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Telangana is a state in the Southern region of India. It has an area of 114,840 km2 and is the twelfth largest state in India. Most of it was part of the princely state of Hyderabad, ruled by the Nizam of Hyderabad during the British Raj, joining the Union of India in 1948. Telangana was separated from Andhra Pradesh as a new 29th state of India, with the city of Hyderabad as its capital. Hyderabad will continue to serve as the joint capital city for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana for a period of not more than ten years. Telangana is situated on the Deccan Plateau, in the central stretch of the eastern seaboard of the Indian Peninsula. It covers 114,800 square kilometers (44,300 sq. mi). The region is drained by two major rivers, with about 79% of the Godavari River catchment area and about 69% of the Krishna River catchment area, but most of the land is arid. Telangana region has rich natural resources. About 45 per cent of the forest area in Andhra Pradesh state is in Telangana region while 20 per cent of the country's coal deposits in the country are also found here. Telangana is also rich in limestone deposits that cater to cement factories. Telangana has other mineral resources like bauxite and mica. Perennial rivers Godavari and Krishna enter Andhra Pradesh in Telangana before flowing down through other regions and ending up in the Bay of Bengal. Telangana region is sitting on potential oil and natural gas reserves, according to a report by Director General of Hydrocarbons (DGH). Telangana has a significant amount of Software export in India. While majority of the Industry is concentrated over Hyderabad, the other cities are also becoming significant IT destinations in the state. Hyderabad's IT exports exceeded $7 billion in 2014.There have been extensive investments in digital infrastructure.

 

AGRICULTURE

Rice is the major food crop and staple food of the state. Other important crops are tobacco, mango, cotton and sugar cane. Agriculture has been the chief source of income for the state's economy. Important rivers of India are the Godavari, Krishna flow through the state, providing irrigation. Telangana agriculture department separated from Andhra Pradesh as part of Andhra Pradesh bifurcation It aims promote agricultural trade and to boost up the agricultural production and productivity in the Telangana.

 

TOURISM IN TELANGANA

Telangana State Tourism Development Corporation (TSTDC) is a state government agency which promotes Tourism in Telangana. Telangana has a variety of tourist attractions including historical places, monuments, forts, water falls, forests and temples. Charminar, Golconda Fort, QutbShahi Tombs, Chowmahalla Palace, Falaknuma Palace and Bhongir Fort, are some of the monuments in the state. The Charminar, built in 1591 CE, is a monument and mosque located in Hyderabad, Telangana, India.

 

DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE

Telangana with a population of 351.9 lakhs (according to the 2011 census) accounts for about 3.6% percent of the total population of India. Out of this, 177.0 lakhs (50.2%) are males and 174.9 lakhs (49.8%) are females. The sex ratio of the state is 988 as against the national figure of 943. The population density in the state is 307 persons/Sq.Km. In 2012-13, the services sector at Rs.  1, 14,046 crores, contributed 58.1% to the GSDP (at constant prices). It is followed by industry sector, contributing 27.9% (Rs. 54,687 crores) and the agriculture sector’s contribution of 14% (Rs. 27,450 crores). The services sector had fastest growth  of  11.31%  followed  by  industry  sector  (10.04%)  and  agriculture  sector  (6.89%) between 2004-05 and 2012-13.

The Telangana government has proposed to add 230 crore plants in the next three years under a flagship programme which envisages boosting of tree cover in the state by nearly 8%.

 

FOOD AND INDUSTRIAL PROCESSING SECTOR

The Telangana government plans to put greater emphasis on value-addition in the farm sector in its industrial policy. The departments of industry and commerce, agriculture and agro marketing would coordinate together to achieve value maximization for farmers. The government is also keen on encouraging e-marketing activities, which involves networking all agriculture mandis in the state so that farmers get access to prevailing prices across important markets and thereby helping them unlock the right value for their produce. The state in collaboration with research institutes in the country would facilitate an ideal adoption of latest practices ranging from seed technology and farm machinery to improve farm productivity. the state government is also considering specific projects such as setting up a pharmaceutical city near Hyderabad and a cotton hub in Warangal district, the largest producer of long-staple cotton. The Telangana government has begun a survey to identify land that can be offered to new industries in the state. The Telangana government is set to announce its new industrial policy under which scheduled castes and scheduled tribe entrepreneurs would be specially encouraged.

