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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 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.



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Business In Education November 2011

  1. 1. Business in Education November 2011INDALYTICSADVISORS BUSINESS IN EDUCATION November 2011 businessineducation.in © 2011, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited | Indalytics.com | businessineducation@indalytics.com © Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 1
  2. 2. Business in Education November 2011About Business in EducationBusiness in Education is a monthly report, which is focused on the supply side of education sector in India. Thereport is 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. 3. Business in Education November 2011 Table of Contents Activities of Major Players .....................................................................................................................................4 Players are setting up new business divisions ....................................................................................................4 Companies are collaborating with government bodies ......................................................................................4 Education providers are tying up with other organizations ................................................................................5 New projects are coming up in education sector ...............................................................................................5 Opportunities in the sector ....................................................................................................................................6 Indo — US summit expected to open new avenues ...........................................................................................6 Opportunities coming up in vocational education space ....................................................................................6 New courses are creating potential for service providers...................................................................................7 ICT players have opportunities to capture overseas market ..............................................................................7 Other Prominent Trends in the Sector....................................................................................................................7 Governments are bringing in new regulations to govern the education system .................................................7 US is becoming a favored destination, while going to UK is becoming difficult ..................................................8 Companies’ Score Card...........................................................................................................................................9 List of Organizations............................................................................................................................................. 11© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 3
  4. 4. Business in Education November 2011Activities of Major PlayersPlayers are setting up new business Companies are collaborating withdivisions government bodies Education providers are now signing memorandumMany education providers are going for expansion of understanding (MoU) with government bodies,by setting up new business units. These units either and are working with them on various projectscater to a new customer set, or follow a new through collaboration.process. HCL Learning, an education and talentComputer education provider, Aptech Limited development division of HCL Infosystems Limited,is expanding into skill development for retail sector. has joined hands with Tamil Nadu’s AnnamalaiThe company has tied up with the non-profit ‘Trust University to launch the MBA-IMS Programfor Retailers and Retail Associates of India’ (TRRAIN) (Infrastructure Management & Security) via distanceto launch a retail module. The module will be taught learning mode. The two-year program will helpin a shipment container, which is transformed into students & working professionals to develop theiran air-conditioned 18-seat classroom, placed at a managerial skills in the field of IT infrastructuremall in Mumbai. The module, targeted at the management & security.working retail professionals, is expected to beimparted to over 20,000 professionals over a three-year period. Aptech will have a revenue-sharing Integrated Learning Solution Pvt. Ltd. (ILS) hasmodel with TRAAIN and will provide staff for signed a MoU with the Indira Gandhi National Openteaching. University’s (IGNOU’s) Campus Placement Cell (CPC). According to the MoU, IGNOU will incorporate INS’ cloud-based learning resource model, Wheebox.Essel Group’s education firm, Zee Learn Limited, is Wheelbox, which will be placed on IGNOU’s website,planning to set up a new business unit — Education will help its students to improve their areas ofOutsourcing. The company will be operating and strength and employment prospects.managing schools owned by corporate houses orgovernment. Zee Learn currently runs 900 playschools, 100 K-12 schools and close to 30 animation Global IT networking company, Cisco has enteredinstitutes across India. It is now planning to add 100 into cloud education solutions, and has signed aplayschools, 25 K-12 and 25 animation institutes by MoU with the Karnataka government for the same.the end of the year to March 2012. The company is The company will be using its ‘Cisco Educationexpecting approximately 20% of its school business Enabled Development’ (CEED) platform to deliverrevenue to come from the new business unit. remote supplementary teaching in five of Karnataka’s government schools. The program, in form of a public-private partnership model, will help more than 750 students from class V – VIII, receive supplementary teaching.© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 4
