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An empirical approach has become very popular during the recent years. The reason for the growing popularity of the subject is that it primarily concerns with the concept and techniques of the analysis of profitability which can be advantage only used by managers, creditors, owners. Analytical and critical assessment of the various aspects of financial principles helps judicious application of assets and enables to take right decision at right time. A comprehensive idea is gained to run day to day business in proper perspective.
PROFIT & PROFITABILITY
1. Concepts of Profit: Profit plays an important role in every business organization and its determination is really a tough one. Profit is not only concern with the proprietors but also income-tax authorities, managers, directors etc. because all of them are get a percentage of net profit. Even the accountants are not unanimous on this matter. Now question arises, "What is Profit?" Law and even the accountants have not defined the word "Profit". Generally speaking "The Profit of Business during a given period is the excess of income over expenditure for the period." It may arise from other sources. There are three concepts of profit: 1. 2. 3. Economic Profit Accounting Profit Social Profit
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Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL
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Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL
SMS Infrastructure Ltd is one of the pioneer infrastructure company in India having core competency in highway construction with an annual turnover of Rs 200.00 Crores (US $ 45 Million). Presently we are executing two highway projects under National Highway Authority of India involving flyovers, overpass / underpass bridges, tunnels and aqueduct after having completed several projects successfully. We have also executed projects related to Railways, Irrigation, Water Suply and Waste Management. We have also established an overseas branch office in Addis Abeba and are in the process of participating in six tenders with Ethiopian Roads Authority.
Late Shri Shaktikumar M. Sancheti Founder of the SMS Group
Since last 43 years of its existence, SMS has grown to become one of the largest infrastructure companies in Central India managing the work professionally even though it is closely held. SMS has been expanding its presence across the country and abroad and is today present across more than 10 cities in India having branch offices and various site offices together with an employee base of over 1300. We are among the first 500 unlisted companies in the country in terms of turnover.
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Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL
Brief Journey Of SMSIL:
• 1963 - 1985: • • Founded by late Mr. Shantikumar M Sancheti.
Construction portfolio strengthened 1986 - 1988: • • • • • • • • • • • 2006: • • • Started owning mines in its own name Best Structure Award for Twin Tube Tunnel and Viaduct on KatrajGhat Bypass Road 2007-2008: • • • • 2009: • • • • 2010: • SMS's Mumbai Bio-Medical Waste portfolio becomes biggest in Asia World‘s first largest plasma gasification Waste-to-Energy plant commissioned Awarded Coal Mine with CMDC Started coal export from Indonesia Won largest Uranium Mining project from UCIL Won First Hydro project and made entry into Clean Energy Enter into Urban development Started country’s first Road BOT project with NHAI Added trading of Heavy Machinery spare parts to portfolio
1989 – 1996: Added Mining (1989) & Railway (1991) to portfolio
1997 - 2004: SMS Ltd. formed. Entered into Electrical (1997), Irrigation (1998) & Toll (2000) Completed 5th highest density corridor (2002)
2004-2005: Global brand formed - SMS Infrastructure Limited Started Enviro Division (2004)
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YAMINI C.A. is a company with good track record of Quality & Technical engineering capability since 1964. Company has expertise in the Development of following infrastructure Projects: Highways Constructions Mining Railways Power Irrigation Environment Urban and Rural Development PPP projects SMS Today . 2800+ contracted labor force Major 53 Government& PSU clients Footprints in India.M.B. (M.2011-12) D. .Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL The main focus of our business is in SMS Infrastructure Ltd. DHAKATE. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. and have been awarded with several National Awards for its State of art work in field of Infrastructure. Ethiopia & Indonesia Among the first 500 unlisted companies in India by turnover Focus Areas: 5 BY. We are Central India’s largest professionally managed Infrastructure Company which figures in the list of first 500 unlisted Companies of India. Limca Book of Records etc. Singapore.Proven track record for 46+ years 1100+ crore in turnover 1800+ employees.S.
B. including hazardous. DHAKATE. and pump houses. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. urban and rural development.S. such as construction of toll plazas and collection of toll/user fees. India. flyovers. 6 BY. lined and unlined canals.A. construction of large diameter tunnels fabrication and erection of gates. broad gauge railway sidings. and services for transportation highways. such as construction of highways.M. ash disposal and water recovery pipelines land development for power plants construction of pump houses. such as construction/raising of ash bunds. and construction of lift irrigation projects.2011-12) D. Furthermore. including construction of broad gauge railway lines. mining. and PPP projects.O. and bridges. YAMINI C. (M. waste.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL Roads Irrigation Railways Tolls Roads O&M Mining Electrical Enviro & Clean Energy Urban Development Others COMPANY OVERVIEW SMS Infrastructure Limited operates as an infrastructure company. the company provides construction services for transportation railways. it offers irrigation projects. such as construction of earthen. Further. concrete dams. as well as operation and maintenance of highways. It engages in the execution and the construction of various projects in various segments. and transportation toll projects. The company also provides environment projects.Bs. such as construction of roads and toll management. it offers power projects. and transmission lines and hydro power projects. road tunnels. . masonry. SMS Infrastructure Limited was founded in 1963 and is based in Nagpur. bio-medical. railway tunnels. and R. In addition. and municipal waste management projects.
