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Best Business Opportunities in Arunachal Pradesh - Identification and Selection of right Project, Thrust areas for Investment, Industry Startup and Entrepreneurship Projects

Arunachal Pradesh is a state of India, its capital is Itanagar. More than half of the population of Arunachal Pradesh is engaged in agriculture, but only a very small portion of the land is under cultivation. Land is cleared by burning the vegetation, is cultivated for several years, and then is abandoned in favor of another site when the productivity of the soil declines. Rice, corn (maize), millet, and buckwheat are among the chief crops grown by this method. Arunachal Pradesh has significant, though largely unutilized, resource potential. Among its resources for generating energy are rivers, coal, and petroleum; most of the state’s power is provided by hydroelectric plants. The Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh has a total population of roughly 1.4 million (as of 2011) on an area of 84,000 km2, amounting to a population density of about 17 km−2.


TOURISM

Tourism is service-oriented sector which has made rapid strides globally in terms of gross revenue and foreign exchange earnings. The tourism sector stimulates other economic sectors through its backward and forward linkage and cross-sectional synergies with sectors like agriculture, horticulture, poultry, handicrafts, transport and construction. Tourism to Arunachal Pradesh needs to be promoted by an aggressive and well coordinated marketing strategy and to be successful as a Brand in the market place. Arunachal Pradesh is on the northeastern tip of India, bordering Bhutan on the west, China on the north, Myanmar on the east and the states of Assam on the south. Part of the Eastern Himalayan ranges, this state covers 83,743 sq. km. Trekking, mountaineering, wildlife tourism, river rafting and other water sports as well as its peaceful retreats can be promoted under such pristine natural environment. Arunachal Pradesh is a natural garden of more than 20,000 identified species of medicinal plants and many more still remain unidentified.


INDUSTRY

The Village and Small Scale Industries and Traditional un-organized industries constitute an important segment of our planned economy. This sector has not only continued to play to vital role in fulfillment of Socio-economy objectives but also offer an excellent opportunities for the industrial self employment and is an ideal answer to the problem like un-employment and proper exploitation of available resources. The District Industries Centres(DICs) and Sub-District Industries Centres(Sub-DICs) play a prominent role for the industrial development of SSI, Tiny and Village Industries. This is an institution at the district level which extends all possible help and guidance to the prospective entrepreneurs for taking up of various industrial ventures in the district. Besides, these Centres offer all facilities to artisans, entrepreneurs and support them with maximum effort under single roof. There are two Industrial Training Institutes and one Rural Industries Development Centre is functioning in the State technical manpower in the State. Besides, these Institutes are also helping the local youth to generate self employment.


INDUSTRIAL POLICY

•             The State Government will encourage the establishment of industrial undertakings in the private and cooperative sectors for the sustainable development of the state.

•             Employment opportunities and gainful self-employment in industrial and allied sectors for the local populations.

•             Outside entrepreneurs may be allowed to hold land on lease for a period of 30 years, after which the lease may be renewed for a further period of 30 days.

•             Development of all industries will be encouraged. To begin with, the following industries will have priority.

•             Industries based on locally available raw materials.

•             Electronics and knowledge based industries.

•             Industries based on non- timber forest produce.


IDENTIFICATION OF THRUST AREAS

•             Weaving

•             Cane and Bamboo work

•             Wood Carving

•             Ornaments

•             Paper Making

•             Ivory work

•             Carpentry

•             Horticulture

•             Tourism

•             Industries based on locally available raw materials.

•             Textiles (handlooms and power looms) and handicrafts.

•             Electronics and knowledge based industries.

•             Industries based on non- timber forest produce.

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

1.            Industries based on locally available raw materials.

2.            Textiles (handlooms and power looms) and handicrafts.

3.            Electronics and knowledge based industries.

4.            Industries based on non- timber forest produce.

5.            Infrastructure, such as power and communications.

6.            Tourism

7.            Medical services

8.            Educational services

INVESTMENT INCENTIVES

The incentives applicable to entrepreneurs for establishing industrial units in Arunachal Pradesh are-

•             Central Capital Investments Subsidy Scheme.

