PROJECT PROFILE FOR TEA PROCESSING UNIT

(Capacity For Processing 30 La ! "gs# Green Tea Lea$es Per Ann%&' (#0 SCOPE OF T)E PROJECT IN T)E AREA OF OPERATION Sufficient information needs to be collected about the availability of raw material in the area, no of existing tea factories with their processing capacity and arrangement of marketing of tea. The proposed capacity of the tea manufacturing unit for processing of 30 lakh kgs. of green tea leaves for production of 6 lakh kgs. of made tea !T!" per annum at a recovery rate of #0$. *#0 • • • • • • 3#0 FOR I+PLE+ENTATION OF T)E PROJECT% The society has to raise the re&uisite share capital' (and )urchase*(eased by the society' +btained assurance from State ,lectricity -oard for providing re&uired electricity connection' .+! from )ollution control board' )repared plan and estimates for civil work of main plant and other ancillary buildings' +btained &uotations from suppliers of plant / machinery and other e&uipments'

PROJECT CO+PONENTS AN, T)EIR TENTATI-E COST (Rs# in .a !s' 3#( Lan/ an/ Lan/ ,e$e.op&ent • !ost of (and 01,000 s&. metres" 2.00 • !ost of (eveling*3evelopment 1.00 • !ost of 4pproach 5oad 6.00 • !ost of -oundary 6all / 7encing 2.00 TOTAL 0 *0#00 3#* Ci$i. 1or s • 8ain 7actory -uilding 0200 S&.8" • Trough :ouse ;00 S&.8" • Trough :ouse 0000 S&.8" • 6ater Tank +verhead" • 6ater Tank =nderground" • >,.454T+5 5++8 / 6+5?S:+) • !ivil 6ork for 6eight -ridge TOTAL 90.00 <2.00 32.00 1.00 3.00 3.00 #.00 *(*#00

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P.ant 2 +ac!inery • )rocessing !apacity 30 lakh kgs. of green tea leaves" 060.00 • ,xcise 3uty / other Taxes #2.00 TOTAL 0 (34#00

esi/es )ea/ O88ice at Ne< .20 0. re9%ire&ent 8or one &ont!# 546 84T.> ST+!? +7 7@.@T=5...C 1e.T!.C .aneo%s Fi6e/ Assets +77@!.20 00..00 0.5@4( .5 .. 7#0 PATTERN OF FUN.S T++(S / T4!?(S TOTAL Pre0operati$e E6penses #.S / S)45. 7@5.ULE @t is expected that the proEect is completed within one / :alf year after sanction of financial assistance.)+S@T.ication 8or&s can a.00 0.S7+58. 7+5 T:. 74!T+5B / 64T. @n case of =nderGdeveloped / (eastGdeveloped States subsidy is available #0$ / #2$ respectively of the proEect cost.@S:.. . )5+!.00 #.TS S.3#5 • • • • • • • • • 3#4 3#7 • • • • • • • +isce.S S4(45B/ 64>.S ST+5.!3!Fs pattern of funding for !ooperatively 3eveloped States 90$ of loan is sanctioned to the State >ovt.5@.0 0.-..oa/e/ 8ro& NC.(.e <it! t!e o88ices o8 Registrars o8 Cooperati$e Societies=Regiona. Loan app.43 / )4!?@.(..>.3 >++3S ST+!? +7 >++3S @.00 1. for passing on to the beneficiary societies as 20$ loan and 10$ share capital contribution.> .20 0.00 (*0#00 53#00 0 0 +argin +oney 8or 1or ing Capita.20 03.ication 8or&s are a$ai.!i# App.5 84!:@.S +D.20 00.00 2..5:. 3.a.!T5@!@TB !:45>.irectorates o8 t!e NC.e.so .5 .S !+8)=T.00 <.SS TOTAL TOTAL PROJECT COST 2.T 4@5 !+8)5. S.20 3.C=@)8.ING 4s per . 4#0 RE:UIRE+ENT OF STAFF The mill will re&uire approximately 10 workers and #2 staff.!T5@7@!4T@+.SS+5 D. 7@>:T@. T54.0site (!ttp>==nc/c#in'# .#0 0.:@!4( T5=!?" +T:. 7=5.5 3@ST. 3. the debt e&uity ratio may vary depending on viability of the proposed proEect.e /o<n.00 34#00 7*0#00 0 0 5#0 PROJECT I+PL+ENTATION SC)E.S / 7@AT=5. :owever.