(M.A. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. YAMINI C. About SMSIL: SMS Envocare is the group company promoted by SMS Infrastructure Ltd.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL VISION: To Contribute in our humble way to the gigantic task of nation building by diversified activities adhering to the highest traditions of quality and ethics thus creating lasting value for all the stakeholders. MISSION: We shall offer the highest level of customer satisfaction by consistently delivering innovative solutions to customer needs using state-of-art technology. . knowledge.B.2011-12) D. skills and commitments. 7 BY.M.S. In a short span of time the company has emerged as one of the major Environmental Infrastructure development company. DHAKATE.
Green & Ecofriendly.M. -To assist entrepreneurs in getting all legal & Environmental clearances right from establishment to commissioning. -To train industries on 3R (Reduce. . -To improve the efficiency of the existing ETP by doing performance audit. 8 BY. BOOT & EPC basis. Hence in 2005-06 the company signed an agreement with Westinghouse Corporation US (Now Alter NRG Corporation Canada) for destruction of Incinerable Hazardous Waste by Plasma Gasification vitrification Technology.B.2011-12) D.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL OBJECTIVES OF COMPANY: -To provide specialized services & solutions to diversified Environmental Issues. -To train industry for effective management of Effluent & Hazardous Waste. -To provide Analytical services to the Industries. DHAKATE. This state of the art Technology is being used at the two TSDF Sites of the company. YAMINI C. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. (M.A.S. Recycle & Reuse) concept. -To develop Common Solid as well as liquid waste management & disposal sites on BOO. Looking at the need of the hour SMS Envocare has started various other Environmental Service that will help the Entrepreneurs in making this globe clean. The company believes in adopting the best eco-friendly technology available world over for the scientific disposal of wastes.
NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. Abhay H. DHAKATE. Sancheti DilipB. .S. (M. Sancheti Ajay S.2011-12) D. Patel Naresh N.A. Pugalia Anil Rathi Chairman Vice Chairman & Managing Director Joint Managing Director Director (Technical) Director (Technical) Director Independent Director Independent Director Independent Director 9 BY. YAMINI C.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL BOARD OF DIRECTORS: The company is managed by experienced and dynamic persons having vast knowledge in the field of infrastructure and mining.M.Surana Ajay Lakhotiya Hiralal R. Sancheti Anand S.B. Sancheti Anil H.
B. .S. Rao Rajiv B. SMS Mine Developers Pvt. Pt. Bhatgaon Mines Pvt. 10 BY.Roads. Mining Veet Rag Homes Pvt.Roads. Charde Sandip J. (M. Dahake S.Mining Vice President .Enviro& Clean Energy Vice President . Tolls General Manager – Electrical General Manager . Ltd. Irrigation Vice President .Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL THE MANAGEMENT: HemantLodha Senior Vice President . NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. YAMINI C.2011-12) D. Ltd. SMS Infrastructure Pte Ltd.Panigrahi SMSIL Group of Companies: Infrastructure Construction and Management SMS Infrastructure Ltd.Finance SuhasNemade Kaserneni R.K. Irrigation Associate Vice President Commercial Associate Vice President .M. Railway. SMS Infrastructure and Developers Ltd. Ltd.A. DHAKATE.Roads O&M. Indonesia. Singapore. SMS Minerals International. Dhodapkar DattatrayKinage Srikant D.
. Hospitality Fountain Sizzlers and Bistro a unit of Veet Rag Developers Pvt. Ltd 11 BY.2011-12) D. Ltd. SMS Tolls and Developers Ltd.B. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. Patwardhan Infrastructure P Ltd. YAMINI C. Ltd. DHAKATE.M. Ltd. Valencia Constructions P Ltd. SMS Vidhyut P. (M. SMS Water Grace BMW Private Limited SMS Envocare Limited SMS Envoprotect Private Limited Multilevel Car Parking SMS Parking Solutions Private Limited Toll Management SMS Shivnath Infrastructure P Ltd.A.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL Bhatgaon Extension Mines Pvt. Ltd VidharbhaEnviro Protection Limited Maharashtra Enviro Power Limited SMS Envoclean Private Limited SMS Waluj CETP P.S. RCCL Infrastructure Ltd. Real Estate San Commercials Private Limited MPA Infrastructure Private Limited BSS Associates Gorakshan Land Development Private Limited Waste Management Butibori CETP Pvt.