•             Transport Subsidy Scheme

•             Central Interest Subsidy Scheme

•             Comprehensive Insurance Scheme, etc.

•             Price Preference

Despite being rich in natural resources and even after the implementation of various development programmes in the state during the five year plans, the level of economic development in Arunachal Pradesh continues to be very low compared with most of the other states of the country. The major factors that have impeded the industrial development in the state are-

•             Limited and dispersed market for goods within the region coupled with higher cost of marketing outside the region.

•             Increasing threat from national competitors using modern technology, larger units and better distribution network resulting in saturation of accessible markets.

•             Lack of inflow of investible funds from outside the state.

•             Lower productivity of labour and higher wage rate.

•             Absence of technical and business information.

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BIOPESTICIDES(Trichoderma Harzianum, Pseudomonas Fluorescens, Beauveria Bassiana) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials

Biopesticides or natural pesticides are reduced-risk products derived or developed from biological or naturally derived chemistry. Biopesticides offer value to users by providing a combination of both effective performance and product safety. Most people think biopesticides are only for organic production but they are very good tools for organics, but more than 80 percent of the biopesticides are used in conventional agriculture, rotated and tank-mixed just like any other product. Trichoderma is a fungus which is present in nearly all soils and other diverse habitats. They attack and parasitize other fungi. So far, Trichoderma has been successful in controlling every plant pathogenic fungus against which it has been used. Pseudomonas fluorescence is a Bacteria that is used as a pesticide for controlling many kinds of fungus, virus & bacterial diseases. Residues of the bacteria are not expected to remain on treated food or feed. Available information indicates that use of pseudomonas fluorescence as a pesticides is not expected to adversely affect people or the environment. Beauveria bassiana is a naturally occurring fungus in soils throughout the world. It is most effective against lepidopteron Caterpillar Pest of Vegetables and fruit plants and sucking pests like mites and spiders of vegetables and flowers, Colorado beetle of potato. It is also highly effective against rice hispa. The Indian industry has been focusing sharply on integrated crop management (ICM), increasing exports of genuine pesticides and concentrating on farmer friendly activities. With the global market likely to grow by over 50% to around $27 bn by 2005 from $17.5 bn, there are encouraging prospects for the Indian pesticides industry. The pesticide industry is targeting a 10% share of global pesticides market and has been working on the ICM programme to introduce safer applications, spray devices and crop protection through balanced use of biological and chemical pesticides. The exports cover pesticide intermediates. Pesticides export from India was growing at the rate of 15% and is expected to witness a more accelerated growth. In India Market Prospects for biopesticides are good. Consumption of biopesticides is increasing day by day. Most of the biopesticides find use in public health, except a few that are used in agriculture. 85% of the biopesticides used are neem based products. Improvements in primary production are a first step to achieve higher safety in the long run. So, there is wide scope for new entrepreneurs to venture into this project. Few Indian Major Players are as under: E P I C Enzymes, Pharmaceuticals & Indl. Chemicals Ltd. Godrej Agrovet Ltd. Karapur Agro Ltd. Mountain Spices Ltd.
Plant capacity: 100 MT/Annum, 50 MT/Annum (Trichodarma), 30 MT/Annum (Pseudomonas), 20 MT/Annum (Beauveria)Plant & machinery: 78 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 413 Lakhs
Return: 41.00%Break even: 60.00%
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MARINE ENGINEERING COLLEGE - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Working Capital Requirement, Plant Layout, Cost of Project

