Ratio Analysis of Mundra Port and Sez

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INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT
Financial statement analysis is largely a study of relationship among the various financial factors in a business as disclosed by a single set of statements and statements. Financial statements analysis is an attempt to determine the significance and meaning of the financial statement data so that forecast may be made of the future earnings, ability to pay interest, profitability of a sound policy. The charts were used accordingly to support the analysis. Need of the study:

The financial statements are mirror which reflects the financial position and strengths or weakness of the concern. The analyses of financial statements are useful to: * Management,
* Investors,
* Creditors,
* Bankers,
* Shareholders,
* Government.
OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT
* To do the analysis of financial condition of Mundra Port Special Economic Zone * To study the overall financial performance of the firm. * To find out the financial position of the company from stakeholders point of view * To analyze the financial statements to find out the firm's financial position

Limitations of the study:
* No primary data is used for the study.
* Figures for the analysis are taken from the annual reports. * The study covers the period of 3 years 2009-2011
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Here mainly the task of verification has been carried out hence it is quite difficult to get the time of employees for project.

INDIAN PORT INDUSTRY

Ports are an important form of infrastructure in Indian economy. They play a vital role in facilitating international trade and commerce by providing an interface between the ocean transport and land-based transport. India has an extensive coastline of about 7517 km spreading on the Western and Eastern shelves of the mainland as well as along the Islands. It has a well-established port infrastructure covering 12 major ports and 200 minor/intermediate ports (non-major ports), spreading across 9 coastal States. These major ports come under the purview of the Central Government, while non-major ports (minor/ intermediate ports) come under the jurisdiction of the respective State Governments. In India, the concerned authority is the Department of Shipping, in the Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways, which has been entrusted with the responsibility of formulating and implementing policies and programmes on port sector. The Department has formulated the 'National Maritime Development Programme (NMDP)' which aims to create world-class infrastructure in ports. Total investment envisaged in the programme is Rs. 1, 00,339 crores, out of which Rs. 55,804 crores is for major ports. These include berth development, deepening of channels, port connectivity projects, upgradation/ modernisation of cargo handling equipment and other support services. A major portion of the investment is expected to come from the private sector, mainly in commercially viable projects like construction of berths and operation of berths and terminals. The 12 major ports serve as the gateways to India's international trade by sea, handling over 90% of foreign trade. They are spread equally on the east coast and west coast of India. * Kolkata port (including Dock complex at Haldia);

* Paradip port;
* Visakhapatnam port;
* Chennai port;
* Ennore port;
* Tuticorin port are on the east coast;
* Cochin port;
* New Mangalore port;
* Mormugao port;
* Jawaharlal Nehru port;
* Mumbai port;
* Kandla port is on the west coast.

Chart-1
All the major ports are administered by the 'Port Trusts' governed by the provisions of Major Port Trust Act, 1963 which are autonomous bodies, except the newly ' Ennore Port' which is run by ' Ennore Port Limited' (registered under the Companies Act, 1956) S. No:| State| Number of ports|

1.| Gujarat| 40|
2.| Maharashtra| 53|
3.| Goa| 5|
4.| Daman and Diu| 2|
5....
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