Telangana Government is mulling to set up a 'Pharma City' near the state capital in about 8,000 acres. The City will include industries as well as residential colony, and a power plant with 500 MW capacity will be set up adjacent to the pharma city to provide captive, dedicated and uninterrupted power supply to the industry. The pharma city is expected to accommodate about five lakh employees besides their families in the residential colony touching about twenty lakh over a period. Delegation of Drugs Manufacturers' Association that an international consultancy organisation with expertise in developing in the information technology and pharmaceuticals manufacturing sectors may become backbone of Telangana economy, leaving power production, ports and oil and natural gas to play a pivotal role in driving prosperity in the residuary state. Industrial estates should be contacted to design the pharma city. Telangana's per capita income of Rs 24,409 in 2004-05 has phenomenally grown to a whopping Rs 83,020. While Hyderabad has less number of households using open toilets at 0.9 per cent, Mahabubnagar is at 71.1 per cent. The land-locked state is expected to have nearly Rs 4,000 crore surplus budget, but lingering power deficit may force the new government to spend more on the power purchase. Telangana, spread in 1,14,840 square kilometres, has 66.46 per cent literacy rate with a population of 3.52 crore.

 

ECONOMY OF TELAGANA

The Economy of Telangana is mainly driven by agriculture. Two important rivers of India, the Godavari and Krishna, flow through the state, providing irrigation. Rice, cotton, mango and tobacco are the local crops. Recently, crops used for vegetable oil production such as sunflower and peanuts have gained favour. There are many multi-state irrigation projects in development, including Godavari River Basin Irrigation Projects and NagarjunaSagar Dam, the world's highest masonry dam. Telangana is a mineral-rich state, with coal reserves at SingaerniColleries. The population of Telangana is over 35 million now – much more than 30 million for the whole of Andhra Pradesh, including Telangana, at the time of its formation in 1956. The demands on governance have multiplied over this half a century. Apart from commitment to the development of the region, a smaller state being more easily accessible to the common people can intelligently and speedily grapple with their problems.

 

INDUSTRIAL POLICY FRAMEWORK FOR STATE OF TELANGANA

Industrialization will be the key strategy followed for economic growth and development for Telangana, the 29th state of the country. People of the new state have very high expectations from the Telangana State Government for creating jobs for the youth, promote development of backward areas, maximize growth opportunities by optimum utilization of the available resources, harness the talents and skills of the people etc. The Government of Telangana State realizes that industrial development requires large-scale private sector participation, with the government playing the role of a facilitator and a catalyst. The government is committed to provide a graft-free, hassle-free environment in which the entrepreneurial spirit of local, domestic and international investors will thrive to take up their industrial units in the state of Telangana as the preferred investment destination.

The new Telangana State Industrial Policy will be rooted in certain core values, as follows:

 

                • The Government regulatory framework shall facilitate industrial growth

                • Entrepreneurs will thrive in a peaceful, secure and progressive business regulatory                                        environment

                • Industrial development will lead to massive creation of jobs benefitting local youth

                • Industrialization shall be inclusive and facilitate social equality

 

The new Telangana State Industrial Policy will strive to provide a framework which will not only stabilize and make existing industries more competitive, but also attract and realize new international and national investments in the industrial sector. It is expected that the most significant outcome of this approach will be the production of high quality goods at the most competitive price, which establishes “Made in Telangana-Made in India” as a brand with high global recognition. The Industrial Policy Framework has the following mandate for departments that have any responsibility in the industrialization of the State—Minimum Inspection and Maximum Facilitation.

The Government of Telangana State is determined to create an ecosystem in which the ease of doing business in the state matches and even exceeds the best global standards. Telangana State Government is aware that offering a hassle-free system is considered to be of the highest priority by the industrialists, and accordingly the government will implement a very effective industrial clearance system that will go beyond the traditional single window system.

 

THRUST AREAS AND CORE SECTORS

•             Life Sciences including, bulk drugs, formulations, vaccines, nutraceuticals, biological,   incubation centers, R&D facilities and medical equipment.

•             IT Hardware including bio-medical devices, electronics, cellular communications.

•             Precision engineering, including aviation, aerospace, defence.

•             Food processing and nutrition products including dairy, poultry, meat and fisheries.

•             Automobiles, Transport Vehicles, Auto-components, Tractors and Farm Equipment.

