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GUIDELINES FOR PREPARING A


DETAILED PROJECT REPORT

Your company seeking financial assistance for implementation of its business


idea is required to prepare a Project Report covering certain important
aspects of the project as detailed below:

Promoters background/experience

Product with capacity to be built up and processes involved

Project location

Cost of the Project and Means of financing thereof

Availability of utilities

Technical arrangements

Market Prospects and Selling arrangements

Environmental aspects

Profitability projections and Cash flows for the entire repayment


period of financial assistance

Spreadsheets formats attached with this document will help you prepare a
Detailed Project Report for your Bank. You may omit the manufacturing
related information in case you are applying for a non-manufacturing project.
Since the appraisal of the Project involves evaluation of the Project in the
following areas, your company/you would be required to submit certain
documents/information in the matter.

Management Evaluation

Memorandum and Articles of Association : Object, authorised and


paid-up share capital,promoter's contribution, borrowing powers, list
of directors on the Board, terms of appointment of directors

Your company as the Promoter : Corporate plan of the Company,


projects promoted/implemented/under implementation, Bankers'
report on dealings and repayment of past loan assistance, details of
group companies, operations, balance sheet and profit & loss account
of the promoter company

New Promoters : Educational background, any industrial experience,


family background, sources of income, details of personal properties,
banker's reference, income tax/ wealth tax returns

Management and Organisation set up : Broad composition of the


Board, details of full time directors and their responsibilities, details
of Chief executive and functional executives including qualification,
experience, organisation set-up for existing company and during
project implementation for new company.

Technical Feasibility

Technology and manufacturing process : Proven/new technology,


basis of selection of technology, competing technologies, performance
data of plants based on the technology, details of licensor of
technology, process flow chart and description

Location of the Project : Locational advantage, availability of raw


material and other utilities, infrastructure facilities, availability of
labour, environmental aspects

Plant and Machinery : List of machinery & equipment, details of


suppliers, competitive quotations, technical & commercial evaluation
of major equipment

Raw material, Utilities and Manpower : Details of raw materials and


suppliers, electricity and water supply, basis of manpower estimates,
details of manpower eg. managerial, supervisory, skilled/unskilled,
training needs

Contracts : Agreement with contractors detailing on know-how,


engineering, procurement, construction, financial soundness and
experience of contractors

Project monitoring and implementation : Mode of implementation,


details of monitoring team, detailed schedule of implementation.

Environmental Aspects: Air, Water and Soil Pollution, list of


pollutants / Hazardous substances, their safety, handling and disposal
arrangements, compliance with national and International Standards,
Clearances and No objection certificates required and obtained etc.

Commercial Viability

Existing and potential market demand and supply for the proposed
product in respect of volume and pattern

Share of the proposed product of the company in the total market


through marketing strategy

Selling price of the product and export potential, if any.

Buy-back arrangements, if any.

Financial Appraisal

Cost of the Project : This includes the cost of land & site development,
building, plant & machinery, technical know-how & engineering fees,
miscellaneous fixed assets, preliminary & preoperative expenses,
contingencies, margin money for working capital. Your company is
expected to submit realistic estimates and reasonableness of the cost
of the project will be examined with reference to various factors such
as implementation period, inflation, various agreements, quotations
etc.

Means of Financing : Means of financing shall have to conform to


proper mix of share capital and debt. This includes share capital,
unsecured loans from Promoters/associates, internal accruals, term
loans, Government subsidy/grant. Reasonableness of Promoters'
contribution in the form of equity and interest-free unsecured loans,
if any, is ascertained in view of commitment to the Project.

Profitability Projections : Past records of financial performance of


Your company will be examined. Your company needs to submit
profitability estimates, cash flow and projected balance sheet for the
project and for the Company as a whole. Based on the projections,
various financial ratios such as Debt -Equity ratio, Current ratio,
Fixed asset coverage ratio, Gross profit, Operating profit, Net profit
ratios, Internal rate of return(over the economic life of the project),
Debt Service Coverage ratio, Earning per share, Dividend payable etc.
would be worked out to ascertain financial soundness of your Project.

Economic Viability

Your company will have to take real value of input as against the
value accounted in financial analysis for the purpose of economic
evaluation of the project.

Your company should carry out social cost benefit analysis as a


measure of the costs and benefits of the project to Society and the
Economy.

Economic analysis is therefore aimed at inherent strength of the


Project to withstand international competition on its own.

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This Guide for Small Business Startups will help you cover the essentials and you will save time.
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Step 1 : Decide Whether Entrepreneurship is Appropriate For You?
Step 2: Learn How to Discover Market Opportunities
Step 3 : Understand how other businesses have succeeded
Step 4: Look at various business ideas to see if anything interests you
Step 5: Consider Franchise Opportunities in Your Area
Step 6: Research Your Business Idea
Step 7: Find Your Niche
Step 8: Find Appropriate Technologies & Suppliers
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ANGEL NETWORK

There are many different types of Angel clubs existing internationally; these
have been highly successful in providing both risk-capital as well as
mentoring for budding entrepreneurs, many of them at the seed stage itself.
In an angel network, initially the business plan is seen by all the members
briefly and a subset of the members may agree to finance the business. Each
member puts in a relatively small amount but given adequate numbers the
venture receives adequate financing. The angel network allows various
'angels' to coordinate their activities informally. The credibility of each angel
becomes quite important and, therefore, each potential new member has to
have the approval of all old members before he is admitted into the network.
Despite the success of the angel network model internationally, there are very
few angel networks in India as of now. There has been an expansion in such
networks in the recent past, and this process will continue as greater and
greater number of professionals achieve successes and start to invest their
funds
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businesses.
One of the Angel networks in India is The Indian Angel Network, Delhi.
The Indian Angel Network started in 1996, and brings together senior
managers and successful entrepreneurs from a range of sectors. As per the
networks' website, it has nearly 70 members who have made 12 investments

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in the last 24 months in multiple sectors like Information Technology,


Mobile, Education, Internet, Intellectual Property and Hospitality, Advisory
Services. The Network looks at investing from USD 100,000 to about USD 1
mn (i.e Rs 45 lakhs Rs 4.5 crores), and exiting over a 3 to 5 year period
through an IPO, M&A or strategic sale. The Network may consider
investments over a million dollars but is likely to do so through syndication.
Looking for funding?
Take help of Angel investment networks, such as:

TiE Entrepreneurship Acceleration Programme

Indian Angel Network


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