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It’s no surprise eithe that, as more tasks are outsourced and more industries energy, banking, insurance, and automotive companies in particular embrace the concept, a growing number of providers are coming onto the scene. “Thereare a lot of smaller players carving out niches,” says Jagdish Dalal, principal atJDalal Associates, an outsourcing consulting firm in Connecticut. “Wherevera very intense skill set is required, such as in data mining, there is an oppor-tunity for a specialized provider to take on that task.” By outsourcing thesekinds of processes, a company doesn’t have to make a big investment in an area it may know little about; instead, Dalal says, “it takes advantage of some-one else’s investment.”Outsourcing offshore is also attractive because of the savings potential. Laborcosts overseas can be dramatically lower than they are in the United States. Fora long time, the go-to destnation was India.

 

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The top 100 Outsourcing companies in the world !

Top 100 Outsourcing Companies Rank Company Strength 1 IBM Size and Growth 2 Capgemini Customer Testimonials 3 Hewlett-Packard Executive Leadership 4 Sodexho Alliance Number of Centers/Locations 5 Accenture Balanced Strength 6 Wipro Technologies...
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The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) has just released a list of top 100 outsourcing companies in the world.

IBM is winner of the lot. IBM already has more than 160,000 professionals in India and they are planning to add another 40,000 in a year. No doubt the strength they display is of size and growth.

Wipro, Infosys, Tech-Mahindra are the three Indian companies in top ten and another Indian company Mastek is at 11. So, the Indian comapnies are fast catching up with the American biggies. Notably, Wipro scores a place higher than Infosys on Balanced strength.

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ANNUAL%20REPORT%202011-12.pdf

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CTIL LIMITEDSTANDALONE PERFORMANCE:Your Directors are pleased to inform you that the revenues of the company stood at Rs. 1550.97 lakhs and net Profit Rs. 38.68 lakhs as against revenues of Rs. 2375.09 Lakhs, net Profit of Rs. 98.37 lakhs for the previous year. RESEARCH AND DVELOPMENT: Your Directors are happy to note that during the year the company has spent sizable amount towards R & D in e-learning space. The Company continues to invest in innovating and developing state of the art technologies that are core to providing key solutions in different industry verticals of interest. This includes critical investments in:- Comprehensive e-learning solution- Improving assets in the e-Governance- Technology & Solutions for Shipping & Ports- Insurance Technology & solutionsA big thrust was made last year in the aforesaid areas in R&D. In the space of e-learning, big strides have been made to not only have a two way video interactivity, but also chat both in ‘open’ as well as ‘private’ environments. This is coupled with a robust e-learning support system having full fledged e-content upload, on line testing, online submission of assignment and their valuation, attendance tracking etc.Carve out product offerings from our portfolio of projects and long running product-line programs – thisincluded Integrated Treasury Management, PACE G2C framework and upcoming paperless office for e-Governance Projects.
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શેરબજારપટારો      EnglishGujaratiPowered by Quillpadકેવી રીતે શોધશો હોમ પેજશેરબજાર અન્ય બજારો ગુજરાત મહારાષ્ટ્ર ઉદ્યોગવાર સમાચાર દેશ વિદેશ કમાણી -બચત લાઈફ સ્ટાઈલ શો બિઝ કરિયર સમાચાર |ચર્ચાસ્પદ શેરો |IPOs |વિશ્લેષક / બ્રોકરની સલાહ |માર્કેટ કેલેન્ડર |ઈન્વેસ્ટર્સ ગાઈડ |શેરના ભાવ    SummaryChartsPrice HistoryCompanyInfoProfileCompetitorsNews/AnnouncementsDirector's ReportFinancialsQTLY/AnnualBalance SheetP&L AccountsRatios ET Debates News/AnnouncementsCTIL Ltd.Year MonthComp U Learn - Disclosures under Reg. 8A of SEBI (SAST) Regulations, 1997
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CTIL Directors Report | CTIL Ltd Directors Report

