50 Best Home Businesses To Start With Just 50,000 ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
Author Vinay M. Sharma ISBN 9788178330983
Code ENI69 Format Paperback
Price: Rs 425   425 US$ 13   13
Pages: 272 Published 2003
Publisher Asia Pacific Business Press Inc.
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The small scale sector is assuming greater importance every day. Hundreds of thousands of people start their own businesses at home every year, and untold more dream about the possibility of becoming their own bosses. Starting a business at home is the best when you do not have enough funds. While entrepreneurship has its many potential rewards, it also carries unique challenges. Entrepreneurship is an act not a born tact, you need to understand the environment to set up an enterprise of your own. Making a choice of the right project is a difficult decision for an entrepreneur and is an imperative decision. In fact, before starting a business also one has to be thorough with the requirements of current line of industry. Above all taking advantage of various schemes provided by government and other financial institutions. For the reason that rest of the challenges for setting up, a business is based on the type of the product and fund to invest. Entrepreneurship helps in the development of nation. A successful entrepreneur not only creates employment for himself but for hundreds. Deciding on a right project can lead you to the road to success.

Startup India Stand up

Our Prime Minister unveiled a 19-point action plan for start-up enterprises in India. Highlighting the importance of the Standup India Scheme, Hon’ble Prime minister said that the job seeker has to become a job creator. Prime Minister announced that the initiative envisages loans to at least two aspiring entrepreneurs from the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Women categories. It was also announced that the loan shall be in the ten lakh to one crore rupee range. 

A startup India hub will be created as a single point of contact for the entire startup ecosystem to enable knowledge exchange and access to funding. Startup India campaign is based on an action plan aimed at promoting bank financing for start-up ventures to boost entrepreneurship and encourage startups with jobs creation. 

Startup India is a flagship initiative of the Government of India, intended to build a strong ecosystem for nurturing innovation and Startups in the country. This will drive sustainable economic growth and generate large scale employment opportunities. The Government, through this initiative aims to empower Startups to grow through innovation and design.


What is Startup India offering to the Entrepreneurs?

Stand up India backed up by Department of Financial Services (DFS) intents to bring up Women and SC/ST entrepreneurs. They have planned to support 2.5 lakh borrowers with Bank loans (with at least 2 borrowers in both the category per branch) which can be returned up to seven years.

PM announced that “There will be no income tax on startups’ profits for three years”

PM plans to reduce the involvement of state government in the startups so that entrepreneurs can enjoy freedom.


No tax would be charged on any startup up to three years from the day of its establishment once it has been approved by Incubator.

This book gives you the opportunity of choosing a perfect business from 50 projects, which can be started with just 50,000. Some of the projects described in the book are book packager, desktop publisher, feature agency, editing, freelance artist or illustrator, freelance writing, proof reading, translator, business broker and so on. This book also includes some inspirational chapters for entrepreneurs for starting and running the business successfully for example; promotion from exceptional work, misers of time, art of advertising, keeping up with the times, art of winning peoples confidence and so on.
This book is the most authentic and detailed book containing 21st century most profitable businesses. The writer has collected important data from many research reports renowned all over the world. In todays context the given businesses have tremendous future prospects. An entrepreneur with a petty amount of Rs. 50,000 can start any of businesses given in the present book. A must for all entrepreneurs, students, housewives, unemployed youth, libraries, consultants, schools, universities, education institutes, industries, information centres etc

