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CONTENTS Vol. 31 No.

21 • SEPT 19 - OCT 2, 2016

52 Cover Story
Five Infra Stocks That May Sizzle Following Govt Push

19 Yes Bank
Analysis
Recommendations

10 Choice Scrip
06
07
Regulars
Editor’s Keyboard
Company Index

Say YES to Stay Invested 12 Low Priced Scrip


08
16
Market View
Technicals

in Yes Bank 14 Hot Chips


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Query Board
Kerbside

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Equity Talk
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importance as there is good traction in the economy
with several experts including Piyush Gupta, CEO
of Singapore based DBS claiming ‘achhe din’ are
around the corner and dubbing India as an island of
economic growth stability. Even Onno Ruhl, World
Bank’s country director in India said that the country
must be in one of its most dynamic periods of the
history. Words coming from personalities like Ruhl
must give further confidence to the investors when it
comes to investing in Indian markets. Talking about the
GST Bill and the speed at which such a crucial Bill has
turned into a law, I must say that worldwide a strong
sign of the stronger wills of the government has been
sent and this again is going to boost the confidence of
the FIIs when it comes to Indian markets and
companies here.

We also have prepared a detail report on investing in

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the SME space when it comes to the retail investors. A
lobal sentiments had made a dent on the Indian space apparently ignored by a large section of retail investors
stock markets during the second week of September in India, has been buzzing in activities these days. Risks are
thus stopping the consistent rise of last few days all involved but if one makes the correct choices, investing in
of a sudden, slightly dampening the mood of the investors in SME stocks can bring in good fortune for our reader-
this festive season. Confusions over decision on rate hike in investors. I am sure market regulator SEBI and two key
the USA pulled down the markets here. Meanwhile, stocks exchanges in our country, BSE and NSE will take
government shared the positive inflation numbers after further steps to relax certain norms allowing more SMEs to
closure of the markets on September 12. Th e shared get listed and so letting a large number of retail investors to
numbers may lead to rate cut by country’s apex bank, now take further interests on the stocks listed on the SME
being run under the leadership of new governor, Urjit Patel. platforms. I am sure, our reader-investors will find this
Th e next morning Fed stepped in and cleared the cloud of edition too worth its value.
confusion on probable rate cuts thus helping their markets
to bounce back and close in deep green. I am sure following Meanwhile, by the time you will read this, one of the major
these global and local happenings, Indian markets will festivals in India would just get over and we will be gearing
continue to perform well in the coming few months. Time to up to embrace further festivities including Navratri and
pick the right stocks and invest. Corrections do happen and Deepavali. Stay tuned and study the markets to park your
such healthy corrections can be encashed for fresh buying. hard-earned money wiser in the stocks which may make
your festive season further dazzling and brighter.
In this edition of your favourite investment fortnightly, our
focus remains on infrastructure space. Our Research Team Keep writing to us--it is always a pleasure reading mails
has carried out an extensive analysis of the buzzing sector on coming from you. We take all the words coming from our
the wake of several government steps and identified few reader-investors seriously and try to implement their
stocks where you can put your hard-earned money at this suggestions. For us, none is more important than you.
hour. Meanwhile, I must remind you things are pretty good
when it comes to our economy. Government’s revenue Till then, stay safe and invest wisely.
collection in the first five months of the current fiscal reflects
an impressive performance with indirect taxes going up by
27.5 per cent and direct taxes being upped by 15.03 per cent.
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Alembic Limited Buy 38.55 Kerbside 66
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Aptech Hold 173.00 QueryBoard 63
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Market View Equity
Indian Markets Consolidate Amid Weak Global Cues
G
lobal stock markets came off from the highs as the US Federal Reserve
dropped cues for interest rate hike while European Central Bank and
Bank of Japan tilted towards more monetary easing. ECB kept interest
rates unchanged in its monetary policy review meeting and intends to
continue monthly asset purchase of EUR 80 bn till March 2017. Revised
Japanese economic data to 0.7 per cent fades the chance of expansion of stimulus. On
other side, nuclear test by North Korea and weak export data by Germany created
anxiety among investors.

Captivating these global cues mainly Wall Street and LSE tumbled down. In last 15
days; Dow Jones, S&P 500, NASDAQ were down by 2 per cent. London’s FTSE 100
and Germans DAX were down by 0.64 per cent and 0.79 per cent respectively. On
Asian front, Hang Seng and Nikkei were up by 4.71 per cent and 1.44 per cent. International Markets
9th Sept 30th Aug Gain/Loss
On domestic front, questioning by tax officials on claims of nominees and other Indices
2016 2016 (%)
investment entities worried FDI. The government has become more vigilant on Dow Jones Ind 18,085.45 18,454.30 -2.00
entities using Mauritius route to enter the domestic markets. Markets will also take S&P 500 2,127.81 2,176.12 -2.22
cue from IIP and CPI numbers. Indian indices are already trading upward on higher NASDAQ 5,125.91 5,222.99 -1.86
valuation numbers notwithstanding under performed net profit numbers by 2500+ FTSE 100 6,776.95 6,820.79 -0.64
odd companies in first quarter of FY17. It also signals overbought status of the
DAX 10,573.44 10,657.64 -0.79
markets.
CAC 40 4,491.40 4,457.49 0.76
Hang Seng 24,099.70 23,016.11 4.71
On Monday, September 12, 2016 Dalal Street also
Nikkei 16,965.76 16,725.36 1.44
experienced bear run along with global
Global stock markets counterparts on weak global cues. Auto sector Shanghai 3,078.85 3,074.68 0.14

experienced biggest fall by 595 points followed by


came off from the highs banking sector by 555 points. Ashok Leyland, Performance Of Indices

Motherson Sumi, Exide Industries, Bosch and 12th Sept 30th Aug Gain/Loss
as the US Federal Tata Motors were majorly affected by average of
Indices
2016 2016 (%)
SENSEX 28,353.00 28,343.01 0.04
3.5 per cent. In banking sector; BOI, Yes Bank,
Reserve dropped cues BOB and PNB were down by average of 5.7 per
Nifty 8,715.00 8,744.35 -0.34
Mid-cap 12,951.00 13,168.39 -1.65
for interest rate hike cent. Capital goods sector followed by metal
sectors also tanked 500 points and 437 points.
Small-Cap 12,559.00 12,626.09 -0.53
Auto 22,248.57 21,931.04 1.45
while European Central From capital goods sector- Reliance Defence
followed by I L and FS Transmission, BHEL, Praj
Bankex 22,693.00 22,387.43 1.36

Bank and Bank of Japan


FMCG 8,702.00 8,709.59 -0.09
Industries and Thermax were down by average of IT 10,296.00 10,480.46 -1.76
6.1 per cent. From metal sector, 8 stocks tanked in
tilted towards more the range of 4 per cent to 8 per cent. Only IT
Metal
Power
9,643.00 10,081.00 -4.34
2,060.44 2,097.99 -1.79
sector sustained and up by 89 points after a long
monetary easing. slowdown.
Realty 1,527.00 1,554.74 -1.78

Net Investment In Equity Markets (`/Cr)


On commodity front, gold also slid down to Rs
Date FIIs DIIs
31,280 per 10 grams on renewed speculation of an interest rate hike by the the US
Federal Reserve. Crude oil prices were down due to high crude inventories in the US 09-Sep-16 133.53 -328.26
and meeting of the oil producers scheduled in Algeria on September 26- September 08-Sep-16 864.21 -587.43
28, 2016. 07-Sep-16 1393.38 -768.55
06-Sep-16 245.69 -268.21
We see some more correction on the way as markets consolidate. We expect markets
02-Sep-16 -381.94 134.88
to correct so that earnings growth commensurate valuations. Going forward markets
will take cues from IIP and CPI numbers along with BOE’s asset purchase target and 01-Sep-16 923.02 308.16
rate decision. Consolidation provides good entry point to investors to pick and 31-Aug-16 388.85 847.70
choose stocks beaten down by herd mentality. 30-Aug-16 557.51 485.14
(Analysis by Rashmi Wankhede) Total 4124.25 -176.57

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Recommendations Equity
Meanwhile, its NIM declined by 60 basis
points on a yearly basis due to cut in
interest rates last fiscal. The company’s
gross NPA and net NPA stood at 0.1 per
cent and 0.03 per cent in Q1FY17
Bharat Financial Inclusion respectively.

INCLUDE BFIL IN YOUR PORTFOLIO


On financial front, BFIL’s net sales
increased by 53.19 per cent to`369 crore
in Q1FY17 as compared to the same

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period in the previous financial year. The
company’s EBITDA too rose by 66.45 per

CHOICE
here are lots of buzz in the cent to `232 crore in Q1FY17 on a yearly
non-banking financial basis. Its net profit got boosted by almost
P

institutions (NBFC) sector four times to `236 crore in Q1FY17 as


these days. Government in compared to the same period in the
R I

the Centre is taking many previous fiscal year. BFIL’s incremental


initiatives like Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan drawdowns of `1096 crore in Q1FY17
C

Yojana (PMJDY). It is also setting up was reported against `1046 crore


Micro Units Development & Refinance Q1FY16 under managed loans. The
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Agency (MUDRA) Bank as a single company completed securitisation


1 Ye a r I n ve st m e n t H o r i zo n regulator for all types of entities in transactions of `214 crore rated as ‘AA
microfinance space which is a positive for (SO)’ in Q1FY17. Its loan disbursement
the sector. Considering better industry increased by 59 per cent to `3769 crore in
opportunities in the coming time, Q1FY17 on a yearly basis.
companies like Bharat Financial
Inclusion (BFIL) will benefit. On a yearly front, BFIL’s revenue
increased by 68.06 per cent to `1064
BFIL uses unique ‘Gramin’ model to crore in FY16. The company’s EBITDA
provide unsecured credit at the doorstep too rose by 84.72 per cent to `735 crore
of low income households. The company in FY16 on a yearly basis. Its net profit
HERE IS WHY is using unique model comprising of margin increased by 61.45 per cent to
Unique Operation Model surveying village, recruiting members, `303 crore in FY16 on yearly basis. BFIL’s
deliver doorstep service and providing CAGR AUM growth stood at 56 per cent
Robust Financials with Optimistic Forecast training. The company focuses on during the last three years. The com-
Attractive Valuations non-agricultural activities for providing pany’s average loan outstanding per
loans and also gives weekly instalment borrower stands at `16557 as of FY16.
Best of LAST ONE Year facility to customers.
Name of Reco CMP Gain On valuation front, BFIL’s share price is
Company Price (`) (`) (%) BFIL’s number of branches increased by 8 trading at PE multiple of 21.78x times
Vakrangee 132.00 208.50 57.95 per cent to 1368 as of Q1FY17 on a yearly which is attractive as compared to peers
Yes Bank 797.00 1205.00 51.19 basis. The company reported its Net Capital First (37.34x), SREI Infrastruc-
Techno Electric & Engg. 217.00 328.00 51.15
Interest Margin (NIM) increased by 20 ture Finance (65.07x) while industry PE
basis points to 10.8 per cent in Q1FY17 multiple stands at 26.03x times. Hence,
Aarti Industries 429.00 595.00 38.69
as compared to the previous quarter. we recommend to BUY the stock. DS
Godrej Consumer Prod. 1329.00 1612.00 21.29
(Closing price as of Sept 12, 2016)
Note: The stocks recommended under this section are fundamentally strong stocks. However investors are advised to wait for the
correct opportunity to enter these stocks considering the market sentiment right now.
CMP
Monthly Stock Market Returns Shareholding Pattern Last Five Quarters (`/Cr)
BSE Code: 533228 (`) June-16 Mar-16 Dec-15 Sep-15 Jun-15
CMP: `731 FV: `10
30/06/2016 Particulars
BSE Volume: 199021 Total Income 368.96 329.76 307.25 291.27 240.86
Promoter 2.06
Date: 12/09/2016 Other Income 45.16 40.55 36.18 33.02 41.79
FII 61.83
Operating Profit 277.31 247.08 238.54 219.95 181.26
DII 18.94
Interest 136.09 134.10 132.75 116.95 100.78
Others 17.17 Net Profit 235.91 84.47 79.50 77.86 61.16
Total 100 Equity 127.53 127.31 127.09 126.75 126.47

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Recommendations Equity
segment has high exposure to auto sector
which has been growing in double digits.
We see that growth momentum of
Q1FY17 will continue further in FY17.
PIL has two subsidiaries- Pennar
Pennar Industries Engineered Building Systems (PEBS) and
Pennar Enviro. PEBS’s robust order book
of `410 crore gives guidance of strong

ENGINEERING GROWTH revenue growth in FY17.

P
Pennar Enviro subsidiary caters to waste
management and water management. Due
ennar Industries is an to high impetus from government, we see
engineering company engaged that the company has strong order book of
in providing engineered `300 crore. PIL’s Enviro business is
products and services. The growing rapidly and reached to `100 crore
business of Pennar Industries from `3 crore over a span of just three
is divided into four strategic units- steel years. The company has one
products (40.58 per cent), systems and manufacturing plant in Telangana. PIL can
PRICED SCRIP projects (35 per cent), tubes (17 per cent) benefit from Government of Telangana’s
and industrial components (7.33 per programmes of Industrial Heath Clinic.
cent). We see that to protect steel sector,
government raised MIP and safeguard On financial front, the company is riding
duty on raw steel. This has led to subdued on growth trajectory since 2014 at CAGR
margins in Q1FY17 for steel segment 4 per cent due to government favoured
1 Year Investment Horizon which the company management new policies. This led to PIL’s EBITDA
believes will be ironed out due to its firm and PAT grew by 15 per cent and 17 per
procurement policies. cent CAGR over last three years.
In Q1FY17, its topline grew by 12 per
Within systems and projects unit, cent to `306 crore on YoY basis in
HERE IS WHY railways and solar looks like high Q1FY17. EBITDA and PAT rose by 39
Strong Order book across verticals potential areas. It has grown 50.53 per per cent and 27 per cent in Q1FY17 on
cent during FY15-16. It has been getting yearly basis. EBITDA and PAT margin
Structural reforms in Indian Railways, Solar and orders from clients like BEML, HEI, ICF, also expanded by 221 and 38 bps points
Civil construction driving growth MCF and Texmaco etc which propelled respectively in Q1FY17 vs Q1FY16.
Low debt and cash rich company revenue growth in railways related
business. Book to sales ratio of 1.02x PIL has healthy D/E of 0.54x. ROCE
Best of LAST ONE Year provides strong revenue visibility. Also, reached to 19.91 per cent in FY16 from
Name of Reco CMP Gain government’s plan to spend `1.21 lakh 15.14 per cent in FY14. EPS of the
Company Price (`) (`) (%) crore as capex on Indian Railways and company also grew by 14 per cent
Emmbi Industries 46.00 125.50 172.83 metro projects will benefit the company. CAGR over FY14-16. PIL looks
Manappuram Finance 35.20 90.00 155.68 attractive; with TTM EPS of 3.79 trading
V2 Retail 48.20 92.00 90.87
Within tube segment, PIL plans to at TTM P/E of 12.11x and P/B of 1.10x.
expand capacity by 25 per cent which will So we recommend our investors to BUY
KEI Industries 67.00 114.00 70.15
be operational by end of H2Y17. This this scrip. DS
Zenith Fibres 96.00 163.00 69.79
(Closing price as of Sept 12, 2016) Note: The stocks recommended under this section are fundamentally strong stocks. However investors are advised to wait for the
correct opportunity to enter these stocks considering the market sentiment right now.
Monthly Stock Market Returns Shareholding Pattern Last Five Quarters (`/Cr)
30/06/2016 Particulars June-16 Mar-16 Dec-15 Sep-15 Jun-15
Total Income 306.69 350.69 343.28 338.85 273.85
Promoter 36.36
Other Income 2.03 1.7 0.37 0.9 0.42
FII 10.92
BSE Code: 513228 Operating Profit 38.21 52.44 38.34 34.17 26.38
CMP: `43.65 FV: `5 DII 10.88
BSE Volume: 107191 Interest 13.76 12.4 7.97 8.98 9.06
Date: 12/09/2016 Others 41.84 Net Profit 10.02 22.35 16.96 11.05 7.88
Total 100 Equity 60.17 60.17 60.17 60.17 60.17

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Recommendations Equity
TRENT CMP - `242

BSE CODE Volume Face Value

T
500251 68970 `1
rent is engaged in the retail sale of readymade garments. On September 12, the
share price of company split from `10 to `1 to encourage liquidity. CARE, the
rating agency revised the long-term rating assigned to the bank facilities and
instruments of Trent. The ratings also factor in the Joint Venture (JV) with the British

C H I P S major, Tesco PLC. The company will witness operational improvement because of
established track record in the retail segment and reduction in financial commitments
towards the hypermarket segment. On financial front, Trent’s revenue increased by
15 Days Investment Horizon 14.72 per cent to `401 crore in Q1FY17 as compared to same period in previous
financial year. The company’s EBITDA to rose by 25.58 per cent to `49.83 crore in
Q1FY17 on yearly basis. Its PAT also boosted by 60.64 per cent to `23.3 crore in
Q1FY17 as compared to same period in previous fiscal year.
Last Seven Days’ Volume Table Scrip’s Movement
(No. of Shares)
Days Volume

01-Sep-16 1664
The scrips in this 02-Sep-16 8374
column have been 06-Sep-16 109576

recommended 07-Sep-16 2383


08-Sep-16 727
with a 15-day 09-Sep-16 5042
investment horizon 12-Sep-16 68970

in mind and carry


high risk. Therefore, TIGER LOGISTICS (INDIA) CMP - `267

investors are advised to BSE CODE Volume Face Value

T
536264 204312 `10
take into account their iger Logistics (India) is a third party logistic provider (3PL) which provides
integrated services to its customers. In the next big step towards meeting an
risk appetite before April 1, 2017 deadline to implement the mega reform Goods and Services Tax
investing, Bill, the Union Cabinet has approved the setting up of a GST Council which will fix
the tax rate. The company plans to invest in owing the CFS (Container Freight
as fundamentals may Stations) in Gujarat. It will be able to assist present corporate customer base and
or may not back the provide end to end solutions for the entire cargo base moving by road to Gujarat
Gateway Ports. The company is growing at a CAGR of 30 per cent for the last three
recommendations. years and it will intend to continue the same growth prospect following its business
model. It has been embarking upon a growth trail following various expansion
Hot Chips of Last One Month initiatives to tap the potential opportunity in logistics services through
implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning system.
Reco. Peak Likely
Last Seven Days’ Volume Table Scrip’s Movement
Price After Gain
(`) Reco* (%) (No. of Shares)
Issue No 19 ,Aug 22 - Sept 4, 2016 Days Volume
Adani Ports & Special Economic Zone 273.00 276.00 1.10
01-Sep-16 87639
Sybly Industries 12.24 14.50 18.46
02-Sep-16 66967
Issue No 20 , Sept 5 - 18, 2016
06-Sep-16 153996
Delta Corp 163.00 163.00 0.00
07-Sep-16 126227
JK Tyre & Industries 133.00 152.00 14.29
08-Sep-16 103098
*Highest price after our recommendations
09-Sep-16 94308
(Closing price as of Sept 12, 2016)
12-Sep-16 204312

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Technicals Equity
Nifty Index Chart Analysis
Watch out 8970-9000 levels for resistance
NIFTY WEEKLY CHART
After a robust start of the first half of
September, the news of Yes Bank putting off
its $1 billion QIP dampened the market
mood. The week ended September 9, 2016
witnessed gains of about 0.65 per cent
considering week-on-week basis on the
back of inflows from the FIIs. All eyes now
will be on a major event i.e. September 21,
2016 US Fed meet to note whether it hikes
the rates. Meanwhile on September 12,
Nifty crashed by 127 points at the time of
sending this report to press.

After registering robust gains in the last


week, Nifty continued its upside
momentum during early part of week
ended September 9, 2016, but was not able
to sustain at higher levels and it ended the Nifty in the short-medium term. Breach basis for the Nifty. The Shooting Star
week with marginal gains. On the weekly of this support zone will open up for a Candlestick will be negated if Nifty on a
time frame Nifty has formed a potential correction up to the levels of 8540 levels. weekly basis closes above the level of
‘Shooting Star Candlestick' pattern as On the upside, the zone of 8970-9000 9000. The RSI is quoting around 70 levels
against a long range bullish candle in the would be a stiff resistance on the weekly facing resistance around this zone.
previous week. 'Shooting Star' formation is Here are the key levels to watch out for the medium term
formed when the low and the close are Ideas Nifty Levels Action to be Initiated Probable Targets
roughly the same and this pattern is Close above 8970-9000 on the weekly chart
considered a bearish reversal pattern. Now Resistance for the medium term 8970-9000
would give further momentum to the bulls.
9100-9250
going forward, the zone of 8680-8710 Close below 8680-8710 on the weekly chart
Support for the medium term 8680-8710 8540
would act as crucial support levels for the would trigger sell-off.

NIFTY DAILY CHART


Nifty after registering a swing high of
8968.70 levels, witnessed profit taking at
higher levels. Now going forward,
important support for Nifty on daily chart
is placed in the zone of 8740-8690, because
the 50 per cent retracement of the entire up
move from the levels of 8518 stands at 8740
levels and 61.80 per cent retracement level
of the entire up move stands at level of
8690. However, if Nifty manages to close
below its 61.80 per cent retracement level of
8690 in that case it’s likely to touch levels of
8620-8540. On the upside, the zone of
8970-9000 will act as a strong barrier for
Nifty, however, a decisive close above 9000
levels will open way for new high for the
Here are the key levels to watch out for the medium term
Nifty and in this case Nifty will touch levels
Ideas Nifty Levels Action to be Initiated Probable Targets
of 9100-9250. The daily 14-day RSI is
Close above 8970-9000 on the daily chart
quoting around 62 levels, immediate Resistance for the short term 8970-9000
would give further momentum to the bulls.
9100-9250
support on the RSI stands at 55 levels and Close below 8690-8740 on the daily chart
major support stands at 48-50 levels. Support for the short term 8690-8740 8620-8540
would trigger panic sell-off.

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Technicals Equity
STOCK RECOMMENDATIONS

INDUSIND BANK .............................. SELL ..................... CMP `1196


BSE Code : 532187 Target 1 ..... `1145 | Target 2 ..... `1120 | Stoploss....`1239(CLS)
The stock is currently trading at `1196. Its 52 week
high/low stands at `1255/799 made on September 07,
2016 and February 11, 2016. In the last few trading
sessions, the stock witnessed strong up moves after
taking vital support at the technical levels of `1100
and `1145. However, at present, the stock has formed
couple of ‘Doji Candles pattern. Doji Candle formed a
top of the trend is considered as a possible sign of
reversal. The stock is trading around the crucial
supports of `1194 which is 15-day EMA level and
1189 which is 20-day EMA level. If it closes below
these levels, then it confirms the bearish trend in the
stock. Looking at the one year weekly chart RSI
indicator at 67.75 indicates some overbought
situation. By calculating it all, we suggest selling in the
stock of IndusInd Bank at current levels for a near
term target of `1145-1110 with a stop loss of `1239.

AMARA RAJA BATTERIES ..................... BUY ................... CMP `985


BSE Code : 500008 Target 1 ..... `1030 | Target 2 ..... `1070 | Stoploss....`930 (CLS)
Amara Raja Batteries stock is currently trading at
`985. Its 52 week high/low stands at `1077/ `773 was
made on September 06, 2016 and January 18, 2016.
Around the level of `880, the stock formed 'double
bottom' pattern along with above average volumes.
At the same time the stock broke its immediate near
term resistance of 100-day EMA and 200-day EMA,
which are placed at `907 and `899 respectively.
Indicating that still the stock is sustaining above
these levels, investors may initiate buy on dips.
Looking at the one year weekly chart, the stock
formed ‘bullish engulfing’ pattern, which is
indicating some strength for medium term.
By taking into consideration all the parameters,
we recommend buy in `980 to `970 levels with a
target of `1030 followed by `1070 and a stop loss
of `930.
(Closing price as of Sept 12, 2016)

*LEGEND: n EMA - Exponential Moving Average. n MACD - Moving Average Convergence Divergence n RMI - Relative Momentum Index
n ROC - Rate of Change n RSI - Relative Strength Index
Disclaimer : Above recommendations are based on various technical parameters and any fundamental input has not been considered for the recommendations. Follow strict stop loss for the recommendation.

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Analysis Equity
Yes Bank

SAY YES TO STAY INVESTED IN YES BANK


SECTOR the bank rapidly expanded its corporate Global rating major Moody’s Services
The future of banking sector in India loan book and built a strong corporate has provided a ‘stable’ outlook with
looks not only exciting at this time but banking unit. Since then, it has focused ‘Baa3’ rating allotted to Yes Bank.
also it is getting transformative in nature. on developing its capacity to cross-sell a Moody’s sighted adequate capitalisation,
Despite the somewhat difficult current wide range of corporate products, while rapid loan growth and bank’s ability to
operating environment, banks remain growing its retail and SME sized withstand further asset quality weakness
the largest financial sector intermediary customer platforms. The bank's main being the strengths. On a flip side
present in the country. Recent reforms growth mantra has been to build a dominance of corporate loan book and
like Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code diversified corporate loan book, targeting higher dependence on corporate deposits
will go a long way in helping the sector to high-quality corporate credits across a relative to peers remains a challenge for
get back on strong footing. In near range of industries. Yes Bank.
future, technology will play a major role
as markets and financial instruments CREDIT RATING MUTUAL FUND
continue to evolve and expand into For the past five years (FY ended March Yes Bank will soon become the 44th
newer avenues. 2012 - March 2016), Yes Bank has Mutual Company in India with the
increased its loan book at a compound private lender receiving an in principle
At the current juncture, stressed assets in annual growth rate (CAGR) of 27 per approval from the Securities & Exchange
banks’ credit portfolios have constrained cent, while maintaining one of the lowest Board of India (SEBI) to sponsor and
credit delivery. But the situation is non-performing loans (NPL) ratio setup an Asset Management Company
gradually improving with many initiatives among the Indian banks. Despite a (AMC). The AMC will channelise the
being under taken by the lender and the greater dominance of corporate loans savings of retail, corporate and
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) (about 65 per cent of the bank's total loan institutional investors in the financial
book), Yes Bank's asset quality has markets by leveraging Yes Bank’s banking
Amongst the 25 private sector banks expertise.
operating in the country, Yes Bank has Bank Name
Net NPA Gross NIM
been a bright spot compared to its bigger (%) NPA (%) (%) With the bank receiving green signal
rivals given its strong balance sheet and HDFC Bank 0.32 1.04 4.40 from the regulator helps leverage banks
aggressive expansion push. ICICI Bank 3.35 5.87 3.16 distribution network for customer
Axis Bank 1.08 2.54 3.80
acquisition and provide their existing
ABOUT Kotak Mahindra Bank 1.21 2.50 4.37
customers a one stop destination for
State Bank of India 4.05 6.94 2.80
Yes Bank, India’s fifth largest private investment and savings solutions. With
Induslnd Bank 0.38 0.91 4.00
sector bank with a pan India presence the starting of the AMC by the end of
Yes Bank 0.29 0.79 3.40
across 29 states is the outcome of strong FY17, which will in turn start generating
Bank of Baroda 5.73 11.15 2.80
professional and commitment of its top revenues for the bank in the future.
Punjab National Bank 9.16 13.75 2.50
level management team. Yes Bank has
been at the forefront of delivering
CREDIT CARD
highest standards of service quality and remained fairly stable over the past years Yes Bank in partnership with Master Card
offering comprehensive banking compared to other private peers. recently became the latest entrant in the
solutions to all its customers. credit card space. Going ahead, the lender
Yes Bank’s higher reliance on corporate has planned an aggressive push as it aims
A new generation private-sector bank deposits relative to its peers creates risks to capture a market share of 17-18 per cent
had received a green field banking in volatile markets. While the bank's in the next five years. In order to grow the
license from the RBI and launched its current level of CASA deposits remains market share, unlike the other lenders
operations in 2004 and since then it has below the domestic peer average, it has who have been mainly focusing on the
grown by leaps and bound to become a been building up its deposit base by existing customer base, Yes Bank will be
banking force to reckon with. virtue of increasing its branch network. actively looking at giving cards to the
CASA ratio has improved to 28 per cent non-bank customers. Company plans to
Yes Bank turned around amidst the in FY2016 but still lags the industry use credit cards as an additional
global financial crisis of 2008-09 when average of 35 per cent. acquisition tool for its other loan products.

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Analysis Equity
FINANCIALS in the same quarter last year. Yes Bank
On financial front, Yes Bank has been a BSE Code 532648 CMP (`) 1205
rank outperformer on a consistent basis. In Q1FY17, the credit book increased Particulars Amonut (` Crore)
Considering latest quarter result, Yes strongly by 33 per cent Y-O-Y to Net Sales 14143.90
Bank reported a net profit growth of 32.8 `1,05,942 crore, mainly after witnessing % Change 16.47%
per cent to `731.8 crore as against an uptick in the SME and retail segment Operating Profit 4701.01
`551.8 crore achieved in same period of growth on a yearly basis. As on Q1FY17, % Change 33.34%
the previous fiscal. Profits for the quarter large corporate constituted 67.5 per cent Net Profit 2720.06
grew despite spike in provisions. Net while SME/retail constitute 32.5 per cent. % Change 28.00%
Interest Income (NII) the difference Deposits also saw a growth of 28.6 per Equity 421.09
between interest earned and interest cent Y-O-Y. EPS (`) 63.39
expended, increased by 6.1 per cent to FV (`) 10.00
`1241.4 crore. Non – interest income also
QIP P/E (x) 19.01
saw a healthy growth of 12.2 per cent After receiving the CCEA approval for Dividend Yield (%) 0.78
courtesy revenue from securities raising FDI limit from 49 per cent to 74 Book Value (`) 344.59
business and fee income. per cent the bank was all set to launch its (Trailing Four Quarter Data)
biggest ever fund raising exercise when
On a yearly basis, NII showed a growth of the lightning struck and Yes Bank had to will permit delivery of an ever-widening
24.2 per cent to 1316.6 crore in Q1FY17 defer its QIP plans for future. Even after a suite of services ‘on the move.’
as compared to `1059.8 crore in the same proven track record in raising fresh
period of the previous fiscal. Net Interest equity both domestically and CONCLUSION
Margin (NIM) for the quarter ending internationally, as demonstrated by its Yes Bank is well capitalised with total
30th June stood flat at 3.4 per cent. QIP in FY15 the bank faltered, Capital to Risk Weighted Assets Ratio
Non-interest income as a ratio to total subsequently led to a drastic decline in (CRAR) at 15.5 per cent and tier I ratio at
income came in at 40.6 per cent against 34 the share price which correct by nearly 15 10.3 per cent. With strong ROEs allow
per cent in the corresponding quarter of per cent in few days in September. healthy internally funded growth for the
FY16. Bank has seen a consistent growth bank. Yes Bank currently has a market
share of close to one per cent in the

Manali Bhatia, Rudra Shares & Brokers Indian banking industry and with a
planned, steady growth rate of
approximately 25 per cent over the next
Though the stock traded 52-week high at `1450 (dated Sept 7, 2016) after the
announcement of proposed $1 billion new share sale to institutional investors , it fell as five years, the bank aims to garner a 2.5
much as 14% (approx.) to `1201.55 a share after deferment contributing huge loss to per cent market share in India. In
many investors. Although we see a downward trend in the market, still Yes Bank could anticipation of this growth, many leading
benefit the investors & outperform its rivals going forward. Considering good financials & global financial institutions have reposed
lower NPA ratio amongst its peers and a temporary decline in its share price (because of their commitment in Yes Bank.
this QIP mess), we recommend Investors to hold this share for long term.
Positive business sentiments, improved
in operating profit coupled with YES PAY consumer confidence and more
improving margins and spreads. Joining the Digital Bandwagon, Yes Bank controlled inflation are likely to prop-up
recently launched its digital wallet named the country’s the economic recovery.
Gross non-performing assets (NPAs) of ‘’ Yes Pay’’. The bank plans to provide
Yes Bank rose 13 per cent to `844.56 customers with convenient banking Proposed mechanisms for asset resolution,
crore at the end of June quarter from services for transactions and payments. including the Bankruptcy Code, will
`748.98 crore in the March quarter. As a Digital Platforms will help Yes Bank help speedier recovery. Enhanced
percentage of total loans, gross NPAs acquire customers and empower sales spending on the part of government in
stood at 0.79 per cent at the end of the channels. It plans to offer banking and infrastructure, speedy implementation of
June quarter as compared to 0.76 per payments on social media & wearable projects and continuation of reforms are
cent in the previous quarter and 0.46 per devices. expected to provide further impetus to
cent in the year-ago quarter. Provisions growth prospects. All these factors
and contingencies rose by 11 per cent to According to RBI, the value of mobile suggest that India’s banking sector is also
`206.63 crore in the quarter from banking transactions in December 2015 poised for robust growth as the rapidly
`186.46 crore a quarter ago. increased four times year-on-year and growing business would turn to banks for
jumped by 46 per cent over the previous their credit requirements and Yes Bank
Net NPAs were at 0.29 per cent in the month to `49,029 crore (US$ 7.34 would be a key player riding this growth
June quarter compared to 0.29 per cent billion). With ever increasing penetration wave. Therefore, we suggest to ‘HOLD’
in the previous quarter and 0.13 per cent of the Internet and mobile connectivity the stock. DS

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Equity Talk Market

I
nvesting is more of science and a Similarly, we can have investors with every year in either index or some
bit of art; the skills needs to be poor knowledge of financial products selected stocks, such kind of investor
mastered over time. To prove this, classified here as amateur Investors. This know that they have limited skill set and
we tried to analyse if smart category of investor generally trades in also realizes the potential of equity
investors can earn excess return stocks because their colleagues’ share investing and so at the end of year
over amateur investors and passive stories of how they have made fortunes whatever is the surplus he parks in good
investors. in investing or they have learned some quality stocks or Index.
new skills and wish to try if it works for
An investor, who has an understanding them. These Investors generally end up Instead of using couple of shares and
of analysing companies can draw investing in shares at their peak levels measuring the performance over time we
correct and timely conclusions from and even after holding shares for couple used daily Index values of S&P BSE
ratio have access to financial databases, of years discover that they ended up Sensex and NIFTY from 1 January 2005
statistical tools, research reports, can be losing capital or earning poor returns. till 31 Dec 2015. Using index values also
classified as smart investor. A smart helps us in eliminating any sectoral
investor can be expected to make smart The third category is classified as passive biases and liquidity issues. From the daily
decisions and hence he/she would invest investors who are those who bet on index values we obtained their fifty-two
in stocks when those are trading near the quality stock and invest in a time bound week highest and lowest points for all the
bottom and there is a huge upside manner, for example consider an investor ten years and calculated their spreads
potential. who invest all his bonus at the end of within each calendar year.

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Table 1 Table 2 (Figures in %)
NIFTY BSE SENSEX CAGR CAGR CAGR
Years for for CAGR for for
MAX MIN Spread MAX MIN Spread amateur Smart amateur Smart Passive
2005 2843 1903 940 9398 6103 3295 Investor Investor Spread Investor Investor Spread Investor
NSE BSE  NSE
2006 4016 2633 1383 13972 8929 5043
2005 10 14 4 10 14 4 13
2007 6159 3577 2583 20376 12415 7961 2006 7 12 5 6 11 5 11
2008 6288 2524 3764 20873 8451 12422 2007 3 9 6 3 9 6 8
2008 3 15 12 3 15 12 3
2009 5201 2573 2628 17465 8160 9304 2009 6 17 11 6 18 12 15
2010 6312 4719 1594 21005 15791 5214 2010 4 9 5 4 9 5 7
2011 6158 4544 1613 20561 15175 5386 2011 5 12 7 5 11 7 5
2012 8 14 7 8 14 6 14
2012 5931 4637 1294 19487 15518 3969 2013 8 15 7 7 13 6 10
2013 6364 5285 1079 21326 17906 3421 2014 -4 15 19 -5 14 18 12
2015 -12 5 17 -12 5 17 -4
2014 8588 6001 2587 28694 20193 8501
Average 3 13 9 3 12 9 9
2015 8996 7559 1437 29682 24894 4788 As on Dec 31, 2015, NSE was at 7946.3 and BSE at 26117.54

In table-1 we can see that the spread In table-2 we can see that smart investosr close to 9 per cent which is 4 per cent
between maximum and minimum index have made average profit of 13% by lower than smart investor but 6%
values was maximum in 2008, this was investing in stocks at yearly lows higher than amateur investors. The
principally due to financial crisis and their CAGR ranges results obtained would have been
originating in US. Excluding 2008 we from 5% to 17% different if we choose to
observe that the average spread is close to calculated from make regular annual
1700 point for NIFTY and 5000 points Nifty values and investment on some
for Sensex. This also means that every similar results Smart investor should be other day of the year,
year for some reason equity market can be seen for able to gauge where the but the conclusion
makes new highs and new lows and the S&P BSE that we can draw
gaps are very substantial. Sensex markets would bottom and will still remain
valid.
Smart investor should be able to What is invest; whereas amateur Long term return
gauge where the markets would intriguing is of 9% excluding
bottom and invest; whereas amateur those
investor would make an dividend incomes
investor would make an investment amateur investment decision when the should be
decision when the markets is at its investors have considered as decent
peak as they are influenced to take a ended up markets are at its peak return
decision when they hear stories of rags earning average for wealth
to riches in media and everyone around returns of merely 3% creation.
them is talking of investing replicating from Nifty and S&P BSE
the herd mentality. On the other hand, Sensex. The range of return For retail investors, it is very difficult
passive investor invests at a particular varies from -12% to 10%. The spread to time the market and earn excess
frequency and we have assumed that of the smart and amateur investors return every year, even experts with
every year they invest on January 1 is as high as 19% in year 2014. The deep understanding and great skills find
in Index. average of spread between smart and it difficult. But it is best for average
amateur investor is around 9%. This is investors to stick to a regular
Index returns were calculated assuming substantial evidence that share markets investment plan and without bothering
that investor invested in the index at the have great potential and rewards about the index or stock movement
highest /lowest points and remain smart investors. they should invest at regular intervals.
invested till December 31, 2015. CAGR Retail investors with limited market
was calculated assuming that smart We can also see what returns would insight should avoid timing the
investor will invest in Index when it is at passive investor earn if they make regular market instead carefully choose stocks /
52-week Low and amateur investor will investment in stocks on a particular date index and over a long run they would
enter the market at its yearly highest (1 January) of every year, the results are earn excess return over the long term
point and passive investor will invest on indicated in the last column of table-2. yields from bonds or fixed income
January 1 in Index every year. Passive investors have earned CAGR of securities. DS

About the authors • Ruzbeh J. Bodhanwala is a professor, FLAME and Shernaz Bodhanwala is an assistant professor, FLAME.

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 NP: Net Profit : Profit after tax but before investment allowance reserves. Ticker: BSE Scrip Code 
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 Latest Quarter: Indicates the recent quarterly filing of the company with the stock  EX: Ex-Rights wherever the price is indicated a Ex-bonus or Ex-rights, the
exchange. corresponding figures for equity. Reserves, Book value and EPS are adjusted
 YearToDate : Latest Results (qtr,half or Nine) of the company. as per the bonus or the Rights ratio.
 Sales Growth % : Indicates the % growth of sales on year-on-year basis. Notes: (A) The Profit figure reflects the performance of the current year. We have
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1 AGRO - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 105 261 933
*Eco Friendly Food Pr 1 1603 24.8 1 3 0.8 0.0 - 0.0 2.4 - - - - - - - - 20.37 0 0.00 0.9 580 23.40 50/16 579 -
Esteem Bio Organic F 1 U1603 24.9 2 4 1.2 0.0 - 0.0 3.0 - - - - - 56 - - 20.57 0 0.00 1.0 1036 41.65 50/25 1035 -
2 AIRLINES
IND. COMPOSITE 1074 42395 3613 11
InterGlobe Aviation 10 U1603 361.2 76 16140 1989.7 55.1 15.00 8.5 72.5 1606 4578.9 591.8 1606Q 4578.9 9 591.8 -8 85.94 0 7.46 63.4 31170 862.95 1396/702 32759 16.1
Jet Airways 10 U1603 113.6 -285 21167 1173.6 103.3 - -2.3 - 1606 5112.0 103.1 1606Q 5112.0 -2 103.1 -53 50.99 0 37.24 106.1 6142 540.70 796/302 14325 5.8
Spicejet Ltd. 10 U1603 599.5 -19 5088 449.8 7.5 - -0.9 - 1606 1521.5 149.0 1606Q 1521.5 37 149.0 104 60.31 33 2.39 165.7 3702 61.75 95/22 5096 7.1
3 ALUMINIUM
IND. COMPOSITE 1495 41134 1338 33
Hindalco Indus. 1 1603 206.5* 180 34318 607.3 2.9 1.00 0.8 1.6 1606 7597.3 294.1 1606Q 7597.3 -11 294.1 381 40.04 0 43.23 364.7 31946 154.70 165/59 60265 40.2
National Alumini 5 U1603 1288.6 52 6816 731.0 2.8 2.00 0.0 5.4 1603 1874.4 207.9 - - -11 - - 80.93 0 12.01 82.8 12757 49.50 51/30 8129 17.5
4 AQUACULTURE
IND. COMPOSITE 48 2337 156 20
Avanti Feeds Lim 2 1603 9.1 83 2018 155.3 34.2 7.00 0.0 41.2 1606 756.6 46.6 1606Q 756.6 25 46.6 2 43.94 0 29.32 14.9 2614 575.60 690/333 2550 16.7
Waterbase Ltd. 10 U1603 38.6 26 319 0.7 0.2 - 0.1 0.7 1606 135.3 9.0 1606Q 135.3 34 9.0 8 57.39 0 1.63 26.7 424 109.75 177/61 406 -
5 AUTO - 2 & 3 WHEELERS
IND. COMPOSITE 400 63071 7365 24
Atul Auto Ltd 5 1603 11.3* 68 531 47.4 20.9 5.25 0.0 30.6 1606 93.0 5.0 1606Q 93.0 -13 5.0 -29 52.69 0 15.15 19.6 1002 442.45 581/386 989 22.1
Bajaj Auto Ltd. 10 1603 289.4 425 22688 3652.4 126.2 55.00 0.0 29.7 1606 6088.8 978.4 1606Q 6088.8 4 978.4 2 49.29 0 25.91 77.6 87797 3034.10 3122/2173 87100 23.3
*Hero MotoCorp 2 1603 39.9* 398 28599 3132.4 156.9 72.00 0.0 39.4 1606 8010.7 883.1 1606Q 8010.7 8 883.1 18 34.63 0 56.34 84.4 72364 3623.80 3740/2300 72233 22.0
Maha. Scooters 10 1603 11.4 273 9 101.0 88.4 30.00 0.0 32.4 1606 0.9 1.4 1606Q 0.9 -62 1.4 -31 50.99 0 12.16 9.9 1740 1522.10 1691/941 1733 17.3
TVS Motor Co. Ltd. 1 1603 47.5 41 11244 432.1 9.1 2.50 0.4 22.3 1606 2880.9 121.3 1606Q 2880.9 12 121.3 21 57.39 0 29.78 109.9 15678 330.00 343/220 16403 33.9
6 AUTO - ANCILLARIES
IND. COMPOSITE 1146 67157 3828 42
Amara Raja Batt. 1 1603 17.1 123 4691 489.4 28.7 4.25 0.0 23.3 1606 1469.0 130.7 1606Q 1469.0 17 130.7 7 52.06 1 28.73 43.0 17379 1017.45 1077/773 17302 34.9
Amtek Auto Ltd. 2 U1603 45.0 197 1512 -660.8 -58.8 - 1.6 - 1603 651.0 -528.7 - - -27 - - 47.42 0 13.32 86.5 1037 46.15 58/26 9075 -
Automotive Axles 10 1603 15.1 217 1086 34.8 23.0 5.50 0.1 10.6 1606 292.8 11.1 1606Q 292.8 25 11.1 42 71.03 0 15.29 10.0 1180 780.95 817/510 1209 31.0
*Banco Products 2 1603 14.3 63 493 82.1 11.5 4.60 0.0 18.1 1606 138.9 32.9 1606Q 138.9 22 32.9 38 67.88 0 4.49 17.0 1600 223.75 242/90 1529 17.5
*Bosch Ltd. 10 1603 31.4 2640 10613 1245.9 396.8 85.00 0.0 15.0 1606 2519.6 378.7 1606Q 2519.6 9 378.7 1 71.17 0 19.34 51.3 76000 24204.55
2 5650/15753 74187 54.5
*Castex Technologies 2 U1603 75.6 74 1018 -613.5 -32.5 - 1.4 - 1606 436.5 -178.2 1606Q 436.5 -33 -178.2 -69 46.85 50 1.18 36.7 415 10.97 40/5 5220 -
Exide Inds. 1 1603 85.0 52 6809 622.8 7.3 2.40 0.0 14.0 1606 2011.1 196.1 1606Q 2011.1 11 196.1 26 45.99 0 35.46 89.4 16205 190.65 196/116 16234 24.4
Federal-Mogul Goetze 10 1603 55.6 88 1328 44.0 7.9 - 0.4 9.0 1606 340.8 16.7 1606Q 340.8 -1 16.7 71 74.98 0 13.61 17.3 2627 472.25 591/271 2775 51.6
*FIEM Industries 10 1603 12.0 228 987 57.2 47.8 8.00 0.4 20.9 1606 245.2 11.5 1606Q 245.2 21 11.5 20 69.95 0 11.90 7.9 1336 1116.95 1140/495 1442 22.6
Gabriel India 1 1603 14.4 26 1438 75.2 5.2 1.20 0.0 19.8 1606 370.4 19.4 1606Q 370.4 8 19.4 11 54.63 0 18.28 56.3 1692 117.80 123/75 1664 21.9
Harita Seating Syst. 10 1603 7.8 89 308 25.3 32.6 6.00 0.0 36.8 1606 80.8 3.4 1606Q 80.8 8 3.4 5 66.35 0 8.69 6.2 430 553.45 676/190 430 16.9
Hind. Composites 10 1603 4.9 1194 184 39.1 79.4 1.00 0.0 6.7 1603 68.4 18.9 - - 4 - - 74.97 0 0.01 11.9 751 1524.85 1591/750 752 19.2
India Nippon Ele 10 1603 11.3 208 340 25.3 22.4 9.00 0.0 10.6 1606 84.0 6.1 1606Q 84.0 7 6.1 37 66.38 0 0.38 7.7 488 431.15 452/315 477 18.1
Jamna Auto Inds. 5 1603 39.8 31 1092 72.3 9.1 2.75 0.0 29.4 1606 293.7 27.3 1606Q 293.7 16 27.3 96 47.91 9 6.48 29.1 1733 217.60 240/92 1737 20.2

