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A PRODCUT PROJECT REPORT ON RAMOJI NAMKEENS

PREPARED BY: HARDIK P. VADHAR ACEDEMIC YEAR: 2008-2009

GUIDED BY: PROF. CHIRAG V. ERDA FOR THE PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THIRD YEAR B.B.A. SUBMITTED TO SAURASHTRA UNIVERSITY RAJKOT. SHRI G.H. GOSRANI COM. (ENG. MED.) AND SHRI D.D. NAGDA B.B.A. COLLEGE, JAMNAGAR.

PREFACEBecoming a successful Entrepreneur is the dream of any individual. To become a successful Entrepreneur, a person has to acquire the practical knowledge for what is going on in the market. There is much difference between theoretical knowledge, which we sturdy in classrooms, and practical knowledge, which we have to apply in any particular field in future. To cop up that difference, we have to carry out such type of activities gaining practical knowledge leading to the skills, aptitudes of a persons life. Hence, as part of our subject, my self, Hardik P. Vadhar student of T.Y.B.B.A. of Shri Dharamshi Devraj Nagda B.B.A. College, Jamnagar presents this Product Project Report on RAMOJI NAMKEENS. This project report contains all the information starting from establishment of unit till calculation of expected return on project and about expected percentage of BEP in normal condition. So I am sure that my preparation of this project report will give me a glimpse of the knowledge that is contained in the nature of a successful entrepreneur. My effort will be a sense of attempt made my me to fulfill the need of Saurashtra University.

ACNOWLEDGEMENTProduct project report is an effort made by a student of T.Y. B.B.A. to ensure that he/she has a change given by the syllabus of Saurashtra university to prove his/her capabilities contained in him/her to be a successful entrepreneur. Product Project Report is one of the important document which may help the promoters of small scale industries to get the lone from GSFC, banks etc. The product project report helps the financiers to know the profitability of the unit. It helps the financiers to know the long term liquidity of the business and also to know that whether the lone taken will be paid back or not. For this purpose, I have selected sugar plant. I am very much thankful to Mr. Chirag V. Erda for giving his valuable time and guidance and giving us guidance to prepare this project report. Finally, I would like to thank Saurashtra University for giving a great task of preparing such a product project report, which may help to highlight an overall view of a persons inner capabilities Place: Jamnagar Date Signature

PROJECT

DETAILS

INTRODUCTIONDal Moth, Chanachur & Bhujia are considered important, as processed foods. These are food products having no exact historical background. Long ago, people did not hear the name of Dalmoth, Chur or Bhujia like food products. But now a days, it is well known the world over. These are mainly consumed during breakfast periods & during social & cultural periods. These are used as tasty & flavored food, because of their digestive carminative, simulative, and almost all types of salty properties. India produces

processed food products of grains like Grams, Pulses etc. It aids in digestion and adsorption of food anathematic and antiseptic properties. The main raw materials for these products are Gram, pulses & spices. The various food additives & colors may be used to provide sophistications in the products. The raw materials, are available in India in plenty. These salty food products get a broad market in foreign countries. Hence, there is a lot of scope and market abroad for these products. These food products have a long shelf life and easy to transport in any part of the world without the fear of deterioration. Since India is surplus in food grains production these items can prove to be good force earner. possesses

USES & APPLICATION

These products impart flavor and aroma. They have been widely used during breakfast and festive occasions. These are also used in the appetizing and digestive purposes as a medicinal way. They have carminative simulative and digestive properties. These products are uses during the journey. These products are so useful for fun time & light snacks parties.

PLANT ECONOMICSPlant Capacity. : = 1000 Kgs / day. 300 MT/annum.

Products.

:

Dalmoth, Bhujia & Chana Chur.

Basis.

: =

2 Shifts / day. 300 Working Days P.A.

Land Area Required.

:

400 Sq. Nts.

Construction Period.

:

4 to 6 months.

Connected Power / Light Loads. : 25 KWs.

Employment Potentials.:

30 Nos. of employees.

PROJECT COST----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------No. Particulars Rs. Lacks ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Land & Building. Plant & Machinery. Office Furniture / Empts / Vehicles. Electrical Installation, Erection Cost etc., Technical Know-How Cost. Preliminary & Preoperative Costs. Contingencies. Margin Money. 10.00 15.00 01.00 02.00 03.00 01.00 03.00 05.00

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total 40.00 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ARRANGEMENT OF FUNDSDebit : Equity Ratio = 3:2

No. 1. 2.

