MANUFACTURING OF STEEL ALMIRAH
(UNITED STEELS LTD, KURUKSHETRA)
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I would like to express my gratitude to all people who have in various ways helped in successful completion of my project Report on “SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES (UNITED STEELS LTD)”. I would like to express my sincere thanks, with a deep sense of gratitude to my guide, Er. for his kind interest, valuable guidance and constant motivation which is primarily responsible for successful completion of this project report.
I am also thankful to all the faculty members of Mechanical Engineering Department for their valuable suggestions and timely help. The well-experienced and skilled staff of mechanical department imparted me good knowledge about the small-scale industries.
S. No. PARTICULTES Page No.
1. Introduction 4
2. Entrepreneur 7
3. Financial Requirements 9
4. Marketing Concept 12
5. About Product 16
6. Process Flow Diagram 17
7. Cost Estimation & Finance 18
8. Break Even Analysis 22
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 INTRODUCTION TO SSI: The SSI (Small Scale Industry) today is immense
for the growth of the country. Small scale industries are the industries which are run with the help of hired labour and which also use some simple machine and power. The investment scale in this industry varies from 5 lakhs to 1 crore for the fixed assets. Irrespective to number of workers engaged is called small cale unit.
In India these type of industries are promoted to meet with the problems of excess population and unemployment so the government of India promotes entrepreneur to step up small scale industries by aiding him by giving loans, subsidiaries, land, guidance etc. The strategy adopted by the government is:
1. Public entrepreneurship should remain confirmed only to those industries and sectors where private enterprise, individual or corporate, is generally not attracted, Existing public entrepreneurship be improved through better management and by putting relatively greater emphasis on research and development. There is need to streamline the R & D wing of public sector enterprises.
2. All possible efforts be made very seriously (not casually) for the development of an industrial culture. It should be realized that the central core of entrepreneurship is the motive force since by its very nature, entrepreneurship implies positive action and initiative, motivated individuals with the right kind of combination of abilities and attributes can pursuer their goal with unremitting courage and enthusiasm.
3. There is need to develop management education and industrial training.
4. The development of backward regions/areas constitutes a new challenge. Programs for their development be drawn up and should be effectively implemented.
5. Adequate measures are a must for mobilizing and fostering the entrepreneurial talent in the country. In this context, it should be realized that entrepreneurs are not the gift of a particular class.
6. Economic administration by the sate should be improved and made more effective so that economic policies may fully achieve their objectives in the overall interest of the economy.
7. Financial institutions should provide adequate and timely credit and technical assistance, especially to the small and medium sized enterprises. They may also impart knowledge about the needs of the economy and they should file their massive data in terms of growth of new entrants or entrepreneurs in the field of industry.
1.2 PROCEDURE TO START A SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY: Starting of small scale industries is not a very easy task. at the same time it is not difficult so, if different factors are considered before taking a decision to start it. For starting, the first and most important work is to select a suitable sit and then to make a proper scheme and yet approve.
Procedure to start small scale industry consist of following important steps-
1.2.1 GETTING STARTED: An entrepreneur desiring to set up an industry must first formulate comprehensive setting the industry for its success. For this, he should be confident, enthusiastic and realizing. He should therefore make himself familiar with the permanent policies and procedures, assistants and facilities he can get from whom and how.
1.2.2 SELECTION OF INDUSTRY: Selection of a suitable place for an industry is the key to success. Different factors for the selection of the site are availability of the land, labor, raw material, power and transport facilities and nearness to the market. Type and size of industry should be decided by the market study, quality and price of other product with which proposed item be in competition. Demand and supply of position of the product should be before selecting the type of industry. Owner should make himself conversant with all acts, rules of central and state governments etc.
1.2.3 PREPARATION OF SCHEME: After deciding the product to be manufactured and the place of industry , a detailed scheme is prepared .this scheme include number of machines ,their approximate cost, requirements of land and building ,number of workers and other staff ,their salaries and estimated production cost ,expected profit, proposed factory layout and plant layout.
1.3 SOME FACTS ABOUT SSI:
* Small scale industry provides employment. SSI Sector in India creates largest employment opportunities for the Indian population. It has been estimated from the research that in the year 2007-2008 the employment provided by the small scale industry was 322.28 lakh. However for the six years the graph is shown as below:
* Small Scale Industry increases production level in country. The small scale sector has grown rapidly over the years. The growth rates during the various plan periods have been very impressive. Form the following graph this can be understood.
Thus the above graph shows production from the small-scale sector from the year 2003-04 to year 2007-08. The graph shows that there is rapid growth in production from the year 2003 to 2008.