  5. 5. Business in Education November 2011 Cisco is also entering the skill-training space by The content, available in form of videos, will cost using its cloud education solutions. The company has INR5—10 per video to students. Edserv, had in past signed a MoU with Karnataka government to impart tied up with Nokia to provide its educational content remote skills for sectors such as BFSI, retail, on Nokia Smartphone. hospitality, travel and BPO. As per the MoU, Cisco will start a pilot at five Industrial Technical Institute (ITI) sites across Karnataka, to impart skills training Bangalore University will be getting a contribution through internet. of INR100 crore from Jindal Aluminum Limited, to setup Dr Sitaram Jindal School of Economics. The campus, which was earlier proposed as Bangalore Birla Institute of Management Technology School of Economics, will be setup at the Jnana (BIMTECH) – Greater Noida has signed a MoU with Bharathi Campus of the university. Proposed to be NTPC Limited. As per the MoU, faculty of BIMTECH completed in five years, the school will provide four- will be involved with NTPC to explore opportunities year B.S. Course in economics, and will work as an in executive education, consultancy, training, and autonomous body on the patter of London School of capacity building. While on the other hand, NTPC will Economics and Indian School of Business, help in providing summer internship to students of Hyderabad. BIMTECH. National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) has Tata Power Company Limited, along with the entered into an agreement with Fashion Institute of government of Jharkhand, has launched a ‘Village Technology (FIT), New York, to run dual-degree Education Excellence Program’, to improve the programs. Under the program, NIFT students will be education levels of the communities living near its able to obtain a joint degree awarded by NIFT and project site at Tiruldih, Jharkhand. The program is FIT. The two institutes will also be collaborating in focused on improving the education standard of the areas of fashion and textile designing. primary and mid-level schools. It will be conducting Mathematics, Science and English classes for approximately 450 students class IX and X Students New projects are coming up in of Tiruldih High School, twice a week. education sector Education providers are tying up with Education sector is also witnessing new projects and institutes coming up. Lovely Professional other organizations University has launched its Distance Education Study Programs by opening 155 study centers for distance Besides government bodies, education providers learning across the country. The centers will provide are also collaborating with other organizations to study material, contact classes, various online increase their customer-reach. resources, as well as administrative support to students. ICT company EdServ Softsystems Limited is expanding its mobile learning services. The company The students will also be able to connect to the has tied up with Tata DoCoMo, and will be providing university through its Learning Management IIT-JEE and AIEEE test–preparation content on Tata Solutions software. The distant learning program is DoCoMo’s educational platform – Tutor on Mobile. recognized by the Distance Education Council (DEC),© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 5
  6. 6. Business in Education November 2011 and Joint Committee of UGC-AICTE-DEC for running summit, aimed to strengthen higher education Distance Education Programs. The program is collaboration and exchange between India and the considered equivalent to the regular US, discussed topics such as accreditation, research correspondence programs, and will be valid for partnerships, and joint degrees. As India is coming Employment and Higher Studies. up with the Foreign Educational Institutions (Regulation of Entry and Operations) Bill, this will help US universities to enter India, and participate in Sanjay Ghodawat Group, which has presence across India’s vision of building additional 1000 universities many industries, is planning to setup a 160 acres and 50,000 colleges. educational campus on Mumbai–Pune expressway. The project, worth INR300 crore, will have a residential school, along with colleges offering Opportunities coming up in vocational various professional courses, and will provide education to over 10,000 students. The group education space already operates a similar 150 acres campus in Kohlapur, which currently has over 2,000 students. There is an opportunity coming up for vocational courses provider, as Indian education system is expected to go through a major change in 2012. The The Azim Premji Foundation, which is working on government is deciding to introduce a seven-level India’s education system for a decade, is planning to vocational educational program. Under the program, start 1,300 schools across the country. The schools first