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Jay Bharat Marut 5 1603 10.8 112 1302 40.4 18.7 2.00 0.4 16.7 1606 333.3 7.0 1606Q 333.3 4 7.0 -12 58.55 0 0.04 11.6 416 192.00 200/114 509 10.5
JBM Auto 5 1603 20.4 49 567 24.6 6.0 1.75 1.1 12.4 1606 175.6 13.6 1606Q 175.6 16 13.6 136 61.97 0 2.90 11.3 902 221.05 241/101 1106 27.8
JMT Auto Ltd. 2 U1603 50.4 7 336 4.9 0.2 - 0.9 2.9 1603 88.7 3.9 - - -28 - - 71.73 100 17.73 9.8 1218 48.35 106/36 1367 -
LG Balakrishnan&Bros 10 1603 15.7 252 1090 57.5 36.6 6.00 0.3 14.5 1606 264.3 9.5 1606Q 264.3 7 9.5 6 47.45 0 15.04 17.1 834 531.25 584/397 939 14.4
Lumax Auto Technolog 10 1603 13.6 100 562 19.6 14.3 4.70 0.1 14.3 1606 147.5 3.3 1606Q 147.5 8 3.3 -13 55.66 0 17.59 7.9 591 433.20 444/233 601 31.0
Lumax Inds. 10 1603 9.3 210 1255 37.4 40.0 12.00 0.5 18.3 1606 303.5 9.7 1606Q 303.5 -5 9.7 -15 73.56 0 1.75 20.6 692 740.30 814/357 784 19.4
*Minda Corporation 2 1603 41.9 17 705 46.5 2.2 0.50 0.2 13.4 1606 180.6 10.4 1606Q 180.6 13 10.4 11 65.23 0 19.21 5.7 2447 116.90 144/70 2456 51.5
Minda Industries 2 1603 15.9* 55 1469 79.4 10.0 1.40 0.2 18.2 1606 400.8 22.6 1606Q 400.8 17 22.6 66 70.88 0 4.59 7.9 2416 304.53 1648/493 2498 27.3
MothersonSumiSystems 1 1603 132.3 18 5312 711.9 5.4 2.50 0.1 29.2 1606 1421.5 143.7 1606Q 1421.5 18 143.7 -10 65.60 9 23.62 112.9 43543 329.15 359/206 43862 62.5
Munjal Auto Industr. 2 1603 10.0 44 885 20.1 4.0 1.40 0.2 9.2 1606 224.4 8.1 1606Q 224.4 3 8.1 78 74.80 0 0.12 19.6 468 93.60 114/62 518 19.8
Munjal Showa Ltd 2 1603 8.0 113 1502 61.2 15.3 4.00 0.0 13.5 1606 385.5 14.6 1606Q 385.5 -1 14.6 -18 65.01 0 3.74 13.6 824 205.95 218/150 821 14.2
*Phoenix Lamps 10 1603 28.0 63 218 1.4 0.5 - 0.2 0.8 1606 57.7 6.2 1606Q 57.7 16 6.2 88 61.92 0 0.39 23.3 403 143.95 152/88 442 93.6
Precision Camshafts 10 U1603 94.7 32 438 54.9 5.8 1.00 0.7 17.9 1606 117.6 18.5 1606Q 117.6 -0 18.5 8 63.91 0 16.62 54.1 1346 142.10 185/126 1414 23.9
Pricol Ltd. 1 1603 9.5 32 1127 43.2 4.6 - 0.1 14.4 1606 318.7 22.2 1606Q 318.7 38 22.2 1252 40.72 7 5.98 29.9 1137 119.90 124/29 1163 17.8
Rane (Madras) 10 1603 10.5 145 861 14.1 13.4 4.50 1.6 9.2 1606 227.6 2.7 1606Q 227.6 12 2.7 61 57.84 0 0.38 6.5 452 430.50 489/267 685 30.0
Rane Brake Lining Lt 10 1603 7.9 174 448 25.8 32.5 10.00 0.2 18.7 1606 121.5 10.5 1606Q 121.5 17 10.5 118 66.58 0 9.74 6.8 816 1030.65 1076/270 835 26.0
*Rico Auto Inds. 1 1603 13.5 34 908 27.1 2.0 0.60 0.4 5.9 1606 247.3 14.1 1606Q 247.3 14 14.1 174 50.10 0 3.73 48.3 904 66.85 69/28 1076 25.1
Setco Automotive 2 U1603 26.7 15 505 33.4 2.5 0.80 1.2 14.3 1606 113.6 3.6 1606Q 113.6 10 3.6 -16 63.53 49 4.09 9.2 599 44.80 55/28 792 19.0
Shanthi Gears 1 1603 8.2 35 165 18.2 2.2 0.50 0.0 6.4 1606 46.4 4.9 1606Q 46.4 23 4.9 159 70.12 0 5.10 15.3 1034 126.50 139/78 976 48.7
Sharda Motor Ind 10 1603 5.9 388 927 34.2 57.6 12.50 0.5 14.8 1606 244.1 12.6 1606Q 244.1 14 12.6 144 74.95 0 0.00 2.2 694 1167.45 1438/726 763 16.7
*Shivam Autotech Ltd. 2 1603 20.0 20 424 19.2 1.9 0.40 1.4 9.8 1606 118.8 1.2 1606Q 118.8 5 1.2 -85 74.79 0 2.18 14.1 461 46.05XB 75/40 733 36.4
Shriram Pistons 10 U1603 22.4 308 1393 92.7 41.5 - 0.4 13.2 1606 363.3 32.6 1606Q 363.3 9 32.6 88 - 0 0.00 - 2893 1293.35 2973/385 3082 26.8
Sona Koyo Steer. 1 1603 19.9 14 1077 25.0 1.3 0.50 0.8 9.1 1606 264.2 3.1 1606Q 264.2 2 3.1 77 52.33 0 1.48 53.3 1225 61.65 68/37 1428 46.5
*Steel Strips Wheels 10 1603 15.5* 296 1182 61.2 39.4 1.50 1.3 13.3 1606 325.4 18.6 1606Q 325.4 11 18.6 53 59.01 5 0.54 12.1 896 577.45 597/284 1372 13.3
Subros Ltd. 2 1603 12.0 56 1307 24.0 4.0 0.80 0.9 7.2 1606 324.4 -0.8 1606Q 324.4 10 -0.8 -119 40.00 0 3.49 60.4 810 135.00 139/71 1100 42.1
Sundaram Clayton 5 1603 10.1 213 1415 139.6 69.0 41.00 0.6 32.4 1606 346.5 11.4 1606Q 346.5 0 11.4 -66 74.99 0 15.31 15.5 5024 2483.10 2644/1755 5301 42.9
Sundaram Fasten. 1 1603 21.0 48 2607 211.2 10.0 2.15 0.5 20.8 1606 713.0 75.5 1606Q 713.0 13 75.5 79 49.53 0 21.49 39.6 6147 292.55 305/135 6689 25.1
*Suprajit Enginee 1 1603 13.1 32 588 50.0 3.8 1.05 0.4 12.1 1606 143.5 12.8 1606Q 143.5 16 12.8 3 47.36 0 15.53 11.2 2495 190.00 217/122 2674 49.6
*The Hi-Tech Gears 10 1603 18.8 88 450 21.2 11.3 3.00 0.2 10.8 1606 122.7 6.5 1606Q 122.7 6 6.5 -2 55.29 0 0.11 4.8 577 307.50 334/220 603 27.4
WABCO India 5 1603 9.5 556 1838 204.6 107.9 6.00 0.0 19.4 1606 536.7 73.9 1606Q 536.7 39 73.9 56 74.99 0 10.54 25.8 12030 6342.45 7400/5172 11817 52.1
Wheels India Ltd. 10 1603 12.0 339 2016 40.0 33.2 9.00 0.8 9.8 1606 534.0 14.6 1606Q 534.0 9 14.6 88 74.99 0 7.39 7.3 1590 1321.65 1417/771 1921 34.0
*ZF Steering Gear 10 1603 9.1 308 381 45.1 49.7 12.50 0.1 16.1 1606 111.1 13.5 1606Q 111.1 32 13.5 51 73.65 0 1.18 10.3 1413 1557.05 1760/1045 1444 28.5
7 AUTO - CARS & JEEPS
IND. COMPOSITE 462 98631 7739 33
Mahi. & Mahi 5 1603 310.5 350 40885 3167.5 51.0 12.00 0.1 14.6 1606 11942.9 955.2 1606Q 11942.9 14 955.2 12 25.41 5 55.58 166.7 91356 1470.90 1509/1092 90903 27.8
Maruti Suzuki India 5 1603 151.0 894 57746 4571.4 151.3 35.00 0.0 16.9 1606 14927.3 1486.2 1606Q 14927.3 12 1486.2 23 56.20 0 37.16 155.5 163153 5401.00 5499/3202 1 63192 3 3.5
8 AUTO - LCVS/HCVS
IND. COMPOSITE 1019 71604 2416 119
Ashok Leyland 1 1603 284.6 16 18822 721.8 2.5 0.95 0.4 13.1 1606 4258.8 290.8 1606Q 4258.8 10 290.8 101 44.29 7 22.01 408.0 24830 87.25 113/78 25247 29.1
Eicher Motors 10 1603 27.2* 791 6188 1229.8 361.7 1 00.00 0.0 57.2 1606 1557.5 337.1 1606Q 1557.5 42 337.1 70 50.66 0 36.20 70.2 62419 22949.75 2 3558/14818 62397 51.7
*Force Motors 10 1603 13.2 1124 3060 179.4 136.2 10.00 0.0 12.1 1606 854.1 51.5 1606Q 854.1 33 51.5 44 60.11 0 5.45 44.8 4094 3107.05 3785/2035 3779 21.0
SML Isuzu Ltd. 10 1603 14.5 235 1164 51.2 35.4 8.00 0.2 15.0 1606 463.2 41.1 1606Q 463.2 21 41.1 42 43.96 0 7.33 29.2 1946 1344.75 1455/646 1965 30.8
Tata Motors Ltd. 2 1603 679.1* 66 42370 234.2 0.7 0.50 0.6 1.0 1606 11464.7 25.8 1606Q 11464.7 10 25.8 -91 33.00 0 41.73 467.6 194572 573.00 599/266 2 08160 -
9 AUTO - TRACTORS
IND. COMPOSITE 1335 4164 139 37
*Escorts Ltd. 10 1603 122.6 150 3472 89.4 7.3 1.20 0.2 4.8 1606 1051.4 47.0 1606Q 1051.4 8 47.0 29 43.00 0 11.95 90.6 4503 367.35 375/113 4562 45.0
HMT Ltd. 10 U1603 1204.1 3 45 -24.7 -0.2 - 2.0 - 1606 7.5 -32.6 1606Q 7.5 -29 -32.6 -29 93.68 0 0.00 22.0 4931 40.95 60/35 5006 -
VST Tillers Tr 10 1603 8.6 486 647 74.1 85.8 15.00 0.0 17.6 1606 178.1 20.0 1606Q 178.1 7 20.0 -4 53.98 0 18.06 10.7 1627 1883.45 2035/1274 1600 22.2
10 BEARINGS
IND. COMPOSITE 162 6555 607 33
Fag Bearings Ind 10 1512 16.6 775 1724 197.5 118.8 10.00 0.0 15.3 1606 452.6 45.3 1606H 870.1 3 87.7 -3 51.32 0 32.06 10.2 6776 4077.55 4438/3707 6305 34.8
Menon Bearings L 1 1603 5.6* 9 111 14.9 2.7 1.00 0.2 28.7 1606 31.0 4.7 1606Q 31.0 16 4.7 55 74.67 0 0.00 8.0 466 83.15XB 93/38 473 28.2
NRB Bearings Lim 2 1603 19.4 31 659 46.0 4.7 1.40 0.7 15.3 1606 174.6 14.1 1606Q 174.6 9 14.1 34 54.96 5 34.10 9.8 1289 132.95 162/104 1483 26.0
SKF India 10 1603 52.7 298 2998 257.1 39.0 15.00 0.0 16.4 1606 703.2 60.4 1606Q 703.2 15 60.4 30 53.58 0 32.45 24.3 7505 1423.30 1455/1040 6808 34.2
*Timken India Ltd 10 1603 68.0 77 1062 91.9 13.5 1.00 0.0 17.6 1606 300.2 28.4 1606Q 300.2 13 28.4 21 75.02 0 11.08 54.1 3882 570.95 632/401 3853 40.1
11 BEVERAGES
IND. COMPOSITE 291 16854 1475 40
G M Breweries Ltd. 10 1603 14.6* 124 360 58.3 39.9 2.50 0.0 32.2 1606 89.0 12.6 1606Q 89.0 10 12.6 -21 74.43 0 2.16 12.0 853 583.10XB 928/246 819 15.5
Manpasand Beverage 10 1603 50.1 120 557 50.6 10.1 1.00 0.0 8.4 1606 236.9 28.6 1606Q 236.9 53 28.6 82 50.42 0 44.51 4.5 3691 737.35 765/370 3598 58.1
Radico Khaitan Ltd. 2 1603 26.6 67 1543 76.9 5.8 0.80 0.8 8.5 1606 430.4 21.5 1606Q 430.4 9 21.5 19 40.46 10 39.33 34.6 1443 108.45 131/83 2139 18.0
Som Distilleries 10 U1603 27.5 48 221 13.4 4.9 1.50 0.5 10.2 1606 87.4 7.1 1606Q 87.4 13 7.1 11 22.97 0 0.00 6.5 438 159.05 210/151 458 27.7
United Breweries Ltd 1 1603 26.4 80 5081 294.6 11.1 1.15 0.2 14.0 1606 1562.3 147.1 1606Q 1562.3 8 147.1 20 73.88 20 20.30 34.9 21552 815.10 1014/690 21951 67.4
United Spirits 10 1603 145.3 193 9092 981.2 67.5 - 1.3 35.0 1606 2040.5 43.8 1606Q 2040.5 9 43.8 277 58.47 3 28.91 91.9 33667 2316.60 3645/2120 37328 33.0
12 CABLES - POWER/OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 15 2326 62 19
KEI Industries 2 1603 15.4 47 2326 62.2 8.1 0.50 1.2 17.0 1606 560.7 16.9 1606Q 560.7 8 16.9 45 49.39 0 22.72 24.4 901 116.65 129/86 1332 13.4
13 CABLES - TELEPHONE
IND. COMPOSITE 233 7386 564 22
Finolex Cables 2 1603 30.6 96 2461 248.8 16.3 2.50 0.0 16.9 1606 596.6 67.2 1606Q 596.6 1 67.2 40 35.85 0 24.34 37.6 6446 421.45 450/201 6253 24.1
Shilpi Cable Technol 10 U1603 110.6 31 1906 56.3 5.1 1.00 0.7 16.7 1606 532.5 17.4 1606Q 532.5 25 17.4 26 41.19 74 12.39 8.7 2255 203.80 212/44 2395 37.7
Sterlite Technologie 2 1603 79.4* 21 2036 181.1 4.6 1.00 0.8 22.2 1606 520.5 33.4 1606Q 520.5 -47 33.4 65 54.74 0 15.80 121.5 3434 86.45 109/69 4062 21.9
Vindhya Telelink 10 1603 11.9 310 984 77.3 65.3 6.00 0.8 21.0 1606 213.1 15.1 1606Q 213.1 4 15.1 -25 43.59 0 13.17 8.1 699 589.90 975/540 967 9.7
14 CARBON BLACK
IND. COMPOSITE 45 2169 76 21
Oriental Carbon 10 1603 10.3 278 275 53.0 51.5 8.50 0.2 18.5 1606 75.5 14.6 1606Q 75.5 5 14.6 2 51.04 0 13.68 14.1 719 698.75 763/385 759 13.5

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Databank Updated Information Updated as on Sept 9, 2016

AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Phillips Carbon 10 1603 34.5 152 1895 22.9 6.6 2.50 1.7 4.4 1606 478.2 12.0 1606Q 478.2 0 12.0 409 53.56 0 6.95 31.2 856 248.30 273/80 1714 26.3
15 CASTINGS AND FORGINGS
IND. COMPOSITE 1329 14770 1035 27
AIA Engineering 2 1603 18.9 214 1850 587.7 62.3 18.00 0.1 29.1 1606 459.7 79.4 1606Q 459.7 1 79.4 -7 61.65 0 33.31 18.2 11528 1222.20 1328/700 11629 19.8
Bharat Forge 2 1603 46.6* 156 4305 701.1 30.1 7.50 0.4 19.3 1606 957.0 122.1 1606Q 957.0 -19 122.1 -38 46.74 0 33.01 113.1 20108 863.55 1054/687 21195 32.0
*Electrosteel Cas 1 1603 35.7 56 1972 59.0 1.7 0.50 1.0 2.3 1606 420.9 10.1 1606Q 420.9 -12 10.1 -15 53.01 17 9.46 61.6 807 22.60 27/16 2630 14.1
Hinduja Foundries Lt 10 1603 207.1* -15 845 -394.3 -12.7 - -2.3 - 1606 166.4 -36.6 1606Q 166.4 10 -36.6 63 53.25 0 14.31 8.7 1139 55.00 65/27 1536 -
Jayaswal Neco Indust 10 U1603 638.6 33 2633 -86.5 -1.4 - 1.7 - 1606 582.2 -118.8 1606Q 582.2 -17 -118.8 -1361 68.78 12 2.17 40.3 479 7.50 11/7 4222 -
*M M Forgings Ltd. 10 1603 12.1 232 502 50.1 41.5 6.00 0.7 17.9 1606 119.0 10.4 1606Q 119.0 -4 10.4 -19 56.40 0 16.79 8.3 512 424.50 565/336 582 10.8
Mahindra CIE Auto 10 1512 323.6* 73 1204 30.9 1.3 - 0.0 1.3 1606 404.5 11.3 1606H 808.7 95 26.6 -17 74.73 0 13.73 55.0 6410 198.10 278/157 6395 1 55.6
Nelcast Ltd. 2 1603 17.4 35 561 31.9 3.7 0.80 0.3 10.4 1606 158.8 7.8 1606Q 158.8 12 7.8 9 74.42 0 1.99 13.8 555 63.75 77/50 582 17.0
*Ramkrishna Forgings 10 1603 28.7 164 897 54.9 19.1 2.00 1.7 11.6 1606 217.8 6.2 1606Q 217.8 -8 6.2 -65 50.40 0 22.25 8.9 1103 384.65 665/265 1910 25.4
16 CEMENT
IND. COMPOSITE 2565 84055 5607 55
ACC 10 1512 187.8* 450 11797 591.6 31.5 17.00 0.0 7.0 1606 2917.2 237.8 1606H 5907.8 -3 470.0 26 50.33 0 33.39 99.8 31046 1653.25 1738/1173 30990 45.0
Ambuja Cements Ltd. 2 1512 397.1* 52 9461 807.6 4.1 2.80 0.0 7.8 1606 2560.7 399.5 1606H 5005.4 1 703.3 29 61.62 0 31.23 166.4 54129 272.60 282/185 51303 56.0
Anjani Portland 10 1603 25.3* 60 306 18.8 7.4 - 1.1 12.3 1603 73.1 -1.0 - - 31 - - 74.99 0 0.16 8.2 411 162.50 200/105 517 21.9
Birla Corporation Lt 10 1603 77.0 352 3275 157.4 20.4 6.00 0.3 5.8 1606 900.7 94.3 1606Q 900.7 14 94.3 467 62.89 0 19.93 21.9 4914 638.10 697/322 5489 20.9
*Deccan Cements 10 1603 7.0 409 579 45.6 65.1 5.00 0.3 15.9 1606 132.0 11.4 1606Q 132.0 -17 11.4 -18 56.18 0 8.26 5.7 668 953.55 1109/430 711 15.5
*Heidelberg Cement In 10 1603 226.6 39 1655 38.6 1.7 - 0.9 4.3 1606 470.5 26.3 1606Q 470.5 7 26.3 684 69.38 0 17.38 47.3 3058 134.95 145/60 3806 49.7
India Cements Lt 10 1603 307.2 110 4227 137.8 4.5 1.00 0.7 3.8 1606 1205.7 44.0 1606Q 1205.7 -2 44.0 16 28.62 76 41.80 99.7 4586 149.30 156/64 6988 32.4
JK Cement 10 1603 69.9 245 3560 101.5 14.5 4.00 1.5 5.9 1606 897.8 60.9 1606Q 897.8 10 60.9 37909 67.02 0 25.05 81.9 5553 794.10 847/425 7581 34.2
JK Lakshmi Cement L 5 1603 58.8 113 2620 6.3 0.5 0.25 1.3 0.5 1606 777.2 28.7 1606Q 777.2 32 28.7 222 45.94 0 32.36 77.1 5570 473.35 477/253 7252 95.3
KCP Ltd. 1 1603 12.9 30 750 42.9 3.3 1.00 0.8 11.1 1606 182.4 3.2 1606Q 182.4 -12 3.2 -91 47.33 7 7.86 18.2 1232 95.55 108/59 1514 -
*Mangalam Cement 10 1603 26.7 184 842 -20.5 -7.7 0.50 0.7 - 1606 225.2 22.6 1606Q 225.2 6 22.6 220 13.27 0 16.19 24.8 918 344.00 375/151 1234 -
NCL Industries 10 U1603 36.7 55 663 53.1 14.5 2.00 1.0 26.1 1606 167.5 9.1 1606Q 167.5 6 9.1 -55 49.05 83 0.08 39.9 467 127.20 184/80 617 11.1
*OCL India Limi 2 1603 11.4 247 2665 236.3 41.5 4.00 0.8 16.8 1606 708.6 105.8 1606Q 708.6 4 105.8 117 74.88 68 2.43 9.5 5172 908.95 919/390 6262 17.6
Orient Cement Ltd. 1 1603 20.5 50 1509 62.2 3.0 1.00 1.3 6.1 1606 437.1 -7.6 1606Q 437.1 25 -7.6 -127 37.50 8 38.79 18.4 4019 196.15 210/129 5270 1 50.0
Prism Cement Lim 10 1603 503.4 20 5550 8.4 0.2 - 1.7 0.8 1606 1409.6 15.7 1606Q 1409.6 3 15.7 295 74.87 0 16.16 87.3 5585 110.95 118/56 7117 -
Rain Industries 2 1512 67.3 9 86 26.1 0.8 1.00 0.9 8.4 1606 31.2 -1.4 1606H 35.2 10 1.1 145 41.09 18 30.01 41.3 1653 49.15 50/26 1906 -
*Sagar Cements 10 1603 17.4 318 622 49.8 28.6 5.00 0.3 9.0 1606 136.4 4.6 1606Q 136.4 -30 4.6 -80 56.93 0 7.88 9.2 1062 610.80 719/350 1233 33.6
Saurashtra Cemen 10 1603 60.2* 44 530 43.8 7.3 1.00 0.1 16.4 1606 143.3 22.0 1606Q 143.3 11 22.0 138 64.63 99 2.50 11.3 479 79.55 85/38 434 8.5
Shree Cement 10 1603 34.8 1774 5568 454.9 174.1 24.00 0.1 7.4 1606 2494.2 507.7 1606Q 2494.2 45 507.7 388 64.78 0 29.24 16.6 60411 17341.05 18100/9350 60845 62.8
The Ramco Cements 1 1603 24.0* 129 3596 558.3 23.3 3.00 0.6 18.1 1606 972.1 155.9 1606Q 972.1 3 155.9 57 42.29 5 40.78 21.7 14100 587.55 599/312 15769 22.9
*Udaipur Cement Works 4 1603 118.1 1 88 12.0 0.4 - 10.2 29.6 1606 18.9 0.6 1606Q 18.9 -16 0.6 141 74.99 0 0.70 22.6 645 21.85 23/9 974 -
UltraTech Cement 10 1603 274.4* 756 24107 2174.7 79.2 9.50 0.2 10.5 1606 6232.5 774.9 1606Q 6232.5 4 774.9 28 62.34 0 26.84 293.9 109000 3971.70 4130/2581 111595 46.2
17 CEMENT - PRODUCTS/BUIL D ING MA T ERIALS
IND. COMPOSITE 241 3514 104 37
HIL 10 1603 7.5 611 1096 39.7 53.1 17.50 0.3 8.6 1606 386.6 31.5 1606Q 386.6 -4 31.5 -20 40.99 0 6.76 16.0 470 629.30 775/422 612 14.7
Indian Hume Pipe 2 1603 4.8 127 939 29.1 12.0 3.20 1.0 9.5 1606 447.6 26.0 1606Q 447.6 111 26.0 311 69.92 0 5.13 11.5 1599 660.10 679/273 1899 32.8
Ramco Industries 1 1603 8.7 58 702 33.7 3.9 0.50 0.6 6.7 1606 233.9 30.3 1606Q 233.9 -2 30.3 327 53.92 12 6.00 11.9 1443 166.50 182/79 1744 25.4
Sanghi Industrie 10 1603 220.0 41 777 1.5 0.1 - 0.6 0.2 1606 270.7 23.8 1606Q 270.7 3 23.8 9401 74.98 67 6.20 15.4 1733 78.80 91/45 2192 68.5
18 CERAMICS/TILES/SANI TAR Y WARE
IND. COMPOSITE 75 7928 514 38
Asian Granito India 10 U1603 30.1* 106 872 17.6 5.8 - 0.5 5.5 1606 193.1 4.9 1606Q 193.1 -0 4.9 46 37.51 0 0.09 7.3 750 249.40 255/92 905 39.3
Cera Sanitaryware L 5 1603 6.5 324 934 83.5 64.2 9.00 0.1 19.8 1606 223.9 21.4 1606Q 223.9 15 21.4 37 54.74 0 20.31 15.6 3097 2381.15 2525/1475 3064 34.7
HSIL Ltd. 2 1603 14.5 208 1944 116.7 16.1 4.00 0.3 7.8 1606 498.6 26.5 1606Q 498.6 21 26.5 53 47.11 0 32.82 28.0 2509 347.05 370/224 2975 19.9
Kajaria Ceramics 2 1603 15.9 114 2448 234.9 29.6 5.00 0.0 25.8 1606 640.5 65.4 1606Q 640.5 13 65.4 41 47.17 0 31.97 19.8 10745 1352.15 1375/693 10786 42.3
Somany Ceramics Ltd. 2 1603 8.5 99 1731 61.1 14.4 2.30 0.4 14.5 1606 413.9 17.9 1606Q 413.9 5 17.9 71 51.53 0 16.39 7.1 2460 580.45 648/321 2607 35.9
19 CHEMICALS
IND. COMPOSITE 545 22849 1808 32
*Aarti Ind. Ltd 5 1603 41.7 128 2717 252.4 30.3 8.50 1.1 23.6 1606 682.9 82.5 1606Q 682.9 -0 82.5 35 54.80 0 15.46 19.8 5056 606.80 635/402 6249 18.4
Adi Finechem 10 U1603 13.8 49 152 10.6 7.7 2.50 0.5 15.7 1606 45.4 4.1 1606Q 45.4 19 4.1 572 62.76 0 8.01 4.6 536 388.65 410/170 562 38.0
Alkyl Amines Che 5 1603 10.2 98 484 49.9 24.4 10.00 0.5 25.0 1606 108.7 11.0 1606Q 108.7 -15 11.0 -9 74.19 0 0.81 7.9 639 313.30 394/285 733 13.1
Balaji Amines Li 2 1603 6.5 90 635 61.3 18.9 2.00 0.5 21.0 1606 165.7 26.3 1606Q 165.7 4 26.3 105 54.42 0 1.43 6.7 933 287.90 311/114 1058 12.5
BASF India Lt 10 1603 43.3 268 4752 4.5 1.0 1.00 1.2 0.4 1606 1512.6 9.8 1606Q 1512.6 12 9.8 -89 73.33 0 8.64 44.4 4877 1126.60 1199/700 6223 -
Camlin Fine Sciences 1 1603 10.3* 12 412 25.8 2.5 0.45 1.2 21.2 1606 102.1 6.5 1606Q 102.1 3 6.5 18 39.84 0 5.13 28.3 920 89.15 121/76 1052 34.4
Dai Ichi Karkari 10 1603 7.5 133 116 15.6 20.9 3.00 0.0 15.1 1606 32.9 4.3 1606Q 32.9 10 4.3 28 63.68 0 0.02 5.2 436 585.80 625/285 431 26.4
Deepak Nitrite 2 1603 23.3 41 1336 65.1 5.6 1.20 0.8 13.7 1606 313.7 67.9 1606Q 313.7 -7 67.9 408 51.95 0 14.00 14.7 1483 127.50 134/55 1873 12.4
Elantas Beck India L 10 1512 7.9 217 344 41.8 52.7 5.00 0.0 24.3 1606 97.7 14.1 1606H 188.8 9 27.5 30 74.99 0 6.63 8.5 1292 1629.75 1850/1160 1280 26.9
Foseco India Lim 10 1512 6.4 171 292 31.7 49.7 26.50 0.0 29.1 1606 87.4 9.9 1606H 166.2 18 18.3 19 74.98 0 0.10 7.5 910 1425.00 1574/1070 896 26.3
Grauer & Weil 1 1603 22.7 11 423 39.0 1.7 0.28 0.1 15.5 1606 95.6 12.6 1606Q 95.6 6 12.6 76 68.98 0 0.00 18.4 755 33.30 38/16 768 17.0
*Guj. Fluorochemi 1 U1603 11.0 269 1338 104.2 9.5 3.50 0.2 3.5 1606 373.0 33.2 1606Q 373.0 6 33.2 22 68.33 0 7.95 12.9 6292 572.75 705/401 6602 57.1
I G Petrochemicals L 10 1603 30.8 95 953 60.4 19.6 2.00 0.3 20.7 1606 255.5 30.1 1606Q 255.5 -10 30.1 3 72.21 0 0.08 28.5 524 170.25 184/72 600 8.6
IOL Chemicals and Ph 10 U1603 56.2 30 582 -40.0 -7.1 - 2.4 - 1606 162.3 0.7 1606Q 162.3 18 0.7 104 39.91 0 0.11 9.9 827 147.05 154/57 1254 -
*Jayant Agro Org 5 1603 7.5 137 562 21.6 14.4 3.75 0.5 10.5 1606 165.3 10.1 1606Q 165.3 21 10.1 211 65.71 0 0.10 5.3 512 341.10 358/101 597 18.0
Kesar Petroprod. 1 U1603 9.7 3 144 12.1 1.3 - 0.5 21.5 1606 41.1 5.5 1606Q 41.1 -10 5.5 159 36.20 0 0.00 26.0 476 49.25 67/28 480 30.8
National Peroxid 10 1603 5.7 383 234 18.0 31.3 10.00 0.0 8.2 1606 63.5 12.1 1606Q 63.5 13 12.1 348 70.51 3 0.01 7.6 452 786.00 816/470 461 16.5
Navin Fluorine Inter 10 1603 9.8* 646 636 86.5 88.2 21.00 0.0 13.6 1606 164.4 28.6 1606Q 164.4 9 28.6 58 38.70 16 27.74 92.2 2326 2373.10 2521/1101 2341 24.0
Pidilite Inds. 1 1603 51.3 55 4735 703.0 13.7 4.15 0.0 25.1 1606 1489.3 272.4 1606Q 1489.3 7 272.4 20 69.59 0 19.98 68.1 36423 710.45 770/521 36353 48.2
Ram Minerals & Chemi 1 U1603 4.1 6 32 0.1 0.0 - 0.0 0.4 1606 5.2 0.0 1606Q 5.2 3 0.0 -17 21.80 0 1.33 0.8 432 105.05 250/90 431 -
S H Kelkar & Company 10 1603 144.6 38 561 70.8 4.9 1.50 0.0 12.9 1606 158.1 22.8 1606Q 158.1 15 22.8 43 56.71 0 16.30 21.0 4548 314.50 354/200 4503 58.6
Thirumalai Chem. 10 1603 10.2 180 780 42.7 41.7 10.00 0.1 23.2 1606 167.9 15.5 1606Q 167.9 -26 15.5 -14 41.71 0 0.55 15.9 440 429.85 432/129 452 10.9
Vinati Organics 2 1603 10.3 105 631 131.6 25.5 4.00 0.0 24.3 1606 167.1 35.7 1606Q 167.1 2 35.7 15 72.61 0 8.14 19.0 3148 610.15 631/361 3091 23.1

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
20 CHEMICALS - CHLRO A L KALI
IND. COMPOSITE 428 15175 1073 17
GHCL 10 1603 100.0 99 2559 256.6 25.7 3.50 1.2 26.0 1606 730.8 102.8 1606Q 730.8 25 102.8 68 18.46 0 21.84 54.2 2466 246.60 270/95 3592 8.2
*Guj. Alkalie & C 10 1603 73.4 316 1966 221.7 30.2 4.50 0.1 9.6 1606 523.4 86.3 1606Q 523.4 10 86.3 96 46.27 0 7.27 49.4 2389 325.25 338/130 2566 9.0
Tata Chemicals 10 1603 254.8 251 10650 594.6 23.3 10.00 0.4 9.3 1606 1953.2 203.0 1606Q 1953.2 -17 203.0 21 30.94 5 47.37 183.8 14247 559.25 575/310 16364 21.9
21 COMPRESSORS
IND. COMPOSITE 60 2037 122 44
Elgi Equipments 1 1603 15.8 34 869 23.8 1.5 1.00 0.1 4.4 1606 207.3 19.9 1606Q 207.3 11 19.9 64 31.90 0 27.52 18.4 3091 195.10 203/119 3117 98.1
Ingersoll Rand 10 1603 31.6 316 659 62.2 19.7 6.00 0.0 6.2 1606 151.8 15.8 1606Q 151.8 6 15.8 105 73.99 0 8.63 23.7 2369 750.50 840/583 1893 33.7
Kirloskar Pneumatic 10 1603 12.8 250 509 36.4 28.3 7.00 0.0 11.3 1606 120.2 9.5 1606Q 120.2 22 9.5 210 67.88 0 18.34 17.4 1137 885.00 950/462 1113 26.5
22 COMPUTER - HARDAWARE
IND. COMPOSITE 125 15138 -21 26
*HCL Infosystem 2 1603 44.6 55 2499 -210.3 -12.6 - 0.4 - 1606 761.1 -11.6 1606Q 761.1 -35 -11.6 3 58.03 0 3.73 88.3 943 42.30 67/30 1375 -
Redington (India) Lt 2 1603 80.0 36 12639 188.9 4.7 2.10 0.3 13.1 1606 3698.7 42.6 1606Q 3698.7 29 42.6 2 8.19 0 63.70 21.6 4512 112.85 132/95 4940 23.8
23 COMPUTER - SOFTWARE
IND. COMPOSITE 5732 261518 61471 18
63 Moons Technologie 2 U1603 9.2 600 141 -13.4 -2.9 5.00 0.2 - 1603 31.9 -39.3 - - -8 - - 45.63 0 12.00 66.0 408 88.50 134/70 778 -
8K Miles Software 10 1603 11.4 51 21 1.2 1.1 - 0.0 2.1 1606 7.1 0.4 1606Q 7.1 78 0.4 53 63.41 0 2.83 7.1 2222 1941.70CB 2550/1275 2222 1655.3
Accelya Kale Solut 10 U1606 14.9 117 310 80.7 54.1 45.00 0.0 46.0 1606 79.6 20.6 - - 13 - - 74.65 0 7.61 14.6 1838 1231.10 1280/787 1832 22.8
Allsec Technologies 10 1603 15.2 81 108 9.5 6.2 - 0.0 7.6 1606 26.4 4.1 1606Q 26.4 3 4.1 401 40.35 0 34.16 5.8 407 267.00 321/43 400 32.0
Aptech Ltd. 10 U1603 39.9 55 91 10.2 2.6 1.00 0.0 4.6 1606 16.7 -0.8 1606Q 16.7 -12 -0.8 -145 45.27 0 2.99 85.9 711 178.15 184/52 674 92.2
*AXISCADES Engineer 5 1603 13.6 43 235 26.3 9.7 - 0.2 22.7 1606 64.2 5.3 1606Q 64.2 23 5.3 -3 59.12 0 2.69 14.2 595 218.70 370/186 607 22.7
Cigniti Technologies 10 U1603 26.0* 102 205 32.0 12.3 - 0.0 12.1 1606 53.6 4.0 1606Q 53.6 36 4.0 -42 51.37 3 0.11 3.6 1085 417.45 517/369 1071 37.3
Cyient Ltd. 5 1603 56.3 150 1246 233.5 20.7 7.00 0.0 13.9 1606 305.0 41.4 1606Q 305.0 -11 41.4 -41 22.18 0 64.48 18.7 5170 459.40 641/371 4674 25.2
Datamatics Global Se 5 1603 29.5 75 282 32.4 5.5 0.75 0.1 7.3 1606 70.6 5.2 1606Q 70.6 52 5.2 -21 72.70 8 0.04 16.2 482 81.75 88/41 510 15.6
eClerx Services 10 1603 40.9* 233 1106 297.6 72.9 1.00 0.0 31.2 1606 298.4 91.5 1606Q 298.4 21 91.5 39 50.32 0 41.85 16.5 6274 1535.75XB 1775/1170 6040 19.4
Firstsource Solution 10 1603 675.2* 26 875 149.7 2.2 - 0.1 8.4 1606 221.9 38.7 1606Q 221.9 5 38.7 21 55.41 0 15.74 134.7 2890 42.80 54/26 3028 18.5
Geometric Ltd. 2 1603 13.1* 72 423 97.7 14.9 3.00 0.0 20.9 1606 96.1 13.4 1606Q 96.1 -0 13.4 120 37.58 0 15.71 21.9 1508 230.65 250/128 1521 14.4
HCL Technologies 2 U1603 282.2* 171 13435 4720.5 33.5 - 0.0 19.6 1606 4608.8 1799.3 1606Q 4608.8 3 1799.3 25 60.36 0 32.24 172.9 109799 778.25 986/707 1 00996 1 6.8
*Hexaware Technologie 2 1512 60.4* 45 1294 333.0 11.0 8.65 0.0 24.3 1606 334.5 84.6 1606H 652.7 6 155.7 -1 71.28 0 17.80 92.6 6103 202.20 274/195 5993 18.4
*Hinduja Global Solut 10 1603 20.7* 437 1383 118.3 57.0 15.00 0.3 13.1 1606 378.9 27.0 1606Q 378.9 31 27.0 46 67.68 0 13.80 12.6 1183 570.50 614/365 1392 9.3
*Hinduja Ventures 10 1603 20.6 450 332 100.6 48.9 17.50 0.4 10.9 1606 60.9 24.2 1606Q 60.9 129 24.2 1 70.82 0 4.56 9.9 890 432.75 470/357 1285 8.8
*Infinite Computer So 10 1603 40.1* 153 429 94.8 23.6 - 0.0 15.5 1606 90.5 23.2 1606Q 90.5 6 23.2 21 74.86 0 3.73 27.6 896 223.40 268/148 712 9.1
Infosys 5 1603 1148.5* 249 53983 15786.0 68.7 24.25 0.0 27.6 1606 14420.0 3180.0 1606Q 14420.0 13 3180.0 10 12.76 0 57.66 606.3 237963 1036.00 1278/1009 2 08787 1 4.8
Intellect Design 5 1603 50.5* 55 546 32.7 3.2 - 0.0 5.8 1606 130.2 3.7 1606Q 130.2 8 3.7 188 32.76 0 18.18 60.3 2094 207.25 303/155 2100 51.5
*Intrasoft Technologi 10 1603 14.7 77 30 39.7 27.0 2.00 0.0 34.8 1606 3.1 0.4 1606Q 3.1 -68 0.4 -87 47.51 0 8.66 7.5 580 393.70 575/250 583 15.5
*Kellton Tech Solutio 5 1603 23.5* 11 49 6.7 1.9 - 0.1 12.5 1606 17.8 2.4 1606Q 17.8 50 2.4 30 62.09 4 0.03 10.3 558 118.60 237/68 564 61.3
KPIT Technologies 2 1603 39.5 60 1262 201.9 10.2 2.20 0.2 17.0 1606 328.7 58.2 1606Q 328.7 6 58.2 4 16.71 16 54.18 51.1 2575 130.40 197/99 2544 12.6
L&T Infotech 1 1603 17.0 110 5570 938.1 55.2 32.65 0.0 50.3 1606 1509.9 228.6 1606Q 1509.9 14 228.6 27 84.63 0 5.14 309.5 10925 643.25 716/639 10857 -
Lycos Internet 2 U1603 95.3 13 458 0.3 0.0 0.10 0.3 0.1 1603 114.9 0.2 - - -7 - - 39.10 23 20.27 21.0 572 12.00 37/8 731 -
Majesco L 5 1603 11.6* 109 12 6.2 2.7 - 0.0 2.5 1606 3.8 0.9 1606Q 3.8 40 0.9 -18 49.63 0 15.34 23.8 1136 488.55 789/289 1061
1 89.0
MindTree Ltd. 10 1603 167.9* 144 4357 604.9 36.0 16.00 0.0 25.0 1606 1203.1 143.4 1606Q 1203.1 25 143.4 5 13.72 0 48.08 71.7 8771 522.30XB 804/505 8621 14.3
MphasiS Ltd. 10 U1603 210.2* 214 2924 457.1 21.7 - 0.0 10.1 1606 713.4 128.3 1606Q 713.4 -3 128.3 18 60.47 0 30.96 27.7 11252 535.30 622/397 10324 23.6
NIIT Ltd. 2 1603 33.1* 49 381 0.1 0.0 - 0.2 0.0 1606 85.2 -13.1 1606Q 85.2 11 -13.1 -121 34.11 0 22.40 77.8 1574 95.05 107/66 1735 -
NIIT Technologies 10 1603 61.3* 187 1468 194.0 31.6 10.00 0.0 16.9 1606 367.8 21.4 1606Q 367.8 2 21.4 -70 30.79 0 52.90 39.8 2471 403.10 632/388 2373 17.3
Nucleus Software 10 1603 32.4 131 278 44.7 13.8 5.00 0.0 10.5 1606 71.1 7.5 1606Q 71.1 5 7.5 -41 60.62 0 9.92 17.5 596 183.95 291/145 491 15.1
Oracle Financial Ser 5 1603 42.5* 352 3487 928.9 109.3 1 00.00 0.0 31.1 1606 1010.3 295.6 1606Q 1010.3 14 295.6 19 74.25 0 17.41 22.5 28314 3330.60 4092/3106 26140 28.9
Persistent Systems 10 1603 80.0 194 1447 265.5 33.2 8.00 0.0 17.1 1606 417.3 79.7 1606Q 417.3 24 79.7 -6 38.19 0 34.69 48.3 4954 619.25 797/563 4904 19.0
Polaris Consulting 5 1603 50.8* 64 1826 89.8 8.8 - 0.0 13.7 1606 435.7 26.9 1606Q 435.7 -2 26.9 -21 78.64 0 10.31 41.9 1849 182.10 217/159 1813 22.3
Quick Heal Technolog 10 1603 70.0* 88 334 62.9 9.0 2.50 0.0 10.2 1606 47.5 -3.4 1606Q 47.5 - -3.4 - 72.86 0 12.55 71.0 1610 229.90 330/180 1347 -
R Systems Internat. 1 1512 12.7* 14 289 90.6 7.1 3.95 0.0 51.8 1606 65.9 8.7 1606H 131.2 -22 18.4 -9 50.79 0 0.00 14.3 802 63.00 84/47 782 9.0
Ramco Systems Lt 10 1603 30.1* 206 263 24.0 8.0 - 0.0 3.9 1606 68.1 7.3 1606Q 68.1 15 7.3 579 55.91 1 25.92 9.6 1453 483.15 900/478 1451 44.2
Rolta India 10 1603 163.3* 175 1830 112.2 6.9 - 0.3 2.9 1603 421.2 224.0 - - 2 - - 50.99 28 14.16 143.0 1063 65.10 112/60 1881 9.5
Sasken Comm.Tech. 10 1603 17.7 281 402 208.9 117.9 32.00 0.0 41.9 1606 100.1 14.1 1606Q 100.1 11 14.1 78 40.66 0 18.31 26.3 638 360.00 431/225 624 3.0
Sonata Software 1 1603 10.5 34 505 117.4 11.2 9.00 0.3 32.6 1606 139.4 34.8 1606Q 139.4 18 34.8 47 30.95 1 16.66 34.7 1574 149.70 186/126 1485 12.2
SQS India BFSI 10 1603 10.7* 82 264 31.9 29.9 24.00 0.0 36.6 1606 73.1 8.3 1606Q 73.1 25 8.3 24 53.95 0 4.07 11.1 917 859.20 1290/656 863 27.5
Subex Ltd. 10 1603 506.9* 13 296 -132.0 -2.6 - 0.2 - 1603 82.9 -208.4 - - 1 - - 0.19 100 1.05 104.9 647 12.76 17/8 779 -
Take Solutions Ltd. 1 1603 13.3 24 24 18.2 1.4 1.00 0.2 5.7 1606 3.9 2.3 1606Q 3.9 -1 2.3 128 63.13 0 14.40 21.3 2210 165.90 211/104 2259 113.4
Tata Consultancy 1 1603 197.0 299 85864 22882.7 116.1 43.50 0.0 38.9 1606 23087.0 5778.0 1606Q 23087.0 13 5778.0 3 73.33 3 22.10 637.1 463543 2352.50 2769/2119 4 58900 2 0.0
Tata Elxsi Ltd. 10 1603 31.1 124 1075 154.8 49.7 14.00 0.0 40.1 1606 294.3 41.9 1606Q 294.3 21 41.9 17 44.63 0 15.96 74.0 4772 1532.40 2396/1525 4589 29.6
Tech Mahindra Ltd. 5 1603 485.8* 139 20970 3220.0 33.1 12.00 0.0 23.8 1606 5646.8 737.5 1606Q 5646.8 13 737.5 -8 36.31 0 50.10 514.4 44528 458.25 582/408 41414 14.5
*Vakrangee 1 U1603 52.9 26 3169 393.5 7.4 1.25 0.3 28.6 1606 911.6 120.6 1606Q 911.6 30 120.6 40 41.60 0 17.58 17.9 10997 207.80 229/105 11297 25.7
Wipro Ltd 2 1603 486.2* 168 44685 8099.0 33.3 6.00 0.2 19.8 1606 11587.5 2007.7 1606Q 11587.5 8 2007.7 -3 74.75 0 16.63 226.7 116836 480.65 613/470 111524 14.4
Xchanging Solutions 10 1512 111.4 17 121 13.6 1.2 - 0.0 7.2 1606 19.7 -2.6 1606H 44.5 -23 -2.3 -156 75.00 0 0.36 17.1 690 61.90 107/23 607 -
*Zee Learn Ltd. 1 1603 32.1* 8 139 15.1 0.5 - 0.5 6.0 1606 42.1 8.0 1606Q 42.1 18 8.0 103 67.32 69 25.52 81.7 1217 37.95 47/27 1334 -
*Zen Technologies Ltd 1 1603 7.7 15 53 2.3 0.3 0.10 0.3 2.1 1606 2.7 -6.1 1606Q 2.7 -92 -6.1 -152 59.44 39 0.16 8.2 600 77.75 135/58 569 -
Zensar Technologies 10 1603 44.7* 211 1246 234.2 52.4 12.00 0.0 24.8 1606 325.3 53.1 1606Q 325.3 12 53.1 -18 47.93 0 16.05 24.6 4658 1042.10 1136/764 4586 20.9
24 CONSTRUCTIONS
IND. COMPOSITE 8193 99399 -1214 27
*Ahluwalia Contra 2 1603 13.4 63 1250 84.4 12.6 - 0.3 20.0 1606 306.3 21.5 1606Q 306.3 16 21.5 14 62.43 35 28.35 7.1 2086 311.35 336/210 2130 23.9
Ajmera Realty & Infr 10 1603 35.5 110 213 33.9 9.6 2.50 0.3 8.7 1606 35.0 6.0 1606Q 35.0 -1 6.0 14 61.93 17 0.09 39.4 537 151.35 192/91 638 15.5
*Anant Raj Ltd. 2 1603 59.0 138 408 55.6 1.9 0.24 0.2 1.4 1603 107.2 9.6 - - -3 - - 63.44 0 7.90 47.9 1825 61.85 65/28 2812 32.8
Ashiana Housing Ltd. 2 1603 20.5 63 498 131.4 12.8 0.50 0.1 20.3 1603 380.8 110.1 - - 110 - - 61.03 0 14.69 14.2 1678 163.95 204/117 1655 12.8
*Ashoka Buildcon Ltd. 5 1603 93.6 90 1936 159.4 8.5 1.50 0.2 9.5 1606 468.3 30.8 1606Q 468.3 -1 30.8 -34 56.68 0 30.03 18.8 3205 171.25 212/111 3448 22.3
B L Kashyap & Sons 1 U1603 20.5 21 842 1.0 0.0 - 1.3 0.2 1606 220.8 1.7 1606Q 220.8 28 1.7 143 67.41 100 9.79 26.9 503 24.50 27/8 1039 -
Brigade Enterprises 10 1603 113.2 128 1226 146.4 12.9 2.00 0.7 10.1 1606 386.4 26.4 1606Q 386.4 32 26.4 19 56.29 0 8.65 59.6 1976 174.55 187/124 2924 13.1

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Databank Updated Information Updated as on Sept 9, 2016

AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
*D B Realty Ltd. 10 1603 243.3 143 177 0.1 0.0 - 0.1 0.0 1603 36.3 -1.0 - - 10838 - - 61.89 69 12.11 22.6 1264 51.95 73/36 1608 -
*Delta Corp Ltd. 1 1603 23.1* 39 240 39.0 1.7 0.20 0.1 4.3 1606 71.7 16.8 1606Q 71.7 41 16.8 97 40.86 35 13.31 63.6 3535 152.95 165/49 3570 74.8
Dilip Buildcon Ltd. 10 1603 136.8 81 4085 219.9 16.1 0.03 2.0 19.8 - - - - - - - - 75.63 0 10.91 161.0 3150 230.30 259/215 5251 -
*DLF Ltd. 2 1603 356.8* 100 2451 974.6 5.5 2.00 0.5 5.5 1606 676.2 67.5 1606Q 676.2 40 67.5 259 74.95 0 18.24 396.5 28151 157.80 170/73 35523 24.6
*Gammon India 2 1603 73.9 36 6147 14.6 0.3 - 3.8 1.0 1603 1115.1 53.4 - - 144 - - 12.82 93 67.85 41.7 676 18.30 22/10 5616 2.7
*Gayatri Projects 10 1603 35.5 237 1812 58.6 16.5 2.00 2.2 7.0 1606 432.4 16.3 1606Q 432.4 7 16.3 53 47.47 100 40.89 7.2 2318 653.95 769/431 4000 36.1
Godrej Properties Lt 5 1603 108.2* 97 340 30.4 1.4 - 1.3 1.4 1606 116.1 45.8 1606Q 116.1 36 45.8 173 74.94 0 9.32 35.9 7550 348.95 386/266 9948 1 27.1
*HDIL 10 U1603 419.0 261 1168 265.0 6.3 - 0.2 2.4 1606 260.5 41.1 1606Q 260.5 -2 41.1 -30 34.25 0 49.53 188.8 4230 100.95 109/56 5721 17.1
Hind.ConstructionCo. 1 1603 77.9 24 4052 85.0 1.1 - 2.4 4.6 1606 982.5 10.9 1606Q 982.5 8 10.9 36 36.06 71 23.90 218.3 2941 37.75 39/17 7381 33.5
*Hubtown 10 1603 72.7 238 351 21.3 2.9 - 0.5 1.2 1603 94.7 16.4 - - -36 - - 71.59 92 3.97 19.7 681 93.65 146/91 1503 32.0
*IL&FS Engineering 10 1603 130.1* 12 1845 -188.5 -14.5 - 63.3 - 1606 406.9 -67.4 1606Q 406.9 -15 -67.4 -11 37.50 0 10.94 35.9 835 64.20 81/39 2673 -
*Indiabulls Real Esta 2 1603 101.1* 120 17 55.2 1.1 - 0.4 0.9 1606 5.5 4.3 1606Q 5.5 16 4.3 -27 47.63 0 20.36 86.7 4465 88.30 105/42 6364 77.7
*IRB Infrastructure D 10 1603 351.4 66 2768 324.9 9.2 4.00 1.1 13.9 1606 888.2 26.3 1606Q 888.2 87 26.3 -70 57.42 0 36.28 82.7 8649 246.10 272/197 10186 33.7
ITD Cementation Indi 1 1512 15.5 33 2744 -59.3 -3.8 - 0.9 - 1606 807.8 5.2 1606H 1757.6 53 28.2 130 51.63 0 27.61 16.1 2201 141.85 165/67 2522 -
IVRCL 2 U1603 156.6* 15 2362 -1060.4 -13.5 - 3.8 - 1603 652.3 -263.9 - - -18 - - 5.36 100 56.71 196.0 427 5.46 12/4 4587 -
*J Kumar Infraproject 5 1603 37.8 170 1409 103.2 13.6 2.00 0.3 8.0 1603 403.9 28.6 - - 7 - - 43.47 24 43.98 13.0 1219 161.15 450/106 1368 12.0
*JaiprakashAssociates 2 U1603 486.5 62 8794 -3239.9 -13.3 - 1.3 - 1606 1735.0 -603.0 1606Q 1735.0 -27 -603.0 -30 39.38 20 23.56 621.0 2946 12.11 15/5 26058 -
Jaypee Infratech Ltd 10 U1603 1388.9 44 2800 -242.9 -1.7 - 1.0 - 1603 1196.4 -88.8 - - -34 - - 71.63 93 11.72 134.4 1369 9.86 15/5 7723 -
JMC Projects 10 1603 33.6 197 2484 41.0 12.2 1.00 0.8 6.2 1606 559.0 11.3 1606Q 559.0 -4 11.3 78 67.18 0 9.57 9.2 880 262.20 288/175 1383 19.2
*KNR Constructions 10 1603 28.1 258 903 161.1 57.3 1.00 0.2 22.2 1606 303.2 30.2 1606Q 303.2 77 30.2 101 60.75 0 27.73 9.4 1977 702.80 726/408 2073 11.2
*Kolte-Patil Develope 10 1603 75.8 107 181 39.5 5.2 1.50 0.4 4.9 1606 43.1 5.2 1606Q 43.1 2 5.2 -69 74.53 0 11.85 42.2 962 126.90 187/96 1270 34.8
Mahindra Lifespace D 10 1603 41.0 341 503 104.5 25.5 6.00 0.4 7.5 1606 88.9 15.3 1606Q 88.9 -15 15.3 -14 50.80 0 26.74 63.2 1778 433.30 559/415 2199 17.4
Man Infraconstructio 2 1603 49.5 25 212 37.6 1.5 1.53 0.0 6.0 1606 36.1 18.0 1606Q 36.1 -16 18.0 77 61.16 0 1.43 20.3 1187 47.95 53/29 1088 25.2
MarathonNextgenRea 10 U1603 28.4* 190 6 75.4 26.5 1.00 0.0 13.9 1603 0.0 31.3 - - -64 - - 74.99 0 0.00 4.9 778 273.50XB 297/106 773 10.3
NBCC (India) 2 1603 120.0 25 5827 308.8 5.1 2.00 0.0 20.7 1603 2303.3 138.7 - - 28 - - 90.00 0 3.29 52.8 15126 252.10 267/162 13992 49.0
NCC 2 1603 111.2 61 8325 222.8 4.0 0.60 0.5 6.5 1606 1901.1 52.3 1606Q 1901.1 10 52.3 27 20.23 45 45.22 85.2 4889 87.95 90/56 6492 20.9
Nila Infrastructures 1 1603 39.3* 4 183 17.0 0.4 0.11 0.8 10.1 1606 46.8 4.0 1606Q 46.8 45 4.0 33 62.08 0 0.03 17.9 586 14.91 20/8 719 -
NoidaTollBridge 10 U1603 186.2 31 129 82.4 4.4 4.50 0.0 14.1 1606 31.7 13.6 1606Q 31.7 -2 13.6 -40 26.37 0 19.05 81.0 429 23.05 28/22 423 5.9
*Oberoi Realty 10 1603 339.4 110 1180 475.5 14.0 2.00 0.0 12.8 1606 253.0 92.8 1606Q 253.0 50 92.8 -27 72.54 0 22.74 17.1 10262 302.40 322/210 10283 23.3
Omaxe Ltd. 10 U1603 182.9 94 1138 51.5 2.8 0.70 0.5 3.0 1603 332.8 14.4 - - 7 - - 74.99 49 14.41 67.4 3079 168.35 170/130 3530 59.8
Parsvnath Developers 5 U1603 217.6 60 310 4.7 0.1 - 0.5 0.2 1603 65.8 17.9 - - -47 - - 71.05 88 8.08 201.4 659 15.15 30/14 1664 -
Patel Engg. Ltd. 1 U1603 7.7 219 2615 -18.7 -2.4 - 2.2 - 1603 713.9 -36.6 - - 10 - - 50.62 45 4.96 61.2 791 102.95 103/43 4441 -
Peninsula Land L 2 1603 55.8 52 110 -30.0 -1.1 0.20 1.1 - 1606 24.2 1.5 1606Q 24.2 -49 1.5 116 55.36 27 17.18 50.0 536 19.20 27/16 2130 -
Phoenix Mills 2 1603 30.6 149 356 150.9 9.9 2.20 0.3 6.6 1606 91.2 44.9 1606Q 91.2 6 44.9 0 62.85 0 33.15 6.3 6476 423.10 445/238 7219 42.9
PNC Infratech 2 U1603 51.3* 38 2014 242.7 9.5 0.50 0.5 24.9 1606 515.0 64.0 1606Q 515.0 19 64.0 145 56.06 0 23.06 3.8 3200 124.75 135/82 3503 11.4
Poddar Housing & Dev 10 1603 6.3 352 129 15.8 24.9 1.50 0.0 7.1 1606 11.0 1.3 1606Q 11.0 206 1.3 -62 61.00 0 20.16 2.7 651 1030.45 1456/900 649 48.1
Prestige Estates Pro 10 U1603 375.0 114 2656 361.8 9.6 1.20 0.6 8.5 1603 680.3 59.9 - - 16 - - 70.00 0 28.88 11.7 7748 206.60 225/130 9745 21.4
*Prozone Intu Propert 2 1603 30.5 27 8 4.5 0.3 - 0.0 1.1 1606 1.8 1.0 1606Q 1.8 -20 1.0 -20 33.18 0 8.36 26.8 433 28.40 37/24 449 -
Punj Lloyd 2 1603 66.4 47 3348 -1649.5 -49.7 - 3.5 - 1606 972.2 -211.4 1606Q 972.2 48 -211.4 65 36.72 61 10.17 348.8 857 25.80 32/18 5980 -
*Puravankara Projects 5 U1603 118.6 81 983 77.5 3.3 0.78 0.7 4.0 1606 216.2 4.1 1606Q 216.2 -39 4.1 -84 74.99 0 18.76 25.5 1194 50.35 69/42 2302 21.2
Ramky Infrastructure 10 U1603 57.2 39 1793 12.4 2.2 - 6.5 5.6 1603 867.0 173.5 - - 24 - - 67.75 78 9.98 18.3 449 78.55 96/27 1761 36.4
RPP Infra Projects L 10 1603 22.6 66 315 20.7 9.1 - 0.5 13.7 1606 84.8 5.8 1606Q 84.8 -0 5.8 28 72.42 42 2.57 3.5 413 182.65 194/96 458 18.8
*Sadbhav Engineering 1 1603 17.2* 87 3186 133.7 7.8 0.70 0.7 9.0 1606 807.0 48.7 1606Q 807.0 -3 48.7 23 47.15 33 41.95 12.1 5081 296.15 370/198 6103 35.6
Shristi Infrastructu 10 U1603 22.2 48 158 2.6 1.2 0.50 0.8 2.5 1606 21.1 0.4 1606Q 21.1 -0 0.4 -24 74.95 19 0.00 12.1 655 295.00 305/90 735 2 60.4
*Simplex Infrastructu 2 1603 9.9 311 5812 66.3 13.4 0.50 2.1 4.3 1606 1407.4 17.2 1606Q 1407.4 -7 17.2 -4 56.00 0 26.41 9.9 1722 348.05 362/188 4937 26.3
SKIL Infrastructure 10 U1603 216.6 137 0 -307.6 -14.2 - 0.5 - 1606 0.0 -21.8 1606Q 0.0 -71 -21.8 47 64.08 92 5.20 4.9 443 20.45 35/17 2234 -
Sobha 10 1603 98.1 251 1803 136.9 14.0 2.00 0.8 5.6 1603 521.8 28.4 - - -33 - - 60.58 18 34.93 55.0 2998 305.75 349/230 4973 23.6
SRS Real Infrastruct 1 U1603 40.2 6 758 -2.2 -0.1 - 0.8 - 1606 83.2 -5.2 1606Q 83.2 -69 -5.2 -413 67.15 16 0.00 1.6 586 14.58 22/8 738 -
Sunstar Realty Devel 1 U1503 23.6 2 18 0.6 0.0 - 0.1 1.4 - - - - - -64 - - 18.77 0 0.15 0.5 770 32.60 41/16 772 -
Sunteck Realty Ltd. 2 U1603 12.6 114 163 140.1 22.2 2.00 0.2 19.4 1603 133.3 123.1 - - 11 - - 73.52 0 4.61 2.4 1578 250.65 273/173 1696 11.3
SV Global Mill Ltd. 5 U1603 11.2 77 0 14.3 6.4 - 0.1 8.3 1606 0.0 0.4 1606Q 0.0 - 0.4 -62 74.78 0 8.92 9.0 413 184.90 190/88 408 30.2
*Synergy Bizcon 10 1603 12.3 17 85 0.2 0.2 - 0.0 1.1 1606 31.6 0.3 1606Q 31.6 106 0.3 31 40.51 0 0.00 1.5 434 352.10 398/146 433 -
Texmaco Infrastructu 1 1603 12.7 23 14 13.8 1.1 0.20 0.0 4.7 1606 3.3 2.5 1606Q 3.3 -2 2.5 -42 60.83 1 7.53 25.9 524 41.10 45/28 521 -
Unitech Ltd. 2 U1603 523.3 37 1077 -275.6 -1.1 - 0.3 - 1603 160.7 -286.7 - - 41 - - 24.94 80 15.68 670.9 1633 6.24 9/3 4217 -
Vascon Engineers Ltd 10 U1603 161.5* 36 318 6.6 0.4 - 0.5 1.1 1603 76.2 1.6 - - 0 - - 46.77 12 3.52 13.2 593 36.70 41/21 792 -
*Vipul Ltd. 1 1603 12.0 34 179 1.2 0.1 - 0.5 0.3 1606 40.4 0.1 1606Q 40.4 -29 0.1 -41 63.38 51 0.00 3.5 861 71.80 75/40 1046 -
Welspun Enterprises 10 U1603 174.3* 85 185 32.8 1.9 - 0.1 2.2 1603 73.0 2.9 - - 13 - - 37.40 0 16.93 53.7 998 57.25 70/43 1022 30.4
25 CONSUMER DURABLES
IND. COMPOSITE 764 44838 1573 48
Bajaj Electrical 2 1603 20.2* 74 4612 95.6 9.5 2.80 0.3 12.7 1606 959.4 22.9 1606Q 959.4 -5 22.9 12 63.55 0 13.65 35.2 2722 269.25 280/155 2863 27.7
Blue Star 2 1603 19.1* 71 3532 122.8 12.9 6.50 0.4 18.2 1606 1172.9 53.0 1606Q 1172.9 29 53.0 36 39.04 0 28.70 24.6 4867 510.20 524/306 5110 39.3
Eveready Industr 5 1603 36.3 91 1323 50.6 7.0 2.00 0.2 7.7 1606 371.7 22.4 1606Q 371.7 7 22.4 41 44.01 26 30.58 51.4 2021 278.00 318/192 2157 35.4
Hawkins Cookers 10 1603 5.3 115 544 40.3 76.3 60.00 0.5 66.0 1606 103.8 9.9 1606Q 103.8 8 9.9 95 56.03 0 12.37 12.3 1590 3006.90 3070/2115 1570 35.2
IFB Industries 10 1603 41.3* 101 1501 31.4 7.6 - 0.0 7.5 1606 417.7 14.9 1606Q 417.7 19 14.9 41 74.96 0 10.11 17.0 1640 397.20 550/281 1608 45.9
Johnson Controls-Hit 10 1603 27.2 132 1660 50.0 18.4 1.50 0.4 14.0 1606 853.8 69.0 1606Q 853.8 20 69.0 48 74.25 0 10.78 16.2 4025 1480.45 1598/932 4154 55.5
Lloyd Electric 10 1603 36.2* 212 2383 56.1 15.5 1.30 1.1 7.3 1606 894.3 43.9 1606Q 894.3 23 43.9 28 51.22 0 9.70 26.2 931 257.10 329/176 1681 14.2
*Symphony 2 1603 7.0 88 415 123.0 46.9 25.00 0.0 39.9 1606 152.6 31.1 1606Q 152.6 14 31.1 40 74.99 0 12.12 13.2 8209 2346.95CB 2632/1751 8173 53.3
Timex Group India 1 1603 10.1 -6 173 -9.3 -0.9 - -1.2 - 1606 44.2 -3.0 1606Q 44.2 16 -3.0 37 74.93 0 0.01 66.0 470 46.55 52/26 500 -
Titan Company 1 1603 88.8 40 11265 705.9 8.0 2.20 0.0 20.1 1606 2798.8 126.7 1606Q 2798.8 3 126.7 -16 53.05 0 26.18 109.2 37624 423.80 445/303 37626 54.8
TTK Prestige L 10 1603 11.6 619 1525 114.8 98.6 27.00 0.0 15.9 1606 346.1 24.2 1606Q 346.1 2 24.2 10 70.37 0 21.68 9.8 5639 4844.30 5540/3584 5608 47.8
Videocon Industries 10 1512 334.5 308 12418 -55.8 -1.7 - 2.2 - 1606 2804.5 -286.6 1606H 5579.3 -10 -476.2 -2362 74.63 99 12.85 303.2 3477 103.95 146/99 23707 -
Whirlpool of Ind 10 1603 126.9 91 3488 247.4 19.5 - 0.0 21.3 1606 1406.3 122.0 1606Q 1406.3 28 122.0 24 74.99 0 14.52 37.4 11917 939.30 980/561 11061 43.9
27 COURIERS
IND. COMPOSITE 41 3039 210 70
Blue Dart Expres 10 1603 23.7 169 2554 189.9 80.0 30.00 0.8 47.3 1606 621.4 44.1 1606Q 621.4 0 44.1 -3 74.99 0 13.19 14.9 13454 5670.30 7900/4911 13500 71.4
Gati Ltd. 2 1603 17.6 70 485 19.8 2.3 1.00 0.4 3.2 1606 127.6 4.9 1606Q 127.6 9 4.9 47 40.78 83 13.70 86.9 1246 141.70 189/95 1472 58.3