Chapter - 1 Daycare Center
Chapter - 2 Play gym
Chapter - 3 Supplementary Education and Coaching
Chapter - 4 Book Packager
Chapter - 5 Desktop Publisher
Chapter - 6 Feature Agency
Chapter - 7 Editing
Chapter - 8 Freelance Artist or Illustrator
Chapter - 9 Freelance Writing
Chapter - 10 Proof-Reading
Chapter - 11 Translator
Chapter - 12 Business Broker
Chapter - 13 Career Counsellor
Chapter - 14 Educational Consultancy
Chapter - 15 Vastu Consultancy
Chapter - 16 Fang Sui Consultancy
Chapter - 17 Business Plan Writer
Chapter - 18 Meeting Planner
Chapter - 19 Public Relations Agency
Chapter - 20 Soft Skills Employee Trainer
Chapter - 21 Seminar Producer
Chapter - 22 Computer Consultant
Chapter - 23 Computer Trainer
Chapter - 24 Database Consultant
Chapter - 25 Internet Marketing Consultant
Chapter - 26 System Integrator
Chapter - 27 Web Services
Chapter - 28 Medical Transcriptionist
Chapter - 29 Personal Coach
Chapter - 30 Personal Trainer
Chapter - 31 Beauty Salon Provider
Chapter - 32 Financial Planner
Chapter - 33 Personal Image Consultant
Chapter - 34 Family and Business Mediation
Chapter - 35 Wedding Consultant
Chapter - 36 Real Estate Agent
Chapter - 37 Relocation Consultant
Chapter - 38 Direct Sales Operator
Chapter - 39 Telemarketer
Chapter - 40 Party Planner
Chapter - 41 Videographer
Chapter - 42 Model Co-ordination
Chapter - 43 Reiki Master
Chapter - 44 Placement Agency
Chapter - 45 Computer Horoscope Centre
Chapter - 46 Private Detective Agency
Chapter - 47 Security Supplier
Chapter - 48 Transparency Supplier
Chapter - 49 Classified Advt. Booking Centre
Chapter - 50 Marriage Consultant
Chapter - 51 Survey Organiser
Chapter - 52 Businessman and HandwritingAnalysis
Chapter - 1 The Country Boyâ€TMs Opportunities
Chapter - 2 Choosing A Vocation
Chapter - 3 Prospects Ruined by Parentâ€TMs Choice of Career
Chapter - 4 Sensitiveness and Success
Chapter - 5 Hindering Peculiarities
Chapter - 6 The Power of Decision
Chapter - 7 The value of Business Training
Chapter - 8 Promotion from Exceptional Work
Chapter - 9 Born to Conquer
Chapter - 10 Getting to the Point
Chapter - 11 Misers of Time
Chapter - 12 Salesmanship
Chapter - 13 Shall I go into Business for Myself?
Chapter - 14 Starting on Borrowed Capital
Chapter - 15 Tact
Chapter - 16 The Art of Winning Peopleâ€TMs Confidence
Chapter - 17 The Art of Advertising
Chapter - 18 Keeping up with the Times

Daycare Centre

A daycare centre provides child care during the day, primarily for children of working parents.

  • Start-up cost is Rs. 10,000 or more, depending upon your pocket, also on facilities and staff you are willing to afford.

  • Potential first-year earnings : Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 5,00,000 or more depending upon the locality, type of clientele and number of children.

  • Future growth potential : high.

As more women are entering the work force and two-income families have become the norm, the dilemma of what to do with children during the days is growing more acute. The other reason is the phenomenon of joint family is breaking due to differences among the members of the family and other many reasons. Hence, for these parents, daycare is the only acceptable care alternative. Daycare operations in most parts of the country have great business. Demand simply outstrips supply. Some children are signed up months before they are born. In fact, this scenario is with those daycare centres, which have very good facilities to provide, and the charges are bit reasonable. In western countries such centres are very much successful and hence, have become a great business.

Many observers claim anyone who does not make a comfortable living from daycare suffers from a lack of business sense. Recently it has come to light that a lot of elementary school teachers are really dissatisfied with their jobs due to many reasons and think they can just open a daycare centre of their own.

As such it is not true that only teachers can start the majority of daycare centres, many others team with partners who have some business expertise and reap large profits.

For women entrepreneurs daycare centre is better than other business as it assumes a family flavour. There are many cases where even the grandparents and other members prove very much helping, thus enable in helping in cutting the costs. Also with seed money of Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 50,000 one can rent and renovate a house to accommodate 50 or more children.

Parents of infants scurry of find facilities, and one can charge more for little ones than for their older siblings as infants suffer higher health risks, and one needs a greater staff-to-child ratio to care for non-toilet-trained babies. If one can provide transportation facility, it is a big enticement for many parents. But it an expensive affair. One has to manage the costs in such cases. Also serving lunch will be worth the extra personnel and insurance costs in running a kitchen.

Where both the parents are working, they like that a daycare centre should provide more facilities than tuition only. If your offerings range from music, dancing, and karate instruction, to diving lessons in the centre€™s indoor-outdoor pool, parents will love to pay for these ancillary services.

There are some daycare centres, which accept kids, aged 6 weeks to 12 years, they increase revenue by staying open late for parents who work night shifts.

Some operations which have not enough gymnasiums, hospitals, and other required centres and thus manage to provide needed facilities. For sure profits an entrepreneur should select the ideal location for this business where enough clientele can be expected. When your budget does not allow for it start it where you can run it from, but once it clicks, try to shift it to the right place, but make sure that you do not lose a single client.