four levels will overlap with the K-12 system, — two per district — will impart free education in starting from class IX, while the other three levels local language, along with food. They will cover will be applicable to colleges and higher-educational classes from preschool to XII, and will be affiliated to institutions. the state boards, on the lines of government ones. The INR 9,000 crore project will focus on the overall development of the students, and will be operated The program, National Vocational Education in the educationally un-served areas of the districts. Qualification Framework, will offer vocational The foundation is planning to start seven schools by courses to school students, which will help them mid of 2013 in Karnataka, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand attain required skills for employment mainly in and Chhattisgarh, and complete the target of all the private sector. The program is designed in a manner, 1,300 schools by 2025. that students can anytime switch from formal education to job-oriented skill development courses, and also come back, or continue both simultaneously. The courses, which will be of Opportunities in the sector international standards of quality and productivity will help in providing employment to over 150 million students who do not have access to higher education. They will be targeted to sectors such as Indo — US summit expected to open automobile, information technology and telecom, new avenues hospitality, infrastructure and others. The government will be starting the pilot project in the One of the major events that took place in the state of Haryana. month of October was the first India — US education summit at Georgetown University, Washington. The© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 6
  7. 7. Business in Education November 2011 All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is Other Prominent Trends in the working toward integrating formal education with Sector vocational education. AICTE will design the courses on the bases of available employment opportunities, as well as the geographical locations and socio- economic culture of the places. The courses will help Governments are bringing in new students to continue the same stream in colleges in regulations to govern the education form of a diploma, which they have studied in system schools. Education sector is witnessing new government regulations. As the sector is growing at a fast pace, New courses are creating potential for both center as well as state governments are service providers introducing new regulations to keep a check on it. In order to take its curriculum beyond blackboards, Maharashtra state government is planning to Delhi University has introduced a new course on introduce a bill in the winter session of the state innovation, called B Tech/BS Innovation. The course, legislature, which will help in curbing the fake which will be a four-year undergraduate program of educational institutions in the state. The the innovation cluster being planned by the Maharashtra Unauthorized Institutes and Courses in university, will focus on the application and hands- Technical and Vocational Education Bill will have on training. The course will make students spend adequate provision to control the fake institutes, time in both real, as well as artificial laboratories, who lack adequate infrastructure, or make false and pursue their innovative skills. Having total promises regarding placements. The bill will have duration of eight semesters, it will also require provisions, under which, the institutes will have to students to undertake community projects and refund the fees, pay fine of INR1 lakh — INR5 lakh, industry internships. and even face imprisonment of a year. ICT players have opportunities to India is witnessing an excess supply of engineering capture overseas market colleges, as many engineering seats go empty every year. The country has approximately 3,393 engineering colleges that have 14.85 lakhs seats Players in ICT domain have got an opportunity in available. According to AICTE estimates, Kuwait, which is replacing its textbooks with e- approximately two lakh seats remained unfilled, books. The Arab state has launched a program, when admissions closed in 2011. AICTE therefore, is estimated worth US$9,39,052 (INR4.6 crore) to planning to control the number of engineering replace approximately 900 textbooks into e-books, colleges, after it had received letters from states and distribute them in form of approximately such as Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, 3,70,000 flash memory units. The program, aimed at Tamil Nadu, Haryana and Chhattisgarh, not to clear making reading exciting and appealing, with start proposals for new engineering institutes. It has with the high-school students. further asked state governments to send it the copies of perspective plans of all universities, so that it can control and map the growth of colleges.© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 7
