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Project LlifeCycle

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    • Project Life Cycle Team Members P.Saravanan (16) SS10-12/ISBE/Fin BalajiMurugan (21) SS10-12/ISBE/Fin Lilima James (8) SS10-12/IIPM/Fin
    • Project• Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, and managing resources to achieve specific goals• Project is a temporary endeavor with abeginning and an end,undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives,To bring about beneficial change or added value.
    • Project lifecycle• The sequence of phases through which the project will evolve is a project life cycle.1. Initiation2. Planning3. Execution4. Closure
    • Life cycle
    • Initiation• Develop a business case• Undertake a feasibility study• Establish the project charter• Appoint the project team• Set up the project office• Perform phase review
    • Planning• Project plan • Risk Plan• Resource plan • Acceptance Plan• Financial Plan • Communication Plan• Quality Plan • Procurement plan
    • Execution• Time Management • Issue Management• Cost management • Procurement• Quality Management Management• Change Management • Acceptance Management• Risk Management • Communications Management
    • Closure• Perform Project Closure• Review Project Completion
    • Project Charter
    • Project Charter• This defines the scope, objectives, deliverables and overall approach for the work to be completed.• Absolute master document.• Critical element for initiating, planning, execution and controlling the project.• Acts as a contract between project team and sponsors
    • Contents Of A Charter• Why are we doing this and what is the overall goal.• What are the assumptions and constraints going in.• When do we need to be finished.• What deliverables must be made to get there.• What things are not to be done.
    • Cont…• When do the deliverables need to be completed and in what order.• Who is going to actually do the tasks and where.• What resources and money (budget) is needed.• What risks are there likely to be along the way.• How to keep things on target and monitor progress.
    • Details• Deliverables out of scope can be incorporated.• Project estimated costs of each and every deliverable.
    • Project conditions• Assumptions• Constraints• Project interdependencies• Organizational impact• Project scope change process- Request (C/B analysis and inputs regarding the change)
    • Risk management
    • Personnel Resource Planning
    • PRP cont…
    • Non-People resources
    • Case- Namma Metro
    • Bangalore Metro Rail Project
    • Project initiation• The project was started in Augest 2005 and the first strectch between Baiyyappanahalli and M.G.Road was inaugurated on Oct 20,2011
    • Divided into four parts• Reach 1 : Now operational- Baiyyappanahalli and M.G.Road• Reach 2 : Magadi Road to Mysore Road - ready by December 2012 or early 2013.• Reach 3 : Yeshwantpur to Swastik -Nearing completion – will be operational by December, 2012• Reach 4 : by 2013
    • Governance• Bangalore Metro Rail project comes under the legal body of Bangalore Mass Rapid Transit Ltd(BMRTL).• Chairman : Anil Bajilal,union urban development secretary• Board of Directors: 5 from central government,5 from state government• Participants : State,Central Governments, Financial Institutions
    • • Public sector BEML has been mandated for the supply of 150 metro coaches valued at Rs 1,672 cr with a provision for supplying 63 more coaches.• The companies involved in various tasks of the projects are:-• Navayuga Engg Ltd,Hyderabad• Nagarjuna Construction Pvt Ltd• Afcons Infrastructure• Punj Llyod Ltd
    • Phase IBaiyyappanahalli - M.G.Road
    • Planning• Routes : East-west(18.1 Km),North-south(14.9 km)• Total length of the project :43 kms• Type : Elevated and underground• No of stations : 41• No of commuters per day :820,000• Proposed fare : 1.33-1.66 times the bus fares• Cost/Km Underground : Rs 250 crore• Cost/km Elevated : Rs 80 crore• Total cost : Rs 11,609 crore
    • Fund formula• State : Rs 2287 cr• Central/federal : Rs 1831 cr• Financial Institutions : Rs 3982 cr
    • Train Outline• Each train consists of three coaches (2.88 m wide) to start with. The train can accommodate a total of 1000 persons.• Later, it will run six coaches - the carrying capacity of a six coach train will be 2068 passengers• Wi-Fi enabled• Coaches have stainless steel covering, air-conditioned and automated doors.
    • Project Execution• Ground-level preparations for the ambitious metro rail project in bangalore was made with the state government freezing development activity in 247 premises and buildings it tentatively identified for this purpose• Bangalore metro have a standard guage and will take cover under the 100-year old Mysore tramways Act,which required some amendments by the state government to suit the present day needs.With this,BMRTL avoided going to the railway ministry for all sanctions.
    • Phase I - Project closure• Phase 1 has come to live on October 20 th,2011
    • Phase II• Covering a span of 70 kilometres• phase II is an extension of all the four Reaches and will reduce road traffic by 35 per cent.• The estimated project cost is Rs 25,000 crore.• The Second Phase of the project will begin in 2012• The number of passengers expected to travel on the metro everyday is estimated 16.10 lakh by 2021
    • Bibliography• www.bmrc.co.in• http://www.rediff.com/business/slide- show/slide-show-1-bangalore-swanky-metro- rail/20111020.html• http://www.kayoprojectmanagement.com/Sa mple%20Project%20Charter.pdf• www.wikipedia.org
    • Thank you