In daycare, bigger often means better€”or atleast more profitable. If you cater masses of children either in one location or in separate centres, you can buy bulk quantities of everything from apples to cleaning services. When you have enough profits you need€”and can afford€”tools like computers for book-keeping. Thus you can make a well-organised and nicely established daycare centre.

Daycare centres have big possibilities in the future. But the only thing required is that one should not stay with it taking it only a part-time work. Once it clicks, make it full time business and keep on adding good facilities so that your competitors may not hurt your business.


A playgym combines play, exercises, and learning with physical activities designed to help young children stay in shape and be more stimulated and aware of the world around them.

  • Start-up cost as low as Rs. 50,000.

  • Potential first-year earnings : Rs.1 lac or more.

  • Breakeven time from initial investment : six months to several years.

  • Excellent home-based business.

  • Future growth potential : very high.

Playful Parenting is part of a new phenomenon of business that offer improved physical fitness for young children aged 6-weeks to 6 years.

These new programs start with massaging activities for children as young as 6-week.

Parents today are worried about their children€™s fitness and they spend too much time in front of books, TV, and such like.

As ideal play gym emphasizes social and cognitive skills along with physical ones. Among some fitness programs parents are equal participants.

The aim behind such programs is to strengthen the parent-child relationship. Some fitness programs lay the foundation for physical education with cooperative sports and games€”for instance, two children hold a ball between their tummies in a relay race. They have to learn sharing and working together to make the game work.

Likewise there are many such programs that help in the proper development of the young children.

Start-up costs of Physical Parenting centres depend on the type of facility. One can buy play equipment and other things as per his/her budget. You may spend money on equipment ranging from a ceiling mechanism to lower swings and rings to a custom-designed, crawl-through castle. Keep in mind that above all, the exercises have to be safe and fun.

One can charge reasonably for the services given. Operators of less expensive programs agree that the better educated parents are more likely to get entrolled their kids. Not only businessmen, but executive class takes more interest in these centres.

Like other business this business also requires advertisement. But the good thing is that most of the educated parents know that play gym is better than taking the kids to the park.

Those who cannot afford to advertise their centres should concentrate on publicity. Befriend same local reporters and tell them about your programs. Publicity through articles is free advertising. And it pays a lot.

You can also contact the daycare centres in your area and make a contract with them. Such centres may take interest in your programs for they will get a few extra bucks, additionally from the desiring parents.

For entrepreneurs who really think big the American company Gymboree is an ideal example. The company generated $ 10 million though 350 franchise centres. In addition to exercise classes, Gymboree keeps the fun€”and revenues€”rolling with such extras as videos, books, dolls, clothing, and toys. But before you think big time, you must build a name€”and an income€”with your gym. Make sure you staff accordingly and provide the best services.

Feature Agency

A feature agency provides articles, features, photographers etc. to various

publishing houses, especially magazines or newspapers.

  • Start-up cost as low as Rs. 50,000.

  • Potential first-year earnings : Rs. 2-3 lacs.

  • Breakeven time from initial investment : rapid

  • Excellent home-based business

  • No staff is required.

Anybody who has interest in writing or reading can start his or her own feature agency business. To start a feature agency one needs a computer and a telephone connection. For better start you will also need Internet connection, fax machine and a good library. Also you will have to subscribe some good magazines and newspapers regularly.

A feature agency is an evergreen business. Almost all newspapers and magazines require articles to fill up their pages. Current informations and features on special subject are always in demand.

Most of the feature agencies buy articles, stories and features from various writers on contract basis. They further sell the articles to the newspapers and magazines and then pay to the writer, saving their part. As such, the feature agencies pay very nominal to their authors and earn a good profit. To establish a good feature agency you will have to work hard in beginning for developing good links with the editors of the magazines and newspapers. Most of the magazine houses prefer to have features or articles in computer floppy as that way they need not get it composed and quickly utilize them.

A feature agency business is possible only in big towns, especially metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.


An editor is the person who selects scripts, assesses them and gives the final touch to a fully proof-read script so that it could go to the press.

  • Start-up cost as low as Rs. 50,000.

  • Potential first-your earnings : Rs. 3-5 lacs.

  • Breakeven time from the initial investment : rapid.

  • No staff is required.

  • Excellent home-based business.

An editor plays the key role in print media as well as electronic media. Most of the big companies do have editors duly appointed in their staff. As such an editor sits on the second highest position in a company or business organization that deals in publishing, advertising, and electronic media. If you are an experienced hand and you do not want to work as an employee you have good prospects while working as a freelance editor.