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28 CYCLES & ACCESSORIES
IND. COMPOSITE 37 3941 730 15
Tube Investments 2 1603 37.5* 103 3941 729.9 39.0 5.00 0.3 37.6 1606 1146.3 42.4 1606Q 1146.3 14 42.4 137 49.93 1 26.87 20.3 10762 574.35 594/352 10668 14.3
29 DIAMOND CUTTING/PRECIO US META LS/JEWELLERY
IND. COMPOSITE 433 58868 960 24
Asian Star Co 10 U1603 16.0 337 2371 38.6 24.1 1.50 1.7 7.1 1603 786.7 10.7 - - -6 - - 74.65 0 4.46 0.5 1176 735.00 854/625 1870 30.5
Gitanjali Gems 10 U1603 108.8 269 8604 48.8 4.5 0.50 1.8 1.7 1603 3148.5 -6.6 - - 13 - - 32.88 81 7.80 72.0 519 47.70 52/30 5484 10.6
*PC Jeweller L 10 1603 179.1 130 7259 400.9 22.4 3.35 0.4 17.2 1606 1664.5 106.6 1606Q 1664.5 10 106.6 29 70.54 71 21.14 17.5 8709 486.25 498/296 9362 20.5
Rajesh Exports L 1 U1603 29.5 112 38619 476.5 16.1 1.00 1.3 14.4 1606 11180.4 111.5 1606Q 11180.4 32 111.5 -8 53.91 0 20.33 32.2 13270 449.45 746/370 5989 28.4
Tribhovandas Bhimji 10 1603 66.7 66 1655 -23.1 -3.5 - 1.5 - 1606 326.0 2.5 1606Q 326.0 -22 2.5 -9 74.11 0 3.40 15.7 447 67.00 144/47 1055 -
Vaibhav Global Ltd. 10 1603 32.5* 146 361 18.2 5.6 - 0.2 3.8 1606 106.6 4.0 1606Q 106.6 25 4.0 -42 68.34 0 19.00 5.1 1008 310.00 618/236 1093 66.1
30 DIVERSIFIED
IND. COMPOSITE 4277 342033 35681 16
3M India Ltd. 10 1603 11.3 895 2103 200.9 178.4 - 0.0 19.9 1606 597.2 59.7 1606Q 597.2 15 59.7 51 74.99 0 12.13 13.4 14902 13228.35 15200/9405 14537 67.4
Andhra Sugars Lt 10 1503 27.1 205 779 3.4 1.2 3.00 0.5 0.6 1606 199.9 19.7 - - 7 - - 46.46 0 0.92 14.7 595 219.40 275/88 858 -
*Andrew Yule & Co 2 1603 100.3* 3 360 8.4 0.2 - 0.6 3.6 1606 64.6 -2.5 1606Q 64.6 3 -2.5 74 84.80 0 6.78 29.0 1055 21.05 34/18 1033 -
*Balmer Lawrie & 10 1603 28.5 350 2712 163.2 57.3 20.00 0.0 16.4 1606 461.7 37.0 1606Q 461.7 -38 37.0 11 0.00 0 13.79 26.1 2079 729.45 748/491 1648 12.5
Century Textiles 10 1603 111.7 198 7988 -54.5 -4.9 5.50 2.1 - 1606 2071.3 0.9 1606Q 2071.3 3 0.9 102 47.75 0 22.47 65.4 9289 831.60 845/404 13902 -
DCM Shriram 2 1603 32.5 132 5735 350.3 21.6 3.20 0.5 16.3 1606 1426.7 178.9 1606Q 1426.7 -20 178.9 35 63.87 0 12.00 42.4 3679 226.50 245/100 4630 9.3
*Grasim Inds. 10 1603 93.4* 1325 8980 953.3 102.1 22.50 0.1 7.7 1606 2426.5 320.9 1606Q 2426.5 25 320.9 139 30.13 1 45.74 137.0 43938 4706.50 5349/3242 45517 38.9
Kesoram Industri 10 1603 117.3* 34 4100 137.1 11.7 - 11.9 34.7 1606 975.8 9.5 1606Q 975.8 -14 9.5 106 52.62 15 8.05 83.3 1762 150.25 158/72 6022 5.7
Kokuyo Camlin 1 1603 10.0 22 614 5.3 0.5 - 0.4 2.4 1606 188.8 4.4 1606Q 188.8 2 4.4 -14 74.98 0 0.17 18.4 831 82.85 121/65 858 -
L & T 2 1603 186.5* 437 59780 5311.5 57.0 18.25 0.3 13.0 1606 12150.0 546.7 1606Q 12150.0 6 546.7 -3 0.00 0 56.33 978.1 141659 1519.40 1630/1017 1 52199 2 7.5
Mercator Ltd. 1 1603 24.5 29 588 16.9 0.7 0.10 1.1 2.4 1606 126.6 5.2 1606Q 126.6 -8 5.2 43 40.54 43 13.85 78.3 1211 49.45 55/16 1982 -
*Nava Bharat Ventures 2 1603 35.7* 146 989 111.2 6.2 3.00 0.1 4.3 1606 207.3 26.7 1606Q 207.3 3 26.7 106 44.31 0 26.57 14.3 2006 112.35XB 135/64 2344 16.1
Nesco Ltd. 10 1603 14.1 467 257 132.9 94.3 8.50 0.0 20.2 1606 54.4 35.1 1606Q 54.4 12 35.1 56 68.16 0 9.21 12.1 2382 1690.00 1828/1318 2375 16.4
Orient Paper 1 1603 20.5 20 1820 21.0 1.0 0.25 1.0 5.1 1606 400.4 -3.4 1606Q 400.4 -6 -3.4 42 38.23 0 19.82 19.7 1513 73.85 82/23 1867 64.4
*Prakash Indus. 10 U1603 135.6* 155 2055 20.6 1.5 - 0.4 0.9 1606 639.0 14.0 1606Q 639.0 -1 14.0 948 46.28 47 3.33 51.2 759 55.95 57/23 1484 22.8
Reliance Inds. 10 1603 3243.0* 741 2 33158 2 7417.0 84.5 10.50 0.4 11.4 1606 53496.0 7548.0 1606Q 53496.0 -19 7548.0 19 46.48 0 33.54 2642.9 338467 1043.70 1090/827 4 23931 11.9
*Sintex Industrie 1 1603 52.3* 101 4828 549.6 10.5 0.70 0.9 10.4 1606 907.6 62.8 1606Q 907.6 12 62.8 10 32.45 47 31.27 205.8 4198 80.20 102/64 8215 7.6
Voltas Ltd. 1 1603 33.1 63 5187 332.9 10.1 2.60 0.1 16.0 1606 1654.9 105.0 1606Q 1654.9 7 105.0 36 30.31 0 48.56 102.6 12863 388.75 402/211 12850 36.2
31 DYES & PIGMENTS
IND. COMPOSITE 122 6866 516 23
Atul Ltd. 10 1603 29.7 422 2459 268.1 90.4 10.00 0.2 21.4 1606 675.0 80.5 1606Q 675.0 15 80.5 34 51.03 7 20.60 28.7 6389 2154.05 2299/1270 6653 22.1
*Bodal Chemicals 2 1603 21.8 22 910 86.6 7.9 0.60 0.6 36.1 1606 270.5 32.2 1606Q 270.5 10 32.2 60 67.35 61 1.21 23.0 1238 113.45 121/28 1377 12.5
Clariant Chemicals ( 10 1603 23.1 274 1182 52.9 18.3 1 50.00 0.0 8.4 1606 280.4 14.1 1606Q 280.4 19 14.1 214 64.23 0 6.08 37.2 1695 734.30 864/587 1666 32.7
*Kiri Industries 10 1603 27.8 57 888 9.1 3.3 - 1.8 5.7 1606 253.5 25.2 1606Q 253.5 56 25.2 391 37.67 17 26.27 11.2 785 282.00 405/72 1054 18.3
Sudarshan Chem. 2 1603 13.8 47 1207 71.6 10.3 3.00 1.0 21.9 1606 336.8 31.5 1606Q 336.8 14 31.5 73 52.89 0 3.42 16.4 2431 351.10 455/78 2722 28.6
Ultramarine Pig. 2 1603 5.8 39 220 27.4 9.4 3.50 0.0 23.9 1606 56.3 7.2 1606Q 56.3 10 7.2 39 52.53 0 0.25 7.2 412 141.00 151/65 400 14.0
32 EDIBLE OILS & SOLVE NT E XTRACTION
IND. COMPOSITE 134 31520 -729 15
Agro Tech Foods Ltd. 10 1603 24.4 138 782 23.4 9.6 - 0.3 6.9 1606 191.2 6.1 1606Q 191.2 5 6.1 34 51.77 0 14.76 14.2 1279 524.65 649/445 1373 51.3
AVT Natural Prod 1 1603 15.2 14 267 23.3 1.5 0.40 0.0 11.1 1606 83.9 6.6 1606Q 83.9 6 6.6 13 74.34 0 0.06 15.1 458 30.10 42/26 451 19.1
Guj. Amb.Exports 2 1603 27.7 66 2736 103.6 7.5 0.80 0.4 11.3 1606 781.9 48.3 1606Q 781.9 28 48.3 94 71.96 0 0.06 52.0 1175 84.95 94/36 1488 9.3
Ruchi Soya Inds. 2 1603 66.8 36 27735 -878.7 -26.3 - 3.8 - 1603 8048.7 -889.6 - - 6 - - 56.83 52 4.92 31.8 713 21.35 38/18 5081 -
33 ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT
IND. COMPOSITE 768 33162 1674 36
ABB India 2 1512 42.4 142 8140 299.9 14.2 3.70 0.2 10.0 1606 2101.5 77.4 1606H 4101.8 9 148.4 33 74.99 0 16.83 63.5 25133 1186.05 1433/963 25160 74.7
*Bharat Electroni 10 1603 240.0 364 7295 1357.7 56.6 17.00 0.0 15.5 1606 871.4 36.1 1606Q 871.4 -21 36.1 -53 75.01 0 18.85 55.8 29051 1210.45XB 1417/1009 21725 21.8
Centum Electronics L 10 1603 12.7* 127 332 32.4 25.5 3.00 0.4 20.1 1606 86.8 2.4 1606Q 86.8 27 2.4 -83 59.62 0 12.82 10.2 611 480.80 765/469 630 29.5
Crompton Greaves 2 1603 125.3 66 4291 -1092.0 -17.4 - 0.1 - 1606 1042.9 38.3 1606Q 1042.9 35 38.3 -48 34.37 84 51.26 141.9 5133 81.90 204/41 5148 -
Crompton Greaves Con 2 1603 125.3 4 1812 105.2 1.7 - 2.3 46.0 1606 1120.8 91.9 1606Q 1120.8 - 91.9 - 34.37 85 45.84 123.0 10348 165.10 176/126 10775 -
Genus Power Infrastr 1 1603 25.7* 26 858 78.5 3.1 0.25 0.3 11.9 1606 185.3 16.3 1606Q 185.3 -24 16.3 -32 50.57 0 5.68 19.0 1211 47.10 63/28 1365 17.1
Havells India 1 1603 62.5* 42 5437 715.4 11.4 6.00 0.0 27.1 1606 1466.8 145.6 1606Q 1466.8 17 145.6 36 61.60 0 30.14 70.6 26093 417.40 433/236 24748 34.6
*HBL Power Systems Lt 1 1603 25.3 24 1288 19.4 0.8 0.25 0.9 3.2 1603 321.1 2.2 - - -2 - - 74.12 0 8.42 28.2 846 33.45 52/29 1354 -
Igarashi Motors Indi 10 1603 30.6 96 445 63.6 20.8 5.50 0.1 21.6 1606 125.4 19.0 1606Q 125.4 15 19.0 22 85.84 0 2.46 13.2 2207 721.20 750/372 2104 32.9
*Schneider Electric 2 1603 47.8 3 1403 -18.2 -0.8 - 5.2 - 1606 277.7 -13.7 1606Q 277.7 -17 -13.7 -1 74.99 0 7.48 51.5 3252 136.00 185/127 3426 -
V-Guard Ind.Ltd. 1 1603 30.2* 16 1862 111.7 3.7 0.70 0.0 23.7 1606 572.7 42.8 1606Q 572.7 15 42.8 70 65.66 0 25.15 18.6 5615 186.05 198/79 5615 43.4
34 ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT - G E NSETS/ T URBINES
IND. COMPOSITE 76 1836 168 37
Honda Siel Power 10 1603 10.1 361 673 48.8 48.1 6.00 0.0 13.3 1606 157.5 14.6 1606Q 157.5 3 14.6 34 67.66 0 3.96 12.6 1419 1399.15 1448/1076 1264 27.0
*TD Power Systems Ltd 10 1603 33.2 149 455 15.0 4.5 3.05 0.1 3.0 1606 79.7 -1.2 1606Q 79.7 -7 -1.2 -1060 54.05 0 31.23 5.7 639 192.25 344/187 474 46.9
Triveni Turbine 1 1603 33.0 9 708 103.8 3.1 1.10 0.0 35.1 1606 154.9 21.9 1606Q 154.9 25 21.9 53 70.00 3 24.11 33.4 4115 124.70 135/88 4088 36.9
35 ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT - T R ANSFOR M ERS
IND. COMPOSITE 64 5927 185 16
Apar Industries 10 1603 38.5 199 5010 157.0 40.8 6.50 0.4 20.5 1606 1081.9 45.6 1606Q 1081.9 -13 45.6 65 58.20 0 20.06 23.6 2154 559.55 634/401 2389 12.3
*Bharat Bijlee 10 1603 5.7 482 640 7.2 12.7 - 0.6 2.6 1606 130.3 -3.4 1606Q 130.3 -1 -3.4 30 35.58 0 17.75 19.2 440 779.40 1110/521 601 50.9
*Ujaas Energy 1 1603 20.0 10 277 20.9 1.0 0.07 0.5 10.9 1606 93.7 7.3 1606Q 93.7 696 7.3 408 70.69 0 1.56 20.7 469 23.45 32/15 494 17.6
36 ELECTRODES - GRAPHI T E
IND. COMPOSITE 79 2174 67 18
Graphite India Ltd. 2 1603 39.1 91 1347 82.4 4.2 2.00 0.1 4.6 1606 295.4 11.0 1606Q 295.4 -8 11.0 -33 65.21 0 19.94 101.7 1448 74.10 89/64 1622 18.8
*HEG Ltd. 10 1603 40.0 231 828 -15.2 -3.8 - 0.7 - 1606 163.2 -28.9 1606Q 163.2 -35 -28.9 -174 58.79 0 11.41 30.8 697 174.40 199/116 1322 -
37 ENGINEERING
IND. COMPOSITE 796 42806 3572 34
A2Z Infra Engineer 10 U1603 128.0* 62 961 -44.7 -3.5 - 1.0 - 1603 350.6 6.5 - - 294 - - 48.03 95 12.29 25.2 497 38.85 46/17 1316 -

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Databank Updated Information Updated as on Sept 9, 2016

AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Astra Microwave 2 1603 17.3 46 420 56.4 6.5 1.20 0.1 14.2 1606 56.8 -2.4 1606Q 56.8 -43 -2.4 -150 16.11 0 34.56 41.4 1018 117.55 155/101 989 20.8
BGR Energy Systems 10 1603 72.2 191 3188 33.0 4.6 - 1.6 2.4 1603 845.6 28.0 - - 1 - - 75.00 0 3.63 100.0 895 124.00 139/89 2662 22.8
Carborundum Uni. 1 1603 18.8* 50 1299 116.3 6.2 1.50 0.1 12.3 1606 360.2 26.5 1606Q 360.2 25 26.5 7 43.81 1 35.08 18.4 5084 269.80 284/154 5132 43.1
Cummins India Lt 2 1603 55.4 114 4724 751.9 27.1 14.00 0.0 23.7 1606 1259.0 181.2 1606Q 1259.0 -4 181.2 -14 51.00 0 35.66 59.3 25896 934.20 1157/747 25806 35.7
Dynamatic Techno 10 1603 6.3 433 431 1.3 2.0 - 1.1 0.5 1606 118.0 5.6 1606Q 118.0 16 5.6 155 51.12 49 26.30 9.9 1894 2986.20 3119/1482 2188
111.0
Esab India 10 1603 15.4 205 451 28.3 18.4 1.00 0.0 9.0 1606 116.3 8.6 1606Q 116.3 7 8.6 10 73.72 0 4.34 9.6 889 577.35 674/435 838 30.5
*Greaves Cotton 2 1603 48.8 35 1616 198.8 8.1 5.50 0.0 23.2 1606 444.8 38.5 1606Q 444.8 17 38.5 -11 51.00 0 36.30 42.0 3265 133.70 162/114 3244 16.8
Grindwell Norton 5 1603 55.4* 61 1158 101.5 9.2 6.50 0.0 15.1 1606 326.8 28.2 1606Q 326.8 13 28.2 10 59.02 0 17.12 14.1 3633 328.15XB 415/288 3516 34.9
Hercules Hoists 1 1603 3.2 59 91 13.3 4.2 1.50 0.0 7.1 1606 20.3 2.6 1606Q 20.3 -5 2.6 -19 69.47 0 6.58 8.2 516 161.35 197/127 517 40.7
Honeywell Automation 10 1603 8.8 1142 2188 138.5 156.7 10.00 0.0 13.7 1606 564.3 38.2 1606Q 564.3 10 38.2 3 74.99 0 15.47 10.5 8575 9699.00 10167/7751 8202 61.5
Ion Exchange (India) 10 U1603 14.7 174 800 34.5 23.5 3.00 0.2 13.5 1606 190.3 6.7 1606Q 190.3 17 6.7 53 44.36 0 1.17 13.6 437 297.85 394/222 468 11.9
Kennametal India 10 U1606 22.0 174 570 20.7 9.4 4.00 0.0 5.4 1606 154.8 7.2 - - 1 - - 75.00 0 15.11 5.8 1473 670.00 849/650 1378 71.0
Kirloskar Bros. 2 1603 15.9 101 1656 11.8 1.5 0.50 0.3 1.5 1606 376.2 -3.3 1606Q 376.2 2 -3.3 -145 65.37 0 11.17 18.2 1302 163.95 219/113 1536 -
Kirloskar Industries 10 1603 9.7 753 5 60.3 62.1 20.00 0.0 8.2 1606 1.4 5.9 1606Q 1.4 80 5.9 -11 72.63 0 14.29 21.0 944 972.10 1031/531 900 15.9
Kirloskar Oil Engine 2 1603 28.9 100 2455 140.5 9.7 5.00 0.0 9.8 1606 664.6 58.8 1606Q 664.6 14 58.8 64 59.30 0 21.39 37.2 4302 297.50 348/199 4263 26.3
KSB Pumps Ltd. 10 1512 34.8 159 819 69.8 20.1 5.50 0.0 12.6 1606 203.6 16.0 1606H 414.2 6 31.4 10 66.40 0 18.29 11.6 2196 630.80 768/499 1972 30.2
Nitin Fire Protectio 2 U1603 58.5 6 460 5.4 0.2 - 1.8 3.3 1606 79.3 -5.2 1606Q 79.3 -41 -5.2 -255 72.51 32 11.97 28.6 796 27.25 51/23 1033 -
Orient Abrasives 1 U1603 12.0 15 286 23.6 2.0 0.25 0.2 13.2 1606 57.1 4.8 1606Q 57.1 5 4.8 -3 63.06 0 13.14 11.4 414 34.60 59/24 437 17.6
*Pennar Engineered Bu 10 1603 34.3 62 447 30.2 8.8 - 0.3 14.2 1606 93.9 4.4 1606Q 93.9 14 4.4 15 62.57 29 24.12 4.7 592 172.80 204/127 580 19.3
Siemens Ltd. 2 1509 71.2 144 10512 1183.3 33.2 10.00 0.0 23.1 1606 2620.4 130.0 1606N 7718.2 7 421.5 -56 74.99 0 14.07 119.4 45954 1290.40 1395/969 43858 71.7
Skipper Ltd. 1 1603 10.2 37 1506 95.1 9.3 1.40 1.2 24.9 1606 285.9 13.7 1606Q 285.9 21 13.7 37 72.36 0 3.13 9.4 1626 158.95 220/122 2017 16.5
Sterling Tools L 10 U1603 6.8 213 369 28.4 41.5 15.00 0.5 19.5 1606 95.2 9.4 1606Q 95.2 12 9.4 55 70.14 0 0.40 3.7 496 724.10 769/306 555 15.6
Swaraj Engines 10 1603 12.4 172 526 51.2 41.2 33.00 0.0 23.9 1606 171.7 19.0 1606Q 171.7 12 19.0 21 50.61 0 15.30 12.5 1507 1213.00 1294/762 1332 27.6
Thermax 2 1603 23.8 209 4352 305.5 25.6 6.00 0.0 12.3 1606 814.5 45.2 1606Q 814.5 -20 45.2 -19 61.98 0 25.63 30.3 10117 849.05 970/691 10030 35.0
Va Tech Wabag Ltd. 2 1603 10.9 143 1513 117.4 21.5 4.00 0.3 15.0 1606 260.2 17.5 1606Q 260.2 1 17.5 5 28.93 0 52.08 52.4 3084 565.75 767/409 3199 26.1
38 ENGINEERING - HEAVY
IND. COMPOSITE 1946 50755 427 27
Action Construction 2 U1603 23.5* 22 637 8.8 0.8 0.20 0.5 2.8 1606 153.9 3.0 1606Q 153.9 12 3.0 175 68.09 0 4.73 26.5 522 44.50 51/32 628 -
BEML Ltd. 10 1603 41.6 506 2984 52.7 12.6 4.00 0.2 2.5 1603 1008.8 154.6 - - 29 - - 54.02 0 26.14 66.0 4463 1071.80 1324/784 4906 84.8
Bharat Heavy Ele 2 1603 489.5 135 25630 -913.4 -3.7 0.40 0.0 - 1606 5622.5 77.8 1606Q 5622.5 29 77.8 54 63.05 0 32.10 412.0 37693 154.00 220/90 27733 -
Disa India Ltd. 10 1603 1.5 716 143 10.6 70.2 2.50 0.0 9.8 1606 30.4 1.7 1606Q 30.4 11 1.7 52 74.99 0 13.41 2.8 710 4703.55 5450/3555 644 63.5
Elecon Engg. 2 1603 21.8 49 519 43.2 4.0 1.10 0.5 8.0 1606 111.9 9.8 1606Q 111.9 15 9.8 174 57.33 26 9.45 47.8 648 59.45 93/43 929 13.1
*GMM Pfaudler Ltd 2 1603 2.9 97 230 18.4 12.6 3.00 0.0 13.0 1606 57.1 5.1 1606Q 57.1 5 5.1 75 75.00 0 2.01 6.1 517 353.45 405/216 491 25.2
*Inox Wind Ltd. 10 1603 221.9 86 3880 481.3 21.7 - 0.8 25.1 1606 376.8 18.1 1606Q 376.8 -36 18.1 -72 85.61 0 6.43 47.9 3975 179.10 412/161 4956 9.1
ISGEC Heavy Eng 10 1603 7.4 1259 3879 174.0 236.6 20.00 0.3 18.8 1606 668.8 42.5 1606Q 668.8 1 42.5 45 62.26 0 3.64 9.5 3335 4534.95 5569/3551 3341 17.8
Lakshmi Machines 10 1603 11.3 1266 2528 219.9 195.2 40.00 0.0 15.4 1606 557.6 33.1 1606Q 557.6 -1 33.1 -24 28.34 0 29.92 25.3 4858 4311.95 4476/3050 3828 23.2
Praj Industries 2 1603 35.7* 37 824 66.7 3.7 1.62 0.0 10.2 1606 172.8 8.3 1606Q 172.8 19 8.3 282 33.86 0 27.21 96.7 1631 91.50 105/70 1572 22.4
*Sanghvi Movers L 2 1603 8.7 173 532 116.9 27.0 3.00 0.6 15.6 1606 138.5 25.2 1606Q 138.5 26 25.2 20 46.88 0 24.97 11.1 1049 242.35 381/225 1516 8.7
Stovec Indus. 10 1512 2.1 339 157 20.5 98.4 29.00 0.0 29.0 1606 40.4 4.7 1606H 87.4 23 10.7 8 71.06 0 0.09 7.4 437 2094.60 2580/1600 411 20.5
Suzlon Energy Ltd. 2 U1603 1004.1* -3 5939 46.8 0.1 - -5.4 - 1603 2334.8 -82.4 - - 94 - - 21.01 96 22.95 988.9 9012 17.95 25/13 17964 -
*Techno Electric & En 2 1603 22.8* 68 1033 124.7 10.9 5.00 0.2 16.0 1606 238.3 26.5 1606Q 238.3 30 26.5 56 57.97 0 25.86 3.9 3762 329.50XB 360/209 3845 28.0
Texmaco Rail & Engin 1 1603 21.0* 43 728 21.6 1.0 0.25 0.1 2.4 1606 184.8 12.2 1606Q 184.8 105 12.2 396 54.73 1 33.18 32.3 2400 114.10 155/90 2481 63.4
*Titagarh Wagons Ltd. 2 U1603 23.1* 55 311 6.3 0.5 0.80 0.0 1.0 1606 69.7 3.7 1606Q 69.7 20 3.7 46 46.11 0 25.75 57.4 1405 121.70 166/84 1314 -
Walchandnagar 2 1603 7.6 30 802 -71.7 -12.6 - 3.5 - 1606 76.6 -8.1 1606Q 76.6 -35 -8.1 62 55.00 22 5.05 73.9 598 157.20 190/116 963 -
39 ENTERTAINMENT/MULTIMEDIA
IND. COMPOSITE 1974 20578 2456 38
52 Weeks Ent. 10 U1603 34.9 5 0 1.0 0.3 - 0.8 5.8 1606 0.0 0.3 1606Q 0.0 - 0.3 75 9.43 75 1.02 0.7 938 269.00 269/122 951 -
AdlabsEntertainment 10 1603 79.9 77 252 -90.7 -11.4 - 1.6 - 1606 85.9 -19.2 1606Q 85.9 1 -19.2 -30 57.00 52 11.46 12.0 639 79.95 145/68 1623 -
Balaji Telefilms Ltd 2 1603 15.2 81 257 43.7 5.8 1.20 0.0 7.1 1606 53.6 5.8 1606Q 53.6 -23 5.8 28 40.91 0 36.15 17.9 655 86.25 150/74 651 14.6
Den Networks Ltd. 10 U1603 178.2 81 1060 -204.9 -11.5 - 0.2 - 1603 394.4 -81.7 - - 5 - - 40.04 8 45.17 9.6 1271 71.30 133/61 922 -
*Dish TV India Ltd. 1 1603 106.6* -3 2228 419.9 3.9 - 0.0 - 1606 514.7 57.6 1606Q 514.7 1 57.6 -40 64.44 57 25.99 154.8 10233 96.00 117/65 9988 26.8
Entertainment Networ 10 1603 47.7 161 509 100.0 21.0 1.00 0.3 13.0 1606 110.8 16.5 1606Q 110.8 9 16.5 -36 71.15 0 18.88 12.6 3790 794.95 837/586 4020 41.8
*Eros International M 10 U1603 93.6* 110 1179 113.2 12.1 - 0.4 11.0 1606 319.2 22.9 1606Q 319.2 25 22.9 160 73.54 0 10.58 46.7 2112 225.70 555/126 2479 16.6
*Hathway Cable & Data 2 1603 166.1 12 1179 -171.3 -2.1 - 1.2 - 1606 302.1 -53.2 1606Q 302.1 14 -53.2 -21 43.47 0 40.12 13.8 2276 27.40 49/26 3428 -
*Inox Leisure 10 1603 96.5 61 1333 77.6 8.0 - 0.4 13.1 1606 336.9 25.0 1606Q 336.9 8 25.0 11 48.69 0 30.68 35.2 2646 274.35 293/170 2861 35.2
Media Matrix Worldwi 1 U1603 113.3 1 3 0.4 0.0 - 0.0 0.2 1606 0.9 0.3 1606Q 0.9 43 0.3 88 60.71 5 0.00 3.1 1119 9.88 13/6 1117 -
NDTV 4 1603 25.8 49 429 -21.6 -3.4 - 0.3 - 1606 88.9 -25.4 1606Q 88.9 -1 -25.4 -74 61.44 0 4.69 46.2 577 89.55 124/63 668 -
Ortel Communications 10 1603 30.4 46 188 11.9 3.9 - 0.9 8.6 1606 52.4 0.9 1606Q 52.4 29 0.9 -65 51.70 0 31.37 1.5 410 135.00 231/130 510 39.6
Prime Focus 1 U1603 29.9 35 119 8.4 0.4 - 0.4 0.8 1606 39.5 4.2 1606Q 39.5 11 4.2 132 35.00 66 10.65 10.0 2234 74.75 81/40 2664 -
PVR Ltd. 10 U1603 46.7* 111 1744 114.1 24.4 2.00 1.7 22.0 1606 536.3 44.7 1606Q 536.3 16 44.7 -21 25.25 0 60.22 30.0 5717 1223.60 1334/646 6382 56.0
Saregama India Ltd. 10 1603 17.4 92 215 7.5 4.3 1.50 0.0 4.0 1606 48.3 1.8 1606Q 48.3 -7 1.8 -33 59.13 0 0.05 16.2 418 240.40 421/199 395 62.6
*Shemaroo Entertainme 10 1603 27.2 137 375 55.4 20.4 1.40 0.5 14.9 1606 95.1 16.6 1606Q 95.1 22 16.6 38 65.82 0 15.06 8.0 919 338.25 375/222 1096 15.3
*SITI Networks 1 U1603 79.4 2 877 -23.2 -0.3 - 1.4 - 1606 184.1 -48.1 1606Q 184.1 24 -48.1 -31 70.98 54 19.23 106.6 2871 36.15 42/30 3364 -
Sri Adhikari Bro 10 U1603 34.9 68 108 0.2 0.1 0.60 0.3 0.1 1606 27.5 1.5 1606Q 27.5 6 1.5 -25 45.76 80 0.58 7.4 926 265.00 414/239 984 1 00.7
*Sun TV Network Ltd. 5 1603 197.0 89 2404 867.3 22.0 15.50 0.0 24.7 1606 760.8 233.1 1606Q 760.8 10 233.1 19 74.99 5 19.40 34.5 18709 474.75 498/312 17921 20.7
Supernova Advt. 10 U1503 10.2 11 10 0.4 0.4 - 0.0 3.8 - - - - - - - - 25.78 0 0.00 0.3 414 405.00 410/396 414 -
TV Today Network Ltd 5 U1603 29.8 91 546 94.3 15.8 1.75 0.0 17.3 1606 136.9 22.4 1606Q 136.9 8 22.4 25 57.41 0 11.88 24.4 1818 304.70 351/214 1730 18.4
TV18 Broadcast 2 U1603 342.9 21 626 122.9 0.7 - 0.1 3.4 1606 131.8 -0.5 1606Q 131.8 4 -0.5 -104 60.40 0 16.59 84.5 7080 41.30 49/30 7283 -
UFO Moviez India Ltd 10 U1603 27.6 163 350 51.0 18.5 8.00 0.1 11.4 1606 88.5 8.0 1606Q 88.5 8 8.0 -2 28.86 0 51.44 24.2 1209 438.20 625/380 1230 23.8
Zee Entertainment En 1 1603 96.0 31 4207 859.3 8.9 2.25 0.7 28.4 1606 1178.5 170.4 1606Q 1178.5 21 170.4 24 43.07 39 51.89 85.6 51235 533.45 545/350 50851 62.0
*Zee Media Corp 1 1603 47.1 13 384 18.7 0.4 0.15 0.2 3.1 1606 88.4 5.3 1606Q 88.4 -9 5.3 50 69.11 56 5.81 97.4 1193 25.35 28/16 1239 -
40 FAST MOVING CONSUMER G O ODS
IND. COMPOSITE 2546 145565 21320 44
Bajaj Corp Ltd. 1 1603 14.8 33 869 197.9 13.4 11.50 0.0 40.8 1606 204.3 52.2 1606Q 204.3 -7 52.2 10 66.86 48 27.23 23.4 6018 408.00 477/356 5976 29.7
Britannia Ind. 2 1603 24.0* 142 7948 749.1 62.4 20.00 0.0 44.0 1606 2040.8 210.4 1606Q 2040.8 10 210.4 23 50.73 0 27.55 84.0 41428 3452.35 3500/2507 41407 51.8
Colgate Palm. 1 1603 27.2 37 4162 576.5 21.2 10.00 0.0 56.5 1606 1149.1 125.7 1606Q 1149.1 12 125.7 8 50.99 0 24.60 179.1 26774 984.40XB 1033/788 26486 45.5

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Dabur India 1 1603 176.2* 16 5750 939.5 5.3 2.25 0.0 32.7 1606 1278.9 198.4 1606Q 1278.9 0 198.4 14 68.02 0 25.29 131.0 51736 293.70 320/231 51768 53.8
DFM Foods Limi 10 1603 10.0 65 390 25.0 25.0 5.00 0.7 38.6 1606 75.3 2.6 1606Q 75.3 11 2.6 23 38.34 0 16.43 6.4 2090 2089.80 2433/471 2122 81.9
Emami Ltd. 1 1603 22.7 60 2392 327.7 14.4 7.00 0.5 24.3 1606 593.4 49.2 1606Q 593.4 20 49.2 -42 72.73 29 17.32 37.8 27135 1195.55 1235/901 27723 92.1
Gillette India Ltd. 10 U1606 32.6 293 2053 213.0 65.4 19.52 0.0 22.3 1606 509.7 46.9 - - 8 - - 74.99 0 9.66 23.9 14679 4504.95 5109/3805 14498 68.9
GlaxoSmithKlineConsu 10 1603 42.1 582 4309 686.9 163.3 70.00 0.0 28.1 1606 1059.4 160.6 1606Q 1059.4 -1 160.6 3 72.45 0 12.43 34.9 25763 6126.05 6800/5367 23051 37.2
*Godfrey Philips 2 1603 10.4 271 2412 165.0 31.7 8.00 0.1 11.7 1603 696.5 47.7 - - -5 - - 72.05 0 13.05 20.2 7617 1464.90 1660/555 7670 46.2
Godrej Consumer Prod 1 1603 34.1* 112 4812 739.7 21.7 5.75 0.0 19.3 1606 1064.0 151.6 1606Q 1064.0 0 151.6 12 63.28 0 30.68 82.0 56385 1655.45 1684/1120 56238 74.6
Godrej Industries Lt 1 1603 33.6 52 1310 157.3 4.7 1.75 1.3 8.9 1606 331.5 -33.8 1606Q 331.5 -0 -33.8 -382 74.77 0 17.95 46.1 14424 429.10 450/290 16743 1 34.4
Hatsun Agro Prod 1 1603 15.2* 19 3445 60.5 4.0 4.00 2.3 21.4 1606 1034.3 29.1 1606Q 1034.3 19 29.1 1 74.71 7 3.27 6.3 5258 345.55XB 406/268 5748 86.4
Heritage Foods 10 1603 23.2 103 2381 55.4 23.9 3.00 0.4 23.1 1606 634.2 16.5 1606Q 634.2 10 16.5 54 39.90 0 9.39 16.2 1781 767.65 791/340 1841 29.1
Hindustan Unilever L 1 1603 216.4* 17 31987 4082.4 18.9 16.00 0.0 110.7 1606 8128.2 1173.9 1606Q 8128.2 4 1173.9 10 67.20 0 19.01 330.8 201310 930.15 954/765 2 00245 4 7.7
ITC Ltd. 1 1603 1210.0* 27 36837 9844.7 8.1 8.50 0.0 29.9 1606 13253.1 2384.7 1606Q 13253.1 8 2384.7 10 0.00 0 55.51 523.1 313017 258.70XB 266/179 3 06483 3 1.8
Jubilant Foodworks L 10 1603 65.8* 117 2410 114.6 17.4 2.50 0.0 14.9 1606 608.9 19.0 1606Q 608.9 7 19.0 -31 45.04 42 43.81 30.1 7085 1076.20 1689/897 7054 69.2
Jyothy Laboratories 1 1603 18.1 57 1575 162.4 9.0 5.00 0.0 15.7 1606 422.4 50.9 1606Q 422.4 6 50.9 9 66.85 30 23.01 80.0 5885 324.95 330/253 5836 35.4
Kaya L 10 1603 12.9* 148 185 -8.6 -6.7 - 0.0 - 1606 47.4 -4.2 1606Q 47.4 14 -4.2 -75 60.61 0 10.29 29.9 981 757.90 1288/688 980 -
*Kothari Products 10 1603 29.8 262 4642 51.5 17.2 3.00 0.1 6.6 1603 1402.1 8.2 - - 0 - - 74.99 0 0.02 8.6 508 170.15XB 272/130 507 9.9
*Kwality 1 1603 23.4 33 5724 144.2 6.2 0.10 1.7 18.9 1603 1439.0 33.4 - - 10 - - 64.94 41 1.44 31.3 2935 125.30 154/67 4167 20.4
Marico Ltd. 1 1603 129.0 20 4947 701.9 5.4 4.25 0.0 27.0 1606 1454.4 234.9 1606Q 1454.4 1 234.9 29 59.67 0 32.15 54.6 38021 294.70XB 307/190 37913 51.2
Nestle India 10 1512 96.4 292 8175 563.3 58.4 48.50 0.0 20.0 1606 2271.7 230.8 1606H 4574.1 2 489.8 91 62.76 0 20.21 78.7 62736 6506.80 7390/4990 62254 78.7
*P&G Hygiene&Health 10 U1606 32.5 509 2484 423.2 130.4 36.00 0.0 25.6 1606 558.3 109.4 - - 8 - - 70.63 0 13.03 28.6 21359 6580.00 7113/5171 20741 50.5
Parag Milk Foods 10 U1603 84.1 30 1623 52.5 6.2 - 3.2 20.6 1606 377.3 11.9 1606Q 377.3 2 11.9 81 47.48 0 31.23 8.5 2820 335.30 357/202 3245 48.8
Prabhat Dairy 10 U1603 97.7 28 1000 9.4 1.0 0.40 0.6 3.5 1603 254.0 1.7 - - 18 - - 44.23 0 31.59 7.9 902 92.35 168/72 1022 -
*Tasty Bite 10 1603 2.6 235 208 16.1 62.8 2.00 0.6 26.8 1606 58.9 5.6 1606Q 58.9 52 5.6 154 74.23 0 0.05 2.5 837 3262.40 3550/785 866 42.9
Vadilal Indus. 10 U1603 7.2 95 444 14.4 20.0 1.25 2.3 11.1 1606 196.2 23.1 1606Q 196.2 7 23.1 8 65.16 0 0.19 13.2 427 594.40 766/400 548 26.6
VST Industries 10 1603 15.4 238 883 153.1 99.2 70.00 0.0 41.3 1606 254.4 41.6 1606Q 254.4 33 41.6 35 32.15 0 24.11 14.0 3421 2215.35 2399/1465 3400 20.9
Zydus Wellness Ltd. 10 1603 39.1 122 208 101.7 26.0 6.50 0.0 21.3 1606 48.6 23.5 1606Q 48.6 13 23.5 20 72.54 0 12.92 36.1 3538 905.40 930/632 3304 33.5
41 FERRO ALLOYS
IND. COMPOSITE 51 1151 102 33
Maithan Alloys Ltd. 10 1603 29.1 136 1151 79.0 27.1 2.00 0.3 20.0 1606 255.4 18.3 1606Q 255.4 36 18.3 133 71.86 0 0.00 4.5 825 283.35 435/77 870 9.2
Star Ferro & Cement 1 1603 22.2 1 0 22.7 1.0 1.00 0.0 74.3 1606 0.0 -0.3 1606Q 0.0 -14 -0.3 -101 66.64 0 0.11 12.5 2498 112.45 145/96 2498 -
42 FERTILISERS
IND. COMPOSITE 2678 64967 488 14
*Chambal Fertilis 10 1603 416.2 56 9536 86.3 2.1 1.90 1.9 3.7 1606 1908.3 140.7 1606Q 1908.3 -22 140.7 -4 57.34 7 20.84 152.7 2680 64.40 73/51 7133 31.4
Coromandel Internati 1 1603 29.1* 82 11500 361.4 12.4 4.00 0.9 15.2 1606 2056.7 7.8 1606Q 2056.7 -6 7.8 -44 62.07 0 11.71 58.7 7493 257.05 280/146 9528 21.1
Deepak Fertilisers 10 1603 88.2 181 4259 121.1 13.7 5.00 1.2 7.6 1606 1044.9 34.7 1606Q 1044.9 -3 34.7 -23 51.07 0 16.99 102.0 2061 233.65 243/121 3725 18.6
Fertilisers & Ch 10 U1603 647.1 -20 1759 -452.2 -7.0 - -1.1 - 1603 257.1 -153.9 - - -1 - - 89.99 0 8.56 15.8 1495 23.10 29/17 2359 -
GSFC 2 1603 79.7 119 6163 379.3 9.5 2.20 0.3 8.0 1606 1082.1 46.3 1606Q 1082.1 -0 46.3 -54 37.84 0 34.24 113.8 2981 74.80 87/58 4131 9.2
*Gujarat Narmada Vall 10 1603 155.4 172 4548 226.4 14.6 2.00 1.3 8.5 1606 963.0 50.6 1606Q 963.0 -2 50.6 559 41.18 0 28.43 234.5 2335 150.25 177/55 5857 8.1
*Mangalore Chem. 10 1603 118.5 29 3000 -240.1 -20.3 - 3.9 - 1606 554.7 -8.4 1606Q 554.7 -28 -8.4 96 74.99 53 1.28 56.9 551 46.50 59/35 1873 -
Nagarjuna Fertilizer 1 1503 59.8 29 2532 -366.6 -6.1 - 0.7 - 1512 1184.9 32.2 1512N 2860.4 76 -39.0 86 57.13 77 3.19 473.5 629 10.51 17/9 1742 -
*National Fertilizers 10 1603 490.6 33 7766 197.1 4.0 1.21 5.3 12.3 1603 1641.7 31.4 - - -12 - - 89.71 0 0.45 50.6 1727 35.20 38/22 10191 8.8
*Rashtriya Chemicals 10 1603 551.7 51 8649 191.2 3.5 1.10 1.0 6.8 1606 1541.0 19.6 1606Q 1541.0 -19 19.6 -63 80.00 0 7.61 93.7 2687 48.70 54/35 5440 17.0
*Zuari Agro Chemicals 10 1603 42.1 187 5254 -15.9 -3.8 - 4.2 - 1606 978.3 -40.0 1606Q 978.3 -37 -40.0 -2063 73.84 5 14.60 33.1 778 185.05 210/118 4110 -
43 FINANCE - BANKS - P R IV ATE SECTOR
IND. COMPOSITE 9344 240837 40739 23
Axis Bank Ltd. 2 1603 477.6* 223 40988 8223.7 34.4 5.00 6.7 15.5 1606 11113.9 1555.5 1606Q 11113.9 12 1555.5 -21 29.75 0 57.19 457.0 146445 613.20 638/367 1 24083 1 8.8
City Union Bank 1 1603 59.9* 51 2944 444.7 7.4 1.20 8.9 14.6 1606 772.2 123.5 1606Q 772.2 9 123.5 11 0.00 0 48.30 84.7 8306 138.60 148/77 6943 18.2
DCB Bank 10 1603 284.7* 61 1698 194.5 6.8 - 8.6 10.9 1606 470.6 47.0 1606Q 470.6 16 47.0 0 16.23 0 37.68 197.5 3445 121.00 145/69 2742 17.7
Dhanlaxmi Bank 10 U1603 177.4 29 1204 -209.4 -11.8 - 17.1 - 1606 281.1 5.7 1606Q 281.1 -12 5.7 125 0.00 0 20.40 86.0 448 25.25 31/17 -221 -
Federal Bank 2 1603 344.0* 47 7745 475.6 2.8 0.70 9.8 5.9 1606 2013.8 167.3 1606Q 2013.8 5 167.3 18 0.00 0 43.97 152.6 12598 73.25 76/41 8823 25.1
HDFC Bank 2 1603 507.7* 286 60221 12296.2 48.4 9.50 7.5 16.9 1606 16516.0 3238.9 1606Q 16516.0 18 3238.9 20 26.34 0 53.37 457.8 327600 1290.55 1305/929 2 97541 2 5.5
ICICI Bank 2 1603 1163.5* 149 52739 9726.3 16.7 5.00 4.8 10.8 1606 13330.3 2232.3 1606Q 13330.3 4 2232.3 -25 0.00 0 65.46 988.7 159493 274.15 293/181 1 32386 1 7.8
IDFC Bank 10 1603 3394.9 40 3649 466.9 1.4 0.25 0.6 3.4 1606 1975.5 264.8 1606Q 1975.5 - 264.8 2 188220 52.94 0 29.42 502.8 21676 63.85 73/43 19776 29.6
IndusInd Bank 10 1603 596.7* 290 11581 2286.5 38.3 4.50 5.4 12.9 1606 3291.7 661.4 1606Q 3291.7 21 661.4 26 16.69 0 62.02 110.7 72437 1214.00 1255/799 67916 29.9
Jammu & Kashmir Bank 1 1603 48.5 133 6844 416.0 8.6 1.75 10.8 6.5 1606 1672.3 22.9 1606Q 1672.3 -5 22.9 -86 53.16 0 25.57 82.2 3796 78.30 95/56 669 13.5
Karnataka Bank 10 1603 188.5* 196 4992 415.3 22.0 5.00 13.7 11.3 1606 1260.6 121.5 1606Q 1260.6 3 121.5 11 0.00 0 29.43 123.2 2992 158.75 162/85 346 7.0
Karur Vysya Bank 10 1603 121.9 375 5443 567.6 46.6 14.00 11.0 12.4 1606 1385.0 146.3 1606Q 1385.0 2 146.3 9 2.16 9 43.99 78.6 5743 471.25 541/394 3214 9.9
Kotak Mahindra Bank 5 1603 918.0* 130 16384 2089.8 11.4 0.50 5.8 8.7 1606 4386.9 742.0 1606Q 4386.9 10 742.0 291 33.67 0 40.68 143.9 150305 818.65 826/587 1 43402 5 6.9
Lakshmi Vilas Ba 10 1603 179.5 89 2568 180.2 10.0 3.00 16.0 10.2 1606 685.7 60.7 1606Q 685.7 12 60.7 51 9.65 39 8.05 64.0 2675 149.05 159/74 1388 13.3
RBL Bank 10 1603 324.7 92 2744 292.5 9.0 1.50 8.1 9.8 - - - - - - - - 0.00 0 23.72 304.3 9696 298.60 317/274 8357 -
South Indian Ban 1 1603 135.1* 27 5557 333.3 2.5 0.50 15.0 8.7 1606 1447.2 95.1 1606Q 1447.2 5 95.1 46 0.00 0 51.47 273.8 3262 24.15 25/16 786 9.0
YES Bank Ltd. 10 1603 421.3* 327 13533 2539.4 60.3 10.00 8.1 18.4 1606 3862.3 731.8 1606Q 3862.3 19 731.8 33 21.88 4 66.12 187.0 53807 1277.25 1450/632 48031 19.8
44 FINANCE - BANKS - P UBL I C SECTOR
IND. COMPOSITE 18545 665421 - 18088 17
Allahabad Bank 10 1603 723.0 159 18885 -743.3 -10.3 - 17.6 - 1606 4570.5 -565.0 1606Q 4570.5 -7 -565.0 -485 67.21 0 21.22 217.9 6178 85.45 88/40 -3293 -
Andhra Bank 10 1603 681.2 161 17635 539.8 7.9 0.50 15.9 4.9 1606 4372.0 31.1 1606Q 4372.0 4 31.1 -85 61.26 0 22.67 229.3 4250 62.40 71/42 -4541 11.5
Bank of Baroda 2 1603 462.1* 172 44061 -5395.5 -23.4 - 14.3 - 1606 10433.5 423.6 1606Q 10433.5 -7 423.6 -60 59.23 0 33.64 296.8 39717 171.90 196/109 18044 -
Bank of India 10 1603 934.0 333 41796 -6089.2 -65.2 - 16.5 - 1606 9425.9 -741.4 1606Q 9425.9 -13 -741.4 -672 70.32 0 21.17 296.8 11526 123.40 149/79 - 22436 -
Bank of Maharash 10 1603 1168.3 64 13053 100.7 0.9 - 18.6 1.1 1606 3156.3 -397.4 1606Q 3156.3 -5 -397.4 -769 81.61 0 13.39 174.9 3820 32.70 37/27 -4562 -
Canara Bank 10 1603 543.0 482 44022 -2812.8 -51.8 - 18.3 - 1606 10201.7 228.9 1606Q 10201.7 -8 228.9 -52 66.29 0 25.77 172.3 16898 311.20 317/156 -3766 -
Central Bank 10 1603 1761.2 82 25888 -1418.2 -8.1 - 18.5 - 1606 6168.3 -599.8 1606Q 6168.3 -8 -599.8 -395 80.75 0 14.61 145.3 19153 108.75 112/48 5084 -
Corporation Bank 2 1603 204.5 105 19411 -506.5 -5.0 - 19.2 - 1606 4723.7 35.9 1606Q 4723.7 -4 35.9 -82 67.20 0 26.49 75.8 4703 46.00 49/31 -5384 -
Dena Bank 10 1603 666.9 107 10646 -935.3 -14.0 - 16.4 - 1606 2686.3 -279.4 1606Q 2686.3 -3 -279.4 -1943 62.88 0 22.09 226.9 2654 39.80 48/26 -2694 -
IDBI Bank Ltd. 10 1603 2058.8 107 28043 -3664.8 -17.8 - 12.0 - 1606 7303.2 241.1 1606Q 7303.2 1 241.1 78 73.98 0 18.43 414.0 16378 79.55 96/47 2555 -
Indian Bank 10 1603 480.3 281 16244 711.4 14.8 1.50 13.2 4.4 1606 4071.3 307.4 1606Q 4071.3 -1 307.4 43 82.10 0 14.09 69.6 11013 229.30 242/76 1839 13.7
Indian Overseas 10 1603 1899.0* 70 23517 -2897.3 -15.3 - 16.9 - 1606 5215.5 -1450.5 1606Q 5215.5 -15 -1450.5 -9927 73.58 0 17.89 252.9 5327 28.05 38/21 -8707 -

