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Monday, August 19, 2013

A Research on Indian Researchers

‘A Research on Indian Researchers’ was an initiative by Knimbus.com, a collaborative
research platform that helps researchers discover and share knowledge with peers. The
survey was carried out with the aim to understand how research is carried out in India.
The analysis of the survey results identify key habits, practices and needs of
researchers in India
The intended audience of this document is anyone who is a creator or a user of
knowledge. The paper provides key information to the reader about various research
habits and challenges that the ones engaged with research face in their routine.
here is the full paper

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Survey Report on Consumer preferences on Chicken eating

Here is an interesting Report on the subject
There is good potential for Indian Companies in the field due to INR Value and problems of chicken diseases in China and other countries..
With almost one of five pounds of chicken being exported, a robust and expanding overseas market is critically important to the economic health and well-being of the U.S. chicken industry.  Importantly, chicken exports consist largely of leg quarters and other back-of-bird parts.  Unlike North American consumers who overwhelmingly prefer breast meat, world consumers greatly prefer dark meat.

Shrimp shortage leads to record high prices

Advantage India..
Shrimp prices are skyrocketing to all-time highs, amid a disease that’s plaguing the three largest prawn producers: Thailand, China and Vietnam. White shrimp prices are nearing $6 a pound, up 56% from a year ago, according to an Urner Barry index.
The world is facing an “acute shrimp shortage,” the worst of its kind since
Industrial shrimp farming emerged


Friday, August 16, 2013

MSME Sector let down?

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Thursday, August 08, 2013

the best dairy farm in punjab India


Dairy Farming Products - Great potential in India

India is the largest producer of Milk - 133 million tonnes per year !
Milk powder exports from India is on the rise
This financial yeat the export of Milk powder will be from 15000 to 20,000 tonnes
Total dairy shipments will be of the order of 2500 Crores
Buyers are from Bangladesh,Sri Lanka,Egypt,Nigeria, Saudi Arabia
Recent product contaminations from New Zealand's Fonterra has been a advandage for Indian Exporters
Here are sources for business opportunities

Factoring and Invoice Discounting Guide from SME (Funny Alan Partridge I...

Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Government may Ban export of ONION in the near future?

Onion Prices gives the nightmare not only to house-wives but also to the Governments of he Day !
Prices of onion have increased to Rs 45 to Rs 50 per kg in the retail market against Rs 20 per kg couple of weeks back. The price of onion had touched Rs 40 in retail markets in mid-July also but it had come down after supply was normalised.
Farmers of India take notice

Palladium business in Lime light

Demand is much more than the supply..so the prices are shooting up to USD 800 can go higher even to
USD 850 in the near future..however the supply situation is potentially very bullish for palladium..
Mining companies including Anglo American Platinum Ltd. (AMS) failed to keep pace with demand as strikes over pay disrupted pits across South Africa, the second-biggest producer. Total supply is contracting for the sixth time in nine years..
Explore getting into this Business

Demand for Cold Storages on the rise in India

This appears to be a very good project for now?
i)For a cpacity of 100 tons permonth, you need to invest about 25 Lakshs
For storage capacity of 100 tonnes, the size of the cold storage has to be around 150 square meters.
whereas non-storage area of 100 square meters. for office, utility room and guard room is sufficient
There are turnkey suppliers of cold storage plants. They undertake supply, erection as well as
complete electrification of the plant. The main requirements are reciprocating compressors
suitable for ammonia, induction motor, blowers, overhead perforated water pipes with tanks,
electric pump, piping, ducting and insulation and standby generator ...
ii)The project cost for setting up of 5000 MT Cold Storage may be in the range of Rs.350 - 400 lakh,
including cost of the land.
Location is a very critical aspect for the success of cold storage. It should be in close
proximity of growing area as well as market and at the same time should be easily accessible
for heavy vehicles round the year. Uninterrupted power supply is yet another pre-requisite.
Cold storage unit is eligible for subsidy of 25% of the project cost subject to a maximum of Rs.50 lakhs.
However, for the project situated in North Eastern States, maximum subsidy would be Rs.60 lakhs (33.33% of the project cost)

Ferric & Non-ferric ALUM for water treatment

Here are some details FOR QUICK REVIEW..
Bauxite lumps are crushed  fed to a closed circuit grinding mill in which it is further
reduced in size. The ground bauxite is fed at a regulated rate to digester containing sulphuric acid and water. The Al2O3 in bauxite reacts with Sulphuric Acid to form Aluminum Sulphate. The reacted mass is then led to a series of settlers in which the unreacted particles settle down. The liquor containing Aluminum Sulphate is evaporated in steam heated evaporators where the liquor is concentrated to final product containing 16-17% Al2O3. The product is cooled in moulds
Alums are usually the double salts of ammonium, potassium or sodium sulphate with aluminium, chromium or iron sulphate, and are readily prepared by concentrating and cooling a solution containing molecular proportions of the component sulphate. Ferric alum mainly used in paper sizing and in water treatment. Demand for ferric alum is arising for making water more soft for drinking and industrial uses. Present production of ferric alum is insufficient to satisfy the demand and supply. It provides good scope to many new units to enter in this industry.
Plant capacity: 30 Metric Tons per Day
Plant & machinery: INR 50.00 Lacs (roughly)
Working capital: INR 75 Lacs ( approximately)

Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Managing Micronutrients

The Making of Pulp



Today Paper Mills are exploring the possibility of importing wood pulp from overseas
as the domestic prices are very high compared to international prices of USD 700/ton
Domestic prices are around INR 5000/Ton
Wood pulp availability is weak while the paper mills have happily expanded their capacities
to feed the hungry consumers of paper & products

The National Green Tribunal on Monday banned mining or removal of sand

The National Green Tribunal on Monday banned mining or removal of sand in India
Sand can also be Manufactured !
Manufactured sand, also called artificial sand, is being successfully used in the production of high quality concrete and asphalt around the world. Its superior shape puts it well within specifications imposed on sand for use in concrete production
Builders say Maharashtra alone requires close to 50000 sand trucks for construction purpose daily for more than 30 infrastructure projects and 3000 housing projects in Mumbai
There is lots of potential in India for the project of Manufactured sand ; here are details