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Business in Education is a monthly report, which is focused on the supply side of education sector in India. The report aimed at helping education services providers with the latest activities in the …

Business in Education is a monthly report, which is focused on the supply side of education sector in India. The report aimed at helping education services providers with the latest activities in the sector.

The report covers the trends, as well as the opportunities in the Indian education sector, which were highlighted in media. It is designed for the individuals and organizations, which are in the education business, or are planning to enter it. It is also helpful for various products and services providers to the sector.

In order to receive free subscription to Business in Education, please mail us at businessineducation@indalytics.com. Visit www.businessineducation.in to read the articles online.


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  • 1. Business in Education October 2011INDALYTICSADVISORS BUSINESS IN EDUCATION October 2011 businessineducation.in © 2011, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited | Indalytics.com | businessineducation@indalytics.com © Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 1
  • 2. Business in Education October 2011About Business in EducationBusiness in Education is a monthly report, which is focused on the supply side of education sector in India. Thereport aimed at helping education services providers with the latest activities in the sector.The report covers the trends, as well as the opportunities in the Indian education sector, which were highlighted inmedia. It is designed for the individuals and organizations, which are in the education business, or are planning toenter it. It is also helpful for various products and services providers to the sector.In order to get free subscription to Business in Education, please mail us at businessineducation@indalytics.com© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 2
  • 3. Business in Education October 2011 Table of Contents Activities of Major Players ..................................................................................................................................... 4 Companies are expanding their businesses ....................................................................................................... 4 Sector is witnessing acquisitions by major players ............................................................................................ 4 International education providers are forming alliances with their Indian counterparts ................................... 5 Sector is witnessing new products and services ................................................................................................. 6 Opportunities in the sector .................................................................................................................................... 7 Foreign education players are planning to enter India ....................................................................................... 7 Indian universities are also exploring partnership prospects ............................................................................. 7 Other Prominent Trends in the Sector ................................................................................................................... 8 Changes in regulations expected to impact education service providers ........................................................... 8 Legal education might witness an overhaul ....................................................................................................... 8 Banks are introducing new norms for home loans ............................................................................................. 8 Australia making education visa process easier ................................................................................................. 9 Companies’ Score Card ........................................................................................................................................ 10 List of Organizations ............................................................................................................................................ 12© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 3
  • 4. Business in Education October 2011Activities of Major Players According to the company, the education sector isCompanies are expanding their the biggest driver for their projector business,businesses contributing to the majority of sales. The company expects the size of projector market of 300,000 units in 2011, which will grow to 500,000 units in 2012.Most of the established brands in Indian educationsector are looking for new avenues to expand theirbusinesses. Sector is witnessing acquisitions by major playersAfter raising INR122 crore through Initial PublicOffer last month, Tree House Education & Besides organic expansion, many players in theAccessories Limited is using these funds for sector are also exploring ways of expanding theexpansion. The company is expanding into pre- inorganic way through mergers and acquisitions.school business. It has signed up 6 new centers inMumbai and 1 in Nagpur in the month of August2011, taking its total number of preschools to 230. BSE-listed DMC Education Limited is acquiring