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  1. 1. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.CONTENTS S.NO TITLES PAGE NO CHAPTER – I 1) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2) OBJECTIVES OF STUDY 3) THE WORKING CAPITAL NEED ARISES FOR THE FOLLOWING PURPOSE 1. 1-11 4) SCOPE OF STUDY 5) LIMITATION OF THE STUDY 6) METHODOLOGY 7) REVIEW OF EARLIER LITERATURE CHAPTER – II 2. COMPANY PROFILE 12-19 CHAPTER – III 3. PRODUCTION PROFILE 20-26 CHAPTER – IV 4. STUDY OF DEPARTMENTS 27-48 CHAPTER – V 5 49-59 WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CHAPTER - VI 6 60-78 DATA REPORT 7 FINDINGS AND SOLUTIONS 79-82 BIBLIOGRAPHY 83-84 8 ANNEXURE 85Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 1
  2. 2. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.CHAPTER - I 8) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 9) OBJECTIVES OF STUDY 10) THE WORKING CAPITAL NEED ARISES FOR THE FOLLOWING PURPOSE 11) SCOPE OF STUDY 12) LIMITATION OF THE STUDY 13) METHODOLOGY 14) REVIEW OF EARLIER LITERATUREBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 2
  3. 3. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.1) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This summer project “A STUDY OF WORKING CAPITAL IN NIRANI SUGARS LTD.”deals to ascertain this efficiency of working capital management of the company. Working capital may be regarded as lifeblood of business. Working capital is needed to meetthe day-to-day requirement of the business unit. The exploitation of working capital assets is possibleonly by efficient working capital management. This study on working capital management isconducted in NIRANI SUGARS Ltd. Working capital management not only shows the financial efficiency of business, but also itscredit worthiness, which has gained importance in these days of credit squeeze. Therefore, study ofthe management of working capital is very necessary. Objective of the project was to study thepattern and procedures followed for managing various components of working capital, so as toevaluate the efficiency of working capital management. So, this study intends to comprehensivelyevaluate the inventory, receivables, creditors and cash management. The study also aims to analyzethe alternative sources of working capital financing employed by NIRANI SUGARS Ltd.Desk Research method is adopted for this study. The required information was collected throughsecondary sources.+ Secondary data were collected from various sources including the annual reports of thecompany for the year 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09. Ratio analysis is the major tool for analyzing the working capital management of NIRANISUGARS Ltd.. and also the information for 5 years is collected. Ratio Analysis has been Carried out using Financial Information for last five accounting yearsi.e. from 2004 to 2009 Ratio have also been analyzed.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 3
  4. 4. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.2) OBJECTIVES OF STUDY 1) To study the overall working of the organization. i.e. study of all department & organization structure 2) To study the efficiency of working capital management of the company 3) To study the efficiency of cash, inventory and receivables management of the company 4) To understand and analyze the working capital position of NIRANI Sugars Ltd. During the period of 2004-2008. 5) To measure the overall financial position of the organization with the help of ratio analysis.3) THE WORKING CAPITAL NEED ARISES FOR THE FOLLOWING PURPOSE • For purchasing raw materials, components and spare parts • For paying wages and salaries • To increase day-to-day expense and overhead costs like fuel, power and office expense etc. • To meet selling costs of packing advertising etc… • To provide credit facilities to customers4) SCOPE OF STUDY Since the decision regarding working capital are of an operating nature not one time decision,the scope of the study is geared towards identifying important areas of control and to establish modelfor better control of the various components of working capital The study would also attempt to identify the various sources available for financing ofworking capital. The study gives a fair idea of improvement in efficiency of working capital management andalso to have proper control over the components of working capital and managing of efficiency.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 4
  5. 5. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.5) LIMITATION OF THE STUDY • This study deals only with the data made available. Hence the result of this study cannot judge the business of the firm in general • The study have been influenced by the limitation of the ratio analysis • The study extensively uses the data provided is the financial reports of the firm which may also have their own limited perspective • The analysis made on the working capital management is for a particular period of time the current assets and current liabilities will change for an analysis made at any other of time.6) METHODOLOGY Desk Research method is adopted for this study. The required information was collectedthrough secondary sources. Secondary data were collected from various sources including the annual reports of thecompany for the year 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09. Ratio analysis is the major tool for analyzing the working capital management of NiraniSugars Ltd.. and also the information for 5 years is collected.7) REVIEW OF EARLIER LITERATURE Annual reports of the companyBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 5
  6. 6. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.INDUSTRIAL PROFILEIndia is the largest consumer & second largest producer of sugar in the world. The Indian sugar industry second large agro industry Located in the rural India. The Indian sugar has a turnover of rs.500 billion per annum & it contributes almost rs.22.5 billion to the central & state exchequer as tax, cess & excise duty every year. It is the second largest agro-processing industry in the country after cotton textiles. With 453 operating sugar mills in different part of the country, Indian sugar industry has been a focal point for a socio-economic development in the rural areas. About 50 million sugarcane farmers & a large number of agricultural labors are involved in sugarcane cultivation & ancillary activities, constituting 7.5 % of the rural population. Besides, the industry provides employment to about 2 million skilled/semi-skilled workers & others mostly from the rural areas. The industry not only generates power for its own requirement but surplus power for export to the grid based on by-product-bagasse. It also produces ethyl alcohol, which is used for industrial &portable uses,& can be used to manufacture ethanol, an ecology friendly &renewable fuel for blending with petrol. The sugar industry in the country uses only sugarcane as input; hence Sugar Company’shave been established in large sugarcane growing states like Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka,Gujarat, and Tamil Nadu & Andhra Pradesh. In the year 2005-06 these six states contributed morethan 85 % of total sugar production in the country; Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra & Karnataka togethercontribute more than 65 % of total productionBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 6
  7. 7. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.The given chart shows the state manner wise production in India for 2003-04 & 2005-06. Sugar production by state in IndiaSource: Indian sugar magazine December 2005, published by isma.The government de-licensed the sugar sector in august 1998, thereby removing the restrictions onexpansion of existing capacity as well as on establishment of new units, with the only stipulation thata minimum distance of kms . Would continue to be observed between an existing sugar mill & a newmill. State 2003- % of total 2005- % of total 04 06 Uttar Pradesh 5.65 28.06% 4.55 33.60% Maharashtra 6.22 30.86% 3.18 23.44% Karnataka 1.87 9.28% 1.12 8.24% Gujarat 1.25 6.22% 1.07 7.87% Tamil Nadu 1.64 8.16% 0.92 6.80% Andhra Pradesh 1.21 6.01% 0.89 6.54% Haryana 0.64 3.16% 0.58 4.30% Punjab 0.59 2.91% 0.39 2.88% Uttaranchal 0.50 2.47% 0.39 2.86% Bihar 0.41 2.03% 0.27 2.02% Others 0.17 0.85% 0.20 1.46% Total 20.14 100.00% 13.55 100.00%There are 566 installed sugar mills in the country with a production capacity of 180 lack mts ofsugar, of which only 453workinG.These mills are located in 18 states of the country. Around 315 ofthe total installed mills are co-operative sector, 189 in the private sector & 62 in public sector.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 7