The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life. A good degree course module recognize the wisdom in what was stated by the great philosopher hundreds of year ago. Marine Engineering is a branch of Engineering that deals with nautical Architecture and Science. The term Marine Engineering is meant for research conducted in oceans and coastal or inland waters connected to the sea. One of the most interesting things about marine engineering is that people working in this field get to experiment with all kinds of new technologies such as hydrodynamics, super conductivity and fuel cells in order to upgrade the water vessels. Marine Engineers have the complete responsibility of the ship technical management. They are responsible for selecting the ships machinery and for the design of mechanical, electrical, fluid and control system throughout the vessel. They are the members of a ships crew who are in charge for managing a team of marine technicians and crafts people. Marine engineer have a number of job opportunities on shore as well. Many international companies are willing to recruit fresh graduates in the field. They offer them training along with generous compensations that makes it a great career line. There are plenty of job opportunities in France & the U.K. as well. The very nature of the job fascinates many youngsters to take Marine Engineering as their career. Three quarters of the earths surface is surrounded by water and for that reason itself Marine Engineering is a very exciting and challenging field for those who are passionate about sea and are fond of working with tools. Even though waterways are comparatively used less for traveling, about 80% of the good transportation happens through sea. For international export and import of freights, countries mainly depend on ships and other water vessels. Marine Engineering is the most basic profession as far as ships and navigation is concerned. There is good scope for establishment of new marine college.
Plant capacity: B.E. Marine Engg. -4 Years, B.Sc. Nautical Bsc.-3 Years, 40+60 = 100 Students Per Year,Classes Avg. 216 Days in Year Plant & machinery: 685 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 1840 Lakhs
Return: 38.00%Break even: 45.00%
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GOOD SCOPE IN BIODEGRADABLE PLASTIC PRODUCTS - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

Plastics have become an important part of modern life and are used in different sectors of applications like packaging, building materials, consumer products and much more. Plastic packaging provides excellent protection for the product, it is cheap to manufacture and seems to last forever. Lasting forever, however, is proving to be a major environmental problem. Another problem is that traditional plastics are manufactured from non-renewable resources – oil, coal and natural gas. In an effort to overcome these shortcomings, biochemical researchers and engineers have long been seeking to develop biodegradable plastics that are made from renewable resources, such as plants. Most of today's plastics and synthetic polymers are produced from petrochemicals. As conventional plastics are persistent in the environment, improperly disposed plastic materials are a significant source of environmental pollution, potentially harming life. The plastic sheets or bags do not allow water and air to go into earth which causes reduction in fertility status of soil, preventing degradation of other normal substances, depletion of underground water source and danger to animal life. In the seas too, plastic rubbish - from ropes and nets to the plastic bands from beer packs -choke and entangle the marine mammals. The biodegradable polymers could be an alternative to the conventional plastic materials. The term biodegradable means that a substance is able to be broken down into simpler substances by the activities of living organisms, and therefore is unlikely to persist in the environment. There are many different standards used to measure biodegradability, with each country having its own. The requirements range from 90 per cent to 60 per cent decomposition of the product within 60 to 180 days of being placed in a standard composting environment. The reason traditional plastics are not biodegradable is because their long polymer molecules are too large and too tightly bonded together to be broken apart and assimilated by decomposer organisms. However, plastics based on natural plant polymers derived from wheat or corn starch have molecules that are readily attacked and broken down by microbes. Biodegradable plastics are mainly derived from corn, wheat and potato starch. Biodegradable plastics products are thermoplastic materials which are processed with the same machines traditionally used to process conventional plastics. Biodegradable plastic products physical and chemical properties are similar to those of traditional plastics, but it is completely biodegradable in different environments, just like pure cellulose. Biodegradable Plastic products are generally a degradable plastic in which the degradation results from the action of naturally-occurring micro-organisms such as bacteria, fungi, and algae. A biodegradable plastic product is made from normal polymer; the same used in making plastic products but at the same time it also contains newly invented biodegradable plastic additives. Biodegradable additives when mixed with compatible plastic raw material LLDPE/LDPE, PP, HDPE, etc. will cause the plastic to photo, thermal and chemically degrade as litter in anaerobic and aerobic facilities. These plastics will progressively degrade to lower and lower molecular weights As a result of which they become brittle, fragmented until appoint in time they are digested by the micro organisms back to the basic elements of carbon dioxide, water and the biomass. Hotels & Hospitals are places where maximum waste is generated. This is where biodegradable plastic can play a major role in serving all its purpose and at the same time is not hazardous or harmful to nature. Application areas identified in India for biodegradable plastics are Agricultural Mulch, Surgical Implants, Industrial Packaging, Wrapping, Milk Sachets, Food service, Personal Care, Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices, Recreational, etc. Demand for Bio-based polymer is certainly growing across several sectors and region. The major benefit from bio-based polymer is the sustainable aspect of renewable sources for the monomers instead of relying on petroleum or natural gas based finite sources. Biodegradable Plastics is "Popular" as Green Packaging. Packaging has become one of the hot spots of green revolution. A major change is taking place in packaged goods and the industry is at a tipping point. Biodegradable plastics is the growing demand for packaging, the manufacturer will subsequently increase productivity. The next several years, the market demand for biodegradable packaging materials will continue to grow. Biodegradable materials by nature rely on the role of microbial decomposition, as packaging materials can significantly reduce the amount of garbage. With good quality of products, about 41% of biodegradable packaging is used for food preservation. 90 years since the 20th century, the global production of biodegradable plastics rapid increase, of which around 60% used in the packaging industry. By 2011, biodegradable plastic packaging production will reach 116,000 tons, an average annual growth rate of 22%.
Plant capacity: -Plant & machinery: -
Working capital: -T.C.I: -
Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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FUEL BRIQUETTES FROM BIOMASS (Bio Coal Briquettes from Agricultural Cellulosic Waste) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials

Energy is the key factor in economic development of country. As we approach the turn of century our requirements of energy will increase rapidly and vastly. Though there are several alternative conventional as well as non-conventional energy sources have been developed, still world is facing energy crisis day by day and it will rise in the coming future with rapid increase in population as well as industrialization. India is one of the big countries in the world having vast energy resources but these are not properly exploited to achieve maximum benefit and to check energy crisis. At present our country is fulfilling its demand by importing the crude petroleum oil from gulf countries. It has been expected that approximately 450 million tons of coal, 80 million tons of crude oil and 150 million tons of firewood will be required at that time to meet the domestic demand in our country. Among the non-conventional forms of energy, Bio-Energy offers vast potential under Indian conditions, due to the wide spectrum of biomass available in different agro-climatic regions of the country. It is estimated that over 120 million tons of agricultural and forest residues are generated annually. The biomass includes agro-industrial bi-products and animal refuse. These constitute tremendous waste problems in spite of their known high energy potential. Currently both storage and disposal only add to costs and hence affects productivity and profitability. At present most of these are not collected at all, or are burnt to reduce fire hazards or used inefficiently. Handling and transportation of these materials is difficult due to their low bulk densities and irregular sizes. These wastes, after processing can be converted into high density, high value solid fuel briquettes, known as "BIOCOAL" which can be efficiently used to replace coal and fire wood. Briquettes solid fuel known as biocoal can be used by the industrial, commercial and household domestic sectors. It has been found that several alternative energy sources has come up, among them, utilization of agricultural residues, forest residues, municipal garbage into valuable solid fuel is one which is one of the modern and latest concept which has come up to meet the growing demand of fuel. It is a cheaper solid fuel with high calorific and heating value. Its demand will definitely rise with rapid industrialization in the coming future. So a new entrepreneur can well venture into this field by fully assessing the fuel requirement by different small, medium and large-scale industries. The new prospective and decisive entrepreneurs can well venture by installing a unit of biocoal manufacturing to satisfy present and future demand.
Plant capacity: 4800 MT/AnnumPlant & machinery: 28 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 129 Lakhs
Return: 46.00%Break even: 38.00%
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HERBAL COSMETICS - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

