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Small Fish Chop Recipe

Small fish chop recipe is too much testy and crispy recipe in our every day. The fish chop is an uncommon recipe ever in your life. Fish chop recipe is a delicious and mouthwatering Bengali Style snacks that is normally served as a party starter or along with the festive meal plate. How to make At first you have to

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Standard minute value

SMV Standard Minute Value Accounts Vs RND

SMV standard minute value Accounts Vs RND is a common debate when working in both in the same organization. SMV is the most common word in RMG or garments sectors. Every order is to be started depend on SMV. The price, FOB, CM, and profit of every common simple is negotiated with SMV. Here we clarify at first Standard minute

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Average CAD Consumption Calculation

Average CAD Consumption Calculation

The average CAD consumption calculation is needful to the garments sector. The CAD consumption is also a vital part of the performance of the cutting department. When the cutting department is working on cut panels in various colors and styles. The department will unable to report accurate CAD consumption. That time he will be dependent on average CAD consumption for

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Allocation of Selling & Commercial Overhead on the basis of Buyers activities

Allocation of Selling & Commercial Overhead on the basis of Buyers activities

The allocation of selling and commercial overhead on the basis of buyers’ activities is most important to calculate accurate profitability in any organization. The buyer’s wise profitability depends on his transaction activities. When any organization can perfectly identify his all transaction, buyer profitability will be more accurate. Now we will discuss the process of analyzing the data, how will calculate

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Small Fish Chop Recipe

Small Fish Chop

Small fish chop recipe is too much testy and crispy recipe in our every day. The fish chop is an uncommon recipe ever in your life. Fish chop recipe is a delicious and mouthwatering Bengali Style snacks that is normally served as a party starter or along with the festive meal plate.

How to make At first you have to take some small Bengali fish like- Tangra, Tatkini and so many that you are easily taken from the fish market. At first, the small fish are marinated some spicy.

Marinate Time of Small Fish Chop Recipe

These spicy are turmeric, cumin powder, chili powder, soya souces, and salt. The marinate fish take to rest at least ten minutes.

After the gone ten minutes, it needs to make deep fry like the below picture. The ingredients are

500 grams Fish Tangra, 1/2 teaspoon Red Chilli powder 1-1/2 teaspoons Turmeric powder (Haldi), 1 teaspoon Cumin powder (Jeera), chopped 1 teaspoon Sugar Salt, 500g taste Mustard oil, and bason as need to cook.

Small Fish Chop

You can also watch the video on the below link for a better understanding.

Cost of Goods Manufacture (COGM) & Work-in-Process Calculation in Woven Garments.

COGM & WIP

Cost of goods manufacture (COGM) * Work-in-Process is an important tool for calculating total inventory in woven garments. It’s a demandable calculation for another stack holder. One of these stack holder banks is the vital role of this inventory report. Because the bank is aware of distributing his limit loan depended on that report.

The below table is for your information to calculate the cost of goods manufacture of finished goods.

Jun-21ParticularsValueQty.Production. Qty.WIP Calculation: 
 Materials (Fabric+Trims)      868,547  Opening Fabric        59,673
 WIP        40,630      28,211    240,557Fabric Issue to Cutting-     195,657
 Finished Goods        43,455      16,893 Fabric Use for Production-     228,529
     Closing Balance        26,801
     Equivalent WIP Qty.        28,211
       
WIP
Quantity        28,211
Material        26,801
Factory Over Head (FOH)        27,658
Allocation FOH        13,829
WIP valuation        40,630
Final Inventory Calculation
As of 30 Jun-2021
Finished Goods Report
BuyerOpening Qty.Received  Qty.Total StockEx-Factory Qty.Ex. Fac. In %Closing Balance Qty.Closing %
Gorge         2,316            1,802         4,118          4,1182%                      –  0%
Debenhams                –              1,833         1,833          1,8331%                      –  0%
Tesco         4,173          26,916      31,089        28,93512%               2,15413%
H&M      78,714        102,035    180,749     170,15272%             10,59763%
Li & Fung                –              2,390         2,390                 –  0%               2,39014%
Zara                –                  752            752                 –  0%                   7524%
Pull & Bear         7,450          25,189      32,639        31,63913%               1,0006%
Total      92,653        160,917    253,570     236,677100%             16,893100%
ParticularsQty. COGM USDRate
Opeing      92,653        170,253           1.84
Add. Received    160,917        482,021           3.00
Less: Ex-Factory    236,677        608,819           2.57
Closing       16,893          43,455           2.57
COGM Calculation
FOB/Pcs D. Mat. & Emb. % Total FOB D. Mat. & Emb Fact. OH  COGM  Man Hr./pcs  Man Hour 
        5.8656%      10,554         5,950         2,114         8,065      0.66          1,188
        2.9951%         5,475         2,800            969         3,769      0.30              544
        4.6059%    123,814       72,535      79,816    152,352      1.67        44,841
        1.2044%    122,897       54,091      73,728    127,819      0.41        41,420
        2.5842%         6,160         2,606         3,922         6,528      0.92          2,204
        5.3971%         4,053         2,886         1,378         4,264      1.03              774
        7.1677%    180,438     138,625      40,600    179,225      0.91        22,809
      26.8457%    453,390     279,495    202,527    482,021      0.84     113,779
COGM Cost of Goods Manufacture

If you didn’t understand the above calculation for COGM & WIP in woven garments, Please watch the below video.