  8. 8. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.Sugarcane availability Sugarcane occupies about 2.7% of the total cultivated area & it is one of the mostimportant cash crops in the country. The area under sugarcane gradually increased from 2.7 millionhectors in 1980-81 to 4.3 million hector in 2003-04, mainly because of much larger diversion of landfrom other crops to sugarcane by the farmer for economic reason. The sugarcane area howeverdeclined in the year 2005-06 to 3.9 million hector & to 3.7 million hector in 2004-05, mainly due todrought & pest attacks. From a level of 154 MMT in 1980-81, the sugar production increased to 241MMT IN 1990-91 & further to 296 MMT in 2000-01. Since then it has been hovering around 300MMT until last year. In the season 2004-05, however, sugarcane production decline to 236 MMTmainly due to drought & pest attacks. Not only sugarcane acreage & sugarcane production has beenincreasing, ever drawl of sugarcane by the sugar industry has also been increased over the period. InIndia, sugarcane is utilized by sugar mils as well as by traditional sweeteners like jiggery &khadisakhar producers. The chart given below gives data on sugarcane utilization for different purposes: SUGARCANE UTILIZATION (% of sugarcane utilization for) Year White Gur & Seed, feed sugar Khandsari & chewing 1990-1991 33.4 54.8 11.8 2000-2001 50.7 37.4 11.8 2001-2002 59.7 28.8 11.5 2002-2003 57.4 31.5 11.1 2003-2004 68.9 20.1 11.1 2004-2005 56.1 32.5 11.4Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 8
  9. 9. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.Sugar production: Most of the sugar in India is manufacture & sold as “plantation white sugar” which isproduced by double sulphitation process, while the norms in developed & emerging nations isrefined sugar which is produced by the phosphitation process. Most of the mills in India are not equipped to make refined sugar mills which aredesigned to produce refined sugar can manufacture sugar not only from sugarcane but also from rawsugar which can be imported. Therefore, such mills can run their production all the year round, asopposed to single state mills, which are dependent upon the seasonal supply of sugarcane.International sugar industry demand & supplyBrazil & India are the largest sugar producing countries followed by china, USA, Thailand, Austria,Mexico, Pakistan, and France & German. Global sugar production inched from approximately125.88 MMT in 1995-96 to 149.4 MMT in 2002-03 & then declined to 143.7 MMT in 2003-04,where as consumption increased steadily from 118.1 MMT in 1995-96 to142.8 MMT in 2003-04 asshown in below given chart. The word consumption is projected to grow to 160.7 MMT by 2010 &176.1 MMT by 2015. The worlds largest consumers of sugars are India, china, Brazil, USA, Russia, Mexico,Pakistan, Indonesia, Germany & Egypt. According to USDA foreign agriculture service, theconsumption of sugar in Asian countries has increased at a faster rate, as a direct result of increasingpopulation, increasing per capita income & increased availability.World sugar trade World trade in raw sugar is typically around 22MMT & white sugar around 16MMT. Brazilis the largest importer followed by EU, Thailand, Australia & Cuba. The largest importers areRussia, Indonesia, UK, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, and the Middle East & North Africa.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 9
  10. 10. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 10
  11. 11. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.SYNOPSIS 1) Objectives of Study • To study the overall working of the organization. i.e. study of all department & organization structure • To study the efficiency of working capital management of the company. • To study the efficiency of cash, inventory and receivables management of the company. • To understand and analyze the working capital position of NIRANI Sugars Ltd. During the period of 2005-2009. • To measure the overall financial position of the organization with the help of ratio analysis.The working capital need arises for the following purpose • For purchasing raw materials, components and spare parts • For paying wages and salaries • To incure day-to-day expense and overhead costs like fuel, power and office expense etc. • To meet selling costs of packing advertising etc… • To provide credit facilities to customers 2) Scope of Study Since the decision regarding working capital are of an operating nature not one time decision,the scope of the study is geared towards identifying important areas of control and to establish modelfor better control of the various components of working capital The study would also attempt to identify the various sources available for financing ofworking capital. The study gives a fair idea of improvement in efficiency of working capital management andalso to have proper control over the components of working capital and managing of efficiency.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 11
  12. 12. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.4) Limitation of the study • This study deals only with the data made available. Hence the result of this study cannot judge the business of the firm in general • The study have been influenced by the limitation of the ratio analysis • The study extensively uses the data provided is the financial reports of the firm which may also have their own limited perspective • The analysis made on the working capital management is for a particular period of time the current assets and current liabilities will change for an analysis made at any other of time.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 12
  13. 13. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 13
  14. 14. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. CHAPTER 2COMPANY PROFILEBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 14
  15. 15. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. INTRODUCTION OF NIRANI SUGARS LTD. • M/s Nirani sugars Ltd, Promoted by Mr.Murugesh R Nirani. B.E, D.B.M. a technical Graduate and local MLA of Bilagi and Minister of large and Medium Scale Industry Govt of Karnataka. He comes from an agricultural family from Bilagi Taluk of Bagalkot Dt. He started as an industrialist with setting up of a modern Khandasari Unit at Mudhol. He is also very actively involved as a Managing Director OF Bilagi sugars mill Ltd, a new 2500 TCD sugar and Co-gen plant at his constituency Bilagi. The new unit is completed and commenced commercial production in December 2005. He has also been recognized and awarded Bharat Udyog Ratna award from Govt of India. He has also taken over a sick mini cement plant of 100 TPD capacities at Mudhol area, which has now been put into commercial operation with a capacity of 200 TDP within a short span of time. He has also contributed his service in setting up residential school and D, Ed College at Mudhol. • Nirani sugars Ltd. Is presently operating a sugar mill of 5000 tones cane / day (5000 TCD). This sugar mill was originally established as a khandasari sugar factory of 500 TCD in the year 1997-98. In fact this was the most modern khandasari sugar factory & was first in the country to have started with high pressure boiler, turbo generator set with captive power generation, multiple effect pressure evaporator system with falling film evaporators etc. it successfully produced goods quality white crystal sugar. But as khandasari unit, it had its own constraints due to technical limitations and govt policies. • Subsequently, making use of the govt. of India’s liberalized policy, vide govt of India notification DCS /S/14/97 dated 2-6-98, which permitted conversion of khandsari sugar Readopting vaccum evaporation & vaccum pan boiling systems along with related changes. NSL did not lose time to expand the capacity to 5000 TCD, side by side taking development measures to increase cane area & cane availability. Today NSL is a regular sugar factory with 5000 TCD capacity with improved efficiencies. • But however, NSL could not enjoy the economy of scale. According the company conceived a project to expand the sugar mill to 2500 TCD with cogeneration of power of 16MW. In order to reach the minimum viable capacity for a sugar unit, as per govt of india’s norms. While the same was in conceptual stage, the industrial scenario started changing. The industry in general started realizing that the sugar mills with cogeneration of power should have still higher capacities up to 10000 TCD. This has been widely recognized & appreciated by the policy makers at all levels, & the financial institutions. Further, it is also recognized that the stand alone sugar mills, even with viable capacity may find it difficult to operateBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 15
  16. 16. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. profitably on a sustained basis in a view of the exposure to the international market. The industry has to with stand the pulls & pressures or ups & downs of the global market, which fluctuates depending upon the sugar scenario in different part of the world.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 16
