Status of Import and Availability of Fertilizers

          Urea is the only fertilizer under statutory price control and its import is restricted and permitted through State Trading Enterprises (STEs) namely MMTC Limited, State Trading Corporation Limited and Indian Potash Limited under the Foreign Trade Policy of the Government.  Urea for direct agricultural use is imported on Government account to bridge the gap between assessed demand and indigenous production. Government is also importing approximately 20 Lakh Metric Tonnes urea from Oman India Fertiliser Company (OMIFCO) under a Long Term Urea Off Take Agreement between GOI & OMIFCO. The import of urea from OMIFCO is made through M/s IFFCO & M/s KRIBHCO. The year-wise quantity and value of urea imported during the last three years and current year (up to June, 2015) are as under:-

 

Year

From OMIFCO

Through STE

Total Urea Imported

Value

(LMT)

(LMT)

(LMT)

(Million US$)

2012-13

18.33

62.11

80.44

3,009.49

2013-14

21.21

49.68

70.89

1,968.36

2014-15

14.63

72.86

87.49

2,477.27

2015-16*

5.15

9.57

14.72

355.05

* upto June, 2015

 

Import of fertilizers (other than Urea) is free, commonly known as Open General Licence (OGL). Various companies import these fertilizers as per their commercial judgement. Government do not maintain the value of these imports. The year-wise details of quantity of P&K fertilizers imported during the last three years and current year (up to June, 2015) areas under:-

 

 

                                                                                  <Figures in Lakh MT>

Year

DAP

NPK

MOP#

2012-13

57.02

4.05

24.95

2013-14

32.61

3.62

31.80

2014-15

38.53

2.91

41.97

2015-16*

25.50

3.20

6.69

* upto June, 2015

# MOP includes both for use as direct application as well as NPK manufacture.

The countries from where the fertilizers have been imported during the last three years and current year are Australia, Belarus, China, Canada, CIS, Estonia, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Morocco, Oman, Russia, S. Arabia, Spain, Ukraine, USA and Vietnam.

            Adequate urea and other fertilizers were available during the rabi, 2014-15 and Kharif, 2015 season. The details are as below:

 

<Figures in LMT>

Rabi 2014-15

Fertilizer

Requirement

Availability

Sales

Urea

160.11

170.09

168.79

P&K

113.49

108.46

99.27

 

<Figures in LMT>

Kharif 2015

Fertilizer

Requirement

(April-June,15)

Pre-positioning Feb-Mar,15

Opening Stock as on 01.0415

Fresh Receipt

Availability

(prepositioning in Feb/Mar, 15)

Sales

(Apl-Jun, 2015)

Urea

73.29

24.80

1.30

71.58

97.69

70.20

P&K

58.36

11.98

9.20

49.91

80.11

44.13

Total

131.65

36.78

10.50

121.49

177.80

114.33

 

 

            The Fertiliser (Control) Order (FCO), 1985 has been promulgated under section 3 of the Essential Commodities Act (ECA), 1955 to regulate quality of fertilizers. At present, there are 78 notified Fertilizer Quality control Laboratories (FQCLs) in the country. The fertilizer inspectors of the Central government draw the samples of imported fertilizers from the ships/containers at ports and send the samples to CFQC&TI and its three regional centres for testing. The fertiliser inspectors of State Governments draw the samples from the dealers/wholesalers and send the samples to their State Government laboratories for testing. The laboratories analyze the samples as per the test procedures prescribed in the FCO and these procedures are as per international recognized standards/methods.

 

            Government is always encouraging production of fertilizers in the country to achieve self-sufficiency. The Government has notified the New Investment Policy (NIP) 2008 and 2012 on 4th September, 2008 and 2nd January, 2013 respectively and Modified New Pricing Scheme (NPS)-III on 2nd April, 2014 to facilitate extra domestic production of urea and for fresh investment in urea sector to reduce India’s import dependency.

PROGRESSIVE MSME CLUB for Integrated Finance Management

Doing Business in India is very challenging in current scenario. There are more than 1138 Acts, Thousands of rules, sanctuaries of departments, Dozens of Tax Authorities dominating the future of business. Learning and remembering all of these may require 5 to 10 years of formal education but entrepreneur should know and focus on their core competencies. They required additional hands for such statutory obligation. It’s quite unpractical to hire specialist for each unproductive works just to follow statutory obligation.

 

For doing Such activities most of the MSME is incurring the expenses (As may be applicable) like:

 

SR No.

Type Of Services

Aprox Market Rate

1

Salary of an Accountant

1,10,000/- to 2,50,000/- P.A. per Company

2

Statuary Audit

15,000/-  to 25,000/- P.A. per Company

3

Tax Audit

15,000/-  to 25,000/- P.A. per Company

4

Internal Audit

20,000/- to 30,000/- P.M. per Company

5

Management Audit

20,000/-  to 35,000/- P.M. per Company

6

Income Tax Return Filing  (For Salaried Person)

500/- per return  P.A.

7

Income Tax Return Filing (Other than Salaried Person)

1500/- to 3500/-  per Return P.A.

8

Service Tax/ Excise Return

1500/- to 3500/-  Per Return P.A.

9

Sales Tax Return

4000/- to 7500/-  P.A.

10

ROC Compliances

15000/- to 35,000/-  P.A.

