Garment Manufacturing Unit
The proposed project is designed as a small scale garment manufacturing unit along
with vocational training programme for the upliftment of the disabled population
and employment for rural women. Readymade garment industry has occupied a
unique place in the industrial scenario of our country by generating substantial
export earnings and creating lot of employment. The employment provided by it is a
source of livelihood for millions of people. It also provides maximum employment
with minimum capital investment. This project report is prepared for the
manufacture of Ladies garments, gent’s shirts and gent’s trousers as they find wide
acceptance in local and international markets.
To alleviate poverty in the locality.
Upliftment of the rural population.
Job opportunity for the disabled.
To manufacture garments based on consumer demand.
To establish a revenue generating unit.
To provide high quality products at competitive rates.
To achieve customer satisfaction.
On the Job training in designing garments.
Employment for rural women.
Poverty is particularly widespread in the rural areas of our country. According to
government unemployment in this region stands around 40%, over 60% of the
working age population is “not economically active”. As a result, house hold
incomes are very low, producing dire shortfalls in nutrition, education, housing,
access to health care and the overall quality of life. The project aims at removing
poverty among local women households and upliftment of the disabled by
improving their living levels through the setting up of garment manufacturing unit.
The demand for readymade and designer garments is increasing due to its cost
effectiveness and time-saving. Numerous industrial, educational, commercial,
service and financial institutions are located around the outskirts of the rural
locality. There are a great number of garment shops, functioning in the town and
nearby places and this unit can sell their products through these shops also.
Different types of materials like cotton, silk, georgette, jute, cotton silk, polyester etc
can be obtained from cheapest places through bargaining keeping in mind the
current trend of the industry. The quality of garments mainly depends on quality of
fabric used. Therefore, care must be taken while purchasing fabrics to ensure good
colourfastness properties, uniformity in shade etc. Generally garments are made as
per customer's specification in respect of size, design and fashion. The manufacturing
process includes designing, cutting and stitching the material based on standard size
or customer demand.
Machinery / Equipments / Furniture
o Needles -500/-
o Machine Needle -1500/-
o Threads -2000/-
o Scissors, Accessories etc. -3000/-
o Bobbins -1500/-
o Sewing Machine -28000/- (7000 x 4nos)
o Over lock stitching Machine -6000/-
o Iron Box -2500/-
o Measuring Tape -500/-
o Embroidery Machine -8000/-
o Ruler -500/-
o Chalk -250/-
o Cutting table -10000/-
o Ironing table -5000/-
o Machine Table -16000/- (4000 x 4nos)
o Office Table -5000/-
o Shelves -8000/-
Working Capital (Per Month)
o Production Manager -15000/-
o Cutting Master -9000/-
o Tailors -20000/- (5000 x 4)
o Designer -13000/-
o Store-Keeper -2500/-
o Fabrics -50000/-
o Trims and Embellishments -20000/-
o Packing Materials -6000/-
o Electricity -1500/-
o Water Charges -1000/-
o Stationary -3000/-
Promotional Expense -10000/-
Pre-Operative expenses -20000/-
Travelling Expense -4000/-
Graph - Expense
The project can become the lifeline to many of the poor families in the rural
Resultantly the morale, confidence and capacity level of the rural people
can become very high and the status of the rural family and the community
can be improved.
The empowerment of women can become the beacon light to their children,
their families and to the society at large.
Increased income levels for the poor.
Increasing the quality of life of the rural women who are beneficiaries of
Ensuring training and the upliftment of the disabled.