Indian Education Market Report: 2011 Edition

  • ID: 1596232
  • March 2011
  • Region: India
  • 53 Pages
  • Koncept Analytics
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The Indian education market has witnessed a series of developments and changes in the last few years, which resulted in a significant increase in market size of the education industry compared to previous years. The present Indian education industry is in its development stage. With increasing per capita income, national economic growth and enhanced technology it has become necessary to develop the structure of the Indian education sector. Private players have taken several initiatives for development of education infrastructure and quality. The emergence of new segments like e-learning and V-SAT training is slowly shifting the education market towards new heights.

Indian education market consists of two segments formal and non-formal education system. K-12 segment has shown tremendous increase in terms of market growth and revenue from past years and is expected to grow at same pace. Private professional institutes are expanding with a strong growth rate which has opened the doors for foreign universities. There is tremendous opportunity in the test preparation market in India.

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1. Indian Education Industry
1.1 Overview
1.2 Industry Structure

2. Education Market
2.1 Global Market
Public Spending Comparison
Enrolment Ratio Comparison

2.2 Indian Education Market
2.2.1 Market Size
Market Value & Growth Rate
Market Segments

2.2.2 Formal Indian Education Segment (IES)
2.2.3 K12 Segment
2.2.4 Higher Education
2.2.5 Non-Formal Indian Education Segment (IES)
2.2.6 Coaching Class Market
2.2.7 Vocational Training Market

3. E-Learning Market In Indian Education Sector
3.1 Overview
3.2 Market Size
3.3 E-learning- Market Segments
3.3.1 Multimedia in Private Schools
3.3.2 ICT In Public Schools
3.3.3 Online Tutoring
3.4 Market Trends
3.5 Market Challenges

4. Opportunities In Indian Education Industry
4.1 Collaboration with Foreign Universities
4.2 Increasing Role of Private Players
4.3 Government Initiatives
4.4 Opportunities in K-12 segment

5. Industry Trends
5.1 Supplementary Teaching and Teacher Training
5.2 VSAT Learning

6. Key Issues
6.1 Students Going Abroad for Higher Studies
6.2 Long Decision-Making Cycles in Government Projects
6.3 Poor Infrastructure and Quality

7. Industry Drivers
7.1 Per Capita GDP
7.2 Per Capita Income
7.3 Growth In Service Sector

8. Competitive Landscape of Indian Education Industry
Financial Comparison

9. Company Profiles
9.1 Everonn Systems India Limited
Company Overview
Key Financials
Business Strategies
Geographic Expansion
Coaching Institutes a Medium of Business Expansion
School Management Services

9.2 Educomp Solutions Limited
Company Overview
Key Financials
Business Strategies
Direct Initiatives
Early Identification of Market Opportunities
Large Portfolio

9.3 NIIT
Company Overview
Key Financials
Business Strategies
Expanding Beyond IT Training
Acquisitions Leverages Growth
Focus on Specific Verticals
Specialization in Banking Operations

10. Market Outlook
10.1 Market Forecast
10.2 Forecast Methodology
10.2.1 Dependent and Independent Variables
10.2.2 Correlation Analysis
10.2.3 Regression Analysis

List of Charts:

Indian Education Structure
Share by Destination of Indian Students Going Abroad For Higher Education (2009)
Public Spending by Various Countries on Education as % of GDP (2009)
Working Age Group Population by Country (2010-2035E)
Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) In Tertiary Education by Country (2009)
Total Planned Expenditure by Government on Education (4th-11th Plan)
Total Education Market Size and Growth (2008-2010)
Education Market Segment
Market Size of Education Market Segments (2009)
Market Revenue Estimates for Formal IES (2009-2012E)
Number of School Hold by Top Investors in K12 Segment (2009)
Actual and Projected Demand for Secondary Education (2002-2016E)
Number of Higher educational Institutions (2003-2009)
Enrolment growth in higher education (2004-2009)
Percentage Share of Non-Formal IES Segments (2009)
Revenue Estimates For Non-Formal IES by Segment (2009-2012E)
Number of Players Within Coaching Classes Segments (2009)
Revenue of Private Players in Coaching Classes Market (2009)
Estimated Growth in Vocational Training and Education (2008-2018E)
Global E-learning Market Size (2008-2010)
Estimated India E-learning Market Size For (2010-2012E)
Revenue Estimate for Multimedia Segment (2009 and 2012E)
Revenue Estimate for ICT in Public Schools (2009 and 2012E)
Broadband Penetration Market (2005-2010)
Revenue for Online Tutoring (2009 and 2012E)
US Students Coming to India (2007-2015E)
Percentage Contribution of Products and Services of Educomp for (2009)
Percentage of Drop out Rates by Level of Education (2009)
Per Capita GDP (2005-2010)
Per Capita Income (2005-2010)
Service Sector Revenues (2005-2010)
Indian IT-ITES Revenues (2008-2011E)
ICT School Implementation by Market Players in 2010
Revenues of Key player in ICT Segment (2010)
Everonn - Revenue and Net worth (2007-2010)
Educomp - Revenue and Net worth (2007-2010)
NIIT - Revenue and EBITDA (2007-2010)
Indian Education Market Forecast (2009–2013F)

List of Tables:

Distribution of Schools by Type (2009)
Total Number of Schools and Colleges in India (2009)
Indian Students Going to US (1996-2009)
Targets and Achievements of Schools
Schools without Basic Facilities
Schools Computer Facilities (2005-2007)
Competitors Valuation (2010-2012E)
Dependent & Independent Variables (2005– 2010)
Correlation Matrix
Model Summary – Coefficient of Determination
Regression Coefficients Output

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