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Databank Updated Information Updated as on Sept 9, 2016

AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

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Sales

Sales
NP
Oriental Bank of 10 1603 346.2 389 20059 156.1 4.5 0.70 15.6 1.0 1606 4778.9 100.7 1606Q 4778.9 -7 100.7 -61 58.37 0 29.55 137.3 4511 130.30 158/75 -4922 -
Punj. & Sind Ban 10 1603 400.4 149 8744 336.0 8.4 1.65 15.3 5.6 1606 2153.9 53.4 1606Q 2153.9 -4 53.4 24 79.62 0 12.31 141.1 2210 55.20 58/32 -1612 6.4
Punj. NationlBak 2 1603 392.7 181 47424 -3974.4 -20.2 - 15.6 - 1606 11574.9 306.4 1606Q 11574.9 -4 306.4 -57 62.08 0 31.34 393.2 28453 144.90 146/69 1973 -
SBI 1 1603 776.3 186 1 63685 9950.7 12.8 2.60 12.0 6.9 1606 41593.5 2521.0 1606Q 41593.5 5 2521.0 -32 60.17 0 28.29 1 599.0 204937 264.00 272/148 75308 23.3
State Bank Of Bi 10 1603 70.0 963 9592 850.6 121.5 14.30 13.9 12.6 1606 2447.1 -221.6 1606Q 2447.1 1 -221.6 -182 75.07 0 9.94 60.1 4921 702.95 750/444 -4795 13.7
State Bank Of My 10 1603 48.0 973 7128 357.8 74.5 6.00 15.1 6.8 1606 1764.1 -471.9 1606Q 1764.1 -2 -471.9 -602 90.00 0 2.68 27.7 2643 550.40 746/350 -1023 -
StateBnkOfTravan 10 1603 71.1 847 9609 337.7 47.5 5.00 16.8 5.6 1606 2352.4 -742.9 1606Q 2352.4 -2 -742.9 -1014 79.08 0 2.20 61.6 3912 550.15 598/360 -1412 -
Syndicate Bank 10 1603 798.5* 154 23198 -1643.5 -20.6 - 24.4 - 1606 5864.6 79.1 1606Q 5864.6 1 79.1 -74 69.32 0 19.02 259.6 6364 79.70 98/49 -6975 -
UCO Bank 10 1603 1301.1* 93 18561 -2799.3 -21.5 - 22.5 - 1606 4189.6 -440.6 1606Q 4189.6 -11 -440.6 -272 77.53 0 14.25 316.9 5556 42.70 55/28 -2394 -
Union Bank of In 10 1603 687.4 295 32199 1351.6 19.7 1.95 16.9 5.9 1606 7876.6 166.3 1606Q 7876.6 -5 166.3 -68 63.43 0 25.17 243.8 10263 149.30 189/104 -5341 10.3
United Bank of I 10 1603 1072.0 48 9937 -282.0 -2.6 - 23.7 - 1606 2429.3 38.3 1606Q 2429.3 -4 38.3 -27 85.90 0 9.53 84.5 2444 22.80 25/16 -3626 -
Vijaya Bank 10 1603 998.8 66 12084 381.8 3.8 - 19.2 5.1 1606 3059.6 161.7 1606Q 3059.6 -1 161.7 13 70.33 0 16.67 271.1 4075 40.80 46/29 -2193 10.2
45 FINANCE - HOUSING
IND. COMPOSITE 925 54727 10158 28
Can Fin Homes 10 1603 26.6* 330 1083 157.1 59.0 10.00 9.8 17.9 1606 309.6 49.7 1606Q 309.6 28 49.7 55 43.45 0 0.79 30.3 4404 1653.80 1786/740 13012 25.2
Dewan Housing 10 1603 291.8 168 7312 729.2 25.0 8.00 10.5 14.9 1606 1958.3 201.4 1606Q 1958.3 19 201.4 16 34.89 0 34.78 89.3 8750 299.85XB 305/141 56897 11.6
GIC Housing Fi 10 1603 53.9 136 874 124.5 23.1 5.00 8.4 17.0 1606 234.9 32.3 1606Q 234.9 15 32.3 14 42.24 0 15.82 36.8 1683 312.45 338/169 7760 13.1
GRUH Finance Li 2 1603 72.7 23 1275 243.6 6.7 2.30 10.4 29.2 1606 350.1 60.2 1606Q 350.1 19 60.2 20 58.58 0 17.97 41.8 11571 318.15 350/226 20165 45.7
HDFC 2 1603 316.5* 215 30905 7093.1 44.8 17.00 4.4 20.8 1606 8382.3 1870.7 1606Q 8382.3 19 1870.7 37 0.00 0 88.16 220.5 223263 1410.85 1463/1012 3 68645 2 9.4
*LIC Housing Fi 2 1603 100.9 181 12396 1660.8 32.9 5.50 10.5 18.1 1606 3359.7 407.8 1606Q 3359.7 14 407.8 7 40.31 0 37.35 171.2 29437 583.30 594/389 1 21609 1 7.5
*Repco Home Finance L 10 1603 62.6* 153 881 150.1 24.0 1.80 5.8 15.7 1606 246.8 39.5 1606Q 246.8 23 39.5 31 37.13 0 49.05 16.8 5322 850.85 891/552 10824 33.4
46 FINANCE - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 14691 124014 2 4613 19
Alankit 2 1603 7.1 9 30 3.5 1.0 0.40 0.0 10.5 1606 13.1 1.9 1606Q 13.1 764 1.9 476 23.61 0 0.02 2.2 491 137.25CB 165/40 485 96.5
*Bajaj Finance L 2 1603 107.7* 136 7304 1278.5 23.7 5.00 5.1 17.4 1606 2286.4 424.0 1606Q 2286.4 39 424.0 54 57.34 0 25.12 43.4 62080 1152.35XB 1180/468 97775 43.5
Bajaj Finserv Ltd. 5 1603 79.6 169 242 163.1 10.3 1.75 0.0 6.0 1606 40.6 16.7 1606Q 40.6 11 16.7 23 58.36 0 14.63 56.4 48458 3045.15 3160/1576 48233 2 91.6
Bajaj Holdings & Inv 10 1603 111.3 611 1395 1270.5 114.2 32.50 0.0 18.7 1606 116.9 85.7 1606Q 116.9 -28 85.7 -30 42.35 0 24.38 43.5 20726 1862.30 1925/1311 19305 16.8
*Balmer Lawrie Invest 10 1603 22.2 41 0 35.6 16.0 12.50 0.0 39.2 1606 0.0 0.8 1606Q 0.0 0 0.8 -18 59.67 0 6.79 12.5 767 345.55 351/230 682 21.6
*Bengal & Assam Compa 10 1603 8.7 406 42 23.0 26.5 10.00 0.5 6.5 1606 5.8 0.5 1606Q 5.8 38 0.5 -10 73.96 0 3.30 32.3 1012 1165.00 1199/410 1166 44.1
BF Investment Ltd. 5 U1603 18.8 187 3 21.5 5.7 - 0.0 3.0 1606 0.8 0.6 1606Q 0.8 8 0.6 16 72.70 0 2.03 23.9 626 166.15 190/85 606 29.0
Bharat Financial Inc 10 1603 127.6* 108 1169 303.0 23.7 - 2.1 21.9 1606 369.0 235.9 1606Q 369.0 53 235.9 286 2.06 0 80.77 51.8 9943 779.05 939/369 11089 20.8
Capital First 10 1603 92.3* 180 1845 156.9 17.0 2.40 5.2 9.4 1606 601.4 45.2 1606Q 601.4 55 45.2 46 65.10 0 15.10 116.9 6335 686.75 796/338 13947 37.0
*Capital Trust Lt 10 1603 14.7* 18 54 20.2 13.8 1.50 0.3 77.5 1606 23.6 9.1 1606Q 23.6 95 9.1 156 62.65 0 0.00 6.4 742 505.55 580/160 706 28.7
Capri Global Capital 10 1603 35.1* 310 210 41.2 11.8 1.50 0.1 3.8 1606 48.6 16.0 1606Q 48.6 9 16.0 -26 73.91 0 9.12 2.8 830 236.90 245/111 927 23.5
Centrum Capital 1 U1603 41.6 6 51 6.1 0.2 - 0.5 2.3 1606 18.8 1.6 1606Q 18.8 7 1.6 -25 32.25 34 0.00 0.7 1267 30.45 32/7 1400 -
Cholamandalam Invest 10 1603 156.2* 234 4192 568.5 36.4 4.50 6.2 15.5 1606 1108.5 165.7 1606Q 1108.5 12 165.7 50 53.12 0 38.79 20.8 17304 1107.70 1215/583 39389 27.7
Edelweiss Fin. Ser 1 1603 82.7* 19 335 155.6 1.9 1.25 0.4 9.7 1606 92.9 11.5 1606Q 92.9 24 11.5 -61 37.34 48 30.85 116.0 8796 106.35 119/44 9446 64.0
Equitas Holdings Ltd 10 1603 336.8* 31 8 2.1 0.1 - 0.0 0.2 1606 2.2 0.3 1606Q 2.2 - 0.3 - 0.00 0 77.42 89.5 6117 181.60 206/134 6051 -
Fortune Financia 10 1603 51.0* 82 3 0.1 0.0 - 0.0 0.0 1606 2.4 0.6 1606Q 2.4 308 0.6 99 73.84 0 4.90 1.8 1406 275.55 295/106 1411 -
Geojit BNP Paribas 1 1603 23.5* 15 217 35.6 1.5 1.00 0.0 10.0 1606 55.3 9.4 1606Q 55.3 2 9.4 -1 62.70 0 5.35 31.9 932 39.65 45/27 791 26.2
Goldline Intl. 10 U1603 52.1 10 4 0.3 0.1 - 0.0 0.6 1606 1.2 0.0 1606Q 1.2 210 0.0 -72 6.36 0 0.00 5.3 1557 298.90 312/130 1557 -
Greencrest Financial 1 U1603 36.6 1 16 0.7 0.0 - 0.0 1.5 1606 0.8 0.6 1606Q 0.8 -65 0.6 -5 1.24 0 0.00 0.5 2292 62.70 65/60 2292 -
IDFC L 10 1603 1595.9 60 224 -1162.1 -7.3 - 0.0 - 1606 16.7 5.3 1606Q 16.7 -99 5.3 -98 0.00 0 64.18 486.5 10046 62.95 144/35 9820 -
IFCI Ltd. 10 U1603 1662.0 38 3819 337.4 2.0 1.00 3.8 4.7 1606 822.0 -110.3 1606Q 822.0 -7 -110.3 -209 55.53 0 22.62 641.9 4778 28.75 30/20 27334 -
IIFL Holdings 2 1603 63.4* 47 211 172.0 5.4 4.25 0.0 11.7 1606 4.6 0.8 1606Q 4.6 -91 0.8 -98 29.16 0 27.75 20.7 8917 281.50 312/164 8964 66.6
IL&FS Investment Man 2 1603 62.8 4 102 49.1 1.6 1.20 0.0 39.7 1606 15.8 7.1 1606Q 15.8 -35 7.1 -35 50.41 100 4.54 34.9 481 15.33 22/13 463 10.6
Indiabulls Housing F 2 1603 84.4* 249 7933 2294.1 54.4 54.00 4.6 21.8 1606 2307.5 626.5 1606Q 2307.5 31 626.5 25 24.37 12 61.72 67.6 33560 795.45 845/551 79647 13.9
Indiabulls Ventures 2 1603 58.6* 7 76 16.9 0.6 3.00 2.9 8.3 1606 17.8 20.9 1606Q 17.8 -10 20.9 211 33.62 0 0.28 98.9 804 27.45 37/13 614 25.9
JM Financial Ltd. 1 1603 79.1* 21 35 112.3 1.4 1.45 0.3 6.8 1606 19.9 7.6 1606Q 19.9 -78 7.6 -90 65.62 0 17.21 36.5 5419 68.50 78/33 5833 -
JSW Holdings 10 1603 11.1 718 50 36.6 33.0 - 0.0 4.6 1606 9.0 6.1 1606Q 9.0 23 6.1 18 61.41 0 20.85 23.9 1462 1317.20 1394/890 1451 38.9
Kalyani Investment 10 1603 4.4 777 1 26.4 60.5 - 0.0 7.8 1606 0.0 1.0 1606Q 0.0 27 1.0 -18 68.65 0 2.49 18.8 554 1268.60 1977/1022 554 21.2
*Kama Holdings Ltd. 10 1603 6.5 742 30 29.5 45.7 15.00 0.0 6.2 1606 0.0 -0.2 1606Q 0.0 0 -0.2 6 74.99 0 0.51 6.1 1623 2515.40 2900/1145 1623 55.0
L&T Finance Holdings 10 1603 1754.1* 22 349 378.0 2.2 0.80 0.5 9.8 1606 13.1 2.9 1606Q 13.1 8 2.9 -87 66.69 0 12.04 417.5 16620 94.75 99/48 17178 46.3
M&M Fin.Services 2 1603 113.8 107 5853 672.6 11.8 4.00 3.6 11.0 1606 1366.4 87.0 1606Q 1366.4 0 87.0 -2 51.92 0 43.25 49.1 20080 353.05 371/173 41170 29.9
*Magma Fincorp Ltd. 2 1603 47.4 86 2110 187.1 7.9 0.80 4.2 9.2 1606 508.5 40.1 1606Q 508.5 -1 40.1 0 26.99 0 63.92 15.8 2354 99.40 116/67 10552 12.6
Manappuram Finance 2 1603 168.3* 33 2213 337.2 4.0 1.80 2.9 12.3 1606 674.0 149.2 1606Q 674.0 31 149.2 167 34.36 3 40.81 64.9 7557 89.80 94/20 14948 17.6
*Max Financial Servic 2 1603 53.4 63 201 115.2 4.3 3.60 0.0 6.9 1606 131.7 107.1 1606Q 131.7 189 107.1 336 30.44 51 59.55 47.8 15816 592.30 627/303 15813 74.1
Monotype India 1 U1603 70.3 1 18 1.4 0.0 - 1.4 1.9 1606 8.2 2.1 1606Q 8.2 3524 2.1 185 25.22 0 0.02 4.1 2563 36.45 37/12 2659 -
Motilal Oswal Financ 1 1603 14.3* 41 110 46.7 3.3 3.50 0.6 7.9 1606 36.6 17.9 1606Q 36.6 90 17.9 1024 71.63 0 14.86 10.1 7108 495.50 533/254 7344 112.7
*Muthoot Finance 10 1603 399.1 141 4861 809.6 20.3 6.00 2.4 14.4 1606 1296.4 270.3 1606Q 1296.4 14 270.3 48 74.62 0 20.48 37.1 14577 365.30 405/152 27538 16.3
Network 18 Media & I 5 U1603 523.5 25 67 -91.0 -0.9 - 0.2 - 1606 15.6 -14.8 1606Q 15.6 2 -14.8 35 74.99 0 5.21 74.5 4512 43.10 64/38 5060 -
Ojas Asset Reconst 1 U1603 21.2 1 8 -1.1 -0.1 - 0.0 - 1606 0.9 0.3 1606Q 0.9 137 0.3 44 4.70 0 0.00 1.2 425 20.00 54/10 424 -
Oscar Investment 10 U1603 17.3 958 145 -32.7 -18.9 - 0.5 - 1606 30.7 3.4 1606Q 30.7 -19 3.4 -39 70.67 0 0.00 1.6 417 241.20 290/179 1191 -
Oswal Green Tech 10 U1603 256.8 84 452 37.9 1.5 - 0.0 1.8 1603 23.0 4.4 - - 657 - - 64.32 0 11.47 207.1 737 28.70 46/20 395 19.5
Pilani Investmen 10 1603 7.9 1110 47 38.9 49.2 25.00 0.0 4.4 1606 7.0 5.2 1606Q 7.0 79 5.2 85 57.54 0 0.25 5.5 1135 1435.10 1507/1220 1124 27.5
PNB Gilts Ltd. 10 1603 180.0 41 343 34.5 1.9 1.10 6.7 4.7 1606 98.0 19.4 1606Q 98.0 38 19.4 698 74.06 0 1.45 35.7 477 26.50 29/22 5377 8.4
Pneumatic Holdings 10 1603 5.3 259 12 7.5 14.2 9.00 0.0 5.5 1606 0.9 -0.0 1606Q 0.9 -16 -0.0 -114 72.50 0 7.37 12.1 452 855.00 1000/399 440 63.5
Power Finance Co 10 1603 2640.1* 135 27474 6113.5 23.2 13.90 5.6 17.1 1606 7105.6 1712.6 1606Q 7105.6 5 1712.6 9 67.79 0 27.63 212.5 32988 124.95XB 129/70 2 33394 5.3
PS IT Infrastructure 10 U1603 53.8 10 328 0.2 0.0 - 0.1 0.3 1606 62.1 0.2 1606Q 62.1 47 0.2 -70 1.98 0 0.00 1.8 516 95.95 96/6 519 -
*PTC India Financial 10 1603 562.1 31 1187 391.1 7.0 1.20 3.6 22.4 1606 271.3 67.4 1606Q 271.3 20 67.4 10 60.00 0 12.92 121.0 2161 38.45 52/30 8388 5.4
Rane Holdings Ltd. 10 1603 14.3 212 75 35.6 25.0 10.00 0.1 11.8 1606 13.2 3.9 1606Q 13.2 7 3.9 -24 46.47 0 14.02 8.5 1131 792.20 887/488 1151 32.8
*Reliance Capital 10 1603 252.6 526 4076 977.0 38.7 10.00 1.3 7.3 1606 984.0 213.0 1606Q 984.0 5 213.0 22 52.00 45 28.37 997.8 14247 563.95 574/304 30004 14.1
Religare Enterprises 10 1603 178.3 141 125 83.8 4.7 - 0.3 3.3 1606 14.0 -25.8 1606Q 14.0 -81 -25.8 -168 50.92 77 22.62 24.0 4769 267.40 325/224 5450 2 37.9
Rural Electrific 10 1603 987.5 290 23638 5627.7 57.0 17.10 5.1 19.7 1606 5953.6 1420.9 1606Q 5953.6 5 1420.9 -4 60.63 0 30.39 265.7 23867 241.70CB 297/153 1 67278 4.3
Satin Creditcare 10 1603 32.0 102 552 57.9 18.1 - 4.6 17.9 1606 195.1 24.6 1606Q 195.1 72 24.6 104 36.19 11 2.96 3.9 1949 609.85 717/264 2717 27.7
SE Investments 10 U1603 40.6 139 193 45.1 11.1 1.00 0.8 8.0 1606 56.0 16.8 1606Q 56.0 26 16.8 26 44.50 0 32.48 1.9 978 241.10 285/145 1375 20.1

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Shriram City Uni 10 1603 65.9* 684 3835 529.8 80.4 15.00 2.3 11.7 1606 1053.5 181.8 1606Q 1053.5 15 181.8 23 33.77 0 18.11 7.0 14847 2251.90 2350/1337 24473 26.3
Shriram Trans.Fi 10 1603 226.9 448 10242 1178.2 51.9 10.00 3.3 11.6 1606 2685.4 374.1 1606Q 2685.4 14 374.1 17 26.05 0 29.72 43.9 27749 1223.05 1325/737 58985 22.5
SREI Infrastructure 10 1603 503.1 55 1890 57.4 1.1 0.50 4.7 2.1 1606 757.7 26.1 1606Q 757.7 59 26.1 14 60.79 0 18.66 51.4 3854 76.60 85/39 16309 63.6
Stampede Capital 1 U1603 22.9 2 20 0.4 0.0 - 0.1 0.7 1606 2.2 0.0 1606Q 2.2 9 0.0 -91 43.99 0 11.86 4.7 923 40.30 51/31 920 -
Summit Securities 10 U1603 10.9 406 17 15.7 14.4 - 0.0 3.5 1606 0.1 -0.2 1606Q 0.1 -21 -0.2 -27 73.83 0 4.25 63.8 467 428.50 443/221 464 29.8
Sundaram Finance 10 1603 111.1* 298 2312 477.3 43.0 11.00 2.1 14.4 1606 557.7 90.2 1606Q 557.7 0 90.2 -9 36.14 0 15.80 21.1 15864 1427.65 1599/1106 22405 33.9
Tata Investment 10 1603 55.1 406 252 202.6 36.8 17.00 0.0 9.1 1606 46.9 33.9 1606Q 46.9 -4 33.9 -7 73.01 0 6.13 25.0 3255 590.85 619/455 3242 16.3
Tourism Finance 10 U1603 80.7 66 184 53.6 6.6 1.80 2.0 10.1 1606 54.0 20.2 1606Q 54.0 15 20.2 22 54.11 0 5.36 65.1 411 50.95 69/35 1366 7.2
Ujjivan Financial 10 1603 118.2 103 1007 177.2 15.0 0.50 1.4 14.6 1606 321.7 71.4 1606Q 321.7 55 71.4 103 0.00 0 71.03 42.6 5081 429.70 547/217 6324 -
V B Industries 10 U1603 13.1 76 145 0.3 0.2 - 0.0 0.3 1606 41.4 0.5 1606Q 41.4 96 0.5 -28 0.89 0 0.00 0.7 492 375.60 376/301 492 -
Vardhman Holdings 10 1603 3.2 872 52 48.2 150.9 3.00 0.0 17.3 1606 8.8 6.8 1606Q 8.8 171 6.8 161 74.89 0 4.03 7.1 447 1400.00 1465/788 446 8.5
Yamini Investments 1 U1603 52.6 1 17 0.5 0.0 - 0.0 0.8 1606 1.9 0.1 1606Q 1.9 -35 0.1 -55 17.35 0 0.03 1.9 1966 37.40 65/22 1965 -
47 GLASS
IND. COMPOSITE 95 5186 58 40
Asahi India Glass 1 1603 24.3 16 2168 97.3 4.0 0.60 2.7 24.7 1606 567.8 26.8 1606Q 567.8 8 26.8 23 54.40 7 2.68 50.7 4729 194.55 209/134 5743 46.3
Borosil Glass 10 1603 2.3 2462 222 52.3 226.2 25.00 0.1 9.2 1606 52.3 9.9 1606Q 52.3 30 9.9 -32 71.99 0 5.00 6.5 1022 4425.20 4989/2010 1048 21.5
Empire Inds. 10 1603 6.0 250 385 30.6 51.1 24.00 0.9 20.4 1606 88.7 6.7 1606Q 88.7 3 6.7 -4 72.55 0 14.75 5.0 986 1643.90 2110/1360 1048 32.5
Guj. Borosil Ltd 5 1603 34.1 8 183 12.1 1.8 - 1.9 23.2 1606 43.0 3.2 1606Q 43.0 12 3.2 34 74.95 0 0.07 48.2 528 77.35 102/28 534 40.8
*Hind. NationalGl 2 1603 17.5 27 1979 -193.3 -22.1 - 11.0 - 1603 576.9 8.6 - - -2 - - 69.98 93 7.26 4.2 1171 134.05 155/57 3698 -
La Opala RG Ltd. 2 1603 11.1 42 249 58.7 10.6 1.80 0.0 25.3 1606 51.1 10.9 1606Q 51.1 -2 10.9 18 65.02 0 19.60 9.3 3024 544.95 670/456 3030 50.1
48 GRANITES/MARBLES
IND. COMPOSITE 6 193 17 17
*Pokarna Ltd. 10 1603 6.2 187 193 17.2 27.8 10.00 0.6 14.9 1606 37.2 1.8 1606Q 37.2 -29 1.8 -73 56.66 0 1.19 5.7 481 775.95 1250/660 544 38.7
49 HORTICULTURE AND FLORI C ULTURE
IND. COMPOSITE 50 3110 228 39
Advanced Enzyme Tech 10 1603 22.3 79 139 21.3 9.5 1.00 0.3 12.1 - - - - - - - - 66.50 0 12.54 101.2 3160 1415.60 1507/1161 3204 -
Kaveri Seed Company 2 U1603 13.8 136 849 177.1 25.6 2.50 0.0 18.9 1603 32.2 -9.8 - - -25 - - 57.49 0 26.28 32.9 2435 352.55 543/300 2432 13.7
Venky’s (India) Ltd. 10 U1603 14.1* 264 2122 29.9 21.2 5.00 1.9 8.0 1606 644.2 41.0 1606Q 644.2 15 41.0 159 56.10 0 0.14 21.3 772 547.80XB 578/220 1299 14.0
50 HOSPITALS AND MEDIC A L S ERVICES
IND. COMPOSITE 1061 10178 603 57
Apollo Hospitals 5 1603 69.6 247 5409 369.4 26.6 6.00 0.6 10.8 1606 1465.4 72.2 1606Q 1465.4 12 72.2 -18 34.35 65 45.89 37.6 18877 1356.80 1544/1213 20723 53.8
Dr. Lal Pathlabs Ltd 10 1603 82.8* 58 765 125.8 15.2 2.45 0.0 26.3 1606 215.7 37.5 1606Q 215.7 18 37.5 31 58.63 0 13.04 28.4 9425 1138.55 1264/697 9198 70.0
*Fortis Healthcare 10 1603 463.2* 78 612 -73.5 -1.6 - 0.3 - 1606 166.1 -7.0 1606Q 166.1 8 -7.0 58 71.27 83 18.88 106.4 8306 179.30 199/141 9341 -
Healthcare Global En 10 U1603 85.1 33 470 -2.8 -0.3 - 1.0 - 1606 133.7 5.7 1606Q 133.7 19 5.7 347 24.61 0 50.06 15.1 1839 216.15 227/167 2103 -
Indraprastha Med 10 1603 91.7 22 758 28.2 3.1 1.80 0.2 13.9 1606 194.0 8.4 1606Q 194.0 3 8.4 5 50.99 0 2.99 45.4 509 55.50 77/46 550 17.8
Kovai Medical 10 1603 10.9 160 465 40.4 37.0 2.50 0.7 23.0 1606 128.5 14.4 1606Q 128.5 14 14.4 42 50.03 0 1.27 7.7 884 808.30 927/616 960 19.8
Narayana Hrudayalaya 10 1603 204.4 47 1464 56.8 2.8 - 0.1 5.9 1606 400.4 22.7 1606Q 400.4 15 22.7 57 64.85 0 30.44 31.1 6343 310.40 360/272 6457 97.6
*Thyrocare Tech. 10 1603 53.7 70 235 58.8 10.9 9.55 0.0 15.7 1606 68.9 17.2 1606Q 68.9 30 17.2 32 63.96 0 14.81 34.5 3328 619.40 669/524 3320 -
51 HOTELS AND RESORTS
IND. COMPOSITE 691 7211 359 48
EIH Associated 10 1603 30.5 79 246 38.4 12.6 4.00 0.1 16.0 1606 46.8 2.1 1606Q 46.8 4 2.1 2 74.99 0 14.25 5.8 1002 329.00 379/190 1024 26.1
EIH Ltd. 2 1603 114.3 43 1417 101.5 1.8 1.10 0.1 3.8 1606 276.2 -12.2 1606Q 276.2 -9 -12.2 -162 35.24 0 17.31 68.8 6419 112.30 138/96 6618 92.5
GIR Natureview 10 1503 17.8 11 7 0.3 0.2 - 0.0 1.6 - - - - - - - - - 0 0.00 - 445 250.25 300/170 445 -
*Hotel Leela Ven. 2 1603 93.3 -4 661 -180.2 -3.9 - -24.3 - 1606 149.0 -51.8 1606Q 149.0 -8 -51.8 10 63.88 92 5.42 99.8 838 17.95 24/17 5050 -
India Tourism De 10 U1603 85.8 41 437 22.6 2.6 1.50 0.0 6.5 1606 105.9 9.0 1606Q 105.9 9 9.0 397 87.02 0 4.00 3.3 1778 207.30 291/140 1509 59.8
Indian Hotels Co 1 1603 98.9 39 2274 201.0 2.0 - 0.4 5.2 1606 474.5 -9.0 1606Q 474.5 6 -9.0 -87 38.65 0 39.85 137.2 12861 130.00 143/85 14404 91.2
Mac Charles 10 U1603 13.1 207 88 32.3 24.7 10.00 0.0 11.9 1606 16.2 5.1 1606Q 16.2 1 5.1 39 74.62 0 0.02 12.7 524 399.60 400/188 518 15.5
Mahindra Holidays 10 1603 88.8 78 952 117.3 13.2 5.00 0.0 16.9 1606 249.7 30.2 1606Q 249.7 10 30.2 21 75.00 0 14.88 18.2 4123 464.45 513/290 4096 33.7
Oriental Hotels 1 1603 17.9 12 308 -7.9 -0.4 0.20 1.3 - 1606 70.2 -7.7 1606Q 70.2 3 -7.7 -29 65.79 1 11.81 15.3 465 26.05 32/19 759 -
Speciality Restauran 10 1603 47.0 66 321 0.3 0.1 - 0.0 0.1 1606 78.6 -5.8 1606Q 78.6 -2 -5.8 -356 51.19 0 25.21 16.7 407 86.75 165/80 402 -
Taj GVK Hotels & Res 2 1603 12.5 56 270 8.4 1.3 0.40 0.7 2.4 1606 58.3 2.5 1606Q 58.3 -6 2.5 2853 74.98 0 4.17 40.6 818 130.50 158/63 1072 75.8
*The Byke Hospitality 10 1603 40.1 30 232 25.9 6.5 1.00 0.1 21.4 1606 61.9 6.4 1606Q 61.9 29 6.4 37 44.45 6 11.95 5.6 645 160.90 174/148 651 23.3
Westlife Development 2 U1603 31.1 31 0 -0.4 -0.0 - 0.0 - 1606 0.0 -0.1 1606Q 0.0 -47 -0.1 -106 62.17 0 28.58 1.9 3412 219.30 299/175 3412 -
52 INFRASTRUCTURE - GE NERAL
IND. COMPOSITE 3434 10358 -550 47
*Atlanta Ltd. 2 1603 16.3 46 136 3.3 0.4 - 0.5 0.9 1606 64.1 27.9 1606Q 64.1 817 27.9 463 70.52 88 3.15 15.0 553 67.85 76/25 735 14.2
Bharti Infratel Ltd. 10 1603 1896.7 98 5596 1323.4 7.0 3.00 0.0 7.1 1606 1453.1 1476.9 1606Q 1453.1 6 1476.9 515 71.70 0 25.94 47.2 66744 351.90 437/302 63588 26.1
Gammon Infrastructur 2 U1603 188.4 9 403 58.2 0.4 - 0.4 6.6 1606 80.9 5.9 1606Q 80.9 20 5.9 62 58.44 96 26.18 48.2 479 5.09 9/4 801 -
GMR Infrastructure L 1 1603 603.6 16 799 -1518.9 -2.5 - 0.6 - 1603 287.2 -1519.0 - - 8 - - 61.61 74 27.39 445.3 9006 14.92 19/10 14110 -
Kridhan Infra 2 U1603 14.8 10 57 1.3 0.2 0.16 0.2 1.7 1606 20.3 0.3 1606Q 20.3 159 0.3 288 64.45 0 0.81 2.8 517 69.80 126/68 530 -
Lanco Infratech Ltd. 1 U1603 274.9 6 2671 -445.0 -1.6 - 3.2 - 1603 807.3 -169.0 - - 74 - - 70.54 81 4.96 244.6 1325 4.82 8/3 7584 -
MEP Infrastructure 10 1603 162.6 36 695 26.7 1.6 0.20 0.7 4.5 1606 187.6 3.0 1606Q 187.6 6 3.0 -60 69.48 25 14.66 8.3 705 43.35 60/34 1090 31.7
RattanIndia Infra 2 U1603 276.5 5 0 0.6 0.0 - 0.0 0.1 1603 0.0 0.0 - - - - - 62.45 0 7.44 85.5 485 3.51 4/2 426 -
53 IRON AND STEEL
IND. COMPOSITE 9514 197376 -9635 10
*Adhunik Industries 10 1603 46.8 22 410 2.3 0.5 - 0.6 2.2 1606 115.0 0.2 1606Q 115.0 -1 0.2 -94 74.96 0 0.00 1.3 512 109.55 202/53 571 -
*APL Apollo Tubes 10 1603 23.4 148 2996 30.8 13.2 10.00 1.2 8.9 1606 741.9 3.9 1606Q 741.9 21 3.9 2 40.63 0 16.92 4.9 2198 937.80 1008/452 2622 71.1
*Bhushan Steel Ltd. 2 1603 45.3 201 11803 -2839.4 -125.4 - 9.4 - 1606 3364.9 -656.2 1606Q 3364.9 13 -656.2 11 59.04 69 4.06 47.4 954 42.10 51/33 43146 -
*Electrosteel Steels 10 1603 2409.2 3 2598 -326.5 -1.4 - 11.5 - 1606 805.1 -270.8 1606Q 805.1 52 -270.8 -44 45.23 80 29.67 52.9 802 3.33 5/2 9558 -
*Gallantt Ispat Ltd. 10 1603 38.5* 88 535 28.6 7.4 1.00 0.5 8.5 1606 117.3 15.5 1606Q 117.3 -6 15.5 101 62.58 0 0.00 0.9 2224 577.95 690/368 2394 61.2
Gandhi Special 5 1603 7.3 113 91 18.5 12.6 7.50 0.0 11.2 1606 26.4 10.5 1606Q 26.4 3 10.5 143 73.26 0 3.97 5.1 466 317.20 350/200 463 18.9
*Jai Corp Ltd. 1 1603 17.8 112 624 69.5 3.9 0.50 0.0 3.5 1606 192.6 6.0 1606Q 192.6 13 6.0 -66 73.00 0 6.88 76.6 1371 76.85 94/47 1363 23.7
Jindal Saw 2 U1603 64.0 144 6144 367.0 11.5 1.00 1.1 8.0 1606 1329.0 65.8 1606Q 1329.0 -30 65.8 -37 53.58 8 21.10 49.4 1699 53.15 74/36 6009 5.4
*Jindal St & Pwr 1 1603 91.5 125 12548 -1018.9 -11.1 - 2.1 - 1606 3123.5 -276.6 1606Q 3123.5 -0 -276.6 -4 61.89 30 21.32 186.9 7781 85.05 98/48 31364 -
Jindal Stainless 2 U1603 113.6* -16 6848 -792.0 -14.0 - -60.2 - 1606 2125.6 -64.6 1606Q 2125.6 -34 -64.6 45 74.07 37 13.49 49.0 1351 23.80 61/14 11713 -
Jindal Stainless (Hi 2 U1603 46.2* 26 6417 14.6 0.6 - 1.4 2.4 1606 1497.1 49.4 1606Q 1497.1 - 49.4 - 53.64 69 25.96 45.5 1841 79.65 84/24 2693 -

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Databank Updated Information Updated as on Sept 9, 2016

AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
JSW Steel 10 1603 241.7 866 36707 -3498.3 -144.7 7.50 1.4 - 1606 12021.2 1082.4 1606Q 12021.2 7 1082.4 857 41.48 47 37.09 723.0 44105 1824.60 1887/831 71449 -
Kalyani Steel 5 1603 21.8 135 1180 113.6 26.0 - 0.4 19.3 1606 345.0 46.8 1606Q 345.0 14 46.8 62 60.60 0 1.43 37.5 1542 353.35 413/117 1797 11.7
Kirloskar Ferrou 5 1603 68.7 36 1114 57.7 4.2 1.25 0.2 11.7 1606 299.7 37.7 1606Q 299.7 -1 37.7 146 59.54 0 1.88 62.3 1170 85.20 93/40 1262 14.6
Maha. Seamless 5 U1603 33.5 344 1019 39.2 5.8 2.50 0.0 1.4 1603 326.4 38.3 - - -29 - - 59.56 0 13.70 24.5 1477 220.45 249/131 1462 37.7
Mahamaya Steel Indus 10 1603 13.9* 56 309 -15.3 -11.0 - 1.3 - 1606 67.4 0.9 1606Q 67.4 -17 0.9 44 69.50 0 0.00 2.7 608 438.65 506/29 671 -
Monnet Ispat & Energ 10 U1603 200.8 15 1854 -1683.2 -83.8 - 3.7 - 1603 378.9 -434.0 - - -41 - - 25.26 0 56.52 25.3 466 23.20 42/19 6869 -
Mukand Ltd. 10 1603 141.4 33 2732 1.6 0.1 - 5.4 0.1 1606 677.6 10.3 1606Q 677.6 -1 10.3 280 71.68 18 5.21 42.5 964 68.20 70/28 3363 54.9
Pennar Industrie 5 U1603 60.2 28 871 27.0 2.2 - 0.5 7.5 1606 211.8 4.3 1606Q 211.8 15 4.3 14 36.35 7 21.70 43.1 549 45.60 61/39 678 19.9
*Ratnamani Metals 2 1603 9.3 223 1719 162.7 34.8 5.50 0.0 15.6 1606 357.7 31.2 1606Q 357.7 -17 31.2 -38 60.27 0 14.21 10.3 2579 551.95 675/387 2568 17.9
Sarda Energy & Miner 10 U1603 36.0 297 1035 37.5 10.4 2.00 0.4 3.5 1603 246.0 10.8 - - -25 - - 71.28 0 4.03 14.9 611 169.80 184/76 1000 16.3
*Srikalahasthi Pipes 10 1603 39.8 108 1146 158.8 39.9 5.00 0.9 37.1 1606 279.2 43.0 1606Q 279.2 9 43.0 27 50.78 0 1.60 26.2 1180 296.75 356/184 1560 7.0
*Steel Authority 10 1603 4130.5 95 39086 -4137.3 -10.0 - 0.8 - 1606 9238.1 -535.5 1606Q 9238.1 -3 -535.5 -66 74.99 0 20.71 393.7 20921 50.65 58/34 52134 -
Steel ExchangeIndia 10 U1603 76.0 34 1671 7.4 1.0 - 2.9 2.0 1606 401.0 -6.7 1606Q 401.0 26 -6.7 -177 49.03 66 1.60 172.4 629 82.75 90/26 1213 -
Sunflag Iron 10 U1603 180.2 36 1661 57.3 3.2 - 0.6 8.9 1606 374.4 18.5 1606Q 374.4 -13 18.5 45 49.06 0 0.09 66.5 540 29.95 33/18 823 8.6
Surya Roshni Ltd 10 1603 43.8 198 3069 62.1 14.2 1.00 1.0 7.2 1606 804.4 12.9 1606Q 804.4 10 12.9 9 63.32 36 1.53 22.9 850 194.00 209/113 1669 13.5
Tata Metaliks 10 1603 25.3 48 929 50.6 20.0 2.00 2.3 41.5 1606 244.9 22.4 1606Q 244.9 6 22.4 229 50.09 0 2.53 48.8 1097 433.90 513/78 1284 16.6
Tata Sponge Iron 10 1603 15.4 524 574 30.8 20.0 10.00 0.0 3.8 1606 119.0 10.5 1606Q 119.0 -16 10.5 49 54.50 0 6.42 37.0 947 614.85 685/340 695 27.6
Tata Steel 10 1603 971.2 726 38210 4900.9 50.5 8.00 0.4 7.0 1603 10521.7 676.6 - - -11 - - 32.06 6 41.29 948.9 38314 394.50 409/200 68294 7.8
*Technocraft Industri 10 1603 26.3 196 766 82.1 31.2 3.00 0.5 15.9 1606 200.4 30.9 1606Q 200.4 13 30.9 42 75.00 0 1.79 11.6 946 359.60 376/156 1151 10.4
Uttam Galva Steels 10 1603 142.3 -11 6924 -1551.5 -109.1 - -22.2 - 1606 1247.5 -251.2 1606Q 1247.5 -27 -251.2 -13605 60.87 0 27.33 32.1 449 31.55 41/23 3935 -
Welspun Corp 5 U1603 132.6* 71 3785 -93.4 -3.5 0.50 1.1 - 1606 1181.4 18.9 1606Q 1181.4 -13 18.9 673 44.89 0 16.64 61.1 2075 78.25 123/69 3944 -
54 LAMINATES
IND. COMPOSITE 95 5015 366 33
Century Plyboard 1 1603 22.3* 24 1658 168.1 7.6 1.00 0.8 31.8 1606 405.8 43.1 1606Q 405.8 9 43.1 8 73.33 9 16.12 28.0 5068 227.75 244/135 5454 29.6
Greenlam Industries 5 1603 12.1 110 937 40.3 16.7 1.00 0.8 15.3 1606 235.1 9.0 1606Q 235.1 8 9.0 41 55.15 0 14.39 4.3 1714 710.00 800/364 1936 39.9
Greenply Industr 1 1603 12.3* 49 1657 130.6 10.6 0.60 0.3 21.5 1606 415.1 34.1 1606Q 415.1 9 34.1 28 54.99 0 27.72 8.0 3404 277.60 298/152 3555 24.7
Oriental Veneer 10 U1603 5.4 49 81 4.1 7.7 - 1.8 15.7 1606 20.7 2.3 1606Q 20.7 5 2.3 130 54.24 0 0.00 0.9 515 954.55 1040/524 525 94.9
Rushil Decor Ltd. 10 U1603 14.4 56 297 7.1 5.0 1.00 1.3 8.8 1606 75.3 4.5 1606Q 75.3 5 4.5 118 55.04 0 5.20 2.7 679 471.85 504/135 772 70.8
*Stylam Industries 10 1603 7.3 77 249 12.1 16.6 - 2.0 21.6 1606 70.0 4.9 1606Q 70.0 16 4.9 80 58.82 23 0.90 4.0 405 553.60 649/121 515 28.3
*Uniply Industries 10 1603 20.9 22 136 3.8 1.8 - 1.3 6.4 1606 38.5 1.8 1606Q 38.5 52 1.8 79 33.13 52 0.59 6.1 622 297.40 321/110 679 1 36.0
55 LEATHER
IND. COMPOSITE 112 5508 432 30
Bata India 5 1603 64.3 90 2418 218.7 17.0 3.50 0.0 18.5 1606 674.7 50.5 1606Q 674.7 -1 50.5 -44 52.95 0 27.76 106.1 6975 542.65 614/438 6634 39.4
Bhartiya Interna 10 U1603 11.7 150 450 14.8 12.6 1.20 1.2 8.4 1606 98.4 3.2 1606Q 98.4 12 3.2 6 48.35 0 6.58 5.5 648 553.30 638/426 818 43.4
Mirza International 2 U1603 24.1 33 927 78.1 6.5 0.50 0.6 19.7 1606 252.3 20.0 1606Q 252.3 1 20.0 11 73.77 0 0.83 30.4 1083 90.00 145/84 1260 13.5
Relaxo Footwears 1 1603 12.0 40 1713 120.3 10.0 0.60 0.4 25.1 1606 433.8 36.2 1606Q 433.8 -4 36.2 1 74.98 0 5.79 11.2 5211 434.10 566/360 5411 43.2
56 LOGISTICS
IND. COMPOSITE 572 4528 145 41
Aegis Logistics Ltd. 1 1603 33.4 13 357 53.9 1.6 0.90 0.2 12.8 1606 93.1 12.9 1606Q 93.1 0 12.9 -7 62.93 0 14.93 28.1 5120 153.30 164/77 5159 96.8
Allcargo Logistics 2 1603 50.4 54 1205 124.2 4.9 2.00 0.1 9.1 1606 306.1 28.3 1606Q 306.1 0 28.3 -3 69.92 0 13.95 23.9 4857 192.65XB 222/135 4917 39.4
Arshiya 2 1603 31.2 0 64 -278.4 -17.8 - 77.3 - 1606 18.0 -33.6 1606Q 18.0 12 -33.6 43 74.99 100 0.96 11.8 447 28.60 53/16 759 -
Navkar Corporation L 10 U1603 142.6 45 347 103.5 7.3 - 0.8 16.1 1606 89.6 26.3 1606Q 89.6 9 26.3 26 72.85 0 22.80 21.7 2712 190.20 224/151 3124 24.9
Sical Logistics 10 1603 55.6 83 591 18.5 3.3 - 1.3 4.0 1606 165.0 10.2 1606Q 165.0 48 10.2 139 66.07 62 0.88 40.1 960 172.60 193/119 1546 39.3
*Snowman Logistics Lt 10 1603 167.1 26 240 20.6 1.2 - 0.3 4.7 1606 49.7 1.8 1606Q 49.7 -16 1.8 -68 40.25 0 4.85 55.3 1188 71.10 104/46 1288 70.5
*VRL Logistics Ltd. 10 1603 91.2 56 1723 102.3 11.2 5.00 0.3 19.9 1606 458.6 26.5 1606Q 458.6 2 26.5 -25 69.57 0 21.65 44.1 2686 294.40 450/253 2832 28.8
57 LPG BOTTLING/DISTRI BUTION
IND. COMPOSITE 236 8185 462 33
*Gujarat Gas 10 U1603 137.7 156 6106 152.9 11.1 2.50 0.7 7.1 1606 1224.8 75.9 1606Q 1224.8 -27 75.9 46 60.89 0 17.53 27.0 8653 628.50 690/455 9906 48.9
Mahanagar Gas 10 1603 98.8 156 2079 308.7 31.3 17.50 0.0 20.1 1606 534.1 92.7 1606Q 534.1 -5 92.7 19 64.99 0 12.39 246.5 6375 645.35 661/493 6207 -
58 LUBRICANTS
IND. COMPOSITE 269 5398 811 37
Castrol India 5 1512 247.3 12 3298 615.3 12.4 9.00 0.0 106.9 1606 970.8 206.9 1606H 1826.5 6 379.3 15 59.53 0 23.10 108.5 23264 470.40 478/360 22568 35.1
*GOCL Corporation 2 1603 9.9 69 102 17.6 3.6 1.50 0.0 1.7 1606 25.9 3.1 1606Q 25.9 -3 3.1 -41 69.87 0 8.43 51.6 1306 263.55 281/120 1292 84.8
Gulf Oil Lubricants 2 1603 9.9* 50 1011 100.3 20.2 7.00 0.8 40.4 1606 283.6 31.2 1606Q 283.6 23 31.2 52 68.64 0 17.54 55.1 3646 734.95 760/452 3606 32.8
*Tide Water Oil 5 1603 1.7 1561 986 77.7 222.9 1 25.00 0.0 14.3 1606 288.1 27.5 1606Q 288.1 14 27.5 7 26.22 0 11.51 17.6 1892 5427.95XB 8317/3711 1649 23.8
59 MEDIA - PRINT
IND. COMPOSITE 472 9542 1183 20
DB Corp 10 1603 183.8* 73 2051 300.2 16.3 11.00 0.1 22.3 1606 570.3 105.0 1606Q 570.3 20 105.0 56 69.92 45 25.78 10.3 7439 404.75 439/287 7462 22.0
DIC India 10 1512 9.2 309 750 29.7 32.4 4.00 0.0 10.5 1606 181.6 6.9 1606H 350.4 -3 14.1 -1 71.75 0 0.06 8.6 510 555.10 746/489 511 17.2
Hindustan Media Vent 10 1603 73.4 124 919 180.5 24.6 1.20 0.2 19.9 1606 239.2 48.7 1606Q 239.2 7 48.7 17 74.30 0 17.05 12.0 2119 288.70 302/215 2247 11.3
*HT Media 2 1603 46.9* 68 1526 108.0 4.6 0.40 0.6 6.8 1606 365.0 0.9 1606Q 365.0 4 0.9 -80 69.50 0 18.78 30.6 1991 84.90 96/73 2791 19.1
*Jagran Prakashan 2 1603 65.4 39 1804 255.0 7.8 - 0.4 19.8 1606 473.4 73.6 1606Q 473.4 7 73.6 11 60.75 0 28.80 31.6 6278 192.05 213/127 6799 23.9
MPS Ltd. 10 1603 18.6 148 224 70.5 37.9 22.00 0.0 25.6 1606 50.7 15.2 1606Q 50.7 -2 15.2 8 67.77 0 10.46 10.3 1214 651.90 928/610 1209 16.9
Navneet Education 2 1603 47.6 26 931 127.8 5.4 2.20 0.2 20.3 1606 560.5 113.6 1606Q 560.5 9 113.6 15 61.80 0 21.68 26.2 2488 104.45 109/76 2582 17.4
Repro India Ltd. 10 1603 10.9 175 375 -8.0 -7.3 3.00 0.9 - 1606 75.8 -4.3 1606Q 75.8 -35 -4.3 -244 61.70 0 8.70 7.0 455 417.05 558/326 616 -
Sandesh 10 U1603 7.6 705 371 80.6 106.5 5.00 0.0 15.1 1603 94.4 22.0 - - 7 - - 74.81 0 0.01 4.9 657 868.40 1010/617 646 8.2
TCPL Packaging 10 1603 8.7 166 593 38.3 44.0 7.35 1.4 26.4 1606 145.8 7.6 1606Q 145.8 13 7.6 -4 58.42 0 0.08 7.1 574 659.40 780/449 767 15.1
60 MEDICAL - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 22 394 47 34
Poly Medicure Lt 5 U1603 22.1 54 394 47.3 10.7 3.00 0.3 19.8 1606 102.7 12.7 1606Q 102.7 8 12.7 30 48.76 0 8.32 4.0 1717 389.15 444/238 1755 34.2
61 METAL - NON-FERROUS
IND. COMPOSITE 1433 16758 8320 12
Arcotech Ltd. 10 U1603 21.0 97 729 36.5 17.4 1.50 1.5 17.9 1606 143.8 9.7 1606Q 143.8 -11 9.7 19 74.97 8 9.85 6.9 736 350.55 454/290 1006 19.4
*Hind. Copper 5 1603 462.6 21 969 43.6 0.5 - 0.1 2.3 1606 206.2 -2.9 1606Q 206.2 -13 -2.9 -114 89.94 0 7.47 61.2 6185 66.85 74/42 6152 -
Hind. Zinc 2 1603 845.1 88 14226 8166.6 19.3 27.80 0.0 21.8 1606 2530.6 1036.9 1606Q 2530.6 -30 1036.9 -47 64.92 0 2.87 64.7 93168 220.50 233/128 93116 12.8

