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NAME OF THE PRODUCT
GENTS SHIRTS AND TROUSERS.
QUALITY & STANDARD
The following Indian Standards may be referred. Garment Quality Guide – IS:12675. Readymade Garment – IS:4039. Packaging for Export. Garment Guide for – IS:10194. Positioning of Labels.
MONTH & YEAR OF PREPARATION
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2 . it has made spectacular progress in the last decade. It also provides maximum employment with minimum capital investment. employment and export earnings are very significant. 3. Its contribution to industrial production. Costs of machinery and equipment/ material indicated refer to a particular make and approximately to those prevailing at the time of preparation of this project. the working efficiency is considered at 75%. The employment provided by it is a source of livelihood for millions of people. gent’s trousers as they find wide acceptance in local and international markets. It is also gaining wider acceptance in semi-urban and rural areas. As these products are fashion oriented. entrepreneurs should always keep in mind the changing fashion styles. MARKET POTENTIAL: Readymade garments are the choice of urban people. The huge charges made by tailors and delay in delivery has made people to switch over to readymade garments. BASIS & PRESUMPTIONS: 1. 2. Since this industry is highly labour-intensive.INTRODUCTION: Manufacturing of Shirts and Trousers are under the category of readymade Garment industry. This project report is prepared for the manufacture of gent’s shirts. it is assumed that there will be no constraint in marketing of gent’s readymade garments. 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. Since this industry is labour-intensive. This industry provides one of the basic necessities of life. Considering its advantageous position. 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. it is ideally suited to Indian condition. In domestic market and export market. This project is based on single shift basis and 300 working days in a year. Any person having the knowledge of cutting and stitching operations can easily set up such establishments.
2. Activity Selection of site/working shed Formation of company (ownership/partnership) Preparation of feasibility report Registration with commissioner of Industries/DIC Arrangement of finance (Term loan and working capital) Procurement of machinery and equipment Plant erection and electrification Arrangement of raw material including packaging material etc. 10. 5. 4. 7. security deposits with Electricity Board are taken under pre-operative expenses. 9. 5.4. 8. Depreciation has been considered: (a) On Building @ 5% (b) On plant and machinery @ 10% (c) On office furniture and fixtures @ 15% (d) On other fixed assets @ 15%. 1. Interest on capital investment has been taken @ 16% per annum. Period 1 month 1 month 1 month 1 month 3 month 1 month 2 weeks 1 month 1 month 1 month 2 month 3 . Installation and electrification cost is taken @ 10% of cost of machinery and equipment. project report cost. 7. 11. No. 6. trial production. IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE Implementation period in months for executing this project in stage-wise is given below: Sl. Non-refundable deposits. Recruitment of manpower Selection of market channel Miscellaneous works like power/water connection etc. 6. 8. Minimum 25% of total investment is required as margin money. 3.
the garments are hydro extracted to remove excess water and after this. Procurement of Fabrics Procurement of Fabric: Dyed/bleached/printed cotton/synthetic fabrics as per demand are to be procured from the open market. the project implementation will take a total period of six months approximately for starting the production. Cutting and Stitching: The inspected fabric is placed on the cutting table in layers and then the different parts of the respective garments are demarked by a chalk as per different sizes. design and fashion. Checking. Pressing and Packing: All garments are charged into washing machine containing mild detergent and washed for 4 hours in order to remove dirt and stains acquired during the manufacturing process. Final checking is done before pressing and packing on the checking table so that any fault in the piece may be removed and protruding threads eliminated. After washing. these garments are dried in tumbler dryer. Cutting is carried out by the cutting machine. Generally garments are made as per customer's specification in respect of size. The manufacturing process involves the 4 . Therefore. Stitching is carried out for individual portion of the garments by skilled workers with the help of over-lock. uniformity in shade etc. The individual pieces are pressed by steam presses to remove any wrinkle marks and packed in the carton boxes. QUALITY CONTROL & STANDARD: The quality of garments mainly depends on quality of fabric used. The fabric will be inspected by laying on the inspection table against light before cutting so that unevenness in colour/shade or any other fault. Note: Considering that some of the above activities may be overlapping. lock stitch machines etc. if any visible in the fabric are eliminated. care must be taken while purchasing fabrics to ensure good colourfastness properties.12. TECHNICAL ASPECTS Process of Manufacture: following steps: 1. Washing.
mtr.) 4. @ Rs. FINANCIAL ASPECTS: (A) Fixed Capital (i) Land & Building: Land Building Area Factory Shed : : 800 sq. 200 sq. No. BIS No. 30 per sq. mtr.68. 2. 1. mtr.000 90.Sl.) 90. ENERGY CONSERVATION: Maximum care should be taken while selecting the machinery and other electrical equipments so as to ensure minimum power consumption. However. 5 .000/- MOTIVE POWER REQUIRED: Total 30 HP is required to run this unit at installed capacity. Title IS:12675 Garment Quality Guide IS:4039 Readymade Garment Packaging for Export. entrepreneurs are to contact State Pollution Control Board for necessary guidance.000 Value (Rs. 3. IS:10194 Garment Guide for Positioning of Labels. POLLUTION CONTROL: The process of manufacture does not generate pollution.00. PRODUCTION CAPACITY (Per Month): Products Gents Shirts Gents Trousers Quantity (Pcs.