other companies in the education sector. After acquiring Kolkata-based education consulting firm Plansteps inTree House is also investing in acquiring office space, May 2011, the company has now acquired 51 %constructing infrastructure for educational stake in Delhi-based training institute Lifelongcomplexes in Rajasthan and Gujarat, and procuring Finishing Academy for approximately INR1 crore.exclusivity rights to provide educational services. DMC currently provides training for entranceShiv Nadar Foundation, which already has presence examinations, and is expected to benefit fromin higher education, is also expanding by entering Lifelong Finishing Academy’s business of trainingthe elementary education space and opening its courses on personal grooming, cooking, holisticschools across the country. First two Shiv Nadar living, etiquette, and home & financial management.Schools will be started in Noida and Gurgaon, and The new injection of capital will help Lifelong inthe number will gradually increase to 25 schools taking its personal grooming courses pan India andacross the country by 2020. The foundation is open up approximately 100 new centers in the nextalready operating the SSN College of Engineering, two-three years.the SSN School of Management and ComputerApplications and the SSN School of AdvancedSoftware Engineering, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Navneet Publications India Limited is investing INR45 crore in Hyderabad-based school management company K-12 Techno Services. K-12The trend is also visible in case of products and Techno, which already has funding from Sequoiaservices providers to educational institutions. IT Capital, offers school management services such asproducts manufacturer BenQ is banking on ICT in administration, teacher recruitment and training,education, and is targeting the education sector to and curriculum and infrastructure developmentincrease the sale of its projectors in the country.© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 4
  • 5. Business in Education October 2011 across the state of Andhra Pradesh. The latest Serra International Pre-school has entered into funding is expected to help K-12 Techno expand its joint venture with Singapore based EtonHouse services across five different states and manage over International Education Group to launch a chain of 200 schools over the period of 3-4 years. The deal international pre-schools across India. Serra is will also help Navneet expand its publishing business planning to invest INR100 crore for setting up 100 from Maharashtra and Gujarat to other states. franchised international pre-schools by 2012 and 1000 franchised international pre-schools over the period of seven years. Companies are not only acquiring, but are also getting acquired for funding purposes. 2011 has witnessed many technology based educational The company will be focusing on Chennai, startups, where venture capital firms bought stake Bangalore, Hyderabad, Secunderabad in the South by funding them. After Sparsha Learning India, Delhi/NCR and Punjab in the North India, and Technologies, InOpen Technologies, and Applect Mumbai, Pune and Gujarat in the western part of Learning Systems, it’s now turn for Bangalore based the country. EtonHouse is already operating 52 online education start-up Eduora Technologies schools and pre-schools across Singapore, China, Private Limited. Indonesia, Malaysia, Korea, Vietnam, Japan and India. Eduora Technologies Private Limited has got funding from venture capital firm, Seeders Venture Capital. Another Singapore-based organization Global Eduora, which was started in March 2011, is building Indian International School (GIIS) has tied up with an online, cloud-based platform. The platform will Godrej Properties Limited for setting up an combine the Learning Management System with the education facility in Godrej’s upcoming township in social elements of cloud computing and the internet. Ahmadabad. As per the Tie-up, Godrej will construct The company is currently in private alpha stage, and the school premises for GIIS. GIIS has a network of is expected to launch its network in late 2011. 21 schools across countries such as Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, the UAE, the US and Vietnam. International education providers are forming alliances with their Indian World’s leading K-12 education provider, GEMS counterparts Education, has entered into a partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to undertake world’s largest In order to enter the booming Indian education leadership training program. Under the program, market, many foreign players are joining hands with GEMS would impart training to approximately Indian companies. This is proving to be a win—win 10,000 school principals globally, over a period of situation for both the parties. On one hand, foreign four years. Approximately 3500 school principals will companies are getting Indian partners, who have be trained for leadership in India alone, which falls knowledge about the market, while on the other, under the first phase of the program. Indian organizations are learning the new techniques from their foreign counterparts.© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 5
