A Synopsis of The Research Project on

ANALYSIS OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

CONDUCTED BY VIDEOCON

Submitted to Mahamaya Technical University, Noida in the partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of the Degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Session 2011 – 12

Under the guidance of Dr. Rajeev Agarwal Asst. Professor

Submitted by : Prafull Kumar M.B.A. IVth Semester Roll No. : 1000570058

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND COMPUTER APLICATION (R.B.S. College, Khandari Farm Campus, Agra-282002) INTRODUCTION

The total consideration of Rs. 1988 the Company decided to diversify in the business of lease financing.000 Equity Shares of Rs. 1986 as Adhigam Trading Private Limited. hire purchase and investment activities.00. 10/. Gujarat at Ahmedabad on 14th February. 1986 as a private limited company and was initially engaged in the business of trading in paper tubes. The Management of the Company underwent a change in the year 1990-91 by way of transfer of equity shares to the Videocon Group. 1. The Company received a fresh certificate of incorporation from the Registrar of Companies. 13 Lakhs was paid by cheques.Videocon Leasing & Industrial Finance Limited was incorporated on 4th September. In September. . the name of the Company was changed to Videocon Leasing & Industrial Finance Limited on 14th February.each of Adhigam Trading Private Limited were purchased by the Videocon Group at a premium of Rs. 1991. Parikh and Naishad I. Parikh in September. 1991. Ltd. In terms of the necessary resolutions passed under Sec. 21 of the Companies Act. 1991. 3/. Adhigam Trading Pvt. 1956. (ATPL) was promoted by Mr Indrakant T.per share in April.

it has evolved into a giant conglomerate with annual revenues of over U$4.Company Profile Videocon is an Indian multinational with interests in Consumer Electronics.The Videocon group emerges as a USD 2. Videocon started manufacturing Compressors & Compressor Motors. . Electric Motors & AC. and Oil & Gas. In 2005. Videocon entered Refrigerators and coolers segment in 1991.5 Billion global conglomerate continuing to set trends in every sphere of its activities from a conference room sized assembly line in 1979. In 1998. Colour Picture Tube Glass. Videocon was founded in 1987 by Nandlal Madhavlal Dhoot. In the year 2000. Videocon started manufacturing Home Entertainment Systems. In 1989-90. In 1995. At that time it used to manufacture TV and Washing Machine. Videocon started manufacturing Glass shells for CRT and in 1996 it ventured into Kitchen appliances and crude oil segment. Videocon took over 3 plants of Electrolux India and acquired Thomson CPT. Home Appliances. Videocon took over Philips Color TV Plant. Today.1 billion.

c. To meet the cash disbursement needs (payment schedule) – these include payments to vendors as well as salaries to employees etc.Objectives a. e. To minimize inventory carrying costs in business. d. b. To minimize investment in inventory and to ensure maximum turnover of inventory in an accounting period.both ordering cost and carrying cost. To ensure a continuous supply of raw materials to facilitate uninterrupted production. To minimize funds committed to cash balances – this is important as cash which is lying idle is of no use to the firm . b.

including that of VIDEOCON itself. As far as possible. Apart from self-experimenting and observing.METHODS OF COLLECTING DATA AND THEIR SOURCES: In most of the cases. which were used in the report as well as for my personal knowledge. Various books and internet sites. Stores Department. Fabrication Department and Personnel Department. the data is collected on the spot from the persons involved in the different processes. Marketing Department. I constantly interacted with various employees of the Company and gathered useful information on related matters. I also tried to get involved with people from various departments. I have tried to collect data by myself. have also helped me a lot in collecting data and understanding concepts. . right from Accounts & Finance Department to Planning & Purchase Department.

3. 8. Introduction Objective of the study Research methodology Receivables management Payable management Inventory management Data Analysis Recommendation Conclusion 2. 5. 10. Bibliography . 7.CHAPTER PLAN 1. 6. 4. 9.

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