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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I have visited in Indian Rayon and Industries Ltd., at Veraval on


dated from 1st November to 17th November on a due time 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
I have been normally welcomed by the authority.

I whole hearted by thankful to the following staff of an


organization for their active support to make our project report meaningful and
provide information and detail required for our project report, they spend their
valuable time in providing information about organization (IR & IL)

Sr. Marketing Manager : Mukesh Mishra

P.A. : Ramachandran

Librarian : J. V. Dave

Marketing Department : Hitesh Joshi

In this way due to their co – ordination and guidance make me easy


to prepare my project report. I specially thanks to all authority of the
organization and staff members and their employees.

DATE :
PLACE : Junagadh.
Yours Faithfully,

[Shekhada Pradeep M.]


T.Y.B.B.A.
Roll No. 55
MANUFACTURING PROCESS

The process of making chewing – gum is very simple to


understand.

Chewing – gum is cocked to a temperature of 290 – 300 F. in open


hand. The temperature emplaced in vacuum cooker is about 240 – 200 F. the
product from boiling pan is powered on a cool plate or slab in the case of hard
sugar or slab in the case of hard sugar boiling and on setting cut with a die.
Alternatively, it is be into a batch alternatively, it is bed into by size roller and
cut in an automatic machine.

Syrup :-

Sugar, glucose syrup glycerine, in necessary quantity along with water


and processed in with water and processed in (an agitating) used with stream as
medium of heat generation, the sugar and above raw material and water are
mixed and syrup is made.

Cooking :-

The above prepared syrup is than cooked at the reduced temperature in


the cooks with the help of steam. At this stage gumbase, permitted emulsifiers,
and flavours and permitted colours is added. This cooked milk is then cooled in
cooking tables.

Rope Sizing :-

This cooked milk is then proceeding in batch roller cum rope size to
steam the required size of rope.
Sr. No. Details K.G. litters Rate Rs. Total
1. Sugar 72,00 Kgs. 10 7,20,000
2. Glucose and Glycerine 48,000 Ltr. 15 7,20,000
3. Flavours 14,400 Ltr. 80 11,52,000
4. Gumbase, Colours, - - 9,00,000
Emulsifiers
5. Packing Material - - 3,60,000
Total 38,52,000

India is predominantly an agricultural country and the food


processing industry is an important component of it. Now chewing gum become
a common item of consumption among all classes of people. Chewing gum
constitute an important item of confectionary, chewing gum are the most likely
food to the children and it have gained propularity as a convenient food items in
today’s fast and busy life. The last two years, which envisages the scope for
setting a chewing gum manufacturing unit.
NAME & ADDRESS OF RAW MATERIAL
SUPPLIERS

For producing goods raw – material is for most significant value without
raw materials a firm can not produce the desire out put so, raw material is the
primary necessary for producing out put.

There are various raw materials which are used in production of chewing
gum, the suppliers of raw materials are as follow.

Sugar :- sugar will available from Baroda and Ahmedabad.

Flavour & Colours :- it will provided by S. Flavour fragrance 102/103, Nav


Vivek industries mogul lane Mumbai.

Gum base & Emulsifiers :- it will provided by,


“Boomz confectionery”
GIDC area, 104/105
Behind the city no. 8 road.
Surat.

Glycerine and glucose syrup will bring from local market.


My unit is Sabalpur. Gov’t. has declared this area as an.

Sugar gum base, glucose syrup, permitted and emulsifiers,


permitted colours, flavours and antioxidant. All above mentioned are easily
available locally.

Junagadh City.

Chewing Gum Chewing Gum Chewing Gum

Chewing Gum Chewing Gum Chewing Gum

Pradeep M. Shekhada
“Shreeji”
Pipliya nagar,
Keshod.

Experience : Industrial training taken under.

(1) ABS buyer ltd.


(2) Indian Rayon & Industries Ltd.
(3) Atul Auto.

Mr. Brijesh D. Shekhada


“Shreeji”
Pipliya nagar,
Keshod.