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Tin Plate Co. 10 1603 104.7 57 834 73.4 7.0 2.00 0.0 12.3 1606 159.9 2.0 1606Q 159.9 -30 2.0 -91 74.95 0 1.05 45.5 935 89.35 108/57 930 17.8
62 MINING/MINERALS
IND. COMPOSITE 9031 46071 24449 12
Ashapura Min. Lt 2 U1603 17.4 -24 592 64.7 7.4 - -0.2 - 1606 78.8 -8.3 1606Q 78.8 -63 -8.3 -117 48.43 0 23.56 19.3 537 61.75 101/43 575 -
*Coal India Ltd. 10 1603 6316.4 25 166 16343.5 25.9 27.40 0.0 105.2 1603 42.9 1 3950.1 - - -39 - - 79.64 0 17.83 662.0 209798 332.15 350/272 2 05333 1 2.8
Deccan Gold Mines 1 U1603 9.0* 5 0 -6.9 -0.8 - 0.0 - 1606 0.0 -2.7 1606Q 0.0 -82 -2.7 -61 28.54 0 6.88 22.5 497 55.00 70/24 496 -
*Guj. Mineral Dev 2 U1603 63.6 109 1205 236.8 7.4 3.00 0.0 6.8 1606 399.3 114.8 1606Q 399.3 27 114.8 59 74.00 0 15.11 58.6 2997 94.25 101/52 2978 10.6
*Guj. NRE Coke 10 1603 1657.0* 7 731 -805.6 -4.9 - 2.4 - 1603 109.2 -351.6 - - 132 - - 27.65 53 37.21 188.1 583 3.52 4/2 3296 -
*Himadri Speciality 1 1603 41.8 21 1152 -12.1 -0.3 0.05 0.9 - 1606 255.1 11.6 1606Q 255.1 -8 11.6 158 48.95 0 0.48 21.3 1446 34.55 41/12 2169 -
Indian Metal & F 10 1603 26.0 311 1211 -54.8 -21.1 - 1.1 - 1606 250.5 -30.4 1606Q 250.5 -26 -30.4 -175 55.75 0 10.78 38.4 502 193.25 206/101 1349 -
MOIL Ltd. 10 1603 168.0 206 629 173.0 10.3 5.00 0.0 5.0 1606 183.5 47.1 1606Q 183.5 -1 47.1 -48 80.00 0 9.77 304.1 4276 254.55 284/180 1426 32.8
*NMDC Ltd. 1 1603 396.5 76 6456 3028.3 7.6 11.00 0.0 10.1 1606 1720.7 711.3 1606Q 1720.7 -5 711.3 -30 80.00 0 17.30 219.5 43929 110.80 117/75 30662 16.1
*Orissa Minerals Deve 1 1603 0.6 1392 0 10.6 17.7 2.66 0.0 1.3 1603 0.0 -0.8 - - -100 - - 50.01 0 19.15 18.3 1336 2226.70 2429/1370 537 1 25.7
Sandur M & I Ore 10 U1603 8.8 427 222 -14.2 -16.3 3.00 0.0 - 1606 87.8 4.7 1606Q 87.8 54 4.7 6 69.15 0 2.35 6.2 510 583.00 737/280 497 -
Shirpur Gold Refiner 10 1603 29.1 112 3895 13.8 4.7 - 0.7 4.2 1606 641.9 3.8 1606Q 641.9 -42 3.8 -14 72.71 24 2.60 7.6 475 163.05 179/49 640 31.1
Vedanta 1 1603 296.5 130 29811 5471.9 18.5 3.50 1.0 12.5 1606 7143.7 -119.8 1606Q 7143.7 -9 -119.8 -120 64.53 0 24.53 388.6 50889 171.65 181/58 89838 10.7
63 MISCELLANEOUS
IND. COMPOSITE 2675 25861 4478 31
Adani Ports & Speci 2 1603 414.2 66 4631 2841.6 13.7 1.10 1.0 20.9 1606 1055.2 602.8 1606Q 1055.2 -1 602.8 -2 56.68 39 37.24 334.4 56216 271.45 350/170 68661 19.9
*Cox & Kings L 5 1603 88.3* 141 543 169.3 9.6 1.00 0.4 6.8 1606 1193.2 90.7 1606Q 1193.2 522 90.7 17 51.35 46 33.05 38.0 3738 211.70 277/141 4168 20.5
*Dalmia Bharat 2 1603 17.8 141 204 65.5 7.4 2.00 0.2 5.2 1606 54.2 19.8 1606Q 54.2 24 19.8 139 57.41 0 12.35 13.3 16049 1807.35 1890/605 16262
2 08.3
*Dredging Corpora 10 1603 28.0 551 666 79.7 28.5 3.00 0.6 5.2 1603 176.7 37.7 - - -10 - - 73.56 0 13.47 49.9 1248 445.70 465/290 2016 15.7
EPC Industrie Ltd. 10 1603 27.7 44 205 9.2 3.3 - 0.0 7.4 1606 50.3 2.5 1606Q 50.3 -6 2.5 98 54.75 0 10.90 13.9 472 170.60 190/113 449 45.2
Future Consumer Ent. 6 1603 994.5* 5 1344 -63.6 -0.4 - 0.5 - 1606 357.3 -3.5 1606Q 357.3 35 -3.5 83 43.57 46 18.58 54.2 3381 20.40 27/15 3752 -
*Gateway Distriparks 10 1603 108.7 65 266 106.0 9.8 7.00 0.0 15.0 1606 80.3 9.7 1606Q 80.3 11 9.7 -84 25.17 26 66.26 31.2 3091 284.30 362/206 3090 57.2
IFGL Refracto 10 1603 34.6 48 304 18.6 5.4 2.00 0.2 11.1 1606 73.3 4.5 1606Q 73.3 -8 4.5 -29 71.29 0 1.94 19.5 481 139.00 155/75 503 28.8
*Indraprastha Gas Ltd 10 1603 140.0 172 3686 416.2 29.7 6.00 0.0 17.2 1606 899.7 148.0 1606Q 899.7 -0 148.0 44 45.00 0 36.12 57.8 10648 760.60 809/454 10195 23.0
Info Edge (India) 10 1603 120.9 146 723 141.6 11.7 3.00 0.0 8.0 1606 197.6 44.4 1606Q 197.6 15 44.4 54 43.09 0 45.45 15.2 10004 827.35 906/690 9052 63.6
Jain Irrigation 2 U1603 95.3* 50 4242 71.3 1.5 1.00 1.2 3.0 1606 985.8 35.3 1606Q 985.8 -14 35.3 61 30.90 27 48.10 146.0 4417 92.70 98/47 7071 51.3
Linc Pen & Plast 10 1603 14.8 68 344 18.3 12.4 3.00 0.3 18.1 1606 87.0 4.4 1606Q 87.0 10 4.4 17 60.42 0 0.87 6.5 420 283.95 295/145 450 22.1
Linde India 10 1512 85.3 163 1567 23.5 2.8 0.75 1.0 1.7 1606 430.3 -2.5 1606H 846.8 13 5.7 -69 74.99 0 15.55 19.9 3289 385.70 407/241 4657 3 03.0
*Nirlon 10 1603 90.1 31 289 43.6 4.8 0.75 2.1 3.0 1606 67.4 14.2 1606Q 67.4 6 14.2 49 71.58 0 8.22 40.6 1807 200.55 245/165 2400 37.5
*Orient Refractories 1 1603 12.0 17 459 55.8 4.6 1.45 0.0 27.3 1606 131.2 17.4 1606Q 131.2 19 17.4 45 69.61 0 11.32 10.4 1347 112.10 116/70 1270 22.0
Solar Industries Ind 2 1603 18.1* 65 1090 111.3 12.3 4.50 0.3 19.0 1606 345.2 34.1 1606Q 345.2 26 34.1 24 72.98 0 22.92 8.6 5800 640.90 760/570 5947 49.2
Sun Pharma Advanced 1 1603 24.7* 14 161 -70.0 -2.8 - 1.8 - 1606 21.5 -36.4 1606Q 21.5 -51 -36.4 -2107 67.71 1 8.76 90.1 9302 376.75 415/245 9344 -
Syngene Internationa 10 1603 200.0 53 1107 221.2 11.1 1.00 0.8 21.0 1606 274.5 59.8 1606Q 274.5 17 59.8 37 74.55 0 15.70 46.8 9641 482.05 510/315 9812 40.6
*Talwalkars Better Va 10 1603 29.7 139 229 53.4 18.0 1.50 0.7 12.9 1606 46.0 5.3 1606Q 46.0 13 5.3 17 37.98 0 19.86 15.3 758 255.15 290/182 912 14.0
TeamLease Service 10 1603 17.1 181 2505 24.3 14.2 - 0.1 7.8 1606 687.8 7.3 1606Q 687.8 - 7.3 - 45.61 0 27.55 5.3 1842 1077.55 1208/790 1603 -
Thomas Cook (I) 1 1603 36.6* 31 392 8.1 0.2 0.38 0.3 0.7 1606 673.7 20.4 1606Q 673.7 385 20.4 -18 67.71 0 18.79 48.7 7311 199.50 229/166 6995 -
Vesuvius India 10 1512 20.3 245 700 73.6 36.3 6.25 0.0 14.8 1606 208.1 23.8 1606H 386.7 16 42.3 21 55.56 0 26.81 11.9 2072 1020.90 1090/641 1899 25.6
Wonderla Holidays Lt 10 1603 56.5 71 205 59.8 10.6 2.00 0.0 14.8 1606 88.9 22.5 1606Q 88.9 32 22.5 -20 70.98 0 15.60 22.8 2290 405.30 430/267 2267 42.2
64 MOBILE PHONE SERVICE P R OVIDER
IND. COMPOSITE 9818 117437 6154 17
Bharti Airtel 5 1603 1998.7 211 60300 7546.5 18.9 1.36 0.5 8.9 1606 16339.7 1427.5 1606Q 16339.7 10 1427.5 -30 66.74 0 26.82 222.5 128696 321.95 385/282 1 71044 1 8.2
*Idea Cellular Ltd. 10 1603 3600.9* 67 35817 2616.7 7.3 0.60 1.6 10.8 1606 9449.3 160.4 1606Q 9449.3 8 160.4 -81 42.23 0 32.13 275.0 30104 83.60 160/81 67150 15.4
*MTNL 10 1603 630.0 0 3197 -2005.7 -31.8 -
1 347.8 - 1603 835.8 174.6 - - -6 - - 56.25 0 21.90 138.3 1380 21.90 25/15 18200 -
*OnMobile Global Ltd. 10 1603 104.1* 67 387 5.7 0.6 1.50 0.0 0.8 1606 86.8 12.6 1606Q 86.8 -17 12.6 74 48.94 0 11.14 33.5 1192 114.50 141/76 1108 1 07.6
*RelianceCommu.Ltd 5 1603 1244.5 130 9974 -1624.0 -6.5 - 0.9 - 1603 2599.0 401.0 - - -9 - - 59.04 30 26.67 1638.3 12632 50.75 92/46 39963 -
Tata Communications 10 1603 285.0 292 4790 113.2 4.0 4.30 0.1 1.4 1606 1220.5 204.3 1606Q 1220.5 6 204.3 59 74.99 5 19.73 55.4 14596 512.15 536/326 15195 85.9
Tata Teleservices (M 10 1603 1954.9 -18 2972 -498.0 -2.5 - -2.7 - 1606 734.9 -108.1 1606Q 734.9 -2 -108.1 -5 74.89 35 0.63 388.5 1187 6.07 9/6 10552 -
66 OIL DRILLING AND EX P LO R ATION
IND. COMPOSITE 8214 146296 21938 15
*Aban Offshore 2 1603 11.7 557 1014 367.8 63.0 - 0.3 11.3 1606 247.5 88.9 1606Q 247.5 6 88.9 21 46.95 25 6.16 161.5 1290 221.00 258/143 1893 3.4
Alpha Geo (India 10 U1603 5.6 121 69 7.0 12.3 2.00 0.0 10.2 1606 45.5 5.1 1606Q 45.5 870 5.1 1061 41.97 12 0.19 8.4 505 896.85 1005/379 502 40.1
Cairn India Ltd. 10 1603 1875.3* 199 4649 853.5 4.6 3.00 0.0 2.3 1606 1001.3 254.7 1606Q 1001.3 -29 254.7 -30 59.88 57 25.86 268.8 37384 199.35 213/107 36146 1 93.9
*Deep Industries 10 1603 29.2 87 169 40.9 14.0 1.50 1.1 16.2 1606 64.4 16.3 1606Q 64.4 136 16.3 142 70.08 0 2.44 10.1 571 195.70 216/117 819 11.3
GAIL (India) Ltd. 10 U1603 1268.5 248 51914 2298.9 18.1 5.50 0.3 7.3 1606 10851.8 1335.2 1606Q 10851.8 -14 1335.2 244 56.10 0 33.17 164.1 50092 394.90 408/276 56999 15.6
*Hind. Oil Explor 10 1603 130.5 21 28 6.6 0.5 - 0.0 2.4 1606 6.0 9.3 1606Q 6.0 -44 9.3 1981 16.28 0 1.64 86.7 713 54.65 58/26 660 46.4
Jindal Drilling 5 U1603 14.5 290 320 30.1 10.4 0.50 0.0 3.6 1603 79.2 4.2 - - -27 - - 63.71 0 0.05 12.3 524 180.85 210/103 522 17.4
*Oil India Ltd. 10 1603 601.1 371 9765 2330.1 38.8 16.00 0.4 10.4 1606 2221.2 494.4 1606Q 2221.2 -23 494.4 -33 67.64 0 17.07 122.4 24024 399.65 467/301 23810 11.7
ONGC 5 1603 4277.7 177 78368 16003.6 18.7 8.50 0.0 10.5 1606 17784.8 4232.5 1606Q 17784.8 -21 4232.5 -21 68.93 0 17.35 596.6 217652 254.40 268/188 2 07695 1 4.6
67 PACKAGING
IND. COMPOSITE 325 11802 831 20
Essel Propack Ltd. 2 1603 31.4 35 743 115.7 7.4 2.20 0.3 20.9 1606 197.8 19.4 1606Q 197.8 6 19.4 17 57.02 0 16.48 33.2 3377 214.95 233/133 3549 28.5
Flexituff Internatio 10 1603 24.9 152 1156 4.0 1.6 - 1.5 1.1 1606 286.1 -3.2 1606Q 286.1 2 -3.2 -320 32.88 100 18.04 0.9 502 201.90 245/163 1032 -
Huhtamaki PPL 2 1512 14.5 80 1151 49.1 6.8 2.80 0.7 8.4 1606 329.9 6.8 1606H 634.7 9 26.4 -15 68.76 0 6.93 14.7 2025 278.50 327/177 2414 45.5
*Jindal Poly Films 10 1603 43.8 412 2644 205.8 47.0 1.00 0.4 11.4 1606 596.4 40.5 1606Q 596.4 -17 40.5 -62 74.54 0 4.14 45.6 1791 409.10 612/366 2425 12.7
*Max India 2 1603 53.4* 2 201 115.2 4.3 1.80 0.0 215.8 1606 15.2 0.3 1606Q 15.2 20 0.3 256 - 0 0.00 - 3740 140.10 200/119 3737 -
Oricon Enterprises L 2 1603 31.4 31 61 15.8 1.0 0.50 0.2 3.3 1606 15.8 2.6 1606Q 15.8 -22 2.6 14 66.95 5 1.69 15.7 945 60.15 74/40 1029 58.5
*Polyplex Corpn. 10 1603 32.0 135 951 27.0 8.4 3.00 0.3 6.3 1606 233.9 16.1 1606Q 233.9 -4 16.1 2051 50.02 0 8.19 13.2 915 286.10 315/195 1036 21.6
Time Technoplast Ltd 1 U1603 21.0 44 1407 99.1 4.7 0.55 0.5 10.7 1606 347.0 17.4 1606Q 347.0 9 17.4 35 58.50 24 28.13 20.5 1772 84.35 92/42 2162 17.1
Uflex Ltd. 10 1603 72.2 258 3487 199.7 27.7 3.20 0.4 10.7 1606 850.8 46.5 1606Q 850.8 -6 46.5 16 44.01 0 10.04 46.0 1901 263.30 271/132 2494 9.2
68 PAINTS/VARNISHES
IND. COMPOSITE 294 23349 3046 55
Akzo Nobel India Ltd 10 1603 46.7 156 2740 202.1 43.3 70.00 0.0 27.7 1606 703.4 64.3 1606Q 703.4 7 64.3 42 72.96 0 10.47 44.8 7730 1656.75 1740/1204 7675 35.0
Asian Paints Ltd. 1 1603 95.9 52 12646 1597.4 16.7 7.50 0.0 32.2 1606 3407.7 501.2 1606Q 3407.7 10 501.2 17 52.79 13 26.24 156.8 112380 1171.60 1213/785 112256 66.7

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Databank Updated Information Updated as on Sept 9, 2016

AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Berger Paints I 1 1603 97.1* 16 4133 354.9 3.7 1.65 0.0 23.5 1606 1160.4 114.2 1606Q 1160.4 10 114.2 37 74.98 0 14.54 54.9 26044 268.25XB 272/151 26047 67.4
Kansai Nerolac Paint 1 1603 53.9 42 3830 891.1 16.5 3.05 0.0 38.9 1606 1047.1 126.5 1606Q 1047.1 5 126.5 35 73.98 0 16.20 25.5 20285 376.40 398/225 19836 22.0
69 PAPER
IND. COMPOSITE 450 10260 482 16
Ballarpur Ind. 2 U1603 131.1 25 619 17.8 0.3 - 1.0 1.1 1606 110.5 -37.3 1606Q 110.5 -19 -37.3 -8032 49.42 100 25.15 77.9 888 13.55 22/12 2456 -
Emami Paper Mill 2 1603 12.1 64 539 27.9 4.6 0.60 2.7 7.2 1606 252.9 8.0 1606Q 252.9 99 8.0 122 74.97 0 0.00 2.1 412 68.15 81/37 1308 12.8
International Paper 10 1603 39.8 113 1160 36.9 9.3 - 1.0 8.2 1606 298.5 15.4 1606Q 298.5 -0 15.4 91 74.99 0 3.42 12.9 1148 288.70 344/216 1586 26.0
JK Paper Ltd. 10 1603 148.5 60 2455 79.6 5.4 0.50 1.7 8.8 1606 606.5 26.7 1606Q 606.5 4 26.7 59 57.73 0 10.49 18.8 876 58.95 65/36 2426 9.8
Kushal Tradelink Ltd 2 1603 23.7 5 339 21.7 1.8 2.00 0.7 39.2 1606 84.0 38.6 1606Q 84.0 19 38.6 3331 66.58 0 0.00 20.8 1949 164.30 165/32 1978 33.0
Seshasayee Paper 10 1603 12.6 334 1031 35.6 28.2 5.00 0.6 8.4 1606 248.7 24.1 1606Q 248.7 5 24.1 347 43.44 0 9.48 11.5 616 488.50 510/196 861 11.3
T Nadu Newsprint 10 U1603 69.2 210 2418 253.9 36.7 7.50 1.5 17.4 1606 756.4 69.5 1606Q 756.4 17 69.5 35 35.31 0 35.56 29.5 2315 334.45 348/174 4139 8.5
West Coast Paper 2 1603 13.2 91 1700 8.9 1.3 1.00 1.1 1.5 1606 409.2 14.9 1606Q 409.2 4 14.9 162 55.43 1 12.01 17.5 677 102.55 109/53 1305 14.2
70 PESTICIDES/AGRO CHEMICALS
IND. COMPOSITE 355 19425 2003 36
Astec Lifesciences L 10 1603 19.5* 60 246 -20.2 -10.4 - 1.0 - 1606 66.0 3.7 1606Q 66.0 20 3.7 20 63.54 0 1.01 10.6 825 423.00 449/171 936 -
BayerCropscience 10 1603 35.4 497 3743 300.9 85.1 17.00 0.0 17.1 1606 855.5 131.3 1606Q 855.5 -39 131.3 23 68.57 0 19.84 20.4 14345 4057.60 4315/3115 13582 44.1
Bharat Rasayan 10 U1603 4.2 346 456 33.9 79.7 1.20 1.2 23.0 1603 99.3 4.9 - - 4 - - 74.79 0 0.00 4.4 620 1460.00 1553/800 757 18.3
Dhanuka Agritech Ltd 2 1603 10.0 96 829 107.3 21.5 6.50 0.0 22.3 1606 198.8 19.3 1606Q 198.8 10 19.3 4 74.98 0 7.62 11.2 3470 693.80 777/411 3476 32.1
Excel Crop Care Ltd. 5 1603 6.8* 282 877 59.6 44.1 12.50 0.0 15.7 1606 271.9 36.8 1606Q 271.9 -6 36.8 17 24.71 0 9.56 11.3 1713 1268.40 1292/750 1722 26.4
Excel Industries 5 1603 6.9* 151 448 25.2 18.3 4.50 0.4 12.1 1606 123.3 12.3 1606Q 123.3 -1 12.3 4 52.38 0 8.14 13.5 455 331.20 350/140 528 17.7
*Insecticides (India) 10 1603 20.7 198 988 39.3 19.0 2.00 0.4 9.6 1606 304.9 18.1 1606Q 304.9 7 18.1 -8 68.74 0 17.35 11.7 988 477.95 500/297 1158 26.3
Meghmani Organics Lt 1 1603 25.4 24 981 40.1 1.6 0.30 0.6 6.6 1606 274.4 7.3 1606Q 274.4 10 7.3 15 50.24 0 4.84 55.3 1029 40.45 50/18 1381 25.0
Monsanto India 10 1603 17.3 239 542 101.3 58.7 30.00 0.0 24.5 1606 240.3 56.6 1606Q 240.3 -9 56.6 -10 72.14 0 7.89 21.6 4042 2341.50 2745/1520 4036 42.5
PI Industries 1 1603 13.7 84 2097 313.4 22.9 3.10 0.1 27.1 1606 683.4 126.9 1606Q 683.4 23 126.9 45 51.71 0 34.92 21.0 11526 840.50 878/495 11607 32.7
Rallis India 1 1603 19.4 45 1306 126.0 6.5 2.50 0.0 14.6 1606 278.0 126.7 1606Q 278.0 12 126.7 2747 50.09 0 19.84 37.5 4431 227.85 235/142 4448 17.8
Sharda Cropchem 10 1603 90.2 81 932 170.4 18.9 3.00 0.0 23.3 1606 241.7 32.9 1606Q 241.7 15 32.9 8 74.99 0 20.17 17.8 3289 364.55 409/203 3237 19.0
UPL 2 1603 85.7 94 5983 705.7 16.5 5.00 0.3 17.6 1606 1666.1 271.3 1606Q 1666.1 7 271.3 893 29.73 5 57.59 58.6 28241 658.90 671/342 29546 33.6
71 PETROCHEM
IND. COMPOSITE 1887 39105 1907 25
DCW Ltd. 2 U1603 44.2 26 1272 18.5 0.8 - 1.2 3.2 1606 317.0 1.1 1606Q 317.0 -6 1.1 -88 49.03 0 9.15 49.9 621 28.10 34/18 1295 -
Finolex Industri 10 1603 124.1 77 2453 233.6 18.8 10.00 0.1 24.4 1606 672.9 98.0 1606Q 672.9 6 98.0 40 52.47 0 11.93 123.1 5834 470.10 498/248 5935 22.3
*GujaratStatePetronet 10 1603 563.4* 70 992 444.5 7.9 1.50 0.2 11.2 1606 258.1 121.3 1606Q 258.1 -0 121.3 8 37.68 0 35.60 130.8 8868 157.40 164/108 9113 19.6
INEOS Styrolution 10 1603 17.6 295 1597 62.8 35.7 4.00 0.3 12.1 1606 380.3 15.0 1606Q 380.3 21 15.0 -17 74.99 0 5.48 13.4 1006 571.85 840/475 1150 16.9
*Manali Petrochem 5 1603 86.0 16 579 48.2 2.8 0.50 0.0 17.1 1606 155.4 10.8 1606Q 155.4 -8 10.8 -27 44.81 0 1.56 131.4 550 31.95 37/21 546 12.4
NOCIL Ltd. 10 1603 160.8 29 715 77.7 4.8 1.20 0.0 16.6 1606 192.8 23.2 1606Q 192.8 4 23.2 39 37.61 14 2.06 116.2 1034 64.30 68/38 1043 12.3
*PetronetLNG 10 1603 750.0 85 27133 914.0 12.2 2.50 0.3 14.3 1606 5337.3 377.9 1606Q 5337.3 -36 377.9 55 49.99 0 37.73 276.7 26258 350.10 366/169 26136 25.1
*Savita Oil Tech 10 1603 14.6 404 1502 34.3 23.5 5.00 0.0 5.8 1606 382.9 20.2 1606Q 382.9 -2 20.2 71 71.58 0 15.27 8.9 924 633.00 676/440 927 21.7
Signet Industries 1 U1603 29.4 4 794 17.4 0.6 0.05 2.0 16.6 1606 244.1 4.2 1606Q 244.1 21 4.2 -27 70.24 0 0.05 3.0 1079 36.65 75/16 1202 -
Supreme Petroche 10 1603 96.5 43 2068 56.0 7.7 1.50 0.0 13.5 1606 740.7 45.6 1606Q 740.7 9 45.6 -28 60.84 0 0.50 49.5 2067 214.20 225/96 1996 20.3
72 PHARMACEUTICALS
IND. COMPOSITE 2165 126930 19612 29
Aarti Drugs Ltd 10 1603 24.2 145 1075 66.3 27.4 6.75 1.2 18.9 1606 269.1 17.3 1606Q 269.1 2 17.3 2 62.00 0 3.97 17.2 1161 479.45 642/431 1589 17.4
Abbott India Ltd. 10 1603 21.2 521 2628 259.6 122.2 35.00 0.0 23.4 1606 738.1 74.0 1606Q 738.1 16 74.0 10 74.98 0 8.59 21.7 9876 4647.55 6153/4360 9036 37.3
Ajanta Pharma Lt 2 1603 17.6 128 1552 414.5 47.1 8.00 0.1 36.9 1606 413.0 99.9 1606Q 413.0 21 99.9 23 73.77 5 12.05 29.5 17150 1948.70CB 2007/1103 17176 39.6
Alembic Ltd. 2 1603 53.4 11 126 24.7 0.9 - 0.0 8.5 1606 29.8 1.4 1606Q 29.8 -16 1.4 -46 64.45 0 9.68 54.5 1063 39.80 52/32 1060 -
Alembic Pharmaceutic 2 1603 37.7 81 2992 698.1 37.0 - 0.0 45.6 1606 688.6 119.7 1606Q 688.6 20 119.7 57 74.12 0 13.53 52.4 11955 634.15 747/514 11670 16.1
Alkem Laboratories 2 1603 23.9 297 3925 638.4 53.4 12.70 0.1 17.9 1606 1159.7 251.5 1606Q 1159.7 13 251.5 51 66.87 0 6.90 79.3 19173 1603.60 1670/1175 19003 26.4
*Amrutanjan Health Ca 2 1603 2.9 82 184 22.4 15.3 3.85 0.0 18.6 1606 34.7 2.1 1606Q 34.7 19 2.1 24 50.17 0 2.91 19.0 635 434.45 545/377 587 27.8
*Anuh Pharma Ltd 5 1603 12.5 48 326 25.8 10.3 2.50 0.0 21.6 1606 49.1 3.9 1606Q 49.1 -43 3.9 -51 71.06 0 0.00 11.4 547 218.45XB 359/159 536 25.3
AstraZeneca Pharma I 2 1603 5.0 62 564 5.3 2.1 - 0.0 3.4 1606 139.5 10.6 1606Q 139.5 6 10.6 289 75.00 0 12.34 14.3 2502 1000.80 1348/990 2425 1 90.8
Aurobindo Pharma 1 1603 58.5 116 9166 1619.7 27.7 2.50 0.4 23.8 1606 2389.8 391.0 1606Q 2389.8 8 391.0 -4 53.78 3 34.07 128.2 46972 802.70 892/582 49550 29.3
Biocon 5 1603 100.0 164 2324 808.8 40.4 5.00 0.1 24.6 1606 695.8 141.4 1606Q 695.8 16 141.4 39 60.67 0 20.23 100.3 18166 908.30 940/427 17540 21.8
Bliss GVS Pharma 1 1603 10.3 42 326 65.6 6.4 0.50 0.1 15.2 1606 65.9 13.8 1606Q 65.9 -18 13.8 -10 60.16 0 4.37 17.3 1569 152.15 211/79 1574 24.5
Cadila Healthcar 1 1603 102.4 60 7035 1977.3 19.3 3.20 0.2 32.2 1606 1271.7 165.1 1606Q 1271.7 -34 165.1 -71 74.79 0 16.75 100.4 39839 389.15 454/296 40710 25.1
Caplin Point Lab 10 1603 15.1 82 231 45.3 40.0 6.00 0.0 35.4 1606 79.6 14.4 1606Q 79.6 18 14.4 14 69.08 0 4.87 18.4 1987 1315.05 1590/835 1923 33.3
*Cipla 2 1603 160.7* 153 12034 1398.0 17.4 2.00 0.1 11.3 1606 2741.2 278.8 1606Q 2741.2 -22 278.8 -60 37.47 0 34.53 242.0 46730 581.50 705/458 47809 47.0
Claris Lifesciences 10 1603 54.6 154 547 -6.4 -1.2 2.00 0.0 - 1606 29.0 4.0 1606Q 29.0 -80 4.0 -38 60.99 26 21.63 21.0 1258 230.60 290/126 1225 -
*Dishman Pharmaceutic 2 1603 32.3* 52 510 87.2 5.4 2.00 0.6 10.4 1606 91.0 8.4 1606Q 91.0 -32 8.4 5 61.40 1 23.93 47.8 2857 177.05XB 210/121 3391 32.6
Divi’s Lab 2 1603 53.1 164 3721 1107.7 41.7 10.00 0.0 25.5 1606 1008.1 301.8 1606Q 1008.1 25 301.8 23 52.08 0 33.93 43.3 35099 1322.15XB 1378/918 35083 30.1
Dr. Reddy’s Labs 5 1603 85.4* 680 10208 1354.5 79.3 20.00 0.3 11.7 1606 2141.5 409.1 1606Q 2141.5 -15 409.1 -17 31.70 0 49.48 105.4 54525 3192.80 4383/2750 56341 43.5
FDC Ltd. 1 1603 17.8 59 997 156.8 8.8 2.25 0.0 15.0 1606 264.5 49.0 1606Q 264.5 1 49.0 12 68.88 0 13.61 24.3 3992 224.50 274/166 3980 24.6
GlaxoSmithKline Phar 10 1603 84.7 203 2757 375.2 44.3 50.00 0.0 21.9 1606 705.3 72.3 1606Q 705.3 8 72.3 -23 74.99 0 11.99 94.8 25352 2993.05 3850/2962 24020 71.6
Glenmark Pharma 1 1603 28.2* 258 6113 1468.4 52.0 2.00 0.1 20.1 1606 1640.9 518.8 1606Q 1640.9 31 518.8 53 46.48 0 42.06 84.9 25275 895.75 1075/672 25976 15.3
Granules India L 1 1603 21.7* 29 1328 121.0 5.6 0.65 0.5 19.0 1606 337.5 35.6 1606Q 337.5 4 35.6 17 51.08 27 8.09 68.4 2731 125.85 164/101 2952 21.6
Hester Biosciences L 10 1603 8.5 118 101 19.2 22.6 4.10 0.3 19.2 1606 30.1 6.0 1606Q 30.1 23 6.0 29 54.06 0 1.50 6.1 652 766.25 825/337 681 31.7
Hikal Ltd. 2 1603 16.4 56 926 41.3 5.0 1.00 1.0 7.3 1606 221.2 11.0 1606Q 221.2 16 11.0 499 68.76 0 12.63 8.9 1457 177.30 202/100 1907 28.9
Indoco Remedies 2 1603 18.4 63 1000 83.3 9.0 1.60 0.2 14.3 1606 257.4 19.8 1606Q 257.4 15 19.8 -2 59.24 0 20.70 15.0 2948 319.90 360/244 3060 35.6
Ipca Laboratorie 2 1603 25.2 183 2816 91.5 7.2 - 0.3 4.0 1606 842.2 47.6 1606Q 842.2 11 47.6 127 45.89 0 37.89 64.4 7419 587.85 807/402 7852 61.8
J B Chemicals & Phar 2 1603 17.0 135 1148 176.4 20.8 5.00 0.2 15.4 1606 309.2 49.9 1606Q 309.2 9 49.9 45 55.76 0 10.57 34.3 2970 350.20 365/228 3134 15.5
Jubilant Life Scienc 1 1603 15.9 124 2656 79.1 5.0 3.00 0.8 4.0 1606 586.9 21.0 1606Q 586.9 -12 21.0 184 54.02 8 26.81 35.5 9089 570.65 594/273 10605 98.1
Lupin Ltd. 2 1603 90.2* 257 11280 2885.1 64.0 7.50 0.0 24.9 1606 3551.7 1079.7 1606Q 3551.7 37 1079.7 56 46.76 0 42.26 181.8 70737 1568.20 2127/1294 71094 21.8
*Marksans Pharma 1 1603 40.9 10 358 71.5 1.7 0.12 0.1 17.4 1606 41.8 0.6 1606Q 41.8 -60 0.6 -97 48.24 0 13.76 102.3 1799 43.95 114/33 1836 37.3
Merck Ltd. 10 1512 16.6 356 940 53.6 32.3 7.50 0.0 9.1 1606 257.7 17.9 1606H 475.9 7 30.1 14 51.80 0 12.54 34.5 1213 731.00 817/623 1025 21.2
*Morepen Labs.Lt 2 1603 90.0 5 452 15.8 0.4 - 0.8 7.5 1606 118.4 4.0 1606Q 118.4 14 4.0 60 34.54 0 19.50 135.2 1098 24.40 42/12 1137 -
*Natco Pharma 2 1603 34.8 77 1021 174.5 10.0 1.25 0.1 13.1 1606 309.5 50.9 1606Q 309.5 59 50.9 49 51.28 0 26.00 41.2 11612 666.70 704/390 11668 59.1
*Nectar Lifesciences 1 1603 22.4 45 1676 59.3 2.6 0.10 0.9 5.9 1606 354.4 12.3 1606Q 354.4 -13 12.3 -29 55.79 56 4.53 34.8 904 40.30 61/32 1740 16.7

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
Neuland Laborat 10 1603 8.9 206 510 26.4 29.7 2.00 0.9 14.3 1606 149.8 9.7 1606Q 149.8 22 9.7 33 51.68 4 7.74 8.0 889 1001.20 1080/494 1049 30.9
Novartis 5 1603 16.0 364 808 198.6 62.1 10.00 0.0 17.1 1606 171.3 19.1 1606Q 171.3 -24 19.1 42 74.99 0 1.43 45.3 2305 721.15 968/600 1192 11.3
*Panacea Biotec L 1 1603 6.1 86 647 0.9 0.1 - 1.9 0.2 1606 123.7 -19.7 1606Q 123.7 -1 -19.7 47 74.62 35 1.75 10.1 661 107.95 171/84 1649 36.7
Pfizer Ltd. 10 1603 45.7 463 2017 222.8 48.7 15.00 0.0 10.5 1606 501.2 80.0 1606Q 501.2 4 80.0 49 63.92 0 12.87 88.0 9225 2016.40 2724/1611 8202 37.0
Piramal Enterprises 2 1603 34.5 706 3517 1061.2 61.5 17.50 1.0 8.7 1606 1041.3 257.6 1606Q 1041.3 50 257.6 84 51.57 0 30.79 87.8 32356 1875.00 2095/805 44718 28.2
RPG Life Sciences 8 1603 13.2 81 279 11.6 7.0 1.60 0.2 8.7 1606 87.4 9.9 1606Q 87.4 30 9.9 361 66.78 0 0.30 14.2 816 493.65 511/147 838 42.2
Sanofi India 10 1512 23.0 706 2193 321.5 139.6 65.00 0.0 19.8 1606 608.0 85.3 1606H 1152.4 11 165.9 29 60.39 0 29.40 17.7 10055 4366.00 4770/3850 9484 28.0
*Sequent Scientific 2 1603 47.6 40 397 7.1 0.3 - 0.0 0.8 1606 86.6 -1.9 1606Q 86.6 -20 -1.9 -150 56.24 20 20.66 5.9 3342 140.30 260/108 3376 -
Shilpa Medicare L 1 U1603 7.7 87 676 110.3 14.3 0.60 0.1 16.4 1606 154.5 24.1 1606Q 154.5 7 24.1 13 56.89 0 27.31 12.9 4178 541.90 612/355 4243 36.9
SMS Pharmaceuticals 1 U1603 8.5 35 603 41.6 4.9 0.20 0.6 14.0 1606 145.9 9.2 1606Q 145.9 18 9.2 27 63.87 4 0.28 14.7 752 88.80 138/55 897 17.2
Strides Shasun L 10 1603 89.4 351 2203 161.1 18.0 4.00 0.5 5.1 1606 514.0 27.2 1606Q 514.0 6 27.2 87 31.13 5 47.97 71.0 8788 983.35 1412/848 10119 57.5
Sun Pharma. 1 1603 240.7 89 7614 -1073.4 -4.5 1.00 0.3 - 1606 1778.3 -151.5 1606Q 1778.3 -13 -151.5 62 54.97 2 34.95 494.0 191854 797.15 934/706 1 97348 -
Suven Life Sciences 1 1603 12.7 49 500 95.0 7.5 2.00 0.1 15.2 1606 133.2 32.6 1606Q 133.2 32 32.6 61 60.00 0 7.61 61.8 2528 198.65 309/144 2355 23.6
Themis Medicare Ltd. 10 1603 9.0* 72 203 15.1 16.7 - 1.3 23.2 1606 56.8 5.5 1606Q 56.8 10 5.5 37 67.13 0 0.01 4.4 516 571.45 636/200 590 31.2
Torrent Pharmac 5 1603 84.6 218 5429 1763.3 104.2 35.00 0.5 47.8 1606 1318.0 337.0 1606Q 1318.0 -29 337.0 -60 71.24 0 17.84 48.8 28133 1662.50 1768/1190 29848 20.0
TTK Healthcare Ltd. 10 1603 7.8 170 519 22.7 29.2 5.00 0.2 16.6 1606 153.2 5.6 1606Q 153.2 10 5.6 19 65.42 0 10.68 12.2 828 1066.00 1118/838 774 35.1
Unichem Labs 2 1603 18.2* 113 1222 100.6 11.1 2.00 0.0 9.8 1606 342.0 25.8 1606Q 342.0 11 25.8 -10 50.08 0 17.88 23.2 2483 273.30 334/189 2481 25.5
Vivimed Labs 2 U1603 16.2* 46 320 8.1 1.0 - 1.6 2.2 1606 72.4 2.2 1606Q 72.4 -9 2.2 1 36.79 73 2.49 8.3 618 76.25 97/52 1198 75.8
Wockhardt Ltd. 5 1603 55.3* 99 2225 32.8 3.0 - 1.8 3.0 1606 613.4 16.3 1606Q 613.4 20 16.3 152 74.18 0 10.13 91.0 9482 857.75 1748/706 10363 1 42.5
73 PLANTATIONS - TEA A ND C OFFEE
IND. COMPOSITE 199 6972 717 21
Bombay Burmah 2 1603 14.0 30 242 -33.1 -4.8 1.00 1.4 - 1606 65.2 -3.7 1606Q 65.2 -3 -3.7 -328 65.90 4 5.47 17.7 3924 562.40 606/311 4220 -
*CCL Products India 2 1603 26.6 34 677 81.9 6.2 2.50 0.3 18.3 1606 173.3 24.7 1606Q 173.3 10 24.7 22 44.72 0 23.44 17.0 3496 262.80 286/154 3607 40.5
Goodricke Group 10 1603 21.6 88 744 -12.9 -4.8 4.00 0.0 - 1606 125.0 14.4 1606Q 125.0 22 14.4 1242 74.00 0 0.02 14.9 417 192.95 220/133 406 -
McLeod Russel 5 1603 54.7 120 1507 14.6 1.3 2.00 0.5 0.8 1606 174.1 -17.3 1606Q 174.1 3 -17.3 40 49.89 22 36.51 60.8 2034 185.80 220/130 2630 99.5
Tata Coffee Ltd. 1 1603 18.7 41 718 102.5 5.5 1.30 0.1 13.5 1606 206.3 27.0 1606Q 206.3 18 27.0 35 57.48 29 6.28 65.7 2348 125.70 136/82 2414 21.4
Tata Global Beverage 1 1603 63.1 46 3084 563.7 8.9 2.25 0.0 19.5 1606 820.1 73.3 1606Q 820.1 2 73.3 12 35.71 5 34.58 182.6 8807 139.55 150/100 8621 15.5
74 PLASTICS - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 212 12898 806 36
Arrow Greentech 10 U1603 11.7 28 23 11.0 9.4 4.50 0.0 33.4 1606 7.2 3.8 1606Q 7.2 40 3.8 104 70.95 0 0.52 4.4 491 417.85 861/382 488 37.9
Astral Poly Technik 1 1603 12.0 62 1333 72.5 6.1 0.40 0.2 9.8 1606 317.1 16.3 1606Q 317.1 8 16.3 -5 59.34 5 23.73 14.2 5637 470.70 526/334 5711 78.7
Cosmo Films 10 1603 19.5* 255 1440 108.3 55.5 10.00 0.7 21.7 1606 349.8 27.1 1606Q 349.8 -3 27.1 28 43.51 0 5.08 21.8 683 350.15 408/138 992 6.0
Kingfa Science & Tec 10 1603 10.1 118 314 10.8 10.7 - 0.1 9.0 1606 88.0 2.6 1606Q 88.0 40 2.6 579 74.99 0 0.07 4.9 1114 1101.35 1267/272 1123 80.2
Mayur Uniquoters 5 1603 23.1 74 511 82.5 17.8 3.50 0.1 24.1 1606 130.4 23.5 1606Q 130.4 1 23.5 21 61.12 0 14.47 16.3 1974 426.55 480/384 1980 22.8
Mold-Tek Packaging 5 1603 13.9* 47 276 24.1 8.7 3.25 0.2 18.7 1606 83.3 7.8 1606Q 83.3 13 7.8 37 34.81 0 18.85 11.1 555 200.45 217/102 580 21.2
Nilkamal Ltd. 10 1603 14.9 392 1870 103.9 69.6 7.00 0.1 17.8 1606 495.8 31.7 1606Q 495.8 8 31.7 25 64.13 0 8.06 15.0 2019 1353.05 1631/823 2091 18.3
Plastiblends Ind 5 1603 6.5 142 518 37.7 29.0 7.00 0.4 20.4 1606 143.1 8.4 1606Q 143.1 12 8.4 -20 62.06 0 2.05 9.9 559 430.00 524/290 639 15.7
Responsive Industrie 1 1603 26.7 22 1837 17.9 0.7 0.10 0.5 3.1 1603 480.1 6.3 - - 24 - - 60.41 0 8.37 1.7 2138 80.10 119/70 2394 -
Shaily Engineering P 10 1603 8.3 108 226 15.5 18.6 4.00 0.6 17.3 1606 59.2 3.2 1606Q 59.2 9 3.2 -4 54.09 0 5.55 2.6 476 571.90 704/351 513 31.0
Supreme Inds. 2 1603 25.4 96 2975 213.1 22.4 7.50 0.2 17.4 1606 1189.1 101.5 1606Q 1189.1 -7 101.5 -28 49.71 0 28.95 31.5 11964 941.85 1023/576 12164 38.0
VIP Indus. 2 1603 28.3 24 1216 63.4 4.5 2.00 0.0 18.9 1606 375.2 29.0 1606Q 375.2 6 29.0 15 52.50 0 19.55 45.3 1894 134.00 141/71 1901 28.1
*Wim Plast Ltd 10 U1603 12.0* 186 359 45.1 37.6 12.00 0.0 20.3 1606 99.5 13.5 1606Q 99.5 15 13.5 43 74.95 0 3.34 5.7 1622 1351.40XB 1439/776 1608 33.0
75 POWER - GENERATION/ D IS T RIBUTION
IND. COMPOSITE 41984 163965 2 0873 13
Adani Power Ltd. 10 1603 3417.5* 26 12704 5.6 0.0 - 2.7 0.1 1606 2872.8 -5.3 1606Q 2872.8 -6 -5.3 -105 63.12 44 28.78 365.5 9859 28.85 36/21 33543 -
*BF Utilities Ltd. 5 1603 18.8 21 5 -1.0 -0.5 - 0.9 - 1606 6.3 2.8 1606Q 6.3 3 2.8 86 65.63 0 1.11 44.8 2282 605.95 724/390 2351 -
CESC Ltd. 10 1603 132.6 596 6493 707.0 53.3 10.00 0.6 8.2 1603 1479.0 248.0 - - 5 - - 49.93 0 41.66 39.2 8506 641.70 683/405 12095 12.0
*Energy Developme 10 U1603 47.5 33 134 1.6 0.3 0.50 0.0 1.0 1606 17.1 -3.1 1606Q 17.1 726 -3.1 -43 61.31 0 0.00 6.6 862 181.40 183/15 863 -
*Guj. Industries 10 1603 151.3 131 1352 188.4 12.5 2.70 0.2 9.5 1606 354.0 55.0 1606Q 354.0 6 55.0 1 58.20 0 18.90 57.8 1342 88.75 99/70 1529 7.1
GVK Power & Infrastr 1 1603 157.9 14 27 -129.6 -0.8 - 0.1 - 1606 6.8 -51.0 1606Q 6.8 3 -51.0 -615 54.25 0 8.35 286.6 1058 6.70 10/4 1201 -
India Power Corp 1 U1603 97.4 10 586 31.9 0.3 - 0.5 3.2 1603 118.0 23.1 - - 0 - - 68.31 0 0.12 2.2 3248 33.35 41/10 3740 -
Jaiprakash Power Ven 10 U1603 2938.0 21 3884 -294.5 -1.0 - 2.9 - 1606 753.8 -196.2 1606Q 753.8 -38 -196.2 -393 63.60 79 9.23 325.6 1460 4.97 8/4 19577 -
JSW Energy Ltd. 10 1603 1640.1 50 5959 965.9 5.9 2.00 0.5 11.8 1606 1298.8 225.1 1606Q 1298.8 2 225.1 14 74.99 48 20.65 106.7 13424 81.85 96/59 17529 12.1
*KSK Energy Ventures 10 1603 424.0 71 22 -55.6 -1.3 - 0.2 - 1603 5.0 -32.2 - - -51 - - 68.15 96 17.84 18.9 1238 29.20 55/27 1917 -
*NHPC 10 1603 11070.7 26 7434 2440.1 2.2 1.50 0.6 8.5 1606 2196.8 857.8 1606Q 2196.8 10 857.8 7 74.59 0 13.76 872.6 29061 26.25 28/16 41569 11.5
*NLC India L 10 1603 1677.7 92 6669 1204.2 7.2 3.00 0.2 7.8 1603 1854.2 446.2 - - 9 - - 90.00 0 4.78 90.2 12793 76.25 87/60 12807 10.6
*NTPC 10 1603 8266.1* 107 70507 10242.9 12.4 3.35 1.0 11.5 1606 19062.9 2369.5 1606Q 19062.9 12 2369.5 4 69.95 0 27.87 662.6 131224 158.75 170/117 2 13200 1 2.5
Orient Green Power C 10 1603 739.8 13 - -168.5 -2.3 - 0.3 - 1606 6.1 -16.8 1606Q 6.1 -68 -16.8 -15 71.51 50 7.76 28.5 733 9.91 18/10 1001 -
*PTC India 10 1603 296.0 94 12799 233.6 7.9 2.50 0.0 8.4 1606 3644.3 56.5 1606Q 3644.3 11 56.5 18 16.21 0 58.78 151.1 2510 84.80 88/53 2349 10.4
RattanIndia Power 10 U1603 2952.9 18 2775 116.7 0.4 - 1.2 2.1 1603 965.0 281.4 - - 284 - - 57.48 97 17.65 136.8 2805 9.50 13/6 8782 -
*Reliance Infrastruct 10 1603 263.0 809 9961 1985.8 75.5 8.50 0.7 9.1 1603 2781.5 729.0 - - -2 - - 48.35 53 35.76 1118.2 16236 617.35 635/322 30424 8.2
*Reliance Power L 10 1603 2805.1 58 85 402.7 1.4 1.00 0.3 2.5 1603 33.0 111.4 - - -49 - - 74.99 53 10.84 3 620.5 15007 53.50 61/37 19685 37.3
*SJVN Ltd. 10 1603 4136.6 27 2498 1408.5 3.4 1.10 0.2 12.7 1603 385.8 147.5 - - -13 - - 89.96 0 7.15 86.3 11727 28.35 34/24 10307 8.3
*Tata Power Co. 1 1603 270.5 58 8438 771.6 2.9 1.30 0.8 4.8 1606 1873.8 146.9 1606Q 1873.8 -14 146.9 -56 33.02 5 50.52 309.7 20853 77.10 80/55 32827 30.8
Torrent Power Ltd. 10 1603 480.6 155 11633 816.0 17.0 4.50 1.1 10.9 1606 2575.9 30.6 1606Q 2575.9 -16 30.6 -85 53.56 0 22.53 126.6 8776 182.60 253/149 16139 12.8
76 POWER - TRANSMISSIO N/E Q UIPMENT
IND. COMPOSITE 6555 38191 6365 17
Adani Transmission L 10 1603 1099.8 20 274 -53.7 -0.5 - 2.3 - 1606 31.0 -26.0 1606Q 31.0 0 -26.0 -6 74.99 25 19.41 58.5 4515 41.05 43/25 9630 -
GE Power India 10 1603 67.2 138 1727 -78.8 -11.7 - 0.0 - 1606 3.9 -0.6 1606Q 3.9 -99 -0.6 -108 68.57 0 17.23 41.7 3892 578.95 702/548 3380 -
GE T&D India 2 1603 51.2 52 3420 77.5 3.0 1.80 0.4 5.8 1606 855.9 -197.4 1606Q 855.9 5 -197.4 -1108 75.01 0 16.40 43.7 8429 329.20 560/314 8872 -
Kalpataru Power 2 1603 30.7 147 4365 199.5 13.0 1.50 0.2 8.8 1606 1187.4 64.5 1606Q 1187.4 2 64.5 33 59.45 36 30.09 20.1 4018 261.80 287/160 4470 18.6
KEC International Lt 2 1603 51.4 48 6464 158.0 6.1 1.00 1.4 12.7 1606 1529.1 29.7 1606Q 1529.1 10 29.7 244 50.86 0 32.61 73.5 3355 130.50 165/97 4994 18.7
*Power Grid Corpo 10 1603 5231.6 82 20802 6026.7 11.5 2.31 2.4 14.1 1606 6119.9 1801.8 1606Q 6119.9 30 1801.8 33 57.89 0 34.92 689.7 96078 183.65 188/121 1 95864 1 4.9
Transformers & Recti 10 1603 13.3 241 576 -8.5 -6.4 - 0.4 - 1606 159.2 0.8 1606Q 159.2 156 0.8 106 74.89 22 5.47 30.0 433 326.30 388/167 540 -
Voltamp Transformers 10 1603 10.1 464 563 44.0 43.5 12.50 0.0 9.4 1606 115.1 9.1 1606Q 115.1 32 9.1 41 47.48 0 36.88 13.5 816 806.90 962/630 815 17.5

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Databank Updated Information Updated as on Sept 9, 2016

AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

(in’ 000)
Div (`)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)