  • 6. Business in Education October 2011 Singapore Management University (SMU) has also A new type of school has been setup in Kolkata by signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Save the Children and Aviva Insurance, which is a Infosys Limited. Under the three-year agreement, mobile learning center. Named Aviva Mobile SMUs School of Information Systems and Infosys Learning Centre, the schools are in form of two Education & Research would work together, and busses, which have trained teachers, counselors and develop case studies and learning labs for SMUs vocational instructors on board. These buses will Bachelor of Science (IS Management) and Master of reach out to underprivileged children in places such IT in Business degree programs, and training as railway stations or streets/slums and impart them program content for Infosys employees. The MoU knowledge. The aim of this school is to bring 3,000 will also help SMU and Infosys to facilitate faculty out-of-school children and 1,000 underprivileged and professional staff visits to each-other’s locations, children into formal education within two years. and collaborate in research projects of mutual interest. The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOUs) is coming up with a new Certificate Program in Value Education for teachers through its Sector is witnessing new products and School of Extension and Development Studies. The services distance-learning program, which will start from January 2012, will have duration of six months. IGNOU has designed this program primarily for In order to add value to their offerings, schools are teachers teaching in elementary classes, to integrate introducing new and innovative ways to teaching. values in their transactional process of teaching and One such step is taken by e-learning service provider learning. Next Education India Private Limited. The company has launched its Next Learning Centers (NLC), an after-school learning center in Hyderabad. An updated version of coaching centers, NLCs will create a personalized classroom environment, and will act as a finishing school for personality development of students. Next is currently operating two NLCs in Hyderabad and one in Kochi, and is planning to launch 100 owned centers and 500 centers on the franchisee model across 20 cities in future.© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 6
  • 7. Business in Education October 2011 Opportunities in the sector Further, a new website is coming up to promote Foreign education players are planning closer education and training collaboration. to enter India In order to leverage the increasing collaboration Many foreign educational institutions are looking between the two countries, education providers in for collaboration with Indian institutes. Over 60 skills India have started preparing new education models, and education providers from the UK, lead by the UK which meet the quality standards of training India Business Council (UKIBC), were in India in imparted in Australia. September, to scout for potential opportunities. The organizations, such as A4e, Edexcel, City of Westminster College, Tribal Education Limited, City Indian universities are also exploring & Guilds and Hull College, have entered into a partnership with the British Deputy High partnership prospects Commission and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) to strengthen Indo- UK cooperation in the field of skills and education. Sensing the new changes coming up in the sector, UKIBC is also planning to have tie-ups with government organizations are now working more companies such as Hero MotoCorp Limited and toward public-private partnerships. Providers of Mahindra and Mahindra Limited for skill higher education are going to witness new development programs. opportunities, as the Tamil Nadu government is finalizing its plan document for higher education for the XII Plan period from 2012-17. US companies are also looking at investing in the Indian education sector. Chad Kreikemeier, an adviser to US Senator Jeanne Shaheen has expressed The plan document is expected to have new policy his optimism for various potential opportunities in initiatives for higher education, growth targets, the education sector, which can prove beneficial for implementation and monitoring mechanism. It will both the countries. He has come to India with his also discuss areas such as equity in access to higher delegation, which comprised of several educational education, additional intake capacity, skill based institutions, including representatives from the courses, and Public Private Partnerships. The Dartmouth College from New Hampshire. document will further have notes on minimum educational qualification for teaching staff, technology infusion in higher education, resource Australia is planning to enhance its education and generation, and infrastructure development in research collaboration with India, in order to cope universities. up with its increasing demand for skilled workforce in the areas such as faculty development and curriculum renewal. In order to provide a boost to the collaboration, governments of both the countries have announced new exchange programs targeting academics and college principals.© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 7
