Analysis of Working Capital Management

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Analysis of working capital management

A Dissertation report submitted in partial fulfilment for the course of Post Graduate Diploma in Management

By
SARFARAZ KHAN
TPS-20032
(2011-2013)

FACULTY GUIDE
SRI M.PARDHASARDHI
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR-FINANCE

CORPORATE GUIDE
MR T .ANTHONY RAJ
GENERAL MANAGER FINANCE (B.C.C.L)

SIVA SIVANI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
KOMPALLY, SECUNDERABAD
JUNE, 2012

DECLARATION
 
I, SARFARAZ KHAN, hereby declare that the project report entitled “WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT” under the guidance of SRI M.PARDHASARDHIsubmitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Post Graduate Diploma in Management, from SIVA SIVANI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT as my original work Carried out during 18th April,2012 to 29th May 2012 and not submitted for the award of any other degree/diploma/fellowship or other similar titles or prizes to any other institution/organization or university by any other person.

DATE:
PLACE: SECUNDERABAD SARFARAZ KHAN

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Words are indeed inadequate to convey my deep sense of gratitude to all those who have helped me in completing this summer project to the best of my ability. Being a part of this project has certainly been a unique and a very productive experience on my part. I thank SRI M.PARDHASARDHI, faculty of SIVA SIVANI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT and my project guide for his valuable guidance and suggestions, which were vital inputs towards the completion of the project. I would also like to thank him for his help in analysing, interpreting the data and for the stimulating discussion which has greatly added to the study. Last but not the least; I would like to thank all those who have directly or indirectly helped me complete the project successfully.

SARFARAZ KHAN

Table of content

1. Executive summary………………………....
2. Importance of Study……………………….
3. Literature review…………………………..
4. Objectives of study………………………..
5. Research methodology………………………..
6. Chapter – 1 theoretical aspects……………….
7. Chapter – 2 industry and company analysis…
8. Chapter – 3 data analysis…………………….
9. Chapter – 4 findings and inferences………..
10. Chapter – 5 suggestions…………………….
Bibliography

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The major consumer of BCCL is the power sector. It caters to the need of different power houses spread all over India. The main power houses linked with BCCL are Tamil Nadu Electricity Board, Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation, Thermal Power Station of Badarpur, Bhatinda, Lehra Mohabbat, Ropar, Unchahar, Harduagunj, Panki, Paricha, Tanda, Bokaro, Haderapura, Mejia, Bidge-Budge, Santhaldih, Muzaffarpur, Barauni and Panipat. Besides these, the captive power plants of Bokaro Steel Plant and Durgapur Steel Plant consume middlings beneficiated coal.

The other important sectors are the steel sector, fertilizer sector, cement sector and other non-core sectors like refractories, rolling mills, dying and chemical, glass and potteries, paper, bangles etc. The Indian coal deposit has comparatively low sulphur content and so is better placed in its usage against the greenhouse effect. Coal, if properly managed, will reduce the input cost of its industrial consumers and thereby reduce the cost of the industrial output like electricity generated, steel, fertilizer, cement dyes, chemicals and a whole plethora of products that touch nearly all segments of the Indian economy. This has a huge impact on the quality of life in India, right from the rural sector to the urban sector. In this sense coal can be called the wheels on which the Indian economy runs. It is an interesting case in point that the Bharat Coking Coal Limited has huge coking coal reserves (the only reserve in India), huge manpower (with required talent and experience) and...
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