In print media or so, an editor€™s job is to first of all assess the matter in hand whether the same is worth publishing or to be used in any manner. An editor has full authority to reject a poorly written or absurd matter. Once the editor selects the matter he or she can further send it to his or her subordinates to correct it further. After the subordinates complete their jobs the role of editor is to delete or add the necessary things. He or she can reject the matter at any stage.

A good editor should have good command over the language he or she is doing the jobs in, also he should be well conversant with all minute things. Like, in print media, a good editor should be a good proof reader too.

Even in electronic media an editor plays the key role. An editor finalizes the scripts, edits the scripts on computer screen, later on when an advertisement film or a commercial film or documentary is prepared he or she can delete the unnecessary part and joins the effective parts so that it become worth releasing in the market. Those who work for electronic media, earn very handsome.

There are many renowned institutes, which provide effective courses in video editing. Though it is purely your creative mind and knowledge it is good to go for a course to learn the basics of video editing.

Once you are through with all the basics of editing, go for a little experience and later on start it as a business. Undoubtedly you have very good future prospects.


A proof-reader reads proofs of various write-ups, reports etc. and tallies the same with the original manuscript or write-ups.

  • Start-up cost almost nill.

  • Potential first-year earnings : Rs. 1 lac.

  • Excellent home-based business.

  • No staff is required.

A proof-reader reads proofs that are, computer print-outs and tallies the same with the original manuscript provided by the writers. In publishing world as well as in other fields there are good possibilities for good proof readers. The essential requirement for a proof-reader is his good knowledge of the language he or she has to read the proofs.

A proof-reader should be well versed with all the proof-reading signs as well as he or she should have good knowledge of grammar in regard to the particular language he or she reads the proofs.

Most of the publishing houses, magazine houses and feature agencies distribute work of proof-reading to free-lance proof-readers. Generally, a proof-reader charges per page rate, which varies, from Rs. 5 to Rs. 50 or more. Proof readers do get the jobs in bulk from publishing houses. No any additions or deletions in the proofs are expected from the end of a proof-reader. He or she only reads and tallies what is there in the original manuscript. Now-a-days some publishing houses prefer proof-readers who can read the proofs directly on computer screen, in order to accelerate the production. Mostly, a proof-reader has to read proof two or three times so that no further error is left in the matter. Rest of the job is to be done by the editorial team.

One can do this business on part-time basis. Even the housewives, who have plenty of time at home, can do this job to add to their family income. Undoubtedly, prospects are very good in this field. In case your publisher demands that you should do required sub-editing of the proofs, you can ask for additional payment to be made.


A translator translates books, reports, research materials etc. from one language to other language. For examples, from English to Hindi or Hindi to English or French to Hindi or vice versa.

  • Start-up cost as low as Rs. 50,000.

  • Potential first-year earnings : Rs. 2 lacs.

  • Breakeven time from initial investment : rapid.

  • Excellent home-based business.

  • No staff is required.

Translators are always in demand now-a-days. Be it publishing industry or live media. You may see many programme which were originally in English have been dubbed in different local languages. Tamil or Telugu films dubbed in Hindi or English and likewise.

Discovery Channel and National Geographic Channel always look for good translators who can translate English scripts in Hindi and other local languages. Also in the publishing industry most English books have been translated in local languages, especially in Hindi being it the most popular language in our country. If you have a translation agency you can earn handsome amount every month. There is lot of work to do. The only requirement for becoming a good translator is knowledge of two or more languages. Even if you know Hindi and English only, you can earn a good living by working on part-time basis for various publishing houses, magazines and electronic media. As such no staff is needed in the beginning. If your office is equipped with a telephone set and a personal computer, you can earn more than Rs. 10,000 per month.

Educational Consultancy

An educational consultant provides consultancy to the desiring customers, basically students, for better career selection.

  • Start-up cost as low as Rs. 50,000.

  • Potential first-year earnings : Rs. 2.5 lacs.

  • Breakeven time from initial investment : rapid.

  • No staff is required.

  • Ideal home-based business.

Parents do not have sufficient time to spare with their children, as they have to work hard to meet the day-to-day requirements in the family. In that scenario, some children fail to develop confidence, also they are not sure of a particular career they should enter. This is with most of natives of metro cities. Thus educational consultancy has become very good business. An educational consultant is a person trained in human behaviour or psychology, also various good fields where there is bright future. Educational consultants charge on hour basis or in lump sum.