Urban and Rural Development and PPP projects. Irrigation.A. D Thakkar Constructions Pvt. Kagal near Kolhapur &Waluj near Aurangabad . We execute the construction of technically complex and high value projects across segments such as Construction of Roads and Toll Management. Major Environmental projects of the company: . excellence. Mumbai . and precision. near Pune & Butibori near Nagpur. Ltd BholasinghJaiprakash Construction Pvt.Four Common Bio-Medical Waste Treatment & Disposal Facilities at Delhi .Two state of the art Common Hazardous Waste Treatment. Business Sectors: SMS Infrastructure Limited is distinguished by its vision. Ltd. Environment. turning them into engineering and construction marvels in their respective categories. Railways. . Power. Ltd.M. Ltd.B. YAMINI C. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. DHAKATE. 12 BY.2011-12) D. S N Thakkar Constructions Pvt. Disposal Facilities at Ranjangaon.S. Solar Industries Ltd. Shreenath Enterprises Ltd. near Nagpur. optimism and confidence it displays in taking on the toughest of challenges. Aurangabad & Nasik.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL Manufacturing and Trading Rishik Motors Private Limited Sanbro Spares Private Limited Finance and Consultancy San Finance Corporation Our JV Partners Khare and Tarkunde Infrastructure Pvt. Mining. Storage. . (M.Three Common Effluent Treatment Plants at Butibori. These projects exhibit SMS's premier trademark – which is quality.
Concrete Dams and Construction of Lined.B. Unlined canals Construction of Pump Houses Construction of Large Diameter Tunnels Fabrication and Erection of Gates Turnkey Construction of Lift Irrigation TRANSPORTATION RAILWAYS Construction of Broad Gauge Railway Lines Construction of Broad Gauge Railway Sidings Construction of Railway Tunnels Construction of R.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL ENVIRONMENT Hazardous Waste Management Bio-Medical Waste Management Waste Water Management Municipal Waste Management IRRIGATION Construction of Earthen. DHAKATE. Masonry. TRANSPORTATION TOLL Construction of Toll Plazas Collection of Toll/User Fees 13 BY.S. YAMINI C.M. (M.A. TRANSPORTATION HIGHWAYS Construction of Highways Operation and Maintenance of Highways Construction of Bridges Construction of Flyovers Construction of Road Tunnels POWER Construction / Raising of Ash Bunds Ash Disposal and Water Recovery Pipelines Land Development For Power Plants Construction of Pump Houses 220 /440KV Transmission Lines. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. Hydro Power Projects.B. .O.2011-12) D.
(M.. is Group Company of SMS Infrastructure Ltd.A. .Customers .Employees .Society 14 BY. Vision: “To Create 'National Prominence' and 'International Presence' in Environmental Infrastructure Projects & to Enrich the Nature for Better Tomorrow " Mission: " To exceed the expectations of all " .2011-12) D. Nagpur engaged in providing Environmental Infrastructure projects and Consultancy Services.Shareholders .Government . SMS ENVOCARE LTD has dedicated team of highly professional well-experienced personnel having rich expertise in Environmental Sector.Lenders . NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.M. YAMINI C.S.Stakeholders . DHAKATE.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL SMS ENVOCARE LTD: SMS ENVOCARE LTD.Suppliers . The company has the expertise of providing total solutions for scientific treatment & disposal of various types of wastes solid as well as liquid by the latest eco-friendly technologies.B.
radioactive . Maharashtra Enviro Power Limited is a Special Purpose Vehicle promoted by SMS Infrastructures Ltd. The company has developed two state of the art Common Hazardous Waste Transportation. . Nagpur Maharashtra Enviro Power Ltd.e. 15 BY. VidharbhaEnviro Protection Ltd.A.2011-12) D. corrosive. Pune.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL Projects of SMS EnvocareLdt. flammable).M. Storage and Disposal Facility: Hazardous Waste generally exhibits characteristics as ignitable (i. registered under companies' act 1956 with a target to BUILD. transported or disposed off. explosive has the potential to pose a substantial hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated. oxidant. storage and disposal facilities at Ranjangaon near Pune &Butibori near Nagpur Plants: Maharashtra Enviro Power Ltd.. DHAKATE. Hence proper treatment is necessary for this type of waste. toxic. And OPERATE & TRANSFER (BOOT). YAMINI C.B. Pune. OWN. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. 1) Common Hazardous Waste Transportation. (M. stored.S. a Common Hazardous Waste Treatment. Storage and Disposal Facility (CHWTSDF) at Ranjangaon..
