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PROJECT REPORT

OF

READYMADE GARMENTS
M/S. REVANSIDDHA INDUSTRIES

-: Prepared by:-

SHREYANS TEJPAL SHAH


Chartered Accountants

127/2, Rockel Lane,


Vakharbhag, Sangli
Tel: (0233) 2623625, 2622536

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PROJECT

1.

Name of the proprietor

: MRS. PADMINI PANDURANG GAVADE

2.

Proposed Location

: Plot No. B 21, MIDC Jath, Dist. Sangli.

3.

Constitution

: Proprietorship, M/s. Revansiddha Industries

4.

Nature of Activity

: Readymade Garments Manufacturing

5.

Status

: Land in Possession

6.

Cost of Project

: 54.00 Lacs

7.

Means of Finance

: Capital

8.

Education & Experience

14.00 Lacs

Bank Loan

40.00 Lacs

Total

54.00 Lacs

: B. A. & Diploma in Fashion Designing


Experience of 1 year as trainer in Fashion
Designing Institute.

Project Report of M/s. Revansiddha Industries, prepared by CA Shreyans Tejpal Shah.

PROJECT REPORT
OF
READYMADE GARMENTS
M/S. REVANSIDDHA INDUSTRIES
_________________________________________________________________________
PREFACE: Readymade garment industry has occupied a unique place in the industrial scenario of our
country by generating substantial export earnings and creating lot of employment. Its
contribution to industrial production, employment and export earnings are very significant. This
industry provides one of the primary necessities of life. The employment provided by it is a source
of livelihood for millions of people.
It also provides maximum employment with minimum capital investment. Since this
industry is highly labor-intensive, it is ideally suited to Indian condition. This project report
is prepared for the manufacture of gents shirts, gents trousers as they find vast acceptance
in local and international markets. Such establishments can be easily set up by any person having
the knowledge of cutting and stitching operations.
DEMAND AND SUPPLY SCENARIO: Readymade garments are the choice of urban people. It is also gaining vast acceptance in
semi urban and rural areas. The huge charges made by tailors and delays in delivery have made
people to switch over to readymade garments. In domestic market and export market, it has
made spectacular progress in the last decade.
This industry is becoming very vibrant and lot of foreign investment pouring in this
industry because of low risk and high earning nature of this industry. As these products are
fashion oriented, entrepreneurs should always keep in mind the changing fashion styles.
Considering its advantageous position, it is assumed that there will be no constraint in marketing
of gents readymade garments.

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CONSTITUTION OF THE FIRM: This project is proposed as a Proprietorship of Mrs. Padmini Pandurang Gavade in the trade
name as M/s. Revansiddha Industries. She is a dynamic woman entrepreneur and personally shall
be looking after the business. Initially she has decided to start the business as a job-work activity.
In the later stages, gradually, the business shall be shifted to own manufacturing.

REGISTRATION DETAILS:
Being a proprietorship firm, there is no registration required regarding the constitution of
the firm. Other statutory registrations such as VAT, etc. shall be taken afterwards.
UNIT REGISTRATION DETAILS:
This project shall be a small scale unit as per GR of Govt. of Maharashtra and MSME Act.
Registration under MSME Act as a SSI is in the process and shall be procured soon.
LAND & BUILDING:
It has been decided to start this project in own land at Plot No. B 21, MIDC Jath, Dist.
Sangli. The said location is well connected with transportation facilities as it is located very nearby
to the highway. So no problem of transportation and this location is situated at D+ Zone as per
notification by Government, making the project eligible for the Assistance Subsidy from the State
Government as well as Central Government.
The building required for the project is to be constructed adhering to the guidelines of
MIDC and as per the required specifications of the project. The required building shall admeasure
to approx. 4000 Sq. Ft., and total cost of Land & Building shall be approx. 32 Lacs.
MACHINERY:
This project is basically skill based and labour oriented business. The required machinery
can be enumerated as follows: -

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1. Sewing Machines
2. Industrial Garment Press / Iron
3. Cutting Machines
4. Other Tools
5. Designing & Embroidery Machine (if needed)
6. Computer and printer.

