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BUSINESS PLAN Formation of Organization Exists but to confirm as per the various provisions of laws Client Vs Consultant Status

s Agreement/ LOI to be confirmed Project Status as on date Land Area 12806.45 sq. mt. (18.75 Beegha) Over and above 2 acres to be left for future development (should not be part of school premises) Building Area To be decided Construction Cost To be decided Equipments Cost To be decided Furniture and Fixtures Cost To be decided Pre-Operative expenses (Project Preparation and Technical Expenses) To be decided Advertising Expenditure - To be decided ADVISED CAPITAL EXPENDITURE a) Total Plan Layout - Rs. 12-15 Crores b) Advised Investment Rs. 7-9 Crores c) Further investment - Rs.3-5 Crores proposed to be met by the revenue generated from school itself Basic Start up needs Selection of land/site Already Exists Acquisition of land in the chosen locality - Already Exists Architectural design of the school building Under Consultancy Appointment of engineers and contractors - Under Consultancy Arranging the finances By client as required Arranging to get Local, Municipal & education permission Under Consultancy Setting up a site office with skeletal staff - One Clerk and Two Peons (the office should have one retiring room with attached toilets/bath) for the consultant agency. Specific areas of Attention (To ensure higher rate of returns) Faster start-up Safe Practices (Low Risk) Right Investment Superior purchasing power Name Recognition and Brand Awareness Business Support

Projections on Development and Revenue On Commencement of project At the end of First Year - building structure to hold a capacity of 400 students from Nursery to VII (Fund Requirements during the year Rs. Two Crores) At the end of Second Year - building structure to hold a capacity of 750 students from Nursery to VIII, Office Building, Library (Fund Requirements during the year Rs. Two Crores) At the end of Third Year - building structure to hold a capacity of 1000 students from Nursery to IX, Composite Lab (Physics, Chemistry, Biology each having a capacity of 100 students at a time), Computer Lab (25x2 unit capacity), Video Conferencing Hall/Auditorium (with a capacity of 500 persons) (Fund Requirements during the year Rs. Three Crores) At the end of Fourth Year - building structure to hold a capacity of 1500 students from Nursery to X, Gymnasium, Sports Complex (Indoor Games) (Fund Requirements during the year Rs. Three Crores) At the end of Fifth Year - building structure to hold a capacity of 2000 students from Nursery to XI, Stadium/ Swimming Pool, Open Air Theater (Fund Requirements during the year Rs. Four Crores)

Revenue Projections Classes Students Avg Fee GR/Month GEx/Month NR/Month NR/Annum First Year 10 (Nur-VII) 300 400 120000 84000 36000 432000 Second Year 11 (Nur-VIII) 650 500 325000 227500 97500 1170000 Third Year 12 (Nur-IX) 850 600 510000 357000 153000 1836000 Fourth Year 13 (Nur-X) 1100 700 770000 539000 231000 2772000 Fifth Year 14 (Nur-XI) 1400 800 1120000 784000 336000 4032000 Sixth Year 15 (Nur-XII) 1700 900 1530000 1071000 459000 5508000 s
Please note:- The revenue projections are based on assumption that figures of Cap Ex and other standard parameters remain the same as advised. The management, advertisement, school type and class and all such factors which may have a bearing on revenue, remain the same as advised.

SCHOOL PLAN Society and Land This has to be a Society or Public Trust under the Societies and Public Trust Act 21, 1860 having the ownership of land or lease deed in its favour along with the possession of land, size not less than Two acres and for Thirty years. The Society should have education as one of its objective in its Memorandum. If the land is registered in revenue department as agriculture land, the land use is to be changed first. Building and its Designs The building has to confirm to the specifications of the CBSE (as detailed in bye-laws Class Size Max 40 students, Space Min 1 sq. mt./ student). It has also to confirm to the state/ local development authority guidelines and safety norms. The building has also to be designed that it caters to the need of the class of school we intend to build and is conducive to the overall progress and plan. Affiliation 01020304050607080910111213141516171819202122Requirements Request Letter Application Treasury Challan (Rs.50000/-) Latest Renewal Certificate of Society Memorandum of Society Challan Receipt Brief History of School Details of Student Strength Papers of Land Land and Building Map Details of Class and other Rooms Details of Library and other Equipments Details of Teachers and other Employees Layout of Duties of Personnel Details of Employee Salary and EPF Certificate Details of Tuition Fee Potable Water (Test Report) Details of Clean Toilets Fire Safety Certification Last three years Balance Sheet/ Financial Statement Health Examination Certificate Fee Certificate

