Educomp Solutions Ltd.

Company Analysis
  Fundamental Analysis Technical analysis

Vision
To solve critical education problems by applying innovative solutions focused on “Quality of Education” and “Access to Education”

Mission
To reach out to 20 million learners through our products, services and solutions, as well as to be amongst the top 5 education companies worldwide, by the year 2012 “Educomp Group reaches out to over 26,000 Schools and over 15 million learners and educators across the world.”

Overview of ICT Solution
Educomp participates in government initiatives in a ‘Public Private Partnership’ model to IT enable 1,000,000 government schools in India Educomp sets up Computer Labs in Govt. Schools and provides:    Multimedia Content in regional languages Testing and certification in computer education Full time assistants as well as teacher training Monitoring and Supervision

Overview of Professional Development programs
 Educomp conducts interactive workshops for teachers on Brain-based Instruction, Art of Questioning, Effective Strategies, and Assessment Toolkit & Group Learning Partnerships with Microsoft, Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, etc. for education initiatives Ongoing partnerships with 15 state governments in India 200+ member team of trainers

  

Pre-Schools – India’s largest Pre-School company
    First structured and process driven IP in the fragmented space for early childhood education (2 to 4 years) 224 pre-schools franchisee sign-ups till date catering to over 5000 kids Created pioneering IP of over 100,000 pages Roots-to-Wings has been awarded 'Emerging Franchisor of the Year 2008' for excellence in Franchising and Business Development, by Franchise India Holdings Ltd.

  

Eurokids: India’s leading chain of Pre-Schools 506 pre-schools franchisee sign-ups in the country catering to over 27,000 kids enrolled from age 2-4 28 owned pre-schools 14 Euroschools (K12 schools), operational on Franchise Basis Recipient of ‘Best Franchisor Award, 2008’ at “Franchise India 2008”

Creating core K2 Schools capacity

Financials
Mar '11 Mar '10 Mar '09 Mar '08 Mar '07

12 mths Operating Profit PBDIT Interest PBDT Depreciation Other Written Off Profit Before Tax Extra-ordinary items PBT (Post Extra-ord Items) Tax Reported Net Profit Total Value Addition Preference Dividend Equity Dividend Corporate Dividend Tax Per share data (annualised) Shares in issue (lakhs) Earning Per Share (Rs) Equity Dividend (%) Book Value (Rs) 505.10 537.68 68.72 468.96 41.11 0.00 427.85 8.49 436.34 47.44 388.87 515.56 0.00 5.76 0.00 955.44 40.70 30.00 168.16

12 mths 470.03 501.36 37.88 463.48 90.74 0.00 372.74 -0.92 371.82 149.96 221.87 362.18 0.00 26.20 4.39 950.15 23.35 137.50 127.28

12 mths 275.12 291.48 14.16 277.32 75.22 0.04 202.06 -4.61 197.45 65.86 131.59 226.05 0.00 4.33 0.74 172.86 76.12 25.00 221.61

12 mths 126.33 141.13 5.82 135.31 32.30 0.02 102.99 0.00 102.99 32.94 70.06 135.76 0.00 4.32 0.73 172.47 40.62 25.00 161.51

12 mths 51.29 56.36 1.99 54.37 9.39 0.02 44.96 -0.74 44.22 15.64 28.65 55.28 0.00 3.31 0.56 159.85 17.92 20.00 71.75

650.75 million in fiscal 2009).018. In fiscal 2010. In fiscal 2010.30 million in FY09. 2. registering a growth of 68. TheConsolidated Financial Statements bring out comprehensively the performance of the Educompgroup and are more relevant for understanding the overall performance of the group. Overview of the Financial performance summary (Standalone) The total revenues of Educomp aggregated Rs. prior period andminority interest aggregated Rs. 8.00 million in fiscal 2009.746.727. 4.38 in fiscal 2009) .FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE The financial performance of Educomp Solutions Limited (Educomp) as per Indian GAAP isdiscUS$ed in two parts: (i) Educomp (Standalone) which excludes the performance of subsidiaries of Educomp.15 million as compared to Rs.598.62 million in fiscal 2009). (ii) Educomp (Consolidated) which includes performance of subsidiaries of Educomp.23 infiscal 2009).66 million as against Rs.186.218.421. the Company's earnings per share (basic) was Rs.315.175.328.61%.57%.03 million in fiscal 2010 (Rs2.99 (Rs 15. 6.63%. the total consolidated revenues of Educomp Solutions Limited aggregatedRs 11.94 million in fiscal 2009).21 million (Rs2. In fiscal 2010.758. the Company's consolidated profit after taxes.83 (Rs15.88 million in fiscal 2009. the Company's consolidated earnings per share (basic) were Rs. In fiscal 2010. registering agrowth of 76. 23. The consolidated profit before taxes aggregated Rs. 1. up by 68. 3.64 million (Rs 1. the Company's profit after taxes and prior period aggregated Rs2. In fiscal 2010. 29.12 million in FY10 as compared to Rs5. Overview of the Financial performance summary (consolidated) In fiscal 2010. the Company's profit before taxes aggregated Rs.

00 287.90 18.) 3.87 49.297.80 123.74 43.90 107.05 742.94 655.05 378.65 94. (Rs.74 1.13 165.23 0.22 7. cr.12 Sales Turnover 14.Competition Name Last Price Market Cap.23 169.77 522.50 126.95 14.27 265.40 .765.26 1.65 264.05 491.63 2.26 1.55 Net Profit Total Assets CORE Education Educomp Sol NIIT Everonn Edu Tree House Edu Aptech Career Point Zee Learn Edserv Softsyst Prithvi Softech Software Tech 279.40 7.18 119.37 1.10 2.47 793.543.76 614.88 27.42 4.93 6.020.00 666.10 194.97 26.22 78.95 4.70 388.70 93.121.85 41.39 273.32 222.66 648.97 8.90 48.01 210.39 11.62 43.28 725.

42 0.09 1.71 1.Key Financial Ratios of Educomp Solutions Mar '11 Investment Valuation Ratios Face Value Dividend Per Share Operating Profit Per Share (Rs) Net Operating Profit Per Share (Rs) Profitability Ratios Operating Profit Margin(%) Profit Before Interest And Tax Margin(%) Gross Profit Margin(%) Liquidity And Solvency Ratios Current Ratio Quick Ratio Debt Equity Ratio Long Term Debt Equity Ratio Debt Coverage Ratios Interest Cover Total Debt to Owners Fund Management Efficiency Ratios Inventory Turnover Ratio Debtors Turnover Ratio Mar '10 Mar '09 Mar '08 Mar '07 2.57 54.47 2.45 56.38 2.00 32.26 39.25 151.50 159.00 2.49 17.40 2.15 289.88 3.88 48.49 45.00 2.23 3.12 37.36 49.48 44.67 49.84 2.63 185.50 73.47 44.18 4.64 0.32 1.00 2.09 28.79 3.92 10.24 2.09 66.00 0.49 0.36 25.36 1.59 10.81 1.68 0.32 35.89 39.47 87.42 10.51 3.87 106.60 52.97 10.83 2.25 3.29 1.17 17.02 9.39 1.10 0.58 2.75 49.86 .40 1.24 45.70 5.78 0.44 1.00 2.87 48.20 34.42 1.28 3.02 28.24 35.20 34.