MEPL will provide operational services for 20 years and post monitoring and maintenance services for 30 years i. It generates green and clean power by recovering waste heat from PGVR. Storage and Disposal Facility (CHWTSDF) at Mandwa. Compliance with prescribed regulatory norms which in turn avert the risk of closure on account of violation of rules It reduces the number of hazardous waste sites in the area and also eliminates the pollution potential Possibility for recovery of material can be researched at common site. At the same time they permit the industries to dispose off their wastes in safe & secured manner. Benefits and Advantages of project The proposed CHWTSDF facilitate better management of the industrial wastes. And OPERATE & TRANSFER (BOOT). OWN. 16 BY. It is the showcase for other states for management of hazardous waste with additional benefit of green and clean Environment. 1989 bar the industries from dumping their solid wastes indiscriminately. total Life of project is 50 years VidharbhaEnviro Protection Ltd. The management of wastes is relatively easier & economically viable at common facility. It has been made mandatory by the government to dispose off Hazardous waste in systematic and scientific disposal way and pollution control boards have been asked to ensure it. a facility can be constructed where care is to be taken to avoid any negative effects on the environment. It minimizes the pollution load on environment from industrial hazardous waste. YAMINI C.M.B.S. VidharbhaEnviro Protection Limited is a Group Company promoted by SMS Infrastructures Ltd.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL Life of the project: Project being on BOOT basis.e.2011-12) D. . DHAKATE. Demand of the Project. For systematic & scientific disposal of solid wastes. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. (M. registered under Companies Act 1956. The Hazardous Waste (Management & Handling) Rules. with a target to BUILD. Nagpur. a Common Hazardous Waste Treatment.A.
(2) Common Bio-Medical Waste Tratement and Disposal Facility: It comes from biological sources. and home health care. The company has developed three state of the art Common Biomedical Waste Treatment and disposal facilities at Mumbai.M. Delhi &Nashik. Plants: SMS Envoclean Pvt. . NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. and medical research laboratories. (M. YAMINI C. nursing homes. DHAKATE.B. Ltd.. offices of physicians & dentists.S. Mumbai SMS-Water grace BMW Pvt.A.. Delhi 17 BY. . common producers of biomedical waste include hospitals.2011-12) D. Ltd.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL Cost of environmental monitoring is less at common facility In absence of expertise or availability of less expertise this route is confirmed to be most viable and workable Reduced environmental liability due to captive storage of hazardous waste in the premises of industries Better occupational health and safety at individual industry level Prevention of natural resource contamination thereby improving overall environmental status of the region Competitive advantage in international markets vis-à-vis grading of the products on environmental consideration. health clinics.
Ltd. This plant will be operational by Sept.M. CPCB & MPCB.2011-12) D. (M. To register the all the health care facilities as the member of the CBMWTSDF. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. Transportation & disposal of the Bio Medical waste being generated in the corporation limits of Mumbai. The Facilitator of this facility is MCGM & the monitoring authority is Maharashtra Pollution Control Board.B. characterization and compatibility. & Water Grace Products Ltd. 18 BY. To optimize the treatment and disposal cost by management practices and provide the very economical services to the hospitals. This facility is located at Nilothi New Delhi. To conduct the public awareness program. Ltd.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL SMS Envoclean Pvt. To analyze and decide the treatment and disposal scheme of wastes as per the guidelines of MoEF. . This Facility is situated at Deonar. Ltd. 2010. Objectives: To collect & receive the BIOMEDICAL WASTE from HEALTH CARE FACILITIES. & Water grace Products Pvt. To educate and make the individual health care facilities aware of storing the wastes in scientific manner and comply with the applicable regulations. A joint venture company of SMS Infrastructure Ltd. To ensure proper storage of the wastes as per their classification. YAMINI C. The company is engage in Collection. This company is a joint venture company of SMS Infrastructure Ltd.A. The company is responsible for the collection storage treatment & disposal of bio-medical waste generated in the city of Delhi. SMS-Water grace BMW Pvt.S. DHAKATE.
. The objective of this company is to treat the Effluent being generated by the Industries in the MIDC Butibori& MIDC Hingna and meeting the disposal norms as specified by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board.. DHAKATE. Capacity of CETP is about 5 MLD. Ltd.. Nagpur Kagal CETP Pvt.2011-12) D. Ltd.S.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL (3) Common Effluent Treatment Plant: Enormous quantities of industrial effluents from various industries are released in environment causing pollution. The company has developed three state of the art Common Effluent Treatment Plants at Butibori near Nagpur. 19 BY. Aurangabad Butibori CETP Pvt. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.A.B. Kolhapur SMS Waluj CETP Pvt. Plants: Butibori CETP Pvt.. (M. Kagal near Kolhapur &Waluj near Aurangabad. YAMINI C.M. Ltd. .CETP plays a major role in handling of these effluents effectively to make environment safe and healthy. A SPV of SMS Infrastructure Ltd &Butibori Manufacturers Association. In this facility MIDC is the facilitator & MPCB is the monitoring authority. Ltd.