11

NSIC/DIC Registration

3000/- to 5000/-

12

Other Compliances like Refunds & Rebates, certification of various docs, Tax planning  & Obtaining various registration

Subjective upon amount & area of work

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

But to invest such huge expenses for such non-productive activity is difficult to manage. MSMEs, even though are incurring huge expenses and investment directly or indirectly in such activities, are not getting their books as per mark i.e. not bankable or suitable for tenders to meet their future requirements. Now, with consideration to all hurdles & needs of MSME, Shiva Consultancy Group has formulated specialized professional services suitable for all types of MSMEs in India by the concept of PROGRESSIVE MSME CLUB, where you can avail following benefits under single roof to achieve your future requirements & goals.

 

PROGRESSIVE MSME CLUB”, along with its identified team from the organization can takes the responsibilities to undertake the following major activities for your organization:

 
MANAGEMENT AUDIT, STATUTORY AUDIT, TAX AUDIT, INTERNAL AUDIT
INVESTMENT , WEALTH & PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
TIMELY FILING OF ALL TAX RETURNS, ROC FILING 
FUND RAISING – DEBT / EQUITY
CALCULATION OF ADVANCE TAXES
STRATEGIC PLANNING
ALL STATUTORY LICENSE & REGISTRATION
PREPARATION OF  FINANCIAL PROPOSAL & CMA-DATA
PREPARATION OF RECORDS FOR CENVAT 
DEBT RESTRUCTURING & ALTERNATE FUNDING
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Here by choosing our Integrated Finance Management Services as per your membership criteria ,you can also avail services Like: 
 
Ø  One dedicated Account Executive for regular data entry.
Ø  One dedicated Auditor for management audit, Internal audit as may be applicable. 
Ø  One cost accountant (ICWA) for Cost Audit if needed.
Ø  Support of full time C.S. for ROC Related Work.
Ø  Support of Lawyer (LLM) for drafting legal documents.
Ø  Support of sectorial expert for advice of government benefits.
Ø  Support of Sales tax Expert for regular filing of sales tax.
Ø  Support of Excise\Service tax Expert
Ø  Support of financial advisor for better financial planning considering your future goal.
Ø  Support of marketing Expert to design your Marketing strategy.
 
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Managing your CIBIL Score for Proper Banking & Finance

Now a days most of us are aware of use of CIBIL Score for availing any finance from any financial Institutes. Credit Information Bureau (India) Limited or CIBIL is a Credit Information Company (CIC) founded in August 2000. Post Inception, CIBIL is playing critical role in India’s financial system. CIBIL collects and maintains records of an individual‘s payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. These records are submitted to CIBIL by banks and other lenders, on a monthly basis. This information is then used to create Credit Information Reports (CIR) and credit scores which are provided to lenders in order to help evaluate and approve loan applications.

The credit score helps loan providers quickly determine, who they would like to evaluate further to provide credit. The CIBIL TransUnion Score ranges from 300 to 900. CIBIL data indicates that loan providers prefer a credit scores which are greater than 750. Once the loan provider has decided which set of loan applicants to evaluate, it analyzes the CIR in order to determine the applicant’s eligibility. Eligibility basically means the applicants ability to take additional debt and repay additional outflows given their current commitments. Post completion of these first 2 steps the loan provider will request for the applicants income proof and other relevant documents in order to finally sanction the loan. Since, the credit score and CIR not only helps loan providers identify consumers who are likely to be able to pay back their loans, but also helps them to do this more quickly and economically. This translates into faster loan approvals.

The biggest impact of the CIR is that it makes your payment history (or ‘creditworthiness’) available to a lender, when you apply for a new loan or credit card. To gauge Clients credit eligibility (i.e. will he make the monthly payments regularly?), the bank requests CIBIL for his Credit Score and CIR. The information in the CIR contains details of all the loans and credit cards availed by him and how he has been repaying his instalments or dues. The consumer, for instance, may have existing home or auto loans with different banks. Banks submit monthly reports of their customers’ payment histories to CIBIL, making it easier for banks to judge customers’ creditworthiness. The lenders would charge a higher interest rate to all borrowers to compensate for the possible default of a small portion of the loans disbursed. Individuals who meet their obligations appropriately thus build ‘reputational collateral’ with lenders. This reputational collateral- in turn- helps individuals to avail of better terms with a lender.

The CIR is a month-on-month record of your loan-related EMI payments and/ or credit card payments. It does not include your investment or savings details. Loans include home loans, personal loans, automobile loans and overdraft facilities. Other information included in a CIR are Personal information such as your name, date of birth, address and identification numbers like PAN, passport number, voters number and telephone number as reported by member banks and credit institutions, Account information such as type of credit availed (various loans, credit card etc), the size of loan/ credit card limit, outstanding current balance, overdue amount, number of days a payment is overdue, status (written off/ settled), etc. Number of ‘Enquiries’ made by banks about your credit profile- An “Enquiry” is created on your CIR every time the lender requests CIBIL for your CIR (this usually happens when a consumer applies for credit).

Ways to improve your Score :

· Please have faith on yourself, you are not beggar. You are willing to avail any finance to support your financial requirements by paying hefty fees, interest etc.. so all the lenders are business entity relying on we consumers. We are the only source of Income for them. They are lending you to do their business, to generate their income and profit out of lending made to you. Just due to few 3% to 5 % defaulters none of the financial Institution is having any right to treat 97% consumers in the same line of wilful defaulters.

· Please purchase your own CIBIL Score online from www.cibil.com by paying Rs. 470/- online for personal score and suitable fees for your companies/ business score every year, the way you file Income tax returns every year.

