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Top Mid Cap 400 Comapnies in India

Top Mid Cap 400 Comapnies in India



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Mid Cap 400

The technical definition of Mid Cap in the Indian context is companies with market capitalization between Rs 150 - Rs 500 crores.

The Dalal Street Investment Journal’s annual compendium, “Mid Cap 400” is the only one of its kind resource and data publication that lists the BEST 400 companies in the Mid Cap segment ranking the companies based upon four universally accepted parameters of
1.) Market Capitalization
2.) Profit
3.) Sales Turnover
4.) Dividend Declared.
Mid Cap 400

The technical definition of Mid Cap in the Indian context is companies with market capitalization between Rs 150 - Rs 500 crores.

The Dalal Street Investment Journal’s annual compendium, “Mid Cap 400” is the only one of its kind resource and data publication that lists the BEST 400 companies in the Mid Cap segment ranking the companies based upon four universally accepted parameters of
1.) Market Capitalization
2.) Profit
3.) Sales Turnover
4.) Dividend Declared.

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Published by: mshilvant on Jul 17, 2008
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152Mid-Cap 400
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Editor’s desk
Unlocking The Growth Potential
 This is the
rst edition of 
 Mid Cap 400
after the thriving success of its previous two editions in the form of 
 Mid Cap 250
. After receiving thousands of feedback from our readers this year we are featuring 400Mid Cap companies in order to illustrate a better picture of Mid Capsegment. A lot has changed in the year gone by. More and more smallcap companies are joining mid cap segment while many mid cap com-panies graduated to large cap companies. It is not easy to track the realgrowth of these companies as most of the companies are driven by ambitions, meticulous planning and unprecedented hunger to achievethe vision of being a signi
cant part of new world order.Mid Cap companies are often known as the next Blue Chip compa-nies. The mid-cap segment of the stock market is, thus, being increas-ingly perceived as an attractive investment segment with high growthpotential. The determination to win, the craving to succeed and theurge to reach to the full potential are the keys that unlock the doors toexcellence for Indian companies. Most of the CEOs con
rm that suc-cess is not measured by the accomplishment but by the risks and chal-lenges encountered to achieve the success. To reach a greater height acompany needs to have fundamentally great depth.Responsible management is a powerful way to grow a company.CEOs must learn to how to carve success from failures. It is not whathappens to us, it is what we choose to do about what happens thatmakes the difference in how our lives turn out. Leadership is the chal-lenge to be something more than average. To understand the growth potential of a company, look not only at what the company has already achieved, but also at what it aspires to. Where the willingness is great, the dif 
culties cannot be great. A truecompany is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to beatothers. Competition is a by-product of productive work, not its goal.Most of the Mid Cap fund managers and analysts feel that Mid Capcompanies could under perform in the short term but eventually thefundamentally strong companies likely to deliver a superior perform-ance in the long-term and grow into a blue chip company. With Indianeconomy growing consistently around 9 per cent we will see more andmore of these companies graduating to Large Cap companies. All they need is a long term protean vision and hunger to perform globally  which I have seen in the most of CEOs whom I interviewed.Before signing off I would like to convey my sincere thanks toDeepak Jhangiani, Project Facilitator who provided valuable sugges-tions to fashion this book in an attractive manner. The contributionof art director Sachin Muley, graphic designer Vijay Gawale, Pankaj Wankhede, Sandesh Surve, Vipin, Satish and Umesh is highly appreci-ated to make the cover design, illustrations and content presentationeye catching and providing a different ambience. I also extend my grat-itude to SS Dhillon who worked relentlessly to make this project a suc-cessful endeavour. I also thank the space selling team Chirag Waghelain Mumbai, Anand Singh in Pune, Rakesh Bhat and Ashish Chopra inDelhi, Samuel Smiles in Hyderabad, NK Vishwanatha in Bangalore,Sumeet Roy in Kolkata and L Balaji & K Sundara Raman in Chennaiand all others who contributed to carve this magni
