 

Ice Cream Manufacture Business - Project Report Business Plan




http://smallb.sidbi.in/sites/default/files/knowledge_base/ice_cream_making_unit.pdf


SUGGESTED CAPACITY
Ice cream is marketed in cups, cones, family pack or party packs and as slabs.
The capacity suggested is:
Item                                     March to  October                    November to February
                                                    In nos.                                         In nos.
1. Ice-Cream
a) big size cups                          50,000                                            25,000
 b) small size cups                     80,000                                            50,000

2. Ice-cream slabs                      16,000                                              8,000
3. Ice-cream (party pack)          10,000                                               4,000



The total capital requirement including fixed capital and working capital is estimated at Rs 19.57
lakhs as follows.

Of this, the project cost comprising fixed capital and margin money on working
capital is Rs.17.00 lakhs. 

Small Scale Units/Firms in India - Project Reports - Business Plans


http://www.indiaonestop.com/projectreports.htm

A

Absolute Filters for Biological and Air-Conditioning Applications  - Absorbent Cotton (Surgical Cotton) - Acid Slurry by Manual Process - Acrylic Paint - Activated Carbon & Sodium Silicate from Paddy & Rice Husk - Activated Carbon from Cashew Nut Shell - Activated Carbon Powder & Granule from Coconut Shell   - Adjustable Hospital Beds - Agarbatti Sticks - Agarbatti Synthetic Perfumery Compounds -Agricultural Implements - Air Brake Helical Coil -Air Compressors up to 5 HP -  Air Conditioning Ducting - Air Conditioning Repair Shops - Aluminium Alloy Wheels/Rims -Aluminium Alloys from Aluminium Scrap To Make Utensils (Induction Furnace Melted) - Aluminium Bottle Manufacturing (Gold Extrusion of Aluminium) - Aluminium Cans for Beer Packaging -  Aluminium Caps for Injection Vials - Aluminium Extrusion Plant - Aluminium Furniture -  Aluminium Hydroxide Gel (Used as Antacid in Ulcers and hyper-acidity) - Aluminium Sheet Rolling Mill - Aluminium Utensils - Animal Driven Implements - Animal Driven Vehicles - Anodised Aluminium Utensils - Anodizing of Aluminium - Antimony Oxide from Lead Scrap - Anvil (Steel Blocks Used in Forging shops) - ARC Welding Filter Glass - Arms & Blades for Wind Shield Wiper(Automobiles) - Auto Brakes System - Auto Electrical Wire Harness - Auto Flaps for Trucks & Buses - Auto Leaf Springs -  Auto Tubes (All Range of Tubes) - Automobile Body Building (Trucks) - Automobile Gears - Automobile Piston Rings - Automobile Radiator Cores - Automobile Silencers


D

Dairy Equipment - Decoiler and Sheet Shearing Plant -  Decorticated Coir - Detergent Power/Cake - Diagonal Scale, protractor, Flat Rules & Triangular Scales - Diesel Engine (Slow Speed) up to 15 HP -  Diesel Engine Pump Tester -  Disc Harrows (Used for Preparation of Seed Beds in Farming) -  Dividers (Drawing Instrument) - Dog Plates (Accessory for Lathes) - Domestic Pressure Cookers -  Domestic Utensils (Aluminium) - Domestic Utensils (Copper) - Domestic Utensils (Iron) - Door Locks - Doors, Windows and Ventilators (Metallic) - Drafting Machine - Drawing Boards - Drawing Instruments ( Engineering) - Drill Bits and Tool Bits - Drilling Machine 12 MM (Bench and Pedestal Type) - Drum Closures - Dumpy Levels and Sextants (Survey Instruments) - Duplicating Machines -  Dust Bin

F

Fabrication of Heat Exchanger - Fabrication of Storage Tanks and M.S. Drum -  Feeler Gauges (Measuring Instruments) - Fender Spoons and Hammers (Fender Kit for Removing Dents in Automobiles) - Ferrous Alloy NI-Hard IV Castings -  Ferrous Mn Alloy Casting by Alumina Thermic Process -  Fibre Brushes (For Cleaning Domestic & Industrial Floorings) -  File Mechanism (To Hold Loose Sheets in Office Files) -  Filter for Diesel Locomotive -  Fire Extinguishers -  Flaring Tools to Flare Pipe Ends - Flexible Metallic Pipes up to 35 MM Dia for Non-Pressure Application - Flip-Top Cans -  Forged Connecting Rod -  Forging Unit -  Fork (Agricultural Implement) -  Foundry Sand -
Four Jaw Chucks (Spare parts for Lathes) - Frame Collars - Cycle (Cycle Frame Cup) -  French Corners & Set Square (For Drawing Office Use) -  Front Fork ( Cycle) -  Fuel Injection System -
Fuel Lines (Auto -For Petrol and Diesel Engines) -  Fuel Tank Caps for Automobiles