  17. 17. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. • Having regard to the above. The new sugar projects in the country, are coming up with a capacity of 5000 TCD & more with the facility of cogeneration of power. A number of existing mills in the country are expanding to even bigger capacities like 7500 TCD, 10000 TCD & so on. • Falling in line with the above, NSL thought it prudent to make an upward revision and accordingly enhance the capacity to 5000 TCD from 2500 TCD as conceived earlier. • The cogeneration of power permits generation of surplus power, which is encashable and thus helps augmentation of income to the industry substantially on a sustained basis. The profitability of the cogeneration plant increases with increase in the size of the plant. Bigger cogeneration plants are feasible only with bigger sugar mills, either as forward integration or with back up support for fuel. • The market and the price for the power produced is assured as the surplus power so generated is under written by KPTCL through “power purchase Agreement”. The govt of Karnataka also shares the aforesaid viewpoint & encourages cogeneration of power by sugar factories using bagasse as a fuel. In support of this, the govt has announced a capital subsidy of Rs. 25 lakhs per MW of surplus power, for such cogen projects. • More importantly, it is important to note that private companies have come forward to purchase power from cogen. Plants offering even higher prices than those offered by electricity corporations of the state. In fact NSL has already entered into an agreement with TATA power trading company Ltd. For sale of power at a price of Rs3.61 per unit. • Having appreciated the above, it is imperative for NSL to go for expansion of the sugar mill from the present capacity of 5000 TCD to 10000 TCD. While doing so, it makes sense to update the technologies & modernize the entire plant. It needs no emphasis that the expansion project would be meaningful only if associated with the cogeneration of power & in turn associated with energy saving devices.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 17
  18. 18. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. • To match the sugar mill expansion from 5000 TCD to 10000 TCD, NSL proposes to double its cogeneration capacity also from 16MW to 48MW.COMPANY PROFILEName of the company : NIRANI SUGARS LIMITED. MUDHOLAddress : Nirani Sugars Limited. Vinayak Nagar, Sy No-166 Near Kulali Cross, Jamakhandi Road, Mudhol – 587313 Dist: BagalkotRegd. Office : # 2053, High Point- II 45 Palace Road, Bangalore – 560 001Branch Office : BijapurStatus of Company : Sole trading concern.Constitution of the firm : Registered under companies act 1956Financial Institutions : K.S.I.D.C, IDBI, BOI,Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 18
  19. 19. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. K.S.F.CBankers of the Company : I.C.I.C.I Bank Jamakhandi S.B.I Mudhol Branch. Indian Bank Lokapur. Grameen bank Mudhol.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 19
  20. 20. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.Products : Sugar (L30, M30, S30) Molasses, Press Mud, Bagasse. Electricity.Press Mud / Filter cake : This is also another type of product. It is sold for Rs.250 per Ton.Sugar Storing Capacity : 3 lakh Bags.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 20
  21. 21. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE COMPANY  To produce entire crystal sugar at international par quantity standards.  Optimum utilization of the Raw material, Time, Manpower & Money.  Socio friendly environment, Pollution free condition.  Power generation, Petroleum products and even distribution.  To make available good working condition and opportunity development with proper training and high moral.  Maintain continuous improvement programs in Technology.  Help farmers to increase there yield through research & development.  Establish an effective & reliable process control.  To produce good quality sugar at acceptable prices to meet the increasing demandVISION OF NIRANI SUGARS LTD.  To establish production 7,500 T.C.D at Mudhol.  To produce 40 Megawatt electricity.  To produce 12,000 liters of distillery unit..  To produce 10,000 ton Bio fertilizers.  To establish agricultural development and resource center at Mudhol.  Plan to establish Nirani Education Institution in Bilagi and Mudhol.  Vijaya Co-operative Credit society. Vijayanagar Mudhol.  To implement highly technical Nirani Educational institutes Mudhol & BilagiBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 21
  22. 22. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. MISSION We will provide products of superior quality at competitive price and ensure sustained profitability and growth. We will protect the interest of all concerned promoters, shareholders, customers, distributors, employees and community. We believe in fair trade practice, standards and strive for total customer’s satisfaction, keeping the environment eco friendly. We believe that our people are most valuable assets for personal and organizational growth. We will treat our people with dignity and look after the safety and welfare of individuals and there families. We provide electricity which is major necessity for the country. Sugar industries are providing ethanol which can be added in diesel and diesel is major requirement of the company.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 22
  23. 23. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE OF NSLChairman & MD : Murugesh R Nirani. (B.E.Civil.MBA)Board of Directors : H R Nirani.Advocative Kamala M Nirani L R.Nirani S R.NiraniAdministration : Sangamesh R Nirani (ExecutiveDirector) R.V. Vatnal (Technical Director) S.V. Karriyannavar (CEO) S.C. Iitnal (GM of Plant) M.R. Dabade (Dy GM Production) M.S. Heggalagi (Manager, PMP) B.S. Khandekar (GM Cane) M.M. Hiremath (Finance) S.C. Salagare (Chief Engineer) S.G. Yaragatti (Stores purchase officer) M.R. Agnihotri (Personnel officer)Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 23
  24. 24. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. CHAPTER 3 PRODUCTION PROFILEBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 24
  25. 25. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.BY-PRODUCTS OF SUGAR INDUSTRY Utilisation as Fuel for CO- GENFuel Gases Bagass SugarFilter Mud Sugar CaneCompositeFertilizer Direct UtilizationProtein FromCane Juice Distillery Industry Fiberous ProductsBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 25
  26. 26. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. Furnace Ash Molasses Ethnol Rectified SpiritBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 26
  27. 27. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.PRODUCT PROFILE The factory produces about 184400 Tones of plantation crystal white sugar. As per statutefrom Govt of India the sugar can be packed in 100 Kg net Gunny bags and 50 Kg net Polythenebags. As per the Indian sugar standards the sugar can be graded in 3 grades by size and color namelyL, M, S (size) and 29, 30 (color). The factory envisages producing M30 and s30 grades. The storageof sugar will be done in a warehouse built in masonry and roofed with AC sheets. The size of thewarehouse will be suitable to store about 50% of a season’s production. The molasses which is a by product, is a highly viscous liquid. The total production ofmolasses in a season will be about 40,480 Tone. Two steel storage tanks of capacity 4000 tone eachwill be added. This can accommodate about 2 month’s production. As the demand for molasses ishigh, it is proposed to sell the molasses to distilleries as raw material to produce alcohol. Beside the finished goods and molasses storage space is required for Bagasse, ash and filtermud. Adequate open will be provided for these in the factory for easy and smooth working of thefactory.Main Product- White Crystal SugarThe main product of the sugar manufacturing process is white crystal sugar.This white crystal sugar is manufactured in the following grades:1) L-30 [Large size sugar]2) M-30 [Medium size sugar]3) S1-30 [small size sugar]4) S2-30 [very small size]Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 27
  28. 28. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.PERFORMANCE OF NSL 1. TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF SUGAR YEAR SUGAR (in Qtls) 2005-2006 47,995 2006-2007 1,62,446 20007-2008 2,65,148 2008-09 3,43,132Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 28
  29. 29. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. YEAR BAGASSE (in Qtls) 2005-2006 142322.22 2006-2007 402859.12 20007-2008 684097.67 2008-2009 759807.39 2. TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF BAGASSEBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 29
  30. 30. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. 3. TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF MOLASSESBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 30
  31. 31. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. YEAR MOLASSES (in Qtls) 2005-2006 17895.70 2006-2007 49700.00 20007-2008 90781.42 2009-2009 143572.53PRODUCTI Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 31ON
  32. 32. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.4. TABLE SHOWING SUGAR RECOVRY YEAR SUGAR RECOVRY (%) 2005-2006 10.09 % 2006-2007 12.11 % 20007-2008 11.62 % 2008-2009 12.09%Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 32
  33. 33. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. CHAPTER 4Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 33
  34. 34. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. STUDY OF DEPARTMENTSBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 34
  35. 35. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 35
  36. 36. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. FUNCTIONAL DEPARTMENTS STUDY OF DEPARTMENTS 1. Human Resource Department 2. Marketing Department 3. Purchase Department 4. Cane Development Department 5. Production Department 6. Finance Department 7. Sales and Distribution DepartmentBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 36