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FINANCIAL RESULTS:
The Financial Results for the period ended 31st March, 2012 are summarized below:
(Rs.in Lakhs)
Particulars Consolidated Standalone Consolidated Standalone for 2011-12 for 2011-12 for 2010-11 for 2010-11
Income from Operations 8639.45 1550.97 7909.12 2375.09
Expenditure 6492.60 1342.85 6275.58 2157.96
Operating Profit (PBDIT) 2146.85 208.12 1633.54 217.13
Interest 213.60 133.80 128.09 61.89
Depreciation 61.10 34.02 83.38 55.80
Profit before Tax 1872.15 40.30 1422.07 99.44
Provision for Income Tax 25.97 7.47 10.43 6.53
Deferred Tax -8.29 -5.86 -6.65 -5.46
Profit / Loss after Tax but before extraordinary items 1854.47 38.68 1418.30 98.37
Extraordinary items - Minority Interest 857.81 642.86
Net Profit carried to Balance Sheet 996.65 38.68 775.44 98.37
CONSOLIDATED PERFORMANCE:
Your Directors are pleased to present the financial results of the company for the year under review. Your Company has posted a turnover of Rs. 8639.45 lakhs. and net Profit of Rs. 996.65 lakhs. In view of the increased needs of working capital consequent to expansion activities planned by the company, your Directors are of the view that Profits should be ploughed back into the system so as to attain the desired growth levels.
STANDALONE PERFORMANCE:
Your Directors are pleased to inform you that the revenues of the company stood at Rs. 1550.97 lakhs and net Profit Rs. 38.68 lakhs as against revenues of Rs. 2375.09 Lakhs, net Profit of Rs. 98.37 lakhs for the previous year.
RESEARCH AND DVELOPMENT:
Your Directors are happy to note that during the year the company has spent sizable amount towards R & D in e-learning space. The Company continues to invest in innovating and developing state of the art technologies that are core to providing key solutions in different industry verticals of interest. This includes critical investments in:
- Comprehensive e-learning solution
- Improving assets in the e-Governance
- Technology & Solutions for Shipping & Ports
- Insurance Technology & solutions
A big thrust was made last year in the aforesaid areas in R&D. In the space of e-learning, big strides have been made to not only have a two way video interactivity, but also chat both in ''open'' as well as ''private'' environments. This is coupled with a robust e-learning support system having full fledged e- content upload, on line testing, online submission of assignment and their valuation, attendance tracking etc.
Carve out product offerings from our portfolio of projects and long running product-line programs - this included Integrated Treasury Management, PACE G2C framework and upcoming paperless office for e-Governance Projects.
CTIL LTD rebranded and productized its G2C service delivery framework adapted from first large scale e-Governance project in India in the form of PACE - was instrumental in winning and delivering G2C services in a large government portal.
We hope that this R & D initiative will yield good results and boost up our revenues in the coming years.
DEPOSITS:
The Company has not accepted any deposits from the public during the year under review.
AUDITORS:
M/s Balaji Viswanath & Co, chartered Accountants, Hyderabad, Statutory Auditors of the Company will retire at the conclusion of this Annual General meeting. However, being eligible they offer themselves for reappointment and confirmed that their reappointment will be within the limits specified under section 224(1B) of the Companies Act, 1956.
AUDITORS REPORT:
The Auditors comments on the company''s accounts for the year ended 31st March, 2012 are self explanatory in nature and do not require any explanation as per the provision of section 217 (3) of the Companies Act. 1956.
INSURANCE:
All the fixed Assets and movable assets of the company are adequately insured.
CHANGES IN THE SHARE CAPITAL)
The Company has got only one class of shares i.e. equity shares. The Authorised Share Capital of the Company presently stands at Rs.50.00 Crores. Paid-up share of the company stands at Rs. 223855540. During the year 3230554 shares of Rs. 10 each were issued at a premium of Rs. 17 to selected persons other than promoters upon conversion of equity share warrants. The company has forfeited application money on 669446 Warrants due to non- payment of allotment money.
DIRECTORS
Mr. PVV Satyanarayana, Director retires by rotation at the ensuing Annual General Meeting and being eligible, offers himself for re-appointment.
Mr. P. Gurukrishna, Director retires by rotation at the ensuing Annual General Meeting and has offered himself for reappointment.
Mr. Raj Kosaraju, Director retires by rotation at the ensuing Annual General Meeting and being eligible, offers himself for re-appointment.
DIRECTOR''S RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT:
Pursuant to the requirements of Section 217 (2AA) of the companies Act,. 1956, it is hereby confirmed:
(a) that in preparation of annual accounts for the year ended 31st March, 2012, the applicable accounting standards have been followed and that no material departures have been made from the same.
