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  1. Amoha Education (P) Ltd. July 2011

  2. Contents Executive Summary Factsheet Offices & CentresBusiness ModelKey People SWOT AnalysisExpansion PlansFinancial ProfileIndustry Analysis Amoha Education (P) Ltd. Competitive LandscapeCompetitive BenchmarkingRecent News Appendix 2

  3. Executive Summary • Amoha Education (P) Ltd. offers spoken English and written English courses to students CompanyDescription • The company runs a successful chain of over X centres across Y cities across India; has presence in the international space as well; Singapore • It primarily functions under two broad categories, category 1 and category 2 Business Model • Strength 1 is one of its major strengths; however its weakness 1 is one of the key areas of concern • The company can reap significant benefits owing to opportunity 1 while threat 1 may have an adverse affect on the strategic initiatives and growth prospects of the organization SWOT Analysis • Amoha Education (P) Ltd. generated total revenues of INR A mn in the fiscal year (FY) 20-- registering a y-o-ydecline of x per cent. However, it incurred a net loss of INR B mn in FY 20-- as compared to a net loss INR C mn in FY 20-- Financial Profile • The financial profile of the company includes the balance sheet, profit and loss a/c and the key ratios depicting the key financial figures for FY 20--, 20--, 20-- and 20--, giving an insight into the company's financial performance • Indian education industry is currently estimated to be valued at INR X bn and is broadly divided intoeducation systems namely, A and B • Formal education system includes segments such as P and Q, whereas the informal education system Industry Analysis includes D, E and F • Vocational training market is currently estimated to be worth INR S bn and is poised to grow at v per centCAGR to reach INR Y bn by 20-- • The market is divided into segments like G, H, I, J etc. • Key competitors for the company can be enlisted as: Competitor 1 and Competitor 2 CompetitiveLandscape • Competition in the coaching class industry is increasing steadily with many private chains opening their institutions in different regions of the country SAMPLE 3

  4. Factsheet Basic Information Brief Description • Amoha Education (P) Ltd. (Veta) runs a chain of English language training institutes across India under the name ‘ Veta ’ Industry -- • Veta was formerly known as Name 1, started its journey in 19-- Corporate Address -- and is presently one of the established English Training Institutesin India • It operates over X centres across Y cities in India and has empowered over Z million people to speak English. • It has presence in the international space as well; Singapore Tel No. -- • Veta offers customized courses under three broad heads Service 1Service 2Service 3 Fax No. -- Website -- Year Founded -- Brief History Ownership -- Revenue -- • 20--: Fiscal Year End -- • 20--: Auditor -- • 20--: Competitors -- • 19--: • 19--: • 19--: Source: 4

  5. Offices & Centres - India Surat HQ Office Veta English Training Centres Note: Source: Note: 5

  6. Offices & Centres - Global Veta English Training Centre Source: 6

  7. Business Model Amoha Education (P) Ltd. Format 1 Format 2 Veta X Facts Veta Y Facts Veta follows the X model to expand its presence across the countrywherein it scouts for partners in the form of Y for tie-ups. It has X requirements for Veta One can be enlisted as below: • Requirement 1 certain franchisee requirements which can be enlisted as below: • Requirement 2 • Requirement 1 • Requirement 3 • Requirement 2 • Requirement 4 • Requirement 3 • Requirement 5 • Requirement 4 • Requirement 6 • Requirement 5 • Requirement 7 • Requirement 6 Veta emphasizes on Format 1/Format 2 to be in x: y ratio, A out of B X centres to be Format 1 Source: 7

  8. Key People (1/2) Chairman Managing Director Mr. X Mr. Y ChairmanAge : -- Managing DirectorAge : -- Since: -- Since: -- Current Position: • -- Current Position: • -- Professional History: • --Qualification: • -- Qualification: • --Others • -- General Manager of Operations Mr. Z General Manager of OperationsAge : -- Shareholders of the Company Since: -- Name No. of Shares held Current Position: • -- -- -- Shareholding Pattern -- -- -- -- a% -- -- -- -- b% -- -- Source: 8

  9. SWOT Analysis Weaknesses Strengths • Strength 1: • Weakness 1: • Strength 2: • Weakness 2: • Strength 3: Opportunities Threats • Threat 1: • Opportunity 1: • Opportunity 2: • Threat 2: • Threat 3: Source: 9

  10. Ratio Analysis Key Ratios Key Ratio Analysis • Analysis Point 1 y-o-y change (20--) Particulars 20-- 20-- 20-- 20-- Profitability Ratios • Analysis Point 2 Operating MarginNet Margin - - - - - - - - - - Profit Before Tax MarginReturn on Equity - - - - - • Analysis Point 3 - - - - - Return on Capital EmployedReturn on Assets - - - - - - - - - - • Analysis Point 4 Return on Fixed Assets - - - - - Cost Ratios - - - - - Operating costs (% of Sales)Administration costs (% of Sales)Interest costs (% of Sales) • Analysis Point 5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - • Analysis Point 6 Liquidity Ratios - - - - - Current RatioCash Ratio - - - - - - - - - - • Analysis Point 7 Leverage Ratios - - - - - Debt to Equity RatioDebt to Capital RatioInterest Coverage Ratio - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Efficiency Ratios - - - - - Fixed Asset TurnoverAsset Turnover - - - - - 100% - - - - - Current Asset TurnoverCapital Employed Turnover - - - - - - - - - - Improved Decline Source: Note: 10

  11. Industry Analysis Vocational Training Industry - Overview Size & Growth • Vocational training market is currently estimated to be worth INR X bn and is poised to grow at u per cent INR bn CAGR to reach INR Y bn by 20-- 200 T •Some major segments in vocational training in India include Segment A, Segment B, Segment C, Segment D + u % S 150 R and Segment E 100 Q • Based on the trends of employability in the industry, Segment F. Segment G, Segment H, Segment I, Segment J P 50 are the emerging segments • It is a developing market with strong opportunity for new players 0 20-- 20--e 20--e 20--e 20--e • Private players operate free of any regulations i.e. no governing/ regulatory bodies •Factors driving growth for the market include - Market Segmentation Factor 1 Factor 2Factor3Factor 4 OthersE p%o% k% A • Visible trends in the market are - D Trend 1Trend 2Trend 3Trend 4 n% B m%C l % Source: 11

  12. Competitive Landscape (3/3) Competitive Scenario Company Name Veta Bafel BM English BSL Training Russell’s Smarttalk Speakwell Number of Centres Study Centres - - - - - - - Financial Information (INR mn - FY 2010) Total Revenue - - - - - - - Net Profit/(loss) - - - - - - - Geographic Presence (India) Zone A L H NA H M H M Zone B M NA NA L L L NA Zone C M M H M M M H Zone D H L NA L H M M Major Market Segments (courses/subjects) Spoken English :Course A Course BCourse CCourse DCourse ECourse F SAMPLE Source: H: High; L: Low; M: Medium Offered Not Offered 12

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