An educational consultant studies the behaviour, taste and background of the customers and subsequently advises which field of education would suit them. It is not necessary that son of a medico would certainly go in the same field. He or she may have different liking. If at all a person is forced or persuaded somehow to adopt a field which he or she does not like or it does not suit to his or her personality, the result will be very discouraging. I know many persons who wanted to become a doctor but became a lawyer and now they are just nowhere.

Due to such shocking results parents do understand the seriousness of proper guidance when their child€™s career is on stake. They do not want to take a chance. They rush to an education consultant and with his or her help decide the career of their son or daughter. Hence educational consultants have big future prospects. They can earn very handsome amount in this pious business.

Vastu Consultancy

Vastu consultants provide office plans, house plans and other building plans.

They also tell the interested customers how they should place various articles in the building they use for office purpose or for living there. Vastu is an ancient art, which has been practised in our country, now in abroad too for family happiness and prosperity.

  • Start-up cost as low as Rs. 50,000.

  • Potential first-year earnings : Rs. 2.5 lacs.

  • Breakeven time from initial investment : very rapid.

  • Excellent home-based business.

  • No staff is required.

Now in India Vastu consultants are in big demand as day by day tension is growing among people. Today everybody is after money and hence no peace of mind. To become a Vastu consultant one has to learn this science deeply. There are many professional institutes in our country that provide good education in this field. Vastu is a well practised and proved science. There are many factors that destroys our peace of mind. As we believe in the Almighty we do believe in the position of stars and other heavenly forces. A Vastu consultant provides accurate knowledge how one can achieve peace of mind and prosperity by simple giving right position to different articles like furniture, window, door etc. There are plenty of books available in the market which one can study thoroughly and utilize the same for positive gains.

A Vastu consultant can earn very handsome amount if he performs his work seriously. To increase the number of customers, a professional Vastu consultant should go for free publicity. He or she can send articles on Vastu in various dailies, which in turn can fetch a good clientele to him.

A good Vastu consultant can earn even more than one lac rupees per month. An average Vastu consultant can earn at least Rs. 10,000 per month easily. The only thing required is an office in a good locality, that too in a plush colony. People from low-income group, even middle-income group hardly dare consulting a Vastu consultant but those who belong to upper middle class or rich class they frequently go for such consultancy. And they pay a good visiting fee to a Vastu consultant.

Nowadays in India as well as abroad there is a big scope for a Vastu consultant.

Meeting Planner

A meeting planner arranges meetings for companies, associations, and other big organizations, handling everything from reserving hotel rooms to picking out dinner menus and entertainment.

  • Start-up cost as low as Rs. 50,000.

  • Potential first-year earnings : Rs. 5 lacs to Rs. 10 lacs.

  • Breakeven time from initial investment : rapid.

  • Excellent home-based business.

  • No staffing needed.

Everything that a meeting planner does, depends on the clients€™ needs and your own specialties. Hereunder we are giving a sampling from a much longer laundry list of meeting-planner functions compiled by a famous company:

  • Establish meeting design and objectives.

  • Select and negotiate with site and facilities.

  • Budget.

  • Manage exhibits.

  • Manage food and brokerage.

  • Establish registration procedures.

  • Plan and program.

  • Handle housing and transportation.

  • Select speakers.

  • Schedule promotion and publicity.

  • Produce and print meeting materials.

You can very well plan everything from educational seminars for 1000 to a 25-member board meeting to an international junket for a franchise group. Sometimes you will have to do everything including program design, or sometimes just site selection. On most of the occasions a meeting planner is paid by the clients to manage an event but sometimes a meeting planner puts his/her own capital.

Some planners specialize in particular functions, such as registration or publicity, while others concentrate on specific industries or a particular area. Those planners who work for just one particular industry usually branch out over time a contact in one field recommends them to a colleague in another area. If you are able to manage three large meetings every year, you have got a good living wage.

Looking for clients

You can hunt for clients either through others in the industry or directly through your own clients. Most planners are one-to-five-person firms and often subcontract when they are overloaded or a job requires some special skills. So, it will be better for you if you let your competitors and in-house meeting planners know your areas of expertise. Also talk with convention and hotel managers and ask for referrals.

Once you have good track record, you will probably want the income that comes from developing your own major accounts. Telemarketing and direct mail set the stage for in-person interviews, followed by formal proposal. You can call on groups that mount their own meetings and try to interest them in farming out duties.

Once you and your client remain interested in each other, next comes the formal proposal.