(b) that the Directors have selected such accounting policies and applied them consistently and made judgments and estimates that are reasonable and prudent so as to give a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the Company at the end of the financial year and of the profit of the Company for year ended on that day.
(c) that the Directors have taken proper and sufficient care for the maintenance of adequate accounting records in accordance with the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956, for safeguarding the assets of the Company and for preventing and detecting fraud and other irregularities:
(d) that the Directors have prepared the annual accounts for the year 31st March, 2012 on a going concern basis:
PARTICULARS OF EMPLOYEES:
In accordance with the provisions of Section 217 (2A) of the Companies Act, 1956 read with the Companies (Particulars of Employee) Rules, 1975, the particulars of Employees of the Company are - NIL.
CONSERVATION OF ENERGY ETC, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, TECHNOLOGY ABSORPTION, FOREIGHN EXCHANGE EARNINGS & OUTGO.
Information required under section 217 (1)(e) of the companies Act 1956 read with the Companies (Disclosure of particulars in the report of the Board of Directors) Rules 1988 are provided herein below:
Conservation of Energy:
The operations of our Company are not energy-intensive. However to ensure reduction in consumption of energy, we are constantly evaluating new technologies, mechanism, investments to make infrastructure more energy efficient.
Some of the energy conversation initiatives.
a. Walls and Roofs are properly insulated.
b. Turning off all lights in all the work places when not in use.
c. Turning off the Air Conditioners during non peak hours and holidays.
d. Effective management of ventilation to ensure good air quality.
e. Installation of energy efficient lighting.
f. Using energy efficient computers and equipment,.
A. Technology Absorption - The Company has constantly upgraded its technology to the latest in the Global Market, for both its training centers and software development.
B. Research and Development : Your Company is constantly working to build a state of Art Research and Development Centre to enhance the quality of its products.
C. Benefits derived from such Research and Development: As the customer uses the end product, the benefit from the customer satisfaction will be ultimately passed on to the company in terms of increase in sales
D. Foreign Exchange earnings and outgo
(Rs. in Lakhs)
2011-12 2010-11
Foreign Exchange Earnings 1534.82 1955.81
Foreign Exchange Outgo 5.89 49.46
SUBSIADIARY COMPANIES:
Company has got the following companies as subsidiaries:
1. Spry Resources India Pvt Ltd
2. ACE BPO Services Pvt Ltd
3. CTIL Infrastructure Pvt Ltd
4. CTIL Media Pvt Ltd
5. CTIL Hong Kong Ltd
6. Compulearn Middle East FZC
7. ASTUS Technologies INC, USA
As required under section 212 of the Companies Act, 1956 financial statements of subsidiary companies mentioned at 1 to 7 above are enclosed with this Annual Report along with Directors report and Auditor''s Report on these financial statements.
CONSOLIDATION OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS:
The Consolidated Financial Statements, as prescribed by Accounting Standards 21 read with 23 issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, are Annexed to this Annual Report.
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE:
The report on the corporate governance is annexed which forms a part of this report.
MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS:
Management Discussion and Analysis for the year under review as stipulated under Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement with the Bombay Stock Exchange is presented as a separate Section forming part of this report.
PERSONNEL:
Relations with the employees continued to be cordial throughout the year. Your Directors place on record the appreciation for the efforts, dedication and active participation of employees in various initiatives during the year under review:
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:
We express our Heart felt gratitude and thanks to our Company''s Bankers, Shareholders, customers and various Central and State Government Agencies and Local authorities for their continued support during the year. We also wish to place on record our sincere appreciation of unstinted support and co- operation extended by all the personnel at various levels of the Organization. Our growth was made possible by their hard work, solidarity, co-operation and support all along so far and we look forward for the same in the years to come and we wish to maintain whole heartedly continuing relationship with all the above.
Place: Hyderabad For and on behalf of the Board of Directors of CTIL LIMITED
Date : 03.09.2012 (formerly known as COMP-U-LEARN TECH INDIA LTD)
Sd/- Sd/-
P.V.V. Satyanarayana  K. Ramesh
Chairman                    Executive Director 