  37. 37. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. 1 HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT The Human Resource department is the primarily concerned with the human constitution ofan organization. It is concerned with the manpower recruitment, remuneration, promotion,retirement etc., all related to human resource or labors of the organization. The Human Resource Department refers to the systematic approach to the problem ofselection, training motivating and retaining personnel in any organization. It also consider withplanning, organizing, directing the personnel functions in the organization.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 37
  38. 38. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.The department is also concerned with recruitment selection and placement. 1 Development and training to the workers. 2 Development evaluation of the workers. 3 Wage and salary administration.In Nirani Sugars the personnel manager takes all the above responsibilities and undertakes theactivities concerned with him. Suitable candidates are selected to a particular job according to their qualification andexperience. There is no necessary to give training to the workers on separate machine other than actualproduction process. Hence training is given on the job only. Manager and supervisor are continuously inspecting every worker ti access their performanceand there is a better scope for hard workers.TIME OFFICE Time office is one of the important sections of administration department. This sectionmaintains the attendance of workers. It also shows records of particular workers about his workinghours, dit, etc. it evaluates the workers punctuality, discipline and uniforms and maintains documentsand records for the future reference purpose.FUNCTIONS 1 Showing the absenteeism report of HOD. 2 To receive the attendance cards from the workers. 3 To put attendance of the workers in he muster role.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 38
  39. 39. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.In time office there are 4 types of leaves.SICK LEAVE : employees are eligible to take have on the sickness. 8 days sick leave shall begranted with full wages.CASUAL LEAVE : 10 days casual leave shall be granted with full wages or pay including DA tothe every workman.PRIVILEGED LEAVE: 15 Days privileged leave shall be granted with full wages or pay includingDA to the every workman for every completed year.SECURITY OFFICE : Security officer also one of the important section of the administrationdepartment. There are totally 39 guards.DUTIES OF SECURITY OFFICER 1 Maintain the silencing in the factory area. 2 Time maintenance of workers. 3 Raw materials is checked according to the voucher. 4 Incoming materials are checked, if they are right, they will records inward and seal the bill and leave inside. 5 If out going material from the industry that person must and should have got pass and it is entered in outwards. 6 If goods are returnable, it will be entered in return A/C book. 7 All times of A/C’s are submitted to M.D. daily.FACILITY TO WORKERS 1 Availability of rest house with TV facility. 2 Availability of quarters. 3 Providing 2 wheelers for employees who are visiting the field to supervise and check the availability cane. 4 Executive levels are provided with 4 wheelers.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 39
  40. 40. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. 5 Weekly one holiday of any in a week NATIONAL HOLIDAYS The industry can give the leave for the national holidays, fair days of national holidays shouldbe given to the employees, such as Independence day, Republic Day, Gandhi Jayanti etc.DUTIES OF TIME OFFICE:- 1 Maintenance of clock 2 Sequencing the punching cards 3 Siren maintenance ( signal value ) 4 Observation of employees 5 Maintaining Notice Board 6 Accepting leave letter application 7 Over time requisition 8 Absent statementSHIFT WORKING:- In a shift of 8 hours factory is providing 4 types of shifts:- 1st shift 4 am – 12 pm 2nd shift 12 pm – 8 pm 3rd shift 8 pm – 4 am General shift 8.30 am – 5.30 pm The time office maintains register of muster role absenteeism, accident report file and leaveletter file.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 40
  41. 41. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.OBJECTIVES OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT 1. To maintain good relation between employer and employees. 2. To maintain good industrial relation. 3. To select right person at right job. 4. To cope with a chain. 5. To develop employees in organization. 6. To full utilization of human resource.FUNCTIONS OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT Recruitment Job analysis and job description Promotion Wages and salary administration Training and development Records and incentives Welfare maintenanceBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 41
  42. 42. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. H. R. DNUMBER OF WORKERS Officers - 24 Regular - 172 Trainees - 351 Daily wages with order - 17 Total - 564Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 42
  43. 43. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. II MARKETING DEPARTMENTBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 43
  44. 44. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.MARKETING PROCESS The term marketing has been derived from the word MARKET. Market is generallyunderstood as a place or geographical area where buyers and sellers meet and enter in to transactionsinvolving transfer of ownership of goods, service, and securities.Features of Marketing 1 It is consumer oriented. 2 It starts and ends with consumer. 3 Marketing is a system 4 It is a goal oriented. 5 Exchange process is the essence of marketing. 6 It is the guiding element of business.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 44
  45. 45. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.MARKETING Marketing is a social and managerial process by which individual and group obtainswhat they need and what through creating, offering and exchanging products of values with others.This marketing is important element in every organization, which should be maintained compulsoryin a systematic manner. This section will take care of all sale transactions like sale of sugar, molasses, Bagasseand scrap material. This section works by 7 employees including sales manager. The factory hassold the sugar according to central government notification. The central government sends the noticeto the factory every month regarding sale of sugar, without notice the sugar is not sold to anybody.The government is giving permission for a particular period, particular for sale of sugar. The sugaris sold to the buyer who quotes highest price. In this section, some records like sale of sugar register,molasses register, Bagasse registers and scrap material registers are maintained.PRODUCT OF SALE The organization undertakes selling activities in two methods:- 1 FREE SALE:- free sale of sugar is being done to bulk purchases on the basis of tenders called, collected, negotiated and sold. 2 LEVY SALE:- This is being sold to the government of Karnataka on levy basis. The government then distributes the same to the public through public distribution outlets at predetermined reasonable price.PURCHASE DEPARTMENT Purchase success and failure of any company depends on the cost of materials, the properbuying of materials and procurement of materials at the right time from the right source is havinggreater importance in any business. There is a need for separate department for buying the materialsknown as Purchasing department.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 45
  46. 46. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. The purchase section also connected to administrative department. In this section 3 workersare working including purchase officers. This section is purchasing all types of materials for thefactory, plant and machinery. This department also maintains the quality of raw materials, by taking the sample of cane tolaboratory test then if the raw material will below standard then will be rejected, otherwise the rawmaterial will be purchased at the particular price.FUNCTIONS OF PURCHASE DEPARTMENT • Receiving purchasing requisition • Determining the volume of materials to be ordered • Placing orders • Inviting tenders and quotations from different suppliers • Checking and passing bills for payment. • Receiving and inspecting materials.QUALITIES OF PURCHASE MANAGER In Nirani Industry the purchase has to follow the following qualities. • Good knowledge of industry and material used in the industry. • Administrative and organizing ability • Honesty and integrity • Knowledge and contract of law • Knowledge of economic principles and demand and supply • Knowledge of government policiesRESPONSIBILITIES OF PURCHASING MANAGER • Purchasing of materials at right time and in proper way from right source. • Receiving or materials. • Storing of materials. • Issuing of materials.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 46