  8. 8. Business in Education November 2011 The directorate of education (DoE) is working on US is becoming a favored destination, regulating the pre-primary education in Goa. DoE, which has registered close to 450 schools so far in while going to UK is becoming difficult the state, is working on the guidelines of Right to Education Act (RTE) 2009, which mentions the Free The US is still preferred as a favored higher- and Compulsory Education, and regulation of pre- education destination by Indian students. The US primary education. As per the RTE, states —which visa applications by Indian students have increased have been given a three-year deadline by the center by 18%, from 39,958 in 2010 to 46,982 in 2011, — have to provide free pre-school education to according to the US embassy. Two major reasons children in the age group 3–6 as preparation for behind the increasing trend are the lack of quality school education. higher-education institutions in India, and the ongoing crisis in Europe, which has made it a less lucrative destination, due to decreasing job The state of Haryana is implementing the Right to prospects. Education Act in state-run schools from November 11, 2011. The act is aimed at providing free and compulsory education to all children from 6 to 14 Another favored destination, UK has got issues with years of age. The act also states that it will be the the Indian banks. Indian students, aspiring to go to concerned state’s responsibility to bear the child’s the UK for higher studies, might face tough time as education costs, along with ensuring that the child the UK Border Agency has blacklisted approximately completes full eight years of schooling with 1,950 Indian banks for visa related purposes. As adequate attendance. most of the banks are cooperatives, primarily located in rural and semi urban areas, students might face issues in approaching other 85 banks included in the list, where they do not hold the savings accounts. According to the new rules, the visa applicants will have to attach a financial statement for the purpose of verifying their maintenance funds, under Tier–4 of the points- based system. The UK is the second major destination for Indian students, and granted approximately 50,000 students visas in 2010.© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 8
  9. 9. Business in Education November 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 October October (%) (%) (%) (INR) 31, 2011 2011 (%) Computer Software Training Aptech Ltd. 43.2% 41.5% 0.0% 6.81 104.05 8.9% Computer Software Training BITS Ltd. 25.0% 10.0% 0.5% N.A. N.A. 16.3% Computer Software Training NIIT Ltd. -4.0% -6.2% 60.0% -0.60 19.45 6.4% Software Technology ERP for Group Educational International Institutions Ltd. N.A. N.A. 112.7% -0.40 N.A. 7.0% ICT Birla Shloka Solutions Edutech Ltd. 3.6% 2.8% 6.8% 0.70 4.84 7.0% ICT Compucom Solutions Software Ltd. 30.4% 23.9% 52.5% N.A. 9.49 -0.3% CORE Education and ICT Technologies Solutions Ltd. 39.2% 23.8% 81.9% 3.64 20.05 0.2% ICT Edserv Solutions Softsyst Ltd. 42.6% 27.3% 12.2% 4.65 5.29 5.7% ICT Educomp Solutions Solutions Ltd. 41.5% 23.4% 41.3% 4.54 6.55 10.3%© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 9
  10. 10. Business in Education November 2011 Debt- Price- Market Operating Equity Equity Price Margin Net Margin Ratio EPS Ratio change Q1-2012 Q1-2012 Q1-2012 Q1-2012 October October (%) (%) (%) (INR) 31, 2011 2011 (%) Everonn ICT Education Solutions Ltd. 37.1% 16.4% 39.2% 5.75 9.46 2.5% Comp-U- Learn Tech IT Education India Ltd. 15.4% 6.7% 2.8% 0.11 16.04 41.2% Jetking IT Education Infotrain Ltd. 17.3% 11.5% 0.0% 1.67 6.35 2.1% Tree House Education & School Accessories Education Ltd. N.A. N.A. 38.0% N.A. N.A. 23.2% School Education Zee Learn Ltd. -4.6% -5.2% 83.2% N.A. N.A. 0.5% Career Point Infosystems Tuitions Ltd. 40.0% 29.5% 0.0% 2.56 17.74 8.9%© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 10
  11. 11. Business in Education November 2011List of OrganizationsAptech Limited HCL Infosystems LimitedAzim Premji Foundation HCL LearningBirla Institute of Management Technology Indian School of BusinessBirla Shloka Edutech Ltd. Integrated Learning Solution Pvt. LtdBITS Ltd. Jetking Infotrain Ltd.Career Point Infosystems Ltd. Jindal Aluminum LimitedCisco London School of EconomicsCompucom Software Ltd. Lovely Professional UniversityComp-U-Learn Tech India Ltd. National Institute of Fashion TechnologyCORE Education and Technologies Ltd. NIIT Ltd.Delhi University NokiaDr Sitaram Jindal School of Economics NTPC LimitedEdServ Softsystems Limited Sanjay Ghodawat GroupEducomp Solutions Ltd. Software Technology Group International Ltd.Essel Group Tata DoCoMoEveronn Education Ltd. Tata Power Company LimitedFashion Institute of Technology Tree House Education & Accessories Ltd.Georgetown University Zee Learn Limited© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 11
  12. 12. Business in Education November 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 12
  13. 13. Business in Education November 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 13
  14. 14. Business in Education November 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 14
  15. 15. Business in Education November 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 15
  16. 16. Business in Education November 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 16
  17. 17. Business in Education November 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 17
  18. 18. Business in Education November 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: 11-011 Publication Date – November 2011 © 2011 Indalytics Advisors Private Limited For further information, please contact businessineducation@indalytics.com© Indalytics Advisors l businessineducation.in l businessineducation@indalytics.com 18

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