· Based on information being provided in your report, please verify each and every transactions if its right or wrong. If any information found wrong, please raise dispute online immediately from the same web address ( Link given thereon)

· To improve your score, please don’t share/ Sign any KYC documents with any lenders without clear-cut discussions on type of loan they are offering, minimum credit score they consider, tenure of loan, Rate of Interest, Processing Fees and other hidden charges, escalation of RoI in future, type of security they are willing to etc…

o If everything found suitable as per your need then only submit any documents

o Or else they will do CIBIL inquiry and offer unsuitable products or reject your specific requirement.

o This in turn can reflect in your CIBIL Report card as Inquiry generated for XXX amount for YYYY product by AAAA Financial Institution on DDMMYYYY.

o It is not so simple as it looks- Implication of each inquiry in your report is treated seriously by most of the lending institution as negative and it also reduce your score after each unsuccessful inquiry.

· Please take care on paying the Installments on time – CIBIL Keeps and Shows data of minimum 36 to 48 months of your repayment history in its report, figures shown in cells indicates delay in payment dates, XXX means not reported by lender, 000 is on time, STD is standard etc… Please clarify any differences in actual and reported figures with your bank and raise dispute on CIBIL for necessary corrections in your report immediately.

· Always check Information like Credit Limit, High Credit/ Sanctioned Amount, Current Balance, Cash Limit, Amount Overdue, Rate of Interest, Repayment Tenure, EMI Amount, Payment Frequency, Actual Payment Amount, Date Opened/ Disbursed, Date of Last Payment, Date Closed, Date Reported and Certified, payment Start date and Payment end date for each and every account shown in your credit report. Many of the time mainly in case of big nationalised banks duplication of entries and faulty reports are found in many reports and they effected adversely in clients immediate loan requirements of the hour.

· Now by using the tool you can judge your own creditworthiness suitably for lending institutions and take decision to choose your suitable lending institution well in time to switchover bad lenders.

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Implementation of Forest Rights Act and Forest Dwellers Act

 

As per the information available with the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, the States have progressed in varying degrees in implementation of the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006. As per the information collected from the State/UT Governments, till 31 October, 2011, more than 31.49 lakh claims have been filed and more than 12.30 lakh titles have been distributed under the Act. More than 13 thousand titles were ready for distribution.
The Ministry of Tribal Affairs has notified the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Rules, 2008 on 1 January, 2008 for implementing the provisions of the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006.
The Forest Rights Act, 2006 was notified for operation with effect from 31 December, 2007. As per the provisions of the Act and the Rules framed thereunder, the responsibility for implementation of the Act lies with the State/UT Governments. The details of the claims filed, titles distributed, claims rejected and disposed off under the Act since operationalisation of the Act and upto till 31 October, 2011 are: – out of a total number of 28,08,494 claims disposed of, 15,77,829 claims (56.18%) were rejected.
The above information was given by the Minister of State for Tribal Affairs Shri Mahadeo Singh Khandela in written reply in the Rajya Sabha today.

Proposed Export of Wheat from India

Today we received a socking news from News Media that Govt Of India is seriously thinking the start the export of Wheat by showing n numbers of regions. But the basic questions are unanswered and unquestioned to Mr. Sharad Pawar and so called Secretaries of Agriculture department –

1. Despite of Supreme courts verdict of food security and minimizing the storage and transportation losses of Food Grains – which are the steps our government has taken up?

2. The supply pool is highest in the month of February to May-June every year due to fresh harvest of wheat across country. Hence proper price mechanism is required to be taken care in this duration like opening of exports etc.. so that our farmer can get at least optimal price for the produce they’ve grown for the nation and feed our hunger. despite of that every year government comes up with unrealistic regulations like hoarding, quota etc.… which forces the market to reduce the purchase price and reduce the purchasing from the market and result in higher supply than demand and finally resulting in less realisation of value of produce by farmers.

3. Opening of export in July-Aug etc.… will lead the farmers adversely in wrong direction of decision making as the price of commodity in market will shoot up in this duration up to Oct Nov … and hence most of the farmers in major area can grow the Wheat – this will result in bumper production and by showing the Bumper production most of the traders and middleman can again control the market by reducing the price of wheat as a result of higher supply than demand.

4. Since last many years farmers are doing suicide due to unrealistic planning of Government till today. It happened in the time of Raja maharaja, Britishers rule and even today after 63 years of Independence.

5. Why our farmer doesn’t have control and decision making on the produce being produced by him/  her/ them?

6. Its need of the time to increase the storage capacity for additional space for at least in the limit of the produce targeted to keep in buffer stocks. If somebody wish to see the ugly face of seriousness of government towards food security they should visit at least any one Godown of FCI without giving notice to them.

Hope and praying the god to give some knowledge and sentiments in bureaucrats and politicians towards the national interest before making any such decisions.

contact : rksjha@gmail.com

List of clearances required for Power Plant

List of clearances required for Power Plant

1) Industrial Entrepreneur Memorandum acknowledgement given by Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

2) Memorandum of understanding to be signed with State Govt.

3) Land Acquisition for Power Plant, Ash Dyke, Dam site, colony, Coal handling, cross country pipeline, coal conveyor etc. which comprises of following type of lands

i. Govt land

ii. Private land

iii. Forest land

Procedure for Land Acquisition

i) Government land

a. Identify the land coming under project site

b. Meet the patwari of that particular village on which particular land is coming and then prepare Khasra Map indicating various location of the land

c. List the name of owners coming under that particular area based on Khasra Mapping

d. After preparation of list of land owners a No Objection Certificate is to be obtained from Local Gram Panchayat.

e. With all the above-mentioned information i.e. Khasra Map, List of land Owners, NOC from Gram Panchayat, Land Diversion application if forest or agricultural land is coming under construction.