 

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Comp U Learn - Appointment of Directors News, CTIL Ltd News | Latest Company News Stories on Comp U Learn - Appointment of Directors - Press Releases, Company Announcements

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CTIL Ltd.
Source: BSE India22/11/2007

Comp U Learn - Appointment of Directors



Type: Corporate



Comp U Learn Tech India Ltd has informed that Raj Kosaraju and Mr. V Venkateswaralu have been appointed as Additional Independent Directors of Company at the 72nd Board meeting held on October 31, 2007 and ensure to continue till the next annual general meeting.

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2006_GlobalOutsourcing.pdf

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It’s no surprise eitherthat, as more tasks areoutsourced and moreindustries—energy, bank-ing, insurance, and auto-motive companies inparticular—embrace theconcept, a growing num-ber of providers are com-ing onto the scene. “Thereare a lot of smaller playerscarving out niches,” saysJagdish Dalal, principal atJDalal Associates, an out-sourcing consulting firmin Connecticut. “Wherevera very intense skill set isrequired, such as in datamining, there is an oppor-tunity for a specializedprovider to take on thattask.” By outsourcing thesekinds of processes, a com-pany doesn’t have to makea big investment in an areait may know little about;instead, Dalal says, “ittakes advantage of some-one else’s investment.”Outsourcing offshore isalso attractive because ofthe savings potential. Laborcosts overseas can be dra-matically lower than theyare in the United States. Fora long time, the go-to desti-nation was India. While itstill dominates the offshoremarket, other countries, in-cluding China and Mexico,are gaining traction. EasternEurope is emerging too,particularly in informationtechnology outsourcing.
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The Hindu Business Line : Windals Info plans BPO venture

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http://www.thehindubusinessline.in/2003/11/08/stories/2003110801940700.htm

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CTILHistory | CTIL Ltd Company History & Profile

Brief history and profile of Company CTIL Ltd. The history page lists out the major events in chronological order for Company CTIL.
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ET Gujarti

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શેરબજારપટારો      EnglishGujaratiPowered by Quillpadકેવી રીતે શોધશો હોમ પેજશેરબજાર અન્ય બજારો ગુજરાત મહારાષ્ટ્ર ઉદ્યોગવાર સમાચાર દેશ વિદેશ કમાણી -બચત લાઈફ સ્ટાઈલ શો બિઝ કરિયર સમાચાર |ચર્ચાસ્પદ શેરો |IPOs |વિશ્લેષક / બ્રોકરની સલાહ |માર્કેટ કેલેન્ડર |ઈન્વેસ્ટર્સ ગાઈડ |શેરના ભાવ    SummaryChartsPrice HistoryCompanyInfoProfileCompetitorsNews/AnnouncementsDirector's ReportFinancialsQTLY/AnnualBalance SheetP&L AccountsRatios ET Debates News/AnnouncementsCTIL Ltd.Source: BSE IndiaDate: 22/11/2007Comp U Learn - Appointment of DirectorsType: CorporateTie-Ups Announcements

Comp U Learn Tech India Ltd has informed that Raj Kosaraju and Mr. V Venkateswaralu have been appointed as Additional Independent Directors of Company at the 72nd Board meeting held on October 31, 2007 and ensure to continue till the next annual general meeting.

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Comp U Learn - Outcome of AGM News, CTIL Ltd News | Latest Company News Stories on Comp U Learn - Outcome of AGM - Press Releases, Company Announcements

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CTIL Ltd.
Source: BSE India30/09/2008

Comp U Learn - Outcome of AGM



Type: Corporate



Comp U Learn Tech India Ltd has informed that the members at the 11th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Company held on September 30, 2008, inter alia, have accorded to the following:

1. Adoption of the Audited Annual Accounts together with the Auditors and Directors Report for the year ended March 31, 2008.

2.Re-appointment of retiring Director- Mr. Gottipati S S Prasad.

3. Reappointment of retiring Auditors-M/s. Balaji Viswanath & Co.

4. Appointment of Mr. P V V Satyanarayana, Mr. V V Vekateswarlu, Mr. V Suresh Babu, Mr. Raj Kosaraju, Mr. K S Rao and Mr. Baljinder Sharma, as Directors.

5. Preferential Issue of 20,00,000 convertible equity share warrants of Rs 10/- each at an issue price of Rs 12/- each to the promoters of the company and their relatives.