•             Textiles and Apparel, Leather and leather value added products like shoes, purses, bags,         artificial   material infused and coated textiles, paper and paper products.

•             Plastics and Polymers, Chemicals and Petro-chemical, glass and ceramics.

•             FMCG and Domestic Appliances.

•             Engineering and Capital Goods, including castings, foundry and Ferro-alloys and other    metallurgical industries.

•             Waste Management and Green Technologies.

•             Renewable Energy and Solar Parks.

•             Mineral-based and wood-based Industries.

•             Transportation/Logistic Hub/Inland Port/Container Depot.

 

Telangana has emerged as a State that provides that right climate for the growth of IT business and is now one of the most preferred destinations in the Country.

The State of Telangana is poised towards creating a benchmark in Information & Communication Technology (ICT) endowed with a high quality state-of-the-art physical & communication infrastructure of international standards, harnessed human resources, and proactive business friendly policies of the Government.

It is estimated that about 20 lakh acres of land is available in the state that has been identified as unfit for cultivation in Telangana. Based on a detailed survey of these land parcels and identification of those parcels that are fit for industrial use, an industrial land bank for the State of Telangana will be developed.

The development of industrial and related infrastructure will be the responsibility of the Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC). The financial base of the TSIIC will be strengthened and it will be made to function as an effective organization. All lands in the State identified as fit for industrial use will be transferred to the TSIIC.

To support industrialization, the Government of Telangana will earmark 10% of water from all existing and new irrigation sources for industrial use. Water pipelines will be laid as a part of infrastructure creation for each industrial park by TSIIC. The Government of Telangana State recognizes that quality power and uninterrupted power supply are keys to the growth of the industrial sector. The State has a clear short-, medium-, and long-term plans to first overcome the power shortage and eventually become a power surplus state. Accordingly, uninterrupted power supply will be arranged in each industrial park. The Telangana State Government will encourage usage of non-conventional energy for industrial purposes.

The Telangana State Government is committed to encourage the process of industrialization by making various kinds of incentives available to the entrepreneurs. The Telangana State Government also assures an entrepreneur-friendly and graft-free regime of disbursing the incentives. The Telangana State Government will consider providing incentives to the entrepreneurs in the following areas-

•             Stamp duty reimbursement

•             Land conversion cost

•             Investment subsidy

•             VAT reimbursement

•             Interest subsidy

•             Clean production measures

•             Reimbursement of infrastructure development costs etc.

A sound industrial policy has to ensure that the state taxation structure is conducive to industrial growth and state financial resource augmentation. Distortions in the tax structure leads to evasion of taxes and clandestine transport of industrial inputs and outputs to neighbouring states, which may have advantageous tax rates. The presence of important national and state highways, coupled with the availability of resources and opportunities, provides a great potential for development of industrial corridors in the state along these roadways.

The Industrial Corridors that will be developed initially will be:

 

1) Hyderabad-Warangal Industrial Corridor

2) Hyderabad-Nagpur Industrial Corridor

3) Hyderabad-Bengaluru Industrial Corridor

The new Industrial Policy brought out by the Government of Telangana promises to revolutionise the way industrial sector has been viewed by successive governments in this country. A day is not far when the new Industrial Policy of Telangana will shine as an exemplar among the best in the world.

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STARCH AND ALLIED PRODUCTS FROM MAIZE(Starch, Liquid Glucose, Dextrose Monohydrate, Dextrose Anhydrous, Sorbitol and Vitamin C)- Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Plant Layout