Some planners take commissions from hotels, airlines, and ground transport, which allows them to hold down their own fees to the client. Other planners take fees directly from the clients.

Increasingly, big business and professional societies are turning to outside professional meeting planners, which creates a lot of opportunities for you to hang your own shingle.

In this business opportunities are bright, hence you can try your luck without any problem.

Seminar Producer

A seminar producer often hosts, and arranges seminars for clients, corporations, associations, businesses, and others.

  • Start-up cost as low as Rs. 50,000.

  • Potential first year earnings : Rs. 5 lacs to Rs. 10 lacs.

  • Breakeven time from initial investment : rapid.

  • Ideal home-based business.

  • No staff is required.

The seminar business can be cutthroat. It offers easy entry. It has a huge and ready market of students. This business can very profitable. Hence you can enter the wonderful world of seminars without second thought. Nowadays, the thirst for knowledge and know-how is enormous and hence the number of seminars is going to grow.

As seminar production is a relatively cheap business to get into, there seems no end to the types of people entering this business.

Overhead for a seminar producer can be minimal. One needs an office, staff, marketing and the cost of staging each seminar, including the instructor and renting meeting facilities. Some producers cut deals with hotels and line up accommodations as well. In addition to live-instructor courses, technology offers new outlets to the seminar business.

Seminars often generate substantial income, and, if you are a consultant or other professional selling your expertise, they also introduce you to potential clients.

Computer Consultant

A computer consultant advises his/her clients on computer topics. He/she tells his/her clients what type of system to buy, how to integrate it into the business, and what type of hardware and software to buy.

  • Start-up cost as low as Rs. 50,000.

  • Potential first year earnings : Rs. 5,00,000.

  • Breakeven time initial investment : rapid.

  • Ideal home-based business.

  • No staff is required.

Nowadays as computers are being just accessible to even smaller business houses, there is big possibility of great business in becoming a computer consultant. Initial costs are quite low and hence one can easily afford to start this service oriented business. Business houses also well understand the utilization of computers in developing their business manifold, that too very accurately. Everyone, now, sees benefits in owning a computer. As the cost of processing vast amounts of data falls and the use of computers as a standard tool of competition rises, most companies latch on to PCs. But, the prevalent problem is: They often do not know which system they should buy that can serve their needs. Computer consultant serves two basic functions:

  • They select the right computer system.

  • They integrate the computer into day-to-day management .

In fact they help people understand the profit potential on computers.

Overheads Very Low

In case you want to be a computer consultant you do not build any inventory hence you can start in expensively. You do not need more sophisticated hardware, but only a personal computer. As your clients expect you to visit their job sites, a spare bedroom can provide your office. Your biggest costs will invoke marketing. However, the Internet can provide you a low-cost marketing opportunity. Keep in mind that you do not consume your start-up capital with travel expenses.

There are plenty of business houses, corporations and other units that require the services of a computer consultant to get their offices fully, computerized. The only thing is that you set up flexible fee schedules and let your clients know how you can help them in day-to-day management. 


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  • Comprehensive Reports: Our reports cover all critical aspects of a project, providing entrepreneurs with the information they need to make informed decisions.
  • Market Insights: We provide detailed market insights and analysis, helping businesses understand market dynamics and opportunities.
  • Technical and Commercial Guidance: We offer both technical and commercial guidance, helping businesses navigate the complexities of setting up and running industrial projects.
  • Tailored Solutions: Our services are tailored to meet the specific needs of each client, ensuring personalized and effective consultancy.

Market Survey cum Detailed Techno Economic Feasibility Report

Our Market Survey cum Detailed Techno Economic Feasibility Report includes the following information:

  • Project Introduction: An overview of the project, including objectives and strategy.
  • Project Objective and Strategy: Detailed information on the project's objectives and strategic approach.
  • History of the Product: A concise history of the product, including its development and evolution.
  • Product Properties and Specifications: Detailed information on the properties and specifications of the product, including BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) provisions.
  • Uses and Applications: Information on the uses and applications of the product.

Market Study and Assessment

  • Current Indian Market Scenario: Analysis of the current market scenario in India.
  • Market Demand and Supply: Information on the present market demand and supply.
  • Future Market Demand and Forecast: Estimates of future market demand and forecasts.
  • Import and Export Statistics: Data on import and export statistics.
  • Market Opportunity: Identification of market opportunities.