PROJECT COST DETAILS:


In Lacs
A. Land and Building

32.00

B. Plant & Machinery

30.00

C. Electrification & Installation

03.00

D. Misc. & Other Assets

03.00

Total

68.00

MEANS OF FINANCE:
This project shall be financed in following manner:
In Lacs
A. Capital contribution

18.00

B. Bank Term Loan

50.00

Total

68.00

TECHNICAL ASPECTS: METHOD OF PRODUCTION:


The process includes the following steps:
PROCUREMENT OF FABRIC:
Dyed/bleached/printed cotton/synthetic fabrics as per demand are to be procured from
the open market. The fabric will be checked by laying on the inspection table against light before

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cutting so that unevenness in color/shade or any other fault, if any visible in the fabric are
eliminated.
CUTTING AND STITCHING:
The checked fabric is placed on the cutting table in layers and then the different
parts of the respective garments are marked by a chalk as per different sizes. Cutting is
carried out by the cutting machine. Stitching is carried out for individual portion of the garments
by skilled workers with the help of over lock, lock stitch machines etc.
SINGEING, CHECKING, PRESSING AND PACKING:
All garments are charged into singeing machine containing mild detergent and
enzymes and singeed for 4 hours in order to eliminate dirt and stains acquired during the
manufacturing process. After singeing, the garments are hydro extracted to eliminate excess
water and after this, these garments are dried in tumbler dryer. End checking is done before
pressing and packing on the checking table so that any fault in the piece may be eliminated
and protruding threads eliminated. The individual pieces are pressed by steam presses to
eliminate any wrinkle marks and packed in the carton boxes.
SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARD:
The quality of garments primarily depends on quality of fabric used. Therefore, care
must be taken while purchasing fabrics to ensure good color, fastness properties, uniformity
in shade etc. Generally garments are made as per customers specification in respect of size,
design and fashion.
EFFECTS ON ECO SYSTEM:
The method of production does not generate pollution. The usage water is limited only
towards the domestic purposes and drinking. The effluent generated out of the same, shall be
utilized for gardening purposes.
POWER SAVING:
Maximum care should be taken while selecting the machinery and other electrical
equipment so as to ensure minimum power consumption.
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WASTE AND EFFLUENT:


There is no chemical or water processes involved in this unit. Thus, there will be no effluent
or wastage generation. Water is to be used for domestic purposes only and the wastage of water
shall be utilized for gardening purposes.
PROJECT HYPOTHESIS (ASSUMPTIONS)
1. This project is based on 300 working days in a year.
2. This industry is labour intensive, thus working efficiency is considered at 80% in the initial
stages.
3. Costs of machinery and equipment/material mentioned refer to a specific make and
approximately to those prevailing at the time of preparation of this project.
4. Installation and electrification cost is taken as a percentage of cost of machinery
and electrification.
5. Non-refundable deposits, project report cost, trial production, security deposits with
Electricity Board are taken under preoperative expenses.
6. Depreciation has been considered:
(a) On Building @ 10%
(b) On plant and machinery @ 20%
TIME SCHEDULEP: Implementation period in months for executing this project in stage-wise is given
below:
Note: Considering that some of the above activities may be overlapping, the project
implementation will take a total period of six months approximately for starting the production.
Sr. No.

Activity

Period

1.

Selection of site/working shed / Application

1 Week

2.

Acquisition of Plot of Land

2 months

3.

Preparation of feasibility report

1 month

4.

Arrangement of finance (Term loan and

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Working capital)

1 month

5.

Construction of required building

6 months.

6.

Procurement of machinery and equipment

1 month

7.

Plant erection and electrification

2 weeks

8.

Arrangement of raw material including


Packaging material etc.

1 month

9.

Recruitment of manpower

1 month

10.

Selection of market channel

1 month.

11.

Miscellaneous works like power/water


Connection etc.

2 months.

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS:
Attached separately.

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PROJECT REPORT
OF
GARMENTS MANUFACTURING

COST OF PROJECT

in Lacs

Land & Building

32.00

Plant & Machinery

30.00

Elect Installation

3.00

Other Assets

3.00
68.00

MEANS OF FINANCE :
Promoters

18.00

Bank T. L.