Starch is a group of polysaccharides, composed of glucopyranose units joined together by-glucosidric linkages. It conforms to the molecular formula, (C6-H10O5)n, where n varies from a few hundred to over one million. Starch is found as the reserve carbohydrate in various parts of plants and is enzymatically broken down to glucose to other carbohydrates according to the metabolic needs of the plants. Industrially, starch is broadly divided into two types viz., natural and modified. Natural starches also designated as unmodified starches or simply starches are obtained from grains such as sorghum. From roots like potato, tapioca and arrowroot, and from the pith of the stems of certain palms such as sago. They are further classified into cereal starches and root starches. The characteristics of the natural starches are changed by chemical or enzymatic action and the products of these reactions are termed modified starches. This group includes dextrin, acid-modified starches, oxidized starches, starch esters, starch ethers, dialdehyde starches, and cationic starches. Starch can be obtained from maize, sorghum, roots and tubers such as tapioca, arrowroot, potato and from the pith of the stems of certain palms such as sago. Physical and chemical properties of starch vary according to the raw material from which it is derived. Starch is a high polymeric carbohydrate with the molecular formula (C6H10O5)n where n varies from a few hundred to over one granules, usually made up of both a linear polymer (amylose) and a branched polymer dissolves in hot water. Starch granules gelatinize in water when the temperature is raised to about 60-700C. At higher temperatures they well progressively to form a paste or solution and the shorter, linear molecules dissolve. The solutions form a gel on cooling depending upon the variety and concentration of starch present. Starch is an absorbent for water. Under normal atmospheric conditions most starches contain 10-17% moisture. Starch and Glucose are reserved carbohydrates of plants and are therefore widely distributed in their crude form. They can be found in almost all fruits, vegetables and corns. There is no definite information as to how they were initially obtained. But different countries are known to be using different agricultural sources for production of starch. While Japan and the European countries produce starch from potatoes, America from corn, countries like Thailand and Brazil are understood to be producing starch mainly from tapioca. In the case of India, starch is being produced from Maize as well as tapioca. While the units producing starch from maize are concentrated in large sector, the units producing starch from tapioca are large concentrated in the small-scale sector. Commercially glucose is produced from starch only and these two products are generally made in the same unit side by side. The history of starch and glucose Industry dates back to early forties before the Second World War starch used to be imported from European countries. But owing to difficulties in importing starch and difficulties in continuing the production of cotton textiles (where starch finds its extensive use in the manufacture of adhesives, sizing and finishing in textiles) two units namely Anil starch products with their factories located at Ahmedabad, in the year 1939 and 1941 respectively. Starch and Glucose can be used in different end use industries such as in the manufacture of adhesives, sizing and finishing in textiles, thickening agents in gravies, custards, and confectioneries. Sizing papers, Cosmetics, explosives, reagent, face powders, indicators in domestic analysis, water soluble packaging films, book bindings fabrics, distilled liquors, malt sugar, cattle feed ingredient, rubber reinforcing resins etc.
Plant capacity: -Plant & machinery: -
Working capital: -T.C.I: -
Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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CANCER HOSPITAL (Treatment & Research Institute) - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Working Capital Requirement, Plant Layout

The word "Cancer" is widely associated with impending death amongst a large number of people. This is understandable as Cancer is a killer disease. According to the W.H.O., globally one out of three women and one out of four men are likely to get cancer in their lifetime. With such a high probability rate, cancer can affect anyone, anytime and anywhere. However very few people know that cancer is curable in a large number of cases if detected early and a patient can lead a normal life. Although the prognosis of the disease is bad in an advanced stage, today the use of modern technology has brought the cure rate of cancer to almost 70-80%. The cancer hospital (treatment & research institute) is a comprehensive cancer care setup with all the facilities for diagnosis and treatment of all type of cancers available under one roof. The state of the art of diagnostic equipment with highly qualified doctors is Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai. Cancer epidemiologists have long been concerned that diagnostic services are inadequate in many parts of India. India has a population of about 110 crores with increase in incidence of cancer. The existing cancer treatment facilities as a part of multi-specialty hospitals are found inadequate to cater to an increase in demand for treatment of cancer. There is wide scope for new multi speciality hospitals having facility of cancer treatment.
Plant capacity: 75 Beds (Special Ward), 175 Beds (General Ward)Plant & machinery: 8232 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 21080 Lakhs
Return: 44.00%Break even: 46.00%
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THREE STAR HOTEL - 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