00 Gain in % 3.25 548.05 325. in terms of appreciation Period One Week Two Week One Month Three Month Six Month One Year Period Old Price 256.66 -18.53 -39.867 280.9 Price Gain 8.267 Intra Day support & resistance Only Valid for 04/11/2011 Performance of Educomp Solutions Ltd.35 284.833 286.43 Support Support1 Support2 Support3 Price 259.65 252.88% 272.15 437.25 172.9 -7.25 12.75 1778010.SOFTWARE 264.Support Resistance Pivot Point .mpeneral Information Name Sector Current Price Price Change Previous Close Average Volume Nse Code Bse Code Part of Index BSE Part of Index NSE Futures and options Educomp Solutions Ltd.10 7.033 246.85 18.21 5.05 246.0 EDUCOMP 532696 BSE 100 Nifty Junior Yes More F&O Shares Pivot Point .85 -60.067 Resistance Resistance1 Resistance2 Resistance3 Price 272.467 254.42 -51.74 .85 / -2. COMPUTERS .267.

.Candlestick Chart of Educomp Solutions Ltd.

GVK POWER & INFRASTRUCTURE LTD .

.

660 MW – ASSETS UNDER DEVELOPMENT GVK Industries Ltd (Phase 1 & 2) HIGHLIGHTS Phase 1: • PLF for Q3 FY 2011 – 80% as compared to 90% in Q3 FY 2010 • 373 Mn units sold in Q3 FY 2011 as compared to 432 Mn units in Q3 FY 2010 Phase 2: • PLF for Q3 FY 2011 – 80% as against 97% in Q3 FY2010 • 379 Mn units sold in Q3 FY 2011 as compared to 458 Mn units in Q3 FY 2010 .ENERGY 901 MW – OPERATIONAL ASSETS 870 MW – ASSETS UNDER CONSTRUCTION 2.

MANAGING & DEVELOPING TWO OF INDIA’S LARGEST AIRPORTS – MUMBAI & BENGALURU . TG Foundation and Coal Handling Area • BTG contract awarded to BHEL and BOP contract awarded to Punj Lloyd • Coal to be sourced from captive mines (Tokisud & Seregarha) in Jharkhand • Coal Transportation Agreement signed with Indian Railways AIRPORTS OPERATING. ESP area. site grading work and approach roads work completed • Work in progress at Boiler area.677.075 acres of land acquired at a cost of ` 1.Gautami Power Ltd HIGHLIGHTS • PLF for Q3 FY 2011 –79% as compared to 81% in Q3 FY 2010 • 780 Mn units sold in Q3 FY 2011 as compared to 807 Mn units in Q3 FY 2010 Alaknanda Hydro Power Ltd HIGHLIGHTS • 12% of output to be given free to Uttarakhand State • Project being evaluated for carbon credits • 99% of excavation in forebay area completed & 99% of concreting completed • Excavation on right & left flanks of dam completed • 99% of excavation in desilting basin completed • 48% of concreting in power channel area completed • Lining of tunnel has commenced in forebay GVK Power Goindwal Sahib Ltd HIGHLIGHTS • 1. Power House Building.5 Mn • Compound wall construction.

Mumbai International Airport Ltd .

Bangalore International Airport Ltd .

22 Sep.5 Mil during previous year Lower Tax Expense Deoli-Kota Expressway Ltd HIGHLIGHTS • Project consists of 4-laning the current 2 lane road • Project is on NH-12 (Jaipur to Jabalpur) in the state of Rajasthan • Current daily traffic is estimated to be approximately 22.91 Mar.TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPED & MANAGING INDIA’S FIRST SUCCESSFUL 6 LANE ROAD PROJECT – JAIPUR KISHANGARH EXPRESSWAY AWARDED A 4 LANE BOT – DEOLI KOTA EXPRESSWAY Jaipur-Kishangarh Expressway Ltd HIGHLIGHTS • Increase in Toll Revenue due to: 10% increase in toll rates from 1st July 2010 • Increase in PAT due to: Major Maintenance Expenditure 1st Periodic overlay 37.45 Mar. 11 .36 Mar. 11 1 22.000 PCUs • Freight traffic currently accounts for 80% of traffic Attribute PE ratio EPS (Rs) Sales (Rs crore) Face Value (Rs) Net profit margin (%) Last bonus Last dividend (%) Return on average equity Value Date 32. 11 6.085. 11 1:1 18/06/10 445 20/05/11 31.29 01/11/11 6.

00 0.64 8.15 0.21 -0.11 76.00 73.79 68.00 0.00 12.31 38.23 30.43 21.34 14.14 0.70 6.13 26.00 15.49 0.03 0.01 0.50 31.29 35.39 0.00 26.00 17.00 15.00 99.61 12 mths 10.41 13.01 41.792.79 105.69 27.65 .792.08 0.59 51.47 0.058.Financials Operating Profit PBDIT Interest PBDT Depreciation Other Written Off Profit Before Tax Extra-ordinary items PBT (Post Extra-ord Items) Tax Reported Net Profit Total Value Addition Preference Dividend Equity Dividend Corporate Dividend Tax Per share data (annualised) Shares in issue (lakhs) Earning Per Share (Rs) Equity Dividend (%) Book Value (Rs) Mar '11 Mar '10 Mar '09 Mar '08 12 mths 7.08 4.23 73.22 0.00 31.10 0.40 39.17 0.22 Key Financial Ratios of GVK Power & Infrastructure Mar '11 Profitability Ratios Operating Profit Margin(%) Profit Before Interest And Tax Margin(%) Gross Profit Margin(%) Cash Profit Margin(%) Mar '10 Mar '09 Mar '08 Mar '07 17.79 90.00 16.77 0.00 0.21 0.00 0.24 0.00 0.00 15.49 0.55 88.89 17.95 73.35 0.39 0.17 9.058.00 0.20 0.65 16.22 34.42 21.12 8.40 32.00 0.43 0.00 12.89 1.78 25.00 14.00 0.46 -24.05 12 mths 19.11 ----- 51.49 99.15 11.44 99.06 36.10 0.43 4.00 14.33 32.37 12 mths 13.23 26.35 -1.04 0.64 0.31 -0.34 41.

