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Bajaj Auto Ltd. was the largest exporter of two-wheelers and the fourth-largest two-wheeler player in the Indian market. In FY19, the company exported over 2 million motorcycles, three-wheelers, and its new quadricycle the QUTE, to more than 79 countries. It recorded an increase of 16.45% in PAT from FY18 to FY19. The case study elaborates on the background of Bajaj Auto and highlights the financial performance of the company. It also provides a note on the Indian Automobile industry. It enables students to analyze the financial performance of Bajaj Auto Ltd. through ratio analysis, common size, and common base, and the DuPont model and helps them to analyze the Degree of Operating Leverage of the company.
Financial Analysis of Bajaj Auto Limited
The case, “Financial Statement Analysis of Shree Cement Limited” highlights the financial performance of Shree Cement Limited and the Indian Cement Industry. The case provides sufficient information to conduct a ratio analysis of Shree Cement Limited and compare it with the Indian cement industry ratios provided in the case. Additionally, it helps to analyze the financial performance of SCL through common size analysis, common base analysis, and DuPont analysis.
Financial Statement Analysis of Shree Cement Limited
Mahindra and Mahindra Limited (M&M) is the flagship and holding company of the Mahindra Group. The core business of M&M is manufacturing and sale of automobiles and farm sector equipment. M&M also provides other automobile related services. The company has been consistent in its performance. However, the fiscal year 2019-20 was a challenging one and auto sales witnessed a decline in volume after a period of 10 years. In view of the growing uncertainty in the Economy and in the Industry, analysts and investors were interested in understanding the financial performance of M&M. The present case provides information about the company’s incomes and expenses, gains and losses, and the various components of the balance sheet to assess its financial position using financial statement analysis.
Financial Statement Analysis of Mahindra and Mahindra
The case discusses the issue of high NPAs in the Indian banking system in the first two decades of the twenty-first century. It covers in detail the various steps taken by the central bank of India and the Government of India (GoI) to bring down the NPAs and how gross NPAs went down by rupees one trillion in the financial year 2019 when compared with the previous financial year. Although the GNPAs had gone down by close to rupees one trillion in FY19, bad loans were still very high. Some experts opined that the high number of bad loans would continue as long as the Public Sector Banks remained under the shadow of the government. They commented that the RBI and the GoI should take more stringent steps to clean up the balance sheet of the banks.
Managing Non Performing Assets in Indian Banking Industry

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