A. For the regulatory authorities also. Ltd.B. 20 BY. at the individual industry level. A turnkey project of 10 MLD has been done by SMS Infrastructure Ltd at Kagal Industrial Area. SMS Waluj CETP Pvt.2011-12) D. . become techno-economically difficult. Capacity of CETP is about 10 MLD. common treatment facility offers a comparatively easier means of ensuring compliance of stipulated norms. which can otherwise be difficult. (M. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. Capacity of CETP is 10 MLD with 20% overloading capacity.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL Kagal CETP Pvt. The objective of this CETP is to treat the Effluent being generated by the Industries in the Kagal Industrial Area & meet the disposal norms as specified by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board. DHAKATE.S.M. In this facility MIDC is the facilitator & MPCB is the monitoring authority. In this facility MIDC is the facilitator & MPCB is the monitoring authority. The combined treatment provides a better and economical option because of the equalization taking place in the CETP. Ltd. YAMINI C. Other benefits of common treatment include scarcity of land at the industry's level and a comparatively easier availability of professional and trained staff for the operation of CETP. Cost of Laboratory analysis & plant operation is less at common facility than the cost expenditure of individual units together Better occupational health and safety at individual industry level. Benefits and Advantages of project: Wastewater of individual industries often contains significant concentration of pollutants and to reduce them by individual treatment up to the desired concentration. The objective of this company is to treat the Effluent being generated by the Industries in the Waluj Industrial Area & meeting the disposal norms as specified by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board.: A SPV of SMS Infrastructure Ltd &Waluj Industrial Association.
DHAKATE. To study the past result in respect of earning & financial profit of the firm.A. & to help in forecasting the future results. To study the Profitability of SMS Infrastructure Limited. 3. To study the reliable profitability information about SMSIL. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.B. (M. YAMINI C.2011-12) D. 2.S.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL OBJECTIVES: 1. . 4.M. The analysis would be enable the present & future earning capacity & the profitability of the firm 21 BY.
B.2011-12) D. 2. 22 BY. DHAKATE.M. . (M.A. The firm was profited since last 3 year. The expectations are quite high regarding the overall performance of the firm. YAMINI C.S.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL HYPOTHESIS: 1. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.
S. 23 BY. 3.B. The span of study is also limited for the year 2007-08. 4. DHAKATE. College has allotted only 45 days for Project study.A. (M.M. 2. The reliability of analysis depends on the accuracy of the figure used in the financial statement. 2008-09& 2009-2010. The study is SMS Infrastructure Limited only. . NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. YAMINI C.2011-12) D.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL LIMITATIONS: 1.
rules.2011-12) D. Methodology includes the following concepts as they relate to a particular discipline or field of inquiry: 1. (This is a classic example of word inflation. In this instance the methodology (gathering data via surveys. . comparative study of different approaches. we changed our methodology and gathered data from instructors instead". Concept It should be noted that the word "methodology" is frequently used when "method" would be more accurate.B. "Since students were not available to complete the survey about academic success. YAMINI C. 2.A. "the analysis of the principles of methods. a collection of theories. 4. and postulates employed by a discipline 2. but the method (asking teachers instead of students) did. Critique of the individual methods. DHAKATE.) For example. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. "the systematic study of methods that are. and 3.M. 24 BY. or have been applied within a discipline 3. can be.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: Methodology is defined as 1.S. "A particular procedure or set of procedures. concepts or ideas. (M. and the assumption that this produces accurate results) did not change.
B. becoming widely thought of as true (or better. then the hypothesis is rejected. research is understood to follow a certain structural process. .S. DHAKATE. the following steps are usually part of most formal research. If the outcome is inconsistent with the hypothesis. As the accuracy of observation improves with time. This careful language is used because researchers recognize that alternative hypotheses may also be consistent with the observations. eventually. In this sense. In this case a new hypothesis will arise to challenge the old.2011-12) D.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL RESEARCH PROCESSES: Scientific Research: Generally. Though step order may vary depending on the subject matter and researcher. However. and to the extent that the new hypothesis makes more accurate predictions than the old. both basic and applied: Formation of the topic Hypothesis Conceptual definitions Operational definitions Gathering of data Analysis of data Test. YAMINI C.A. A useful hypothesis allows prediction and within the accuracy of observation of the time. Generally a hypothesis is used to make predictions that can be tested by observing the outcome of an experiment. a hypothesis can never be proven. predictive). revising of hypothesis Conclusion. but this is not the same as it having been proven. the new will supplant it. the prediction will be verified. if the outcome is consistent with the hypothesis.M. 25 BY. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. but rather only supported by surviving rounds of scientific testing and. (M. the experiment is said to support the hypothesis. the hypothesis may no longer provide an accurate prediction. iteration if necessary A common misunderstanding is that by this method a hypothesis can be proven or tested.