27 23.874.73 -9.52 268.) 146.26 2.166.77 15.38 6.229.04 223.756.298.153.Liquidity And Solvency Ratios Current Ratio Quick Ratio Debt Equity Ratio Long Term Debt Equity Ratio Debt Coverage Ratios Interest Cover Total Debt to Owners Fund Management Efficiency Ratios Inventory Turnover Ratio Debtors Turnover Ratio 246.04 38.70 -7.851.70 81.15 17.44 30.572.89 1.18 18.178.10 104.11 39.696.73 25.99 266.95 105. cr.90 13.75 1.30 9.72 48.40 85.89 2.04 268.33 111.38 0.36 62.78 Sales Turnover 54.72 -9.00 8.668.599.96 1.23 -4.04 222.25 36.43 3.00 Competition Name Last Price Market Cap.55 970.04 --- 16.01 523.102.682.62 0.90 --- 266.195.75 --- 0.82 27.70 4.012.36 2.225.106.83 246.62 18.639.59 2.67 274.57 .949.00 -15.388.28 -- 1.50 98.10 24. (Rs.04 0.136.450.08 Net Profit Total Assets NTPC Power Grid Corp NHPC Reliance Power Tata Power Adani Power Neyveli Lignite 178.04 0.74 0.00 0.092.00 -- 0.

68 3.310.61 1.85 13.116.065.87 111.551.67 2.40 489.93 6.514.30 980.74 1.843.88 3.56 840.429.82 4.635.29 -3.02 45.63 17.636.21 -41.91 47.00 0.80 7.585.91 1.913.089.75 36.776.195.82 8.478.05 13.46 2.63 63.85 1.235.829.48 17.93 159.13 161.30 645.74 810.00 9.25 22.50 488.207.58 9.46 2.15 193.846.812.Reliance Infra Torrent Power Jaiprakash Pow SJVN JSW Energy KSK Energy Vent CESC IndiaBPower GVK Power BF Utilities Guj Ind Power DPSC Orient Green Entegra Energy Dev Indowind Energy Bil Energy 465.14 912.20 51.24 0.40 101.44 11.92 4.67 3.494.183.15 306.35 275.45 11.02 .901.834.45 3.01 2.95 229.13 885.45 40.470.65 77.66 68.15 12.080.70 - 21.81 10.61 33.74 9.35 79.31 8.861.61 3.45 162.33 107.959.60 8.65 60.95 5.46 1.74 9.83 8.277.65 230.16 2.41 6.559.940.75 41.27 1.31 - 1.14 1.80 16.72 165.

85 -9.3 -0.15 Intra Day support & resistance Only Valid for 04/11/2011 Performance of GVK Power & Infrastructures Ltd.40 Support Support1 Support2 Support3 Price 13.3 8998750.7 -30.36 One Year 43.05 -23.34 .30 -69. POWER 13.15 12.94 Two Week 14.29 One Month 15.90 -6.95 -0.75% 13.10 / 0.9 12.45 -4.9 14.55 Three Month 17.10 -13.5 -2.4 0.13.45 -41.65 13. in terms of appreciation Period Period Old Price Price Gain Gain in % One Week 13.Support Resistance Pivot Point .General Information Name Sector Current Price Price Change Previous Close Average Volume Nse Code Bse Code Part of Index BSE Part of Index NSE Futures and options GVK Power & Infrastructures Ltd.65 Resistance Resistance1 Resistance2 Resistance3 Price 13.0 GVKPIL 532708 BSE Midcap Nifty Midcap 50 Yes More F&O Shares Pivot Point .21 Six Month 22.55 -3.

Candlestick Chart of GVK Power & Infrastructures Ltd. .

Latest research findings published in the Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) show that cigarettes are the least popular form of tobacco consumption in India . These trends augur well for the nation and could provide enormous opportunities for private enterprise and sustaining the growth trajectory.only 5. Studies indicate a near tripling of household disposable incomes and a burgeoning middle-class which will comprise over 40% of India’s population. Per capita consumption of cigarettes in India is among the lowest in the world while tax per 1000 cigarettes as a percentage of per capita GDP is one of the highest.7% of all adults smoke cigarettes while almost 35% adults consume tobacco. .ITC FAST MOVING CONSUMER GOODS India is expected to be the third largest economy by 2050.

. The Personal Care Product business continues to receive accolades for its product innovation initiatives.1% growth in the non-cigarette FMCG businesses.6% growth in the Hotels segment. Net Turnover at ` 21167. Education & Stationery Products The Education & Stationery Products business recorded an impressive sales growth powered by brand ‘Classmate’ which continued to consolidate its leadership position in student notebooks. 22. It is an essential prerequisite of rural development that markets are co-created with local communities and in a constructive public-private-people partnership.58 crores grew by 16.Unique business models like the ITC e-Choupal can supplement the efforts of the government in creating societal value and enhancing societal capital. namely ‘Fiama Di Wills Aqua Pulse’ shower gel. Last year the ‘Fiama Di Wills’ gel bathing bar was voted the ‘Product of the Year’ in the soap category and this year three of its products. Branded Packaged Foods Your Company’s Branded Packaged Foods business continued to expand rapidly with sales recording an impressive growth of 25% over the previous year.9% growth in Agri business and 17.6% primarily driven by a 23. ‘Vivel Active Fair’ skin cream and ‘Vivel Deo Spirit’ soap. have been voted ‘Product of the Year’.

Shareholding Pattern as on 31st March. deep understanding of customer and farmer needs. Cigarette Leaf Tobacco Your Company with its unmatched R&D capability. state-of-the-art facilities. ITC’s Lifestyle Retailing business received several industry recognitions. unique crop development and extension expertise. including ‘Retailer of the year – Fashion & Lifestyle’ and ‘Best Retail Marketing Campaign of the Year’ at the Asia Retail Congress 2011 and ‘Winner – Customer & Brand Loyalty’ at the Loyalty Awards 2011. demand expansion in rural markets. is well poised to leverage emerging opportunities for Indian leaf tobacco. are expected to augur well for the paperboard industry. rising demand for branded and packaged products supported by growth in organised retail and differentiated packaging. 2011 ITC Share Price vis-à-vis S&P CNX Nifty . Paperboards & Specialty Papers The continued growth of the Indian economy coupled with favourable demographics.Lifestyle Retailing During the year.

ITC Share Price & Volume traded on NSE Financial Highlights .

.

.

