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Presented By

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Pushp Sambyal MBA- 2B

“At Nahar,

excellence is always an ongoing journey
never destination”

Nahar group came into existence in 1949 . It was established with initial efforts of three Oswal brothers Sh.Vidya Sagar Oswal ,Sh. Lachman Dass& Sh. Rattan Chand Oswal.

The initial capacity of nahar group was 800 spindles.
At present it has more than 66200 spindles of capacity.

 OSWAL WOOLLEN

MILLS LTD.

 NAHAR

INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES LTD.

 NAHAR

SPINNING MILLS LTD.

Even the Word “Impossible” Says “I’m Possible.At OWM.” .

garments etc. .  It is manufacturing all type of blended worsted yarn. It was established in 1949 by Sh. weaving yarn. shawls. Vidya Sagar Oswal.

U. Export Markets: Argentina .Portugal .   Social upliftment by establishing Jawahar Lal Oswal Public Charitable Trust and Mohan Dai Oswal Memorial Hospital. Egypt.Brazil .K . Poland . Israel and Bangladesh. Group turnover is Rs.China.U. South Africa.S. Turkey.A. . 2500 Crore.

K.P.S. Dinesh Oswal Mr. K. Sahni Mr. Jawahar Lal Oswal Chairman-Cum-Managing Director  Mr. Sandeep Jain Mr. Bal Executive Director Executive Director Additional Director    Mr. (Mrs. Dinesh Gogna Dr.) H. O. Mr. Amarjeet Singh Mr. Maini Dr. Kamal Oswal Director Director Director    Mr. Suresh Kumar Additional Director Additional Director Additional Director   .

 Wool / acrylic top Yarns   Textile fabrics Hosiery knitwear products  .

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 Quality Control Resource Department Department  Human  Finance  Marketing Department .

Major competitors in pullovers and cardigans Casablanca Pringle (Scotland) Competitors of woolen/blended worsted yarn Vardhman Textiles Limited Jayshree Textiles Limited Malwa Cotton Mills Limited Competitors of their denim fabric Arvind Mills Limited Aarvee Denims Limited Raymond Limited .

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Member of wool mark and ISO 9002.Strengths  Good Brand Image.    . Laboratories for testing the quality of the product. Many persons are working here for more than 50 yrs. This shows commitment of employees towards their org.

 OWM is dependent upon foreign producers for greasy wool. .  Depend on the third party for sale and the distribution of the product.

 Manufacturing . GAP. of kids garments. etc. Fabrication for various companies likes NIKE. MARKS AND SPENCER. WILLS.

pullovers.  Seasonal demand for their major product i. .e.Threats  Mushrooming and upcoming of small hosieries in Ludhiana.

Ratio Analysis is one of the most powerful tools of financial analysis. . It is used as a device to analyze and interpret the financial health of an enterprise .

07 .33 3.32 Current Ratio 1.28 9044.67 11185.Particulars 2006-2007 in Lac 2007-2008 in Lac 2008-2009 in Lac Current Assets Current Liabilities 20543.84 3.64 9897.30 30422.67 30129.

81 1.7688 In the years 2007-08 & 2008-09 . . 0.the company is satisfactorily liquid to fulfill C.Particulars Quick Assets 2006-07 in Lacs 9060 2007-08 In Lacs 17328 2008-09 In Lacs 17506 Current Liabilities 11185 9044 9897 Quick Ratio 0.81 which is less than rule of thumb 1:1.L well in time but it is not satisfactory in the year 2006-07 i.e.915 1.

63 8. The major reason is that company s net profit is increasing every year but the number of shares being the same every year. so the earning per share is increasing every year.Particulars 2006-07 in Lacs 2007-08in Lacs 2008-09in Lacs Net profit available 1402 2127 2368 Number of shares 249 249 249 EPS 5.51 EPS is increasing in the year 2006-07 to 2008-09 .54 9. .

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 India textile industry largely depends upon the textile manufacturing and export. also contributes around 3% to the GDP of the country  India  It . earns about 27% of its total foreign exchange through textile exports.

Textile sector contributes 14% of value addition in manufacturing sector.  . It is the second largest employer after the agriculture sector in both rural and urban areas.

COTTON TEXTILE WOOLLEN TEXTILES MAN -MADE JUTE SILK .