  47. 47. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. • Accounting of materials. • Keeping proper records of material purchased. • Properly planned for material required. • Co-ordination and co-operation between different departments. CANE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENTOBJECTIVES OF CANE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT  to get high yield of sugarcane to the factory in right time.  To improve variety of cane  To develop the backward area  To provide all facilities like seeds, fertilizers, unloading and loading charges  To maintain registration of cane, gang and plantation.  To undertake seed distribution programme The soil of this area is varying alluvial fertile soil is there on the bank of Krishna andGhataprabha rivers. Further upwards, there is a medium deep black soil, vary fertile well drainedlight to medium clay soil, which has received heavy application if from yard Manu science last 10-12years also is presently in some parts.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 47
  48. 48. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. The main function of cane development department is to arrange for raw material, which isrequired to the factory. For this the order is received by priority basis ( that is growers who growssugar cane first in his lead ). They also provide a loading gang with 8 to 10 members per village andalso a bonded tractor for transportation.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 48
  49. 49. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.SUGAR CANE VARIETIES At present COC-671, COC-8011 are very popular sugar cane varieties growing in this area.The factory had introduced a new variety of sugar cane that is COC – 86032 two years back. Heremore than 85% of sugar cane is of variety COC – 671 which is mainly grown in this area. S.L NAME OF THE VARIETY AREA IN HA (P) (R) 1 CO-C-671 1153 ha 60.02% 2 CO-8011 480 ha 24.99% 3 CO-86032 1921 ha 14.99% PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT The production department is center of the center organization. The main function of theproduction department is Functions:-  To maintain close and co-ordinates relationship with all others.  To upgrade the technical efficiency of the production.  To flow up the daily production schedule of as per plan.  To produce the future needs of the company and to promote the organization.OBJECTIVES:- • To plan and meet the production requirements as per customer specification through the continuous improvement in the planning processing and optimum utilization of resource. • To identify control the customer supplied products. • To produce for future needs and customers specification.This department is one of the core parts in every organization and it plays a vital role in theorganization, smooth going, basically, in every sugar industry production is divided in to twosections.  Engineering section  Manufacturing sectionBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 49
  50. 50. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. PRODUCTION PROCESSStep 1. weighing of sugar cane, it means, when the sugar cane comes to the factory. After weighingof sugar cane the unloaded carrier cane weigh bridge.Step 2. In the next step sugar cane go to the cane cutter machine and it cuts the fine pieces after that,there are 3 mills and 5 mills tandem that is sequential mill.Step 3. After the milling of sugar cane there is a separation of baggasse and juice milk, baggassewill be used as a fuel. There are 7 boilers. They used as a fuel and there is production steam andsteam is used to produce the electricity.Step 4. The juice, weighing takes place and there are mixing the juice and there is addition ofphosphoric. After heated of juice milk 75 C that juice is called as Raw juice. Additional of milk of lime and SO2 is called Sulfur and this again goes to juice heater itheated up to 104 C.Step 5. Then the next step, the juice sent to clarifier and in that there is a separation of dust and cleartransferals juice. Clear juice sends to “Bhoomi Labh”. This is the produce fertilizer. Clear juice will be thick.It calls as syrup. Again add to the milk and SO2 then it is called syrup suplitation.Step 6. sulpitation comes to the pan boiling station and this there are 3 categories, A,B and C first ofall the sulpitation goes to the “A” category. And the pan boiling directly goes to pan crystal. Raw sugar goes to the centrifugal machinerouted to the high speed of around 1200 rpm. It will be separated sugar crystal and molasses.Step 7. In this, the sugar crystal downs and passes through grass happer. In the grass happer thesugar goes to the one place to another place. After there is gradation, in that there are 3 grades. It will be divide the 3 grades:- high grade,small grade, low grade.Step 8. And then the sugar goes to the different vessels. In that, package of sugar. In this there are 2types packing exporting and domestic is different.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 50
  51. 51. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. FINISHED PRODUCTS Finished product is sugar. There are 3 types of finished sugars, High Quality, Middle Qualityand Low Quality. These are 3 types of bye products  Molasses  Bagasse  Filters mudENGINEERING SECTION This section is assisted by workshop. It maintains all the work connected with plant andmachinery.WORKSHOP In this workshop machinery work is done. The spares, materials are fabricated using thelather machines in the workshop, shaping like square cutting etc is also done in the workshop.Following machines are used in this workshop. o 2 lathe machines for round job o 1 redial drilling machines for drilling hole o 1 shaping machine of 32* for right angle planning o 1 hacksaw machine for cutting o 1 grinding machine for tool grindingMANUFACTURING SECTION The manufacturing section again divided in to 3 sub sections.  Laboratory  Manufacturing process  Go downBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 51
  52. 52. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.LABORATORY:- The factory has a separate well equipped laboratory. The main activity of the lab is to checkthe content of sugar in the sugarcane and also fixing the correct shape and size of sugar. The labprepares hourly reports which advice on the addition of other chemicals in he production.OTHER CONCERNED ACTIVIGIES OF THE LABORAORY  It determines the percentage of water content in the dilution of juice.  It determines as well as maintaining the temperature of boiling juice.  Choice of color and size of sugar.  To manage time and quality.  It decided the percentage and contents and chemicals to be added during production.  To finds the PH of water through universal indicator. CHEMICAL DEPARTMENTBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 52
  53. 53. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.CHEMICALS USED IN PRODUCTION Caustic Soda ( Sodium Carbonate ) Washing soda ( Sodium Bicarbonate ) Common salt ( sodium Chloride ) Phosphoric Acid ( To maintain the PH ) Ammonium Bi-fluoride Formalin quality maintain and preservative Mill sanitation chemical to prevent the generation of bacteria and germs Hydrous - Used for Color Viscosity - Used for reducer Misopropile - Used for Alcohol Commercial HCL Bleaching Powder - Shining purpose Led Acitate -For laboratory purposeBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 53
  54. 54. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. FINANCE DEPARTMENTBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 54
  55. 55. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION DEPARTMENTSALES MANGEMENT PRACTICE OF NIRANI SUGARS The marketing department of Nirani Sugars is working in two ways. 1. Free Scale 2. Levy Scale The out put of the factory produced is sold to public and Government in the ratio of 40 : 60all the functions of marketing department are generally done by the sales manage who is in charge ofassistant manager. The factory has big market area for sugar in Bagalkot, Bijapur and Belgum Districts. Little inlocal area covered by local sugar dealers. The bi-products is also sold in large volume to biscuits,chocolate and wine industries and also is used by distilleries. SALESMANSHIP AT NIRANI SUGARS It is the duty of marketing manager to appoint sales representatives salesmanship is notnecessary at Nirani Sugar, because the reasons are:- • Because their product is available at ever corner of the district • As the product is not a lectury one so it is not necessary to appoint sales man.As the product is an essential one salesman are not required to approach the customers at their doorstep and induce them to purchase their product.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 55
  56. 56. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. CHAPTER 5WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENTBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 56
  57. 57. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENTINTRODUCTION: The aim of the present study is to examine the Working Capital management. “Since theefficiency of the Working Capital management is determined by the efficient administration of itsvarious components- cash, accounts receivable and inventory, the study attempts to determine themanagement of each component”. “Working Capital in a business enterprise may be compared to the blood in a human body:Blood gives life and strength to the human body. Similarly Working Capital injects life and strength-profits and solvency - to the business organization”. Working Capital refers to short term fundsrequired for the purpose of business operations. The funds used for meeting day to day expenses like,purchase of raw materials, payment of wages and other expenses, stocking of goods, granting ofcredit to customers and maintenance of the minimum balance. It is not necessary that the fundsshould be in the form of cash only. It can be in the form of near cash items like, marketablesecurities, inventories and account receivableBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 57