f. With all the information sited above:- Local Government issue Section-4 Notification stating that so and so govt land is to be acquired by the Project Owner and if any one of the land owner having any sort of objection can write to them with in 30 days of date of issue of Notification. If any objection is received with the time frame specified by the govt. than the issue shall be discussed and resolved through public hearing.

g. Based on the evaluation cost of land required by the Owner (Non forest and non Agricultural) and application fee for diversion of forest or agricultural land, Govt decides the total amount to be paid by the land user and request to deposit the actual cost to the govt.

h. Once the applicable fees is paid, govt issues Section 6 stating the given land is acquired by the ultimate user and issues payment cheques to various land owners who had sell their land.

i. Once section 6 is issued, the land is presumed to be under custody of the Owner.

ii) Private Land

a) Acquisition of private land is similar to acquisition of Govt land and procedure indicated in sl no. a,b & c for acquisition of govt land is same.

b) Further, after preparation of list of land owners, direct dealing with the land owner with negotiations can be performed to purchase the land.

c) Once the desired land is purchased, than the same shall be communicated to the local government for their information and records.

iii) Forest land

a) Diversion of forest is required and permission from regional MoEF is required if the land is < 5 Ha and if the land is more than 5 Ha then clearance from central MoEF is required. For details please refer Annexure-A

4) Environmental Clearance for Power Plant, Dam, Coal Mines and other requirement etc.

a. State Pollution Conservation board (SCPB). If the investment involved in the Green field project is less than Rs.100.00 Crore or project cost of expansion of existing plant is less than 50 crore than in that case only State Pollution Conservation Board Clearance is sufficient and we need not to go to MoEF for environmental clearance, however, if the project cost is more than 100 Crore or cost of expansion of existing plant is more than 50 Crore or the location of plant involves two or more states or forest land is coming under the circumference of 25 kms from the project site then in that case MoEF clearance is required.

b. Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF). For MOEF clearance following procedures has to be done

i. Phase-I Screening : Submit the application for Site clearance to MoEF. If the site clearance is not granted than search for alternative site and again submit the application for site clearance.

ii. The site clearance provided by MoEF have certain conditions, if the site selected meet all the conditions than proceed for Environmental Clearance Phase-II (Siting, EIA report Preparation, public hearing etc)

iii. Phase-II:-

1. Step-1 Base line data collection

2. Step-2 EIA report preparation and other approvals including Central Regulation Zone (CRZ) for coastal area.

a. If Diversion of Forest < 5 Ha is involved than apply for regional MoEF however , for forest area > 5 Ha apply to Central MoEF clearance.

b. If use of ground water is involved than a hydrological report is to be submitted along with EC applicatio.

c. Obtain Approvals for Electricity, Water Supply (Ground Water Board or irrigation Department or Municipal Corporation etc.) and Explosives Storage/Hazardous substances (if applicable)

d. Finalize Application and Environmental Appraisal Questionnaire

3. Step 3

a. Public Hearing required

b. Submit requisite number of copies of executive summary.

c. Submit one copy of EIA, air and water consent application Form-1 and Form-13

d. Advertise and conduct public hearing by SPCB.

e. Obtain details of public hearing.

f. Obtain NOC from SPCB

g. The above-mentioned Step 3 involves approx 60 days.

iv. Phase-III

1. Step-1

a. Submission of Documents (EIA– 20 copies, EMP, NOC, Public Hearing details, DPR) to MoEF

2. Step 2

a. Review by IAA

b. If IAA feels that the data provided in sufficient than, the expert committee will submit their assessment over the report and application.

3. Step- 3

a. Expert committee will submit their recommendation to IAA.

4. Step- 4

a. If the project is accepted than MoEF clearance is granted for 5 years, however, if the case is rejected than case is closed. Reconsideration may be considered in some cases.

5. Step 1 to 3 requires approx 90 days and step 4 requires approx 30 days.

3. Water Drawl Permission.

a. Drawl from Perennial River:- Approval from State Govt in which river is falling. Data such as Water feasibility Report, Guage Discharge and Index MAP indicating the location of Power Plant, River pump house etc. to be submitted to Principal Secretary, Water Resource Department for state clearance.

b. If, more than one state is involved in drawl of water from the river then in such case permission from Central Water Commission (CWC) is required.

c. If construction of Dam is required, Construction of Dam Permission, Water Drawl Permission, Royalties to be paid etc.

4. Fuel Linkage Clearance

a. If coal is to brought from outside agency i.e. no captive coal mine is allocated than permission for coal linkage is required, which involves following procedures

i. Permission for railway sidings in case rail transportation is required from the nearest railway line.

ii. Way of right for railway sidings

iii. Three Party agreement etc.

b. Allotment of coal blocks as per the requirement from Coal Ministry, Govt of India.

c. Coal Mining Plan is to be prepared and approved from State Govt.

5. Civil Aviation Clearance for construction of any sky rise building including chimney from Airport Authority of India.

6. Permission from State Govt for Construction Power.

7. Permission from State Govt for Construction Water.

8. Permission for Use for explosives

9. Consent to Establish from the State Environmental Board for setting up the thermal Power Plant.

10. Consent to Operate and maintain from the State Environmental Board for setting up the thermal Power Plant.

 

List of Clearances Required for Power Projects

Sl.No

ITEM

AGENCY

REMARKS

STATUTORY CLEARANCES

1.

COST ESTIMATESAny Power project involving capital expenditure exceeding the limit fixed by Govt. Needs to be scrutinised by CEA for examination of salient features and benefits which may accrue therefrom

CEA

Required under Section 29 of Electricity (Supply) Act, 1948 (E/S)Act, 1948.

2.