Now-a -days in the whole world there is a turn to return towards the use of herbal products and to adopt a more natural way of life. People prefer natural food, natural medicine and natural curing practices for healthy life. Cosmetics are vital to maintain the beauty of human face and body. Herbal cosmetics are in use and practice since thousands of years in India without any after effects or side effects and are well proven and documented. The Usage of herbal cosmetics has been increased to many folds in personal care system and there is a great demand for the herbal cosmetics. Natural cosmetics have a host of benefits. Being natural, they are considered to be quite harmless on the skin. They contain time tested ingredients with proven efficacy. A judicious combination of potent herbs can not only produce cosmetic effect but also help cure skin ailments and hair problems. The natural products- leaves, roots, fruits etc. supply several essential nutrients to the skin too. Cleansers, toners, moisturizers, face masks, creams, lotions, face packs- all are available in herbal varieties. The essential oils of certain plants can bring forth miraculous results. Cosmetics in India have always been dominated by global brands, partly by adoption, partly by franchising and partly by imports. Imports were made through Indians traveling abroad or NRIs (non-resident Indians) coming to India. With the onset of the liberalization policies, access to and the entry of foreign brands have become easy. However, the Indian market was also served by a number of traditional cosmetics, which segment was dominated by the informal or the small industry. The value of output of cosmetics industry (excluding toiletries) is estimated at Rs 24 bn in the organized sector. The informal sector produces about one-third by value and much higher by volume. The overall market is estimated to be of the order of over Rs 36 bn. It has witnessed a growth rate of 10 to 12% annually. Despite the downward trend in the demand of a large number of consumer products, the cosmetic industry continues to grow at a high rate basically because of the entry of new players (and new products) and globally known brands. This could also be due to the essentiality function of some of the products such as talcum powder and those having relatively low per unit value. Teenager is the target of all brand-builders although a major user segment is the adult women starting from 20. The up-end market is expected to grow at the rate of 12% and might pick up a rate of 15% from the present market value level of Rs 24 bn. The herbal segment is growing at a faster pace riding on the piggyback of good health and absence of side effects. There is a very good scope in this field and new entrepreneurs should venture into this segment. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Bodyline International Pvt. Ltd. Cadila Healthcare Ltd. Cadila Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. Colgate-Palmolive (India) Ltd. Dr. Wellmans Homoeopathic Laboratory Ltd. Emami Ltd. Geoffrey Manners & Co. Ltd. Godrej Consumer Products Ltd. H & B Stores Ltd. Henkel India Ltd. Henkel Marketing India Ltd. Henkel Spic India Ltd. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. J K Helene Curtis Ltd. Kamakhya Cosmetics & Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd. Lever India Exports Ltd. Liva Healthcare Ltd. Marico Ltd. Metropolitan Leasing Ltd. Mirasu Marketing Ltd. Modicare Ltd. Nuway Organic Naturals India Ltd. Pan Herbo Ltd. Pan India Paryatan Ltd. PondS (India) Ltd. PondS Exports Ltd. Procter & Gamble Home Products Ltd. Procter & Gamble Hygiene & Health Care Ltd. Transpek Marketing Ltd.
Plant capacity: 34998 Kgs./Annum, Herbal Cosmetics (7 items each 5 TPA)Plant & machinery: 49 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 130 Lakhs
Return: 47.00%Break even: 41.00%
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MEDICAL COLLEGE WITH HOSPITAL - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Working Capital Requirement, Plant Layout, Cost of Project

The growth of medical education institutions especially in the private sector in India shows that the rapid growth in the number of medical colleges in India since 1950 has been driven largely by developments in the private sector. The private sector, currently accounting for over 45% of medical colleges in India, grew by 900% between 1970 and 2004, with the bulk of this growth occurring in the richer states. The growth of the private medical education sector over the last 6 decades is the most dominant feature of the Indian medical education landscape. The demand for medical professionals is tremendously increasing with the unfortunate upsurge of diseases and ailments day by day. At the same time super specialty hospitals are coming up both within the country and abroad offering employment opportunities. These along with liberalization of economy could bring better opportunities for these professionals in terms of remuneration, research and working facilities. Health care undoubtedly is one of the pillars of social sector reforms in India. Ensuring right to food, health and education to all citizens has been the prime objective of our government since independence. Good health implies ensuring right to life which is universally acclaimed fundamental human right under the 1948 Human Rights Declaration of the United Nations. The health care industry in the country, which comprises hospital and allied sectors, is projected to grow 23 per cent per annum to touch US$ 77 billion by 2012 from the current estimated size of US$ 35 billion, according to a Yes Bank and an industry body report published in November 2009. The sector has registered a growth of 9.3 per cent between 2000 to 2009, comparable to the sectoral growth rate of other emerging economies such as China, Brazil and Mexico. According to the report, the growth in the sector would be driven by health care facilities, private and public sectors, medical diagnostic and path labs and the medical insurance sector. Hospitals in India have a very bright future. India is the largest democracy in the world, is one of the fastest growing economies that is projected to more than double in the next five years. New entrepreneurs should venture into this field.
Plant capacity: 100 Student in College,500 Beds in HospitalPlant & machinery: -
Working capital: -T.C.I: 7958 Lakhs
Return: 55.00%Break even: 49.00%
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DENTAL COLLEGE - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Working Capital Requirement, Plant Layout, Cost of Project