1 7 81.0 3 7.9 7 3.1 5 4.846.300.00 4.5 9 3.00 7.3 8 48.022.3 7 90.61 4.5 8 549.7 4.6 1 5.5 8 117.0 2 5.65 5.449.263.9 1 4.619.0 3 1.199.965.132.978.240.94 3.061.832.502.283.3 2 6.00 4.896.0 0 4.0 7 2.348.6 9 4.21 7.629.4 3 4.027.0 4 438.480.0 9 362.982.1 0 3.28 6.0 6.587.46 0.1 7 61.99 0.275.41 4.922.52 4.287.71 0.92 0.65 6.0 9 608.2 3 47.1 1 1.4 .1 3 16.263.1 3 3.9 4.6 9 35.829.Financials Mar '11 Mar '10 12 mths Mar '09 12 mths Mar '08 12 mths Mar '07 12 mths 12 mths Operating Profit PBDIT Interest PBDT Depreciation Other Written Off Profit Before Tax Extra-ordinary items PBT (Post Extra-ord Items) Tax Reported Net Profit Total Value Addition 7.299.9 0 2.9 7 2.41 0.00 3.699.987.6 5 24.307.565.751.965.1 4.9 9 1.11 7.6 9 1.6 8 655.806.920.04 4.941.00 5.677.7 9 78.974.120.

15 3 0.319.5 3 237.166.69 37.59 Key Financial Ratios of ITC Mar '11 Profitability Ratios Operating Profit Margin(%) Profit Before Interest And Tax Margin(%) Gross Profit Margin(%) 34.1 8 634.00 20.02 28.181.50 28.00 1.17 0 0. 77 10.97 29.396. 23 7.44 32.21 38.05 30.00 3.64 1. 44 6.55 0.0 1 224.2 9 198.08 30.0 0 36.74 32.65 370.4 7 558.000.9 Preference Dividend Equity Dividend Corporate Dividend Tax Per share data (annualised) Shares in issue (lakhs) Earning Per Share (Rs) Equity Dividend (%) Book Value (Rs) 77.00 31.97 33.686.37 29.18 310.85 37.05 Mar '10 Mar '09 Mar '08 Mar '07 .622. 10 8.00 1.00 27.17 31.381.443.51 28. 00 8.00 36.34 2 0.00 3.818.744.86 34.57 27.24 37.28 350.00 1.45 445.84 28.62 0 0.

92 0.51 3.42 0.36 0.50 0.18 27.61 16.67 0.02 0.97 0.92 0.59 Competition Name Last Price Market Cap.55 10.31 6.58 Net Profit Total Assets ITC 210.Cash Profit Margin(%) Liquidity And Solvency Ratios Current Ratio Quick Ratio Debt Equity Ratio Long Term Debt Equity Ratio Debt Coverage Ratios Interest Cover Total Debt to Owners Fund Management Efficiency Ratios Inventory Turnover Ratio Debtors Turnover Ratio Investments Turnover Ratio 25.28 31.45 20.05 Earnings Per Share Book Value 6. cr.51 20.01 168.61 0.01 0.32 5.46 0.65 36.02 456.01 1.04 24.01 123.20 163.) Sales Turnover 21.79 6.05 23.91 6.69 8.01 258.02 0.47 .052.39 0.64 36.987.76 20.02 6.01 1.01 0.26 21.488.01 1.28 1.01 82.30 0.85 7.01 0.61 4.08 0.22 23.33 0.167.56 0.98 24.58 0.05 6.43 5.01 0. (Rs.24 8.17 23.45 24.04 5.26 5.

631.01 61.53 .57 1.87 100.03 95.61 -33.88 1.32 323.350.77 264.930.37 1.015.44 686.05 488.57 166.Godfrey Phillip VST Kothari Product Golden Tobacco 3.85 1.95 584.35 57.26 152.587.92 93.250.449.42 1.00 3.

333 212.85 3.41% 209.733 Resistance Resistance1 Resistance2 Resistance3 Price 211.15 2.67 Support Support1 Support2 Support3 Price 208. CIGARETTES 210.533 206.209.65 19.40 Two Week 205.85 -0.50 One Year 175.55 34.0 ITC 500875 BSE 30 Nifty 50 Yes More F&O Shares Pivot Point .35 15.35 12.85 23.74 .133 Performance of I T C Ltd.85 8.62 Six Month 186.35 1.467 214.2 0. in terms of appreciation Period Period Old Price Price Gain Gain in % One Week 211.51 One Month 194.Support Resistance Pivot Point .General Information Name Sector Current Price Price Change Previous Close Average Volume Nse Code Bse Code Part of Index BSE Part of Index NSE Futures and options I T C Ltd.05 5.35 7747800.05 -0.867 205.85 / 0.16 Three Month 206.

.Candlestick Chart of ITC Ltd.

excluding the one-time sale of the I-pill brand last year. Besides. as the development stage of several projects reached completion and the products have either been commercially launched or will be launched by the Company’s partners. Profi t after tax for the year was `960 crorecompared to `1081 crore last year. Domestic turnover rose by 12 per cent while export income went up by 16 per cent. there was a dip in operating margins of about 3 per cent. This year. This was mainly due to lower technical fees (`60 crore compared to `150 crore last year). Another major reason for the decline is that the Indore SEZ factory is in its fi rst year of operations and is still to reach its optimum capacity levels. the Company’s total income from operations increased by 12 per cent.Cipla Performance Review During the year under review. as a percentage of total revenue. the Rupee has appreciated compared to the US dollar which has in turn reduced earnings by about 4 per cent. .

almost 55 per cent of the total income originated from international markets. The Company’s venture on biotechnology products is making signifi cant progress and the regulatory process is underway. The Company continues to forge partnerships and alliances with large generic pharmaceutical companies for product development and supply in developed markets. off er significant growth opportunities for the Company. which are being introduced every year. The Company is in the process of consolidating and rationalising its international business and strategies are being reviewed to optimize value for its technology and product range. As a result. oncology and neuropsychiatry. International Markets Cipla’s international business continues to be a major revenue driver for the Company. Cipla is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in India. New technology and new products.Opportunities Domestic Markets According to ORG IMS. . During the year under review. Cipla contributed signifi cant net foreign exchange earnings to the tune of USD 420 million. It is today the largest single supplier of HIV and anti-malarial drugs in the world in terms of volume. including dosage forms. The Company is giving a renewed focus to two therapeutic segments namely. Cipla continues its humanitarian mission of making affordable medicines available to the entire world. Cipla is increasing its focus in various segments to meet the growing market needs in the future.

