“A Project on Business proposal on Dairy” ( Milk production unit)
A report submitted to IIMT, Greater Noida as a part fulfillment of full time postgraduate diploma in management
Dr. D. K. GARG
ENR. – 15073
IIMT, GREATER NOIDA
ENR. – 15083
ISHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY
2, KNOWLEDGE PARK 1, GREATER NOIDA
GAUTAM BUDH NAGAR (UP)
Website – www.ishanfamily.com, E-mail – email@example.com ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Practical study is also an important part of the professional studies and curriculum otherwise it will merely leap in dark. It is essential to know about the working experience in the market. To fulfill the above objective we have undergone this study to start our own business to know how we can establish our self in this competitive environment of business where so many big players are already having the strong feet in the market. We Lavkush shukla& Niraj Kumar got the opportunity to start our own milk production unit in Gonda. We express our special thanks to our Dr. D. K. Garg Sir (Chairman) and Pro. M.K. Verma (Dean) & the faculty members without whose guidance this project would have been a distant dream for us.
This project on “Business Proposal on milk production unit” in Gonda is the original work done by Lavkush shukla & Niraj Kumar. This project is the property of the institute and use of this report without prior permission of the institute will be considered illegal and actionable.
Name: Lavkush shukla (15073)
Niraj Kumar (15083)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Topics Page No. 1.
Purpose of Study 07-08
The Business 09-10 *
Details of owner
4. Competitive analysis
5. The organizational plan 12 *
Legal aspect of labour
6. The marketing plan 13-14 *
Marketing mix strategy
7. The operational plan 15-19 *
Lay off design
8. The financial plan 20-21 *
Projected profit and loss
9. Legal aspect 22-27
10. Conclusion 28
India is the largest producer of milk producing more than 100 million tons of milk per annum. Yet, her per capita milk consumption is around 250 g per day. Dairy products are basic products of daily nutrition almost all around the world. More than 500 million tons of cow’s milk is produced per year in the world. Areas where milk production is the most intensive are West Europe, North America, India and India Subcontinent and Oceania. Milk production is the most important income source of many European agricultural enterprises. It is expected that milk production will reach 145 million tons with rising in milk production quotas in the medium term (2012). Developments in milk sector have reached a level that is important in terms of...
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