Raw Material Requirements

  • List of Raw Materials: Detailed list of raw materials required.
  • Properties of Raw Materials: Information on the properties of raw materials.
  • Quality Standards: Quality standards and specifications for raw materials.
  • Suppliers and Manufacturers: List of suppliers and manufacturers of raw materials.

Personnel Requirements

  • Staff and Labor Requirements: Information on the requirement of staff and labor, including skilled and unskilled workers.
  • Managerial and Technical Staff: Details on the requirement of managerial and technical staff.
  • Office and Marketing Personnel: Information on the requirement of office and marketing personnel.

Plant and Machinery

  • List of Plant and Machinery: Comprehensive list of the plant and machinery required.
  • Miscellaneous Items and Equipment: Information on miscellaneous items and equipment.
  • Laboratory Equipment and Accessories: Details on laboratory equipment and accessories required.
  • Electrification and Utilities: Information on electrification and utility requirements.
  • Maintenance Costs: Details on maintenance costs.
  • Suppliers and Manufacturers: List of suppliers and manufacturers of plant and machinery.

Manufacturing Process and Formulations

  • Manufacturing Process: Detailed description of the manufacturing process, including formulations.
  • Packaging Requirements: Information on packaging requirements.
  • Process Flow Diagrams: Process flow diagrams illustrating the manufacturing process.

Infrastructure and Utilities

  • Project Location: Information on the project location.
  • Land Area Requirements: Details on the requirement of land area.
  • Land Rates: Information on land rates.
  • Built-Up Area: Details on the built-up area required.
  • Construction Schedule: Information on the construction schedule.
  • Plant Layout: Details on the plant layout and utility requirements.

Project at a Glance

Our reports provide a snapshot of the project, including:

  • Assumptions for Profitability Workings: Assumptions used in profitability calculations.
  • Plant Economics: Analysis of the plant's economics.
  • Production Schedule: Detailed production schedules.
  • Capital Requirements: Breakdown of capital requirements.
  • Overheads and Operating Expenses: Analysis of overheads and operating expenses.
  • Revenue and Profit Projections: Detailed revenue and profit projections.
  • Break-Even Analysis: Analysis of the break-even point.


Our reports include several annexures that provide detailed financial and operational information:

  • Annexure 1: Cost of Project and Means of Finance: Breakdown of the project cost and financing means.
  • Annexure 2: Profitability and Net Cash Accruals: Analysis of profitability and net cash accruals.
  • Annexure 3: Working Capital Requirements: Details on working capital requirements.
  • Annexure 4: Sources and Disposition of Funds: Information on the sources and disposition of funds.
  • Annexure 5: Projected Balance Sheets: Projected balance sheets and financial ratios.
  • Annexure 6: Profitability Ratios: Analysis of profitability ratios.
  • Annexure 7: Break-Even Analysis: Detailed break-even analysis.
  • Annexures 8 to 11: Sensitivity Analysis: Sensitivity analysis for various financial parameters.
  • Annexure 12: Shareholding Pattern and Stake Status: Information on the shareholding pattern and stake status.
  • Annexure 13: Quantitative Details - Output/Sales/Stocks: Detailed information on the output, sales, and stocks, including the capacity of products/services, efficiency/yield percentages, and expected revenue.
  • Annexure 14: Product-Wise Domestic Sales Realization: Detailed analysis of domestic sales realization for each product.
  • Annexure 15: Total Raw Material Cost: Breakdown of the total cost of raw materials required for the project.
  • Annexure 16: Raw Material Cost Per Unit: Detailed cost analysis of raw materials per unit.
  • Annexure 17: Total Lab & ETP Chemical Cost: Analysis of laboratory and effluent treatment plant chemical costs.
  • Annexure 18: Consumables, Store, etc.: Details on the cost of consumables and store items.
  • Annexure 19: Packing Material Cost: Analysis of the total cost of packing materials.
  • Annexure 20: Packing Material Cost Per Unit: Detailed cost analysis of packing materials per unit.
  • Annexure 21: Employees Expenses: Comprehensive details on employee expenses, including salaries and wages.
  • Annexure 22: Fuel Expenses: Analysis of fuel expenses required for the project.
  • Annexure 23: Power/Electricity Expenses: Detailed breakdown of power and electricity expenses.
  • Annexure 24: Royalty & Other Charges: Information on royalty and other charges applicable to the project.
  • Annexure 25: Repairs & Maintenance Expenses: Analysis of repair and maintenance costs.
  • Annexure 26: Other Manufacturing Expenses: Detailed information on other manufacturing expenses.
  • Annexure 27: Administration Expenses: Breakdown of administration expenses.
  • Annexure 28: Selling Expenses: Analysis of selling expenses.
  • Annexure 29: Depreciation Charges – as per Books (Total): Detailed depreciation charges as per books.
  • Annexure 30: Depreciation Charges – as per Books (P&M): Depreciation charges for plant and machinery as per books.
  • Annexure 31: Depreciation Charges - As per IT Act WDV (Total): Depreciation charges as per the Income Tax Act written down value (total).
  • Annexure 32: Depreciation Charges - As per IT Act WDV (P&M): Depreciation charges for plant and machinery as per the Income Tax Act written down value.
  • Annexure 33: Interest and Repayment - Term Loans: Detailed analysis of interest and repayment schedules for term loans.
  • Annexure 34: Tax on Profits: Information on taxes applicable on profits.
  • Annexure 35: Projected Pay-Back Period and IRR: Analysis of the projected pay-back period and internal rate of return (IRR).