India offers myriad exciting experiences to tourists. The country boasts of the world's highest mountains, miles of coastline with excellent beaches, tropical forests and wildlife, lagoon backwaters, ancient monuments and World Heritage sites, forts and palaces, and of course, the Taj Mahal. The Indian tourism and hospitality industry has thus emerged as one of the key sectors driving the country's growth and is thriving, owing to a huge surge in both business and leisure travel by foreign and domestic tourists. India have supply of 110,000 rooms. According to the tourism ministry, 4.4 million tourists visited India last year and at current trend, demand will soar to 10 million in 2010 – to accommodate 350 million domestic travelers. India has a shortage of 150,000 rooms fueling hotel room rates across India. According to the World Travel and Trade Council, demand in tourism in India will continue to grow at a rapid pace. It estimates the demand to grow at an average of 8.8 per cent between 2004 and 2013, making India the world's third fastest-growing tourist market. The boom in the Indian tourism industry has percolated to the rural areas as well. India continues to attract tourists owing to its splendid historical architecture and rich culture along with beautiful beaches and rural tourism. With India being on the global tourist map and an increasing number of people coming to India for tourism or business, Indian hotel industry is looking at expansion in a major way.
Plant capacity: Single Room - 30 Nos. Double Room - 40 Nos. Suites - 10 Nos. Banquet Hall - 1 Number Plant & machinery: 327 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 1500 Lakhs
Return: 48.00%Break even: 37.00%
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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. 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.
Plant capacity: 150 Student/Annum And 750 Beds HospitalPlant & machinery: 20 Crores
Working capital: -T.C.I: 85 Crores
Return: 42.00%Break even: 37.00%
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SORBITOL, MALTITOL, DEXTROSE ANHYDROUS AND VITAMIN-C - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Production Schedule

Sorbitol is a water soluble polyhydric alcohol, having sweet taste and high stability besides properties of humectancy and plastisizing used in manufacture of tooth paste, tonics, pharmaceutical formulations, cosmetics etc. Maltitol is a polyol or sugar substitute that is understood to be almost as sweet as conventional granulated sugar. It is a reduced caloric bulk sweetener with sugar like taste and sweetness. Maltitol is especially useful in the production of sweets, sugarless hard candies, chewing gum, chocolates, baked goods and ice cream. It is useful in the diets of people with diabetes control of blood glucose. Lipids and weight are the three major goals of diabetes management today. Dextrose anhydrous is the purest form of dextrose, commonly called glucose. It is used in tableting (salt tablets) and as a raw material in the fermentation industry for biochemical synthesis of antibiotics and vitamin C, via sorbitol. Vitamin C, is a sugar acid and act as an antioxidant. This material is generally found in crystallized or powder form with white or light yellow appearance and is water soluble. Demand growth of this industry is very good. So there is good scope for new entrepreneurs. Few Indian major players are: (Sorbitol) Amaravati Chemicals Ltd. Gayatri Bioorganics Ltd. Gulshan Polyols Ltd. Hico Products Ltd. Jayant Vitamins Ltd. Sayaji Industries Ltd. Sukhjit Starch & Chemicals Ltd. Tan India Ltd. Unicorn Organics Ltd. (Dextrose) Indian Maize & Chemicals Ltd. Kamala Sugar Mills Ltd. Origin Agrostar Ltd. Tirupati Starch & Chemicals Ltd. Unique Sugars Ltd.
Plant capacity: 35 MT/Day, 15 MT Sorbitol, 5 MT Maltitol, 10 MT Dextrose Anhydrous, 5 MT/Day Vitamin C Plant & machinery: 607 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 2332 Lakhs
Return: 39.00%Break even: 39.00%
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BAKERS YEAST - 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, Plant Economics

Bakers yeast is the common name for the strains of yeast commonly used as a leavening agent in baking bread and related products, where it converts the fermentable sugars present in the dough into carbon dioxide and ethanol. The use of potatoes, water from potato boiling, eggs, or sugar in a bread dough accelerates the growth of yeasts. Salt and fats such as butter slow down yeast growth. The majority of the yeast used in baking is Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the same species commonly used in alcoholic fermentation. Additionally, Saccharomyces exiguus (also known as S. minor) is a wild yeast found on plants, fruits, and grains that is occasionally used for baking; it is not, however, generally used in a pure form, but comes from being propagated in a sourdough starter. Yeasts are single-celled fungi. As fungi, they are related to the other fungi that people are more familiar with. These include edible mushrooms available at the super market, common bakers yeast used to leaves bread, molds that ripen blue cheese and the molds that produce antibiotics for medical and veterinary use. Many consider edible yeast and fungi to be as natural as fruits and vegetables. Bakers yeast, like baking powder and baking soda, is used to leaven baked goods (breads, danish pastries, brioche, croissants). The principle use of Bakers yeast is as an essential bakery ingredient- for causing fermentation in the dough used in making bakery items. This process helps making soft and fluffy bakery items like variety of breads, bread rolls, pizza base, cracker biscuits, sweet breads and burger buns etc. The useful physiological properties of yeast have led to their use in the field of xylitol biotechnology. Fermentation of sugars by yeast is the oldest and largest application of this technology. The demand of bakers yeast is growing day by day. So there is good scope for new entrants.
Plant capacity: 3060 MT/AnnumPlant & machinery: 116 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 397 Lakhs
Return: 42.00%Break even: 45.00%
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SORBITOL - 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, Plant Economics