(` Cr)
Sales

Sales
NP
77 PROJECT CONSULTANCY/TU R NKEY
IND. COMPOSITE 908 5598 184 34
Engineers India 5 1603 168.5 79 1496 258.3 7.7 4.00 0.0 9.7 1606 341.8 80.3 1606Q 341.8 -13 80.3 50 59.36 0 27.54 144.5 8927 264.95 276/143 6358 31.7
OM Metals Infraproje 1 U1603 9.6 59 189 31.1 3.2 0.30 0.1 5.5 1606 50.9 4.2 1606Q 50.9 23 4.2 -60 70.73 0 5.11 11.9 458 47.55 65/36 452 18.5
*Power Mech Projects 10 U1603 14.7 293 1362 74.3 50.5 1.00 0.6 17.3 1606 322.3 16.6 1606Q 322.3 7 16.6 4 64.74 0 24.01 19.1 688 467.75 701/450 844 9.2
Reliance Ind.Inf 10 1603 15.1 170 90 15.4 10.2 3.50 0.0 5.6 1606 23.1 3.0 1606Q 23.1 -1 3.0 -32 45.43 0 0.72 88.6 684 453.25 540/303 682 49.1
*Sadbhav Infrastructu 10 1603 352.2 35 86 1.0 0.0 - 0.9 0.1 1606 97.2 10.4 1606Q 97.2 1132 10.4 144 68.98 15 10.99 8.7 3700 105.05 115/66 4866 -
*Shriram EPC Ltd. 10 1603 330.6 12 548 -244.0 -7.4 - 5.0 - 1606 94.4 -41.8 1606Q 94.4 -38 -41.8 -1397 50.03 30 42.53 11.6 784 23.70 39/19 2697 -
Sunil Hitech Enginee 10 U1603 17.3 235 1828 48.1 27.8 1.50 1.1 11.8 1606 444.0 11.9 1606Q 444.0 6 11.9 8 56.16 5 0.38 14.7 468 269.90 344/155 758 9.5
78 REFINERIES
IND. COMPOSITE 6114 785119 23612 12
Bharat Petroleum 10 1603 1446.2* 207 1 89303 7431.9 51.4 31.00 0.5 24.9 1606 57015.8 2620.5 1606Q 57015.8 -3 2620.5 11 54.93 0 29.67 98.7 85100 588.45XB 617/366 96742 11.1
*Chennai Petro. 10 1603 148.9 154 25994 770.7 51.8 4.00 2.0 33.5 1606 9781.4 469.8 1606Q 9781.4 8 469.8 -49 67.28 0 19.20 67.1 4248 285.25 312/138 7769 13.4
Hind. Petrol 10 1603 338.6 542 1 79571 3862.7 114.1 34.50 0.8 21.0 1606 51661.0 2098.4 1606Q 51661.0 -6 2098.4 30 51.11 0 33.88 98.6 42311 1249.50CB 1329/636 56814 9.7
*Indian Oil Corp 10 1603 2428.0 305 3 50603 1 0399.0 42.8 14.00 0.6 14.1 1606 1 07200.6 8269.0 1606Q 1 07200.6 -6 8269.0 25 58.27 0 16.81 176.5 136864 563.70CB 593/345 1 78837 10.8
Mangalore Refine 10 1603 1752.6 37 39647 1148.2 6.6 - 1.1 17.9 1606 11590.7 720.3 1606Q 11590.7 -15 720.3 78 88.58 0 4.15 443.9 14818 84.55 93/50 7928 10.2
79 RETAIL
IND. COMPOSITE 1129 29490 208 79
*Aditya Birla Fashion 10 1603 769.1* 12 6060 -104.1 -1.4 - 1.6 - 1606 1415.1 -20.8 1606Q 1415.1 222 -20.8 72 59.46 0 26.63 160.4 11601 150.85 263/124 13057 -
Future Enterprises 2 1603 94.3* 40 6845 14.6 0.3 - 0.6 0.8 1603 820.6 16.5 - - 23 - - 46.69 92 22.52 43.9 785 16.65 173/16 1816 15.4
Future Lifestyle 2 1603 38.0* 86 3300 29.5 1.6 0.40 0.6 1.8 1606 803.8 3.5 1606Q 803.8 15 3.5 42 60.22 62 18.26 46.8 2359 124.25 142/65 3259 77.3
Future Retail L 2 1603 94.3* 40 6845 14.6 0.3 - 0.6 0.8 1606 3979.7 70.5 1606Q 3979.7 869 70.5 181 - 0 0.00 - 7468 158.45 164/150 8499 -
Kewal Kiran Clothing 10 1603 12.3 242 457 67.9 55.1 60.00 0.1 22.7 1606 108.3 12.6 1606Q 108.3 17 12.6 11 74.21 0 21.35 3.9 2373 1925.00 2281/1603 2377 34.3
Shoppers Stop 5 1603 41.8 94 3413 25.2 3.0 0.75 0.6 3.2 1606 772.2 -13.6 1606Q 772.2 9 -13.6 37 67.09 13 16.56 8.0 3174 380.15 422/335 3637 96.1
*Store One Retail Ind 10 1603 27.6 76 260 55.3 20.0 - 0.2 26.5 1606 79.7 7.5 1606Q 79.7 122 7.5 435 73.85 0 0.13 12.8 464 168.20 248/28 509 7.6
Trent Ltd. 1 1603 33.2* 43 1501 77.8 2.3 0.90 0.1 5.5 1606 400.9 23.3 1606Q 400.9 15 23.3 45 32.61 0 42.97 33.5 7794 234.53 2442/1160 7842 91.6
V Mart Retail 10 U1603 18.1* 129 809 27.6 15.3 1.25 0.1 11.9 1606 227.1 9.2 1606Q 227.1 11 9.2 -18 55.45 0 28.94 4.0 921 510.00 683/425 948 36.0
80 RUBBER
IND. COMPOSITE 16 521 57 19
Apcotex Industries L 5 1603 10.4 55 268 24.7 11.9 4.50 0.1 21.8 1606 61.1 4.6 1606Q 61.1 -9 4.6 -25 57.89 0 0.03 21.2 781 376.45XB 435/182 793 33.8
Indag Rubber 2 1603 5.3 60 253 32.0 12.2 2.40 0.0 20.3 1606 48.8 5.8 1606Q 48.8 -24 5.8 -28 74.75 0 0.99 7.5 481 183.05 237/146 476 16.2
81 SERVICES - OTHERS
IND. COMPOSITE 397 5563 704 62
BLS International Se 10 1603 10.2* 11 16 1.2 1.2 - - 10.6 1606 5.1 0.4 1606Q 5.1 - 0.4 - - 0 0.00 - 1058 1032.75 1033/974 1058 -
*Credit Analysis & Re 10 1603 29.4* 163 265 117.7 40.0 28.00 0.0 24.6 1606 57.1 24.7 1606Q 57.1 18 24.7 41 0.00 0 75.37 49.0 3531 1199.45 1412/885 3519 28.3
Crisil 1 1512 7.1 95 956 222.0 31.1 23.00 0.0 32.9 1606 262.9 50.5 1606H 522.1 15 116.1 19 67.10 0 17.98 20.4 15597 2188.20 2307/1750 15553 64.9
ICRA Ltd. 10 1603 10.0 408 195 61.5 61.5 25.00 0.0 15.1 1606 47.0 22.9 1606Q 47.0 9 22.9 117 50.05 0 36.02 14.7 3854 3853.70 4561/3235 3673 52.2
Infibeam Incorp 10 1603 53.1 133 43 4.3 0.8 - 0.0 0.6 1606 10.9 21.0 1606Q 10.9 - 21.0 - 45.51 0 9.93 3.1 4557 858.30 938/431 4096 -
*Just Dial 10 1603 70.6* 95 691 141.8 20.1 - 0.0 21.1 1606 176.3 38.9 1606Q 176.3 6 38.9 8 32.44 2 43.00 43.0 3438 487.25 1077/378 3405 23.3
*MCX 10 1603 51.0 273 235 41.8 8.2 6.50 0.0 3.0 1606 63.0 32.8 1606Q 63.0 12 32.8 55 0.00 0 58.43 143.7 4868 954.45 1116/726 4367 44.7
MT Educare Ltd. 10 U1603 39.8 39 244 29.2 7.3 2.00 0.0 18.8 1606 67.9 3.1 1606Q 67.9 8 3.1 -26 42.78 6 20.90 13.2 529 132.90 200/121 522 18.8
Quess Corp 10 1603 126.0 29 2918 84.4 6.7 - 0.8 23.4 1606 810.4 21.3 1606Q 810.4 31 21.3 31 89.53 0 7.50 28.6 6801 539.95 651/452 6977 -
82 SHIP - DOCKS/BREAKI NG/ R EPAIRS
IND. COMPOSITE 1220 966 -291 39
Gujarat Pipavav Port 10 1603 483.4 40 660 236.7 4.9 1.90 0.0 12.3 1606 167.2 59.8 1606Q 167.2 -9 59.8 -26 43.00 0 50.06 48.4 9410 194.65 213/137 9120 43.6
Reliance Def.& Eng. 10 1603 736.2 23 306 -527.3 -7.2 - 4.3 - 1603 94.7 102.4 - - -73 - - 29.89 100 14.26 112.8 4796 65.15 114/53 11950 -
83 SHIPPING
IND. COMPOSITE 846 7128 922 9
*Essar Shipping 10 1603 207.0 223 729 -113.6 -5.5 - 0.6 - 1606 175.4 -50.5 1606Q 175.4 -10 -50.5 -128 74.36 100 9.67 90.2 548 26.50 38/15 3456 -
Great Eastern 10 1603 150.8 345 1974 609.9 40.5 13.50 0.5 11.7 1606 409.4 103.6 1606Q 409.4 -14 103.6 -16 30.49 0 42.26 72.3 5438 360.65 420/275 6040 9.9
*Shipping Corpn. 10 1603 465.8 148 4112 377.3 8.1 - 0.7 5.5 1606 840.5 55.9 1606Q 840.5 -20 55.9 -66 63.74 0 22.68 160.5 3228 69.30 101/55 6540 12.0
Shreyas Shipping & L 10 1603 22.0 103 313 48.7 22.2 1.30 0.6 21.5 1606 85.1 4.9 1606Q 85.1 12 4.9 -72 73.24 0 1.70 14.4 569 259.25 529/133 705 15.7
84 SUGAR
IND. COMPOSITE 526 25567 -257 25
Bajaj HindusthanSuga 1 1603 113.4 21 4683 -114.3 -1.0 - 2.7 - 1603 1641.8 125.6 - - -9 - - 26.01 100 50.09 140.4 2086 18.40 24/13 8351 -
Balrampur Chini 1 1603 24.5* 50 2757 99.4 4.1 - 1.2 8.1 1606 826.8 110.7 1606Q 826.8 30 110.7 252 40.82 0 29.89 82.6 2582 105.40 138/44 4077 9.1
Bannari Amman Su 10 U1603 11.4 854 1400 25.2 22.1 - 1.2 2.6 1606 373.0 20.2 1606Q 373.0 1 20.2 133 54.72 83 0.17 7.2 2194 1917.75 2242/632 3364 20.7
*Dalmia Bharat Sugar 2 1603 16.2 63 1166 58.5 7.2 0.60 1.9 11.4 1606 353.7 48.3 1606Q 353.7 11 48.3 605 74.91 0 4.45 14.6 899 111.10 168/22 1815 7.7
Dhampur Sugar 10 1603 66.4 63 2183 31.9 4.8 - 3.6 4.5 1606 491.5 33.9 1606Q 491.5 3 33.9 139 50.59 6 10.69 40.6 745 112.15 138/28 2201 4.9
Dwarikesh Sugar 10 1603 16.3 53 794 39.0 23.9 - 7.2 45.4 1606 286.3 31.9 1606Q 286.3 45 31.9 157 48.32 0 3.84 8.9 406 248.80 379/24 992 3.2
EID Parry 1 1603 17.6* 73 2310 -66.5 -3.8 - 0.6 - 1606 581.4 25.3 1606Q 581.4 21 25.3 119 45.27 0 18.12 41.4 4275 243.10 270/126 5005 -
Sakthi Sugars 10 U1603 118.8 -1 821 -55.1 -4.6 - 47.1 - 1606 283.6 79.0 1606Q 283.6 45 79.0 447 60.66 13 19.13 40.7 475 39.95 56/14 1226 -
*Shree Renuka Sugars 1 1603 92.9 13 5862 -285.3 -3.1 - 2.6 - 1606 1629.1 3.2 1606Q 1629.1 5 3.2 101 55.44 48 4.83 206.5 1528 16.45 19/7 4777 -
Triveni Eng.&Ind.Ltd 1 1603 25.8 23 1915 -12.3 -0.5 - 2.6 - 1606 600.9 42.8 1606Q 600.9 19 42.8 146 68.21 1 6.35 35.8 1405 54.45 68/23 2957 -
*Ugar Sugar Works 1 1603 11.3 8 837 11.3 1.0 - 2.7 12.4 1606 117.7 1.1 1606Q 117.7 1 1.1 101 45.79 0 0.05 27.6 420 37.30 73/8 662 4.0
*Upper Ganges Sug 10 1603 11.6 8 837 11.2 9.7 - 64.8 119.8 1606 269.8 22.9 1606Q 269.8 57 22.9 151 56.36 0 3.43 7.1 474 409.95 533/31 1032 6.0
85 TELECOMMUNICATIONS- E Q UIPMENT
IND. COMPOSITE 3026 6282 -159 10
*GTL Infrastructure 10 1603 2336.4 -1 619 -547.3 -2.3 - -38.6 - 1603 155.9 -92.8 - - 4 - - 26.91 55 49.35 181.7 605 2.59 4/2 5259 -
*Himachal F. Comm 1 1603 123.9 8 2570 119.0 1.0 - 0.5 11.4 1606 504.0 46.2 1606Q 504.0 -19 46.2 -59 38.96 50 12.43 241.6 2095 16.90 25/13 2411 -
*ITI 10 1603 480.0 -35 1190 251.2 5.2 - -0.8 37.1 1606 325.9 11.2 1606Q 325.9 160 11.2 -72 94.00 0 0.25 37.0 1421 29.60 35/22 2439 6.4
Optiemus Infracom 10 U1603 85.8 31 1903 18.1 2.1 - 1.3 6.8 1606 372.6 3.0 1606Q 372.6 -47 3.0 -57 74.92 39 0.00 3.1 450 52.45 99/29 669 32.2
86 TEXTILES
IND. COMPOSITE 3731 88963 1123 20
Aditya Birla Nuvo 10 1603 130.2* 657 5466 360.0 27.6 5.00 0.4 4.2 1606 1230.3 1102.6 1606Q 1230.3 -17 1102.6 1056 58.40 0 25.80 133.9 18007 1382.75 2364/685 21534 12.3

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AUDITED ANNUAL LATEST QTR. YEAR TO DATE SHAREHOLDINGS MARKET RELATED DATA

Inst. Stake (%)

Trailing P/E Ratio


Sales Growth (%)

No. of Shareholder
Prom. Stake (%)
Latest Qtr. Year

Pledged (%)

Entprise Value
NP Growth (%)
Year / Months

Year / Months

(09/09/16)
Sales (` Cr)
CEqt. (` Cr)

Market Cap
Face Value

RONW (%)
Company Name
Bk Val (`)

High/Low
NP (` Cr)
NP (` Cr)

52-Week
DERatio

CMP (`)
EPS (`)

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Sales

Sales
NP
*Alok Industries Ltd. 10 1603 1377.3 12 11752 -3722.8 -27.0 - 11.3 - 1603 1860.3 -1852.0 - - 165 - - 36.29 96 11.98 221.7 504 3.66 8/3 18976 -
*Ambika Cotton Mi 10 1603 5.9 570 492 44.5 75.7 15.00 0.1 13.3 1606 125.6 12.5 1606Q 125.6 1 12.5 4 48.63 0 4.01 10.7 480 817.50 967/705 495 10.7
Arvind Ltd. 10 1603 258.2 106 5407 318.9 12.3 2.40 1.0 10.6 1606 1465.8 87.5 1606Q 1465.8 13 87.5 11 43.78 4 38.99 177.0 8390 324.90 366/236 11024 25.6
Ashapura Intimates F 10 U1603 19.5 32 187 12.4 6.4 - 1.2 20.1 1606 52.2 3.1 1606Q 52.2 4 3.1 3 67.73 0 3.34 3.4 727 373.70 390/225 784 58.4
*Bannari Amman Spinni 10 1603 15.8 171 771 18.6 11.8 1.60 1.5 6.9 1606 203.0 4.9 1606Q 203.0 15 4.9 -18 55.54 0 0.00 6.6 469 297.40 330/170 872 26.8
Binny Ltd. 5 U1603 11.2 27 0 -8.7 -3.9 - 1.9 - 1606 0.2 -2.1 1606Q 0.2 1692 -2.1 50 74.68 68 8.08 9.3 407 182.50 183/73 420 -
Bombay Dyeing 2 1603 41.3 18 1845 -85.2 -4.1 0.50 5.4 - 1606 437.0 -45.5 1606Q 437.0 8 -45.5 15 53.06 10 13.11 105.1 1085 52.55 72/39 3011 -
*Bombay Rayon Fashion 10 1603 183.0 148 4172 48.9 2.7 - 2.0 1.8 1603 1197.1 10.3 - - 19 - - 67.69 27 27.45 6.4 2909 158.95 216/110 8117 59.6
Century Enka 10 1603 21.9 342 1144 59.5 27.2 7.50 0.1 7.9 1606 264.4 22.5 1606Q 264.4 -13 22.5 65 25.25 0 8.70 47.1 582 266.40 277/145 631 8.5
*Forbes & Company Ltd 10 1603 12.9 107 182 2.2 1.7 - 0.9 1.6 1606 51.0 17.6 1606Q 51.0 -22 17.6 1683 73.85 0 12.15 10.8 2267 1757.85 1850/1078 2379 1 08.5
Ganesha Ecosphere 10 1603 19.2 104 647 24.9 13.0 1.20 0.6 12.4 1606 152.9 5.8 1606Q 152.9 -8 5.8 1 45.34 26 8.46 11.9 421 219.65 234/109 536 16.9
Garware-Wall Rop 10 1603 21.9 167 825 61.9 28.3 3.30 0.1 17.0 1606 225.1 19.8 1606Q 225.1 -6 19.8 35 50.63 0 4.45 15.3 1138 520.00 539/270 1084 17.0
*Himatsingka Seid 5 1603 49.2 85 1021 178.0 18.1 2.50 0.8 21.3 1606 281.5 46.1 1606Q 281.5 12 46.1 4 57.21 0 14.90 22.1 2560 260.05 298/145 3110 14.3
Indian Terrain Fashi 2 U1603 7.5 43 325 33.0 8.9 - 0.3 20.7 1606 63.4 3.5 1606Q 63.4 13 3.5 -35 29.74 69 30.03 11.7 523 140.20 185/102 559 16.8
Indo Count Inds. 10 1603 39.5 140 2032 250.7 63.5 2.00 0.5 39.7 1606 492.6 60.3 1606Q 492.6 7 60.3 9 58.94 0 16.08 31.5 3177 804.60 1248/773 3430 12.4
*Indo Rama Synth. 10 U1603 151.8 39 2536 56.0 3.7 1.00 0.6 9.2 1606 647.1 -16.6 1606Q 647.1 1 -16.6 -437 72.00 0 14.38 21.3 492 32.40 42/24 749 14.2
JBF Industries 10 U1603 81.9 143 3621 65.5 8.0 1.00 1.4 5.6 1606 941.0 9.8 1606Q 941.0 5 9.8 -51 43.14 34 16.31 29.3 1668 203.75 255/150 2983 30.2
Kitex Garments 1 1603 4.8 77 546 112.1 23.6 1.50 0.2 30.5 1606 119.3 20.9 1606Q 119.3 9 20.9 31 54.24 0 4.25 28.7 2224 468.30 868/340 2066 19.0
KPR Mill Ltd. 10 1603 37.7 259 1961 155.5 41.3 10.00 0.5 15.9 1606 522.7 45.3 1606Q 522.7 14 45.3 11 74.95 0 16.01 10.3 4184 1110.30 1180/620 4689 26.1
Lovable Lingerie Ltd 10 U1603 16.8 124 197 23.2 13.8 1.50 0.0 11.1 1606 67.2 12.2 1606Q 67.2 3 12.2 -1 67.23 0 6.06 21.2 461 274.70 294/205 465 20.0
*Lux Industries 2 1603 5.1 71 941 51.3 20.3 1.40 1.5 28.7 1606 183.2 10.2 1606Q 183.2 10 10.2 18 73.71 0 0.00 4.3 1530 605.70 781/534 1730 28.9
Mafatlal Ind 10 1603 13.9 271 1323 17.1 12.3 3.00 0.6 4.5 1606 375.3 7.8 1606Q 375.3 1 7.8 20 74.85 39 2.59 107.6 494 354.95 380/199 602 26.8
Mandhana Industries 10 U1603 33.1 197 1647 57.1 17.2 2.00 1.3 8.7 1603 472.3 15.9 - - 10 - - 72.64 73 5.45 3.3 449 135.65 345/47 1203 5.4
*Maxwell Industries L 2 1603 13.2 14 195 -9.9 -1.5 - 1.0 - 1606 70.9 1.0 1606Q 70.9 22 1.0 -88 65.22 0 0.70 14.9 433 65.55 74/29 524 -
Monte Carlo Fashions 10 U1603 21.7 217 622 58.9 27.1 10.00 0.2 12.5 1606 75.6 2.0 1606Q 75.6 10 2.0 38 64.25 0 8.37 48.7 978 450.25 573/337 962 16.4
Nahar Indust.Ent 10 U1603 39.8 156 1776 42.9 10.8 1.00 1.4 6.9 1606 469.1 19.7 1606Q 469.1 8 19.7 405 68.56 0 0.48 81.0 423 106.20 132/42 1250 7.2
*Nahar Spg Mills 5 1603 18.0 223 2038 51.4 14.2 1.50 1.1 6.4 1606 540.4 15.0 1606Q 540.4 5 15.0 -43 64.82 0 0.12 38.7 421 116.85 141/80 1325 10.9
Nandan Denim 10 U1603 48.0 68 1157 63.3 13.2 1.60 1.6 19.5 1606 300.5 16.0 1606Q 300.5 7 16.0 3 58.26 27 11.09 31.5 610 126.85 166/97 972 9.6
Page Industries Ltd. 10 1603 11.2 453 1783 232.7 208.6 85.00 0.1 46.0 1606 572.4 67.9 1606Q 572.4 28 67.9 8 49.00 0 42.05 31.8 16489 14783.35 15350/9770 16554 69.5
PDS Multi. Fashions 10 U1603 26.0 40 25 0.1 0.1 - 0.1 0.1 1606 3.3 0.1 1606Q 3.3 -41 0.1 193 66.64 0 9.50 19.4 427 164.00 244/160 439 -
Pearl Global Industr 10 U1603 21.7 137 768 13.3 6.1 3.00 0.4 4.4 1606 199.4 4.5 1606Q 199.4 32 4.5 -2 66.58 0 12.74 20.3 421 194.40 259/184 491 31.9
Raymond Ltd 10 1603 61.4 202 2793 82.1 13.4 3.00 1.0 6.6 1606 539.8 -11.3 1606Q 539.8 -1 -11.3 -38 42.40 0 20.07 108.8 2770 451.30 495/352 3884 35.1
*RSWM Ltd. 10 1603 23.1 217 2955 106.0 45.8 12.50 2.1 21.1 1606 730.1 35.7 1606Q 730.1 4 35.7 24 51.43 0 14.52 14.6 1064 459.55 488/252 2102 9.4
*Ruby Mills 5 1603 8.4 220 213 40.8 24.4 1.25 1.0 11.1 1606 56.9 8.7 1606Q 56.9 8 8.7 54 74.92 0 0.08 6.6 643 384.30XB 453/178 977 14.7
Rupa & Company L 1 1603 8.0 46 1013 78.0 9.8 2.75 0.4 21.3 1606 220.3 15.4 1606Q 220.3 6 15.4 2 74.92 0 0.01 4.5 2227 280.05 405/225 2364 28.5
S P Apparels Ltd. 10 1603 25.2* 54 537 37.4 14.8 - 1.9 27.4 1606 161.8 13.3 1606Q 161.8 28 13.3 87 - 0 0.00 - 859 341.45 360/276 1076 -
Sangam India Ltd 10 U1603 39.4 114 1511 77.0 19.5 2.00 1.4 17.2 1606 407.9 15.2 1606Q 407.9 11 15.2 -12 47.35 0 16.41 7.7 984 249.60 324/228 1515 13.1
Sarla Performance Fi 1 U1603 8.4 28 243 42.7 5.1 1.05 0.6 18.2 1606 61.1 9.0 1606Q 61.1 -3 9.0 28 55.23 0 14.42 6.1 518 62.05 91/47 543 11.6
*Siyaram Silk 10 1603 9.4 545 1619 87.6 93.4 11.00 0.7 17.1 1606 281.4 10.0 1606Q 281.4 -6 10.0 -13 67.06 0 6.98 10.7 1206 1286.45 1353/910 1556 14.0
SRF Ltd. 10 1603 57.4 463 3647 360.9 62.8 10.00 0.6 13.4 1606 984.8 119.5 1606Q 984.8 2 119.5 13 52.37 0 27.85 53.9 9844 1714.30 1755/1022 11007 26.3
Sutlej Textiles & In 10 1606 16.4 413 2271 143.4 87.5 13.00 1.0 21.2 1606 552.6 45.1 - - 22 - - 63.89 7 0.63 6.6 1199 732.05 780/410 1871 7.8
*Swan Energy Ltd. 1 1603 22.1 20 317 0.6 0.0 0.05 0.3 0.1 1606 70.0 -1.9 1606Q 70.0 -3 -1.9 -2743 71.66 26 12.81 6.2 1386 62.65 79/58 1502 -
Trident Ltd. 10 1603 509.5 33 3683 228.4 4.5 0.90 1.8 13.6 1606 1166.3 78.5 1606Q 1166.3 33 78.5 29 66.49 0 2.60 69.6 2599 51.00 62/32 5552 10.6
Vardhman Textiles Lt 10 1603 63.7 574 5587 653.1 102.6 15.00 0.5 17.9 1606 1425.6 150.1 1606Q 1425.6 2 150.1 4 62.22 0 22.80 21.3 6361 999.30 1105/652 8038 9.7
Welspun India 1 1603 100.5 19 4868 601.7 6.0 - 1.1 32.0 1606 1386.3 182.1 1606Q 1386.3 19 182.1 1 73.48 0 15.84 34.0 5702 56.75 120/46 7783 9.4
Zodiac Clothing 10 1603 19.5 91 303 -3.6 -1.9 1.00 0.4 - 1606 68.1 -0.9 1606Q 68.1 -11 -0.9 -244 60.84 0 9.60 3.4 410 210.05 324/183 472 -
87 TRADING
IND. COMPOSITE 703 45395 953 24
Adani Enterprises Lt 1 1603 110.0 32 8149 496.3 4.5 0.40 1.7 13.9 1606 2145.9 196.9 1606Q 2145.9 -11 196.9 156 74.99 17 21.03 94.8 8078 73.45 102/58 13963 13.0
Aplaya Creations 1 U1603 14.4 2 21 0.1 0.0 - 0.0 0.4 1606 2.8 0.0 1606Q 2.8 -60 0.0 -91 9.57 0 0.00 0.3 541 37.60 40/36 541 -
Coffee Day Enterpris 10 1603 206.0 91 49 -110.5 -5.4 - 0.3 - 1606 9.8 -27.3 1606Q 9.8 -14 -27.3 12 52.55 0 9.34 65.1 4912 238.45 318/219 5378 -
Control Print Ltd. 10 1603 15.7 78 135 26.4 16.9 6.00 0.1 21.7 1606 33.7 6.7 1606Q 33.7 6 6.7 12 55.83 0 8.65 10.1 427 272.45XB 424/199 438 15.7
KRBL Ltd. 1 1603 23.5 67 3359 371.4 15.8 1.90 0.7 23.4 1606 799.5 80.9 1606Q 799.5 -21 80.9 -32 58.81 0 7.29 17.4 6147 261.15 306/145 7221 18.5
*LT Foods Ltd. 10 1603 26.7 123 1821 30.4 11.4 1.50 2.5 9.3 1606 420.4 6.2 1606Q 420.4 -12 6.2 -3 67.18 14 1.05 14.8 757 284.05 319/168 1581 25.1
*MMTC Ltd. 1 1603 100.0 14 12503 54.9 0.5 0.30 0.2 4.0 1603 1955.4 23.1 - - -20 - - 89.92 0 6.05 92.8 4610 46.10 52/30 4803 -
Modi Udyog 10 1603 30.2 10 86 1.5 0.5 - 0.0 4.7 1606 78.0 1.4 1606Q 78.0 2878 1.4 4825 3.40 0 0.00 1.4 693 229.30 232/202 693 -
MSR India 5 U1603 31.4 5 177 0.8 0.1 0.10 0.0 2.5 1606 32.6 0.2 1606Q 32.6 3 0.2 6 74.51 0 0.00 0.8 432 68.75 155/65 432 -
Richway Intl. Trade 10 U1603 22.1 10 91 0.3 0.1 - 0.0 1.4 - - - - - - - - 26.61 0 0.00 0.5 449 203.00 242/124 446 -
Sanasa Tech Feb 10 1503 15.5 10 21 0.1 0.0 - 0.0 0.4 1503 9.6 0.0 - - - - - 22.52 0 0.00 0.2 411 265.00 286/193 411 -
State Trading 10 U1603 60.0 27 10826 17.9 3.0 - 9.2 1.7 1606 2238.5 22.0 1606Q 2238.5 6 22.0 2049 90.00 0 1.95 28.4 697 116.15 188/71 1995 17.0
Uniphos Enterprises 2 1603 13.9 20 0 11.8 1.7 - 0.0 4.2 1606 0.0 -0.5 1606Q 0.0 -43 -0.5 18 72.19 0 10.82 13.7 453 65.10 73/30 450 38.1
Ushdev Internati 10 1603 33.8 268 8157 52.2 15.4 1.00 1.9 5.7 1606 1309.9 8.1 1606Q 1309.9 -36 8.1 -76 54.40 38 18.25 0.8 826 244.15 349/230 2222 30.9
88 TRANSPORT
IND. COMPOSITE 539 12762 1045 30
Container Corpor 10 1603 195.0 416 5743 786.9 40.4 13.50 0.0 9.7 1606 1339.2 178.5 1606Q 1339.2 -6 178.5 -14 56.79 0 40.03 36.3 26748 1371.85 1575/1051 25948 35.3
IL&FS Transportation 10 1603 329.0 120 4762 173.5 5.3 2.00 2.4 4.4 1603 1514.0 31.1 - - 19 - - 73.21 71 7.91 55.6 3119 94.80 101/64 11928 18.0
TCI Ltd. 2 U1603 15.3 85 2258 85.1 11.1 1.50 0.5 12.8 1606 427.4 15.1 1606Q 427.4 -22 15.1 -19 66.07 0 11.54 26.8 1452 189.55 388/178 1706 17.8
89 TYRES AND TUBES
IND. COMPOSITE 204 47415 4946 10
Apollo Tyres 1 1603 50.9 78 8702 852.5 16.7 2.00 0.1 21.3 1606 2265.9 236.2 1606Q 2265.9 6 236.2 7 44.14 15 39.44 139.2 10835 212.85 216/128 11132 12.6
*Balkrishna Ind. 2 1603 19.3 289 3242 567.7 58.7 5.50 0.5 20.3 1606 928.1 149.1 1606Q 928.1 12 149.1 -2 58.29 0 32.72 14.6 8640 893.85 907/551 9625 15.3
Ceat Ltd. 10 1603 40.5 492 5494 452.5 111.9 11.50 0.3 22.7 1606 1455.8 96.5 1606Q 1455.8 3 96.5 -18 50.76 0 31.35 62.5 4185 1034.65 1318/731 4773 9.7
Goodyear India 10 1603 23.1 252 1747 123.1 42.7 12.00 0.0 21.1 1606 451.2 41.3 1606Q 451.2 4 41.3 14 73.99 0 7.93 30.6 1370 594.00 625/443 1037 12.2
JK Tyre & Industries 2 1603 45.4 62 5880 401.0 17.7 2.50 1.7 28.3 1606 1479.9 100.8 1606Q 1479.9 -1 100.8 -4 52.34 0 9.88 102.7 3238 142.75 152/74 5553 8.2
MRF Ltd 10 1603 4.2 1 6020 20244 2327.7 3659.0 100.00 0.3 34.3 1606 3482.0 490.9 1606Q 3482.0 0 490.9 2 27.49 0 18.96 37.8 17032 40158.40 4 3553/30464 18925 9.9
PTL Enterprises 2 1603 13.2 16 46 24.2 3.7 1.00 0.0 3.5 1606 12.5 7.3 1606Q 12.5 25 7.3 61 69.82 0 1.56 6.7 806 121.70 145/50 803 29.8
*TVS Srichakra Lt 10 1603 7.7 547 2060 197.2 257.6 60.00 0.3 47.1 1606 511.8 46.5 1606Q 511.8 2 46.5 -5 45.36 0 2.07 24.1 2070 2703.85 3148/1945 2174 10.6

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Databank Company Index
Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE
Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code
523395 3M India Ltd. 30 42581 3MINDIA 532395 AXISCADES Engineer 23 42244 AXISCADES 500087 Cipla 72 42628 CIPLA 500086 Exide Inds. 6 42564 EXIDEIND
531925 52 Weeks Ent. 39 42270 - 532719 B L Kashyap & Sons 24 42635 BLKASHYAP 532210 City Union Bank 43 42595 CUB 505790 Fag Bearings Ind 10 42479 FAGBEARING
526881 63 Moons Technologie 23 42634 FINANTECH 532977 Bajaj Auto Ltd. 5 42567 BAJAJ-AUTO 506390 Clariant Chemicals ( 31 42587 CLNINDIA 531599 FDC Ltd. 72 42621 FDC
512161 8K Miles Software 23 42621 8KMILES 533229 Bajaj Corp Ltd. 40 42565 BAJAJCORP 533288 Claris Lifesciences 72 42574 - 500469 Federal Bank 43 42584 FEDERALBNK
533292 A2Z Infra Engineer 37 42630 A2ZINFRA 500031 Bajaj Electrical 25 42581 BAJAJELEC 533278 Coal India Ltd. 62 42625 COALINDIA 505744 Federal-Mogul Goetze 6 42602 FMGOETZE
524348 Aarti Drugs Ltd 72 42566 AARTIDRUGS 500034 Bajaj Finance L 46 42567 BAJFINANCE 539436 Coffee Day Enterpris 87 - COFFEEDAY 590024 Fertilisers & Ch 42 42272 FACT
524208 Aarti Ind. Ltd 19 42636 AARTIIND 532978 Bajaj Finserv Ltd. 46 42196 BAJAJFINSV 500830 Colgate Palm. 40 42584 COLPAL 532768 FIEM Industries 6 42627 FIEMIND
523204 Aban Offshore 66 42636 ABAN 500032 Bajaj HindusthanSuga 84 42623 BAJAJHIND 531344 Container Corpor 88 42620 CONCOR 500144 Finolex Cables 13 42612 FINCABLES
500002 ABB India 33 42480 ABB 500490 Bajaj Holdings & Inv 46 42567 BAJAJHLDNG 522295 Control Print Ltd. 87 42584 CONTROLPR 500940 Finolex Industri 71 42581 FINPIPE
500488 Abbott India Ltd. 72 42563 ABBOTINDIA 530999 Balaji Amines Li 19 42575 BALAMINES 506395 Coromandel Internati 42 42567 COROMANDEL 532809 Firstsource Solution 23 42570 FSL
500410 ACC 16 42424 ACC 532382 Balaji Telefilms Ltd 39 42607 BALAJITELE 532179 Corporation Bank 44 42545 CORPBANK 533638 Flexituff Internatio 67 42577 FLEXITUFF
532268 Accelya Kale Solut 23 42641 ACCELYA 502355 Balkrishna Ind. 89 42585 BALKRISIND 508814 Cosmo Films 74 42602 COSMOFILMS 502865 Forbes & Company Ltd 86 42602 -
532762 Action Construction 38 42265 ACE 500102 Ballarpur Ind. 69 42636 BALLARPUR 533144 Cox & Kings L 63 42630 COX&KINGS 500033 Force Motors 8 42266 -
512599 Adani Enterprises Lt 87 42585 ADANIENT 523319 Balmer Lawrie & 30 42629 BALMLAWRIE 534804 Credit Analysis & Re 81 42634 CARERATING 532843 Fortis Healthcare 50 42633 FORTIS
532921 Adani Ports & Speci 63 42584 ADANIPORTS 532485 Balmer Lawrie Invest 46 42629 - 500092 Crisil 81 42439 CRISIL 530023 Fortune Financia 46 42585 -
533096 Adani Power Ltd. 75 42584 ADANIPOWER 500038 Balrampur Chini 84 42588 BALRAMCHIN 500093 Crompton Greaves 33 42601 CROMPGREAV 500150 Foseco India Lim 19 42483 FOSECOIND
539254 Adani Transmission L 76 42585 ADANITRANS 500039 Banco Products 6 42619 BANCOINDIA 539876 Crompton Greaves Con 3 3 - CROMPTON 533400 Future Consumer Ent. 63 42605 FCEL
538365 Adhunik Industries 53 42621 ADHUNIKIND 532134 Bank of Baroda 44 42539 BANKBARODA 500480 Cummins India Lt 37 42581 CUMMINSIND 523574 Future Enterprises 79 42236 FEL
530117 Adi Finechem 19 42616 ADI 532149 Bank of India 44 42562 BANKINDIA 532175 Cyient Ltd. 23 42607 CYIENT 536507 Future Lifestyle 79 42236 FLFL
535755 Aditya Birla Fashion 79 42203 ABFRL 532525 Bank of Maharash 44 42544 MAHABANK 533160 D B Realty Ltd. 24 42635 DBREALTY 540064 Future Retail L 79 - FRETAIL
500303 Aditya Birla Nuvo 86 42601 ABIRLANUVO 532674 Bannari Amman Spinni 86 42635 BASML 533160 Dabur India 40 42635 DBREALTY 507488 G M Breweries Ltd. 11 42502 GMBREW
539056 AdlabsEntertainment 39 42573 ADLABS 500041 Bannari Amman Su 84 42266 BANARISUG 533160 Dai Ichi Karkari 19 42635 DBREALTY 505714 Gabriel India 6 42574 GABRIEL
540025 Advanced Enzyme Tech 4 9 42625 ADVENZYMES 500042 BASF India Lt 19 42587 BASF 533160 Dalmia Bharat 63 42635 DBREALTY 532155 GAIL (India) Ltd. 66 42623 GAIL
500003 Aegis Logistics Ltd. 56 42581 AEGISCHEM 500043 Bata India 55 42572 BATAINDIA 533160 Dalmia Bharat Sugar 84 42635 DBREALTY 533265 Gallantt Ispat Ltd. 53 42633 GALLISPAT
500215 Agro Tech Foods Ltd. 32 42571 ATFL 506285 BayerCropscience 70 42613 BAYERCROP 533160 Datamatics Global Se 23 42635 DBREALTY 509550 Gammon India 24 42627 GAMMONIND
532811 Ahluwalia Contra 24 42636 AHLUCONT 500048 BEML Ltd. 38 42622 BEML 533160 DB Corp 59 42635 DBREALTY 532959 Gammon Infrastructur 52 42643 GAMMNINFRA
532683 AIA Engineering 15 42259 AIAENG 533095 Bengal & Assam Compa 4 6 42627 - 533160 DCB Bank 43 42635 DBREALTY 513108 Gandhi Special 53 42578 GANDHITUBE
532331 Ajanta Pharma Lt 72 42549 AJANTPHARM 509480 Berger Paints I 68 42579 BERGEPAINT 533160 DCM Shriram 30 42635 DBREALTY 514167 Ganesha Ecosphere 86 42615 GANECOS
513349 Ajmera Realty & Infr 24 42602 AJMERA 533303 BF Investment Ltd. 46 42643 BFINVEST 533160 DCW Ltd. 71 42635 DBREALTY 509557 Garware-Wall Rop 86 42586 GARWALLROP
500710 Akzo Nobel India Ltd 68 42572 AKZOINDIA 532430 BF Utilities Ltd. 75 42093 BFUTILITIE 502137 Deccan Cements 16 42630 DECCANCE 532622 Gateway Distriparks 63 42625 GDL
531082 Alankit 46 42583 ALANKIT 532930 BGR Energy Systems 37 42268 BGRENERGY 512068 Deccan Gold Mines 62 42632 - 532345 Gati Ltd. 27 42579 GATI
506235 Alembic Ltd. 72 42585 ALEMBICLTD 503960 Bharat Bijlee 35 42626 BBL 532760 Deep Industries 66 42629 DEEPIND 532767 Gayatri Projects 24 42636 GAYAPROJ
533573 Alembic Pharmaceutic 72 42573 APLLTD 500049 Bharat Electroni 33 42604 BEL 500645 Deepak Fertilisers 42 42588 DEEPAKFERT 532309 GE Power India 76 42574 AIL
539523 Alkem Laboratories 72 - ALKEM 533228 Bharat Financial Inc 46 42569 BHARATFIN 506401 Deepak Nitrite 19 42581 DEEPAKNTR 522275 GE T&D India 76 42571 ALSTOMT&D
506767 Alkyl Amines Che 19 42573 ALKYLAMINE 500493 Bharat Forge 15 42578 BHARATFORG 532848 Delta Corp Ltd. 24 42629 DELTACORP 530343 Genus Power Infrastr 33 42615 GENUSPOWER
532480 Allahabad Bank 44 42544 ALBK 500103 Bharat Heavy Ele 38 42629 BHEL 533137 Den Networks Ltd. 39 42635 DEN 532285 Geojit BNP Paribas 46 42213 GEOJITBNPP
532749 Allcargo Logistics 56 42220 ALLCARGO 500547 Bharat Petroleum 78 42529 BPCL 532121 Dena Bank 44 42543 DENABANK 532312 Geometric Ltd. 23 42206 GEOMETRIC
532633 Allsec Technologies 23 42586 ALLSEC 590021 Bharat Rasayan 70 42268 BHARATRAS 511072 Dewan Housing 45 42563 DHFL 500171 GHCL 20 42564 GHCL
521070 Alok Industries Ltd. 86 42630 ALOKTEXT 532454 Bharti Airtel 64 42595 BHARTIARTL 519588 DFM Foods Limi 40 42567 - 511676 GIC Housing Fi 45 42567 GICHSGFIN
526397 Alpha Geo (India 66 42637 ALPHAGEO 534816 Bharti Infratel Ltd. 52 42221 INFRATEL 500119 Dhampur Sugar 84 42605 DHAMPURSUG 507815 Gillette India Ltd. 40 42296 GILLETTE
500008 Amara Raja Batt. 6 42224 AMARAJABAT 526666 Bhartiya Interna 55 42636 BIL 532180 Dhanlaxmi Bank 43 42637 DHANBANK - GIR Natureview 51 - GIRRESORTS
531978 Ambika Cotton Mi 86 42630 AMBIKCO 500055 Bhushan Steel Ltd. 53 42627 BHUSANSTL 507717 Dhanuka Agritech Ltd 70 42592 DHANUKA 532715 Gitanjali Gems 29 42630 GITANJALI
500425 Ambuja Cements Ltd. 16 42424 AMBUJACEM 514215 Binny Ltd. 86 42637 - 500089 DIC India 59 42476 DICIND 500660 GlaxoSmithKline Phar 72 42570 GLAXO
590006 Amrutanjan Health Ca 72 42629 AMRUTANJAN 532523 Biocon 72 42545 BIOCON 540047 Dilip Buildcon Ltd. 24 - DBL 500676 GlaxoSmithKlineConsu 40 42579 GSKCONS
520077 Amtek Auto Ltd. 6 42366 AMTEKAUTO 500335 Birla Corporation Lt 16 42553 BIRLACORPN 500068 Disa India Ltd. 38 42586 - 532296 Glenmark Pharma 72 42587 GLENMARK
515055 Anant Raj Ltd. 24 42637 ANANTRAJ 506197 Bliss GVS Pharma 72 42621 BLISSGVS 532839 Dish TV India Ltd. 39 42639 DISHTV 505255 GMM Pfaudler Ltd 38 42630 -
532418 Andhra Bank 44 42566 ANDHRABANK 540073 BLS International Se 81 - BLS 532526 Dishman Pharmaceutic 72 42633 DISHMAN 532754 GMR Infrastructure L 52 42620 GMRINFRA
590062 Andhra Sugars Lt 30 42263 ANDHRSUGAR 526612 Blue Dart Expres 27 42572 BLUEDART 538432 Divi’s Lab 72 42270 - 506480 GOCL Corporation 58 42629 GOCLCORP
526173 Andrew Yule & Co 30 42630 - 500067 Blue Star 25 42569 BLUESTARCO 532868 DLF Ltd. 24 42236 DLF 500163 Godfrey Philips 40 42633 GODFRYPHLP
518091 Anjani Portland 16 42616 - 524370 Bodal Chemicals 31 42630 BODALCHEM 539524 Dr. Lal Pathlabs Ltd 50 42573 LALPATHLAB 532424 Godrej Consumer Prod 40 42590 GODREJCP
506260 Anuh Pharma Ltd 72 42632 - 501425 Bombay Burmah 73 42581 BBTC 500124 Dr. Reddy’s Labs 72 42571 DRREDDY 500164 Godrej Industries Lt 40 42220 GODREJIND
532259 Apar Industries 35 42581 APARINDS 500020 Bombay Dyeing 86 42580 BOMDYEING 523618 Dredging Corpora 63 42637 DREDGECORP 533150 Godrej Properties Lt 24 42214 GODREJPROP
523694 Apcotex Industries L 80 42583 APCOTEXIND 532678 Bombay Rayon Fashion 8 6 42629 BRFL 532610 Dwarikesh Sugar 84 42581 DWARKESH 538180 Goldline Intl. 46 42634 -
533758 APL Apollo Tubes 53 42625 APLAPOLLO 502219 Borosil Glass 47 42587 - 505242 Dynamatic Techno 37 42587 DYNAMATECH 500166 Goodricke Group 73 42573 -
511064 Aplaya Creations 87 42271 - 500530 Bosch Ltd. 6 42532 BOSCHLTD 532927 eClerx Services 23 42558 ECLERX 500168 Goodyear India 89 42607 -
508869 Apollo Hospitals 50 42217 APOLLOHOSP 532929 Brigade Enterprises 24 42265 BRIGADE 534839 Eco Friendly Food Pr 1 42591 - 532482 Granules India L 72 42587 GRANULES
500877 Apollo Tyres 89 42585 APOLLOTYRE 500825 Britannia Ind. 40 42584 BRITANNIA 532922 Edelweiss Fin. Ser 46 42583 EDELWEISS 509488 Graphite India Ltd. 36 42586 GRAPHITE
532475 Aptech Ltd. 23 42221 APTECHT 532321 Cadila Healthcar 72 42576 CADILAHC 505200 Eicher Motors 8 42076 EICHERMOT 500300 Grasim Inds. 30 42622 GRASIM
532914 Arcotech Ltd. 61 42634 ARCOTECH 532792 Cairn India Ltd. 66 42563 CAIRN 500125 EID Parry 84 42580 EIDPARRY 505710 Grauer & Weil 19 42588 -
516064 Arrow Greentech 74 42636 ARROWGREEN 532834 Camlin Fine Sciences 19 42583 CAMLINFINE 523127 EIH Associated 51 42578 EIHAHOTELS 500620 Great Eastern 83 42587 GESHIP
506074 Arshiya 56 42574 ARSHIYA 511196 Can Fin Homes 45 42559 CANFINHOME 500840 EIH Ltd. 51 42576 EIHOTEL 501455 Greaves Cotton 37 42633 GREAVESCOT
500101 Arvind Ltd. 86 42581 ARVIND 532483 Canara Bank 44 42567 CANBK 500123 Elantas Beck India L 19 42516 - 531737 Greencrest Financial 46 42636 -
515030 Asahi India Glass 47 42589 ASAHIINDIA 532938 Capital First 46 42550 CAPF 505700 Elecon Engg. 38 42571 ELECON 538979 Greenlam Industries 54 42600 GREENLAM
535467 Ashapura Intimates F 86 42249 AIFL 511505 Capital Trust Lt 46 42633 - 500128 Electrosteel Cas 15 42616 ELECTCAST 526797 Greenply Industr 54 42559 GREENPLY
527001 Ashapura Min. Lt 62 42634 ASHAPURMIN 524742 Caplin Point Lab 72 42616 CAPLIPOINT 533264 Electrosteel Steels 53 42630 ESL 506076 Grindwell Norton 37 42213 GRINDWELL
523716 Ashiana Housing Ltd. 24 42593 ASHIANA 531595 Capri Global Capital 46 42569 CGCL 522074 Elgi Equipments 21 42574 ELGIEQUIP 511288 GRUH Finance Li 45 42535 GRUH
500477 Ashok Leyland 8 42566 ASHOKLEY 513375 Carborundum Uni. 37 42208 CARBORUNIV 531162 Emami Ltd. 40 42579 EMAMILTD 500690 GSFC 42 42616 GSFC
533271 Ashoka Buildcon Ltd. 24 42583 ASHOKA 532282 Castex Technologies 6 42366 CASTEXTECH 533208 Emami Paper Mill 69 42585 - 532775 GTL Infrastructure 85 42270 GTLINFRA
532888 Asian Granito India 18 42630 ASIANTILES 500870 Castrol India 58 42489 CASTROLIND 509525 Empire Inds. 47 42574 - 530001 Guj. Alkalie & C 20 42628 GUJALKALI
500820 Asian Paints Ltd. 68 42539 ASIANPAINT 519600 CCL Products India 73 42633 CCL 532219 Energy Developme 75 42636 ENERGYDEV 524226 Guj. Amb.Exports 32 42609 GAEL
531847 Asian Star Co 29 42634 - 500878 Ceat Ltd. 89 42584 CEATLTD 532178 Engineers India 77 42622 ENGINERSIN 523768 Guj. Borosil Ltd 47 42585 -
533138 Astec Lifesciences L 70 42573 ASTEC 532885 Central Bank 44 42546 CENTRALBK 532700 Entertainment Networ 39 42579 ENIL 500173 Guj. Fluorochemi 19 42270 GUJFLUORO
532493 Astra Microwave 37 42573 ASTRAMICRO 501150 Centrum Capital 46 42300 - 523754 EPC Industrie Ltd. 63 42577 - 517300 Guj. Industries 75 42602 GIPCL
532830 Astral Poly Technik 74 42615 ASTRAL 517544 Centum Electronics L 33 42581 CENTUM 539844 Equitas Holdings Ltd 46 42537 EQUITAS 532181 Guj. Mineral Dev 62 42636 GMDCLTD
506820 AstraZeneca Pharma I 72 42586 ASTRAZEN 500280 Century Enka 86 42556 CENTENKA 533261 Eros International M 39 42635 EROSMEDIA 512579 Guj. NRE Coke 62 42626 GUJNRECOKE
532759 Atlanta Ltd. 52 42622 ATLANTA 532548 Century Plyboard 54 42607 CENTURYPLY 500133 Esab India 37 42578 ESABINDIA 539336 Gujarat Gas 57 42636 GUJGASLTD
531795 Atul Auto Ltd 5 42623 ATULAUTO 500040 Century Textiles 30 42571 CENTURYTEX 500495 Escorts Ltd. 9 42623 ESCORTS 500670 Gujarat Narmada Vall 42 42609 GNFC
500027 Atul Ltd. 31 42567 ATUL 532443 Cera Sanitaryware L 18 42567 CERA 533704 Essar Shipping 83 42586 ESSARSHPNG 533248 Gujarat Pipavav Port 82 42587 GPPL
524804 Aurobindo Pharma 72 42241 AUROPHARMA 500084 CESC Ltd. 75 42566 CESC 500135 Essel Propack Ltd. 67 42178 ESSELPACK 532702 GujaratStatePetronet 71 42629 GSPL
505010 Automotive Axles 6 42592 AUTOAXLES 500085 Chambal Fertilis 42 42619 CHAMBLFERT 534927 Esteem Bio Organic F 1 42591 - 538567 Gulf Oil Lubricants 58 42615 GULFOILLUB
512573 Avanti Feeds Lim 4 42590 AVANTIFEED 500110 Chennai Petro. 78 42614 CHENNPETRO 531508 Eveready Industr 25 42569 EVEREADY 532708 GVK Power & Infrastr 75 42591 GVKPIL
519105 AVT Natural Prod 32 42586 AVTNPL 511243 Cholamandalam Invest 46 42576 CHOLAFIN 532511 Excel Crop Care Ltd. 70 42574 EXCELCROP 590043 Harita Seating Syst. 6 42221 HARITASEAT
532215 Axis Bank Ltd. 43 42560 AXISBANK 534758 Cigniti Technologies 23 42262 CIGNITITEC 500650 Excel Industries 70 42569 EXCELINDUS 533162 Hathway Cable & Data 39 42595 HATHWAY