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Linux -- The Third Wave

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The following is a guest column by Raj Kosaraju, MIS Director of Maxil Technology Solutions Inc. -- the company which will be distributing ELX Linux in the U.S. and U.K. . . .


Linux -- The Third Wave
Raj Kosaraju
MIS Director, Maxil Technology Solutions Inc.


When Maxil Technology Solutions decided to back up ELX products most people in the U.S. and the U.K. asked us why we opted to introduce a Linux operating system (OS), especially when Windows was considered as the dominant desktop OS. This may be true to a considerable extent, and we do acknowledge the fact that Windows has indeed been successful in penetrating into most of the offices and homes all across the globe -- but the fact remains that Linux is rapidly finding its way into a niche oriented environment where a customized OS is generally more reliable for a particular niche application than a one-size-fits-all OS such as Windows NT or Windows 2000. The Linux community worldwide is working very successfully on ways to make Windows applications run on Linux. All of them have achieved a reasonably easy installation process and feature tech support, and include both the source implementation of the Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Windows NT application programming.

Why Linux Desktop is an OS of the future

The main reason Linux stands a good chance when compared to other OSes, particularly Windows, is that nowadays, most end-users in many parts of the world have started choosing their operating systems. Their numbers may be small as of now but there seems to be a beginning in as far as preferences are concerned. Also, since there wasn't much Linux software available in the past, users used to buy software apps based on their computing needs and then the actual computer that would run that software. Much of the software was developed for PCs or Macs, and most computers used Windows or the Mac OS.

However, things are fast changing. Since 1998, Linux has gained a significant market share in the client operating system space. Although it represents only an estimated 6% of the OS market, Linux is nearly as popular as the Mac OS. Today IT administrators are using Linux on their servers because it's customizable. A customized OS is generally more reliable for a particular niche application than a one-size-fits-all operating system such as Windows NT or Windows 2000. Moreover Linux is considered to be more stable and less crash prone than Windows NT 4.0.

Linux is also enjoying success among companies that use computers for a specific purpose (rather than just general productivity). For example, several retail chains in South East Asia are in the process of installing Linux-based cash registers and terminals. Recently, a big Diamond and Jewelry chain of stores in South Africa decided to change their existing system and replacing it with Linux. A large Pharmaceutical company in North America is contemplating a shift from their existing Mac system to a Linux Based OS. In all these cases, Linux is considered to be a cheap, network-oriented, task-specific alternative to an all-purpose OS such as Windows.

Case for Linux

Linux is small, customizable, extremely Internet compatible, and in most cases is available for free. Among Internets/intranets and ISPs, Linux will continue to grow, especially in corporate America; we'll see a continued adoption. There will be new growth in the areas of E-commerce and business-to-business Internet EDI (electronic data exchange). It will start showing up in all sorts of Internet appliances, including wearable computers, video-conferencing systems, etc. We'll see more and more people use a 64-bit Linux on the IA-64 (Merced). Linux will continue to move into the data center via high-availability clusters and 16- to 32-way SMP systems. Other spiffy features like I2O, hot swap, serial-based server management and control, etc., will find adequate support in the days ahead.

Today we are on the threshold of a new dawn that would foresee a paradigm shift in terms of new adaptive technologies and innovative practices in terms of desktop operating systems. According to IDC Analyst Dan Kusnetzky, information appliances, which can be defined as portable and/or basic computing and Internet access devices, will outnumber PCs by 2005. Because these devices will have limited memory space and cost only a few hundred dollars, developers need an alternative to bloated, expensive OSes such as Windows. Linux is small, customizable, extremely Internet compatible, and free. For this reason, more and more software manufacturers have developed versions of Linux that will run on cell phones, Palm devices, and even cars.

So, although some of us probably may be using Windows- and Mac-based computers well into the 21st century, our cell phones, PDAs, and Net appliances may soon be wearing a Linux interface.


Related stories:

Update on ELX status from Abhi Datt, founder of Project ELX
ELX Linux all set for global launch
An interview with ELX Linux founder and chief architect, Abhi Datt
Elx Linux "PRE-I release candidate-II" available for download
And in this corner, it's 'everyone's Linux'...
A forum member's first impression of ELX Linux
Elx Linux-Pre-I now available for download
A review of Elx, "everyone's Linux"
Elx -- Everyone's Linux



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