plz provide some suggestions
Not sure what your market is like. But as a general rule of thumb you want to build a portfolio of your work. This will allow potential customers know how good you are and what they can expect from you.
To start, offer to build a few simple sites (5 pages or so) in your local area. It could be for anything; a local park, restaurant, community center, local bands or artist. Non-Profits are good to approach since they may not have a budget for a professional site.
The main point is go into your community and meet people and talk to them. Keep in mind that these people will know others in the community. Get to know them, be professional and passionate in making great sites. Show interest in their needs. If they want more than a few pages you will need to use your judgement on how much work you will do for free.
But your first goal is to build a profession portfolio so you can start charging money for your services and support…always remember sites need support after they are done, information changes, prices change, people in charge change. Unless they are going to support the site themselves after you design it, then this is something you will need to speak your any of your paying customers about.