SMV Standard Minute Value Accounts Vs RND

Standard minute value

SMV standard minute value Accounts Vs RND is a common debate when working in both in the same organization. SMV is the most common word in RMG or garments sectors. Every order is to be started depend on SMV. The price, FOB, CM, and profit of every common simple is negotiated with SMV.

Here we clarify at first Standard minute value (SMV). As per RND Research and Development department say that a product is an input in the sewing line and between the time of the final process of the finished product the accumulated time is standard minute. Here we find that no value is defined by the standard minute. So, SMV is should be SM. But globally is called SMV. So that we can agree with RND that is globally accepted.

Another by accounting is not called Standard Minute Value because when we identified any terms with value, it’s contained with money. Otherwise, it’s called SM only Standard Minute.

Now, we can calculate the SMV or SM of a completer garment.

A workstation is a special space designed for Production or Revenue source. Intended primarily to be used by one person & One machine at a time, they are commonly connected to a line area and link to another workstation.

Preparation of Work Station Plan a given order from buyer. The below table is contained the required sweing machie, Man & Minute for calculation standared minute value (SMV).

How to Calculate SM
How to Calculate SM
Operation CodeM/CPreparation of  front partSMVTar/HrProcess gradeReq W-PlaceOperatorHelper
939OL4over edge at seam ,facing &single fly double fly 1 x 40.400150Q0.8711 
295LS1 Hem coin pkt opening – 10cm x 10.200300Q0.4311 
 OL3Coin pocket overedge0.100600R0.2211 
547LS2attach coin pkt to seam 16  cm  x 20.300200P0.6511 
122LS1Attach same to pocketing 18 cm 1*20.350171p0.7611 
122LS1Attach facing to pocketing –  18cm 1x 20.350171p0.7611 
344OL3 Close  front pkt bag – 30cm0.300200Q0.6511 
347LS1Invert & top stitch front pkt bag – 18cm0.350171P0.7611 
694OL4Join front rise with single fly  (12 cm)0.320188Q0.6911 
918LS1top stitch at  single fly & zipper join0.350171Q0.7611 
699LS1Attach Double Fly & Zip. W/Right F0.250240Q0.5411 
919LS1join two part after attached  double fly0.400150P0.8711 
95LS2Top stitch J-stitch (22 cm )0.276217SP0.6011 
 LS1attach binding at front pkt opening x 20.400150 0.8711 
116LS1Attach front L/R pocket – 22 cm0.350171P0.7611 
916LS2Roll front pkt opening  1X 20.400150P0.8711 
891LS2High close (14 cm )0.400150Q0.8711 
589LS1Front pkt opening Tack  1x 4 (12 cm)0.250240Q0.5411 
 OL4Overedge at front part side 1×20.400150p0.8711 
  Preparation of  Back part       
129FOAFOA Join back yoke – 23 cm0.300200SP0.6511 
207MAN trim yoke0.242248SI0.521 1
130FOAFOA Join back rise – 33cm0.300200SP0.6511 
 OL5Panel join at back pkt 1×20.300200  11 
827LS1Hem Back  pocket opening -1×20.250240P0.5411 
214IRONIron back pocket  x 2(30-32 cm x 2)0.400150SI0.872 2
131MANMark back pocket location – 2x-Rev0.350171S0.761 1
 MANmeasure & cut reinforcement0.150300 0.431 1
 LS2attach reinforcement at back0.500100 1.3022 
786LS1Attach back pocket0.500120P1.0822 
921LS12nd stitch at back pkt  ( 5 side  )(36 cm x 2)0.500120P1.0811 
 OL4Overedge at back part side 1×20.400150 0.8711 
  Preparation of  Assembling       
142MANMatch front & back0.300200S0.651 1
559OL5Close inseam – 166cm0.500120p1.0822 
476FOATop stitch inseam 115cm0.350171P0.7611 
762OL5O/L-Close Side seam-105cm0.500120P1.0822 
146LS2Top stitch side seam over hips0.460130P1.0011 
 LS1safty stitch at side seam0.400120 1.0822 
384LS1Cut  & tack label0.300200R0.6511 
596LS1attach care label at side with insert poly0.350171R0.7611 
363LS1Make loop 5 pcs0.400150R0.8711 
340MANMark belt loops location – x  50.300200S0.651 1
 IRONIron at patch attach0.250240 0.541 1
 LS1Attach patch at waist belt0.300200 0.6511 
282LS1Attach 5 loops to waist line0.450133P0.9822 
965FUSEFusing at belt, s. fly & D. fly0.350171S0.761 1
967MANmark at belt0.300200S0.651 1
450MANMatch waist belt to body0.350171S0.761 1
564KANSAIAttached  waist belt to body – 90cm  single belt0.460130SP1.0022 
973MANcut belt mouth extension & turn up0.300200S0.651 1
 MANStitch opening at belt  Mouth0.350150S0.871 1
837LS1Mouth Close lower0.350171SP0.7611 
 MANMark at  Mouth & Loop0.250240S0.541 1
838LS1Mouth Close upper0.350171SP0.7611 
348BTBartack 5 loops 5×20.70086P1.5222 
477BTbartack 1/4 to body   x 14 point0.98061P2.1222 
740LS1bottom hem 32 cm0.500120SP1.0811 
 LS1attach main label0.300200 0.6511 
944EHEyelet hole at waist belt  1x 10.140429P0.3011 
  TOTAL20.88   685414
    Machine Requirement: 
Preparation of  front part6.15 LS1260FL0 
Preparation of  Back part4.19 LS270BT4 
Preparation of  Assembling10.54 OL320FUSE1 
Total20.88 OL440KANSAI2 
  OL550IRON3 
  PTS00MAN10 
  FOA30EH1 
  Total =68    