Junagadh sabalpur s.p. chewing gum


Mr. Pradeep M. Shekhada
Mr. Brijesh D. Shekhada

Chewing Gum Chewing Gum Chewing Gum

Chewing Gum Chewing Gum Chewing Gum


FUND FLOW & CASH FLOW STATEMENT

Fund Flow Statement

Sources Amount Application Amount


Loan from S.B.I. 42,87,500 Purchase of land 1,80,000
Owned Capital 14,00,000 Purchase of building 10,00,000
Purchase of machinery 19,82,500
Working Capital 20,25,000
Furniture 3,50,000
Preliminary Expenses 1,50,000
Total 56,87,500 Total 56,87,500

Cash Flow Statement

Sources Amount Application Amount


Profit Before Tax 15,19,156 Tax Paid 84,993
Interest 6,61,938
Depreciation 7,72,225
Total 15,19,156 Total 15,19,156
Acknowledgement

I am grateful to our “saurashtra university” for encouraging a


supporting my efforts to prepare this product report. As the part of syllabus and
subject T.Y.B.B.A.. I am very much glade to get this kind of great opportunity. I
would like to heartily thanks to all the person who have helped me in this report
and give me adequate guidance and information for preparing this project
report.

I am highly thankful to S. G. Sandhe and entire department to


provide me all the information which are needed. I am also grateful to the dict.
S.B.S. bank and other institutes which are help me in this report.

PLACE :- Junagadh.
DATE :-

Yours faithfully,

[Shekhada Pradeep M.]


T.Y.B.B.A.
Roll No. 55
An industrial training Report

On

REPORT PREPARED BY

BAROCHIA SAMIR M.
T.Y. B.B.A
ROLL NO. 03
EXAM SEAT NO.---
ACADEMIC YEAR 2004-2005
-: NAME OF INSTITUTE :-

N. R. VEKARIA INSTITUTE OF
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT STUDIES
BILKHA ROAD, JUNAGADH.
GUIDANCE GIVEN BY
R.B.RUDANI
INDEX

Sr. No. Particular Page No.


1. Introduction
2. Project At Glance
3. Partner’s background
4. Justification of location
5. Production Process
6. Market potential
7. Production capacity schedule
8. Total fixed and working cost of project
9. Fixed capital of project
10. Working capital of project
11. B.E.P. And B.E.P. analysis
12. Fund flow and cash flow statement
13. Future prospects
Fixed and working capital of project

Sr. No. Particular Amount


1. Fixed Capital Cost Of The Project 17,07,363
2. Working Capital Requirement Of Project 52,80,000
Total Capital Cost Of Project 69,87,363
PARTNER’S BACKGROUND/PROMOTER’S BACKGROUND

[1]

Mr. Pradeep M. Shekhda


“Tripada”
Pandhayat nagar,
Junagadh.

Educational Back Ground : Fresh B.B.A. (marketing) graduate


With a good personality.

Experience : Industrial Training Taken Under


(1) ABS Buyer
(2) L & T Cement Ltd. (G.C.W.)
(3) Daburf India Ltd.

Nature Of Work : Marketing Function

Contribution : 50%

Age : 20 Years
[2]

Mr. Bhargav P. Busa


“Vrundavan”
College road,
Junagadh.

Educational Back Ground : M.B.A. with marketing

Experience : Industrial Training Taken Under


(1) Balaji Foods
(2) Videocon Company
(3) Amul Food Products.

Contribution : 50%

Age : 24 Years
PROJECT AT GLANCE

Name Of Unit : GAYATRI STARS

Office Address : “Tripada”


B/h. Bus Station.
“Rajputpara”
Sabalpur
Junagadh.

Location Of The Unit : Sabalpur

Type Of Unit : Partnership firm

Name Of The Product : S.P. Chewing Gum

S.S.I. Registration No. : Applied For

Subsidy Registration No. : Applied For

Name Of Partner’s : Mr. Pradeep M. Shekhada


Mr. Brijesh D. Shekhada

Means Of Finance : Own/ Partner’s contribution loans


From Banks and relatives.

Market Area : Gujarat.

Project Cost : 56,87,500 Rs.