Particulars Long Term Loans. Promoter's Capital.

(Rs.lacs) 30.00 10.00 --------

Total

40.00 --------

No.

Particulars

(Rs.lacs)

1. 2. 3. 4.

Turn Over, p.a. Operating Profit Profit to Sales Ratio Rate of Return (% p.a.)

110.00 025.00 22% 62%

SPECIAL FEATURS OF THE PROJECT

1.

This is a semi-automatic plant which is suitable for S.S.I.-

Sector. 2. The products are categorized as "Fast Food Items" which

are considered essential for house holds, defense, restaurants, bars, tea-stalls etc. 3. Travelers & drinkers consume these namkeens essential and

so do average to high status families with their tea-time. 4. 5. 6. This project is pollution - free. It can be located near market place. This Agro-based industry has a high export potential and set-up as 100% EOU. However, the scale of

can be

production & style of packaging will have to be attired for exports.

LIST OF PLANT & MACHINERY1. Pulverize, with accessories like V-Pulley, Feed Hopper,

Screen drum, Starter, air-blower, dust-collector. 2. Disintegrator, complete with motor and suitable starter, filled

screen beaters etc. 3. Drying oven (cabinet Type) 10 Trays with thermostat control

arrangements (Electrically heated up to 15* C). 4. 5. Sieving screens. Skin Peeling bares drums with 2 H.P. Motor & Other

Accessories. 6. 7. 8. 9. Filling and Sealing machines (Manual). Weighing Machines. Eccentric roll type impacting machine. Working tools, testing equipments, material handling

equipments etc.

LIST OF RAW MATERIALS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Gram, Moong grains & other pulses. Salt. Spices. Food pigments / Flavors / Preservatives. Edible Oils. Packaging Materials & misc. stores.

MARKET POSITION

Eatables have always been in great demand and will continue to be. Liking or disliking a particular food product is, altogether a distinct matter and varies from person-person. This is why a good number of eatables have been developed and many more can be expected in years to came. Moreover, in this age of science and technology, when the distance between countries has only been matter of hours & the sense of international brotherhood has gained momentum, and the business has spread globally, it becomes necessary to provide them with the eatable they like the most. Namkeens have gained popularity among people of all countries, religions and sects.

The production of namkeens in India is far behind its demand. Taking into consideration the export potential, the demand-supply gap runs in thousands of tones. This leaves a bright scope for many new entrepreneurs.

PRESENT MANUFACTURERS1. M/s. Blossom Food Indutries, Khopali, Dist. Kolaba, (MR). 2. M/s. Cornfield & Industries, Haily Mandi, Distt Gurgaon, Haryana. 3. M/s. Dega Poha Industries, Khariyar Road, Distt. Kalandi, Orrissa. 4. M/s. D. D. Hari Savan, Amritsar (Pb.). 5. M/s. G & E Morton (I) Ltd., P. O. Marhowrah, Distt, Saran, Bihar.

6.

M/s. Haldirams Bhujiawal, New Delhi.

7.

M/s. Hindustan Brefeafast Foods Mfg. Co., 64-65 Najafgarh Road, Indl Area, New Delhi.

8.

M/s. Irshed Industries. No. 3340, Market Road, Chickmaglur, Mysore.

9.

M/s. Kashyaplal Agrawal, Newara Distt, Raipur (M.P.)

10.

M/s. Maltex Chemocal & allied, Industries, Maltex House, Clement Town, Dehradun (U.P.).

11.

M/s. Suraj Canteen Natural Food, Centre Kings Road, Ahmednagar - 1.

12.

M/s. United Cereal Products Ltd., 4, Banksshell Street, Calcutta,

13.

M/s. Wheato Industries, G. T. Road, Ferozpur Cantt, Punjab.

MANUFACTURING PROCESSThe manuacturing process of these food products is nearly same with a little difference.:

A.

DALMOTH:

The process comprises soaking of pulses (archer, Moong, etc.) in water and washing in a tanks. It is adaptable in batch or continuous processing. The outer skin, then peels off in a skin peeling barrel drum. The skin peeling is necessary to facilitate removal of moisture. The pulses are then dried. The drying may be done in sun but sun drying takes a long time for which an electrical drier is best suited. Generally, the pulses are loaded in a trolley fitted with suitable trays & fed to the drier. The drying temperature is ar