Madhya Pradesh. Raltegravir and Rilpivirine and will continue to pursue the in-licensing route to bring the latest products to the Indian consumers at aff ordable prices. The European Union government is pushing for Trips Plus provisions and dilution of the Patents Act through bilateral agreements. The Government of India must also clearly spell out its policy on how it plans to control the prices of patented products which enjoys a monopoly. post grant. Taking advantage of the new patents regime.Threats. Risks. A number of these products have been launched at exorbitant prices. As anticipated. In the light of these threats. has been successful in challenging a number of patent applications at diff erent stages in the grant process. appellate board and at the level of the judicial courts. Concerns Patents The Company is currently involved in a number of patent litigations at the pre grant. Cipla. Cipla has sought a voluntary license on anti-HIV drugs. Manufacturing Facilities In April 2010. the number of patent litigations has gone up dramatically post Patents Amendment Act. so far. the Company commenced commercial production of pharmaceutical formulations at the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) project. There is a lot of uncertainty with regard to the government’s position on these two vital issues. the Company is witnessing an increase in the number of patented products being launched in India by multinational companies. The government is yet to decide conclusively on the issues of Data Exclusivity and Data Protection which are both “Trips Plus” measures. at Indore. not only to protect the interest of the Company but also of the Indian patients. Cipla is continuously fi ghting these issues on various fronts. This project includes facilities for . 2005 and more so because companies are fi ling frivolous patent applications and multiple applications with almost identical claims. India is considered the pharmaceutical hub of the world and the Government of India must try to preserve and promote the Indian industry in every which way. The Appellate Board is saddled with a huge backlog of pending cases.

respules. . The total investment for this project is about `900 crore. The Company is setting up API facilities at Bengaluru and Kurkumbh. tablets and capsules. eye drops. pre-fi lled syringes (PFS).the manufacture of aerosols. large volume parenterals (LVP). liquid orals. The total investment for these projects is about 400 crore. It is also upgrading the API facilities at Patalganga. nasal sprays.

In addition. Total foreign exchange used and earned: During the year. initiative taken to increase exports. Exports constituted more than 50 per cent of total turnover. development of new export markets for products and services and export plans: Exports sales were `3361 crore for the fi nancial year 2010-11. Details of the same have been given in Notes 12 to 14 in Schedule S to the Accounts. . The Company continues to leverage on its strategic marketing alliances and partnerships in more than 170 countries. the Company earned `55 crore towards technical know-how/fees.FOREIGN EXCHANGE EARNINGS AND OUTGO Activities relating to exports. the foreign exchange outgo was `1562 crore and the earnings in foreign exchange was `3418 crore .

.

35 103.46 26.31 124.89 0.46 26.00 1.09 11.04 130.00 901.30 1.58 26.09 18.380.151.00 155.87 0.39 191.00 838.33 52.324.12 10.10 151.90 1.03 954.84 1.16 911.00 807.25 228.79 0.077.00 1.81 1.87 1.51 11.42 Mar '07 12 mths 821.00 901.32 1.99 243.053.95 668.00 807.244.17 987.00 155.64 28.31 0.98 139.50 1.46 26.478.151.00 155.313.281.00 1.39 0.081.230.37 0.50 776.01 0.00 224.36 0.00 960.105.68 0.83 922.67 Mar '09 12 mths 1.589.42 .39 2.93 701.93 1.Financials Mar '11 12 mths Operating Profit PBDIT Interest PBDT Depreciation Other Written Off Profit Before Tax Extra-ordinary items PBT (Post Extra-ord Items) Tax Reported Net Profit Total Value Addition Preference Dividend Equity Dividend Corporate Dividend Tax Per share data (annualised) 1.43 1.98 0.36 136.00 160.391.49 1.34 165.721.81 36.72 Mar '10 12 mths 1.00 838.42 Mar '08 12 mths 852.506.05 969.54 0.380.31 0.23 1.25 0.86 0.

80 15.27 16.91 9.00 16.47 100.45 2.52 20.27 0.62 1.40 0.24 23.22 67.772.07 20.00 2.21 11.96 78.96 140.41 16.00 48.00 10.07 19.91 8.65 1.68 22.00 2.00 82.57 -- 1.57 45.88 0.21 13.34 2.81 1.96 54.56 0.29 2.07 1.00 10.029.22 2.16 18.20 7.02 67.84 0.04 .79 20.08 0.00 73.00 2.00 2.88 26.00 55.92 0.27 16.15 2.80 24.99 100.00 41.63 21.65 17.52 Key Financial Ratios of Cipla Mar '11 Investment Valuation Ratios Face Value Dividend Per Share Operating Profit Per Share (Rs) Net Operating Profit Per Share (Rs) Profitability Ratios Operating Profit Margin(%) Profit Before Interest And Tax Margin(%) Gross Profit Margin(%) Return on Long Term Funds(%) Liquidity And Solvency Ratios Current Ratio Quick Ratio Debt Equity Ratio Debt Coverage Ratios Interest Cover Total Debt to Owners Fund 222.78 20.83 24.00 35.94 1.00 2.02 100.04 57.16 23.17 1.32 21.70 Mar '10 Mar '09 Mar '08 Mar '07 2.93 0.86 7.59 100.82 2.55 7.00 17.20 69.Shares in issue (lakhs) Earning Per Share (Rs) Equity Dividend (%) Book Value (Rs) 8.76 0.90 17.25 8.27 23.91 9.15 112.029.772.772.08 2.

20 1.62 1.935.47 3.615.481.21 Sales Turnover 1.35 1.24 3.22 703.518.55 210.48 57.146.206.45 481.07 6.69 610.93 305.00 63.50 146.75 159.73 4.465.70 3.95 9.68 27.32 1.60 292.30 1.814.74 3.91 108.00 7.50 Total Assets 6.00 17.28 432.90 504.83 764.129.090.227.388.73 4.98 1.94 6.45 127.71 3.31 967.29 708.292.34 4.85 378.31 4.702.00 1.43 2.135.88 1.12 5.21 148.12 809.054.933.73 563.47 .50 5.691.15 91.10 2.393. cr.79 3.672.76 21.00 83.919.06 7.77 1.214.10 2.719.15 Market Cap.690.289.148.25 1.90 3.00 761.95 266.79 3.350.383.627.653.123.84 4.38 255.79 614.17 5.94 -8.979.19 1.295.90 1.519.731.44 21.584.95 58.63 60.93 15.55 2.249.83 3.344.96 2.881.018.19 2.11 1.38 11.74 Competition Name Sun Pharma Dr Reddys Labs Cipla Lupin Ranbaxy Labs GlaxoSmithKline Cadila Health Ipca Labs Jubilant Life Abbott India Sun Pharma Adv Sterling Bio FDC Orchid Chemical Plethico Pharma Unichem Labs Last Price 510.08 1.37 279.508.148.18 3.81 3.280.600.07 1.00 1.18 3. (Rs.80 893.70 23.95 183.74 Net Profit 1.14 3.668.Management Efficiency Ratios Inventory Turnover Ratio Debtors Turnover Ratio Investments Turnover Ratio 3.83 3.) 52.