50.00
68.00

Working Capital Requirement

in Lacs

Stock in Trade (Work in Progress)

6.37

Debtors / Receivables

9.00
15.37
Bank CC

12.00

Margin

3.37

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DEPRECIATION :
Building

10%

3.20

Machinery

20%

6.00
9.20

CAPACITY
Products

Multiple Products

Number of Machines

50

Installed Capacity
(17 Shirts per m/c per shift)

750 Nos / Day

Number of working days

300

Utilization 1 st year

80%

Annual production

180000 Nos

Job-Work Charges

Qty/Nos

Rate

Total

180000.00

60.00

108.00
108.00

INTEREST :
Term Loan

13.75%

50.00 Lacs

6.88

Cash Credit

13.75%

12.00 Lacs

1.65
6.88

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Labour
Qty

Salary

Month

Rs. In Lacs

Official

6500.00

12

1.56

Marketing

6500.00

12

1.56

Supervisor

7000.00

12

5.04

Skilled

55

5500.00

12

36.30

Unskilled

15

4000.00

12

7.20
51.66

Power / Electricity
Load Connected

30.00 KW

Maximum Demand

30.00 KW

Consumption for 12 Hrs

150.00 Units

Consumption Per Year


Total Cost

45000.00 Units
@ 7.10

3.20 Lacs

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PROFITABILITY STATEMENTS
in Lacs
Jobwork Charges
[-] Consumables purchases @ 5%
Labour

108.00
5.40
51.66

Mfg. Exps @ 30000 p.m.

3.60

Electricity

3.20

Repair & Maintenance @ 5 %

3.40

Depreciation

9.20
76.46

GROSS PROFIT

31.55

[-] Interest on T. L.

6.88

Interest on C.C.

1.65

Admn Exps

2.40
10.93

Net Profit Bef. Tax


[-] I. Tax provision @

76.46

10.93
20.62

30%

Net Profit After I.Tax prov.

6.19
14.43

Add Depreciation

9.20

CASH ACCRUALS

23.63

Loan Repayment

10.00

D. S. C. R.

1.81

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PROFITABILITY STATEMENT
in Lacs
YEAR

II

III

IV

80%
108.00

85%
114.75

85%
117.05

90%
123.93

90%
126.41

5.40

5.74

5.91

6.26

6.44

51.66

54.89

57.63

61.02

64.07

Other Material Exps

3.60

3.83

3.94

4.17

4.30

Electricity

3.20

3.39

3.50

3.70

3.81

Repair & Maintenance

3.40

3.61

3.68

3.90

3.98

Depreciation

9.20

7.68

6.43

5.40

4.56

Total -->

76.46

79.14

81.10

84.46

87.17

31.55

35.61

35.95

39.47

39.24

[-] Interest on T. L.

6.88

5.50

4.13

2.75

1.38

Interest on C. C.

1.65

1.65

1.65

1.65

1.65

Admn Exps

2.40

2.57

2.75

2.94

3.15

10.93

9.72

8.52

7.34

6.17

20.62

25.89

27.43

32.13

33.07

6.19

7.77

8.23

9.64

9.92

Net profit Aft. I. Tax prov

14.43

18.13

19.20

22.49

23.15

Added Back Depreciation

9.20

7.68

6.43

5.40

4.56

Cash Accruals

23.63

25.81

25.63

27.90

27.71

Loan Repayment

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

1.81

2.02

2.11

2.40

2.56

Utilization %
Sales
[-] Consumables purchases
Labour

Gross Profit

Net profit Before I. Tax prov.


[-] I.Tax provision.

D.S.C.R.
Average D.S.C.R.

2.18

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INTEREST SCHEDULE :
in Lacs
PARTICULARS

T.L.