and synthesis. which structures and identifies new problems Constructive research. which develops solutions to a problem Empirical research. internal criticism. There are various history guidelines commonly used by historians in their work. (M. which takes three main forms (although.A.B. This includes higher criticism and textual criticism. . under the headings of external criticism.S. Though items may vary depending on the subject matter and researcher. which tests the feasibility of a solution using empirical evidence Research can also fall into two distinct types: Primary research Secondary research 26 BY. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. as previously discussed. YAMINI C.2011-12) D.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL HISTORICAL: The historical method comprises the techniques and guidelines by which historians use historical sources and other evidence to research and then to write history. the following concepts are usually part of most formal historical research: Identification of origin date Evidence of localization Recognition of authorship Analysis of data Identification of integrity Attribution of credibility Research Methods: The goal of the research process is to produce new knowledge.M. the boundaries between them may be fuzzy): Exploratory research. DHAKATE.
.B. People may not reply if emails or letters are used. like realist reviews and meta-narrative reviews. research subjects or experiments. The principle methodology in medical secondary research is the systematic review. 27 BY. (M. although other methods of synthesis.S. May be very expensive because many people need to be confronted. and Interviews The term is widely used in market research and competitive intelligence. Secondary Research: Secondary research involves the summary. including questionnaires and telephone interviews amongst others. DHAKATE. This information may be used in such things as questionnaires. The term is widely used in market research and in medical research.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL Primary Research: Primary research also called field research involves the collection of data that does not already exist. Secondary research can come from either internal or external sources. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. where data is collected from. This can be through numerous forms. for example. YAMINI C.A.2011-12) D. collation and/or synthesis of existing research rather than primary research.M. commonly using metaanalytic statistical techniques. have been developed in recent years. People may have to be employed or avoid their primary duties for the duration of the research. magazines. By the time the research is complete it may be out of date.
(M.2011-12) D. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. .A. SECONDARY DATA: 1. journals & annual report of the firm. The primary data is collected to personal contact with SMSIL 2. The secondary data is collected from the book or catalog of SMSIL. 2.M.S. YAMINI C.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL PRIMARY DATA: 1. The data is from the employee of Firm & to guided very well & full support of mangers. The secondary data is collected through web. magazines.B. 28 BY. DHAKATE.
36.630.72.15.07 (4.30.00 41.36.743.79.559.57) 10.138.72.20 4.A.64 3 4 126.96.36.199 4.B.2011-12) D. DHAKATE.63.52.48 12.55.8188.8.131.52 6 8.82.658.876.42 24.59 6.694. .80.99 13.909.55.48.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL SMS INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31st 2008 PARTICULARS SOURCES OF FUNDS: SHAREHOLDERS FUND: la) Share Capital b) Reserves & surplus TOTAL BORROWED FUNDS: a) Secured loans DEFERRED TAX LIABILITY TOTAL APPLICATIONOF FUNDS FIXED ASSETS: a) Gross Bill b) Less Depreciation c) Net Block Capital WIP TOTAL INVESTMENTS CURRENTASSETS LOANS AND ADVANCES a) Work In Progress b) Bills Receivable c) Cash & Bank Balances ' d) Loans& Advances TOTAL Less: CURRENT LIABILITIES SCHEDULE AS AT 31-03-2008 Rs.43 27.23.08 7 29 BY.493.462.995. '000 1 2 94.337.799. YAMINI C.965.84.743.42 16.M.315.544.48.85 10.704.544.942.32 9.178.19 6.03. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.090.413.72 16.54 29.629.43 27. (M.70.42 4.10.427.08.83.59 3.12 11.S.350.842.965.10) 6.34 5 4.47 27.051.84 10.523.24 6.40 10.'000 AS AT 31-03-2007 Rs.76.74.35 3.148.50 6.064.67.90 93.50 27.77.34 21.832.69 (3.217.
51 25.56 4.M.B.871.076.924. .16 30 BY. YAMINI C.876.66.73 4.465.2011-12) D.01 14 _ _ _ _ 15 ______________________ ________________ 41.64.51 6.864. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.92 27.86.10 28.458.594.A.S.06.948.10. (M.15.72.76.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL &PROVISIONS a] Current Liabilities b) Provisions TOTAL NET CURRENT ASSETS Significant Accounting Policies & Notes Forming part of the Accounts Cash Flow Statement TOTAL 3. DHAKATE.41 4.07 16.003.
