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Services for the Education Sector

India's GDP has grown at a CAGR of ~ 8.5% over FY2003-08. A robust performance by the services sector, which has been clocking strong double-digit growth rates over the past few years, has been primarily responsible for the high GDP growth rates recorded. The manufacturing sector has also grown at a decent rate in excess of 6-7% annually. This fantastic growth rate has been achieved due to the humongous talent pool available in India, which is a subset of its entire population. The biggest asset of any country is its people. India has a population if 1.1 billion, the second-largest in the world. However, India's literacy rate is just 61% and it ranks a disappointing 172nd in the world on this front. Thus, there is a short supply of educated manpower in India. In fact, there is a huge requirement of talent in the fields of Construction, Hospitality, IT Services, Retail, and Financial Services to name a few. We believe India will have to significantly gear up its educational infrastructure to meet this demand.

 

Education is primarily handled by the government through its school infrastructure and large Union Budget outlays. The government is also looking at the private sector in its quest to further improve the quality of education through Public-Private Partnerships. The Union Budgets have continuously chalked out a higher allocation for the Education System, up to 20% annual increase to Rs. 34,400cr during FY2009-10. The current private education market of ~US$ 38 billion is expected to grow to ~US$ 108 billion in the next 10 years at 11%. Pre-schools, K-12 Schooling and Higher Education will together represent ~2/3rd of the market. Overall, we believe Budget allocations and high spending by the Indian middle class on education are expected to fuel growth of private education companies in India.


India’s Higher education system is the third largest in the world after the USA and China. The Indian Higher Education system has been growing substantially post-Independence. High level of investment in higher education was a political-economic decision, designed to create a self-reliant economy in terms of human capital requirements. As of 2009, India has 20 central universities, 215 state universities, 100 deemed universities, 5 institutions established and functioning under the State Act, and 13 institutes which are of national importance. Other institutions include 16000 colleges, including 1800 exclusive women's colleges, functioning under these universities and institutions. The country has a low GER of 11.3%, as compared to 25% in developed countries. 185,000+ Indian students spend ~US$ 4 billion annually on education abroad. The current enrolment in Higher Education stands at ~14 million expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.7%.


The Indian economy currently generates ~480 million jobs, of which 270 mn are in the agricultural sector, 65 mn in manufacturing and 145 mn in services. 90% of these jobs are ‘skill-based’ and require vocational training, but only 6% of the population receives any form of vocational training. There is a pronounced ‘skill gap’ both in terms of quality and quantity, due to an inadequate vocational and training infrastructure. Approximately 80 million jobs are expected to be created in India over the next 5 years, 75% of these new jobs will require vocational training.

 

In this changing scenario of knowledge and skill development in India, the CMA; Education specialists provide the following assistance in the K-12, Higher Education, Vocational Education and Skill Development segments :

 

Business Strategy & Market Assessment

  • Corporate Strategy/Organic Growth Strategy
  • Growth through Partnerships and JVs
  • Assessing Market Size ,Growth Rates and Competition
  • Mapping Consumer Behavior and Trends
  • Defining the Regulatory Framework

 



Defining the Business Model

  • Business Positioning and SWOT Analysis
  • Mapping Course Offerings andtheir Delivery
  • Defining the Operating Model and Marketing Strategy
  • Identifying Partnership Possibilities
  • Profitability projections and outlining capex and financial returns

 

Skill Mapping

  • Identifying skill gaps in the economy region-wise
  • Defining the business model and operational framework
  • Designing industry relevant curriculum
  • Project feasibility and marketing framework
  • Project implementation and co-ordination till operations begin

 

Faculty Outsourcing and Training

  • Establish your training needs
  • Organize in-house seminars training programs and interactive workshops
  • Post implementation evaluation
  • Source key faculty, trainers and teachers for your institution

 

Curriculum Design and Regulatory Compliances

  • Identifying specific curriculum needs
  • Formulating learning outcomes of the curriculum
  • Incorporating seminar/ workshops for practical exposition of concepts and theories
  • Designing the assessment details of each course
  • Compliance with Regulatory procedures and approvals

 

Assistance with Tie-Ups and Partnerships

  • Identifying existing regulatory framework applicable to different types of partnership.
  • Environment scan and partner search
  • Facilitating discussions with the potential partners
  • Assistance in signing of strategic MOU
  • Placement of investment strategy to Private Equity Funds and Banks
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    Start–Up Assistance
    Applying Indian market understanding and industry expertise to help setting up of business

    • Organization Design and Creation
    • Sourcing
    • Location Identification
    • Project Management

     

    Research Studies

    • Indian Education Trends
    • Demand-supply gap analysis in Tier II and Tier III cities based on primary research
    • Mapping current trends and patterns based on secondary research and analysis
    • Evaluating reach and target population benefitting from the services
    • Benchmarking of Best Practices

     

    Project Implementation
    Execution of project plan and study from inception to operational stage

    • Project Management
    • Recruitment of Key Staff and vendor selection
    • Market and promotional activity
    • Performance review
    • Technology support and systems


 

 

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