Average CAD Consumption Calculation

Average CAD Consumption Calculation

The average CAD consumption calculation is needful to the garments sector. The CAD consumption is also a vital part of the performance of the cutting department. When the cutting department is working on cut panels in various colors and styles. The department will unable to report accurate CAD consumption. That time he will be dependent on average CAD consumption for accurate reporting. The below example is for your reference-

Buyer Name: RH style 8MS038
Colour : blue print c19 Garments qty                 = 8009 pc     =  18.63 + 2.71 %      = 12771 yds  (body)
Colour : blue print c19 Garments qty                 = 7566 pc    =  0. 51 + 4 %      = 335 yds ( trim)
Colour : maroon print c58 Garments qty           =    7566 pc     = 18.97 + 3.01 %        = 12322 yds (body)
Colour : maroon print c58 Garments qty           =    8009 pc =    0.50 + 4 %          =   347 yds (trim)
  Sample  fabric                                                                                                                   = 87 yds
                                                                                                                        Total fabric qty = 25862 YDS
Average CAD Consumption
Average CAD Consumption
Average CAD Consumption Calculation
A) blue print c19 Garments qty = 8009 pc 18.63 2.74%
 blue print c19 Garments qty = 8009 pc 0.514.00%
Total19.146.74%
B)maroon print c58 Garments qty =    8009 pc 18.973.01%
maroon print c58 Garments qty =    8009 pc 0.504.00%
Total19.477.01%
C) Final Cad Consumption & Excess % Calculation:
RH style 8MS038
Total =A+B38.6113.75%
Avg.=  (A+B)/219.316.88%
Average CAD consumption Result

So, We can easily identify the accurate CAD consumption on the above calculation.

Testy Chicken Chap Recipe

Testy chicken chap recipe

Testy chicken chap recipe is an unbelievable uncommon recipe for my ever life. The testy chicken chap recipe is how to cook easily. Please watch the video link and also the details are for your information.

At first, I introduce you to the ingredients of the recipe.

Ingredients:

Chicken 500 gm

Milk Powder 2 tbsp

Gram flour/besan as need basis

Red chili powder 1 tsp

Cumin Powder 1 tsp

Coriander powder 1 tsp

Black pepper 1/2 tsp

Chili flakes 1/2 tsp

Salt 1 tsp

Garlic paste 1 tsp

Ginger paste 1 tsp

Lamon 1 pcs

Soyasoucs 2 tsp

Chicken Chap Fry

Instructions:

1. Mix the chicken with all the marinade ingredients in a bowl. then cover with cling film and chill for about a maximum of an hour. Stir to make sure each piece of chicken is coated by beson before fry.

2. Fry 2 pieces at a time until golden brown, flipping several times to ensure the chicken cooks evenly and does not burn.

Raw Chicken Chap

3. Afte fry the chicken chap cut the chicken into small slices.

4. We can add the half-fried capsicum and onion for a better test.

So, enjoy! the testy chicken chap with uncommon flavor and color

Chicken Chap Recipe
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