TECHNO-ECONOMIC CLEARANCE/ CONCURRENCE OF CEA:By CEA after examination of

  1. River works/dams to be put up for hydro and for water availability for thermal plants.
  2. Greatest possible economic output of electric power.
  3. Transmission lines and Systems.
  4. Reasonableness of the Scheme
  5. Site location for optimum utilisation of fuel resources, distance from load centres, transportation facilities, water availability and environmental considerations.

CEA

Under section 30 of Electricity (Supply) Act,  1948 SEBs/ State Govts . Concerned Ministries of Coal,  Petroleum & Natural Gas,  Railways Surface Transport.

3.

PUBLICATION Schemes to be published in the Official Gazette/ local newspapers as the generating company may consider necessary along with a notice for at least two months and modification if any consequent to public representation.

State Govts

Section 29 clause (2),(3),(4) and (6) ES Act, 1948State Govts.

4.

WATER AVAILABILITY:

State Govt. CWC

Interaction between State Govt.=s Deptts & CWC required.Relevant Irrigation Act of the State & Central / Water Commission

5.

SEB CLEARANCE

SEB State Govt.

Sec 44 E/S Act, 1948

6.

POLLUTION CLEARANCE WATER AND AIR

SPCB

Water Prevention & Control Pollution Act 1974 Air/Prevention & Control of Pollution Act 1981

7.

FOREST CLEARANCE

State Govt Min.of E&F

Coordination with State Forest Deptt. Min. of Environment & Forest (regarding Forest Conservation Act 1980)

8.

ENVIRONMENT & FOREST CLEARANCE

– do –

As per item 6, 7 & Govt. Policy in force

9.

CIVIL AVIATION CLEARANCE FOR CHIMNEY HEIGHT

National Airport Authority

10.

REGISTRATION OF COMPANY

Registrar of Comp-anies

Under Indian Companies Act, 1956

11.

REHABILITATION & RESETTLEMENT OF DISPLACED FAMILIES BY LAND ACQUISITION

MoEF/State Govt.

12.

HYDRO PROJECTS(MINI-MICRO)

Ministry of Water Resources

Under Relevant Acts.

13.

EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT

DGTD/ CCI&E*

Import & Export Acts.

NON-STATUTORY CLEARANCES

14.

LAND AVAILABILITY

State Govt.

15.

FUEL LINKAGE

Deptt of Coal,Deptt. of Petroleum & Natural Gas

16.

FINANCING

CEA, Deptt. of Power, Deptt of Eco. Affairs,Financial Institutions

17

TRANSPORTATION OF FUEL

Deptt of Coal,Min. of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Ministry of Railways, Shipping & Surface Transport

* Not required any more

For Further Details and assistance contact : info@shivagroup.org.in

Set-up Bamboo Fiber Manufacturing Unit in Bihar & Eastern India

TRANSFORMING NATURAL RESOURCES TO SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF AREA –

SCG Proposal for Bamboo Fibre Mfg unit in Bihar

  • NO
  • SUBSIDY BURDEN ON GOVERNMENT

  • NO NEED TO MAINTAIN DIARIES, LEDGERS ETC… OF DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITY
  • MINIMIZE CHANCES OF CORRUPTION IN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
  • DEVELOP THE STATES SOCIOECONOMIC STAUS BY TECHNO-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY OF – UNIQUE BAMBOO BASED FIBRE UNITS AND MAKE BIHAR SELF RELIANT IN TEXTILE BUSINESS – SECOND LARGEST CONTRIBUTOR OF GDP
Prevailing Practices :
USAGES MOSTLY FOR HANDICRAFTS, COTTAGE HOUSING, FURNITURE, CRAFTS , TOYS ETC… BUT NO SCOPE FOR VALUE ADDITION TO TEXTILE SEGMENT BY PROMOTING FIBER MANUFACTURING UNITS
NO SUBSTANTIAL UNITS TO MANUFACTURE AND MARKET BAMBOO PROCESSED FIBRE IN INDIA UNLIKE CHINA
LOW PRICE REALISATION TO THE GROWERS WITH LIMITED DEMAND OF RAW MATERIAL AND END USE
LOW EMPLOYMENT
Proposed :
VALUE ADDITION TO GENERATE BAMBOO FIBRES OF 1.38 Denier x 38 mm Length FOR ITS FURTHER USAGE TO TEXTILE SEGMENTS – SPINNING, WEAVING, KNITTING, etc..
SCOPE TO DEVELOP A UNIQUE FIBRE MANUFACTURING UNIT OF BAMBOO FIBRE FOR THE  LARGEST TEXTILE SEGMENT OF INDIA
BETTER PRICE REALISATION TO GROWERS DUE TO VALUE ADDITION AND CONTINUOUS & HIGH DEMAND BEING CREATED IN TEXTILE
HIGH AVENUE FOR EMPLOYMENT GENERATION
THE PROPOSAL :
SETTING UP THE STATE OF THE ART SPINNING UNIT OF 25,200 SPINDLES of BAMBOO FIBRE YARN
REVIVAL OF EXISTING SICK UNITS BY CHANGE IN PRODUCT MIX.
  • CAN HELP TO GENERATE DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF 250 MANPOWERS IN AREA and INDIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF 10000 FAMILIES in Bamboo Production, Fiber Production and Allied activities
  • NEED 20 acres land and 3 MW Power to run the unit
  • Investment upto Rs. 5500 Lakhs ( indicative)
  • Presently farmers are getting around Rs. 75 to 90 Rs. For Bamboo Plant weighing 20 to 25 Kgs each
  • Bamboo Fiber yield is around 90% of Bamboo Weight by Chemical/ mechanical process ( may be developed as Courtyard Industry)
  • Price of Bamboo Fiber in Domestic Market is Rs. 115/ Kg  i.e. much less than cotton Fiber available at Rs. 138 per Kg now a days
  • Demand of Bamboo Fiber & other eco fiber is increasing  day by day
  • Price of Ne 30 /1 – 70% Bamboo Yarn is around Rs. 325/ Kg compared to Rs. 215 per Kg of cotton yarn
Bihar – Blessed By Bamboo –
  • About 40000 Ha of Land under cultivation of Bamboo Trees in Bihar
  • Species available in bihar are Bambusa Bambos & Bambusa Balcoa
  • Grows rapidly than tress and start to yield within 4- 5 years of planting
  • Growth varies on types of species and size ranges from Miniature to towering culmn 60 mtrs
  • Environment friendly, Generates more oxygen and critical element in the balancing of O2/ CO 2 in atmosphere
  • It prevents land and soil erosions, lowers light intensity and protects against Uv rays
Bamboo Species Available in Eastern India