  58. 58. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.CONCEPT OF WORKING CAPITAL Like most other financial concepts, the concept of ‘Working Capital’ is used in differentconnotations by different writers. Obviously, it is understood either as the total current assets or asthe excess of current assets over current liabilities. The former is referred to the gross workingCapital and the latter the net Working Capital.So there are two concepts in Working Capital: 1. Gross Working Capital. 2. Net Working Capital. Gross Working Capital is the total of all current assets, viz. cash, marketable securitiesaccount receivable and inventory Net Working Capita refers to excess of current assets over currentliabilities. Both of these concepts have their own importance. “The gross concept is a going concernconcept in which management is particularly interested because for the productive utilization offixed assets all the currents are necessary. The net concept is useful to gauge the financial soundnessof a form and is of special interest to sundry creditors and suppliers of short-term loans andadvances. It creates confidence among the creditors about the security of their amounts”.No special distinction is made between the terms ‘total current assets’ and ‘Working Capital’ bysome authors “ Working Capital is nothing but total of current assets. It is a substitute for WorkingCapital, though not a perfect one”“Working Capital is the capital circulating into cash over an operating cycle. Working Capital isequated with all the current assets”.“Working Capital and current assets are interchangeable”.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 58
  59. 59. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.In support of these above statements they put forth the following arguments: 1. Profits are earned with the help of the assets, which are partly fixed and partly current. To a certain degree, similarity can be observed in fixed and current assets in that both are partly borrowed and yield profit over and above the interest costs; logic then demands that current asset should be taken to mean the Working Capital of the corporation; 2. With every increase in funds, the gross Working Capital will increase while according to the net concept of Working Capital there will be no change in the funds available for the operating manager; 3. The management is more concerned with the total current assets as they constitute the total funds available for operating purposes than with the sources from which the funds came; 4. The net concept of Working Capital has relevance when the form of organization was single entrepreneurship or partnership.Contrary to the aforesaid view, some other authors have stated that “Working Capital is the meredifference between current assets and current liabilities”.The reasons they cite in support of the above statements are:1. In the long run what matters is the surplus of current assets over current liabilities;2. It is this concept which helps creditors and investors to judge the financial soundness of the enterprise;3. What can always be relied upon to meet the contingencies is the excess of current assets over current liabilities. Since it is not to be returned; and4. This definition helps to find out the correct financial position of companies having the same amount of current assets.However, attempts have been made to remove the ambiguity regarding the definition of WorkingCapital. Kuchhal suggests that “the concept of gross Working Capital may be used to refer to thetotal current assets over the current liabilities”. Both the net and the gross concept of WorkingCapital have their own uses.The choice of a particular concept obviously depends upon the purpose in view. If the objective is tomeasure the size and extent to which current assets are being used to optimistic productivity of theconcern, gross concept is more useful. If, on the other hand, the objective lies in evaluating theBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 59
  60. 60. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.liquidity position of an undertaking, the concept of net Working Capital becomes pertinent andpreferable.FACTORS AFFECTING WORKING CAPITAL NEEDSThe Working Capital requirements of a form depend on many factors. It is a common propositionthat the size of Working Capital is a function of sales. Sales alone do not determine the size ofWorking Capital. But it is constantly affected by the crisis- crossing economic currents flowing in abusiness. The nature of the firm’s activities, the industrial health of the country, the availability ofmaterials, the ease or tightness of the money market are all parts of these shifting forces.Realizing the complication involved in Working Capital estimates, Gerstenberg observes, “Althoughno definite rule can be established for determining Working Capital requirements, we can arrive atsome general principles. Certain influences, some inherent in the nature of the business and theothers arising out of business management policies, affect each of the items of current capital.The following factors affect not only the requirements of Working Capital but also influence to agreat extent the composition or structure of Working Capital. It is believed that any attempt atWorking Capital management could be improved upon with greater understanding of the underlyingfactors.The following factors are important:a) Nature of business.b) Period of manufacture and cost of production,c) Volume and terms of purchase,d) Size of business unit,e) Capacity utilization,f) Degree of specialization,g) Seasonal variations,h) Coordination between production and distribution,i) Business cycles,j) Management policy,k) Miscellaneous factors such as government policies, transport and communication system andeconomic and political environment.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 60
  61. 61. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.TYPES OF WORKING CAPITALWhile planning for the Working Capital one has to keep in mind different classification of WorkingCapital. They are: 1. Permanent of fixed Working Capital: Permanent Working Capital is the minimum amount of current assets, which is needed to conduct a business even during the dullest season of the year. This amount varies from year to year, depending upon the growth of a company and the stage of the business cycle in which it operates. It is the amount of funds required to produce the goods and services, which are necessary to satisfy demand at a particular point. It represents the current assets, which are required on a continuing basis over the entire year. It is maintained as the medium to carry on operations at any time. 2. Temporary or variable Working Capital: Temporary or variable or fluctuating Working Capital is the amount of Working Capital which is required to meet seasonal in nature, it means the blocking of Working Capital in stock and it will take time to convert it into cash. In order to meet special exigencies like, launching of extensive marketing campaign, for conducting research etc., special Working Capital is required.INADEQUACY OF WORKING CAPITALA business enterprise should have enough Working Capital. Without adequate Working Capital itcannot be run effectively a manufacturing concern is sure to collapse if it is run for longer periodwithout or with meager amount of Working Capital. Therefore, the enterprise has to maintainadequate Working Capital can avail following advantages: 1. It enables the enterprise to enjoy uninterrupted flow of production by obtaining the raw material well in time. 2. It enables an enterprise to avail cash discounts on the purchase and hence, it reduces costs, 3. It enables to make regular payments of salaries, wages and other day to day commitments which raise the morale of its employees, increases their efficiency, reduce-wastage and costs, 4. It enables to extend favorable credit terms to customers,Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 61
  62. 62. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. 5. It will help to maintain the good will and credit worthiness which is essential for raising the loans from banks and others on easy and favorable terms, 6. It helps to exploit favorable market conditions such as, purchasing its requirements in bulk when the prices are lower and by holding its inventories for higher prices, 7. This gains the confidence of its investors and creates a favorable market to raise additional funds in the future and 8. It creates an environment of security, confidence, high morale and overall efficiency in a business, etc.INADEQUACY OF WORKING CAPITALAt the same time inadequacy of Working Capital will affect business prospects adversely. Goodwillof the firm will be at stake if the Working Capital gap is not bridged. Shortage of Working Capital orinadequacy of Working Capital will affect profitability. Liquidity and soundness of a businessenterprise. It can cause following damages: 1. It stagnates growth. It becomes difficult for the enterprise to undertake profitable projects for non-availability of the Working Capital funds, 2. It becomes difficult to implement operating plans and achieve an enterprise’s profit target, 3. An enterprise may not be able to take advantage of cash discount facilities, 4. An enterprise will not be able to pay its dividends because of the non availability of funds, 5. An enterprise may have to borrow funds at exorbitant rates of interest, 6. Operating inefficiencies creep in when it becomes difficult even to meet day-to-day commitments, 7. An enterprise loses its reputation when it is not in a position to honor its short term obligations. As a result, an enterprise faces tight credit terms.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 62