22 310.57 323.51 433.00 99.43 357.638.92 17.90 -61.36 9.15 92.33 240.10 1.85 1.40 16.55 15.76 8.33 0.608.05 18.26 23.57 192.60 8.46 10.07 311.51 253.18 87.27 183.04 .86 106.88 3.90 634.90 27.40 49.06 8.00 22.54 360.30 201.88 104.62 381.62 242.Merck Ind-Swift Labs Shasun Pharma Surya Pharma Vivimed Labs Parenteral Drug Alembic Piramal Life Parabolic Drugs Amrutanjan Heal Suven Life Scie Venus Remedies SMS Pharma Bal Pharma Country Condos Mangalam Drugs Alpa Laboratori KDL Biotech Panchsheel Org 663.09 0.87 7.23 200.39 237.67 10.26 390.98 52.99 15.35 275.10 397.22 279.10 66.41 150.21 567.30 776.60 38.19 1.62 4.44 407.42 1.100.53 21.031.25 190.06 94.42 1.70 34.52 0.90 -142.94 8.35 1.42 346.41 129.45 2.58 512.05 235.27 224.399.48 63.24 16.79 277.22 116.34 17.55 17.85 103.37 195.75 13.10 172.40 4.25 2.24 20.76 94.85 26.59 172.00 98.92 588.33 853.88 131.86 -12.36 82.

35 6.70 2.3 -22. in terms of appreciation Period Period Old Price Price Gain Gain in % One Week 288.067 295.General Information Name Sector Current Price Price Change Previous Close Average Volume Nse Code Bse Code Part of Index BSE Part of Index NSE Futures and options Cipla Ltd.317 285.10 Six Month 310.25 -56.78 One Month 284.3 -19.85 1402300.05 1.41% 289.567 Resistance Resistance1 Resistance2 Resistance3 Price 293.25 -6.8 2.18 .083 297.290.55 0.33 Support Support1 Support2 Support3 Price 288.25 0.5 2.20 One Year 347.20 -16.583 283.Support Resistance Pivot Point .36 Three Month 313.88 Two Week 288.817 Intra Day support & resistance Only Valid for 04/11/2011 Performance of Cipla Ltd. PHARMACEUTICALS 291.20 / 0.25 -7.0 CIPLA 500087 BSE 30 Nifty 50 Yes More F&O Shares Pivot Point .

.Candlestick Chart of Cipla Ltd.

ft. 21. Taxes and Amortization (PBIDTA) amounted to Rs.Infosys Business Our total income increased to Rs.8% during the previous year. The net profit for the previous year includes income from sale of investments in OnMobile Systems Inc.1% of revenue) as against Rs. 6.7% from Europe and 10.385 crore from Rs. The onsite person-months comprised 26. of physical infrastructure space. We.9% of our revenues during the current year and previous year respectively.1% during the previous year. 5.. Our customer. ft. The share of the fixed-price component of the business was 42. 11. 269 crore to Rs.5% of the total billed efforts.centric approach has resulted in high levels of client satisfaction. 2010 respectively.25.414 crore (33.1%.8% from Rs.8% of revenue) as against Rs. at a growth rate of 20. added 139 new clients. along with our subsidiaries. Theonsite revenues increased from 48.7% in the previous year to 50. 24. Our revenues from India have increased from Rs. The total available space now stands at 276. with a growth rate of 120. of Rs. 7. Depreciation.2% in the current year.4% of revenue) as against Rs. up by 18. General and administration expenses were 5.803 crore (27.140 crore in the previous year. 2011 was 64 as compared to 65 in the previous year. We derived 98% of our revenues from repeat business. Further.S. We seek long-term partnerships with our clients that enhance their value while addressing their IT requirements. The Profit Before Interest. 28 fifty-million-dollar clients (26 in the previous year).7% from the Rest of the World. compared to 26. 594 crore.360 crore (34. Out of the total revenue 66. The total client base at the end of the year stood at 620.791 crore.2% came from North America. Sales and marketing costs were 4. Our software export revenues aggregated to Rs.6% of our revenue for the years ended March 31. The number of marketing offices as at March 31. 9. including a substantial number of large global corporations. and 11 hundred-million-dollar clients (6 in the previous year).443 crore (25. Our gross profit amounted to Rs. we added 19. 20. During the year.118 crore (43. 187 five-million-dollar clients (159 in the previous year). U.8% and 5.3% of revenue) in the previous year..86 lakh sq. 126 ten-million-dollar clients (97 in the previous year).581 crore (45.8% of revenue) in the previous year. net of taxes and transaction costs.8% and 4.1%.63 lakh sq. 2011 and March 31.871 crore in the previous year.5% of revenue) in the previous year. compared to 40. 8. 20. The net profit after tax was Rs. .8% which is higher than that of the other regions. we have 366 million-dollar clients (338 in the previous year). 48 crore.

The new structure will also significantly expand our global market and provide opportunities for the next generation of leaders. During the previous year. 787 crore to our gross block. Utilities. 646 crore was due . we have regrouped our existing industry units globally into the following groups : . It will help us to sharpen our industry vertical focus. Capital expenditure During the year.Manufacturing . strengthen our strategic partnerships with our clients and evolve our business model. 1. Logistics and Life Sciences This transition will enable us to increase our client relevance.Building Tomorrows Enterprise During the year. This comprised of Rs. Consumer Packaged Goods. 251 crore for investment in computer equipment.764 crore was due to infrastructure investment along with Rs.Financial Services and Insurance . 2 crore on vehicles. operational and innovation priorities and helping them build their enterprise of the future. we have made organizational changes towards creating Infosys 3. which was due to the movement in land from leasehold to freehold to our gross block. 140 crore for investment in computer equipment. we formally launched our new corporate strategy. allow us to invest in capabilities to deliver higher business value and align our innovation agenda with that of our clients. Delhi and Mangalore. The balance of Rs.Energy. To further our transition towards business-led consulting combined with innovative products and solutions.017 crore excluding Rs.Retail. Communications and Services . The balance of Rs. This comprises of Rs. 225 crore to acquire 267 acres of land in Bangalore.0 – a truly global enterprise partner for our clients to drive their transformational. we capitalized Rs. Building Tomorrows Enterprise to showcase our plan for leading the services industry into the new era as the next generation global consulting and services company. We invested Rs. In our journey to increase our client relevance and sustain industry leadership. 3 crore. we capitalized Rs.

