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The Indian automotive industry had chartered an uneventful course until the Eighties.  The number of manufacturers was small, production levels were low and the technology employed was years behind the times. The rate of growth is unprecedented and is an indication of the potential that exists for development in the coming years. As the market survey of automobile garage is not available so we are hereby providing the parallel dates of automobile industry. POLICY  OBJECTIVES:  Government  has  brought  out  major  policy guidelines  to  give  this critical segment of  the  economy  the adequate  momentum.  The  policy  is  broadly  aimed  to  promote integrated,  phased,  enduring and self-sustained growth  of  the Indian  automotive industry. The desired objectives announced  by government  are to:- Push the sector as the engine of  industrial growth  and  employment  and to achieve a high  degree of  value addition   in  the  country.  Promote a globally competitive automotive industry and emerge as a global source for auto components.  Establish an international hub for manufacturing small, affordable   passenger  cars  and  a  key   center   for manufacturing  Tractors and Two wheelers in the world.  Ensure  a balanced transition to open trade at a minimal risk to the Indian economy  and local industry. Conduce incessant  modernization  of the  industry  and  facilitate indigenous  design,  research  and development.  Steer  India's software  industry  into  automotive technology. Assist development of vehicles propelled by alternate energy sources. Development of domestic safety and  environmental standards at par with international standards. DOMESTIC SALES According to STAM, the figures for April-November 2007  over April- November 2006 indicate that domestic  sales  of automobiles  decelerated  with  a negative growth  rate  of  4.34 percent. The  cumulative  growth of the  Passenger  Vehicles  segment during April-November 2007 was 13.93 percent. Passenger Cars grew by  13.78  percent, Multi Purpose Vehicles by 19.35  percent  and Utility Vehicles by 12.61 percent in April-November 2007 compared to the same period last year. In April-November 2007, the Commercial Vehicles segment grew by  3.87 percent over the same period in 2006.  Light  Commercial Vehicles  recorded a growth of 14.76 percent, however,  Medium  & Heavy  Commercial Vehicles witnessed a fall by 3.78 percent.  Bus segment registered a growth of 35.38 percent while truck  segment registered  a marginal decline  of 0.17 percent. This  is  mainly because  of  fall witnessed by Medium & Heavy trucks  segment  by 9.71 percent in this period. Three  Wheelers  sales grew by 12.22 percent with  sales  of Goods Carriers increasing by 13.52 percent and Passenger Carriers by 11.33  percent  during  April-March  2007  compared  to   the corresponding, period last year. EXPORTS  Automobile Exports registered a growth of 25.43  percent during  April-  March  2007  over  the  same  period  last  year. Passenger  Vehicles  Exports grew by  13.05  percent,  Commercial Vehicles  exports  increased  by 22.58  percent.  Three  Wheelers exports  by 87.17 percent and Two Wheelers Exports grew by  20.65 percent. Three  Wheelers  sales fell by 6.82 percent  with  sales  of Goods  Carriers decreasing by 16.91 percent.  Passenger Carriers grew marginally at 0.46 percent during the period.


A  limited  nos.  of  manufacturers  of  various  types   of automobile  vehicles  in India  had their limited  capacities  of production e.g. Ashok Leyland, Tata Motors, Models  designs were changed rarely.  Hence  these  vehicles either  could   not  attract  or  could  not reach  the  aspiring purchasers.   A  revolution has come in the  automobile  industry with the introduction of light vehicles manufactured by Four-Wheelers Manufacturers. Swaraj Mazda, More  &  more  enterprises  are  coming  up  with  new designs,  research  and  development, consequently  more  no. of vehicles are produced.

Cost Estimation

Land & Building (Area 966.54 Rs. 69 Lacs
Plant & Machinery                                  Rs. 16 Lacs         
W.C. for 3 Months                                  Rs. 33 Lacs           
Total Capital Investment                        Rs. 1.24 Cr.              
Rate of Return                                        21%   
Break Even Point                                  59%


•            Introduction
•            Properties
•            BIS (Bureau of Indian Standard) Specifications & Requirements
•            Uses & Applications
•            Present Indian Market Position
•            Expected Future Demand
•            Export & Import Statistics Data
•            Names and Addresses of Existing Units (Present         Manufactures)
•            List of Plant & Machineries
•            Miscellaneous Items and Accessories
•            Instruments, Laboratory Equipments and Accessories
•            Electrification, Electric Load and Water
•            Maintenance, Suppliers/Manufacturers of Plant and Machineries
•            Process of Manufacture with formulae if applicable
•            Flow Sheet Diagram
•            List of Raw Materials
•            Availability of Raw Materials
•            Requirement of Staff & Labour
•            Personnel Management
•            Skilled & Unskilled Labour
•            Requirement of Land Area
•            Built up Area
•            Plant Layout.
along with financial details as under:
Summary of Capital Cost of Project
Land & Side Development Exp.
Plant & Machineries
Misc. Fixed Assets
Technical Know how Fees & Exp.
Preliminary Expenses
Pre-operative Expenses
Provision for Contingencies
below mentioned financial statements (Annexure) will be  for 5 to 10 Years
  Annexure  ::         Cost of Project and Means of Finance
  Annexure  ::         Output, Profitability and Cash Flow Chart
  Annexure  ::         Assessment of Working Capital requirements
  Annexure  ::         Sources of Finance
  Annexure  ::         Balance Sheets
  Annexure  ::         Break-Even Analysis and profitability analysis.
  Annexure  ::         Quantitative Details-Output/Sales/Stocks
  Annexure  ::         Sales Realisation       
  Annexure  ::         Raw Material Cost      
  Annexure  ::         Other Raw Material Cost            
  Annexure  ::         Packing Material Cost        
  Annexure  ::         Consumables, Store etc.,                   
  Annexure  ::         Employees Expenses           
  Annexure  ::         Fuel Expenses                
  Annexure  ::         Power/Electricity Expenses   
  Annexure  ::         Repairs & Maintenance Exp.   
  Annexure  ::         Other Mfg. Expenses          
  Annexure  ::         Administration Expenses      
  Annexure  ::         Selling Expenses             
  Annexure  ::         Depreciation Charges - Profitability
  Annexure  ::         Depreciation Charges
  Annexure  ::         Interest and Repayment - Term Loans
  Annexure  ::         Tax on Profit
  Annexure  ::         Assumptions for Profitability workings
  Annexure  ::         Assessment of Working Capital

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