cent treasure trovecalled
 Mid Cap 400
for the investors.
Ravishankar Panda
Ravishankar Panda Sr AE
Copy Desk :
Reji John, Sr AE
Project Facilitator :
Deepak Jhangiani
Design and Layout :
Vijay Gawale,Pankaj Wankhede , Sandesh Surve, Vipin Bendale, Satish Shinde, Umesh
Art Director :
Sachin Muley
Production :
J T Sawant
Photographs :
Sameer Mangtani
SPACE MARKETING TEAMGeneral Manager Special Projects:
SS Dhillon
Senior Manager:
Sumeet Roy (Kolkata)
Chirag M Waghela (Mumbai)
NK Vishwanatha (Bangalore)
Sr. Manager:
Rakesh Bhat (Delhi)
Asst Manager:
 Ashish Chopra (Delhi)
Asst Manager:
 Anand Singh (Pune)
Asst Manager:
Samuel Smiles (Hyderabad)
K Sundara Raman (Chennai)
Deputy Manager:
L Balaji (Chennai)
Mumbai : Editorial : 66369459Marketing : 40629400 Subscription/ Circulation : 66369460. Fax : 22833063.Delhi : Tel: (011) 46032655Fax: 23357992Bangalore : (080) 41216803Fax : 51104244Hyderabad : (040) 40200338Fax : 040-27812724Kolkata : (033) 22102765/22421549Fax : 033-22103656While all efforts are made to ensure that theinformation published is correct and up-to-date, The company/publisher/editor holds noresponsibility for any errors that might occur. All material contained herein is though reli-able, are not infallible. The information given inthe Book is of an advisory nature. Readers areadvised to consult academicians before takingany decision and Publisher holds no responsi-bility for any losses that may arise due to careerdecisions made on the basis of informationgiven within the Book All rights reserved. No reproduction is permit-ted in whole or part without written consentfrom the publisher.Printed and published by Tarun Pal on behalfof Ramdeo Media Pvt. Ltd. printed at IndigoPress (I) Pvt. Ltd. off. Dadaji Konde Marg,Byculla (E), Mumbai -27 and Published fromMotlibai Wadia Building, 104-A, 1st Floor, 22D. S. A. Brelvi Road, Fort, Mumbai - 400 001
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Expanding Reach ThroughQuality Products & Services
PW President Systems is a market leader in the networkingenclosure systems. APW President is expanding its capacity and looking forward to grab the major chunk in thetelecom segment where it envisages a huge scope. The company is expanding its reach and looking for multifold growth in thenear future.
Elijah A Elias
Managing Director
of the company recounts the journey from the humble start to the present statusand share his future plans and strategies with
 Mid Cap 400 
Excerpts:Tell us about the journey called APW President.
The pedigree of APOW President goes back to 1976 when twoIIT Alumni decided quitting the job and venture into the business.They first sought such a business which requires less investmentand less paperwork like government permission, etc. They choseto set up enclosure manufacturing business. At that time it was avery small operation. Later on when we got success and decidedto expand our business we got advices from friends and well wishers that we should always have control on our business. In1996 we went for the joint venture with APW in order to expandour business infuse more money and get a global recognition of our products. So, we went public in 1996 offering 30 per centof equity to the investors. Though it was a worst possible to gopublic as 1996 was really not a time to go public. But, it wasa small size issue we got about 700 investors who bought ourissues and in that 200 were our own employees. After that we were traded rarely in the stock market. Initially, we didn’t qualify for BSE because of our issue size so we were listed with Pune andBangalore stock exchanges. Later on because of recommendationof Pune exchange we were transferred to BSE though there was notrade made except for one or two, between 1996 to 2005. Firstly our shares were allowed only for trading. The whole idea of goingto public was to get some valuation of our company and sharesspecially for those times when some promoters want to quit then we can do proper valuation of their holdings. But, till date it neverhappened. In brief we don’t enjoy being a public company because
MH Ashraff 
M D, Tata Coffee
APW President
operates in the four segments: Networking Enclosures; GeneralElectronics; Telecommunications; Special Products (Contract Manufacturing)along with it has marketing rights of Avocent’s KVM products
Elijah A Elias
MD, APW President

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