327.00 2.192 to 57.00 1.00 546.00 -1. As at March 31.00 -5.00 Mar '07 12 mths 4.51.408. 43 crore to acquire 161 acres of land in Hyderabad.00 8.562. certificates of deposits and liquid mutual funds.38. investment in subsidiaries and dividend payments.00 1.00 694.00 7. the outstanding issued. should the market so demand. highly rated financial institutions.00 5.00 0. 1 crore on vehicles.to infrastructure investment along with Rs. These funds have been invested in deposits with banks. internal cash flows have more than adequately covered working capital requirements. 14. During fiscal 2011.415. As a result of this. Increase in share capital During the year.647.520.794 crore at the previous year-end.00 .00 0.964.561.00 807. we issued 3.26.00 0.00 Mar '08 12 mths 4.00 Mar '10 12 mths 7.100. subscribed and paid-up equity shares increased from 57. capital expenditure.821.00 7.00 5. and maintain sufficient cash to meet our strategic objectives. Financials Mar '11 12 mths Operating Profit PBDIT Interest PBDT Depreciation Other Written Off Profit Before Tax Extra-ordinary items 8.00 0. 2011.00 8. Liquidity also enables us to make a rapid shift in direction.00 8.00 9. We invested Rs.00 0.908. 15.714.00 0.00 1.329. We clearly understand that the liquidity in the Balance Sheet has to balance between earning adequate returns and the need to cover financial and business risks.135. we had liquid assets of Rs.367 shares on the exercise of stock options under the 1998 and 1999 Employee Stock Option Plans.00 4.00 469.00 Mar '09 12 mths 6.00 5.605.00 9.362. 2011.00 0.00 7.410. Liquidity We continue to be debt-free.00 4.559 shares as at March 31.646.25.00 6. Mysore and Mangalore.00 740.00 4.284 crore as against Rs.226.00 0.00 2.41.604.

306.819.200.00 10.13 500.31 Mar '10 Mar '09 Mar '08 Mar '07 5.15 665.017.00 352.81 -- -6.00 649.00 1.00 235.445.00 5. cr.96 4.00 60.00 0.00 3.22 1.00 6.901.52 5.00 895.00 5.05 4.67 27.84 25.00 8.336.23 230.37 -- -6.00 5.00 228.78 27.803.00 5.00 1.00 0.443.11 5.50 73.50 3.58 470.60 49.00 310.73 7.96 78.PBT (Post Extra-ord Items) Tax Reported Net Profit Total Value Addition Preference Dividend Equity Dividend Corporate Dividend Tax Per share data (annualised) Shares in issue (lakhs) Earning Per Share (Rs) Equity Dividend (%) Book Value (Rs) 8.25 101.00 13.37 5.719.00 13.28 4.30 3.00 4.25 -- -5.666.98 28.00 568.257.00 5.28 55.00 23.67 3.712.741.783.756.00 11.30 26.66 79.00 2.00 5.00 25.947.00 1.71 4.902.00 102.00 4.00 5.130.00 5.253.35 50.717.81 -- -6.00 33.15 74.00 3.32 70.41 Key Financial Ratios of Infosys Mar '11 Investment Valuation Ratios Face Value Dividend Per Share Operating Profit Per Share (Rs) Net Profit Margin(%) Liquidity And Solvency Ratios Current Ratio Quick Ratio Financial Charges Coverage Ratio Post Tax Management Efficiency Ratios Inventory Turnover Ratio Debtors Turnover Ratio Investments Turnover Ratio Cash Flow Indicator Ratios Dividend Payout Ratio Net Profit Dividend Payout Ratio Cash Profit Earning Retention Ratio 62.20 3.30 101.34 5.03 24. (Rs.91 4.02 7.738.77 44.00 1.52 112.00 384.00 240.00 16.91 Competition Name Last Price Market Cap.378.00 128.00 146.00 0.90 5.00 4.10 66.36 5.00 323.00 0.59 27.00 426.90 -- 28.434.345.50 120.821.00 0.100.470.28 5.) Sales Turnover Net Profit Total Assets .728.184.00 630.56 24.00 195.02 6.00 -6.86 37.25 86.520.17 19.84 4.713.85 17.

43 1.70 1.48 241.39 2.03 123.14 0.77 8.95 58.50 110.45 45.500.94 92.190.340.49 1.99 6.61 357.90 2.47 337.81 52.20 42.684.28 1.570.794.98 -127.18 161.38 363.00 26.19 7.230.27 325.90 230.72 996.341.00 647.80 129.94 3.00 4.443.620.25 58.283.SOFTWARE 2802.75 610.35 65.50 355.0 INFY 500209 BSE 30 Nifty 50 Yes More F&O Shares Pivot Point .899.065.407.31 561.38 89.88 729.30 88.35 311.00 29.31 781.31 46.72 279.61 88.89 66.78 -1.030.25 495.909.39 238.15 336.605.51 4.666.360.90 390.89 282.39 34.88 83.50 96.40 2.44 2.52 672.00 907.936.101.69 423.75 438.130.448. COMPUTERS .10 5.70 6.31 72.910.15 230.13 412.65 1.28 967.583.30 70.00 341.48 584.68 22.30 / -1.80 2.97 157.50 738.54 - 19.43 91.50 60.35 44.11 584.66 83.06 544.10 4.14 550.74 104.00 73.00 13.765.28 1.965.85 489.101.198.05 91.50 366.509.34 3.90 17.00 25.00 6.00 26.33 4.60 2.91 8.33 17.95 623.889.48 2.32 378.00 7.91 702.296.33 205.88 655.150.00 88.275.57 411.385.60 696.25 223.70 54.87 261.70 215.464.94 917.60 716.30 2.00 125.968.67 1.770.37 133.776.73 75.31 129.83 123.40 692.569.819.393.41 1.12 1.501.95 227.95 540.95 339.55 371.10 117.TCS Infosys Wipro HCL Tech Oracle Financ Mahindra Satyam Tech Mahindra Mphasis Patni Computer Financial Tech Hexaware Tech MindTree Infotech Enter Polaris NIIT Tech Rolta Persistent Tata Elxsi Hinduja Global Hinduja Venture Zensar Tech Geodesic 3i Infotech Infinite Comp Sasken Comm Geometric ICSA Mastek Ramco System Blue Star Info Saksoft Acropetal Tech Thinksoft Bodhtree Cons 1.702.75 80.351.44 406.78 82.06 747.400.1 -32.11 101.50 283.09 2.59 31.55 874.64 119.49 3.4 1689740.99 1.20 234.390.Support Resistance .423.42 - General Information Name Sector Current Price Price Change Previous Close Average Volume Nse Code Bse Code Part of Index BSE Part of Index NSE Futures and options Infosys Technologies Ltd.247.39 394.31 5.843.18 702.14% 2834.41 25.61 24.19 57.35 30.40 645.085.05 1.28 1.19 3.05 139.59 1.69 4.95 1.88 187.18 - 7.

2803.13 Intra Day support & resistance Only Valid for 04/11/2011 Performance of Infosys Technologies Ltd.6 69.95 -3.73 Resistance Resistance1 Resistance2 Resistance3 Price 2840.Pivot Point .97 2690.35 -222.35 Candlestick Chart of Infosys Technologies Ltd.77 Support Support1 Support2 Support3 Price 2765.60 -1.53 2728.50 2.55 54.20 13.55 1.54 Six Month 2911.18 Three Month 2732.74 One Year 3024. .7 -56.05 -108.99 One Month 2475.57 2915. in terms of appreciation Period Period Old Price Price Gain Gain in % One Week 2858.9 326.33 2878.98 Two Week 2747.25 -7.