  63. 63. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.LITERATURE REVIEWAs every enterprise knows that, working capital is the lifeblood and control of nerve center ofthe business. Just as circulation of blood is the essential for maintaining life, working capital isalso essential for maintaining the smooth running of the business.The importance of working capital management is indisputable; Business liability relies on its abilityto effective management of receivables, inventory, and payables. By minimizing the amount offunds tied up in current assets. Firms are able to reduce financing costs or increase the fundsavailable for expansion. Many managerial efforts are put into bringing non-optimal level of currentassets and liabilities back towards their optimal levels.Working Capital refers to the amount of capital which is readily available to an organization that is,working capital is the difference between resources in cash and readily convertible into cash (currentassets) and organizational commitments for which cash will soon be required (current liabilities).Thus, working capital involves activities such as arranging the short-term finance, negotiatingfavorable credit terms, controlling the movement of cash, administrating accounts receivables andmonitoring the investments also a great deal of time.Factors influencing working capital requirementsNature of business – This is one of the primary factors influencing the working capital requirementsof a firm. The NSL is a manufacturing firm, has a longer operating cycle for manufacturing theproducts, and investing more funds in its current assets. Therefore, it requires much more workingcapital.Market conditions – The level of competition existing in the market also influences working capitalrequirement. When competition is high, the company should have enough inventories of finishedgoods to meet a certain level of demand. Otherwise, customers are highly likely to switch over tocompetitor’s products. It thus has greater working capital needs. When competition is low, butdemand for the product is high, the firm can afford to have a smaller inventory and wouldconsequently require lesser working capital. But this factor has not applied in these technologicaland competitive days.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 63
  64. 64. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.ESTIMATION OF WORKING CAPITAL REQIUREMENTSManaging the working capital is a matter of balance. The firms must have sufficient funds on handto meet its immediate needs. The NSL is manufacturing oriented organization; the following aspectshave to be taken into consideration while estimating the working capital requirements. They are:• Total costs incurred on material, wages and overheads.• The length of time for which raw material are to remain in stores before they are issued for production.• The length of the production cycle or work-in-process, i.e., the time taken for conversion of raw material into finished goods.• The length of sales cycle during which finished goods to be kept waiting for sales.• The average period of credit allowed to customers.• The amount of cash required paying day-today expenses of the business.• The average amount of cash required to make advance payments• The average credit period expected to be allowed by suppliers.• Time lag in the payment of wages and other expenses.FINANCING OF WORKING CAPITAL In that NSL, it was financing the working capital from the following five common sources.They are:1. SHARES: The NSL has issued the equity shares for raising the funds. The Equity Shares donot have any fixed commitment charges and the dividend on these shares is to be paid subject to theavailability of sufficient funds. These funds have been injected from the company’s own personalresources, from the members and from the third party investors.2. TRADE CREDITORS: The trade creditors refer to the credit extended by the suppliers of milkin the normal course of business. The firm has a good relationship with the trade creditors. So thatsuppliers send the milk to the firm for the payment to be received in future as per the agreement orBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 64
  65. 65. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.sales invoice. In this way, the firm generates the short-term finances from the trade creditors. It isan easy and convenient method to finance and it is informal and spontaneous source of finance forthe firm.3. FACTORING OR ACCOUNTS RECIEVABLE CREDIT: Another method of raising short-term finance in the NSL is through accounts receivables credit offered by the commercial banks andfactors. A commercial bank has provided finance by discounting the bills or invoices of itscustomers. Thus, a firm gets immediate payment for sales made on credit. The factor is also afinancial institution, which offers services relating to management and financing of debts arising outof credit sales. Factors render services varying from bill discounting facilities provide commercialbanks to the total take over of administration of credit sales including maintenance of sales ledger,collection of accounts receivables, credit control, and protection from bad debts, provision of financeand rendering of advisory services to the firm’s clients.4. LINE-OF-CREDIT: The business is well capitalized by equity and is has a very goodcollateral, the business (the firm) might quality fore one. A line-of-credit allows firm to borrowfunds for short-term needs when they arise. The funds are rapid once the collections of accountsreceivables that result from the short-term sales peak. Lines-of-credit typically are made for one yearat a time and expected to be paid it for 30 to 60 consecutive days some times during the year toensure funds are used for short-term needs only.5. SHORT-TERM LOAN: The firm has borrowed the funds from the commercial banks tofinance for the working capital needs. The short-term loans duration is less than one year. Theyprovide a wide verity of loans to meet the specific requirements of a concern. The different forms inwhich the banks normally provide loan and advances are –• Loans• Cash credits• OverdraftBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 65
  66. 66. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.DATA ANLYSISSANLYSIS 0F WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT Working Capital management involves deciding upon the amount and composition of currentasset and how to finance the asset. This decision involves trade off between risk and profitability. Working Capital Balances are measured from the financial dates of the company’s balancesheet. A study of the causes for changes of working capital that take place in the balance from timeto time is necessary. These changes can be measured in rupee amount and also in percentage bycomparing current assets, current liabilities and working capital over the given period. The importance tools of Working Capital are, I. Ratio Analysis of Working Capital II. Funds Flow Analysis of Working Capital III. Working Capital BudgetBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 66
  67. 67. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. CHAPTER 5 DATA REPORTBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 67
  68. 68. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. CALCULATOIN OF GROSS WORKING CAPITAL TABLE – 01 TABLE SHOWING GROSS WORKING CAPITAL OF NIRANI SUGARS LTD Particulars 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Current Assets Cash and Bank Balance 21347 16680 9679 9217 13618 Other Current Assets 6300 6300 6300 6300 ------- Loans & advances 18663 32726 42916 56818 34813 Inventories 92717 89713 96322 33818 84221 Sundry Debtors 69265 76180 45153 583 2408 Gross Working Capital 208232 221599 200370 106758 135060 INFERENCE The gross working capital has fluctuated with the growth of the business over a period of 2004- 2009. There is an decrease in the current assets of the company. CALCULATION OF NET WORKING CAPITAL TABLE – 02 TABLE SHOWING NET WORKING CAPITAL NIRANI SUGARS,LTD. Particulars 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Current Assets 208232 221599 200370 106758 135060 a) Current Liabilities 327456 451021 499078 524,239 135060 Net Working Capital -119224 -229422 -298708 -417481 61395 (a-b)INTERPRETATION:Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 68
  69. 69. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.The net working capital table indicates that excess current asset is available at the disposal of thecompany for the operational requirements.GRAPH SHOWING NET WORKING CAPITAL IN DEFFURENT YEARS. ]]INTERENCEThe graph shows that there is a decrease in the working capital in the year 2007-08In this year Inventories, Debtors and Loans & advances are increases, Due to increase in theproduction Capacity of the Co, so in this year Working capital is increase from Rs 29387228 to Rs157043223.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 69