• To process paddy purchased from grower members as well as nonG grower members and add value to benefit the members. 6. -oard of 3irectors*3ate of (ast election of the society. A$ai. • To help and guide the grower members by providing them technical guidance by agricultural officers and providing seeds.istrict Agric%.0.y . O88icer o8 t!e state# Pa//y Processing scenario in t!e State=. • To create suitable market for the finished products of grower members and to ensure remunerative prices to improve their financial position. +bEectives of the society% • To promote !ooperation among members. Ra< +ateria. (ast three year 4udit )osition certified of !4. 3etails about the proposal #.ity in t!e state certi8ie/ .a.istrict# • +ther by products Scope o8 +ar eting o8 Finis!e/ pro/%ce in t!e State • !hannel of 8arketing of these produce . pesticide etc. 3etails about the society 3. 1.i. 8embership and share capital 2.t%ra. organic fertiliHers.

)addy )rocessing 7low !hart 5aw 8aterial )re cleaning Steaming 3rying 7ine !leaning 5emoving :usk" )acking >rading )olishing Pro?ect Co&ponents an/ t!eir tentati$e cost • Lan/ an/ Lan/ .e$e.op&ent# .

e&entation Sc!e/%.S ST+5. Sanitary / )lumbing 01.e A It is e6pecte/ t!at t!e pro?ect is completed within one year after sanction of financial assistance.T T:. one 3..!T5@!@TB !:45>. • +argin +oney 8or 1or ing Capita.xpenses 8argin 8oney for 6orking !apital .5@4( .>.. computers./ing 2 Ci$i.5 .> S. 8.S S4(45B/ 64>. 3=TB / other Taxes • • +isce.48 -+@(. • Pro?ect cost • • • • • • • (and / Site 3evelopment !ivil 6ork )lant / 8achinery 8iscellaneous 7ixed 4ssets !ontingencyG 2$ of the on cost of plant / 8achinery )reGoperative .(.• • • • !ost of (and !ost of (eveling*3evelopment !ost of 4pproach 5oad !ost of !ompound 6all • @%i.. and furniture / fixture as per re&uirement of the proEect. :4(( 0#.584A G ST.. !+.S.lectricity !hamber • P.A!@S.!. >. )433B -45-+@(@. 8ain 7actory -uilding .> )(4.. 1or <. 7inished >oods >odown / )acking 00.>*ST.48@..5.ant 2 +ac!inery • • • • 8@((@.454T+5 5++8 / 6+5?S:+) 03.. 5aw 8aterial >odown 9. • • • • 546 84T. Set.7. Transformer. .S / S)45. 4dministrative -uilding 00.S • Pro?ect I&p.3eposit. 6atchmen !abin 02.!T@+.aneo%s Fi6e/ Assets The provision has to be made for electrification.

!3!Fs pattern of funding for !ooperatively 3eveloped States 90$ of loan is sanctioned to the State >ovt.i. • J%sti8ication 8or> • • • • )roEect is technically feasible and financially viable )roEect would help the farmer members by providing value addition to their produce. • Financia. 7inancial assistance will be routed through the State >ovt. its repayment is assured . of 8aharashtra has recommended to provide 60$ term loan and 36$ share capital to the beneficiary society with a view to help the farmer members. @n the present case.• Pattern o8 F%n/ing 8or Pa//y Processing> 4s per . -ia.ity The assumptions and proEected and breakGeven analysis shall be calculation. )roEect would provide direct employment to how many persons. and therefore. :owever. the debt e&uity ratio may vary depending on viability of the proposed proEect. State >ovt. for passing on to the beneficiary societies as 20$ loan and 10$ share capital contribution.

• To create suitable market for the finished products of grower members and to ensure remunerative prices to improve their financial position.y . • To process paddy purchased from grower members as well as nonG grower members and add value to benefit the members. pesticide etc. • To help and guide the grower members by providing them technical guidance by agricultural officers and providing seeds..istrict# • +ther by products Scope o8 +ar eting o8 Finis!e/ pro/%ce in t!e State • !hannel of 8arketing of these produce Pro?ect cost • • • • • • • (and / Site 3evelopment !ivil 6ork )lant / 8achinery 8iscellaneous 7ixed 4ssets !ontingencyG 2$ of the on cost of plant / 8achinery )reGoperative . 0#.<. (ast three year 4udit )osition certified of !4.a. +bEectives of the society% • To promote !ooperation among members. O88icer o8 t!e state# Pa//y Processing scenario in t!e State=.xpenses 8argin 8oney for 6orking !apital .i.t%ra. A$ai. -oard of 3irectors*3ate of (ast election of the society.ity in t!e state certi8ie/ . 00. 3etails about the society 9. 8embership and share capital 00. Ra< +ateria. 3etails about the proposal .istrict Agric%. organic fertiliHers.

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