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What is the Project Cost or Total Investment required for setting up a specific Project?
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Presented above is the range of total investment-wise distribution of 1650 Starred [*] Project Reports listed on the Web Site: http://www.financeman.org
‘Back of the envelope’ estimates of project cost or total investment for a typical year of full operations are given at the end of project names. Each of these projects is found viable at the levels of investment and operations underlying the project cost estimate. These ‘Back of the Envelope’ estimates should be used only as a rough Guide to Identify Projects. Exact amounts of project costs will be worked out only on receipt of confirmed orders.
CLASSIFICATION OF PROJECTS - RANGE OF TOTAL INVESTMENT-WISE:
The Projects are classified in this Guide within the investment ranges of:
i. Up to Rs. 500,000/-,
ii. Above Rs. 500,000/- and up to Rs. 1,000,000/-,
iii. Above Rs. 1,000,000/- and up to Rs. 2,500,000/-,
iv. Above Rs. 2,500,000/- and up to Rs. 5,000,000/-,
v. Above Rs. 5,000,000/- and up to Rs. 10,000,000/- and
vi. Above Rs. 10,000,000/- and up to Rs. 30,000,000/-.
The total investment includes Fixed Capital and Working Capital. In the case of Projects with S. Nos. showing (*), Fixed Capital includes cost of land and building. In the case of other Projects, the land and buildings are assumed as rented. Working capital represents roughly three months’ requirement of funds for meeting operating expenses. The project cost is estimated as the total investment requirement of funds assuming a full year of operations after commissioning the project.
The estimates of total investments should not discourage entrepreneurs of SME/SSI projects. The estimates of funds requirement will result in a sense of realism in place of an otherwise euphoric feeling among the promoters of new projects. The promoters, of course, have the flexibility of scheduling the projects in phases. They may also use just-in-time management practices to reduce the working capital requirement. By cutting down working capital needs to one month’s requirement and by arranging working capital loans accordingly, the project cost estimates can be drastically brought down. Accordingly, the promoters will be able to reduce the quantum of funds mobilization and utilization.
The promoters may note that, in the case of many raw materials-intensive projects, the working capital requirements exceed fixed capital requirements. For the benefit of entrepreneurs, the ratios between Fixed Capital (FC) and Working Capital (WC) are indicated at end of project names.
1) ‘Back of the envelope’ or rough estimate of project cost or total investment for each project for a typical year of full operation is shown at end of project names.
2) FINANCEMAN does not provide technology. Technology must be sourced from the machinery supplier. Alternatively, the promoters should associate a technologist during project implementation or appoint a technician trained by the machinery supplier. FINANCEMAN shall provide the names and addresses of machinery suppliers in the Project Report for SMEs/SSIs.
3)About 1650 Project Reports listed on our Website www.financeman.org with names prefixed with a [*] Star Mark are offered to entrepreneurs at a uniform professional fee of Rs. 10000/- per Project Report.
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