  • 8. Business in Education October 2011 Other Prominent Trends in the Sector Changes in regulations expected to Legal education might witness an impact education service providers overhaul As the industry is expected to witness many new Legal education system of the country might also regulations, the educational institutions and their see some changes in order to adapt itself with the associations are debating on the potential impact of changing social needs, as well as globalization. As the these regulations on them. 900 odd law schools in India do not have adequate faculty to impart legal education, the Bar Council of India (BCI), along with the State Bar Councils might The Association of Indian Universities (AIU) work on faculty improvement. BCI is planning to find believes that the proposed Foreign Educational 50 PhD scholars in law, who will be groomed as Institutions (Regulation of Entry and Operations) Bill- teachers over a period of six months. These scholars 2010 will pose a major threat to the domestic will then be send to law schools, in order to groom universities. According to the AIU, before inviting 250 law teachers over a period of five years. foreign players in the country, India must improve the quality of its institutions so that they can compete with their foreign counterparts. Indian Banks are introducing new norms for universities are facing the problems such as lack of home loans funds, obsolete curriculum, and shortage of quality teachers. As they are not ready to compete with the foreign varsities, AIU believes that the foreign entrants will poach quality teachers from them. According to a revised scheme by the Indian Banks Association, banks might introduce a system of assessing the potential employability of students Other educational institutes, which might face axe, before giving them loans. Under the new scheme, this time from the department of higher education, before sanctioning a loan, banks will now look at are the Franchisee run coaching institutes. The various factors such as the earning potential of department is planning to make it compulsory for various courses, placements at colleges and loan coaching institutes to take license from the repayment capacity of students post placements. department before operating. Further, they might The new scheme will also extend the repayment also have to fix their tuition fee and intimate it to the period to 10 years for loans up to INR7.5 lakh and 15 department. years for loans above INR7.5 lakh. Further, for loans to students going abroad, banks will be able to charge processing fee. However, this fee will have to be refunded upon the student taking up the course.© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 8
  • 9. Business in Education October 2011 Australia making education visa process easier Australia has opened avenues for students going According to the new regulations, students graduating from a bachelor or masters by for higher studies by announcing new student visa coursework degree, will be able to stay in Australia regulations. The regulations will help students, who and work for two years after the completion of their obtain their first subclass 573 (higher education course. The time period will be three years for sector) or 574 (postgraduate research sector) visa graduates of masters by research degree, and four following the proposed Genuine Temporary Entrant years for PhD graduates. (GTE) requirement, greater opportunity to work in Australia.© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 9
  • 10. Business in Education October 2011 Companies’ Score Card Debt- Price- Market Operating Equity Equity Price Margin Net Margin Ratio EPS Ratio change Q1-2012 Q1-2012 Q1-2012 Q1-2012 September September (%) (%) (%) (INR) 30, 2011 2011 (%) Computer Software Training Aptech Ltd. 43.2% 41.5% 0.0% 6.81 95.70 -3.1% Computer Software Training BITS Ltd. 25.0% 10.0% 0.5% N.A. N.A. -15.8% Computer Software Training NIIT Ltd. -4.0% -6.2% 60.0% -0.60 18.72 -5.3% Software Technology ERP for Group Educational International Institutions Ltd. N.A. N.A. 112.7% -0.40 N.A. -3.1% ICT Birla Shloka Solutions Edutech Ltd. 3.6% 2.8% 6.8% 0.70 4.64 -5.5% ICT Compucom Solutions Software Ltd. 30.4% 23.9% 52.5% N.A. 9.21 6.8% CORE Education and ICT Technologies Solutions Ltd. 39.2% 23.8% 81.9% 3.64 22.68 -5.3% ICT Edserv Solutions Softsyst Ltd. 42.6% 27.3% 12.2% 4.65 3.49 -6.0% ICT Educomp Solutions Solutions Ltd. 41.5% 23.4% 41.3% 4.54 5.90 21.0%© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 10
  • 11. Business in Education October 2011 Debt- Price- Market Operating Equity Equity Price Margin Net Margin Ratio EPS Ratio change Q1-2012 Q1-2012 Q1-2012 Q1-2012 September September (%) (%) (%) (INR) 30, 2011 2011 (%) Everonn ICT Education Solutions Ltd. 37.1% 16.4% 39.2% 5.75 9.38 6.7% Comp-U- Learn Tech IT Education India Ltd. 15.4% 6.7% 2.8% 0.11 11.53 -2.9% Jetking IT Education Infotrain Ltd. 17.3% 11.5% 0.0% 1.67 6.71 -3.2% Tree House Education & School Accessories Education Ltd. N.A. N.A. 38.0% N.A. N.A. 21.0% School Education Zee Learn Ltd. -4.6% -5.2% 83.2% N.A. N.A. 2.4% Career Point Infosystems Tuitions Ltd. 40.0% 29.5% 0.0% 2.56 16.41 -1.9%© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 11
