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Text Preview White Paper on Education Sector| July 10, 2013|
Provides an overview of Education Sector and its critical business models, driving forces & associated challenges with respect to Bhopal market.| |

Index
Indian Education Sector
* Overview
* Anatomy of education Sector
* Investment rationale
* Private Education: next 5 Years
Rising trends in Education Spent
* Urban Centric concentrated growth
Government Policies
* Challenges before public policy makers
* Extensive Legislative anvil
Bhopal Education Sector
* Industry Classification
* Pre- School
* Business Model
* Key Player
* K-12
* Business Model
* Challenges
* Key Players
* Higher Education
* Distance vs classroom teaching
* Business model
* Key regulators
* Key players
* Challenges
* Coaching
* Challenges
* Key Players
* Vocational training
* Drivers and opportunities
* Key Players
Role of Advertisement
* Major media Vehicle
* Media Planning Process
* Revenue spend in various segment
* Challenges Faced (Client Vs Company)
Reference Sources

Indian Education Sector
Overview
At INR 4000bn, yearly educations spend in India is larger than that of the US at comparable prices. Estimated revenue CAGR of private entrepreneurs in education, at 18% during 2011-’15 (INR 2250bn by 2015), is also one of the world’s fastest, and is expected to be driven by a sharp rise in household spend, with median income elasticity of 2. Public policy is likely to aid incumbents but to defocus private players from K-12. Skill and vocational training are emerging as key opportunities. High growth, limited investable opportunities and the recession-proof nature of the education sector are likely to keep valuations high. I initiate coverage with a positive stance. Key Drivers:

* At INR, India’s education sector is bigger than that of the US. With INR 4000bn of yearly overall education spend at comparable prices; India’s education sector is bigger than that of the US. Even at a value of INR 5000bn by market prices, education spend in India is the 9th highest. India’s yearly growth in education spend, at 15%, is also one of the fastest.

* Private education revenue growing 19%, to touch INR 2250bn by 2015. From INR 1500bn in 2012, private education revenue is set to reach INR 2150bn by 2015. Main revenue streams: K-12 (INR 1000bn), technical education (INR 600bn), coaching (INR 400bn) & pre-school (INR 150bn).

* Over 10% of wallet. 10.4% of total consumer spend of the urban affluent (top 10% by spend) funds private education. The rural poorest (bottom 10%) spends just 1.4% of wallet on education. With median income elasticity of demand for education at near 2, a 1% rise in per capita income leads to 2% rise in spends, mostly on private education. This is a key driver for the sector.

Key Deterrents:

* Public policy to defocus private players from K-12. Formal education in India is on a non-profit basis. While ongoing reforms may help incumbents, the Right to Education Act may deter private players from K-12.

* Skill enhancement: the next big thing. Shortage of trainers and ICT based interface are likely to challenge classroom-based coaching models. Private players are expected to focus on technical education and pre-schools. Also, the gulf between formal education and the market’s skill requirements is driving demand for vocational education and skill development services

Anatomy of the Indian education sector

Three key rungs of the educational system

* Formal education: This comprises school, college, university and technical/professional education. The core, or formal, education system in India is highly regulated. A key policy condition is that formal education institutes need to operate on a non-profit basis.

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