Sorbitol, also known as glucitol, is a sugar alcohol that the body metabolises slowly. It is obtained by reduction of glucose changing the aldehyde group to an additional hydroxyl group. Sorbitol, a water soluble polyhydric alcohol, having sweet taste and high stability besides properties of humectancy and plasticizing is used in manufacture of Toothpaste, Tonics/liquid Pharmaceutical Formulations, Cosmetic products like Face Creams and Lotions, etc. Sorbitol, besides being immune to bacteriological degradation, is also less vulnerable to mould growth than most other humectant plasticizing materials. Sorbitol is produced by Hydrogenation of Dextrose at medium pressure with State of Art reaction controls. The Dextrose is produced in house from Starch by enzymetic process in order to achieve highest standard of product.. The clear dextrose solution is reacted with hydrogen gas in the presence of catalyst in the reactors at specified pressure and temperature which is subsequently subjected to carbon treatment, ION Exchange etc. The solution thereafter is subjected to chemical adjustments, testing for chemical properties. The required concentration or Sorbitol (70%) is achieved in Evaporators before final testing etc. So Apart from having wide range application, the major uses are in dentrifice, cosmetics creams, lotions and colognes which have become daily consumer product of the society. In pharmaceutical sector it finds application in Vitamin Syrups, Cough Syrups, tablet compounding and many others. Sorbitol is also a raw material for production of Vitamin C. It also has application in Food products and Tobacco conditioning, high quality papers etc. DEMAND SUPPLY SCENARIO • Present Import Level Around 500 tonnes per annum • Present Export Level Around 300 tonnes per annum Consolidated demand statement for Sorbitol • Total annual demand 58000 tonnes Prospects Sorbitol finds variety of applications in number of user sector. The several potential applications of Sorbitol have not yet been adequately exploited in India. While the demand for Sorbitol is steadily going up, the rate of growth in demand would further increase, if sustained efforts would be taken to promote application of Sorbitol in new directions. Few Indian major players are: Amaravati Chemicals Ltd. Gayatri Bioorganics Ltd. Gulshan Polyols Ltd. Hico Products Ltd. Jayant Vitamins Ltd. Sayaji Industries Ltd. Sukhjit Starch & Chemicals Ltd. Tan India Ltd. Unicorn Organics Ltd.
Plant capacity: 4500 MT/AnnumPlant & machinery: 65 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 186 Lakhs
Return: 43.00%Break even: 69.00%
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CANCER HOSPITAL (50 BEDS) - 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

Cancer is a term used for diseases in which abnormal cells divide without control and are able to invade other tissues. Cancer cells can spread to other parts of the body through the blood and lymph systems. Every year about 8,50,000 new cancer cases are diagnosed in India resulting in about 5,80,000 cancer related death every year. The cancer hospital is a comprehensive cancer care setup with all the facilities for diagnosis and treatment of all types of cancers under one roof. It is to provide reliable and internationally compatible diagnostic and therapeutic services related to the field of oncology to the patients in particular and society at large. There is good scope for cancer hospitals for all poor, middle and high society people. So, opening a new hospital with all facilities will be highly profitable. Cost Estimation: Capacity : 19600 Outdoor Patients 1400 G. Ward Patients 1050 Special Ward Patients per Year 10 Special Ward 40 General Ward
Plant capacity: -Plant & machinery: 501 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 699 Lakhs
Return: 46.00%Break even: 35.00%
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CANCER HOSPITAL (50 BEDS) - 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

Cancer is a term used for diseases in which abnormal cells divide without control and are able to invade other tissues. Cancer cells can spread to other parts of the body through the blood and lymph systems. Every year about 8,50,000 new cancer cases are diagnosed in India resulting in about 5,80,000 cancer related death every year. The cancer hospital is a comprehensive cancer care setup with all the facilities for diagnosis and treatment of all types of cancers under one roof. It is to provide reliable and internationally compatible diagnostic and therapeutic services related to the field of oncology to the patients in particular and society at large. There is good scope for cancer hospitals for all poor, middle and high society people. So, opening a new hospital with all facilities will be highly profitable. Cost Estimation: Capacity : 19600 Outdoor Patients 1400 G. Ward Patients 1050 Special Ward Patients per Year 10 Special Ward 40 General Ward
Plant capacity: -Plant & machinery: 501 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 699 Lakhs
Return: 46.00%Break even: 35.00%
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Good Prospects for Grain Based Alcohol (Distillery)- Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Cost of Project