  • 12. Business in Education October 2011 List of Organizations A4e EtonHouse International Education Group Applect Learning Systems Everonn Education Ltd. Aptech Ltd. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry Association of Indian Universities GEMS Education Aviva Insurance Global Indian International School Bar Council of India Godrej Properties Ltd. BenQ Hero MotoCorp Ltd. Birla Shloka Edutech Ltd. Hull College BITS Ltd. Indira Gandhi National Open University Career Point Infosystems Ltd. Infosys Ltd. City & Guilds InOpen Technologies City of Westminster College Jetking Infotrain Ltd. Compucom Software Ltd. K-12 Techno Services Comp-U-Learn Tech India Ltd. Lifelong Finishing Academy CORE Education and Technologies Ltd. Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd. Dartmouth College Navneet Publications India Ltd. DMC Education Ltd. Next Education India Pvt. Ltd. Edexcel Next Learning Centres Edserv Softsyst Ltd. NIIT Ltd. Educomp Solutions Ltd. Plansteps Eduora Technologies Private Limited Save the Children© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 12
  • 13. Business in Education October 2011 Seeders Venture Capital SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering Sequoia Capital SSN School of Management and Computer Serra International Pre-school Applications Shiv Nadar Foundation Tree House Education & Accessories Ltd. Shiv Nadar School Tribal Education Ltd. Singapore Management University UK India Business Council Software Technology Group International United Nations Educational, Scientific and Ltd. Cultural Organization SSN College of Engineering© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 13
  • 14. Business in Education October 2011Get connected to thousands of readers of Business in EducationIn the first month of its launch, Business in Education has become popular within the Indian as well as internationaleducation space. The magazine was demanded by the key decision makers of educational institutions and serviceproviders. Our readership range from Principals and Directors of prominent educational institutions to new schoolsin their growth stage, and from large-scale ICT service providers to startups and consultancy firms.We would like to invite organizations that want to promote their brands and services, to join us. This report is anideal platform for them to reach to all the key decision makers, on the supply side of Indian education sector.For alliance opportunities, please write to us at businessineducation@indalytics.comPartial list of organizations, where this report is being read:A K Vidyamandir Group of Institutions Auuro Educational ServicesAaron Institute AZURE IT SolutionsAditya Birla Public School, Renukoot Bharat Forge Ltd. - Kalyani GroupAEC Business School Billabong High International SchoolsAfairs Exhibitions and Media Pvt. Ltd. Birla Edutech Ltd.Alethia Education BrainTree Global SchoolAmity University Rajasthan Brainy KidzsAnovus Institute of Clinical Research Brightstar Learning Ltd.Apeejay Stya University British CouncilApplyEzee Education Private Ltd. Cambridge Public SchoolAravali Institute of Management at Jodhpur Campus World IncArt of Learning Career Cubicle Pvt. LTD.Asia Direct Career LauncherAsia Pacific Institute of Management Delhi Career Point Infosystems Ltd.Aspire Human Capital Management Pvt. Ltd. Castle Rock Research Corp.© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 14
  • 15. Business in Education October 2011 Centum Learning Ltd Edupower.in Charisma International Education Centre, Nigeria Eduvision India Services CL Educate (Career Launcher) Eduwaves Classteacher Solutions Edvance Learning Connect2Gurukul Edvance Learning Pvt Ltd Credila (HDFC LTD) E-KIDS Solution Private Ltd. DALIA Institute of Management Elsevier India DARE, a monthly magazine on Entrepreneurship. Elyon Education Delhi Public School Emerge Learning Services Ltd. Department of Education Ernst & Young Deutsche Bank Group EuroKids International Ltd Donbosco Tech, India Everonn Education Ltd. E learning Evolve XL Pvt Ltd E Z Vidya Examville.com, LLC Easy Learning India Exioms Ecole Solutions Pvt Ltd Explorers School EdSaas Hyderabad EZVidya Pvt. Ltd. Edsine Feydhoo School, Maldives Education World Magazine FIITJEE Ltd. Educational Initiatives FinPac Financial EducationWorld Focus Educare Pvt. Ltd. Educomp Raffles Higher Education Ltd Future Focus Infotech Educomp Solutions Ltd Future VISTA View Edu Tech Pvt. Ltd. EduNirvana Pvt Ltd Gabss EduSkill Ltd. Edunova Educational Research And Training Pvt Ltd GD Goenka World Institute (Lancaster University) edupaedia.in GEMS Education© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 15
  • 16. Business in Education October 2011 Gladioli Education IL&FS Education and Technology Services Ltd. Global Education Management Corp. iLearn-International Global indian school India Entry 360.Com Global Learning India Venture Partners Global Workforce Development & Consulting IndiaCan Education Pvt. Ltd ( A Pearson Educomp Organisation Company) Globalshiksha.com IndiaCo Ventures Ltd. Gokuldham high school and junior college Indian School of Business & Finance Grassroot Infosolutions Pvt Ltd. Indic Institute of Design and Researc Harbinger Knowledge Products Indigram Skill and Knowledge Initiatives Pvt. Ltd HCL Technologies Ltd. Indus Learning Solutions Pvt Ltd higherstudy.com Informatica HOC Educational Services Pvt Ltd Innovative School of Business & Management Pvt. Ltd. HTC School Intarvo Technologies Ltd. i Big Wonder Integrated EduTeam IAMR Group of Institution iProf India IANS Education Services Jagran Social Welfare Society IBMR Business School Jain Group of Institutions ICFAI Jain Heritage, a Cambridge School ICS GROUP Jetking Infotrain Ltd iDiscoveri Education Pvt. Ltd. Kakubhai Parikh Group of Schools IDP Education Pty Ltd. Kaligi Ranganathan Montford Group of Schools iE&D Solutions BV Kangaroo Kids Preschools iEdvantage Kennedy School iGATE Patni KPMG Ignite Young Minds KQM Consultants IIT Kharagpur© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 16