INTEREST

C. C.

13.75%
BALANCE

50.00

[-] Ist Yr. Installment

10.00

BALANCE

40.00

[-] IIst Yr. Installment

10.00

BALANCE

30.00

[-] IIIrd Yr. Installment

10.00

BALANCE

20.00

[-] IVth Yr. Installment

10.00

BALANCE

10.00

[-] Vth Yr. Installment

10.00

BALANCE

0.00

INTEREST
13.75%

12.00
6.88

0.00

1.65

12.00
5.50

0.00

1.65

12.00
4.13

0.00

1.65

12.00
2.75

0.00

1.65

12.00
1.38

0.00
12.00

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1.65

DEPRECIATION SCHEDULE
in Lacs
PATICULARS

Machinery

Building

20%

10%

30.00

32.00

6.00

3.20

24.00

28.80

4.80

2.88

19.20

25.92

3.84

2.59

15.36

23.33

3.07

2.33

12.29

21.00

[-] 5th Yr. Depr.

2.46

2.10

WDV

9.83

18.90

OP.BALANCE
[-] 1st YR. Depr.
W.D.V.
[-] 2nd Yr. Depr.

[-] 3rd YR. Depr.


W.D.V.
[-] 4th Yr. Depr.
WDV

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Total Depr.

9.20

7.68

6.43

5.40

4.56

CASH / FUNDS FLOW STATEMENT


in Lacs
I

II

III

IV

Cash Accruals

23.63

25.81

25.63

27.90

27.71

Increas in Capital

21.37

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Increase in Term Loan

50.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Increase in Bank Borrowing

12.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Unsecured

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Depreciation

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Others (specify)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

107.01

25.81

25.63

27.90

27.71

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Increase in Capital Expenditure

68.00

0.00

0.00

20.00

50.00

Decrease in Term Loan

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

Increase in Working Capital

15.37

2.00

2.00

2.00

2.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

93.37

12.00

12.00

32.00

62.00

Opening Balance

0.00

13.63

27.44

41.07

36.97

Net Surplus (A-B)

13.63

13.81

13.63

-4.10

-34.29

Closing Balance

13.63

27.44

41.07

36.97

2.67

Sources of Funds

Total Application (A)


Dispossion of Funds
Pre-op Expenses

Others (specify)

Total Dispossion (B)

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PROJECT BALANCE SHEET


in Lacs
I

II

III

IV

Capital

21.37

21.37

21.37

21.37

21.37

Reserve & Surplus

14.43

32.56

51.76

74.25

97.40

Unsecured

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Term Loans

40.00

30.00

20.00

10.00

0.00

Bank Borrowing for W.C.

12.00

12.00

12.00

12.00

12.00

87.81

95.93

105.13

117.62

130.77

Gross Block

68.00

68.00

68.00

68.00

68.00

Depreciation

9.20

16.88

23.31

28.72

33.27

58.80

51.12

44.69

39.28

34.73

0.00

0.00

0.00

20.00

70.00

Current Assets

15.37

17.37

19.37

21.37

23.37

Cash & Bank balance

13.63

27.44

41.07

36.97

2.67

87.81

95.93

105.13

117.62

130.77

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Liabilities

Total
Assets :

Net Block
Capital WIP

Note: Addition in the gross block denotes proposed expansion in future.

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BREAK EVEN POINT ANALYSIS


in Lacs
I

II

III

IV

Depreciation

9.20

7.68

6.43

5.40

4.56

Interest on term loan

6.88

5.50

4.13

2.75

1.38

10.33

10.98

11.53

12.20

12.81

7.52

8.00

8.30

8.81

9.14

33.93

32.16

30.38

29.17

27.88

Raw Material & Consumables

5.40

5.74

5.91

6.26

6.44

Power & Fuel

3.20

3.39

3.50

3.70

3.81

41.33

43.91

46.11

48.82

51.26

1.88

2.00

2.07

2.20

2.28

51.80

55.04

57.59

60.98

63.80

56.20

59.71

59.46

62.95

62.61

0.52

0.52

0.51

0.51

0.50

65.20

61.81

59.81

57.43

56.30

60.37%

53.87%

51.10%

46.34%

44.54%

Fixed Costs

Wages / Salaries : Fixed : 20 %


Utilities : Fixed : 20 %

Variable Costs

Salaries & Wages : Variable : 80%


Utilities : Variable : 80%

Contribution
P/V ratio (contribution to sales)
Break even sales Lacs
Break Even %

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