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Education Franchising Report 2009

Education Franchising Report 2009

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Education sector offers potential business opportunity that emanates from the fact that India has World’s largest youth population who wants to boast of receiving quality education with World Class training Systems and also the reality that gap between the number of potentially employable people and corresponding training institutes available to train them is wide.

Part one of Education Franchising Report 2009 gives an overview of the growth of the Indian economy and the consumption. The overview states that Education is the second largest household expenditure after food. Presently in India, not only middle or upper middle class, even poor families spend 20 per cent of their disposable income on private schools and universities; then expose their children to 1.2 million, mostly ill-equipped and under-staffed government school across the country.

Private institutions are typically perceived as hallmarks of quality education and given the demand, Indian education entrepreneur are ready with massive expansion plans, which will provide thrust for the education sector to grow multifold.

Part two of the report discuss about the franchise business in India at large. It claims that franchising sector in India is growing at swift pace of 35 -38 per cent per annum. The market size of franchising sector estimated to be US$ 7.2 billion and is expected to reach US$ 20 billion by 2013. There are around 1200 franchisors in the country, having over 100000 franchisees across country. Out of this number, approximately, 32 per cent are in the Education sector. According to a Franchise India Holding Ltd Education sector is the most franchised sector in India. It is interesting to note that franchise outlets are far higher in number than a company-owned outlet.

Part three of the report gives insights on the education service sector in India both in Formal & Non-Formal education. It states that India is one of the largest markets for education in the world in terms of number of students. Currently, there are over 1.4 million schools in India providing education to over 200 million students. With considerable preference for private schools, the average number of students in a private school stands at a much higher 1,200 versus 146 for a public school. Coaching classes market forms 64% of non-formal Education Industry and the tuitions market in-turn forms 80 per cent of the total coaching class opportunity. Capacity constraints in higher education are the prime cause of outflow of students from the country. Over US$ 13 billion is spent every year by about 450,000 Indian students enrolled in higher education abroad.

Part four states that the franchise growth in the education industry. There are over 390 active education franchisors in India which belong to the class of emerging and established. Informal and Supplementary education has the lion’s share of education franchising. Professional and Vocational Skills (Including Aviation, Hospitality, Hotel Management, Finishing school, Jewellery & Gem education, Teachers' Training, Retail training, Financial services and insurance in addition to other industry training centers) is the most franchised of the education category capturing almost 33% of the total share followed by IT training. There are approximately 50,000 franchised education outlets in the country while there are only about 2200 company-outlets operational by education franchisors in all. Business Format Franchising in education industry is most rampant in India. Franchising in Pre-school segment has particularly been a growing phenomenon in the last 6-7 years. Foreign investment through franchise route will be more forthcoming in sectors like child skill enhancement, e-learning, teacher training and finishing schools as also for IT and BPO training.

The Report also gives a thorough account on what all preparedness it takes to start franchising in the education sector and also gives valuable techniques to Business Investors looking to take an education franchise. With more domestic players emerging, the education sector is likely to witness consolidation, but at the same time, increasing foreign participation will drive competition and raise standards.

Part five of the Report gives detailed Case Studies of the India’s largest Education Companies whose growth and expansion using the franchise route has been exemplary as they talk about their franchise models as their foundations of success.
  • Chapter I - INDIA OVERVIEW ( 8-15 )

    Constitutional Structure
    India: An Overview
    Consumption
    Public Education>
    Indian IT Education Industry
    Education Cess
    Public-Private Partnership—The way ahead
    Education Budget 2009-10
    Indian Education Sector
  • Chapter II - FRANCHISING IN INDIA ( 16-25 )

    The Growth of Indian Franchising
    Retail dominates franchising
    International Franchising starts appearing
    The Franchising Excitement 2004 onwards….
    No. of Franchise Systems and outlets
    Sector-wise Growth in Franchising
    Geographical Distribution
    Franchise Law in India
    Key Franchise Bodies in India
    Challenges in Indian Franchise Sector
    Franchise Tipped for Growth in India
    Supplementing the Government Revenue
    The Franchisor will Mature
    The Age of the Franchisee has arrived
    Consumer would (again be the King
    Franchise Professional – The New Career
    Suppliers find a new market in Franchise Sector
  • Chapter III - INDIAN EDUCATION MARKET ( 26-43 )

    India Education System
    Structure of Education System
    Primary Education in India
    Secondary School Education in India
    Senior Secondary Schools
    Largest 10+2 population globally
    Growing Private Dominance in The Business of core Education
    Multimedia-Animation Education
    Higher Education
    Investment and Growth in Higher Education
    How to Open a School
    Informal and Non-Formal Education in India
    Pre-School market
    Pre-School & Crèches Market: Multifold Growth
    Coaching and Tutoring Classes
    Grad Test Prep Market
    Post Grad Test Prep Market
    Online Tutoring Market
    A case Study: Kota
    IT Training
    Vocational and Professional Skills Training
    Distance Education—An Alternate Mode
    Foreign Investment in Education Sector
    Indian Students in Foreign Universities
    Books Market
    School Stationery Market
    Education Loan
    Government of India on Education
    The Need of the Future
    Key Findings in Education: India and the World
  • Chapter IV - The Business of Franchising in Indian Education ( 44-53 )

    Size of Education Franchise Industry in India
    Education Franchising is Growing in India
    Geographical Break-up for Education Franchise Systems
    Education Franchising
    Franchising of an Education Business
    Why Franchising
    Getting Ready to Franchise
    The Franchise Model
    Business of Education
    The Franchise Advantage to the Franchise
    Buying an International master Franchise
    Branding in Education Sector
    FDI in Education Sector
  • Chapter V - CASE STUDIES ( 54-61 )

    Aptech
    NIIT
    Jetking
    Career Launcher
    Eurokids
  • Annexure ( 62-69 )

  • Directory ( 70-105 )