BAMBUSA BALCOA

Distribution:  : North East India including West Bengal. Also cultivated in Bihar, Orissa, Jharkhand and Uttrakhand.

Altitude  :  Upto 600 m.

Flowering  :  35-45 years

Characteristic features
1. Height – Upto 25m tall.
2. Diameter – 12-18 cms.
3. Colour – Dark Bottle Green.

Uses
1. Edible shoots.
2. Good for making small bridges, houses, furniture etc.
3. Construction, scaffolding, ladders.
4. For making stick (agarbatti sticks).
5. Rawmaterial for pulp and pare industries.
6. Excellent for Handicrafts.

BAMBUSA BAMBOS

Distribution:  Throughout India, more common in central and south India.

Altitude  : Upto 1000 m

Flowering : 20 -25 years.

Characteristic features
1. HEIGHT – Culms Up to 25 m tall.
2. DIAMETER- 10-15 cm.
3. COLOUR – Dark green.

Uses
1. Thatching and roofing
2. Leaves are used as fodder and medicine.
3. Raw material for pulp and paper Industries.
4. River bank stabilization, soil and water conservation.
5. Good species for boundary fencing.

SocioEconomic & Ecological Balance :

  1. Lack of captive farming in the project area has led to fast depletion of bamboo plantation and at present, a mature bamboo weighing about 20-25kg is available at Rs 75-90. Bamboo is being imported from neighbouring states like Bengal, Assam and Tripura
  2. At present, about 65 per cent of the natural resource is not utilised to the maximum in CPC
  3. A 1kg bundle generally contains 5,500 to 6,000 sticks and the price varies between Rs 22 and Rs 27 per kg. One 20kg bamboo is being procured at an average cost of Rs 20 to 25 and at 35 per cent optimum level of finished products, each bamboo gives around 7kg sticks
  4. Bamboo fiber is a unique biodegradable textile material. As a natural cellulose fiber it can be 100% biodegraded in soil by microorganisms and sunshine. The decomposition process does not cause any pollution in the environment. Bamboo fiber is praised as the natural, green and eco-friendly new-type textile raw material of the 21st century. Properties like softness, anti-bacteria, great lustre and hand add to the benefits.
  1. HIGHER MOISTURE REGAIN %age IN COMPARE TO COTTON
  2. HIGHER ABSORBILITY CYCLE FREQUENCY
  3. FINE FEEL AND LUSTOROUS APPEARANCE
  4. BLENDING WITH OTHER FIBRES LIKE COTTON, VISCOSE, POLYESTER, OTHER FIBRES
  5. FULLY BIO DEGRADABLE & ECOFRIENDLY
HIGH VALUE ADDED YARN USED FOR
  1.  MEDICAL APPRONS, BANDAGES, GLOVES ETC
  2.  INNER GARMENTS
  3.  SPORTS WEAR
  4.  INFANT BABY WEARS
  5.  TOWELS & HOME FURNISHING
Ecological Rebuilding :
ÒBamboo forest is an important forest type in subtropical and tropical areas. Due to its biological characteristic and growth habits, bamboo is not only an ideal economic investment that can be utilized in many different manners but also has enormous potential for alleviating many environmental problems facing the world today. This review describes ecological functions of the bamboo forest on soil erosion control, water conservation, land rehabilitation, and carbon sequestration
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ÒEROSION CONTROL
ÉBamboo is an ideal plant for erosion control. Every bamboos spread out forming a dense, underground network of rhizomes and roots making a very effective barrier to erosion. Planted along streams or gullies it can help to stabilize the sides.

WATER RECHARGE CAPACITY

Bamboo is also good for recharge the water in the soil, bamboo has the fibers root system and its rhizome and roots doesn’t go deep in the ground and for the growth it requires lots of water, during the rainy season it absorbs lots of water in its fibers root system and results in lifting the water level up.

Recent research has also suggested that bamboo can sequester up to 12 tones of carbon from air per hectare which is definitely a huge potential. Again, more than 90% of bamboo carbon can be sequestered in a range of durable products which are obviously long lasting and can store carbon for a long term. It can also be used as an alternative of fossil fuel which is another ‘green factor’ associated with this miracle plant.

Recent research has also suggested that bamboo can sequester up to 12 tones of carbon from air per hectare which is definitely a huge potential. Again, more than 90% of bamboo carbon can be sequestered in a range of durable products which are obviously long lasting and can store carbon for a long term. It can also be used as an alternative of fossil fuel which is another ‘green factor’ associated with this miracle plant.