29 21.45 .01% 0.219 1.708.001% % Share Home Textile Furnishings 2.80% 0.2008-09 Textile Clothing Garments Undergarments & 20.16 Accessories Total 0.487 93% 6.

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Strength .

 The total output of hosiery products in Ludhiana is estimated to be around Rs. Ludhiana is one of the principal producers of woolen and acrylic knitwear.000 crore in 2008-09 and the share of domestic sale to exports is to the tune of 75:25 ratio. . knitwear and various ready-made garments. 8. apart from it also uses cotton and blended fiber to produce hosiery.

  . Africa. The major export markets of Ludhiana today are the EU. US.Vietnam & Bangladesh. Ludhiana accounts for nearly 90 per cent of the country’s woolen hosiery industry Ludhiana Textile Industry serves as the backbone of Indian hosiery industry.

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%GE SHARE IN EXPORTS 3% 2% 5% 5% VARDHMAN OSWAL 30% MALWA SHARMAN YWL 7% 8% ARTI INTL. RAGHAV 10% 15% 15% GANGA INDO WORTH OTHERS .

Share of Domestic Sales to Exports 25% Domestic Sales Exports 75% .

AN ANALYSIS ON EXPORT OF INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO LUDHIANA .

  . To know the factors affecting exports of textiles. To analyse the export potential of Ludhiana textile industry. To know the strengths & weakness of textile industry.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY .

Population: All the exporters of textiles in Ludhiana  .   Universe: All the exporters of textiles. Sampling Technique: Convenience & snowball sampling. Research Design: Descriptive.

 Sample Unit: A single textile company in Ludhiana which is into export business. Sample Size: 20 Exporters. Sample Type: Area Sampling : Sample area of the study is Ludhiana   .

Data collection: Primary data : Questionnaire. .  Secondary data: Journals and websites.

The analysis could have been made much more accurate. The respondents were busy or for some other reasons. if the project be done in other cities also. did not show much attention filing the questionnaire.  The study is limited to Ludhiana city due to time constraints. To collect valid data a senior authority was needed to fill the questionnaire. hence the chances of biasness could be possible. Most of the time they were having important works to do and questionnaires were filled by other people.     . The Sample size has been restricted to 20 due to constraints of time .

Data Interpretation & Analysis .

Nature of Company 5% Manufacturing Trading Company MNC Others 95% .

Specification of Export Products 6% 23% Woollen 29% Cotton Fiber Yarn 16% Garments Other 3% 23% .

Export Percentage to Total Sales 120 100 80 %age 60 %age of Exports 40 20 0 1-10% 10-25% 25-50% Export %ge 50-75% >75% .

3.65 USA. 1.85 Others S.Most Potential Market for Exports Others.Africa. 4.55 . 1.45 USA Australia S.Africa Europe Australia.5 Europe. 3.

Factors affecting Exports 0% 36% Target Market More Incentives 48% No Payment delays Govt. Policies Others 12% 4% .

Exporters' Risk Competition Risk.15 .6 Others. 5 Personnel risk Competition Risk Credit Risk Liquidity Risk Others Credit Risk. 2. 3.7 Liquidity Risk. 1.55 Personnel risk. 2.

Competition faced from differnt countries 0% 12% 17% Bangladesh 6% China Pakistan Srilanka 12% Vietnam Others 53% .

Nature of Competition 0% 15% 23% 6% Skilled Labours Frieght Charges Quality Govt. Policies Better Infrastructure 21% Others 35% .

1 2.3 .Strength 3.9 2.7 Low Labour Cost Abundant raw material Quality products Potential domestic & international market 1.

3 Lack of technology Fragmented industry Unfavourable laws 2.6 3.Weakness 2. Policies Infrastructure 3.5 .4 3.2 Govt.

Future Potential of textile industry 5% 30% Growth Stable Decline 65% .

Majority of the exporters of Ludhiana find South Africa as their potential export market followed by European countries . Most of the export houses in Ludhiana are dealing in garments. woollen & yarn sector. China is the major competitor of Indian textile industry.    . policies. Strength of the textile industry is abundant raw material and the Weakness is govt.

Government should take steps to provide better infrastructure . has to extend validity of promotional schemes to promote textile exports.technology. Ludhiana textile industry should explore new markets for exports . policies to boost textile industry in near future. innovations & govt.   . Government .

Conclusion .

Thank You .

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