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Presented by:

Jayesh Patel(33) Nikita Patel(34)

Type : Public Industry: Oil and Gas Owner: Government of India Founded in : 1964 Head Quarter: Mumbai , Maharashtra, India Chairman of IOCL.: Shri R.S Bhutola Products: Fuel ,Lubricants, Petrochemicals Trade as :BSE:530965, NSE:IOC

Production: Indian oils products range covers Indane gas ,Natural gas, Auto gas, Petrol/Gasoline ,Diesel/Gas oil, Crude oil ,Jet fuel ,Kerosene, Bitumen, Petrochemical. Special product includes SARVO lubricants & greases.
Services: Indian Oil Corporation is concern with refining, marketing, research and development, training activities.

Particulars
Net Worth

Mar-12
57,876.70

Mar-11
55,332.32

Total Liabilities
Net Block Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Net Current Assets Total Assets

128,200.63
60,119.33 117,627.19 81,659.12 35,968.07 128,200.63

108,066.19
58,187.40 84,903.08 67,204.64 17,698.44 108,066.19

Particulars
Revenue From Operations(Net) Total Revenue Total Expenses

Mar-12
408924 412111.2 400678.3

Mar-11
309797 313245 303060

Profit Before Prior Period ,Exceptional Items And Tax


Profit Before Exceptional Items And Tax Profit Befor Tax Profit

11432.89
11162.64 3454.82 3685.48

10184.9
10255.7 10255.7 7972.48

No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Ratio
Earnings Per Share Book Value per share Net working Capital Current Ratio Acid Test Ratio Cash Ratio Debt equity Ratio Debt Assets Ratio Interest coverage Ratio Inventory turnover Ratio

2011-12
17.55 256.22 (6541.51) 0.9510 0.4688 0.1101 0.4 0.7165 2.9395 4 Times

2010-11
33.30 260.44 2262.49 1.023 0.4737 0.1653 0.3955 0.6773 4.4114 4 Times

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Ratio Debtors Turnover Ratio

2011-12 43 Times

2010-11 47 Times

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13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Fixed Assets turnover Ratio


Gross Profit Margin Net Profit Margin Return On Assets Return on Capital Employed Return on equity Net Profit margin Total Assets Turnover Ratio

5 Times
2.86% 1.04% 2.65% 0.0699 0.0685 17.55 2.539 Times

6 Times
3.2% 2.61% 6.92% 0.0739 0.1279 33.30 2.65 Times

No.
1 2 3

Leverages
Operating Leverage Financial Leverage Combine leverage

2011-12
23.5127 4.3370 101.9746

2010-11
23.4293 1.3022 30.5096

Inventory Storage Period = 90 Days

Account receivable Period = 9 Days

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Operating Cycle Time = 99 Days

Operating Cycle Time = 99 Days

Account Payable Period = 53 Days

Cash Cycle Time = 46 Days

Inventory Storage Period = 96 Days

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Account receivable Period = 9 Days

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Operating Cycle Time = 105 Days

Operating Cycle Time = 105 Days

Account Payable Period = 62 Days

Cash Cycle Time = 43 Days

The investors should take opportunity by investing in Oil and Gas sector because nowadays petrol products are necessary for us. It may result in good demand of such product in future. Investment in Indian Oil Corporation is risk as the records of the financial year 2011-12 is worse as compare to 2010-11. Earnings per share, book value per share is reduced in March 2012 as compare to preceding year.Net working capital is also shows negative figures which indicate financial crises for the short term period. Current ratio, acid test ratio and cash ratio are not up to the mark. It is also reveal the liquidity condition of the firm. Debt equity ratio is acceptable. Debtors turnover ratio is very high. Gross profit margin, Net profit margin is very low which is not good for the investors point of view. As operating leverage is very high in both the financial year which shows high utilization of debt for operating activities of the firm. Financial leverage is less as compare to operating leverage. Operating cycle is very long as compare to cash cycle because of long inventory storage period.