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Feasibility Studies and Important Aspect of Project Management

Sahadev Roy

Dept. of ECE, NIT Arunachal Pradesh, Yupia, 791112, India

Momin Mukherjee

Dept. of Management and Humanities, NIT Arunachal Pradesh, Yupia, 791112, India
e-mail: mmukherjee964@gmail.com


In this paper we want to describe stepwise, different studies are essential for design and layout of plants. In this paper, we also described different benefit conducting the feasibility studies. The survey is also extended more detailed regarding different considerations. Here we also discussed different test parameters. We also try to measures different impact on the organizational characteristics; fulfill user requirements. Five essential areas of project feasibility are also discussed here. Benefits of conducting the feasibility study and different aspects consider here for discussion.


Design and layouts of plants;
Feasibility study;
Legal feasibility;
Operational feasibility;
Scheduling feasibility;
Technical feasibility.

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Sahadev Roy and Momin Mukherjee, “Feasibility Studies and Important Aspect of Project Management,” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 98-100,  2017.


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