At Ingenium, we assure that every child is provided with home and love. We offer extended daycare and after school, services not just to build more rapport with your child to make them fall in love with school but also we make it easy especially for the working parents by taking care of their child.
Extended After School And Daycare
- Well trained and dedicated staff for daycare.
- Live streaming for daycare kids and AV room.
- Exclusive colorful and vibrant rooms for daycare.
- Child safe and secure environment with CCTV.
- Library for inculcating the reading habits in kids.
- Age-based activities (evening classes like karate, music, and dance).
- Daily activities record shared with parents.
- Optional food and transport facility are available.
- Daycare timings from 8 AM – 8 PM.
Indian education sector
Statistical View Of India’s Education Sector
- Growing in double digits over the last 5 years; Expected to grow by CAGR of till 2020.
- Age Bracket 0-34 has c. 60% of the total population of the country. Current 0.8 Bn people in this segment to become 1.2 Bn by 2030.
- The second-largest market for e-learning after the US. Online education users expected to reach 9.6 million by 2021 from 1.6 million in 2016.
- Digital education expected to grow at CAGR 50 0/0+ for next 3-5 years
- Indians have a high focus on Education. Average urban spend on education is about 9% of the total household income (2012).
- With the median income elasticity of demand for education nearly 2, a 1% rise in per capita income leads to nearly a 2% rise in spends on education.
- Budget outlay increased to Rs. 85,000 Cr in F Y19; up by 6.7 %.
- New initiatives in Vocational, Skilling and ICT training.
- It intends to raise the spending to 6 % of GDP from the current 3.5 %.
- Market Size for private players is US$ 13.44 Bn.
- Expected Market by 2020 would be US$ 31.7 Bn; Expected CAGR 19 %.
- The Indian education system has changed its scenario, with its reach and economical access. For EduTech, the sector is emerging out to be a year full of innovative methods of imparting education.
- With the growing awareness, private Indian players are collaborating with international brands to provide International standard quality education.
- Increased propensity to spend on quality education / Rising urbanization / Demand vs supply gap / Increase in consumer disposable Income /affordability.
- Private sector growth at a faster pace as they are perceived to be better than Govt schools.
- Low investment, high returns.
- Recession in free business.
- Quick Break Even.
- White-collar, highly respectable business.
- A high degree of work satisfaction.
- Limited working hours, more free time for family and other projects.
- Highly scalable business. It can easily expand to formal schooling.