Ethanol, also called ethyl alcohol, grain alcohol or drinking alcohol, is a volatile, flammable, colorless liquid. It is a psychoactive drug, best known as the type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages and in thermometers. In common usage, it is often referred to simply as alcohol. We provide this chemical with a great degree of purity, & available for a wide range of industrial applications in industrial sectors such as pharma, flavour and fragrances, healthcare and food industries etc. Ethanol has widespread use as a solvent of substances intended for human contact or consumption, including scents, flavorings, colorings, and medicines. In chemistry, it is both an essential solvent and a feedstock for the synthesis of other products. It has a long history as a fuel for heat and light and also as a fuel for internal combustion engines. Neutral alcohol is used for the production of white spirit such as gin and vodka but also as a base for a wide range of flavoured alcoholic beverages. The production of neutral alcohol from malt, grape, apple or sugar has considerably increased over the last few years. There may be local alcohol taxation advantages. This is available in a ready-to-pitch, active form, with proven cost effectiveness versus propagation. Now some grain based distilleries are also coming in India. The scope for grain base alcohol is good, because molasses is not available easily through out the year in comparison of grains. Fuel Ethanol could be blended in various proportions in Petrol usually 5 to 10% by volume. In Brazil, ethanol is added 24% by volume in gasoline (petrol). In U.S.A. Ethanol E10 (absolute ethanol 10% by volume) and ethanol E 85 (absolute ethanol 85% by volume) are popular in flexible fuel vehicles, which can run on either gasoline or ethanol. Fuel Ethanol can be used as on Oxygenate in Petrol. It reduces emission of carbon monoxide by taking combustion to completion. It replaces tetraethyl lead or MTBE, from contaminating surface water. Ethanol maintains the carbon cycle of nature, reducing the greenhouse effect. It is made from renewable sources of material like agricultural products., etc., molasses and prevents depletion of limited sources like fossil fuels. It employees renewable source of energy through a natural route and it reduces dependents on imported crude. As concerns about our nation dependence on foreign oil increase, and awareness on environmental impacts of petroleum increases, the interest in alternative fuels like ethanol is emerging. In many ways ethanol is an ideal transportation fuel. It is better for the environment than petroleum, it is domestically produced, and its use supports farmers and rural economies. By switching to ethanol fuels and advanced vehicle technologies, fleet owners are leading the way to both energy security and cleaner air. The oil companies in India have decided to have the blending units located region wise instead of centralizing at the refinery itself for optimizing transportation cost of petrol. Since the project is located at Salempur, which is about 40 kms from Mathura where the nearest refinery is available, irrespective of locating the blending units at region wise or at refinery, the transportation cost will be minimal. The fuel ethanol manufacturing is a sunrise industry with an excellent potential for growth as it is being introduced first time in India. In U.S.A. and Brazil fuel ethanol is in use for over 20 years and proven technology is already available. Being one of the first unit to start the manufacturing of fuel ethanol MML will be have the momentum of early start. Liquor industry has always remained under strict governmental control in terms of capacity creation, distribution, and taxation. While overall public perception spells restraint, it is the symbol of high life even in puritan India. The industry posses a dilemma to the state, borne by the temptation of large revenues, on the one hand, and the embarrassment in giving encouragement to drinking, on the other. The over Rs 250 bn liquor industry sells around 400 mn cases annually. A large peg of this - 65% - is whisky, followed by brandy and gin at 13%, rum at 17% while the white spirits account for 3% of the market share. Of this, the Indian-made foreign liquor (IMFL) accounts for Rs 78 bn (86 mn cases) with whisky alone constituting for 95%. Besides, there is a large 200-mn cases market of low-priced country liquor. Indian spirit market also consumes branded country liquor worth Rs 125 bn and unbranded country liquor worth Rs 50 bn. India has a small market for wines too, about Rs 500 mn a year. Around 70,000 cases of champagne and 4,000 cases of cognac are also sold annually in the Indian market.
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