G

  Gel Pen Inc  -




I

  Ice Cream - Ice Cream ChurnerIce Cream Cones - Insecticides Dusters (Manual) - Insecticides Sprayers (Manual) - Investment Casting - Iron & Steel Wire Gauge - Iron and Steel Cots - All Types Made of Mild Steel Conduit Pipes - Iron Ore Pellets





P
  Paper Cup - Paper Napkin -


S

  Silica Gel -


V

Vacuum Cleaners - Vacuum Flask (Stainless Steel) -  Valve Lifters and Ring Expander (For Auto Repair Shops) -  Valve Replacing and Resetting Tools -  Valves for Refrigeration and Air-onditioning
- Vehicle Welding & Painting - Venetian Blind - Vinegar -


W

Wall Clocks - Watch Dials -  Watch Straps (Metallic) - Water Coolers -  Water Level Controller (Automatic) - Water Meter - Water Repellent Cement Paint - Weighing Machine/Weigh Bridges - Welded Wire Mesh (For Cement Concrete Work in Buildings, roads, Bridges, Dams) - Wheat and Paddy Threshers up to 5 HP - Wheel Barrows (For Carrying Construction Materials for Short Distances) - Wheel Chairs for Invalids -  Wick Stoves -  Wind Mill -  Window Channels   (For Automobiles) -  Window Frame (Ferrous & Non-Ferrous) - Winnower up to 5 HP (Agricultural Machinery) - Wire Adjusting Screws (Stay Rods for Telephone, Telegraph, Electric Poles) -Wire Brushes (For Use By Goldsmiths, Welders, Electricals, etc.) -  Wire Gauges, Wire Netting -Metallic (Thicker Than 100 Mesh Size) - Wire Nails (For Domestic and Industrial Use) - Wood Screws (For Wooden Furniture, Packaging, Railway Carriages) - Wood Working Circular Saws - Wrenches (Pipe Wrenches) - Wrist Watch



Z

Zinc Wire Drawing -  Zip Fasteners (Metallic)









A Brief List of Industrial Projects, which NSIC can setup on turnkey basis

http://www.nsic.co.in/project.asp#

CHEMICAL AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES

CEMENT (MINI PLANT)
Capacity: 100 /50 tons (on 3 shifts basis); Manpower: 75; Area: 5000 Sq. Mtr.
DETERGENT CAKE
Capacity: 1 Ton; Manpower: 7; Area: 300 Sq. Mtr.
DETERGENT POWDER
Capacity: 2 Ton/Shift; Manpower: 7; Area: 300 Sq. Mtr.
DI-CALCIUM PHOSPHATE
Capacity: 10000 Ton/Annum; Manpower: 50; Area: 6000 Sq. Mtr.
LAUNDRY SOAP
Capacity: 2 Tons/Day; Manpower: 8; Area: 500 Sq. Mtr.
PAINT (OIL BASE)
Capacity: 500 Kg/Batch; Manpower: 14; Area: 1000 Sq. Mtr.
PAINT (WATER BASE)
Capacity: 500 Kg/Batch; Manpower: 14; Area: 1000 Sq. Mtr.
PRINTING INKS
Capacity: 2 Tons/Day; Manpower: 20; Area: 800 Sq. Mtr.
SHOE POLISH
Capacity: 100 Kg/Day; Manpower: 8; Area: 550 Sq. Mtr.
TOOTH PASTE
Capacity: 2 Tons/Day; Manpower: 8; Area: 500 Sq. Mtr.
WAX CANDLES
Capacity: 4000 Candles/Shift; Manpower: 1; Area: 200 Sq. Mtr.
FOOD & AGRO BASED AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES

BISCUITS PLANT
Capacity: 5 Tons / Shift; Manpower @ 22; Area: 1000 Sq. Mtrs.
BREAD PLANT
Capacity: 20 Tons/Day; Manpower: 19: Area: 1200 Sq. Mtrs.
ICE CREAM CONE
Daily Capacity -. 100000; Manpower: 6; Area. : 850 Sq. Mtrs.
CANDY PLANT
Capacity: 2 Tons/ Shift; Manpower: 12; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs.
IODISED SALT
Capacity: 300 Kgs./Hours; Manpower: 9; Area 1000 Sq. Mtrs.
CASHEW NUT PROCESSING
Capacity: 500 Kgs./ Shift; Manpower: 9; Area: 1,000 Sq. Mtrs.
MANGO JUICE
Crushing Capacity: 500 Kg. / hr; Output: 300 Kgs/hr. Manpower: 22; Area: 800 Sq. Mt
CASSAVA STARCH
Daily Capacity: 2 Tons; Manpower: 22; Area: 1000 Sq. Mtrs.
MINI PAPER PLANT (RECYCLING)
Capacity: 10 Tons / Day; Manpower: 12; Area: 3000 Sq. Mtrs.
CASTOR OIL PLANT
Capacity: 3 Tons / Day; Manpower: 5; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs
PALM OIL
Crushing Capacity: 12 Ton / Day; Manpower: 15; Area: 3000 Sq. Mtrs
CATTLE & POULTRY FEED
Capacity: 5 Tons / Shift; Manpower: 12; Area 1200 Sq. Mtrs.
PAPER (HAND MADE)
Daily Capacity: 1 Ton; Manpower: 30; Area: 1,000 Sq. Mtrs.
EGG TRAY
Capacity: 400 Tray / Hour @ Manpower: 8; Area : 500 Sq. Mtrs.
ESSENTIAL OIL
Capacity: 900Tons/Annum (Herbs); Manpower: 15, Area: 3000 Sq. Mtrs.
FLOUR MILL
Capacity: 30 Tons in 24 Hrs; Manpower: 12; Area: 1500Sq. Mtrs.
FUEL BRIQUETTE PLANT
Capacity: 750 Kgs. / Hrs; Manpower: 6; Area: 1000 Sq. Mtrs.
GROUNDNUT OIL
Crushing Capacity: 12 Tones /Day; Manpower: 9; Area: 1200 Sq. Mtrs
HARD BOILED SWEET
Capacity: 1000 Kgs./ Shift; Manpower: 5; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs
ICE CANDY
Capacity: 10000 pieces; Manpower: 5; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs
PINEAPPLE JUICE
Capacity: 50OKg/hr; Manpower 25; Area 850 Sq. Mtrs.
SOYA MILK
Capacity: 300 Ltr./Hr; Manpower: 3; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs.
SUGAR (MINI PLANT)
Crushing Capacity: 100 Tons/day; Manpower 35; Area 2,000 Sq. Mtrs
SUNFLOWER SEED OIL
Crushing Capacity: 3 Tons/Day; Manpower 5; Area 1200 Sq. Mtrs.
TOMATO JUICE & PUREE PLANT
Capacity: 500Kg/hr; Manpower: 25; Area: 1200 Sq. Mtrs.
LEATHER AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES

LEATHER BAGS
Daily Capacity: 300 Pieces; Manpower: 20; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs.
LEATHER / CANVAS TRAVEL KITS
Daily Capacity: 300 Pieces; Manpower 35; Area: 800 Sq. Mtrs.
LEATHER BELTS
Daily Capacity: 500 Pieces; Manpower 5; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs.
LEATHER BRIEFCASES / SUIT CASES
Daily Capacity: 100 Pieces; Manpower: 30; Area: 600 Sq Mtrs.
LEATHER FOOTWEAR
Daily Capacity 300 Pairs; Manpower: 50; Area: 200 Sq. Mtrs.
LEATHER GLOVES (INDUSTRIES)
Daily Capacity: 100 Pairs; Manpower: 15; Area: 100 Sq. Mtrs.
LEATHER GOODS (WALLETS, BELTS, VANITY BAGS FOR LADIES ETC.)
Daily Capacity: 190 Pieces; Manpower: 15; Area: 100 Sq. Mtrs.
METAL GITTINGS FOR LEATHER & TRAVEL GOODS (BUCKLES, SUITCASE HANDLES, WATCH STRAP, HOOKS ETC.)
Daily Capacity: 2000 Pieces; Manpower: 12; Area: 400 Sq. Mtrs.
TANNERY
Daily Capacity: 200 Hides; Manpower: 25; Area: 2000 Sq. Mtrs.
MECHANICAL AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES

ALUMINIUM UTENSILS
Capacity: 20,000 Pieces; Manpower: 7; Area: 1000 Sq. Mtrs.
BARBED WIRE
Capacity: 1 Ton/Day; Manpower: 4; Area: 1000 Sq. Mtrs.
BOLTS AND NUTS
Daily Capacity: 62000 Bolts & 10000 Nuts; Manpower: 17; Area : 800 Sq. Mtrs.
ELECTROPLATING UNIT
Daily Capacity: Depends upon type of work undertaken; Manpower: 1 0; Area: 800 Sq. Mtrs.
PAPER PIN AND GEM CLIP
Capacity: 18 to 25 Kgs/shift; Manpower: 6; Area: 400 Sq. Mtrs.
SPRING (ZIG-ZAG)
Capacity: 250 Feet/Hour; Manpower: 2; Area: 400 Sq. Mtrs.
SPRING COILING
Capacity: 120/Min; Manpower: 2; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs.
STAPLERS PIN
Capacity: 3500 PMT/Min; Manpower: 2; Area: 100 Sq. Mtrs.
WELDING ELECTRODES
Daily Capacity: 3 Ton@; Manpower: 18; Area: 1000 Sq. Mtrs.
WIRE DRAWING
Daily Capacity: 5 M.T; Manpower: 16; Area: 2000 Sq. Mtrs.
WIRE NAIL UNIT
Capacity: 1 000 Kgs/Day; Manpower: 4; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs.
WIRE NETTING
Capacity: 350 TO 450 Sq. Mtrs./DAY; Manpower: 7; Area 800 Sq. Mtrs.
PAPER STATIONERY AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES

CARD BOARD BOXES
Daily Capacity: 1000 Nos. (Various sizes); Manpower 7; Area: 1500 Sq. Mtrs.
CARD BOARD BOXES
Capacity: 1000 Box (Various sizes); Manpower: 7; Area: 1500 Sq. Mtrs.
CORRUGATED -BOARD
Capacity: 3 Ton/Shift; Manpower: 18; Area: 1200 Sq. Mtrs.
ENVELOPES &AIR LETTERS
Daily Capacity: 3500 Nos.; Manpower: 16; Area: 300 Sq. Mtrs.
EXERCISE BOOKS & REGISTERS
Daily Capacity: 600000 Nos. (64 Pages each); Manpower: 8; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs.
PAPER BAGS
Capacity: Max. 7000 Bags/Hour; Manpower: 3; Area: 400 Sq. Mtrs.
PAPER NAPKINS AND PAPER ROLLS
Capacity: 2500 Rolls (Various sizes); Manpower: 18; Area: 2000 Sq. Mtrs.
PLASTIC AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES

DRINKING STRAW PIPE PLANT
Capacity: 3 TO 8 Kg/Hr.; Manpower: 3; Area: 400 Sq. Mtrs.
P.V.C. (FLEXIBLE) PIPE
Daily Capacity: 1 Ton; Manpower: 8 Area: 300 Sq. Mtrs.
P.V.C. (RIGID) PIPE
Daily Capacity: 265 Kgs.; Manpower: 22; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs
P.V.C. WOVEN SACKS
Daily Capacity: 1 Tons; Manpower: 35; Area: 1500 Sq. Mtrs.
PLASTIC BLOW MOULDING
Capacity: ½ to 20 Ltrs.; Manpower: 3 to 10; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs.
PLASTIC RECYCLING
Capacity: 100 Kgs /Shift; Manpower: 7;. Area: 9000 Sq. Mtrs.
SHOPPING BAGS UNIT
Capacity: 30 Kgs. /Hour; Manpower: 7; Area: 400 Sq. Mtrs.
RUBBER AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES

CYCLE TYRES AND TUBES
Capacity: 2000 Tyres/Day; Manpower: 36; Area: 2500 Sq. Mtrs.
LATEX FOAM MATTRESSES
Daily Capacity: 180 Kgs.; Manpower: 10; Area: 800 Sq. Mtrs.
RUBBERISED COIR MATTRESSES
Daily Capacity: I Tons; Manpower: 25; Area: 800 Sq. Mtrs.
TEXTILE AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES

SOCKS KNITTING
Capacity: 160 Dozens /24 Hrs.; Manpower: 5; Area 500 Sq. Mtrs.
MISCELLANEOUS

CERAMIC PRODUCTS
Capacity: 10 Ton/ Day Manpower 20; Area 1000 Sq. Mtrs.
CHALK CRAYON
Capacity: 5000 Chalk/Shift Manpower: 1; Area 100 Sq. Mtrs.
GLS LAMP
Capacity: 3000 No./Day; Manpower: 15; Area: 500 Sq. Mtrs.
P.V.C. CABLES
Daily Capacity: 200 Coils (100 Mtrs. each.); Manpower: 104, Area: 1500 Sq Mtrs.
PENCIL (WOODEN)
Daily Capacity: 400 Gross; Manpower: 15; Area: 1,000 Sq. Mtrs.
PHARMACEUTICALS TABLETS UNITS
Capacity: 20000 /Hour; Manpower 13; Area: 350 Sq. Mtrs.
POUCH PACKING (Powder/Granules/Liquid)
Capacity: Upto 1000 Grams; Manpower: 2 to 5; Area: 100 Sq. Mtrs.
NSIC invites enquiries from buyers worldwide with specifications and details. NSIC would make available the projects on turnkey basis at competitive prices.
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Contact Details

The National Small Industries Corporation Ltd.
(A Government of India Enterprise)
NSIC Bhawan, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi - 110020 (India)
Tel : ++91-11-26927232, 26926275
Fax : ++91-11-26926513, 26920907


http://smallb.sidbi.in/%20/thinking-starting-business/big-list-business-ideas-small-business

http://www.nsic.co.in/elibrary.asp  - Project Reports and Profiles


http://nstfdc.nic.in/userfiles/file/model_project_profiles.pdf
(More project plans are there in the report)