00 0.00 5.00 1.434.00 807.00 6.738.00 740.470.336.00 3.327.00 7.25 101.00 0.00 0.605.135.00 5.713.00 469.00 2.00 9.00 0.756.30 101.90 5.00 0.10 66.443.00 10.329.00 1.445.00 6.00 630.00 1.02 5.00 1.00 240.00 7.00 195.00 5.00 7.00 1.00 4.00 8.00 0.13 500.901.410.00 16.00 2.00 4.23 230.00 4.712.362.00 8.52 112.00 0.378.00 568.00 13.803.783.84 5.561.73 5.00 102.00 323.00 8.00 13.00 546.728.130.719.96 78.908.647.00 694.00 0.00 3.415.00 -1.00 1.741.00 649.345.408.00 0.00 5.00 228.00 384.00 2.15 665.100.520.821.717.00 5.00 352.226.964.00 310.00 6.00 235.58 470.902.714.821.00 4.00 0.00 9.100.604.947.00 4.00 1.00 4.22 1.00 426.562.00 8.00 0.41 Key Financial Ratios of Infosys Mar '11 Mar '10 Mar '09 Mar '08 Mar '07 Investment Valuation Ratios .0 0 0.666.00 -5.00 5.00 4.00 6.646.00 8.Mar '11 Mar '10 Mar '09 Mar '08 Mar '07 12 mths 12 mths 12 mths 12 mths 12 mths Operating Profit PBDIT Interest PBDT Depreciation Other Written Off Profit Before Tax Extra-ordinary items PBT (Post Extra-ord Items) Tax Reported Net Profit Total Value Addition Preference Dividend Equity Dividend Corporate Dividend Tax Per share data (annualised) Shares in issue (lakhs) Earning Per Share (Rs) Equity Dividend (%) Book Value (Rs) 8.00 0.00 5.00 7.00 895.819.00 7.200.520.

57 411.61 24.06 544.34 3.341.00 125.51 4.72 996.184.88 729.98 -127.794.500.60 2.39 2.40 692.84 25.00 647.40 2.247.43 91.569.86 37.65 1.41 1.00 4.95 1.33 17.49 1.77 44.67 1.25 86.60 49.50 73.33 205.00 60.909.0 0 -6.464.583.67 27.00 4.448.80 2.101.60 696.20 3.06 747.50 60.60 716.00 11.52 5.95 540.00 25.36 5.75 438.065.48 241.31 5.13 412.00 7.81 -- 4.30 26.150.43 1.88 187.965.75 610.776.67 3.91 4.25 495.34 28.19 7.61 357.910.35 30.017.70 6.19 57.94 917.843.94 92.80 129.19 3.85 17.296.283.819.) 215.423.03 123.18 161.899.030.94 3.Face Value Dividend Per Share Operating Profit Per Share (Rs) Net Profit Margin(%) Liquidity And Solvency Ratios Current Ratio Quick Ratio Financial Charges Coverage Ratio Post Tax Management Efficiency Ratios Inventory Turnover Ratio Debtors Turnover Ratio Investments Turnover Ratio Cash Flow Indicator Ratios Dividend Payout Ratio Net Profit Dividend Payout Ratio Cash Profit Earning Retention Ratio 5.95 227.936.90 230.95 339.44 .39 Net Profit 7.55 371.66 79.50 96.00 6.05 1.501.28 967.306.31 5.17 19.75 80.37 5.00 26.101.88 655.50 120.443.69 423.400.70 1.190.00 341.09 2.702.91 Competition Name TCS Infosys Wipro HCL Tech Oracle Financ Mahindra Satyam Tech Mahindra Mphasis Patni Computer Financial Tech Hexaware Tech MindTree Infotech Enter Polaris NIIT Tech Rolta Persistent Tata Elxsi Hinduja Global Hinduja Venture Zensar Tech Geodesic 3i Infotech Infinite Comp Last Price 1.59 31.37 133.78 27.15 74.96 4.407.14 550.12 1.50 3.05 139.257.10 4.25 -- -5.385.91 8.25 223. cr.28 55.31 781.30 3.38 Total Assets 19.89 282.64 119.509.31 561.59 27.393.73 75.71 4.00 128.48 2.69 4.28 4.81 -- -6.28 1.52 672.50 355.48 584.50 Market Cap.00 26.35 311.198.39 34.40 645.88 83.55 874.05 5.00 25.61 88.605.620.90 -- 62.340.44 2.32 70.85 489.968.00 146.770.02 7.00 -6. (Rs.15 336.49 3.10 117.41 25.03 24.95 623.30 2.130.50 738.28 5.50 366.360.56 24.00 4.35 50.11 5.00 23.390.05 91.11 584.666.00 73.351.28 1.98 28.275.99 6.765.83 123.085.90 2.00 907.570.253.00 88.889.37 -- -6.90 390.10 5.18 702.50 Sales Turnover 29.91 702.00 33.

59 1.1 -32.30 / -1.31 129.9 326.90 17.684.45 45.230.81 52.95 58.95 -3.33 4.15 230.20 234.14% Top of Form Previous Close 2834.35 65.2803. .78 82.70 283.77 Nse Code INFY Support Price Resistance Bse Code 500209 Support1 2765.77 8.99 One Month 2475.54 Six Month 2911. in terms of appreciation Period Period Old Price Price Gain Gain in % One Week 2858.27 325.30 88.20 13.35 44.74 One Year 3024.11 101.99 1.00 13.97 Resistance2 Part of Index NSE Nifty 50 Support3 2690.47 337.42 - General Information Name Sector Current Price Price Change Infosys Technologies Ltd.55 1.30 70.57 2915.4 Pivot Point .35 Candlestick Chart of Infosys Technologies Ltd. COMPUTERS .18 Three Month 2732.73 Resistance3 Futures and options Yes More F&O Shares Intra Day support & resistance Only Valid for 04/11/2011 Price 2840.25 -7.60 -1.6 69.70 54.87 261.20 42.05 -108.28 1.78 -1.38 363.18 - 89.32 378.Support Resistance Average Volume 1689740.72 279.31 46.54 - 406.00 394.89 66.55 54.50 2.35 -222.33 2878.0 Pivot Point .97 157.39 238.13 Performance of Infosys Technologies Ltd.31 72.66 83.68 22.14 0.53 Resistance1 Part of Index BSE BSE 30 Support2 2728.25 58.7 -56.SOFTWARE 2802.74 104.98 Two Week 2747.Sasken Comm Geometric ICSA Mastek Ramco System Blue Star Info Saksoft Acropetal Tech Thinksoft Bodhtree Cons 110.

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful