PROJECT WORK ON WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
FOOD CORPORATION OF INDIA
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
DIMPLE MEERA THOMAS
Under the guidance of
Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Kaushik
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
MAR ATHANASIOS COLLEGE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES
I hereby declare that this report titled “Working Capital Management” at Food Corporation of India has been prepared by me during the academic year 2012 - 2013, under the guidance of Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Kaushik, AGM (CPF Division) FCI. I also hereby declare that this project report has not been submitted to any other University or institute for the award of any degree or diploma.
DIMPLE MEERA THOMAS
I would like to acknowledge my profound sense of gratitude to the Almighty for giving me strength and ability to successfully complete the study and make this report on time. I am highly indebted to Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Kaushik, AGM (A/Cs) CPF Division, for his help and support which helped me in the successful completion of my project. I would also like to thank the entire team of Food Corporation of India for their constant support and help in the successful completion of my project.
CHAPTER 1- INTRODUCTION
* STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
* SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY
* REVIEW OF LITERATURE
* RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
* PERIOD OF STUDY
* LIMITATIONS OF STUDY
CHAPTER II- PROFILE OF
CHAPTER III- ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA
CHAPTER IV- SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND
The study was conducted at FOOD CORPORATION OF INDIA popularly known as FCI set up on 14 January 1965 having its first District Office at Thanjavur - rice bowl of Tamil Nadu - and headquarters at Chennai under the under the Food Corporations Act 1964 to implement the following objectives of the National Food Policy : 1. Effective price support operations for safeguarding the interests of the farmers 2. Distribution of food grains throughout the country for Public Distribution System 3. Maintaining satisfactory level of operational and buffer stocks of food grains to ensure National Food Security 4. Regulate market price to provide food grains to consumers at a reliable price It is one of the largest corporations in India and probably the largest supply chain management in Asia. It operates through 5 zonal offices and 26 regional offices. Each year, the Food Corporation of India purchases roughly 15-20 per cent of India's wheat output and 12-15 per cent of its rice output. The purchases are made from the farmers at the rates declared by the Govt. of India. This rate is called as MSP (Minimum support Price). There is no limit for procurement in terms of volume; any quantity can be procured by FCI provided the stock satisfies FAQ (Fair Average Quality) specifications with respect to FCI. OBJECTIVE
In its 45 years of service to the nation, FCI has played a significant role in India's success in transforming the crisis management oriented food security into a stable security system. FCI's Objectives are: * To provide farmers remunerative prices
* To make food grains available at reasonable prices, particularly to vulnerable section of the society * To maintain buffer stocks as measure of Food Security
* To intervene in market for price stabilization
1. There is an increase of 9% in overall movement of food grains during 2012-13 till December, 2012 compared to previous year i.e. 2011-12 till December, 2011. Food- Grains...
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