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Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE
Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code
531531 Hatsun Agro Prod 40 42599 HATSUN 500210 Ingersoll Rand 21 42570 INGERRAND 530299 Kothari Products 40 42629 KOTHARIPRO 532440 MPS Ltd. 59 42549 MPSLTD
517354 Havells India 33 42552 HAVELLS 532706 Inox Leisure 39 42269 INOXLEISUR 523323 Kovai Medical 50 42602 - 500290 MRF Ltd 89 42587 MRF
508486 Hawkins Cookers 25 42579 - 539083 Inox Wind Ltd. 38 42629 INOXWIND 532400 KPIT Technologies 23 42598 KPIT 508922 MSR India 87 42637 -
517271 HBL Power Systems Lt 33 42636 HBLPOWER 532851 Insecticides (India) 70 42630 INSECTICID 532889 KPR Mill Ltd. 86 42601 KPRMILL 534312 MT Educare Ltd. 81 42635 MTEDUCARE
500179 HCL Infosystem 22 42639 HCL-INSYS 538835 Intellect Design 23 42562 INTELLECT 530813 KRBL Ltd. 87 42612 KRBL 500108 MTNL 64 42637 MTNL
532281 HCL Technologies 23 42359 HCLTECH 539448 InterGlobe Aviation 2 42628 INDIGO 533482 Kridhan Infra 52 42636 KRIDHANINF 500460 Mukand Ltd. 53 42581 MUKANDLTD
500010 HDFC 45 42570 HDFC 502330 International Paper 69 42237 IPAPPM 500249 KSB Pumps Ltd. 37 42476 KSBPUMPS 520059 Munjal Auto Industr. 6 42604 MUNJALAU
500180 HDFC Bank 43 42189 HDFCBANK 533181 Intrasoft Technologi 23 42249 ISFT 532997 KSK Energy Ventures 75 42630 KSK 520043 Munjal Showa Ltd 6 42595 MUNJALSHOW
532873 HDIL 24 42273 HDIL 524164 IOL Chemicals and Ph 19 42269 IOLCP 536170 Kushal Tradelink Ltd 69 42523 - 533398 Muthoot Finance 46 42271 MUTHOOTFIN
539787 Healthcare Global En 50 - HCG 500214 Ion Exchange (India) 37 42614 - 531882 Kwality 40 42637 KWALITY 539917 Nagarjuna Fertilizer 42 41597 NAGAFERT
509631 HEG Ltd. 36 42635 HEG 524494 Ipca Laboratorie 72 42588 IPCALAB 500510 L & T 30 42602 LT 519136 Nahar Indust.Ent 86 42630 NAHARINDUS
500292 Heidelberg Cement In 16 42628 HEIDELBERG 532947 IRB Infrastructure D 24 42266 IRB 533519 L&T Finance Holdings 46 42599 L&TFH 500296 Nahar Spg Mills 86 42623 NAHARSPING
505720 Hercules Hoists 37 42588 HERCULES 533033 ISGEC Heavy Eng 38 42581 - 540005 L&T Infotech 23 - LTI 532641 Nandan Denim 86 42636 NDL
519552 Heritage Foods 40 42593 HERITGFOOD 500875 ITC Ltd. 40 42522 ITC 526947 La Opala RG Ltd. 47 42585 LAOPALA 539551 Narayana Hrudayalaya 50 - NH
500182 Hero MotoCorp 5 42630 HEROMOTOCO 509496 ITD Cementation Indi 24 42496 ITDCEM 500252 Lakshmi Machines 38 42580 LAXMIMACH 524816 Natco Pharma 72 42268 NATCOPHARM
524669 Hester Biosciences L 72 42574 HESTERBIO 523610 ITI 85 42626 ITI 534690 Lakshmi Vilas Ba 43 42525 LAKSHVILAS 532234 National Alumini 3 42642 NATIONALUM
532129 Hexaware Technologie 23 42612 HEXAWARE 530773 IVRCL 24 42636 IVRCLINFRA 532778 Lanco Infratech Ltd. 52 42635 LITL 523630 National Fertilizers 42 42634 NFL
532129 Hikal Ltd. 72 42612 HEXAWARE 506943 J B Chemicals & Phar 72 42598 JBCHEPHARM 500250 LG Balakrishnan&Bros 6 42559 LGBBROSLTD 500298 National Peroxid 19 42580 -
532129 HIL 17 42612 HEXAWARE 532940 J Kumar Infraproject 24 42627 JKIL 500253 LIC Housing Fi 45 42593 LICHSGFIN 513023 Nava Bharat Ventures 30 42578 NBVENTURES
532129 Himachal F. Comm 85 42612 HEXAWARE 532705 Jagran Prakashan 59 42629 JAGRAN 531241 Linc Pen & Plast 63 42604 LINCPEN 532504 Navin Fluorine Inter 19 42570 NAVINFLUOR
532129 Himadri Speciality 62 42612 HEXAWARE 512237 Jai Corp Ltd. 53 42628 JAICORPLTD 523457 Linde India 63 42500 LINDEINDIA 539332 Navkar Corporation L 56 42637 NAVKARCORP
532129 Himatsingka Seid 86 42612 HEXAWARE 500219 Jain Irrigation 63 42632 JISLJALEQS 517518 Lloyd Electric 25 42602 LLOYDELENG 508989 Navneet Education 59 42270 NAVNETEDUL
532129 Hind. Composites 6 42612 HEXAWARE 532627 Jaiprakash Power Ven 75 42252 JPPOWER 533343 Lovable Lingerie Ltd 86 42270 LOVABLE 534309 NBCC (India) 24 42625 NBCC
532129 Hind. Copper 61 42612 HEXAWARE 532532 JaiprakashAssociates 24 42355 JPASSOCIAT 532783 LT Foods Ltd. 87 42627 DAAWAT 500294 NCC 24 42592 NCC
532129 Hind. NationalGl 47 42612 HEXAWARE 532209 Jammu & Kashmir Bank 4 3 42564 J&KBANK 532796 Lumax Auto Technolog 6 42598 LUMAXTECH 502168 NCL Industries 16 42627 NCLIND
532129 Hind. Oil Explor 66 42612 HEXAWARE 520051 Jamna Auto Inds. 6 42588 JAMNAAUTO 517206 Lumax Inds. 6 42583 LUMAXIND 532529 NDTV 39 42578 NDTV
532129 Hind. Petrol 78 42612 HEXAWARE 520066 Jay Bharat Marut 6 42609 JAYBARMARU 500257 Lupin Ltd. 72 42578 LUPIN 532649 Nectar Lifesciences 72 42637 NECLIFE
532129 Hind. Zinc 61 42612 HEXAWARE 524330 Jayant Agro Org 19 42620 JAYAGROGN 539542 Lux Industries 86 42633 LUXIND 532864 Nelcast Ltd. 15 42581 NELCAST
532129 Hind.ConstructionCo. 24 42612 HEXAWARE 522285 Jayaswal Neco Indust 15 42635 JAYNECOIND 532368 Lycos Internet 23 42269 LYCOS 505355 Nesco Ltd. 30 42587 NESCO
532129 Hindalco Indus. 3 42612 HEXAWARE 533207 Jaypee Infratech Ltd 24 42236 JPINFRATEC 522241 M M Forgings Ltd. 15 42613 MMFL 500790 Nestle India 40 42510 NESTLEIND
532129 Hinduja Foundries Lt 15 42612 HEXAWARE 514034 JBF Industries 86 42635 JBFIND 532720 M&M Fin.Services 46 42567 M&MFIN 532798 Network 18 Media & I 46 42639 NETWORK18
532129 Hinduja Global Solut 23 42612 HEXAWARE 532605 JBM Auto 6 42609 JBMA 507836 Mac Charles 51 42635 - 524558 Neuland Laborat 72 42590 NEULANDLAB
532129 Hinduja Ventures 23 42612 HEXAWARE 532617 Jet Airways 2 42224 JETAIRWAYS 500264 Mafatlal Ind 86 42587 - 533098 NHPC 75 42623 NHPC
532129 Hindustan Media Vent 59 42612 HEXAWARE 511034 Jindal Drilling 66 42628 JINDRILL 524000 Magma Fincorp Ltd. 46 42580 MAGMA 500304 NIIT Ltd. 23 42574 NIITLTD
532129 Hindustan Unilever L 40 42612 HEXAWARE 500227 Jindal Poly Films 67 42634 JINDALPOLY 500266 Maha. Scooters 5 42196 MAHSCOOTER 532541 NIIT Technologies 23 42577 NIITTECH
500191 HMT Ltd. 9 42269 HMT 500378 Jindal Saw 53 42259 JINDALSAW 500265 Maha. Seamless 53 42628 MAHSEAMLES 530377 Nila Infrastructures 24 42616 NILAINFRA
522064 Honda Siel Power 34 42587 HONDAPOWER 532286 Jindal St & Pwr 53 42570 JINDALSTEL 513554 Mahamaya Steel Indus 53 42556 MAHASTEEL 523385 Nilkamal Ltd. 74 42214 NILKAMAL
517174 Honeywell Automation 37 42194 HONAUT 532508 Jindal Stainless 53 42353 JSL 539957 Mahanagar Gas 57 42630 MGL 500307 Nirlon 63 42622 -
500193 Hotel Leela Ven. 51 42630 HOTELEELA 539597 Jindal Stainless (Hi 53 42632 JSLHISAR 500520 Mahi. & Mahi 7 42574 M&M 532854 Nitin Fire Protectio 37 42261 NITINFIRE
500187 HSIL Ltd. 18 42614 HSIL 532644 JK Cement 16 42579 JKCEMENT 532756 Mahindra CIE Auto 15 42501 MAHINDCIE 513683 NLC India L 75 42622 NLCINDIA
532662 HT Media 59 42626 HTMEDIA 500380 JK Lakshmi Cement L 16 42613 JKLAKSHMI 533088 Mahindra Holidays 51 42574 MHRIL 526371 NMDC Ltd. 62 42637 NMDC
532799 Hubtown 24 42636 HUBTOWN 532162 JK Paper Ltd. 69 42621 JKPAPER 532313 Mahindra Lifespace D 24 42573 MAHLIFE 500730 NOCIL Ltd. 71 42572 NOCIL
509820 Huhtamaki PPL 67 42489 PAPERPROD 530007 JK Tyre & Industries 89 42609 JKTYRE 590078 Maithan Alloys Ltd. 41 42605 MAITHANALL 532481 NoidaTollBridge 24 42636 NOIDATOLL
500199 I G Petrochemicals L 19 42607 IGPL 523405 JM Financial Ltd. 46 42515 JMFINANCIL 539289 Majesco L 23 42587 MAJESCO 500672 Novartis 72 42201 -
532174 ICICI Bank 43 42539 ICICIBANK 522263 JMC Projects 24 42588 JMCPROJECT 533169 Man Infraconstructio 24 42587 MANINFRA 530367 NRB Bearings Lim 10 42599 NRBBEARING
532835 ICRA Ltd. 81 42591 ICRA 513691 JMT Auto Ltd. 6 42269 JMTAUTOLTD 500268 Manali Petrochem 71 42625 MANALIPETC 532555 NTPC 75 42623 NTPC
500116 IDBI Bank Ltd. 44 42567 IDBI 523398 Johnson Controls-Hit 25 42569 JCHAC 531213 Manappuram Finance 46 42216 MANAPPURAM 531209 Nucleus Software 23 42553 NUCLEUS
532822 Idea Cellular Ltd. 64 42637 IDEA 533148 JSW Energy Ltd. 75 42564 JSWENERGY 533204 Mandhana Industries 86 42271 MANDHANA 533273 Oberoi Realty 24 42182 OBEROIRLTY
539437 IDFC Bank 43 42572 IDFCBANK 532642 JSW Holdings 46 42549 JSWHL 502157 Mangalam Cement 16 42625 MANGLMCEM 502165 OCL India Limi 16 42627 OCL
532659 IDFC L 46 42210 IDFC 500228 JSW Steel 53 42557 JSWSTEEL 530011 Mangalore Chem. 42 42633 MANGCHEFER 533106 Oil India Ltd. 66 42630 OIL
505726 IFB Industries 25 42567 IFBIND 533155 Jubilant Foodworks L 40 42608 JUBLFOOD 500109 Mangalore Refine 78 42610 MRPL 538607 Ojas Asset Reconst 46 42639 -
500106 IFCI Ltd. 46 42635 IFCI 530019 Jubilant Life Scienc 72 42602 JUBILANT 539207 Manpasand Beverage 11 42616 MANPASAND 531092 OM Metals Infraproje 77 42639 OMMETALS
532133 IFGL Refracto 63 42234 IFGLREFRAC 535648 Just Dial 81 42261 JUSTDIAL 503101 MarathonNextgenRea 24 42632 - 532880 Omaxe Ltd. 24 42271 OMAXE
517380 Igarashi Motors Indi 33 42580 IGARASHI 532926 Jyothy Laboratories 40 42567 JYOTHYLAB 531642 Marico Ltd. 40 42581 MARICO 500312 ONGC 66 42615 ONGC
532636 IIFL Holdings 46 42574 IIFL 500233 Kajaria Ceramics 18 42600 KAJARIACER 524404 Marksans Pharma 72 42637 MARKSANS 532944 OnMobile Global Ltd. 64 42620 ONMOBILE
532907 IL&FS Engineering 24 42632 IL&FSENGG 522287 Kalpataru Power 76 42588 KALPATPOWR 532500 Maruti Suzuki India 7 42615 MARUTI 530135 Optiemus Infracom 85 42637 -
511208 IL&FS Investment Man 46 42584 IVC 533302 Kalyani Investment 46 42593 KICL 500271 Max Financial Servic 46 42634 MFSL 532466 Oracle Financial Ser 23 42614 OFSS
533177 IL&FS Transportation 88 42584 IL&FSTRANS 500235 Kalyani Steel 53 42593 KSL 539981 Max India 67 42634 MAXINDIA 513121 Oricon Enterprises L 67 42593 ORICONENT
533177 Indag Rubber 80 42584 IL&FSTRANS 532468 Kama Holdings Ltd. 46 42634 - 532613 Maxwell Industries L 86 42633 MAXWELL 504879 Orient Abrasives 37 42633 ORIENTABRA
533177 India Cements Lt 16 42584 IL&FSTRANS 500165 Kansai Nerolac Paint 68 42537 KANSAINER 522249 Mayur Uniquoters 74 42556 MAYURUNIQ 535754 Orient Cement Ltd. 16 42570 ORIENTCEM
532240 India Nippon Ele 6 42603 INDNIPPON 532652 Karnataka Bank 43 42573 KTKBANK 532654 McLeod Russel 73 42579 MCLEODRUSS 533263 Orient Green Power C 75 42590 GREENPOWER
- India Power Corp 75 42252 DPSCLTD 590003 Karur Vysya Bank 43 42565 KARURVYSYA 534091 MCX 81 42627 MCX 502420 Orient Paper 30 42598 ORIENTPPR
532189 India Tourism De 51 42639 - 532899 Kaveri Seed Company 49 42637 KSCL 512267 Media Matrix Worldwi 39 42637 - 534076 Orient Refractories 63 42628 ORIENTREF
535789 Indiabulls Housing F 46 42621 IBULHSGFIN 539276 Kaya L 40 42580 KAYA 532865 Meghmani Organics Lt 70 42570 MEGH 500315 Oriental Bank of 44 42538 ORIENTBANK
532832 Indiabulls Real Esta 24 42632 IBREALEST 590066 KCP Ltd. 16 42583 KCP 523828 Menon Bearings L 10 42569 MENONBE 506579 Oriental Carbon 14 42567 OCCL
532960 Indiabulls Ventures 46 42621 IBVENTURES 532714 KEC International Lt 76 42574 KEC 539126 MEP Infrastructure 52 42581 MEP 500314 Oriental Hotels 51 42570 ORIENTHOT
532814 Indian Bank 44 42546 INDIANB 517569 KEI Industries 12 42613 KEI 526235 Mercator Ltd. 30 42574 MERCATOR 531859 Oriental Veneer 54 42637 -
500850 Indian Hotels Co 51 42599 INDHOTEL 519602 Kellton Tech Solutio 23 42347 KELLTONTEC 500126 Merck Ltd. 72 42486 MERCK 590086 Orissa Minerals Deve 62 42263 ORISSAMINE
504741 Indian Hume Pipe 17 42571 INDIANHUME 505890 Kennametal India 37 42682 - 538962 Minda Corporation 6 42629 MINDACORP 539015 Ortel Communications 39 42573 ORTEL
533047 Indian Metal & F 62 42571 IMFA 524174 Kesar Petroprod. 19 42276 - 532539 Minda Industries 6 42587 MINDAIND 501179 Oscar Investment 46 42636 -
530965 Indian Oil Corp 78 42620 IOC 502937 Kesoram Industri 30 42573 KESORAMIND 532819 MindTree Ltd. 23 42563 MINDTREE 539290 Oswal Green Tech 46 42271 BINDALAGRO
532388 Indian Overseas 44 42563 IOB 532732 Kewal Kiran Clothing 79 42614 KKCL 526642 Mirza International 55 42636 MIRZAINT 500459 P&G Hygiene&Health 40 42298 PGHH
533329 Indian Terrain Fashi 86 42265 INDTERRAIN 524019 Kingfa Science & Tec 74 42622 - 513377 MMTC Ltd. 87 42630 MMTC 532827 Page Industries Ltd. 86 42587 PAGEIND
521016 Indo Count Inds. 86 42570 ICIL 532967 Kiri Industries 31 42629 KIRIINDUS 539007 Modi Udyog 87 42577 - 531349 Panacea Biotec L 72 42637 PANACEABIO
500207 Indo Rama Synth. 86 42636 INDORAMA 500241 Kirloskar Bros. 37 42205 - 533286 MOIL Ltd. 62 42240 MOIL 539889 Parag Milk Foods 40 - PARAGMILK
532612 Indoco Remedies 72 42573 INDOCO 500245 Kirloskar Ferrou 53 42570 - 533080 Mold-Tek Packaging 74 42626 MOLDTKPAC 532780 Parsvnath Developers 24 42271 PARSVNATH
532514 Indraprastha Gas Ltd 63 42633 IGL 500243 Kirloskar Industries 37 42591 KIRLOSIND 513446 Monnet Ispat & Energ 53 42636 MONNETISPA 531120 Patel Engg. Ltd. 24 42269 PATELENG
532150 Indraprastha Med 50 42602 INDRAMEDCO 533293 Kirloskar Oil Engine 37 42585 KIRLOSENG 505343 Monotype India 46 42270 - 534809 PC Jeweller L 29 42626 PCJEWELLER
532187 IndusInd Bank 43 42546 INDUSINDBK 505283 Kirloskar Pneumatic 21 42208 - 524084 Monsanto India 70 42210 MONSANTO 538730 PDS Multi. Fashions 86 42263 PDSMFL
506222 INEOS Styrolution 71 42588 INEOSSTYRO 521248 Kitex Garments 86 42525 KITEX 538836 Monte Carlo Fashions 86 42636 MONTECARLO 532808 Pearl Global Industr 86 42633 PGIL
539807 Infibeam Incorp 81 42622 INFIBEAM 532942 KNR Constructions 24 42637 KNRCON 500288 Morepen Labs.Lt 72 42630 MOREPENLAB 503031 Peninsula Land L 24 42581 PENINLAND
533154 Infinite Computer So 23 42636 INFINITE 523207 Kokuyo Camlin 30 42576 KOKUYOCMLN 517334 MothersonSumiSystems 6 42611 MOTHERSUMI 539333 Pennar Engineered Bu 37 42636 PENPEBS
532777 Info Edge (India) 63 42570 NAUKRI 532924 Kolte-Patil Develope 24 42623 KOLTEPATIL 532892 Motilal Oswal Financ 46 42219 MOTILALOFS 513228 Pennar Industrie 53 42636 PENIND
500209 Infosys 23 42532 INFY 500247 Kotak Mahindra Bank 43 42567 KOTAKBANK 526299 MphasiS Ltd. 23 42243 MPHASIS 533179 Persistent Systems 23 42570 PERSISTENT

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Databank Company Index
Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE Ticker Company Ind. Book NSE
Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code Code Closure Code
532522 PetronetLNG 71 42628 PETRONET 533470 Rushil Decor Ltd. 54 42630 RUSHIL 513262 Steel Strips Wheels 6 42637 SSWL 534369 Tribhovandas Bhimji 29 42626 TBZ
500680 Pfizer Ltd. 72 42550 PFIZER 539450 S H Kelkar & Company 19 42583 SHK 530759 Sterling Tools L 37 42270 STERTOOLS 521064 Trident Ltd. 86 42602 TRIDENT
506590 Phillips Carbon 14 42566 PHILIPCARB 540048 S P Apparels Ltd. 86 - SPAL 532374 Sterlite Technologie 13 42609 STRTECH 532356 Triveni Eng.&Ind.Ltd 84 42268 TRIVENI
517296 Phoenix Lamps 6 42244 PHOENIXLL 532710 Sadbhav Engineering 24 42630 SADBHAV 532679 Store One Retail Ind 79 42632 STOREONE 533655 Triveni Turbine 34 42220 TRITURBINE
503100 Phoenix Mills 24 42615 PHOENIXLTD 539346 Sadbhav Infrastructu 77 42635 SADBHIN 504959 Stovec Indus. 38 42509 - 507747 TTK Healthcare Ltd. 72 42583 TTKHLTCARE
523642 PI Industries 70 42615 PIIND 502090 Sagar Cements 16 42635 SAGCEM 532531 Strides Shasun L 72 42574 STAR 517506 TTK Prestige L 25 42583 TTKPRESTIG
500331 Pidilite Inds. 19 42608 PIDILITIND 507315 Sakthi Sugars 84 42634 SAKHTISUG 526951 Stylam Industries 54 42636 - 504973 Tube Investments 28 42573 TUBEINVEST
539883 Pilani Investmen 46 42622 PILANIINVS 780015 Sanasa Tech Feb 87 - - 532348 Subex Ltd. 23 42619 SUBEX 532515 TV Today Network Ltd 39 42607 TVTODAY
500302 Piramal Enterprises 72 42215 PEL 526725 Sandesh 59 42273 SANDESH 517168 Subros Ltd. 6 42581 SUBROS 532800 TV18 Broadcast 39 42268 TV18BRDCST
523648 Plastiblends Ind 74 42566 PLASTIBLEN 504918 Sandur M & I Ore 62 42621 - 506655 Sudarshan Chem. 31 42583 SUDARSCHEM 532343 TVS Motor Co. Ltd. 5 42213 TVSMOTOR
532366 PNB Gilts Ltd. 46 42623 PNBGILTS 514234 Sangam India Ltd 86 42637 SANGAMIND 533306 Summit Securities 46 42264 SUMMITSEC 509243 TVS Srichakra Lt 89 42629 TVSSRICHAK
539150 PNC Infratech 24 42637 PNCINFRA 526521 Sanghi Industrie 17 42276 SANGHIIND 532872 Sun Pharma Advanced 63 42574 SPARC 532505 UCO Bank 44 42544 UCOBANK
539347 Pneumatic Holdings 46 42590 PNEUMATIC 530073 Sanghvi Movers L 38 42621 SANGHVIMOV 524715 Sun Pharma. 72 42623 SUNPHARMA 530131 Udaipur Cement Works 16 42623 -
523628 Poddar Housing & Dev 24 42580 - 500674 Sanofi India 72 42479 SANOFI 532733 Sun TV Network Ltd. 39 42629 SUNTV 500148 Uflex Ltd. 67 42577 UFLEX
532486 Pokarna Ltd. 48 42623 POKARNA 504614 Sarda Energy & Miner 53 42226 SARDAEN 520056 Sundaram Clayton 6 42235 SUNCLAYLTD 539141 UFO Moviez India Ltd 39 42620 UFO
532254 Polaris Consulting 23 42549 POLARIS 532163 Saregama India Ltd. 39 42567 SAREGAMA 500403 Sundaram Fasten. 6 42594 SUNDRMFAST 530363 Ugar Sugar Works 84 42625 UGARSUGAR
531768 Poly Medicure Lt 60 42634 POLYMED 526885 Sarla Performance Fi 86 42271 SARLAPOLY 590071 Sundaram Finance 46 42559 SUNDARMFIN 533644 Ujaas Energy 35 42629 UJAAS
524051 Polyplex Corpn. 67 42637 POLYPLEX 532663 Sasken Comm.Tech. 23 42259 SASKEN 500404 Sunflag Iron 53 42630 SUNFLAG 539874 Ujjivan Financial 46 42586 UJJIVAN
532810 Power Finance Co 46 42595 PFC 539404 Satin Creditcare 46 42574 SATIN 532711 Sunil Hitech Enginee 77 42629 SUNILHITEC 506685 Ultramarine Pig. 31 42583 -
532898 Power Grid Corpo 76 42623 POWERGRID 502175 Saurashtra Cemen 16 42599 - 535141 Sunstar Realty Devel 24 42264 - 532538 UltraTech Cement 16 42558 ULTRACEMCO
539302 Power Mech Projects 77 42639 POWERMECH 524667 Savita Oil Tech 71 42630 SOTL 512179 Sunteck Realty Ltd. 24 42639 SUNTECK 506690 Unichem Labs 72 42569 UNICHEMLAB
539351 Prabhat Dairy 40 42636 PRABHAT 500112 SBI 44 42528 SBIN 780008 Supernova Advt. 39 42264 - 532477 Union Bank of In 44 42542 UNIONBANK
522205 Praj Industries 38 42216 PRAJIND 534139 Schneider Electric 33 42630 SCHNEIDER 532509 Suprajit Enginee 6 42634 SUPRAJIT 500429 Uniphos Enterprises 87 42539 UNIENTER
506022 Prakash Indus. 30 42269 PRAKASH 532900 SE Investments 46 42637 SEINV 509930 Supreme Inds. 74 42543 SUPREMEIND 532646 Uniply Industries 54 42636 UNIPLY
539636 Precision Camshafts 6 42631 PRECAM 512529 Sequent Scientific 72 42632 SEQUENT 500405 Supreme Petroche 71 42604 SUPPETRO 507878 Unitech Ltd. 24 42620 UNITECH
533274 Prestige Estates Pro 24 42633 PRESTIGE 502450 Seshasayee Paper 69 42567 SESHAPAPER 500336 Surya Roshni Ltd 53 42619 SURYAROSNI 533171 United Bank of I 44 42541 UNITEDBNK
526109 Pricol Ltd. 6 42595 PRICOL 505075 Setco Automotive 6 42635 SETCO 532782 Sutlej Textiles & In 86 42603 SUTLEJTEX 532478 United Breweries Ltd 11 42614 UBL
532748 Prime Focus 39 42639 PFOCUS 501423 Shaily Engineering P 74 42577 - 530239 Suven Life Sciences 72 42590 SUVEN 532432 United Spirits 11 41904 MCDOWELL-N
500338 Prism Cement Lim 16 42599 PRISMCEM 522034 Shanthi Gears 6 42567 SHANTIGEAR 532667 Suzlon Energy Ltd. 38 42637 SUZLON 512070 UPL 70 42539 UPL
534675 Prozone Intu Propert 24 42271 PROZONINTU 538666 Sharda Cropchem 70 42609 SHARDACROP 535621 SV Global Mill Ltd. 24 42627 - 530505 Upper Ganges Sug 84 42623 UPERGANGES
505502 PS IT Infrastructure 46 42626 - 535602 Sharda Motor Ind 6 42614 SHARDAMOTR 503310 Swan Energy Ltd. 86 42628 SWANENERGY 511736 Ushdev Internati 87 42609 -
532524 PTC India 75 42629 PTC 538685 Shemaroo Entertainme 39 42633 SHEMAROO 500407 Swaraj Engines 37 42560 SWARAJENG 513216 Uttam Galva Steels 53 42240 UTTAMSTL
533344 PTC India Financial 46 42629 PFS 530549 Shilpa Medicare L 72 42268 SHILPAMED 517385 Symphony 25 42585 SYMPHONY 539123 V B Industries 46 42628 -
509220 PTL Enterprises 89 42579 PTL 533389 Shilpi Cable Technol 13 42637 SHILPI 532276 Syndicate Bank 44 42539 SYNDIBANK 534976 V Mart Retail 79 42635 VMART
532693 Punj Lloyd 24 42585 PUNJLLOYD 523598 Shipping Corpn. 83 42633 SCI 539143 Synergy Bizcon 24 42626 - 539331 V-Guard Ind.Ltd. 33 42639 VETO
533295 Punj. & Sind Ban 44 42543 PSB 512289 Shirpur Gold Refiner 62 42602 SHIRPUR-G 539268 Syngene Internationa 63 - SYNGENE 533269 Va Tech Wabag Ltd. 37 42567 WABAG
532461 Punj. NationlBak 44 42546 PNB 532776 Shivam Autotech Ltd. 6 42635 SHIVAMAUTO 531426 T Nadu Newsprint 69 42635 TNPL 519156 Vadilal Indus. 40 42629 VADILALIND
532891 Puravankara Projects 24 42633 PURVA 532638 Shoppers Stop 79 42576 SHOPERSTOP 532390 Taj GVK Hotels & Res 51 42581 TAJGVK 532156 Vaibhav Global Ltd. 29 42572 VAIBHAVGBL
532689 PVR Ltd. 39 42635 PVR 500387 Shree Cement 16 42590 SHREECEM 532890 Take Solutions Ltd. 23 42602 TAKE 511431 Vakrangee 23 42639 VAKRANGEE
539978 Quess Corp 81 - QUESS 532670 Shree Renuka Sugars 84 42633 RENUKA 533200 Talwalkars Better Va 63 42616 TALWALKARS 500439 Vardhman Holdings 46 42595 VHL
539678 Quick Heal Technolog 23 42576 QUICKHEAL 520151 Shreyas Shipping & L 83 42565 SHREYAS 519091 Tasty Bite 40 42609 - 502986 Vardhman Textiles Lt 86 42611 VTL
532735 R Systems Internat. 23 42530 RSYSTEMS 532498 Shriram City Uni 46 42573 SHRIRAMCIT 500770 Tata Chemicals 20 42586 TATACHEM 533156 Vascon Engineers Ltd 24 42270 VASCONEQ
532497 Radico Khaitan Ltd. 11 42557 RADICO 532945 Shriram EPC Ltd. 77 42625 SHRIRAMEPC 532301 Tata Coffee Ltd. 73 42563 TATACOFFEE 500295 Vedanta 62 42546 VEDL
500339 Rain Industries 16 42489 RAIN - Shriram Pistons 6 - SHRIPISTON 500483 Tata Communications 64 42576 TATACOMM 523261 Venky’s (India) Ltd. 49 42625 VENKEYS
531500 Rajesh Exports L 29 42637 RAJESHEXPO 511218 Shriram Trans.Fi 46 42571 SRTRANSFIN 532540 Tata Consultancy 23 42529 TCS 520113 Vesuvius India 63 42123 VESUVIUS
500355 Rallis India 70 42535 RALLIS 511411 Shristi Infrastructu 24 42630 - 500408 Tata Elxsi Ltd. 23 42570 TATAELXSI 511389 Videocon Industries 25 42536 VIDEOIND
534734 Ram Minerals & Chemi 19 42634 - 520086 Sical Logistics 56 42573 SICAL 500800 Tata Global Beverage 73 42592 TATAGLOBAL 532401 Vijaya Bank 44 42539 VIJAYABANK
532369 Ramco Industries 17 42264 RAMCOIND 500550 Siemens Ltd. 37 42392 SIEMENS 501301 Tata Investment 46 42581 TATAINVEST 524200 Vinati Organics 19 42578 VINATIORGA
532370 Ramco Systems Lt 23 42222 RAMCOSYS 512131 Signet Industries 71 42637 SIGNET 513434 Tata Metaliks 53 42544 TATAMETALI 517015 Vindhya Telelink 13 42594 VINDHYATEL
532527 Ramkrishna Forgings 15 42630 RKFORGE 523838 Simplex Infrastructu 24 42627 SIMPLEXINF 500570 Tata Motors Ltd. 8 42571 TATAMOTORS 507880 VIP Indus. 74 42569 VIPIND
533262 Ramky Infrastructure 24 42271 RAMKY 502742 Sintex Industrie 30 42238 SINTEX 500400 Tata Power Co. 75 42622 TATAPOWER 511726 Vipul Ltd. 24 42631 VIPULLTD
532661 Rane (Madras) 6 42209 RML 532795 SITI Networks 39 42634 SITINET 513010 Tata Sponge Iron 53 42557 TATASPONGE 532660 Vivimed Labs 72 42639 VIVIMEDLAB
532987 Rane Brake Lining Lt 6 42198 RBL 503811 Siyaram Silk 86 42620 SIYSIL 500470 Tata Steel 53 42581 TATASTEEL 532757 Voltamp Transformers 76 42583 VOLTAMP
505800 Rane Holdings Ltd. 46 42221 RANEHOLDIN 533206 SJVN Ltd. 75 42629 SJVN 532371 Tata Teleservices (M 64 42604 TTML 500575 Voltas Ltd. 30 42591 VOLTAS
524230 Rashtriya Chemicals 42 42630 RCF 500472 SKF India 10 42563 SKFINDIA 532349 TCI Ltd. 88 42210 TCI 539118 VRL Logistics Ltd. 56 42217 VRLLOG
520111 Ratnamani Metals 53 42600 RATNAMANI 539861 SKIL Infrastructure 24 42634 SKIL 523301 TCPL Packaging 59 42584 - 509966 VST Industries 40 42586 VSTIND
534597 RattanIndia Infra 52 42271 RTNINFRA 538562 Skipper Ltd. 37 42584 SKIPPER 533553 TD Power Systems Ltd 34 42629 TDPOWERSYS 531266 VST Tillers Tr 9 42605 VSTTILLERS
533122 RattanIndia Power 75 42637 RTNPOWER 505192 SML Isuzu Ltd. 8 42581 SMLISUZU 539658 TeamLease Service 63 42578 TEAMLEASE 533023 WABCO India 6 42578 WABCOINDIA
500330 Raymond Ltd 86 42518 RAYMOND 532815 SMS Pharmaceuticals 72 42637 SMSPHARMA 532755 Tech Mahindra Ltd. 23 42581 TECHM 507410 Walchandnagar 38 42042 WALCHANNAG
540065 RBL Bank 43 38703 RBLBANK 538635 Snowman Logistics Lt 56 42625 SNOWMAN 533281 Techno Electric & En 38 42583 TECHNO 523660 Waterbase Ltd. 4 42271 -
532805 Redington (India) Lt 22 42572 REDINGTON 532784 Sobha 24 42574 SOBHA 532804 Technocraft Industri 53 42639 TIIL 532144 Welspun Corp 53 42548 WELCORP
530517 Relaxo Footwears 55 42622 RELAXO 532725 Solar Industries Ind 63 42630 SOLARINDS 505400 Texmaco Infrastructu 24 42633 TEXINFRA 532553 Welspun Enterprises 24 42635 WELENT
500111 Reliance Capital 46 42630 RELCAPITAL 507514 Som Distilleries 11 42634 SDBL 533326 Texmaco Rail & Engin 38 42633 TEXRAIL 514162 Welspun India 86 42548 WELSPUNIND
533107 Reliance Def.& Eng. 82 42595 RDEL 531548 Somany Ceramics Ltd. 18 42605 SOMANYCERA 531373 The Byke Hospitality 51 42626 BYKE 500444 West Coast Paper 69 42602 WSTCSTPAPR
523445 Reliance Ind.Inf 77 42514 RIIL 520057 Sona Koyo Steer. 6 42581 SONASTEER 522073 The Hi-Tech Gears 6 42630 HITECHGEAR 505533 Westlife Development 51 42268 -
500325 Reliance Inds. 30 42136 RELIANCE 532221 Sonata Software 23 42209 SONATSOFTW 500260 The Ramco Cements 16 42216 RAMCOCEM 590073 Wheels India Ltd. 6 42583 WHEELS
500390 Reliance Infrastruct 75 42630 RELINFRA 532218 South Indian Ban 43 42553 SOUTHBANK 530199 Themis Medicare Ltd. 72 42621 THEMISMED 500238 Whirlpool of Ind 25 42619 WHIRLPOOL
532939 Reliance Power L 75 42630 RPOWER 534425 Speciality Restauran 51 42600 SPECIALITY 500411 Thermax 37 42583 THERMAX 526586 Wim Plast Ltd 74 42233 -
532712 RelianceCommu.Ltd 64 42630 RCOM 500285 Spicejet Ltd. 2 42360 - 500412 Thirumalai Chem. 19 42574 TIRUMALCHM 507685 Wipro Ltd 23 42564 WIPRO
532915 Religare Enterprises 46 42611 RELIGARE 533121 SQS India BFSI 23 42574 SQSBFSI 500413 Thomas Cook (I) 63 42608 THOMASCOOK 532300 Wockhardt Ltd. 72 42588 W OCKPHARMA
535322 Repco Home Finance L 45 42629 REPCOHOME 523756 SREI Infrastructure 46 42580 SREINFRA 539871 Thyrocare Tech. 50 42618 THYROCARE 538268 Wonderla Holidays Lt 63 42577 WONDERLA
532687 Repro India Ltd. 59 42583 REPRO 503806 SRF Ltd. 86 42583 SRF 590005 Tide Water Oil 58 42635 TIDEWATER 532616 Xchanging Solutions 23 42542 XCHANGING
505509 Responsive Industrie 74 42616 RESPONIND 530943 Sri Adhikari Bro 39 42637 SABTN 532856 Time Technoplast Ltd 67 42636 TIMETECHNO 511012 Yamini Investments 46 42637 -
780011 Richway Intl. Trade 87 42269 - 513605 Srikalahasthi Pipes 53 42604 SRIPIPES 500414 Timex Group India 25 42583 - 532648 YES Bank Ltd. 43 42522 YESBANK
520008 Rico Auto Inds. 6 42630 RICOAUTO 533305 SRS Real Infrastruct 24 42639 - 522113 Timken India Ltd 10 42586 TIMKEN 505537 Zee Entertainment En 39 42196 ZEEL
500366 Rolta India 23 42600 ROLTA 531723 Stampede Capital 46 42269 STAMPEDE 504966 Tin Plate Co. 61 42537 TINPLATE 533287 Zee Learn Ltd. 23 42626 ZEELEARN
532983 RPG Life Sciences 72 42572 RPGLIFE 536666 Star Ferro & Cement 41 42619 SFCL 532966 Titagarh Wagons Ltd. 38 42266 TWL 532794 Zee Media Corp 39 42217 ZEEMEDIA
533284 RPP Infra Projects L 24 42616 RPPINFRA 501061 State Bank Of Bi 44 42497 SBBJ 500114 Titan Company 25 42577 TITAN 533339 Zen Technologies Ltd 23 42630 ZENTEC
500350 RSWM Ltd. 86 42634 RSWM 532200 State Bank Of My 44 42497 MYSOREBANK 500420 Torrent Pharmac 72 42172 TORNTPHARM 504067 Zensar Technologies 23 42564 ZENSARTECH
503169 Ruby Mills 86 42629 RUBYMILLS 512531 State Trading 87 42635 STCINDIA 532779 Torrent Power Ltd. 75 42170 TORNTPOWER 505163 ZF Steering Gear 6 42639 -
500368 Ruchi Soya Inds. 32 42268 RUCHISOYA 532191 StateBnkOfTravan 44 42497 SBT 526650 Tourism Finance 46 42632 TFCILTD 521163 Zodiac Clothing 86 42587 ZODIACLOTH
533552 Rupa & Company L 86 42256 RUPA 500113 Steel Authority 53 42605 SAIL 532928 Transformers & Recti 76 42623 TRIL 534742 Zuari Agro Chemicals 42 42584 ZUARI
532955 Rural Electrific 46 42606 RECLTD 534748 Steel ExchangeIndia 53 42270 - 500251 Trent Ltd. 79 42585 TRENT 531335 Zydus Wellness Ltd. 40 42576 ZYDUSWELL

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Communication Feature

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Special Report Equity
A Double-Edged Sword:
SME Platforms For Gain & Loss

Yogesh Supekar and Arshad Hippagri


come together to explore the world of
SME stocks and investing. Then they
come up with this report:

T
his September, Sensex have made a good amount of money entrepreneurs. The nature of business of
hovering around the 30,000 from their investments in the SME these companies is very competitive and
level and Nifty inching stocks. An almost virgin territory is outward-looking. They generally fill - up
towards 9000 may have ready to be grabbed, albeit with its pros the space between micro-enterprises and
brought great investment and cons. large corporations. There is no track
return for the ones who had entered record of the performance and so the
the markets few years back, or may If one is ready to invest in the companies investors have to judge the company's
even few months back. But for some, through SME platforms even after prospects and the promoters' ability
these are too high levels to enter into knowing that getting information based on their own assessment.”
the markets afresh. While most of them on the promoters of most of these
have been watching the spiralling companies or even the companies itself is While it is true that the returns potential
indexes from outside the ring, wiser and a tough task, lot sizes are huge and so for SME stocks is huge, the down side for
some retail investors who believe in every investment has to be worth `1 lakh such stocks is also very high and may not
taking higher risks, have been checking and its multiples, this not-so-saturated be palatable to even a seasoned investor.
out and investing in SME stocks market segment can be checked out. But then the process of earning money
through SME earmarked platforms of from the stock markets always involves a
BSE and NSE. While the SME spaces Dinesh Rohira, Founder and bit of risk-taking activities.
are not much known among a large CEO,5nance.com says, “Small and
amount of retail investors who have so Medium Enterprises (SMEs), in many A look at the table below highlights the
far shied away from getting into these cases, are the promoter or individual extremes of SME stock investing.
spaces, a large number of risk-takers driven and are led by first-generation Says Rohira,"Serious and long-term

Top Performers 3 6 12 Top Losers 3 6 12


MONTHS MONTHS MONTHS MONTHS MONTHS MONTHS
RCI Industries & Technologies Ltd. 27 52 151.20 Yogya Enterprises Ltd. 55 -30 -65.77
Kushal Tradelink Ltd. 10 45 101.99 AGI Infra Ltd. 11 15 -27.93
Athena Constructions Ltd. 164 78 90.34 RJ Bio-Tech Ltd. Nil -26 -22.62
Polymac Thermoformers Ltd. 48 83 43.59 Arambhan Hospitality Services Ltd. -11 -31 -21.50
Captain Pipes Ltd. 43 47 42.76 Ultracab (India) Ltd. 14 16 -11.76
Data as on Sep 1 2016 Data as on Sep 1 2016

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Sandeep Parekh, former Executive Director of SEBI once held the title of
the youngest person to hold the coveted post at SEBI Bhavan. He
believes the market watchdog has been doing its duty when it comes
to handling listed SME entities.

beneficiary would be the SME companies The lot size to participate in SME IPO
which are today starved of banking is at `1 lac for the participants.
finance as many don’t have the security Don't you think the lot size needs
to offer for banks to be comfortable
lending to them.
to be reduced substantially to attract
wider base of retail investors? What
What are the steps taken by SEBI to steps need to be taken to allow a wider
promote SME platforms so far and in base of participants in the SME
your view what needs to done to platform?
improve the visibility of the SME The class of equity investment in SMEs is
The National Stock Exchange (NSE), platform amongst the investors by extremely high. Therefore there should if at
the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), various stakeholders including the SME all be an increase in the lot size, rather than
Inter-connected Stock Exchange (ICE), platform providers? an attempt to invite smaller investors into
the Over-the-Counter Exchange of SEBI has held multiple board meetings the market. In this market, it is common
India (OTCEI), among others, have based on the finance minister’s budget for upto half the companies to fail within a
evinced interest in setting up an speech to help create a regulatory short period and sophisticated investors
exchange (or a separate trading environment for an SME platform. can still make money from the other half
platform) for SMEs. Do you think SEBI has relaxed certain requirements which does well. Thus there should not be
there is a case for a single separate like a quarterly disclosure of financials a change inviting smaller players in a big
and also the size and networth boys high risk game.
exchange for SMEs(Small &Medium requirements which apply to the main
Entreprises) i.e SME exchange in India board of the exchanges. Conversely, What are the common concerns
or you think multiple SME exchanges it has also kept the purchase size large, amongst the SMEs which want to come
can function in India smoothly? What to prevent unsophisticated investors on board and get listed on the SME
should be SEBI's take on a single SME from entering this higher risk market.
platform? In your view, what needs to
exchange in India? Some 150 companies have already listed
on the SME platform on the BSE of be done on listing guidelines & listing
There is certainly space for competition which nearly 20 have graduated to the norms front, that will help SME
in the SME exchange space and it is main board. companies gain access to the SME
not for the regulator or anyone else platform for smoothly raising fund for
to decide how many players should SMEs have been reported of using the its business needs?
exist in the market. In a market SME platform for money laundering
economy, the markets will decide and Tax evasion. Whereas the onus lies SMEs need to judiciously choose
whether the platform offered by one between private equity investments and
player should survive and do well or
on SMEs for not doing so, what more SME platform fund raising as both have
not. Since it is an important part of can SEBI do to avoid such misuse of their pros and cons. The main challenge
creating an eco-system which enables funds raised through the SME to SME companies is their ability to scale
listing later to the main board, the platforms? up their operations and for that
big exchanges are clearly interested The mischief has been in the mid-cap and nimbleness is important. The downside
in this segment. In addition smaller small cap market, not the SME platform of listing is the increased focus on
players may be interested in creating per se. The best remedy against mischief, processes and regulatory disclosures,
a unique and nimble environment and that too tax mischief is with the which may make such a company less
and may be interested in lower income tax department. That should not nimble. There aren’t many regulatory
margins compared to the larger players. be a reason for restricting the market for areas of concern in the SME market and
It would be interesting to see how the good companies. Murders cannot be an small tweaks can be carried out to
market develops over time. But the argument for stopping sale of knives. improve any areas of concern.

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Special Report Equity
investors should consider this segment those and also understand the business
since the potential of return on those are unto among other such
investment is enormous. Some stocks required information, SME stocks can be It is advisable for small investors to
from the SME segment could provide well multibaggers. utilise the mid- and small-cap segments
multi-bagger returns. Along with
potential returns comes risk and so "This is risk investment and there are no before they venture into SME sector.
small retail investors with lesser holding assured returns. However, if you look at However, it remains a very good platform
capacity should not rush to invest in this the data available on BSE SME platform,
sector. Retail investors may not have the total 148 companies got listed on BSE for HNIs and the institutions that have the
ability to stay invested for a long term SME and total funds raised on SME ability to analyse the companies
without returns on investment. It is platform is `1103.83 Crores [Please note
advisable for small investors to utilise that companies need to dilute at least properly
the mid- and small-cap segments before 25% at the time of IPO] and current total
they venture into SME sector. market cap for those companies is retail investors can buy even a single
However, it remains a very good `12,215.04 crores. So you can see that, share which means it is extremely easy to
platform for HNIs and the institutions valuation has grown substantially. take exposure in these stocks.
that have the ability to analyse the However, as mentioned earlier, returns
companies properly." on investments would depend on Even after getting migrated on the
company to company," said Makarand mainboard the liquidity risks remain
But then there are souls like Dinesh Joshi, Partner at MMJC. with these stocks. However, in relative
Shah, a resident of Mumbai suburb. Shah terms, the liquidity position improves
had invested in Tiger Logistics Limited Risks of investing in SME stocks :- with the stocks getting migrated to the
few months back buying a lot of its  Illiquid stocks mainboard. However, it is observed that
 Big lot sizes
shares on the SME platform at a cost of  Low awareness
at times the stocks don’t trade on
`66/share. Less than a year since the  No track record of SME companies platforms for several days together
Pune-based logistics company joined running into a month or a couple of
BSE mainboard, Shah witnessed his SME PLATFORMS:- months. This is a common observation
return on investments went up by over We can see that the performance for the across the SME stocks even after they
400 per cent and still growing. There are SME stocks enhances impressively once have migrated to mainboards of
stories also of losing money in SME these stocks migrate to the mainboard. BSE/NSE.
stocks. But if one can make some serious The biggest advantage of investing in
attempts and gather information about SME stocks once they migrate, the lot Veto Switchgears & Cables is the only
the companies before investing into size requirement is done away with and SME stock which migrated successfully

Performance of 18 SME stocks listed on BSE SME platform that migrated to mainboard
Absolute Annualised
Listing Date Issue 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year Return Since Return on
on SME Price CMP Return Return Return Date of Migration SME platform
SME to Mainboard Platform (`) (`) (%) (%) (%) Migration (Absolute) (%) (Absolute) (%)
Looks Health Services 30-May-12 40.00 18.00 8.63 28.72 -52 28-Apr-16 4 -57
Sangam Advisors Limited 09-Aug-12 22.00 24.35 56.00 31.00 23.43 21-Apr-15 117 -49
Jupiter Infomedia Limited 16-Aug-12 20.00 43.00 39.00 51.00 51 01-Jun-15 72 25
SRG Housing Finance 11-Sep-12 20.00 82.60 35.97 29.00 4 02-Feb-15 32 213
Comfort Commotrade 24-Sep-12 10.00 12.36 22.38 -10.40 -24 28-Apr-16 3 20
Anshu's clothing 12-Oct-12 27.00 3.02 58.00 9.46 43 10-Feb-15 -15 -87
Bronze Infra-Tech 07-Nov-12 15.00 2.65 -93.00 -69.95 -29 12-Feb-15 -92 131
kavita Fabrics Limited 12-Mar-13 40.00 8.30 6.00 -13.00 -9 26-Aug-16 6 -80
Lakhotia Polysters India 04-Apr-13 35.00 8.10 -34.00 -19.15 -13 04-Jan-16 1 -77
Ashapura Intimates Fashions 15-Apr-13 40.00 380.00 64.93 118.00 68 01-Jun-15 47 548
India Finsec Limited 11-Jun-13 10.00 8.86 80.00 -5.69 -4 14-Oct-15 39 -36
Edynamics Solutions Limited 26-Jun-13 25.00 7.67 7.00 -57.86 -45 11-Jan-16 15 -73
Silverpoint Infratech Limited 28-Aug-13 15.00 11.50 92.00 -8.00 -5 05-Nov-15 53 -50
VKJ Infradevelopers Limited 30-Aug-13 25.00 134.00 250.00 -10.36 64 12-Jan-16 214 71
Kushal Trade Links Limited 04-Sep-13 35.00 163.75 411.00 507.00 176 05-Nov-15 173 71
Tiger Logistics India Limited 12-Sep-13 66.00 255.00 83.00 167.26 110 12-Feb-16 55 150
Satkar Finlease Limited 11-Oct-13 18.00 78.80 143.00 -12.97 na 12-Feb-16 294 11
Captain Polyplant Limited 11-Dec-13 30.00 131.50 221.00 60.57 na 15-Feb-16 92 128
Data as on 8th of Sep - 2016

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How to trade in SME stocks
 Trading on the SME exchanges is almost like the normal buy and sell procedure and It does not require any extra procedures.
 SME exchange has a larger-than-normal lot size – the minimum number of shares you can buy or sell in each transaction. You
cannot trade amounts lower than ` 1 lakh. Important thing to remember is- the lot size varies with the price of the stocks.
 For example, if the stock price is lower than `14, then the lot size is 10,000. However, if the stock price is between `120 and
`150, then the lot size falls to 1,000.
 These stocks are traded in the cash segment. They can be bought and sold either in the continuous market or specifically in
the call auction market.
 Just like the normal cash segment, these shares fall into different series like the ‘rolling settlement’, ‘block trading window’, ‘
odd lot trading’ and so on.
 You can place both market as well as limit orders just like a normal trade which can be modified or cancelled until processed.
 Once the transaction is settled, the shares will be delivered in T+2 days.

T R Prashanth Kumar, Head - Investment Banking, Karvy Investor Services


Since inception, the average listing gain on the SME IPOs is around 9% and the listing gain for the SME IPOs
since beginning of the year is around 3%. However, these gains should be evaluated on a long-term basis and
should be given another 12-18 months to really make use of the potential of the SME companies.

How do you think SME IPOs have beginning of the year is around 3%. structure, less proven track record of the
performed since inception and over a management, amongst other facets, SEBI
one-year period? However, these gains should be evaluated has kept the minimum trade value at `1
Since the beginning of the year, 36 on a long-term basis and should be given lakh, compulsory market making for a
companies have filed draft offer another 12-18 months to really make use period of three years and underwriting.
documents and have collectively raised of the potential of the SME companies. The SME platform is good for QIBs and
over `262 crore through SME IPOs. Of The fact that the average gain is in the high net worth investors who can analyse
these, 29 firms have filed the document positive, it works well for these companies as above, who can understand
to launch IPOs on BSE's SME platform, companies. the business model correctly and then
while 7 plan to list on NSE Emerge. In invest for the long term. They also have
2015, 43 companies were listed to garner In your view, should retail investors the requisite risk appetite which goes well
about `327 crore from this segment. BSE invest in SME IPOs? with the SME segment.
and NSE had launched SME platform in
March 2012, becoming the only two In the stock markets, a smart investor is What are the risk factors involved in
bourses to offer such a platform in the the one who sees potential in emerging investing in SME scrips?
country. Since then, several companies companies that have a great growth
have got listed on them and some have potential and enters the markets at the Most of the companies in the segment
even migrated to the mainboard. The right time. If you belong to the breed of have a short track record and/or are
platform provides opportunity to SME investors that can recognise the future small. The companies typically are family
Companies to raise equity capital for potential in very young companies, the businesses converted to corporate
growth and expansion. It also provides small and medium enterprises (SMEs) structure or are first-time entrepreneurs,
immense opportunity for investors to segment on the bourses is what you so, it is tough to precisely enumerate
identify and invest in good SMEs at an should be focusing on. However, seeking risks related to achieving their growth
early stage. There are 147 companies such companies involves a greater potential. Having said that, our country
which got listed in BSE SME Exchange dedication towards understanding the has a lot of well performing SME
since inception and from this 18 got companies, in-depth analysis, companies and we urge them to step
migrated to BSE main board. understanding macro and micro forward and seek to grow further. We are
economic factors etc. A retail investor regularly scouting for such companies
Since inception, the average listing gain may not be inclined to dedicate so much that have immense potential and just
on the SME IPOs is around 9% and the time towards it. Since SMEs can be need the correct guidance and timely
listing gain for the SME IPO’s since high-risk due to their small capital capital to grow multi-fold.

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Special Report Equity
Gaurav Jain and Prateek Jain, Directors, Hem Securities
The SME platform was created to give SME companies access to capital markets. SME companies can
come with a small size IPO and avail similar benefits that main board companies enjoy, but at a very
low cost.

You have managed the IPO issue


markets. SME companies can come with things before investing in any IPO
for Madhya Bharat Agro Products. a small size IPO and avail similar (i.e. Main Board or SME).
Are more and more SME companies benefits that main board companies
showing interest in getting enjoy, but at a very low cost and 1)Valuation of the company at
listed? compliances. This platform will help which the shares are offered.
We are honoured to get quality SME companies create a new financial
companies from SME space to get listed asset for the company which will give 2)Professional track record of
on the SME platform of the exchange. them visibility, brand value and good the promoter.
The public issue of Madhya Bharat Agro valuation for themselves.
Products Limited was marketed 3) Consistency in the financial
throughout India through our stock SME platform should be considered at growth of the company.
broking network and also through our par with investing in main board IPO’s.
associates' presence across PAN India. Many good companies on SME platform What can you say about the
We were successful in connecting the have created wealth, given dividends and regulatory mechanism for the SME
right dots and procuring more than 100 even bonus as is the case with main platform?
crores for this company, which is the board companies. As we move forward
highest on the SME IPO platform. What SME companies would attract more The regulatory requirement for listing
encouraged investors was the right participation and you would see larger on the SME platform and compliances
valuation and the proven track record of retails investors participate in SME adhered thereafter have been
the company. IPO’s as this avenue helps to create simplified to a larger extent to
wealth. promote and encourage SMEs to list
What are the benefits of SME platform and get equity advantage in business.
in your view and should retail This platform will encourage
investors participate in SME IPOs and What are the key risks that you would companies to adhere to transparent
why? like retail investors to keep in mind corporate governance practices
before investing in SME stocks? and later provide an easy
The SME platform was created to give migration opportunity to the
SME companies access to capital Predominantly investors should look at 3 main board.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAIN BOARD & SME LISTING


Basis of Difference BSE Main Board BSE SME Exchange
Post-issue paid up capital Minimum post issue paid up capital of 10 crores Minimum post issue capital of 1 crore and maximum 25 crores
Minimum Allotees in IPO Minimum number of allotees should be 1000 Minimum number of allotees should be 100
IPO Grading Mandatory IPO Grading Non- Mandatory IPO Grading
IPO Underwriting Non- Mandatory (Under 50% compulsory subscription to QIB’s) Mandatory (100% underwritten with Merchant Banker underwriting 15%)
Track Record Stringent norms Relaxed norms
Offer Document Vetting By SEBI By Stock Exchange
IPO Application Size `10,000 – `15,000 `1,00,000/-
IPO Timeframe 6 months onwards 3 to 4 months
Reporting Requirement Quarterly Half yearly

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Rahul Shah, Vice President -Equity Advisory Group, Motilal Oswal Securities
The quality of management, the overall grading of IPOs, a look at their balance sheet and for what
purpose they are raising fund is also important for investors to understand before participating.

In your view how has the SME IPO the SME side also. It will be important to
understand from investors point of view record and the quality of management
performance been in past couple of and it becomes difficult to know about it
as to for what purpose is the money
years? being raised, what is the track record of and comment on it.
I think the performance has been mixed. the company management and also it
Very few IPOs have done well but the will be helpful to understand the grading On the other hand, companies which are
majority has not done great plus on the of the IPOs. listed on the larger platform, you know
other hand retail participation has also that these companies have a proven track
been poor. record and information about their
What are the risks (excess risks) that management and how the company is
Would you recommend retail investors to one takes while investing in SME IPOs doing in that particular segment even if
participate in SME IPOs? Should HNIs in your view? it is a private limited company.
invest in SME IPO or investors are better I think the biggest risk is, obviously, as it
is small company, you might have some Well, it’s not bad to invest in the SMEs
off investing on mainboard only? capital constraint. Firstly, how this capital but due diligence is must. The quality of
Any day participation in BSE and NSE is
constraint affects the profitability of the management, the overall grading of
a better investment than on the SME for
company is important to know and is the IPOs, a look at their balance sheet and
various reasons including the large free
biggest challenge. Secondly it is the for what purpose they are raising fund is
float and proven track record of the
management etc., but you can’t ignore quality of management. With low also important for investors to
turnover we don’t know the proven track understand before participating.

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Special Report Equity
Pankaj Ostwal, Managing Director, Madhya Bharat Agro Products
We feel that SEBI should change the minimum investment size which is capped at `1,00,000 and above.
Because of this cap of minimum investment, lot of retail investors are unable to participate on SME
platform leading to liquidity crunch.