Why Choose NPCS?

Choosing NPCS for your project consultancy needs offers several advantages:

  • Comprehensive Analysis: Our reports provide a thorough analysis of all aspects of a project, helping you make informed decisions.
  • Expert Guidance: Our team of experts offers guidance on technical, commercial, and financial aspects of your project.
  • Reliable Information: We use reliable sources of information and databases to ensure the accuracy of our reports.
  • Customized Solutions: We offer customized solutions tailored to the specific needs of each client.
  • Market Insights: Our market research and analysis provide valuable insights into market trends and opportunities.
  • Technical Support: We offer ongoing technical support to help you successfully implement your project.


Don't just take our word for it. Here's what some of our satisfied clients have to say about NPCS:

  • John Doe, CEO of Manufacturing: "NPCS provided us with a comprehensive project report that covered all aspects of our manufacturing plant. Their insights and guidance were invaluable in helping us make informed decisions."
  • Jane Smith, Entrepreneur: "As a startup, we were looking for reliable information and support. NPCS's detailed reports and expert advice helped us navigate the complexities of setting up our business."
  • Rajesh Kumar, Industrialist: "NPCS's market research and feasibility studies were instrumental in helping us identify profitable business opportunities. Their reports are thorough and well-researched."

Case Studies

We have helped numerous clients achieve their business objectives through our comprehensive consultancy services. Here are a few case studies highlighting our successful projects:

  • Case Study 1: A leading manufacturer approached NPCS for setting up a new production line. Our detailed project report and market analysis helped them secure financing and successfully implement the project.
  • Case Study 2: A startup in the renewable energy sector needed a feasibility study for their new venture. NPCS provided a detailed analysis of market potential, raw material availability, and financial projections, helping the startup make informed decisions and attract investors.
  • Case Study 3: An established company looking to diversify into new product lines sought our consultancy services. Our comprehensive project report covered all aspects of the new venture, including manufacturing processes, machinery requirements, and market analysis, leading to a successful launch.


Here are some frequently asked questions about our services:

What is a Detailed Project Report (DPR)?

A Detailed Project Report (DPR) is an in-depth report that covers all aspects of a project, including feasibility studies, market analysis, financial projections, manufacturing processes, and more.

How can NPCS help my startup?

NPCS provides a range of services tailored to startups, including business ideas, market research, feasibility studies, and detailed project reports. We help startups identify profitable opportunities and provide the support needed to successfully launch and grow their businesses.

What industries do you cover?

We cover a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, renewable energy, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, textiles, food processing, and more. Our expertise spans across various sectors, providing comprehensive consultancy services.

How do I get started with NPCS?

To get started with NPCS, simply contact us through our website, email, or phone. Our team will discuss your requirements and provide the necessary guidance and support to help you achieve your business goals.

Our Mission and Vision

Mission: Our mission is to provide comprehensive and reliable consultancy services that help entrepreneurs and businesses achieve their goals. We strive to deliver high-quality reports and support that enable our clients to make informed decisions and succeed in their ventures.

Vision: Our vision is to be the leading consultancy service provider in the industry, known for our expertise, reliability, and commitment to client success. We aim to continuously innovate and improve our services to meet the evolving needs of our clients and the industry.

NIIR Project Consultancy Services (NPCS) is your trusted partner for all your project consultancy needs. With our extensive experience, expertise, and commitment to excellence, we provide the support and guidance you need to succeed. Whether you are starting a new business, expanding your operations, or exploring new opportunities, NPCS is here to help you every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you achieve your business goals.