  70. 70. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.1) Statement of changes in working capital(2004and2005) (Rs in Lakhs) Effect of As @ Particulars As @ 31/3/05 wc decrease 31/3/04 IncreaseA. Current assetsCash and bank balance 2,44,36 2,13,47 - 3089Other current assets 79,00 63,00 - 1600Loans and advances 2,94,34 1,86,63 -- 10771 Inventories 8,91,91 9,27,17 3526 -- - Sundry debtors 7,23,76 6,92,05 3171 -Total current assets 22,33,37 20,82,32B. Current liabilities 31,53,2 -Current liabilities 27,46,63 40664 7 - 1,21,2 - Provisions 88,64 3265 9 - 2835,2 32,74,5Total current liability 7 6Net current assets(A-B) -601,90 -11,92,24 3526 62560Increase or decrease in working 59034 59034capitalTotal working capital -60190 -60190 62560 62560INTERPRETATION The statement shows that the changes in working capital in the year 2003-2004 and 2004-2005. The changes in capital of two years is Rs. 59034 in 2004 - 2005 so its shows the workingcapital decreased of Rs 59034 in 2004 -2005 which compare to 2003 -2004hear due to decreased thefirm is no satisfactory with its working capital.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 70
  71. 71. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. 2) Statement of changes in working capital (2005and 2006) (Rs in Lakhs) As @ Effect of wc Particulars As @ 31/3/06 decrease 31/3/05 IncreaseA. Current assets 2 1Cash and bank balance 4667 ,13,47 ,66,80 6 6Other current assets 3,00 3,00 1 3 1Loans and advances ,86,63 ,27,26 4063 9 8 Inventories 3004 ,27,17 ,97,13 6 7 6 Sundry debtors ,92,05 ,61,80 975 2 2Total current assets 0,82,32 2,15,99 B. Current liabilities 3 4 1Current liabilities 1,53,27 4,11,54 25827 1 9 2 Provisions ,21,29 8,67 262 3 4Total current liability 2,74,56 5,10,21 -2 2 1Net current assets(A-B) - 11,92,24 2,94,22 3300 33498Increase or decrease in working 1 1capital 10198 10198 - 1 1Total working capital -119224 119224 33498 33498INTERPRETATION The statement shows that the changes in working capital in the year 2004-2005 and 2005-2006. The changes in capital of two years is Rs. 11098 in 2005- 2006 so its shows the workingBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 71
  72. 72. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.capital decreased of Rs 110198 in 2005- 2006 which compare to 2004-2005 hear due to decreasedthe firm is not satisfactory with its working capital.3) STATEMENT SHOWING CHANGES IN THE WORKING CAPITAL IN ( 2005-06) (Rs in Lakhs) Particulars Effect of wc As @ 31/3/06 As @ 31/3/07 Decrease Increase A. Current assets Cash and bank 1,66, 96,79 7001 balance 80 Other current assets 63,00 63,00 3,27, 4,29, Loans and advances 10190 26 16 Inventor 8,97, 9,63, 6609 ies 13 22 Sundry 7,61, 4,51, 31 debtors 80 53 027 22,1 20,0 Total current assets 5,99 3,70 B. Current 46 liabilities 415 Current 44,1 48,75 16 liabilities 1,54 ,69 42 Provisio 1,15, 98,67 ns 09 Total current 45,1 49,9 liability 0,21 0,78 Net current 16 86 -22,94,22 -29,87,08 assets(A-B) 799 085 Increase or decrease 6928 69 in working capital 6 286 Total working - -229422 86085 86085 capital 229422INTERPRETATION The statement shows that the changes in working capital in the year 2005-2006 and2006-2007. The changes in capital of two years is Rs. 69286 in 2006- 2007 so its shows the workingBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 72
  73. 73. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.capital decreased of Rs 69286 in 2006- 2007 which compare to 2005-2006 hear due to decreased thefirm is not satisfactory with its working capital.4) Statement of changes in working capital in (2006 and 2007) (Rs in Lakhs) Particulars As @ 31/3/07 As @31/3/08 Effect of decrease wc IncreaseA. Current assetsCash and bank balance 96,79 92,17 4,62 63,00 63,00Other current assets 4,29,16 5,68,18 13902Loans and advances 9,63,22 3,38,40 6,24,82InventoriesSundry debtors 4,51,53 5,83 4,45,70 Total current assets 20,03,70 10,67,58 B. Current liabilities 48,75,69 51,72,04 2,96,35 Current liabilities 1,15,09 70,35 4474ProvisionsTotal current liability 49,90,78 52,42,39 18376 137149 -29,87, -417481Net current assets(A-B) 08Increase or decrease in working 118773 118773capital -29,87,08 -29,87,08 137149 137149Total working capitalINTERPRETATION The statement shows that the changes in working capital in the year 2006-2007 and2007-2008. The changes in capital of two years is Rs. 118773 in 2007- 2008 so its shows theBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 73
  74. 74. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.working capital decreased of Rs 118773 in 2007- 2008 which compare to 2006-2007 hear due todecreased the firm is not satisfactory with its working capital.5) Statement of changes in working capital (2008and 2009) (Rs in Lakhs) As @ As @ Effect of wc Particulars decrease 31/3/08 31/3/09 Increase A. Current assets Cash and bank balance 92,17 13618 4401 Other current assets 63,00 - 63,00 Loans and advances 5,68,18 34813 22005 Inventories 3,38,40 84221 50381 Sundry debtors 5,83 2408 1825 Total current assets 10,67,58 135060 B. Current liabilities Current liabilities 51,72,04 66597 450607 Provisions 70,35 7068 33 Total current liability 52,42,39 73665 Net current assets(A-B) -417481 61395 507214 28338 Increase or decrease in working 478876 478876 capital Total working capital 61395 61395 507214 507214INTERPRETATIONBabasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 74
  75. 75. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. The statement shows that the changes in working capital in the year 2007-2008 and2008-2009. The changes in capital of two years are Rs. 478876 in 2007- 2008 so its shows theworking capital increased of Rs 478876 in 2008- 2009 which compare to 2007-2008 hear due todecreased the firm is not satisfactory with its working capital.RATIO ANALYSISINTRODUCTION The financial statement of a company contains a lot of information about the financialperformance of the company. Financial statements mainly consist of the Balance Sheet and Profitand Loss Accounts. These statements give the overall picture of the company, but to analyses eachaspect of business extensively, financial ratios are used. The Balance Sheet and the Statement ofIncome are essential, but they are only the starting point for successful financial management.Financial Ratio Analysis derived from Financial Statements analyses the success, failure, andprogress of business. Ratio Analysis is a very powerful analytical tool useful for measuring the performance of anorganization. The ratio analysis concentrates on the interrelationship among the figures appearing inthe mentioned financial statements. The ratio analysis helps the management to analyze the pastperformance of the firm and to make further projections.Meaning Ratio Analysis is a widely used tool of financial analysis. Ratio analyses will help to find outas to how optimally the working capital is utilized in the concern. These ratios can also caution thecompany if its financial position is threatening i.e. if it may not be capable of its liabilities or theproduction may be interrupted due to shortage of funds etc. The important ratios are as follows.MERITS AND DEMERITS OF THE RATIOMerits of the Ratio The following are the some important merits of the ratio 1. Ratio Analysis reflects the working efficiency of a concern.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 75
  76. 76. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD. 2. Since, ratio analysis relates the financial health of a concern, insurance other financial institution relay on them while judging loan application and in taking vital investment decision. 3. It helps in establishing trends since the result are preparing plans for the future. 4. It is helpful in forecasting likely events in future.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 76
  77. 77. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT NIRANI SUGARS LTD.Demerits of the Ratio The following are the some important demerits of the ratio. 1. The striking aspect of ratio analysis is the absence of an explicit theoretical structure; different methods of collection are adopted by different concerns. 2. For concert analysis inside information must be known by the analyst since most concern report to portray of easy picture of the financial attachments. 3. Change in the basis of accounting may pose difficulty in analysis ratios between one periodThe important ratios are as follows. 1. Current asset total to assets Ratio 2. Current Liabilities to Total Asset Ratio 3. Sales to fixed Asset Ratio 4. Current Assets Turnover Ratio 5. Liquidity Current Ratio 6. Quick Ratio 7. Working Capital Turns Over RatioII. Funds Flow Analysis of Working Capital It is an effective management tool to study how funds have been produced for a business andhow they have been employed. This technique helps to analyze change in working capitalcomponents between two data. The comparison of current asset and current liability at the beginningand at the end of specific period show changes in such type of current assets and resources fromwhich Working Capital has been obtained funds flow statement contributes materially to thefinancial aspects.Babasabpatilfreepptmba.com Page - 77

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