S. DHAKATE.009.34 4.74 5 5.46 38.17.72.07 4.16 4.48 12.864.77.876.2011-12) D.548.11 27.41 94.72. (M.297.466.694.6184.108.40.206.001.628.84 10.594.41 4.86.995.59.43 27.458.24.60 15.10.064.138.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL SMS INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31st 2009: PERTICULARS SOURCESOF FUNDS: SHAREHOLDERSFUND: a Share Capital b} Reserves& surplus BORROWED FUNDS: a} Secured Loans DEFERRED TAX LIABILITY TOTAL APPLICATION OF FUNDS FIXEDASSETS: a) Gross Block b) Less Depreciation c) Net Block Capital WIP TOTAL INVESTMENTS: CURRENT ASSETS LOANS AND ADVANCES: a) Work In Proaress b) Bills Receivable C) Cash&BankBalances' d) Loans & Advances TOTAL Less: CURRENT LIABILITIES & PROVISIONS a] Current Liabilities b} Provisions SCHEDULE AS AT 31-03-2009 Rs.51 14. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.49.59 6.435.27 43.39 11.43.23.00 41.57 10.90 4 17.82.36.08.54 29.026.08.A.51 NET CURRENTASSETS Significant Accounting Policies & Notes 26.03 25.630.03 27.842.544.73.544.06 16.99 13.383.012.53 25.835.427.85 6 13.10.50 6.704.832.47 27.007. YAMINI C.17.10 28.M.337.42 4.70.12 11.55.B.15.73 11.83.001. .31.520.462.79.53.09. '000 AS AT 31-03-2008 Rs.43 27.861.201.11 8.14. '000 1 2 95.64.19 49.909.95.63.86 11.24 7 11.49.370.224.435.43.629.003.15 15.178.59.066.58 3.927.41 4.18 4.73 14 _ _ 31 BY.
876. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.B. (M.2011-12) D.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL Forming part of the Accounts Cash Flow Statement 15 _ _______________________ 43.92 TOTAL 32 BY. DHAKATE.10. .S.17. YAMINI C.927.M.42 _ ______________________ 41.A.
08) 11. .17 Gross Block (7.85 51.71 Share Capital Reserves &Surplus 1 22.34 2 23. DHAKATE.24 33 BY.242.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL SMS INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED BALANCE SHEET AS AT MARCH 31st 2010 sr.134.2011-12) D.60 43.A.253.36 27.05 3 LoanFunds 3 28.36) Less:Depreciation Net Block 11.783.23 14. PERTICULARS SOURCESOF 1 FUNDS: 2 ShareHolder's Funds 953.10 181.453.no. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.96 WorkIn Progress 13.56 15.434.536.375.434. (M.329.03.27 953.08 7 Current Assets.36 254.310.170.490.M. YAMINI C.02 17. Loan land Advances 6 11.179.81 (6.B.182.03.71 SCHEDULE AS AT 31.22 5.2011 AS AT 31.S.453.140.2010 5 6 Investments 5 12.964.40 Secured Loans 28.256.30 27.40 4 Deferred TaxLiability(Net) Total APPLICATIONOF FUNDS FixedAssets 4 19.996.
01 34 BY. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.66 16. .35 11.563.20 43.095.964.67 Loans &Advances 40.615.396.91 Cash&BankBalances 8.M.27 51.S. DHAKATE.30 498.11 4.35 Current Liabilities 56.987.573.732.593.616.857. (M.32 9 Provisions 12.2011-12) D.179.080.67 11.B.47 4.A.30 26.82 10 Net Current Assets TOTAL 28.451.043.653.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL 15.94 38. YAMINI C.02 8 Less: Current liabilities&Provisions 7 11.40 Sundry Debtors 4.
DHAKATE.86 3.75 96.81 17.17 91.09 9.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL FINANCIAL CORNER: Stay up-to-date with the latest financial facts and figures.60 12.S.16 2009-2010 812.40 42.37 23.42 3.49 121. YAMINI C.B.08 27.15 16.M.55 9.A.48 6. No.00 18.74 22. (M.09 9.83 10.68 12.94 170. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.54 10. All Figures in INR Crore Particulars Turnover Other Income PBDIT Interest Depreciation Tax PAT Paid up Share Capital Reserves & Surplus EPS (in Rs.54 223. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 35 BY. .54 145.33 48.00 Sr.96 84.) 2007-2008 447.67 57.2011-12) D.19 16.63 2008-2009 596.