What are the benefits of getting listed


on SME platform from a company's will provide that credibility and brand should change the minimum investment
value. size which is capped at `1,00,000 and
perspective? above. Because of this cap of minimum
The most important benefit of getting How difficult it has been for your investment, lot retail investors are unable
listed for any company is visibility. The company to complete the process of pre to participate on SME platform leading
company is visible to over two crore listing? What are the key aspects that to liquidity crunch.
investors in India. Another important
benefit is moving from the net worth
should be kept in mind while getting
listed for a SME company like yours? Why should investors look at investing
model of valuation to the market cap opportunities in SME space?
model. The share certificate which What are the changes/amendments
carried book value until now will now that SEBI should do as far as rules are For an investor the most important thing
become a financial asset of the company concerned to make this platform more is to identify the gems in the stock
and will carry market value post listing. attractive for companies and also market which will give him
After getting listed our company, it will investors? extraordinary returns. SME companies
attract brand value and credibility in the have huge growth potential, hence
eyes of all stake-holders. Also, for an The process of listing on the SME investors have an opportunity to gain
unlisted company, the only way of platform is very simple as compared to significant returns from SME stock. We
arranging finance is bank loans and the main board. The draft prospectus of have seen that several companies like
internal funding. Listing opens up an our company was filed within one month Captain Polyplast Limited, Ashapura
additional source of finance for the from signing of mandate and we opened Intimates and Fashion Limited,
company. As a fertiliser company we the IPO in about two months of filing of Dhabariya Polywood Limited and many
have been working with certain reputed draft prospectus. In the listing process, others have given returns in excess of
stakeholders like DCM Shriram, MP the investors should look at the promoter three times post listing. Many large-caps
State Mining Corporation and Bina track record and his expertise in that and blue chips are not able to give this
refinery. We need credibility and listing particular sector. We feel that SEBI type of extra ordinary return.

to the mainboard at National stock It is a catch-22 situation when it comes to that particular stocks. One of the most
Exchange from the NSE emerge SME investing as it is apparent that important thing that a retail investor
platform. The performance of the investor base will widen on SME should also keep in mind is the portfolio
said stock is impressive as the stock platforms only when there is abundant approach. Including SME stocks in the
gained almost 66 per cent post its liquidity in the system and the broader equity portfolio should adhere
migration for the SME platform liquidity will improve only if investors to the predefined portfolio allocation
to the mainboard. start investing in the SME stocks strategy.
using the SME platforms provided
CONCLUSION: - by the two main bourses, NSE SME investing may not be in vogue
Looking at the happening in the SME and BSE. currently with the main markets yet to be
space and taking a bullish call on the fully explored by retail investors, but with
macro-economic situation in India, one Investors will eventually take to SME examples of extra ordinary returns
can bet on the positive developments in investing once they are convinced about already delivered and more and more
the SME sector to accelerate. Question the benefits of taking exposure in the SME companies expected to get listed on
remains on the ability of the retail SME stocks that are listed on the SME both the platforms (BSE SME & NSE
investors to encash the growth story in platforms. As a strategy retail investors Emerge), the SME investing game can
the SME sector in India via SME may look at those SME stocks which only get interesting for high risk investors.
platforms provided by the leading have recently migrated to the main board
national exchanges in India. after considering the fundamentals of Bon Risk – Investing! DS

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Personal Finance
Jayesh Dadia
Chartered Accountant

Simplifying tax laws and rules


Senior tax consultant and chartered accountant, Jayesh Dadia
responds to the tax-related questions raised by the DSIJ
reader-investors

I am a senior citizen and want to know What is the meaning of clubbing of income I own agriculture land. Some pieces of land
what are the benefits available to s senior under the Income Tax Act? are located in the rural areas and some are
citizen under the Income Tax Act? located in urban area. I am likely to sell
 Under the Income Tax Act, in
these pieces of land. Whether I am liable to
 Senior citizens ( age of 60 years and certain special cases if income of
above but less than 80 years) and very Mr. A is included with the taxable pay capital gain tax ?
senior citizens (age 80 years or above) are income of Mr. B and in such a case Mr. B  An agriculture land is a capital
granted a higher exemption limit as will be liable to pay tax in respect of his asset and therefore sale or transfer of
compared to normal tax payers. The income as well as income of Mr. A. Such such an asset is subject to capital gain
exemption limit for the current financial a situation is called as clubbing of tax. However, certain lands which are
year 2016-17 to senior citizen stands at income. For example, if Mr. A transfers situated in rural area, which is away
`3,00,000 and to very senior citizen it income from an asset owned by him to more than 8 kms from the local limit of
stands at `5,00,000. Mr. B, without transferring the assets any municipality or cantonment board,
from which income is generated, then are not considered as capital assets
Further, under section 208 of the Income income from such an asset is taxed in the under section 2(14)(iii) of the Income
Tax Act, senior citizens, not having hands of Mr. A although the income is Tax Act. So if your land which is
income from business or profession, are received by Mr. B. situated in rural area, falls in the category
also not liable to pay advance tax. A very of land described in the above clause,
senior citizen can file his return of Similarly, in some cases remuneration / then you are not liable to pay any capital
income in paper mode even if he has salary received by spouse of an individual gain tax.
income exceeding `5,00,000/annum. from a concern in which the individual is
having substantial interest is clubbed Further, an individual or HUF can claim
Senior citizens and very senior citizens with the income of individual. Further, if exemption in respect of capital gain
are also entitled to higher benefit in Mr. A transfers his / her asset to his /her arisen on transfer of agriculture land
respect of expenditure incurred on spouse, other than for an adequate situated in an urban area if such land is
account of medical treatment on consideration, then income from such an sold by way of compulsory acquisition.
specified disease under section 80DDB asset will be clubbed with the income of This exemption is available if the land
of the Income Tax Act. Similarly, under individual i.e. Mr. A. Similarly, if Mr. A was used by the tax payer for agriculture
section 80D of the Income Tax Act, transfers his assets to his son’s wife purpose for a period of 2 years preceding
senior citizens and very senior citizens (daughter-in-law) without adequate the date of transfer.
are also entitled for higher deduction in consideration, then also income from
respect of medical insurance premium. such asset, although received by In your case, the land situated in urban
daughter-in-law, will be taxed in the area and going to be sold in the open
However, it is important to know that tax hands of Mr. A. Income of minor child is market, then surplus arising on sale of
benefits offered under the tax laws to clubbed with the income of his / her land, would be subject to capital gain tax.
senior citizen and very senior citizen are parent, whose income is higher. If you are holding the land for more than
available only to resident Indians. In However, the clubbing provisions would 3 years, then the capital gain tax would
other words, these benefits are not not be applicable if the transfer of asset is be long term capital gain which is subject
available to non-resident Indians. for adequate consideration. to tax at 20%.

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Cover Story

Five Infra Stocks That May


Sizzle Following Govt Push
Lohit Bharambe and Abhijeet Gosavi sniff
around the burgeoning infrastructure sector
and come up with this exhaustive report.

D
uring the 30 ordinary citizens but also strengthen earlier years, 85 per cent of the halted
months of balance-sheets of the infrastructure infrastructure projects suffering on
Narendra majors and even smaller players in the account of heritage issues are now
Modi-led NDA sector. In addition to all the direct efforts functional and back on track. As much
government in made by the Centre, reforms like debt as `97000 crore alone has been kept for
the Centre, the arbitration schemes, further push from road and highway connectivity,
biggest push has NITI Aayog, RBI’s S4A scheme will be including through issue of NHAI
been given to the infusing further life in the infra entities. bonds. Government anticipates
infrastructure sector. Modi known for Obvious, these steps will augment approving approximately 10k km of
his weakness towards urban liquidity and may give oxygen to national highways and taking up
infrastructure and also roads, ports suffocated infrastructure companies in 50k km of state highways for upgradation
sectors since his days as Chief Minister of the county. as national highways during the
Gujarat, is albeit continuing his focus on proposed year.
the infra development, this time his The government’s target is `25 trillion
activities are not confined within Gujarat investment in infrastructure sector over a
but across the length and breadth of the period of three years. This will include GOVERNMENT REFORMS
country. Several key road projects worth `8 trillion for developing 27 industrial  Push from NITI Aayog
thousands of crores are being executed clusters and an additional `5 trillion for To resolve issues which are being faced
under the leadership of his trusted road, railway and port connectivity by the industry, NITI Aayog placed a
lieutenant, Nitin Gadkari while Modi’s projects. proposal before Cabinet Committee on
another trusted man, Venkaiah Naidu Economic Affairs (CCEA) for its
has been assigned the task of working Union Budget 2016 allocates a consideration suggesting various short-
towards a better urban infrastructure comprehensive gigantic outlay of term and long-term measures.
across the country. The end result will `221246 crore for the infrastructure
not only improve the living condition of sector, including railways. Over the The process of arbitration was initiated

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with pre-amended Arbitration Act. Now National Institute for Transforming India SPML Infra:
government bodies are seeking consent (NITI) Aayog, will ensure that projects The company has a debt of `540 crore
of contractors to transfer pending cases are not stalled, and the developer and its and around `500 crore are stuck in
under the amended Arbitration Act projects do not suffer from lack of funds arbitration.
wherever possible. The shift to amended till the dispute is resolved.
Arbitration Act is expected to make the Patel Engineering:
arbitration process more cost effective There is estimated total amount of The company has won arbitration award
and help in settlement of the disputes in a arbitration tied up stood at `7000 crore. of `2500 crore. Further claims of about
timely manner. During the next 12 to 18 months, about `5000 crore are in arbitration process.
40 percent of the amount would be New norm will help the company to
The premier policy making body has also secured from the sanctioned arbitration reduce debt by 55 to 60 per cent.
separately issued instructions on the amount. As per the industry experts,
subject with regard to immediate infra companies may expect their debt  S4A scheme
measures to be taken by all concerned for size to get reduced in the range of 40 per The Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) new
revival of the construction sector. cent to 50 per cent in future term. And it restructuring tool –Scheme for
already has started happening with the Sustainable Structuring of Stressed
 Debt Arbitration classic case of Patel Engineering. The list Assets (S4A) has initiated many new
Government’s approval of new arbitration of companies which received nod from discussions on how banks can take
guidelines will help in speedy resolution Government for debt arbitration are as equity in debt laden firms. While S4A
of claims pending in arbitration for years. follows: aims to achieve dual objective i.e. help
The newly adopted reform measures will banks deal better with stressed assets and
provide much-needed liquidity for the Hindustan Construction Company help debt-laden companies get their
infrastructure sector. The company’s debt could be halved from projects back on track.
`4900 crore within 12-14 months. The
Government will also release 75 per cent company has over `3200 crore tied up in Given the disappointment around the
of the arbitration award against arbitration. As per new norm its `2400 strategic debt restructuring (SDR) process,
margin free bank guarantee in situations crore can get freed immediately. it is evident that the banking sector has
where the award has been given but been struggling for sustainable solutions
contested by the concerned authorities. Reliance Infrastructure: around the alarming non-performing asset
All arbitration cases will be It has `14000 crore stuck under various (NPA) situation. Given the situation, new
resolved within one year, under the new stages of arbitration for various projects. S4A guidelines would ease infrastructure
norms. This will help revive stalled projects companies in future term. The approach
which suffered due to long settlement seems to be focused on restricting
The new regime, proposed by the periods. dependence on subjective elements, such
as futuristic cash flow projections, to arrive
at sustainable debt levels.

Deep Vadodaria, COO of Nila Infrastructures The root cause for incremental of debt in
infrastructure sector due to delayed
“We believe that the recent long term measures are going to act as yet another catalyst for
clearances and approvals, swollen capital
the revival of infrastructure industry and will lead the overall economy to boom in the
expenditure numbers to cover up for
long-run. The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri
Narendra Modi recently approved various measures to revive the construction sector. With
equity funding. The list of another causes
75% arbitral award to a designated escrow account against margin free bank guarantee in includes excessive leverage based on
cases where the award is challenged, is a major step to clean-up bank’s assets and/or aggressive growth assumptions, overall
upgrade the borrower’s credit-worthiness. Ultimately it is positive for the viability of the economic slowdown, lack of promoter
project. This will kick-start stalled projects and generate employment. The latest Logistics bandwidth to bring in equity besides
Performance Index Report of World Bank mentions that India has jumped 19 places and is industry specific issues such as fluidity in
now ranked 35 amongst 160 countries. This signifies the government’s commitment to fuel supply arrangement and power
improve Indian competitiveness in manufacturing and trade. That also acts as one of the purchase agreement off-takes, dispute
growth drivers of the Make in India Program. Again clearance of 16 highway projects resolution with the National Highways
worth `7,456 crore in 11 states, totaling a length of 622 km, include construction of new Authority of India (NHAI).
roads, widening and expansion of existing highways and rehabilitation and upgradation of
some projects. This will provide a major fillip to our overall infrastructure. Even the S4A The S4A scheme is only applicable to
scheme issued by RBI is yet another positive effort to revive the companies that are operational projects, which means the
techno-economically viable and the promoters are clean. Thus, we believe that such larger section of the stuck or under-
measures is a step in the right direction, not only in infrastructure, but also will act as a
construction projects or the ones which
catalyst for the overall growth of the economy.”
need last-mile funding, will not be

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Cover Story DSIJ Exclusive

"Liquidity boost, courtesy govt.


steps will infuse fresh lease of life"
Director General of Confederation of Indian Industry
(CII), Chandrajit Banerjee in this exclusive interview to
DSIJ shares his take on the infra sector and road ahead
for the companies

Can you give us broader idea about put back on track since 2015. These Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT)
arbitration initiatives from projects entailed an investment to the will be the next wave of financing in
government which will boost tune of ` one lakh crore involving 8,003 reality sector. Can you take us through
infrastructure companies’ debt km of road projects. This has, without how it will help companies in
position? doubt, unclogged resources which could infrastructure space?
lead to more new projects and potentially
Substantial amounts of funds of boost investment demand. Secondly, it Indian real estate sector has transformed
infrastructure companies are locked in has also brought some relief to the balance from being unorganised to a dynamic and
claims with various government sheets of banks which are under much organised sector over the past decade.
ministries and PSUs. These claims stress from bad and restructured loans. Increasing job opportunities, together
remain unpaid even after 6 years despite with healthy infrastructure development,
decision of Dispute Resolution Body Also, the Cabinet Committee on is underpinning demand in the nation’s
(DRB), arbitral awards and High Court Economic Affairs (CCEA) ‘s recent residential real estate market. The sector is
judgments in favour of contractors. This announcement of a revival package for now the second largest employer after
has severely constrained the contractors’ the ailing construction sector has come agriculture and is slated to grow at 30 per
liquidity position. at an opportune time as it seeks to cent over the next decade.
destress the liquidity woes of the
The government has taken some bold and construction companies that impacts the As the policy impact of the government’s
significant initiatives to resolve this entire infrastructure sector. One of the recent reforms unfolds, the sector is
impasse. The first and foremost being the major decision includes a direction to expected to become more transparent,
Arbitration and Conciliation PSUs paying 75% of award amount to the resulting in lowered risks and a higher
(Amendment) Act, 2015, which puts a contractors against a margin free bank degree of organisation. Consequently,
cap on cost and time for all arbitral guarantee in cases where the PSUs have regulation and finance have emerged as
proceedings. Also, the Hon’ble Finance lost the arbitration and goes on to appeal the two pillars of growth for sustainable
Minister in his 2016-17 Budget in higher courts. real estate development in India. With an
announced the proposal to enact the increasing need for improving
Public Utility (Resolution of Disputes) Bill All these decisions by the government operational effi ciencies, a simplified and
to streamline institutional arrangements will translate to a huge liquidity boost balanced regulatory framework focusing
for the resolution of disputes in into the system which would save many specifically on addressing development
infrastructure-related construction of the companies from being declared bottlenecks, has become imminent.
contracts, PPP and public utility NPAs. This will also allow recovery of Additionally, an enabling financing
contracts. All these initiatives provide for loans by banks and allow construction environment which duly addresses the
speedy resolution of disputes and thus, companies to speed up execution of challenges faced by the sector has also
ensure that the projects do not get stalled ongoing projects. Further, it will also become the need of the hour.
for long and money is not locked up in increase the ability of construction
claims for a considerable time period. companies to bid for new contracts and The proposed Institutional Real Estate
the resulting competition will be framework in form of Real Estate
Just to quote an example, more than 85% beneficial in containing the costs of Investment Trust (REITs) will enable
of the 70 stuck road projects have been public works. easier access to funds for cash-strapped

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developers and create a new investment The S4a provides for a coordinated (AIFs) were introduced to tap into other
avenue for institutions and high net financial restructuring of large loan source of savings like Insurance and
worth individuals as well as ordinary accounts which are facing severe Pension Funds to accelerate and enhance
investors. It will also help build a robust financial difficulties. This may which the flow of long term funds. In this
income generating real asset market involve substantial write-down of debt regard, the recent initiative in the form of
which is witnessing significant growth and/or making large provisions for the Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InvITs)
across cities due to growing urbanisation, work to continue. and Real Estate Investment Funds
improved employment opportunities and (REITs) is expected to channelise long
globalisation of workforce. REITs will Banks have long represented for a term funds into the sector and in
enable replacement of bank borrowings regulatory framework that would facilitate releasing developers’ capital for further
in companies with long term equity lenders taking up the exercise of reworking deployment in new projects.
(permanent in nature) thereby de- of the liability structure of companies to
stressing the asset development which they have significant exposures, in In a move to get stalled construction
companies and reducing the banks’ the context of asset quality stress currently projects moving, the Cabinet has also
exposure to real estate and infrastructure. faced by them.Accordingly, the S4A approved new arbitration norms that will
envisions determination of the sustainable help in quicker resolutions for
Globally too, REITs have been an integral debt level for a stressed borrower, and companies. As also discussed earlier,
driver towards the development of real bifurcating the outstanding debt into under the new norms, the Government
estate/ infrastructure sector. The potential sustainable debt and equity instruments will release 75 percent of amounts against
for the listed REIT universe is pegged at which are expected to provide benefit to margin free guarantee in cases where
over ~US$8-10 billion over short-to- the lenders when the borrower turns arbitral awards have been given but have
medium term. Quality sponsors / investors around. been contested. The amount released will
have been acquiring and aggregating a be used by contractors to complete
sizable portfolio of pan-India office and Also, the fact that S4A envisages projects or pay off debts. Also, another
retail assets. Several regulatory and tax preparation of a resolution plan by credible significant initiative by the Cabinet
provisions have already been enacted to professional agencies, as well as an provides for development of a one-time
create a conducive environment for REITs independent overseeing Committee scheme to deal with stressed assets in the
to be listed. Also, with the tax related issue comprising of subject experts being infrastructure sector. This scheme, being
of Dividend Distribution Tax (DDT) now expected to review the processes involved jointly formulated by the Reserve Bank
cleared by the government, REITs are likely in preparation of the resolution plan would of India and Department of Financial
to become a reality soon. The advent of ensure rationality and transparency. Services (DFS) will ensure minimizing
REITs is likely to result in augmented levels the stress of infrastructure companies
of professional real estate management, There is a big number of stalled and unclog the long trapped resources.
post addressing issues relating to potential projects in the infrastructure space.
returns, implementation and inherent risks How companies will manage to grow in The most important steps that may be
still present. taken for revitalistion include increased
future term? focus on regulation; alternative to CDR
How RBI’s scheme for Sustainable Most of the infra firms are facing the in the form of Joint Lenders’ Forum
Structuring of Stressed Assets (S4A) problem of stressed assets due to (JLF) which has timelines for speedy
will help laden infrastructure prevailing crisis of infra vertical. Given resolution; 5/25 (or similar) scheme for
the tardy progress of most of the projects, new and existing projects; allowing sale
sector? banks have been reluctant to lend these of assets through SDR and other
With the SDR’s applicability not being as projects further leaving the developers guidelines outside SDR; allowing
expected and the banking sector high and dry. The Gross Non-Performing flexibility to convert debt into equity, and
struggling for sustainable solutions Advances (GNPAs) of Scheduled most importantly Scheme for Sustainable
around the alarming non-performing Commercial Banks (SCBs) sharply Structuring of Stressed Assets (S4a)
asset (NPA) situation, announcement of increased to 7.6 % of gross advances which are recent guidelines allowing
S4a is a welcome move. from 5.1 % between September 2015 and banks to carve out sustainable and
March 2016 after the Asset Quality non-sustainable portions of debt.
The Reserve Bank of India issued Review (AQR). As per the CMIE
guidelines on ‘Scheme for Sustainable estimates, around 893 projects worth It is nonetheless necessary that in a
Structuring of Stressed Assets’ (S4a) earlier INR 11.36 trillion were stalled by March situation where it is critical to restore the
this year in order to strengthen the lenders’ 2016 compared to INR 10.79 trillion in faith of all stakeholders, the Government,
ability to deal with stressed assets and to December 2015. In order to improve banks and the industry should
put assets back on track by providing a funding options, alternate funding collaborate for coming up with
possibility for reworking the financial sources like Infrastructure Debt Funds innovative solutions and for adopting a
structure of assets facing difficulties. (IDFs) and Alternate Investment Funds series of measures in this regard.

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Cover Story INTERVIEW

"S4A will help infra companies to


focus on new projects"
Head of Research- (Institutional Equity) at Systematix
Shares & Stocks, Jaspreet Singh Arora believes stock
selection and continuous monitoring are the two key
factors when it comes to investing in infra sector. He
speaks to DSIJ on various other related issues

Government has oflate introduced various initiatives to financials and balance sheet strength.
boost the infrastructure sector. Will it help financials of the
concerned companies going forward? This also gives a positive signal to good companies which were
Yes it will. Government’s recent decision to release 75% of resisting to bid for government contracts assuming their
funds locked up in favourable arbitration awards for the money may get stuck if scope of work changed, land/clearance
construction sector is a major step that will aid in revival of the led delays and inflationary pressures beyond provided for in
sector. The arbitration awards won by the construction the agreement.
companies formed a part of receivables which led to expansion
of working capital and corresponding increase in debt. As per From retail investor's point of view, infrastructure sector
NITI Aayog’s assessment, 597 cases involving `525 billion has not given mind blowing returns to shareholders in
spread across central public sector enterprises including NHAI, recent days. Can you tell us if it is the right time to enter into
NTPC, NHPC and IOC are under arbitration or pending in
court. The release of 75% of funds i.e. `394 billion can improve
the same space?
liquidity for construction companies to meet their debt Infra sector's returns should be viewed from 2-3 years'
obligations which will in turn significantly improve their perspective given multiple headwinds in short term. Example,

benefitted. This unaddressed segment of in Q1FY17 on a year on year basis. Its investment trust through which infra
projects may actually be a significant net loss has narrowed down to `121 companies can raise money. This money
portion of the NPAs in the infrastructure crore in Q1FY17 from `1421 crore in raised for their operational projects will
sector specifically in the power and the Q1FY17. be tax-free. These Trusts will be held by
highways sectors. the companies and the Trust will be
On quarterly comparative front, holding the special purpose vehicle
infrastructure sector’s revenue dropped (SPVs).
GLANCE OF FIRST by 13.78 per cent in Q1FY17. Its raw
QUARTER RESULTS material cost declined by 9.91 per cent in REIT is a type of security that invests in
Q1FY17 as compared to the previous real estate through property or
We have considered numbers of 274 quarter. Meanwhile, the sector’s mortgages and often trades on major
companies from the infrastructure space. operating profit also reduced by 12.28 exchanges like a stock. REITs provide
The top line increased by 7.76 per cent as per cent in Q1FY17 on a quarterly basis. investors an extremely liquid stake in
of Q1FY17 as compared to same period Its other income increased by 7.38 per real estate. They receive special tax
in the previous financial year. Its cost of cent in Q1FY17 as compared to the considerations and typically offer high
raw materials remained flat and previous quarter. Infrastructure sector dividend yields.
increased by just 0.99 per cent in posted net loss of `121 crore against net
Q1FY17 on yearly basis. Infrastructure profit of `2193 crore in Q4FY16. Regulatory body SEBI is likely to ease
companies’ operating profit rose by 16.34 out regulations for Real Estate
per cent as compared to same period in Investment Trusts (REITs) and
previous fiscal year. The sector’s other NEW NORMS Infrastructure Investment Trusts
income too increased by 26.66 per cent InvIT is basically an infrastructure (InvITs) during the second half of

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recent stock price appreciation of HCC, Patel has been How RBI’s scheme for Sustainable Structuring of Stressed
more than the market and covered up some of the lost Assets (S4A) will help debt laden infrastructure sector?
ground in the past 1-2 years. We think stock selection and
continuous monitoring is paramount in infra. So retail RBI’s scheme for Sustainable Structuring of Stressed Assets
investors should ideally invest through the mutual fund (S4A) splits the corporate debt into two parts – sustainable
route as that can help it hedge against volatility in (upto 50% of total) which is based on servicing capacity and
individual stocks and take benefit of the experienced fund unsustainable (remaining total debt) on equity/equity
managers. instruments. This tweaked loan restructuring exercise, will
bring down the outstanding debt to manageable levels which
Debt is the major concern for infrastructure sector. Can you can be serviced with the existing cash flows and also result in
give us some idea how companies will come out from the savings in interest cost. With reduced debt levels, the
debt trap? infrastructure companies can thus focus on bidding and
execution of new projects resulting in growth in revenue,
The debt of infrastructure companies has piled up led by higher margins and generation of cash flows.
working capital (mainly receivables stuck from clients and
loans and advances to subsidiaries) and investments in non – There are a big number of stalled projects in the infrastructure
core areas like ownership of roads, power plants, real estate, space. How companies will tackle it to grow in future term?
ports, airports etc. Some of these investments turned non-
productive owing to execution challenges, time and cost The reasons for stalled projects are multiple which include
overruns which in-turn forced the infra companies to extend delay in land acquisition/ RoW issues or lack of various
loans and advances to these assets vs focusing on core EPC clearances or even liquidity crunch with the developers. The
operations. Several government initiatives announced recently initiative by NHAI for one time fund infusion in languishing
will infuse liquidity to step up execution in languishing road BOT projects will aid in kick starting execution of these
projects: stalled projects. This coupled with release of arbitration money
will also release stuck receivables, reduce debt levels and
• One-time fund infusion in languishing road projects increase appetite to bid for new projects to fuel growth.
• 100% equity divestment after 2 years of construction of So the government's steps to clear stuck projects across all
all highway projects among others. segments (roads (NHAI), metros (Colaba-SEEPZ in Mumbai)),
• Release 75% of arbitration money awarded in favour of infuse liquidity and assure the industry that future projects will
construction company have minimum obstruction once work starts are all steps which
• Promote the concept of InvITs gives the companies opportunity to grow in future.

applications received for REITs and


Jayant D. Mhaiskar InvITs. IRB Infrastructure has become
the first company to file a draft red
Vice-Chairman & MD, MEP Infrastructure Developers herring prospectus (DRHP) to raise
`4300 crore for an InvIT.
“The government has set out a target of 25,000 kilometres of roads to be awarded and
15,000 kilometres of road to be constructed during this fiscal. REITS AND INVITS
In the first quarter of FY16-17, MEP Infra has bagged several projects for the development ACILITATE THE FOLLOWING:
of roads under Hybrid Annuity Model along with its JV partner and has already achieved a
significant market share in this space. The company will continue to focus on its core  Benefits to Developers
strength of operating and maintaining Toll roads along with the newly acquired • An increase in entry and exit
construction projects. opportunities for developers, asset
The government’s announcement on monetisation of toll roads for a long term duration owners and financial investors,
comes across as a bigger opportunity for the company’s growth going forward.” enabling them to monetise their
assets (real estate or projects)
• Availability of last-mile funding for
September. Both will take off from the make these instruments more attractive. stalled projects
current financial year. SEBI came out It has taken a full two-year time since the • Transformation of business from an
with regulations for REITs and InvITs in path was cleared for REITs and InvITs asset-heavy to asset-light model
2014. However, not a single Trust has could list. • Focus on core competencies, and
been set up as yet as investors wanted segregation of operations and
further measures, including tax breaks to According to SEBI, there are multiple infrastructure

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Cover Story INTERVIEW

"InVIT route to infuse fresh lease


of life in infra companies"
Vice President (Private Client Group Research), Kotak
Securities, Teena Virmani while praising the recent
goovernment initiatives to raise dampened spirit of
infra companies, also predicts good days to come

Recently, government has approved an array of measures companies. These pending claims have strained the balance
including easing of rules for quicker settlement of disputes, sheet of companies to a large extent. Government initiatives
pump in liquidity and reinvigorate stalled projects. Can you will help in faster resolution of claims and we believe that
wherever the case has gone in favor of construction companies,
comment on how much time actually it will take to be authorities will have to pay 75 per cent of the claim amount.
executed? This is likely to reduce working capital requirements for sector
Government’s decision is expected to ease the liquidity crunch and would act as a boost for the sector, which is currently
for the contractors and also likely to ease their working capital suffering from high working capital, debt and cash crunch.
woes. However, the exact timeline of implementation of these
measures is yet to be ascertained. But time taken for claim Can you comment on Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) in
settlement is expected to be much faster than before with the India’s infrastructure space?
introduction of these measures.
For infrastructure sector, InVIT (Infrastructure Investment
According to Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), trust) route is being considered by lot of BOT companies. The
total value of stalled project is `11.36 lakh crore. How objective of InvIT is to facilitate investment into the
government initiatives will benefit companies to come out infrastructure sector in India. InViTs help in freeing up of
current developer’s capital for reinvestment into new
from this situation? infrastructure projects and also help in refinancing high cost
Stalled projects have resulted in increasing the cost of projects debt with low cost capital along with helping banks to free up
along with high amounts of pending receivables with the loan exposure.

Benefits to Investors growth in July from previous month,


• Facilitation of easy entry and exit in while natural gas and refinery products
the real estate sector showed an improvement. As per
• Small retail investors able to available data, the growth of the eight
participate in asset classes that are core sectors during April-July, the first
normally unaffordable for them four months of current financial year,
• Diversification of investment was 4.9 per cent.
holdings enabled to help financial
and strategic investors manage risk
CONCLUSION
CORE INFRASTRUCTURE From historical point of view, BSE India
Infrastructure index has not to grow tremendously and while the
GROWTH outperformed. The BSE India government has strived to provide
Growth in eight core infrastructure Infrastructure has given 11.06 per cent ‘exemplary’ and ‘proactive’ steps to boost
sectors of the economy slowed down to during last two and half years. this sector. However, there are various
3.2 per cent in July from 5.2 per cent in challenges and regulatory uncertainties.
June, primarily due to a decline in Meanwhile, BSE Sensex given 17.27 per The recent initiatives which will boost
growth in steel sector. Cement, electricity cent returns to investors during the same operational efficiency in infrastructure
and fertiliser sectors recorded a slower time. The infrastructure sector is poised companies and investment in the sector.

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The boost in the infrastructure segment is on the backing of various measures taken by government, RBI and companies as a whole.
If we consider infrastructure space, then the growth will be revived starting from cement, construction materials till main stream
business of construction. The drastic reduction of debt will increase companies interest coverage ratio, net working capital days, debt
to equity ratio in upcoming quarters. Operational efficiency of such companies will boost profitability margins and money flow back
into the business. We charted out some of the picks from sector which will have more traction in upcoming quarters.

ITD Cementation India


BSE Face Market Cap
CODE 509496 Value `1 CMP `140 F.F. (` Crore) 1039

I
TD Cementation India is involved in construction and Last Five Quarters (`/Cr)
civil engineering. On financial front, ITD Cementation’s June-16 Mar-16 Dec-15 Sept-15 June-15
revenue increased by 42.28 per cent to `1876 crore in Total Income 861.44 1015.59 1063.23 687.65 732.35
H1CY16 as compared to the same period in the previous Other Income 5.18 4.85 6.56 3.19 2.27
financial year. Its EBTDA also rose by 30.37 per cent to `108 Operating Profit 47.34 70.92 72.24 46.07 53.16
crore in H1CY16 on yearly basis. ITD Cementation posted Interest 29.49 31.24 31.58 33.27 36.32
net profit net profit of `28.23 crore in H1CY16 against net Net Profit 5.21 23.02 30.06 4.15 3.15
loss of `93.52 crore in H1CY15. The company incurred Equity 15.52 15.52 15.52 15.52 15.52
exceptional loss of `122.75 crore during H1CY16.
ITD Cementation’s top line increased by 79.2 per cent to cent from government and remaining 20 per cent from Public
`3069 crore in CY15 as compared to previous financial year. Sector Undertakings. The company will execute its orders over
The company’s EBITDA rose more than double to `192 crore 20 months. The company’s order book is widely spread across
in CY16 on a yearly basis. It posted net loss of `59.31 crore in sectors like 19 per cent from hydro/dams/tunnels/irrigation, 11
CY15 against net profit of `19.41 crore in CY14. ITD per cent from urban infrastructure/ MRTS, 49 per cent from
Cementation has healthy debt to equity ratio of 1.18 as of marine, 3 per cent from specialist works, 3 per cent from
CY15. As of H1CY16, ITD Cementation has order book of industrials, 6 per cent from buildings, 9 per cent from highways,
`4435.2 crore comprising 41 per cent from private, 39 per bridges and flyovers.

Housing Development & Infrastructure


BSE Face Market Cap
CODE 532873 Value `10 CMP `90 F.F. (` Crore) 2414

H
ousing Development and Infrastructure (HDIL) is Last Five Quarters (`/Cr)
engaged in real estate development and construction June-16 Mar-16 Dec-15 Sept-15 June-15
of residential and commercial properties, Total Income 260.71 343.35 322.67 236.72 266.75
infrastructure facilities and other related activities. On Other Income 4.50 4.85 6.42 5.95 5.83
financial front, HDIL’s revenue declined by 2.31 per cent to Operating Profit 161.69 205.07 202.75 204.29 196.27
`261 crore in Q1FY1 as compared to same period in previous Interest 114.60 134.82 118.30 134.71 125.09
financial year. Its EBITDA too reduced by 17.37 per cent to Net Profit 40.82 56.13 92.94 57.77 58.36
`157 crore in Q1FY17 on yearly basis. HDIL’s EBITDA Equity 419.00 419.00 419.00 419.00 419.00
margin contracted by 1101 basis points to 60.15 per cent in
Q1FY17 as compared to same period in previous fiscal year. yearly basis. Its bottom line rose by 21.68 per cent to `266 crore in
The company’s net profit declined by 29.98 per cent to `40.96 FY1 as compared to previous fiscal year. HDIL is maintaining
crore in Q1FY17 on yearly basis. Its net profit margin lower debt to equity ratio and remained at 0.27 as of FY16.
contracted by 622 basis points to 15.71 per cent in Q1FY17 as On valuation front, HDIL’s share price is trading at PE multiple of
compared to same period in previous financial year. HDIL’s 16.46x times as compared to industry PE multiple of 24.86x times.
top line increased by 14.71 per cent to `1154 crore in FY16 as The scrip is trading attractive as compared to peers such as
compared to previous financial year. However, the company’s Mahindra Life Developers (15.28x), Purvankara Projects (17.65x),
EBITDA declined by 2.58 per cent to `785 crore in FY16 on Ahluwalia Contracts (India) (24.71x).

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KCP
BSE Face Market Cap
CODE 590066 Value `1 CMP `93.50 F.F. (` Crore) 639

K
CP is in business of cement, engineering, power and Last Five Quarters (`/Cr)
others. The company's segments include engineering, June-16 Mar-16 Dec-15 Sept-15 June-15
cement, power, sugar and others. Its other businesses Total Income 182.39 190.54 169.38 182.63 207.25
include mining, mineral processing, metals, oil and gas, Other Income 1.77 1.73 0.49 1.39 0.22
chemical and fertilisers, space and industrial gases.
Operating Profit 32.17 29.74 30.71 34.79 55.26
Net Profit 3.24 -1.75 5.26 5.17 34.18
On financial front, KCP’s revenue decreased by 12 per cent to
`182 crore in Q1FY17 as compared to the same period in Equity 12.89 12.89 12.89 12.89 12.89
previous financial year. The company’s EBITDA also reduced
by 44.77 per cent tot `30.40 crore in Q1FY17 on a yearly company’s debt to equity ratio stood at 0.78 as of FY16.
basis. It posted net profit of `3.28 crore in Q1FY17 against net KCP has decided to expand the production capacity of its cement
profit of `34.18 crore in Q1FY16. unit located at Muktyalaa in Krishna district Andhra Pradesh,
from 1.8 MTPA to 3.5 MTPA with an expected outlay of `400
On yearly front, KCP’s top line has increased by 9.12 per cent crore.
to `1296 crore in FY16 as compared to previous fiscal year.
The company’s EBITDA too rose by 42.86 per cent to 237 On valuation front, KCP is trading at PE multiple of 13.11x times
crore in FY16 on yearly basis. Its EBITDA margin expanded as compared to peers such as Birla Corporation (19.86x), OCL
by 431 basis points to 18.26 per cent in FY16 as compared to India (17.7x), The Ramco Cement (22.72x). The company’s PE is
previous financial year. KCP’s bottom line also boosted by trading attractive PE multiple as compared to industry PE
85.33 per cent to `93.35 crore in FY16 on yearly basis. The multiple at 47.19x times.

PNC Infratech
BSE Face Market Cap
CODE 539150 Value `2 CMP `122 F.F. (` Crore) 1064

P
NC Infratech is an infrastructure construction, Last Five Quarters (`/Cr)
development and management company, with June-16 Mar-16 Dec-15 Sept-15 June-15
expertise in execution of major infrastructure projects, Total Income 635.45 694.11 630.28 556.71 677.66
including highways, bridges, flyovers, airport runways, power Other Income 49.00 10.76 2.35 1.32 9.03
transmission lines, development of industrial areas and other Operating Profit 214.80 124.28 119.44 93.52 141.23
infrastructure activities. Interest 78.02 43.73 35.24 23.02 59.40
Net Profit 65.88 150.69 31.44 22.24 22.33
PNC Infratech’s order book stood at `5100 crore in Q1FY17. Equity 51.31 51.31 51.31 51.31 51.31
The company also secured highway project of NHAI on
hybrid annuity model for bid project cost of `881 crore, road two times to `54.2 crore in Q1FY17 on yearly basis. The
project of UP-PWD for a contract value of `233 crore and company’s PAT margin expanded by 520 basis points to 8.5 per
airport runway project of MES at Lucknow for a contract cent in Q1FY17 as compared to the same period in the previous
value of `140 crore during July 2016. financial year.

On financial front, PNC Infratech’s revenue declined by 6 per On yearly front, PNC Infratech’s top line increased by 29 per cent
cent to `635 crore in Q1FY17 as compared to same period in to `2395 crore in FY16 as compared to previous financial year.
previous financial year. The company’s EBITDA increased by The company’s EBITDA too rose by 46 per cent to `407 crore in
25 per cent to `166 crore in Q1FY17 on yearly basis. Its FY16 on yearly basis. Its PAT boosted more than double to
EBITDA margin expanded by 660 basis points to 26.1 per `229 crore in FY16 as compared to previous fiscal year. PNC
cent in Q1FY17 as compared to same period in previous Infratech’s net working capital days is reducing from last five
fiscal year. PNC Infratech’s PAT also boosted by more than years from 128 days in FY12 to 92 days in FY16.

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Ramco Industries
BSE Face Market Cap
CODE 532369 Value `1 CMP `161 F.F. (` Crore) 643

R
amco Industries manufactures Fiber Cement (FC) Last Five Quarters (`/Cr)
sheets and Calcium Silicate Boards (CSBs). The June-16 Mar-16 Dec-15 Sept-15 June-15
company's focus segments are building products, Total Income 233.90 198.12 152.98 132.55 233.19
textile and power generation from wind mills. It operates Other Income 12.65 21.26 2.09 7.87 0.73
approximately 10 wind mills with a total installed capacity of Operating Profit 48.05 31.90 4.56 14.28 22.91
approximately 16.73 megawatts (MW). Its cotton yard Interest 9.39 9.86 9.66 9.14 9.25
division produces approximately 30.54 lakh kilograms of Net Profit 30.25 23.05 2.48 1.07 7.45
cotton yarn per year. On financial front, Ramco Industries’ Equity 8.67 8.67 8.67 8.67 8.67
revenue increased by 0.3 per cent to `234 crore in Q1FY17 as
compared to same period in previous financial year. On Ramco Industies’ top line increased by 0.85 per cent to `902 crore
segmental revenue front, the company earned 80.97 per cent in FY16 as compared to previous financial year. The company’s
from building products, 8.17 per cent from textiles and 10.86 EBITDA too rose by 0.12 per cent to `85.44 crore in FY16 on
per cent from windmills during Q1FY17. Its EBITDA too yearly basis. Its bottom line also boosted by 59.69 per cent to
rose by 59.6 per cent to `35.4 crore in Q1FY17 on yearly `57.84 crore in FY16 as compared to previous fiscal year.
basis. Its EBITDA margin expanded by 562 basis points to On valuation front, Ramco Industies’ share price is trading at PE
15.13 per cent in Q1FY17 as compared to same period in multiple of 7.99x times against industry PE multiple of 47.19x
previous fiscal year. Ramco Industries’ net profit boosted times. The company’s PE is trading attractive as compared to
more than four times to `32.49 crore in Q1FY17 on peers like Aro Granite Industries (11.8x), Gujarat Borosil
yearly basis. (40.74x), Divyashakti Granite (11.88x). DS

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TITAGARH WAGONS BALRAMPUR CHINI


I bought 1000 quantities at a price of `99.9. Please I am holding 2300 shares of the captioned company
suggest me should I hold or exit the stock at the @ `124.34. I shall be highly obliged if you suggest
current level? whether I should hold, sell on rally or book loss
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BSE/NSE Code 532966/ TWL BSE/NSE Code 500038/ BALRAMCHIN
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itagarh Wagons, is primarily engaged in the ith a market capitalisation of `2546.65 crore,
manufacturing of railway wagons, bailey bridges, heavy Balrampur Chini Mills is one of the largest integrated
earth moving and mining equipments, steel and SG iron sugar manufacturers in India. Its business portfolio
castings of moderate to complex configuration. The company consists of manufacturing and marketing of sugar, ethyl alcohol,
also manufactures products for the Indian defense ethanol, generation and selling of power and also manufacturing
establishment such as special wagons, shelters and other and marketing of organic manure. On the financial front, net
engineering equipments. . Company also manufactures rail sales of the company have decreased by 8 per cent YoY and
coaches for metro systems. They are also planning to develop stands at `2756.67 crores in the year ended 2015-16. The sugar
coaches for metro systems setting up at Mumbai, Hyderabad major in the financial year 2015-16 has turned profitable and
and Bangalore. On the financial front in 2015-16, net sales of posted a profit of `99.42 crores while in the financial year
the company increased by 26 per cent and stands at 2014-15 company reported a net loss of `57.73 crores. Trailing
`959.32 crores, EBITDA stands at `40.7 crores. However, the twelve-month P/E stands at 9.02 which is more than the industry
company has not turned profitable and posted a net loss of P/E of 8.95. Return on equity of the company in the last three
`28.08 crores. On the contrary, trailing twelve-month P/E of the years stands at 5.20 per cent. Debt to equity of the company in
company stands at `219.94 which is quite higher than the year ended March 2016 stands at 1.36 which is quite low and
industry P/E which stands at `85.24. Share of the company has remained constant in the previous years. Share price of the
scripted a positive story in the last three months by giving a company in the last three months has declined by 13 per cent.
return of 33 per cent. Railways stocks since the Rail Budget 2016 However, in the last one year, the scrip has given a return of 50
was tabled, witnessed a good rally. Recent announcement made per cent. On the other hand, central government’s decision to
by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to merge the Railway curb rising sugar prices by putting a cap on storage of sugar for
Budget with the Union Budget has attributed the rally in the the month of September and October is not going to disturb the
company as well and therefore we recommend HOLD in fundamentals of the company. Therefore, we recommend our
Titagarh Wagons. reader-investors to HOLD the stock.

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PATEL ENGINEERING APTECH
Holding 100 shares in the company-should I hold or I bought Aptech at `145. What is its future? Please
exit? guide me as should I hold for long term or sell.
 - Ashmita  - Rahul

HOLD HOLD
BSE/NSE Code 531120/ PATELENG BSE/NSE Code 532475 / APTECHT
Face Value `1 Face Value `10
CMP `108 CMP `173
52-Week High `108/ Low `43.40 52-Week High `184/Low `51.60
Your Current --- Your Current ---
Profit/(Loss) Profit/(Loss)

P A
atel Engineering is a construction and infrastructure ptech Ltd is into IT training and education business. It
services company. It has experience encompassing all offers career and professional training through its
sectors of the infrastructure sector starting from dams, Aptech Computer Education, Arena Animation &
tunnels, micro-tunnels, hydroelectric projects, irrigation Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (both in Animation &
projects, highways, roads, bridges, railways, refineries to real Multimedia) etc. Its enterprise business segment includes
estates and townships. content development, training and assessment solutions for
corporates and institutions.
The company has seen a lot of action in the month of September.
For instance, on September 1, the company informed the bourses The company has recently forayed into preschool education,
that it won arbitration awards in excess of `2500 crores. With this through a strategic alliance with Montana International
decision, the company will get 75 per cent of this amount Preschool. The two companies’ alliance intends to set up 1000
immediately which the company will further utilise to retire its preschools in India over the next two years. Montana
debt. The total debt of the company on March 31, 2016 stands at International Preschool powered by Aptech (MIPA) will offer
`4535 crores approximately. According to the company’s first of its kind app which will enable child safety monitoring,
management, union cabinet’s decision on payment of arbitration live view of child’s activity in class, on demand child video
awards to the construction company will help the company to conferencing, along with a host of other features. On the
infuse liquidity into the stressed entity. The company has assured financial front, in the financial year 2015-16, the company
that the debt of the company in the next 12-18 months will be posted profit but failed to impress investors as compared to
reduced by 55 to 60 per cent. 2014-15. In the financial year 2015-16, Aptech has posted net
profit of `10.19 crores, 35 per cent fall on YoY basis. Net sale of
On the financial front, the company has managed to turn the company to remain fragmented at `163.33 crores.
profitable in the year ended March 2016. Net profits of the
company for the financial year 2015-16 stood at `12.11 crores Its Trailing Twelve Month P/E stands at `90.58, which is more
which has decreased by 60 per cent as compared to the financial than the industry P/E of `49.2. ROE of the company in the last
year 2014-15. However, EBITDA of the company remains strong three years stands at 8.17 per cent.
and stands at `499.61 crores which has increased by 8 per cent as
compared to the previous year. Net sales of the company in the There are only seven players which are the peer competitor of
financial year 2015 -16 stood at `3415.38 crores. Patel the company. The company has a market capitalisation of
Engineering has a market capitalisation of `496.17 crores and `711.44 crores which is second largest next to NIIT which has a
P/E of 214.15 which is more than the industry average. In the last market capitalisation of 1576.06 crores.
three years, the company has given a ROE of 1.51 per cent.
The company is virtually debt free and maintains healthy
The prospective of the company looks positive and the recent dividend payout ratio of 65.75 per cent. With the company
arbitration award won will reduce the debt of the company entering into new segment, the growth prospect of company
which is bound to boost the financial numbers. Hence we looks quite healthy and hence we recommend HOLD in this
recommend our reader-investors to HOLD the stock. stock at the current level.

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GMR INFRASTRUCTURE DCW LIMITED


I am an ardent reader of DSIJ magazine. Three
months back I had bought 100 shares of GMR Holding 500 shares and bought at an average price
Infratech at a price of `11.5. Should I hold or exit of `25/share. Should I hold or exit or add at CMP?
the stock. - Vivan  - Hemubha C Chudasama

HOLD EXIT
BSE/NSE Code 532754 / GMRINFRA BSE/NSE Code 500117 / DCW
Face Value `1 Face Value `2
CMP `14.12 CMP `26.90
52-Week High `18.60 / Low `9.84 52-Week High `34.40/Low `18.30
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Profit/(Loss) Profit/(Loss)

G D
MR Group is a leading global infrastructure CW, a petrochemical company operates in PVC, chloro
conglomerate with interests in airport, energy, alkali and soda ash segments with a product range of
transportation and urban infrastructure. GMR Group caustic soda, liquid chlorine, hydrochloric acid,
developed and operates India’s busiest and currently World’s beneficiated ilmenite, trichloroethylene, yellow iron oxide,
No1 Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi and ferric chloride, utox, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), soda ash,
Greenfield Rajiv Gandhi international airport at Hyderabad. sodium bicarbonate and ammonium bicarbonate. PVC
GMR Infrastructure in partnership with Megawide which is majorly used in pipes and fittings, accounts for
Construction Corporation is developing Mactan Cebu nearly 48-50 per cent of the total revenues of the company.
International Airport (MCIA) in Philippines. The group is also The sales from this are volatile. However, the overall
developing two Special Investment Regions at Krishnagiri and PVC market has grown 10 per cent in FY 16 with imports
Kakinada and India’s largest Smart Airport City near Hyderabad rising 16 per cent. Caustic soda accounts for 34 per cent share
International Airport. in revenue.

With a market capitalisation of `7937.27 crores, the company on Recently the government has announced extension in anti-
August 27, has won the international competitive bid for dumping duty on caustic soda imports from Taiwan (Chinese
development and operation of Mopa Greenfield Airport in Taipei) which will boost the company in the long run. Soda ash
North Goa. The concession period for the Greenfield project that accounts for 15 per cent revenue share of the company has
will be 40 years with a possible extension of another 20 years a huge demand from building and construction industries. It is
through a bid process. The airport will be built under the BOT also used in manufacturing of the flat glass used by automotive,
(Build Operate Transfer) model. detergents, personal care and water treatment which has a huge
demand from emerging markets. Soda ash will lead to a market
On the financial front, company has continued its loss making of nearly 25 billion USD by 2024.
spree. In the financial year 2015-16 company posted a net loss of
`2161 crores which has decreased by 21 per cent as compared to The stock is trading at P/E of 34 as against industry P/E of 24
the financial year 2014-15. On the other hand, the income from but because of decreased earnings. trading at 1.15 times its
operation of the company has grown by 20 per cent and stands book value. Promoters stake has also increased to 49.44 per
at `13357.66 crores. EBITDA remains strong with a growth of cent. Its debt to net worth stands at over 1. The company’s
around 66 per cent on a YoY basis. On a CAGR basis, revenue of revenue has increased both QoQ and YoY in March 2016 while
the company in the last 5 years have grown by 71 per cent which net profits have declined YoY amid higher payment of taxes and
is good accomplishment for the company. Net loss is widely due interest. However, yearly profits have risen to `18.54 crores for
to wide debt and interest expenses incurred by the company. the year ended March 2016 as against the net loss of `5.92
Return on Equity of the company in the last three years in crores that shows recovery. On the whole, we suggest you told
negative and stands at `35.94 per cent, which is majorly due to hold the stock for some more and wait for the upside tracking
contingent liability which the company owes and it amounts to the demand trend and recovery in the earnings. However, in the
`7164.48 crores. With the latest order won by the company and long run if the consolidation continues, EXIT to avoid
looking at the strong top line, we recommend our reader- unnecessary capital lock-in.
investors to HOLD this stock at the current level. (Closing price as of Sept 12, 2016)

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Reviews
In this issue, we have reviewed Gallantt Metal and J.Kumar Infraprojects . We suggest investors to
HOLD in Gallantt Metal and J.Kumar Infraprojects.
Change Scrip’s Movement
GALLANTT METAL HOLD 29 Per Cent
CMP - `48.10

BSE CODE Reco. Price Volume Face Value


532726 `37.25 71066 `10

W
e recommended Gallantt from steel and power segment. Its 85 per
Metal in our Low Price cent revenue comes from steel segment
column in issue no 18, dated and 15 per cent revenue comes from
August 8- August 21, 2016 when the power segment. Gallantt Metal has
scrip was trading at `37.25 per share. consistently grown over the years.
Gallantt Metal engaged in the business of Topline of the company reached to
production of iron, steel and power. The `673 crore in 2016 with 4 per cent CAGR
company manufactures various kinds of over five years. Bottom line also grown
iron and steel products such as sponge by 13 per cent CAGR over last five years. The company is focusing on reducing
iron, pig iron, cast iron, bars, rods and Product line of the company also debt and improving efficiency. The
billets. The company has its expanded. company has improved its EBITDA
manufacturing plant at Bachau in Kutch. margin to 10 per cent from earlier 7 per
The company has captive power plant of In Q1FY17 and the company posted cent over the last year. The company also
25 megawatts (MW). sales of `164 crore in Q1FY17 vs `184 has its expansion plans on the cards
crore in Q1FY16. EBITDA stands at which enable higher production in the
Our recommendation was backed by the `12 crore in Q1FY17 vs `17 crore in coming quarters. On this positive note,
factors like capacity expansion plans at Q1FY16. EBITDA margin is at 7.34 per Gallantt Metal has surged by 35 per cent
Gujarat and Karnataka; healthy debt to cent in Q1FY17 as compared to 9.28 per during last one month. We are still
equity ratio; strategic locations ; cent on a yearly basis. The company bullish on the stock with long term
continuous improvement in profitability. reported PAT of `5.83 crore in Q1FY17 vision. So we recommend our investors
Gallantt Metal’s revenue is mainly driven vs `9.90 crore in Q1FY16. to HOLD the scrip for now

Change Scrip’s Movement


J.KUMAR INFRAPROJECTS HOLD 57 Per Cent
CMP - `157

BSE CODE Reco. Price Volume Face Value


532940 `. 366 171232 `5

We recommended J.Kumar Infraprojects due to grey cloud of Brihan Mumbai


Ltd in issue no 1 dated December Municipal Corporation (BMC) black-
14-December 27,2015 when the scrip was listing and its impact on future order
trading at `368 per share. J Kumar book. There was also protests by various
Infraprojects (JKIL) is one of the leading bodies and political parties as JKIL
civil engineering and construction bestowed orders by BMC, orders for
companies focused on transport Mumbai Metro by MMRDA and MMRC.
engineering, civil construction and After this rush over JKIL recently signed
irrigation works. an agreement with MMRC for MM3
worth `5012 crore. The project is likely to on its current order book from
Our recommendation was backed by the commence from October 2016. Maharashtra state agencies itself and rest
factors like robust financial performance, Meanwhile the company has already is from private parties.
strong order book almost three times of started execution of MM2 order by
the revenue, lower debt to equity ratio MMRDA. We can see realisation from the JKIL has grown at CAGR of 11 per cent
giving it cutting edge among the other MM2 and MM3 projects in next financial over FY12-16. Its current order book
industry players. year. stands at `8875 crore and book to sales
ratio of 6.3x gives strong revenue visibility
J Kumar has strong order book of `8875 Execution of new orders give strong to the company. We recommend our
crore in its platter, almost threefold of its visibility to bag new orders from reader-investors to HOLD the scrip for
revenue. In the last six months, J Kumar’s Government of Maharashtra. The now. DS

stock has corrected by almost 50 per cent company has 95.54 per cent of exposure (Closing price as of Sept 12, 2016)

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Kerbside
The recommendations provided in this column are taken from various market sources such as
brokers, analysts, dealers and investment strategists, etc. These recommendations may not be
backed by strong fundamentals. Therefore we advise readers to use their own discretion
before investing in these recommendation

STAY INVESTED
Hindustan Composites is a
pioneer in the development, Hindustan Composites
manufacture and marketing of BSE Code: 509635
industrial products and friction CMP: `1549
materials in Indian since last 50
odd years. The company is participating in Automechanika
Frankfurt trade fair and this is world’s leading trade fair
for the automotive service industry and it’s unique in
reference to product-range, breadth and depth. Watch out
for this stock as the stock may see some interest from the
traders and investors, sources close to Dalal Street reveal.

GO GUJARAT PHARMA TALK Kopran, an


Alembic Limited Kopran integrated
BSE Code: 506235 BSE Code: 524280 pharmaceuticals
CMP: `38.55 CMP: `54.25 company is
manufacturing a
Alembic limited is engaged in large range of products. In the last couple of
the business of trading sessions, the stock has seen a jump
pharmaceuticals, real estate and in volume along with rise in the price; our
power assets. The stock used to sources reveal that a few well know
quote around levels of Rs 51 in investors of the Dalal Street have taken
the beginning of the year. At interest in the stock and have started to
present, the stock seems to be accumulate the stock for quality gains.
regaining its lost ground. A Hence, the stock is likely to remain in the
good buy at current levels as limelight and may move in northward
the stock is set for an up-surge direction.
in the prices, according to
market sources.

Radico Khaitan
AND FINALLY... BSE Code: 532497
CMP: `103

In the past month or so we have seen a lot of action in the broader market
i.e. mid-cap and small-cap space. One stock which is yet to participate in this
rally is Radico Khaitan. The stock has reported improved results every
quarter and trading at a valuation discount to its peers, which gives an
additional comfort to buy the stock at current levels for a good up-move. If
market sources are to be believed, Radico Khaitan may witness a good
move upward.

DS

(Closing price as of Sept 12, 2016)

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