ABOUT US :

Mr. Ashwin Parekh :(1980 ONWARD TILL DATE) 30 yrs Mr. Rakesh Jha : ( 1998 ONWARDS TILL DATE ) 13 years
RBA TEXTILES PVT LTD – Project ConsultantM/S ARUNODAYA MILLS, MORBI……… VICE PRESIDENT

M/S TAICHONBANG TEXTILE IND. LTD…SR. GEN. MGR./ADVISOR

M/S GUJARAT AMBUJA COTSPIN LTD(100%EOU)…SR. GEN MGR.(P&QA)

M/S AMIT SPINNING IND. LTD.(KOLHAPUR)…… DGM (TECH)

M/S INDO COUNT IND. LTD (KOLHAPUR) ………MANG. REP./ R & D

M/S THE SURAT DIST. CO.OP. SPG.MILLS SURAT……TECH. OFFICER/ Q.A INCHARGE

M/S RELIANCE TEXTILE INDUSTRIES LTD.. A”BAD …OFFICER R &D

M/s Drishti Biotech Pvt Ltd –Ahmedabad as Chief Executive OfficerM/s Kotak Mahindra Bank –Mumbai –as Regional Manager –Commodity Finance

M/s National Bulk Handling Corporation (MCX) as Manager-Business Development

M/s PI Industries Ltd –Gurgaon as Product Development Manager ( Seeds)

M/s Seminis Vevetable Seeds –Pune as Regional Head ( MP & CG)

M/s Cyanamid Agro Ltd –Mumbai as Sales Officer

For further Details Please contact us on : info@shivagroup.org.in

Setting Up 25200 Spindle Cotton Spinning Unit in Gujarat

100% COTTON SPINNING UNIT OF 25200 SPINDLES

PRODUCT : 100% COMBED YARN OF COUNT NE 30, NE 40 , NE 24 FOR KNITTING

TECHNOLOGY: STATE OF ART TECHNOLOGY FROM TRUETZCHLER, RIETER, MURATA, KILOSKAR TOYODA, HONGYUAN, USTER BACKED UP BY BATLIBOI , HUMIDIFICATION PLANT AND AUTO WASTE CONTROLL SYSTEM

PROJECT COST: RS.5450 LAKH S + RS.1500 LAKHS AS WORKING CAPITAL. (Indicative)
RETURN ON CAPITAL : 20%
PAYBACK PERIOD : 5 YEARS
DSCR : 1.75
BREAKEVEN : 47%
Promoters equity : 35~40% for Term loan & 25% for working capital

PRODUCTION:
DAILY 13000 KG AT 97% UTILISATION ,
ANNUAL ( 340 DAYS X 3 SHIFTS) =4420 METRIC TONS ,
Avg. Count : Ne 34 ( Ne 30, Ne 40 100% comb single ply)
MANPOWER;      : 230 (production operatives per day)
FACTROY BUILDING : 10,000 SQ. MT AREA
LAND REQD. : ATLIST 10 ACRES PREFFERABLY AT GINNING PREMISE OR NEARBY
POWER UNIT PER DAY : 43800 UNITS
TOTAL CONNECT LOAD : 3000 KW
TOTAL COTTON BALES/DAY : 120 BALES( EACH OF 165KG) CONSUMPTION PER DAY
COTTON VARIETY : SHANKER- 6 (GUJARAT)
YARN QUALITY : “A”GRADE USTER WORLD STANDARD ..
MARKET :
EXPORT : TURKEY, BANGLADESH, KOREA, ITALY, EU, AUSTRALIA
DOMESTIC: TIRUPUR, LUDHIANA, ICHHALKARANJI, MALEGAON, SURAT, AHMEDABAD, KOLKATTA.

GOVERNMENT AID :
 * CAPITAL INTEREST SUBSIDY @ 4 % ON PLANT & MACHINERY ………..”TUF” GOI

* ADDITIONAL CAPITAL INTEREST SUBSIDY @ 5 % OR MAX.40 LAKHS APART OF “GOI”

BY STATE GOVT. OF GUJARAT.

* CUSTOM DUTY AT 3 % ONLY UNDER “EPCG” REGISTERATION.

* ELCTRICITY DUTY ON METER SUBSIDISED AT RURALS. ADDITIONAL ADVANTAGE TO GINNERS OF ATLIST 4 % IF VALUE ADDITION CHAIN OF SPINNING IMPLEMENTED AT GINNING PREMISE/ NEAR GINNING AREA.

Scope of Services :

SELECTION OF SITE : /LAND :
CARRYING OUT SITE INSPECTION & WITH SUPPORT OF ARCHITECHT
TO CARRY OUT TOPOGRAPHICAL INSPECTION FOR THE INITIAL SURVEY TO ESTIMATE THE COST OF LAND FILLING, LEVELLING, FEELING, INTERNAL ROAD & SITE DEVELOPMENT.
LAND TO HAVE: SALE DEED AGREEMENT, N.A. PERMISSION
 ** SELECTION OF ARCHITECT
 CO-ORDINATE WITH ARCHITECT IN THE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT FOR LAYOUT OF PLANT & MACHINERIES AS PER FACTORY ACT.
** VARIFICATION OF VARIOUS PLAN FOR BUILDING, SECTIONAL, PLANT LAYOUT BEING PROVIDED BY ARCHITECT.
** ASSISATANCE IN THE SELECTION OF CIVIL CONTRACTOR IF REQUIRED., IN SYNCHRONISATION WITH ARCHITECT.
TO MAINTAIN OVERALL PROJECT COST WITHIN THE BUDGET AS INDICATED IN THE PROJECT REPORT.
TO PREPARE COMPLETE PROJECT REPORT ILLUSTATRING CORRECT PRODUCT-MIX SPIN-PLAN, TECHNO-COMMERCIAL VIABILITY & PROFITABILITY.
TO ILLUSTRATE THE GLOBAL MARKET SCENERIO, & MARKET FEASIBILITY.

TO ASSIST IN THE SELECTION OF MACHINERIES/TECHNOLOGY, VARIOUS ACCESSORIES FOR ACHIEVING
PRODUCTIVITY, QUALITY AS PER INTERNATIONAL STANDARD& BEST ATTAINED IN THE INDUSTRY.
TO WORK OUT PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION TEAM & SCHEDULES CO-ORDINATING WITH ARCHITECT, CIVIL CONTRACTOR, MACHINERY SUPPLIERS, ELECTRICAL CONSULTANT ETC.
TO ASSIST FOR THE SELECTION OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR IN ORDER TO PROVIDE MOST ENERGY EFFICIENT ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION FOR THE PLANT & M/C
TO SUGGEST BEST INSULATION, FALSE CELING, DUCTING SUB-CONTRACTOR, VENDOR FOR DEPLOYING THE SAME AT OPTIMUM COST IN CO-ORDINATION WITH CIVIL, ARCHITECT & M/C SUPPLIER.
TO ASSIST IN THE REQUIREMENT OF VARIOUS UTILITIES, & ASSIST TO PLACE ORDER TO RESPECTIVE VENDORS./SUB CONTRACTORS ETC.
THE COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT TO HAVE MN POWER ENGAGEMENT WITH EFFECTIVE TRAINING & WORK LOAD ALLOCATION.
TO ASSIST IN THE SELECTION OF OPERATIONAL STAFF IN THE VARIOUS AREAS OF PRODUCTION, ENGINEERING, HUMAN RESOURCE ETC..

TO ASSIST IN THE LAYING OF ERP SYATEM FOR MANAGEMENT TO ENSURE CLOSE MONITORING OF THE OPERATIONAL UNIT W.R.T FINANCIAL ASPECT TOO.
TO ASSIST IN THE SELECTION OF RAW MATERIAL SUPPLIER, OR MARKETING ASSISTANCE UPON SUCCESFUL COMMISSIONING OF THE PROJECT TILL THE HANDING OVER UPON ENTERING INTO COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION.
TO ASSIST IN THE APPOINTMENTOF ERECTION TEAM WHO SHALL BE GUIDED FOR THE COMPLETE INSTALLTION & ERECTION OF MACHINERIES.
TO ASSIST IN PURCHASING OF VARIOUS MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT, INCLUDES LOADING, UNLOADING, MAINTENANCE WORK SHOP, CANS, BOBBINS, TROLLIES OVERHEAD BLOWERS, ETC.
TO ENLIGHTEN MANAGEMENT FOR THE PREPARATION OF ORGANISATIONAL CHART, ALLOCATION OF RESPONSIBILITIES & AUTHORITIES FOR THE SMOOTH OPERATION.

IN SHORT WE UNDERTAKE THE PROJECT FROM CONCEPT TO COMMISSIONING IN THE MOST COST EFFECTIVE BASIS ENSURING TECHNOLOGY OF TOMORROW, HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE, AUTOMISED FOR LESS OVERHEADS WE BRING OUR LONG YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE MAKING OF A SUCCESSFUL & STATE OF ART PLANT OF SPINNING. OUR TEAM INCLUDES HIGHLY EXPERIENCED TECHNICAL, &COMMERCIAL HANDS.

TO PREPARE MEMORANDUM & ARTICLE OF ASSOCIATION
TO APPLY FOR “IEM” CERTIFICATION
TO SEEK IMP/EXP CODE & SUBSEQUENT APPLY FOR “EPCG” LICENCE
TO CO-ORDINATE WITH POLLUTION CONTROL BODIES IN CLEARANCE OF VARIOUS NOISE, WATER, AIR ETC CLEARANCE CERTIFICATION
TO ASSIST IN OBTAINING FACTORY LICENCE UNDER FACTORY ACT.
TO ASSIST IN OBTAINING EXCISE, SALES TAX REGISTERATION
TO ASSIST IN OBTAINING FIRE SAFETY LICENCE UPON INSTALLATION OF FIRE SAFETY SYSTEM IN PLANT.
TO GET REGISTERATION IN LABOUR DEPT. & HR COMPLIANCE SUCH AS P.F/ ESI ETC.

ANALYSING THE TECHNO- COMMERCIAL FEASIBILITY OF THE PROJECT & PREPARE VARIOUS FINANCIAL STATEMENTS VIZ:
BALANCE SHEET
CASH FLOW STATEMENT
*TERM LOAN & INTEREST
DEPRICIATION
BREAK EVEN ANALYSIS
*DEBT SERVICE COVERAGE RATIO
CMRS DATA
PROJECTED PROFITABILITY STATEMENT & RETURN ON CAPITAL
*CALCULATION OF MARGINMONEY FOR WORKING CAPITAL
MAIN HEADING RATIO
TO CO-ORDINATE WITH BANK FOR PROJECT FINANCE PROPOSAL.
ASSESS NETWORTH OF PROMOTERS & LAST THREE YEARS BALANCE SHEET(AUDITED)
ANY OTHER IN THE FINANCIAL MATTER RELATED TO PROJECT.

CONTACT US :

SHIVA CONSULTANCY GROUP
(TEXTILE PROJECT MANAGMENT )
AHMEDABAD-380061
TEL: 079-29099453, 098241 75723 (M),
EMAIL: info@shivagroup.org.in