JAIPURIA SCHOOL FRANCHISE
Four Pillars of schools franchise in Pan India
How helps you Start Your Dream Project & Established its Successfully
The Jaipuria family has made its presence felt in the education sector for the past 74 years in India with its first prestigious college in Kolkata established in 1945. The Seth Anandram Jaipuria Group has been expanding and now has multiple K12 schools in states like Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. We also operate two renowned business schools – Jaipuria Institute of Management and Jaipuria School of Business in Ghaziabad. The group has many franchisee schools and has also ventured into preschools with the brand ‘Little One’ imparting quality education from KG to PG.
Our mission at Jaipuria Schools is to expand our footprints across the Indian education sector. We are enthusiastic about our expansion plan built around the franchise model, where we are looking to set up 50 schools by the end of 2025 in some of the Tier I and Tier II cites of Northern India. We provide unparalleled support to our Franchisees for opening K-12 schools. Our focus is on ensuring exponential growth in student enrolment in the franchise schools where our core values of “empower, enthuse and excel” complement “quality education through leading edge technology” to create the leaders of tomorrow.
OUR STEP-BY-STEP PROCESS
FIRST-STEPYOU Must have the place and passion for opening a school and make it a successful institution.
SECOND-STEPWE will help you in understanding the essential factors about having a brand name or Franchise school (with academic or marketing team).
THIRD-STEPWE will support you continuously in the setup of your school on your land.
FORTH-STEPWE will assist you with all necessary suggestion to run your franchise school successfully.
India has the largest population in the age bracket of 5-24 years, a large English speaking segment for easy delivery of educational products and policy support from Indian Government. The Indian education market is expected to almost double to $180 billion (18000 crores) by 2020 from an estimated US$ 91.7 billion (9170 crores) in FY18, according to a 2016 report by management consulting firm Technopak. K-12 segment with a market share of 52 percent is emerging as one of the most attractive domains for learning providers in India. As of now, there are 1.5 million schools in the K-12 segment with 1.1 million of these schools being run by the government. Additional capacity requirement is 40 million and a demand for education exists both at the student as well as employment level. As per a survey, 16% CAGR growth projected in the K 12 segment from 2016-2020 Additional capacity of 40 million to be added by the year 2020. An additional requirement of 2 million teachers by the year 2020.