CHAPTER 2 ENTREPRENEUR
Entrepreneur is the owner of the business who contributes the capital and bears the risk of uncertainties in business life. He organizes, manages, assumes the risks and takes the decision about the enterprise. He takes all the steps to establish undertaking, coordinates the various factors of production, and gives it a start. He should be able to evaluate, business, opportunities, together all the necessary resources and ensures the success of the enterprise.
2.1 CLASSIFICATION OF ENTREPRENEUR: Entrepreneur views are broadly classified into three groups:
* Risk bearer
2.1.1 ENTREPRENEUR AS A RISK BEARER: According to Richard Cotillion, a rich man living in France, was the first who introduced the term entrepreneur as an agent who buys the factory production at certain price in order to combine them into product with a view to selling it at certain price. He illustrated the framer who pays out contractual income, which is certain to landlord, labour and sells at price that is uncertain. Thus they too are risk bearer agent of production. Uncertainty is defined as the risk which cannot be insure against and incalculable.
2.1.2 ENETREPREPNUER AS AN ORGANIZER: According to Jean-Baptize, Entrepreneur is a function of co-ordination, organization and supervision. According to him, an Entrepreneur is one who combines the land of one, the labor of another, capital of one another and thus produces product. By selling the product in the market he pays interest in capital, rent on land, wages to labor and what remains in his profit.
2.1.3 ENTREPREUER AS AN INNOVATOR: According to Joseph who has introduced new combination of factors of production. He said, it may occur in any one of the following five forms:
1. The introductions of new product in market.
2. The instituting of new production technique, which is not yet tested by experience in the branch of manufacture concern.
3. The opening of new market into which the specific product has not previously entered.
4. The discovery of new source of supply of raw material.
5. The carry input of new form of organization of any industry by creating of monopoly position or breaking up of it.
2.2 CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ENTREPRENEUR: An entrepreneur should have following characteristics:
* Desire of high achievement.
* Hardworking, willingness
* Highly optimistic
* Good organizer
* Resourceful and should be able to take initiative.
2.3 FUNCTIONS OF ENTREPRENEUR: The function of an entrepreneur is as following:
* Idea generation
* Determination of business objectives
* Product analysis and market research
* Determination of form of ownership of organization
* completion of promotion facilities
* Raising the necessary funds
* Proper use of machine and material
* Recruitment of men.
CHAPTER 3 FINANCIAL REQUIREMENT
Since Independence Government of India has been giving all possible encouragement of SSI. A number of organizations have been set up by the Government of India to provide assistance and incentive to small scale industries. These packages of assistance are provided to SSI by a large number of organizations operating at national and State Level. Development programs are being carried out at two levels:
1. National level
2. State level
Agencies, which work at National Level, are: –
* Small Scale Industrial Board (SSIB)
* Small Scale Industries Development Organization
* National Small Scale Industries Corporation
Agencies which work at State Level are:-
* State Directorate of Industries
* District Industrial Centre (DIC)
* State Small Industrial Corporations (SSIC)
* State Financial Corporations
* Commercial Banks
* Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDO)
3.1 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES AT NATIONAL LEVEL
3.1.1 SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIAL BOARD (SSIB): It is all advisory body and comprises State Government Ministers Offices and representatives of several Institutions and associations. Its functioning is to plan, advice and coordinate the activities of Central and State Government. As such it does not render direct help to entrepreneurs. However, it helps the Government in involving new policy and programme for small scale sector.
3.1.2 SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (SSIDO): Its Headquarter Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi headed by the Development Commissioner (SSI) has a network of Small Industries Service Institute (SSIs) one in each State which helps in economical, technical, industrial information service, management consultancy services, training and marketing etc.
3.1.3 NATIONAL SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES CORPORATION (NSSIC): Its headquarters at New Delhi and Regional Offices at Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Guwahati etc.
* FACILITIES PROVIDED:
1. Supply of machines and equipment on hire purchase
2. Distribution of scare raw material imported components.
3. Marketing assistance
4. Assistance to SSI in securing orders for railway and defense
5. Operating a credit guarantee scheme for those units which are registered within.
3.2 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES AT STATE LEVEL
3.2.1 STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS: Almost every state has its own financial corporation to provide machines and long term loans to small and medium scale industries. Amount of loan varies from Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 6, 00,000 and these loans are repayable in equal installments spread over a period of 10-12 years. Important schemes of financing SFC are
1. A loan scheme for financing of village and cottage industries, under this scheme they are financed to the extent of Rs. 25,000 and the interest rate is very low.
2. Assistance to tiny units-these grant assistance up to Rs. 2.00 lakhs.
3. Scheme for technical entrepreneur-in order to encourage self employment these corporations provide financial assistance up to Rs. 2.00 lakhs at very low interest rate to such technical entrepreneurs who have acquired a diploma or degree in any discipline of engineering.
4. Loans to hotel industry.
5. Scheme for SC/ST-Grant financial assistance to SC/ST entrepreneurs at a nominal margin such rates are charged at the rate of 10%
6. Scheme for physically handicapped-these provide financial assistance up to Rs.3.oo lakhs at a rate of 10%.
3.2.2 COMMERCIAL BANKS: SBI and its subsidiary banks and other Nationalized banks provide liberal term loans and working capital to small scale entrepreneurs and these loans are advanced for purchase of machine and material and to the technical entrepreneurs to encourage self employment.
Specialized institutes like-Central Institute of Tool Design. Hyderabad, Central Tool Room, Ludhiana and Kolkata, Central institute of Hand Tools Jalandhar, Institute for Design of Electrical Measuring Instruments (IDEMI) Mumbai, Integrated Trading center, Nilokheri, National Institute of Small Extension, Hyderabad and National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development. They conduct special courses, programmes, workshops, training programmes for the benefit of small scale industries.
3.3 CREDIT SUPPORT: Credit is the prime input for sustained growth of small scale sector and its availability continued to be a matter of concern. To provide credit support to the various SSI units various policies have been formulated by the GOI. Various institutes like SFC, SIDC, NISC, and SIDBI are providing financial support to various SSI units.
OVERVIEW OF THE STEPS TAKEN BY THE GOI IS:-
1) Composite loans limit raised from Rs. 10 Lakhs.
2) In the National equity fund scheme (NEF) the project cost limit has been raised from RS. 25 lakhs to RS. 50 Lakhs.
3) Soft loan limit restrained to 25% of the project cost.
4) Task Force is appointed by the Department of Economic Affairs to suggest revitalization/restructuring of the State Financial Corporation.
CHAPTER 4 MARKETING
4.1 CONCEPT OF MARKETING: Studies reveal that different organizations have different perceptions of marketing and these different perceptions have led to the promotion of different concepts of marketing. It is found that at least four distinct concepts of marketing have guided and are still guiding terms. They are:
* Exchange concept
* Production concept
* Product concept
* Sales concept
We will discuss these concepts in detail as below:
4.1.1 EXCHANGE CONCEPT: The exchange concept of marketing as the name indicates holds that the exchange of a product between the seller and buyer is a central idea of marketing. But a proper serutiny of the marketing would readily reveal that marketing is very much broader than exchange. The other important aspect of marketing such as concern for the customer, the generation of the venue satisfaction, the creative selling and integrated action for serving the customer get completely overshadowed in this concept of marketing.
4.1.2 PRODUCTION CONCEPT: According to the production concept marketing is a merely related to production. They believe that marketing can be managed by managing production. The concept holds that consumers would as a rule support these products that are produced in a great volume and allow unit cost organization voting for this concept are influenced by a drive to produce all that they can. They do achieve high production efficiency and a substantial reduction in the unit cost of production. Yet they often do not get customers as they expected. Customers after all are motivated by a variety of considerations in their purchases. Easy availability and low cost are not the only parameters governing the customers buying action and the production concept thus fails to drive as the right marketing policy for the enterprise.
4.1.3 PRODUCT CONCEPT: The product concept is somewhat stiff form the production concept whereas the production concept seeks to win markers and profits v/a high volume of production and low unit cost of production. The product concept seeks to achieve the same result via product excellence, improved products, new products and ideally designed and engineering products. It also places emphasis on quality assurance. Organizations that subscribe to the product concept of marketing believe that consumer goods automatically vote for products of high quality they spent considerable energy. Time and money on research and development brings in a variety of new products. They do not bother to study the market and the consumer in depth. They get totally embraced with the product and almost forget the consumer for whom the product is actually meant. They fail to find what the consumers actually need and what they would gladly accept.
4.1.4 SALES CONCEPT: The sales concept maintains that a company cannot except its products to get picked up automatically by the customers. The company has to consciously promote and push its products heavy advertising, high power personnel selling, large scale sales promotion, heavy price discounts and strong publicity and public relations are the normal tools used by the organization that rely on this concept. Evidently the sales concept too generates marketing myopia just as a exchange concept, production concept and product concept. It leads to a wrong or inadequate understanding of the market and consequently a total failure in the market place.
4.2 IMPORTANCE OF MARKETING TO THE SOCIETY:
1. Marketing helps to achieve, maintain and raise the standard of living marketing brings new variety of useful and quality goods to the consumer and better marketing gives soon for mass production.
2. Marketing increase employment opportunities.
3. Marketing helps to increase national income.
4. Marketing is a connecting link between the consumer and the producer.
5. Marketing helps to maintain economic stability. Economic stability is the sign of any efficient and dynamic economy and economic stability is maintained only when there is a balance in supply and demand. If production is more than demand the access goods cannot be sold at acceptable prices than the stocks of goods would be picked up and there would be glut all the market resulting fall in price. Similarly, if production is less than demand prices will shoot up resulting in higher prices. In such a situation marketing maintains the economic stability by balancing production and consumption.
4.3 STEPS IN MARKETING MANAGEMENT
1. Product Planning
2. Sales Forecasting
3. Pricing Policy
4. Distribution Strategy
5. Role of Advertising (Personnel Selling)
We will discuss now in details as below:
4.3.1 PRODUCT PLANNING: Product planning may be defined as “the act of marketing out and supervising the search. Screening, development and commercialization of new products, modification of existing lines”.
Product planning involves three important considerations:-
1. The development and introduction of new ideas
2. The modification of exiting lines as may be required in terms of changing consumer’s need and preferences.
3. The discontinuance of elimination of marginal or unprofitable products.
4.3.2 SALES FORECAST:- A sales forecast is an estimate for the amount or unit sales for a specified future period under a proposed marketing plan or programme. As defined by the American Marketing Association it is “an estimate of sales in physical units for a specified future period under a proposed marketing plan or programme and under an assumed set of economic and other forces outside the unit for which the forecast is made.
Marketing Of A Proper Sales Forecast Requires An Assessment Of:
1) The outside uncontrollable force likely to influence the company sales.
2) The internal proposed changes in the marketing strategies and tactics of the company which are likely to affect the sales.
Sales forecast can be for a specified product line or it can be for a market as a whole or for any portion of it.
According to the time period, the sales forecast can be divided under three types:
1. SHORT RUN FORECAST:-Which generally extends from a few weeks to about six months or at most one year in future. This is mostly done by companies as day-to-day forecasts for their production control needs and to plan for long term financial needs.
2. MEDIUM RANGE FORECAST:- Which extends from one year to about four years into future. This type of forecasting is important for
a) Estimating profits, budgeting expenses etc,
b) Determining dividend policy
c) Deciding rate of maintenance expenditure
d) Determining schedule of operations.
3. LONG RANGE FORECAST:-extending to at least five years into future and in case we of really large organizations are extending over a longer period up to ten years or even more.
It is useful in the following ways:-
1) Anticipating the magnitude and timing of capital expenditures required for new facilities in the future.
2) Determining probable trends and range of cash inflows from sales.
3) Estimating companies long range personnel needs.
4) Highlighting future problems.
4.3.3 PRICING POLICY: – Pricing is a very critical decision. Pricing decisions are not easy to make. Hence sound pricing policies must be adopted to ensure that the organization secures satisfactory profits. For pricing decisions a marketing manager has to be familiar with economic concepts useful decisions. He has to consider various pricing factors which influence pricing apart from costs such as the customers characteristics, the economic product characteristics, competitive environment and Governmental control wherever applicable. The price of the product materially affects the demand for it as well as the organization competitive ability for expenditure if the quality of the product is to be improved this may be possible only if the customers are willing to pay a higher price for it. Besides, if the product is not properly priced there might be reluctance from the channels of distribution.
4.3.4 DISTRIBUTION STRATEGY: Distribution may be defined as an operation or a series of operation, which physically bring goods manufactured or produced by only particular manufacturers into the hands of the final consumers to the users.
A distribution strategy consists of distributing or sub-dividing the total products of a manufacturer on a geographical basis to various specific markets. There may be a state market, a National Market or even a world wide market for the production while defining a strategy we have to deal with two aspects. First, is the organizational aspects, it is concerned with how and through what channels we should distribute. For this general marketing policy is responsible for deciding the various channels we should distribute. For this general marketing policy is responsible for deciding the various channels for distribution. Secondly, is the operational aspect of distribution or the physical distribution, it is concerned with moving of goods from one place to another, including the warehousing storage and transportation costs as well includes.
4.3.5 ADVERTISING: To counter the markets at National and International level the GOI set up various institutes like:-
1) Export Credit Guarantee Corporation Ltd. (ECGC)
2) State Trading Corporation. (STC)
3) Trade Development Authority.
4) National small Industries Corporation.(NSIC)
CHAPTER 5 ABOUT PRODUCT
5.1 LOCATION OF UNIT : UNITED STEELS LTD.
PLOT NO. – 11, SEC-2
5.2 NAME OF PRODUCT : STEEL ALMIRAH
Purpose: The steel almirah find their prominence at each and every place i.e. in government / Private office, shops, residencial houses etc. Steel almirahs are used for safe storage of official, personal documents, valuables and clothing’s in home.
Process of Manufacture: Steel almirahs are manufactured out of BP/CRBP sheets.Sheets are first cut into pieces of required sizes. These pieces are then bend in a sheet bending machine ( Brake press). Then these bend pieces are assembled, gas welded and finished for rough surfaces. After welding, the painting process is done with the aid of painting equipment. In the end locks, handles etc. are fitted and the product is now ready for dispatch.
Production Target: It is proposed to manufacture 600 almirahs per annum.
CHAPTER 6 PROCESS FLOWDIAGRAM
CHAPTER 7 COST ESTIMATION & FINANCE
Cost of Project
Rs. In Lacs
Sr.No. Particulars Amount
1. Land 24.6
2. Building 6.00
3. Machinery 1.14
4. Misc. Fixed Assets 0.50
5. Margin Money for Working Capital 1.69
Land measuring 600sq.m at Industrial Area, KURUKSHETRA Rs. 24.6 lac
@ Rs 4100/-sq.m
Raw Material ( Per Month )
Sr.No. Particulars Quantity Rate (Rs.) Amount (Rs.)
1. BP/CRBP sheet of 18 to 20 SWG 4 ton 30,000/-ton 1,20,000
2. Paint 50 litres 120/-litre 6,000
3. Gas rebets & carbides etc. 3,000
4. Lock, Handles & other fittings 3,000
Machinery & Equipment
Sr.No. Particulars Nos. Rate(Rs.) Amount(Rs)
1. Sheet Bending Press(Brake Press) 1 55,000 55,000
2. Gas welding set complete with 1 set 9,000 9,000
regulator, hosepipe connection etc.
3. Shearing machine(Hand op.) 1 4,000 4,000
4 Drilling machine 1/2” cap with electricals 1 4,000 4,000
5. Fly press (Hand optd.) 1 4,500 4,500
6 Air compressor with spray painting equi. 1 set 11,000 11,000
7 Stoving chamber 1 8,000 8,000
8 Hand Tools etc. 5,000 5,000
9. Erection & Installation charges 6,000 6,000
10. Office furniture & equipments 7,500 7,500
Staff & labour (per month)
S.No. Description No. Salary(Rs.) Total 1 Foreman 1 8,000 8,000 2 Skilled workers 1 7,000 7,000 3 Painter 1 3,500 3,500 4 Welder 1 3,500 3,500 5 Helpers 2 2,500 5,000 6 Peon-cum-watchman 1 2,000 2,000 Total 29,000 Other expenditure and utilities (per month)
S.No. Description Amount(Rs.)
1 Power and water 2,500 2 Consumables & Tools 3,500 3 Postage, Stationary & Teltphone 800 4 Transportation & other expenses 1,500 Total 8,300
Workings capital (per month)
S.No. Description Amount(Rs.)
1 Raw material 1,32,000 2 Staff and labour 29,000 3 Other expenses 8,300 Total 1,69,300
Total capital investment
1 Machinery and equipment (Non-recurring expenditure) 1,14,500 2 Working capital for three months (Recurring expenditure) 5,07,900 TOTAL 6,22,400
Cost of production (per annum)
Rs. (in lac)
1 Recurring expenditure 20.32 2 Interest on capital at 15 % 0.93 3 Depreciation on machinery & equipment @10% 0.11 TOTAL 21.36
Total sales (per annum)
600 steel almirahs @ Rs. 4000 = Rs. 24 lac
Profitability per annum:
Profit = Total sales – Cost of production
= 24,00000 – 21,36,000 = Rs. 2,64,000
%age profit on sales = 2,64,000 X 100 / 2400000 = 11%
%age return on investment = 2,64,000 X 100 / 6,22,400 = 42.41%
CHAPTER 8 BREAK EVEN POINT (BEP)
Break even analysis is of considerable help in engineering design at profit analysis. The break point means the level of output or sales at which there is there is no profit or loss. Thus an organization or business is said to break revenue equals its total cost.
Fixed cost = Direct labor cost + machine hour cost + depreciation cost on building + depreciation cost on machinery.
Fixed cost (per annum)
1. Interest = 93,360
2. Depreciation = 11,450
3. 40% on salary = 1,39,200
4. 40% on other expenses = 39,840
Total = 2,83,850
Break even point,
BEP = annual fixed cost x 100 / annual fixed cost + profit
BEP = 2,83,850 X 100 / 2,83,850 + 2,64,000