Dental education occupies a place of pride in the field of medical studies. The basic aim of the dental colleges is to provide health-oriented courses that emphasize the prevention of oral diseases. In a human body mouth is considered to be the mirror dental health being intimately related is part and parcel of the general health and well being of an individual. With increasing awareness in oral health and surge in the demand for cosmetic dental care together with technological advances in delivery of dental care, need for trained professionals in this field is ever increasing. As dentistry offers a satisfying, rewarding and lucrative career, it has become the subject of choice for aspiring professionals of tomorrow. Dentists are doing a great job today. Right from fulfilling the basic needs of restoration and prosthesis of common man, they are designing smiles of models, actors and others who want to enhance their confidence. They are doing well both in the public and the private sector. But with time their number is increasing and so is the competition amongst them. Moreover there is a very few number of seats for further specialization. There is now a dire need of these professionals to explore new areas and widen their scope of employment. One of the upcoming branches for them is Public Health. After BDS, students can opt for a specialization in any of the regular disciplines. There are new emerging areas like aesthetic dentistry, implantology and forensic orantology. The past decade has witnessed many new dental colleges coming up. Still, there is immense scope for dental surgeons in view of the high incidence of dental problems. There is one dentist on a population of approximately 26,000 in the urban areas, and one on a population of 3 lakh in rural areas. Dentistry in India is no more constrained to plucking out decayed tooth or filling up discolored teeth. There is an increasing curiosity among the youth, particularly girls to take up dentistry as a chosen area of profession. Policy makers are either unaware or not interested in the lack of adequate opportunities for the graduates that roll out of dental colleges. Since many of these trained hands are either deprived of opportunities or severely underpaid, they cease to work or switch to various other professions. India has more than 250 dental institutions, producing 15,000 to 20,000 BDS graduates every year. There has been phenomenal expansion in the facilities for Professional education, Medical, Dental, and Technical Management etc. In the expanded professional education, we have today a large numbers of privately run and self financial institutions operating in different parts of the Country. There is a very good scope and new entrepreneurs should venture into this field.
Plant capacity: 100 Students in Dental College 4 year course with Dental CollegePlant & machinery: 674 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 1642 Lakhs
Return: 50.00%Break even: 43.00%
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Biomass Power Generation Plant - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

Biomass is biological material derived from living, or recently living organisms. In the context of biomass for energy this is often used to mean plant based material, but biomass can equally apply to both animal and vegetable derived materials. Biomass is a plant matter used to generate electricity or produce heat, usually by direct incineration. Examples include forest residues (such as dead trees, branches and tree stumps), yard clippings, wood chips and even municipal solid waste. In the second sense, biomass includes plant or animal matter that can be converted into fibers or other industrial chemicals, including biofuels. Industrial biomass can be grown from numerous types of plants including nuscanthus thus, switch grass, hemp, corn, poplar, willow, sorghum, sugarcane and variety of tree species ranging from eucalyptus to oil plam. India’s energy development programme has been put to serve pressure with the ever increasing demand gap and mismatch of resources coupled with nonuniform growth curve. Increase in demand for energy due to rapid industrialization and growing population, constraint of financial resources for enhancing infrastructure use facility, limited reserves of coal and fossil fuels the challenges faced by India in the management and development of the power sector. There are good scope for biomass power plant in India. So new entrepreneur entered in this field will be successful. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Agrawal Oil Extractions Ltd. Ankit Metal & Power Ltd. Davangere Sugar Co. Ltd. H P L Cogeneration Ltd. M S P Steel & Power Ltd. Nava Bharat Ventures Ltd. Parrys Sugar Industries Ltd. S R H H L Industries Ltd. Sree Metaliks Ltd. Sree Rayalaseema Alkalies & Allied Chemicals Ltd. Sunflag Iron & Steel Co. Ltd. T C P Ltd.
Plant capacity: 1 MWPlant & machinery: 373 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 543 Lakhs
Return: 50.00%Break even: 51.00%
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INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE (I.T.I.) - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Working Capital Requirement, Plant Layout