Affiliation Process (Two options available) a) To get recognition from State Board up to Std. VI and apply for upgradation each year till Std. VIII. On getting the NOC and relevant sanctions apply to CBSE Board for Secondary and Later on Senior School. b) Apply to Anglo-Indian Board directly up to Std. VIII. Get the NOC and relevant sanctions. Apply to CBSE Board for Secondary and Later on Senior School. Saves time of two to three years. Easy, less expensive Recommended A professional perspective of the School To create a society of progressive, thinking individuals who will contribute to the intellectual development of the global community by initiating positive changes in the social fabric; in the technology and administration of our life and businesses; and in the approaches employed to realize individual and collective aspirations. Objectives of the School Defined 1. To provide the finest quality education that will evolve in step with the changes that takes place globally in the fields of education, science, commerce and arts. 2. To provide an environment conducive to the development of progressive thinking. 3. To provide educational facilities that rank on par with those offered in the world's finest educational institutions. 4. To set new qualitative standards in education by employing innovative approaches 5. A profitable partnership with a proven entity 6. As a School, we can depend on a concept that has been accepted with a fair amount of success and firmly established the credentials of the School. The track record indicates that the project has been a huge success for a number of reasons.

Type of School (An Analysis) 1- Boys Only 2- Girls Only 3- Co Ed

Boarding Day Boarding Day School only


Scenario 1(a) 1(b) 1(c) 2(a) 2(b) 2(c) 3(a) 3(b) 3(c) Market Size 2 3 4 2 3 3 2 4 5 Market Potential 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 4 5 Managemen t Ease 2 3 5 1 2 5 1 3 5 Volumes 2 3 5 2 3 5 3 4 5 R/S 2 3 4 2 3 5 3 4 5 Total Points 10 14 21 10 13 21 11 19 25

Recommendations is based on the case study of 16 schools (Hardwar - 5, Moradabad 2, Gajraula 1, Dehradoon 7, Bhimtaal - 1) The points awarded are on the scale of 1 (Low) to 5 (High) higher points making the recommendations obvious.

News on Net
TNN 8 February 2009, 01:36am IST Print Email Discuss Bookmark/Share Save Comment Text Size: | NEW DELHI: The Delhi government has allowed private schools to increase

tuition fees by a maximum of Rs 500. But with several schools threatening to move court, the issue is far from being resolved. And many parents have been left wondering about the exact economics of setting up and running a decent non-residential private school.

Expert Opinion
The expenses obviously are linked with the kind of school one plans to build. But former headmaster Doon School Shomie Das says that setting up a firstrate non-residential private school spread over a minimum of 5 acres of land for about 2,000 students would cost about Rs 30-35 crore. "The construction cost, including the land, will lead to expenses of about Rs 25 crore. This is assuming the different buildings such as classrooms, auditorium, swimming pool are built over a total area of 200,000 square feet,'' says Das, who has helped set up 50 schools, including Heritage (Kolkata) and Sanskriti (Delhi) in the past few decades. In such schools, the salaries of staff work out to 70% of the operational cost. The remaining amount goes into the school's upkeep such as buying sports equipment or laboratory material. The teacherstudent ratio should be anything between 1:15 and 20 in a day school, he says. Residential schools are more expensive. According to Das, setting up a quality residential school over a minimum of 20 acres would cost anything between Rs 75 and Rs 100 crore depending on the quality of construction. Assuming the structures are spread over 400,000 square foot area with an asking rate of Rs 1,200 per square feet, the figure would be on the lower side. Costlier constructions could be priced up to Rs 2,000-2,500 per foot. A reason why the costs are relatively higher is because more area is needed for hostels and staff residences. Overall construction cost would be at least Rs 50-60 crore. Add to that the land rate. Site development would also cost Rs 2-3 crore. Expenditure on sports equipment, furniture and fittings would be worth another Rs 5 crore. "A principal's cost-to-company in a first-rate private school can be anything between Rs 1 and Rs 2.5 lakh per month. A teacher in a similar school takes home anything between Rs 15,000 and Rs 60,000 every month,'' says the former Doon school headmaster. For a residential school, salaries form about 50% of the operational cost. Catering expenses add to another 30-40%. Maintenance plus development take up another 10%. The teacher to student ratio for such a residential school should be about 1:12, says Das.

"The thumb rule is that fees should cover your running costs as well as give you a surplus to service the loan taken to build the school as well as for its development,'' he says.

a) Guarantee (Credibility) of Work Undertaken b) Construction Cost and break up c) Agreement Terms and Conditions d) Self Achievements e) Schools/ Institutions already running/ constructed/ got affiliated