000/70. Machinery Description Single Needle Lock Stitch Machine with motor.000/3.000/65.Store (Raw : Material) Store (Finished : Goods) Total Covered Area: : 50 sq. Wash Room Trolleys 2. 7.650/50.000/65. mtr.000/50.00. 11.000/50. No 1. 4.40.000/75.57. 50 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 4 Rate (Rs.) 23.000/45.000/40.000/- (ii) Machinery & Equipments Sl. mtr.000/1.45.000/1.000/1.000/10. Zig Zag Embroidery Machine Generator Set 30 KVA Qty Nos.000/70.000 75.000/25.500/- 14.000/1.000/75.000/45.00.000/Total (iii) Other Fixed Assets i. Rs. mtr.45.000/1. Erection and installation 6 Value (In Rs.82. 6.500/50. 300 sq.40. 8.45.000/1.50. 13. 10. 5.45.000/1. 3. 50 sq.000/1. 2.000/1. 9.000/75.) 11. 6” Power driven cloth cutting machine 2 Needle Overlock Safety Stitching Machine with Trimmer Double Needle Lock Stitch Machine Button Hole making Machine Button Stitching Machine Hot Fusing Press Garment Washing Machine 25 Kg capacity Hydro extractor 25 Kg capacity Tumbler Dryer 25 Kg capacity Flat Bed Steam Iron Press with Vacuum Table.00. 24.17.500/- . 12.
000/30.000/2. 5.500/6. 6. 1.500/28. No. 2.45. Production Manager Cutting Master Skilled Workers Pressman Unskilled Workers 1 1 55 4 6 10000 8000 3500 3500 3000 Total: Perquisites @ 20% on the total salary 7 Amount ( In Rs.000/5. 4.000/3. iii.500/- 10.) 10.000/1.500 56.000/8. Office Furniture Pre-operative expenses Total: 40. 1 1 1 2 1 2 Rate(Rs.500/14. Personnel Marketing Manager Sales Representative Accounts Officer Clerk/ Store-Keeper Electrician Peon/Watchman No.42.92. 8.000/- .000/2.87. 11.000/- Total Fixed Capital: (B) Working Capital (per month) (i) Staff & Labour (Per Month): Sl. 9. 3.ii.000/37.000/7.000/6. 10.000/18.) 10000 6000 5000 3500 3500 3000 Total: Production Staff: 7.
000/- Value (In Rs. 3. Unit 16500 10000 7500 15000 15000 Rate (Rs. 4. Rs.) Qty. 2.20.000/30.000/15. 5.000/2.000/31. Rs. 3.000/- (iv) Other Contingent Expense (Per Month): 1. Item description Cotton Fabric Shirts (Mtrs.36.00.) 13.16.000/1.000/39. Rs. Electricity Water charges Fuel for Generator Set Total: Rs. No 1. Rs.000/5.80. 5.000/45.000/2.23. 7.) Blended Fabric for Trousers (Mtrs. 24. Trims and Embellishments (Nos. Rent Advertisement & Publicity Postage & Stationery Repair and maintenance Transport /Traveling charges Telephone Bills Miscellaneous Expenses Rs. Rs.000/1.000/2.000/- .) Washing Detergents Packing Material (Nos. Rs. 3. Rs.250/- (iii) Utilities: (Per Month) 1.Grand Total (ii) Raw Material ( Per month): Sl. 4.000/3. 6. Total: Rs. 6.).750/5.000/2.000/5. Rs. Rs. 8 24.000/1.) 80/150/15/LS LS 3 Total : 3. 2.) Sewing Thread (Mtrs. 2.
Depreciation on Machinery @ 10% Rs. iv.36. However. Staff & Labour Raw Material Utilities Other contingent expenses Rs.000/39.02.250 X 3 = Rs.66. Total: Rs.02. 220.127.116.11/- (vi) (C) Total Working Capital for 3 months: 34.45. 1.250/- 9 .(v) Total Recurring expenses ( per month): i. 28. Total: Rs. Recurring Expenses 2.250/31. Rs.10.000/34. 4.000/Rs. Rs. this can be improved to 80% during 3rd year of production. Rs.39.750/- MACHINERY UTILISATION: Capacity utilization of plant and machinery is considered as 75% of installed capacity. FIFNANCIAL ASPECTS: (1) Cost Of Production (Per Annum) 1.22.250/TOTAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT: 1. iii.16.000/30.000/1.31. ii.67.250/1. Rs. 2. 2. Machinery & Equipment Working Capital for 3 months Rs.22.
3.) Value (Rs.89. Depreciation on Office Furniture & other Rs.870X 100 10 . 42.000/Rate/Pc.130/- (2) Turn Over(per year) by Sales Products Quantity (Nos.870X 100 4.77.000/2.00.0000 210/320/1. 4. 4.000/4.88.) (3) Net Profit (per year) (Before Income Tax) Sales Value 4.34.000 = 22.000 90.870/- (4) Net Profit Ratio: Net profit X 100 Turn Over/Annum 42.00.77.68% (5) Rate of Return on Investment: (Net Profit/Total Capital Investment) Annual Profit X 100 42.12.12.00.880/- Total: Rs.00. fixed assets @ 20% Rs.18.104.22.168. Interest on Total Investment @ 16% 8.34. (Rs.87.000/(-) (-) Cost of Production 4.00.130/Rs.000/20.) Gents Shirts Gents Trousers Total 90.
Rs.70% (6) Break Even Point/Analysis: Fixed Cost (Per Annum): 1.000/43. 2. Rent Depreciation Interest on Capital Investment 40% of Wages of Staff & Labour 40% of other contingent expenses Total Fixed Cost: Rs. 5.17. Rs.000/2.800/72.17.97.X 100 Fixed Cost + Annual 43. 4.930/Profit 42. 2.17.930/.47.250/20.88.750 = 32.11. Rs.930/- Break Even Point: Fixed Cost X 100 43. Rs. Rs.17% 11 .870/- + = 50.880/16.31.87. 3.12.Total Investment Capital 1.
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