India has one of the largest technical manpower in the world. However, compared to its population it is not significant and there is a tremendous scope of improvement in this area. In India, the emphasis has been on general education, with vocational education at the receiving end. This has resulted in large number of educated people remaining unemployed. This phenomenon has now been recognized by the planners and hence there is a greater thrust on vocationalization of education. Another shortcoming in the area of technical and vocational education is that till now, the number of engineers graduating is more than the diploma holders. This is creating an imbalance, as more workforces are required at the lower level. Hence more polytechnics and Institute for Industrial Training (ITIs) are being opened now. The growth of Technical Education before independence in the Country has been very slow Due to efforts and initiatives taken during successive Five Year Plans and particularly due to policy changes in the eighties to allow participation of Private and Voluntary Organizations in the setting up of Technical Institutions on self-financing basis, the growth of Technical Education has been phenomenal. Prior to independence, the growth of institutions of higher education in India was very slow and diversification in areas of studies was very limited. After independence, the number of institutions has increased significantly. There are today, 214 universities and equivalent institutions including 116 general universities, 12 science and technology universities, 7 open universities, 33 agricultural universities, 5 women’s universities, 11 language universities, and 11 medical universities. Capacity : 3600 Students per Annum 29 Trades 1 Trade 6 month Duration 16 Trade 1 Year Duration 12 Trade 2 Year Duration 120 Students Each Trade
Plant capacity: -Plant & machinery: 300 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 988 Lakhs
Return: 34.00%Break even: 47.00%
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CBSE PRIMARY SCHOOL - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Working Capital Requirement, Plant Layout, Cost of Project

PROFILE The Central Board of Secondary Education (abbreviated CBSE) is a Board of Education for public and private schools, under the Union Government of India. CBSE affiliates all Kendriya Vidyalayas, all Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools, and most of the schools approved by central government of India. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is contemplating extending grading system till class VIII. The system is already in place in Delhi schools up till class V. CBSE Board has decided to introduce. Seven points grading systems & has asked for the opinion of various school in the regard. But the process is still in the planning stage and all options are being weighed. This model would be based on the absolute model of grading, which would also be differential for different subjects and based on a non uniform bandwidth. Some schools have also reiterated the need for training of teachers to grade if the system is implemented after the primary level. NORMS AND STANDARDS TO BE FULFILLED BY EVERY SCHOOL: (i) Pupil teacher ratios at primary and upper primary level (ii) building norms to provide for all weather building, barrier free access, separate toilets for boys and girls, safe drinking water, kitchen facility, play ground, etc. (iii) minimum number of working days (iv) minimum number of working hours per week per teacher (v) teacher learning equipment (vi) Library (vii) play material, games and sports equipment. Educational system in Indian Market India is predominantly a higher education market, approximately 70 per cent postgraduate, 30 per cent undergraduate. While the further education market is still relatively small, there is potential for growth, as there is a greater need for skills in a more service sector led economy. CBSE Schools are present all over India because of the increasing demands and need for quality education. Therefore, it has become significant for the schools to get the affiliation from CBSE Board to get listed in the top schools of the country. The focus is on the broad dimensions and magnitude of the structure, organization and progress in education. Further it also highlights growth and priority areas in education in India that point to the challenges of the future. There are about 888 thousands educational institutions in the country with an enrollment of about 179 millions. Elementary Education System in India is the second largest in the World with 149.4 million children of 6 14 years enrolled and 2.9 million teachers. This is about 82% of the children in the age group. CBSE is a self financing body that takes into consideration the needs and requirements of the affiliated schools. CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) affiliation is the most popular school examination board. One can start with a primary school and later take CBSE affiliation for class 8th onwards. But, establishing a CBSE school from the very beginning guarantees a quality education and full support of the CBSE Board.
Plant capacity: 800Students/AnnumPlant & machinery: 193 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 818 Lakhs
Return: 37.00%Break even: 36.00%
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