03 253.84 1326.04 0.43 898.46 444.04 499.20% 3.76 2009-2010* 11179.36 1539 4112.21 331.A.96 3.57 3.39% 69.08 2008-2009 7332.87 182.93 105.2011-12) D.92 8168.37 1625 4666.18 5692.11 335.64 995.49% 4.40 253.91 1484.12% 3.45 612.S.60 5.20 1173.67 381.40 4.29 9580.11% 18.23 2127.32 26.58 Net Annual Sales EBITDA Depreciation Interest PBT TAX PAT Total Assets FCF Total no of employees Debt Equity Reserves Capital Employed Cash Equivalents Enterprise Value EPS (in Rs.39 5192.) Return on Assets Return On Equity Return on Capital Employed Debt/Equity Ratio EV/EBITDA EV/Sales 36 BY.74 307.41 261.78 0.60% 2.04 507.65 27.37 1053.78 1.39 1797 5624.12 95.57% 4.17 1100. DHAKATE. (M.67 435.34 5604.19 104.18 6039. .37 1278.06 571.88 6475.82% 16.M.95 94.B.99% 14.62 3.21 60.75 7047.10 695.95 368.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE – CONSOLIDATED 2007-2008 4822.36 10.69 6845. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. YAMINI C.09 73.
2011-12) D.2008-09. EV= Enterprise Value PAT= Profit after Taxes Interpretation: Above chart shows that turnover of the company is increase by year to year. 2007-08.A. 262 E/V . 1173 PAT. Enterprise value is increase 899 to 2127 for the year 07-08 to 0910. 2007-2008. But when we compare the 3years performance then we easily see that current profit increase in current year as compare to last year. YAMINI C.08x + 185. 2008-09 7322 Turnover. 20072008. 20092010.8805 E/V.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE – CONSOLIDATED Turnover E/V PAT Turnover. 899 PAT. 254 E/V . DHAKATE.2009-2010.Also profit after tax is decrease next year but is increase in 09-10.7 R² = 0. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. 2009-10. . 4822 y = 588.S. (M. 2127 PAT. 995 Where.2008-09.M. 11179 Turnover.B. 37 BY.
ROCE.. 14% ROA .7027 ROE. 5% ROE. 3% ROCE.S. (M. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR. 17% ROE. 2008-09. 10% ROEC . 70% y = 0. 2007-2008. DHAKATE. The ROE is increase year by year. 38 BY. increase in 1st year & decrease in 2nd year.0524 R² = 0.A.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE – CONSOLIDATED ROA ROE ROCE ROE. . YAMINI C. ROA= Return On Assets ROE= Return On Equity ROCE= Return On Capital Employed Above calculation shows that ROA. 18% ROA.2009-10.2011-12) D. 4% Where.B.0.M.1586x . but in 3rd year its shows the higher change (increase) as compare to 1st& 2nd year.4% ROCE.
COMPETITIVE & RISK MITIGATED PORTFOLIO 12. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.000 INR Million 8.179 * Where stake of SMSIL is more than 51% The above chart shows that the projects of SMSIL (million) at every year.822 7. .355 735 Total 4.000 0 Roads & O & M Irrigation 2007-2008 1.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL BALANCED SECTORIAL PERFORMANCE .2011-12) D.239 397 1. 39 BY.879 971 Railways Tolls Mining Electrical Enviro & Clean Energy From JV's* Urban Development 1. DHAKATE. (M.859 1.443 374 2009-2010 1.332 11.M.000 6.000 4.A.S.B.431 601 49 2008-2009 1.267 35 676 717 0 45 966 245 579 867 952 48 1.609 1.000 2.541 451 2.000 10. YAMINI C.
395 5.209 20.009 1.A.185 1. for the last three years.761 3.748 39.365 0 987 2008-2009 4.373 160 319 Total 13.740 3.744 0 560 7.744 1.924 1. (M. 40 BY.762 0 992 2009-2010 3. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.383 504 12. . YAMINI C.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL STRONG ORDER BOOK (WORKS IN HAND)-LONG SUSTAINED CASH INFLOWS 40000 35000 30000 INR Million 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 Roads & O & M Irrigation Railways Tolls Mining Electrical Enviro & Clean Energy Urban Development Others 2007-2008 4.659 14.530 0 800 985 802 1.M.S.726 The above chart shows the cash flow of the company’s major project.2011-12) D.B. DHAKATE.
what is Profit? 2) The Profitability analysis is the very important in financial.A.B. 3) Profitability statement has calculated as end of financial year (31st March or 31st December). . YAMINI C. (M. DHAKATE.S. 4) With the help of this project we have to understand the profitability statement at easy way. 41 BY. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.2011-12) D.M.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL CONCLUSION: 1) Conclusion of this project is to understand.
A.S.Finance Project Report on Profitability Analysis of SMSIL BLIBLIOGROPHY Website Visited: 1.B. NABIRA MAHAVIDYALAYA NAGPUR.co.M. DHAKATE.smsil.in Book Referred: 2. . YAMINI C. (M. Management Accounting (Bhagwati&Pillai) 42 BY. www.2011-12) D.