  • 17. Business in Education October 2011 Laetus Education Private Ltd. Nascent Edutech Pvt. Ltd. Latitude Edutech Consulting Pvt. Ltd. National Geographic Explorer Leading Education Management Enterprise Navitas LeapEd Knowledge Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Next Education India Pvt. Ltd. Liberty Anything Skool NHELITE Education Services Ltd. LIGHT EASY MIND Training & Coaching NIILM School of Business Literati Training Private Ltd. NIIT Ltd. Lord Krishna Group of Institutions NIMS Lotus Learning Pvt Ltd Norwest Venture Partners Macmillan Publishers India Ltd. Okapi Consultancy Ltd Mahadev Educational Initiative Panacea People Group Mahatma Gandhi International Schools Panjab University, Educational Institution, Chandigarh Mail Today Peapod Preschool Manya Education (P) Ltd. Pearson Education India Mastermind Classes Pearson Education Services Pvt. Ltd. (Edurite MBAGuru - Roots Education Pvt. Ltd. Technologies) Mehan Edusolutions Pvt. Ltd Pearson Learning Solutions & Edexcel Ltd.U.K. Mexus Education Pvt Ltd Pedagogues Education India Pvt. Ltd. Mind Shaper Technologies Pvt Ltd. Power Coaching MM ACADEMY Pratham Edusys Pvt Ltd Modern Public School PricewaterhouseCoopers Pvt Ltd Modi Public School Prism Infosolution MRV International school Promethean MyTrustedTutor.com PT Education N & Z Edu Solutions Pvt Ltd PT universe narayana educational institutions Q Point© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 17
  • 18. Business in Education October 2011 Quest Tutorials Smart Careers(Career Launcher) R.D. Computers & Technologies Space Technology & Education Pvt. Ltd Radcliffe School Sraw Educational Initiatives Radiant Educational Investment LLC St. Francis ICSE School Rai Foundation St. Soldier Management and Technical Institute Reliable Institute of Law Strategum Eduserve Pvt. Ltd. Reliable Institute of Management & Technology T.I.M.E. Pvt. Ltd. RESONANCE Eduventures Pvt Ltd Tata Teleservices Ltd. Right Track Admizzionz Campuz Teachwell P S Institute Pvt. Ltd. RIS Tech Pvt. Ltd. Techno Alliance Roots Education Technopak Advisors Rumi Education Private Ltd. TECNIA GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS Sai Educations Tekbos Business Solutions India Private Ltd. Saint-Gobain Gyproc India Ltd. The Achievers Programme Samskar Academy of Kids Education Pvt. Ltd The Economic Times SANAKO Corporation The Parthenon Group Sancta Maria International School, Hyderabad The Princeton Review Sattava Edusys Pvt. Ltd. The Shri Ram Competitive Classes School Serv The Times of India Schooladmissions.in The Wall Street Journal se.eds - Swedish Education Services Theschoolworld.com Shanti Business School Third Academy School shiksha.com(Education Portal) at Info Edge India Ltd TQMS Global Shivaani Educational Services Private Ltd. Universal Education Consultants Shri Shankaracharya Group of Institutions University of Mumbai Shrishti Institutional Support for Economic University of Warwick Development© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 18
  • 19. Business in Education October 2011 University of Westminster Vibgyor High School Upacaar Vidya Prakashan Mandir Ltd Usha Martin Education & Solutions Ltd. Vidyalankar Group of Educational Institutes VectorSpan Inc. Vyasa Learning Solutions (P) Ltd Youreka - idiscoveri Zee Learn Ltd. Zentrum© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 19
  • 20. Business in Education October 2011 Disclaimer The information contained in this report is of a general nature and is not intended to address any particular individual or entity’s circumstances. Although proper care has been taken to provide accurate and timely information, there can be no guarantee that such information is accurate as of the date it is received or that it will continue to be accurate in the future. The list of companies under ‘Partial list of organizations, where this report is being read’ is the list of companies, where at least one employee has either subscribed to the report, or is receiving it, without explicitly showing his or her intention to get unsubscribed from the mailing list. Indalytics Advisors do not guarantee the company name provided by the readers to be accurate. It is understood that by receiving the report, the readers allow Indalytics Advisors to use their organizations’ name in its list of readers. If the readers have any objection to it, then they should report it to Indalytics Advisors immediately. Their absence of objection will be treated as their approval to use their and their organizations’ name in this report. Indalytics Advisors Private Limited does not guarantee that the information contained in this report is authentic and reliable. No one should act upon such information without appropriate professional advice after a thorough examination of the particular situation. In order to get free subscription to Business in Education, please mail us at businessineducation@indalytics.com If you want to advertize your products and services through this report, then please write to us at business@indalytics.com Publication Volume: 11-010 Publication Date – October 2011 © 2011 Indalytics Advisors Private Limited For further information, please contact businessineducation@indalytics.com© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 20