India Bulls, Essay

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Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University



This is to certify that the project report entitled “FINANCIAL ANALYSIS: A COMAPRATIVE STUDY OF INDIABULLS HOUSING FINANCE LTD.” Submitted to Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of the degree of MBA is an original work carried out ...view middle of the document...

(Director IMED)


I avail this opportunity to express my profound sense of sincere and deep gratitude to many people who are responsible for the knowledge and experience I have gained during the Project Work.
I have great pleasure in expressing my deep sense of gratitude to guide Mr. Himanshu Bhardwaj for his valuable and prompt guidance without which this project would not have been successful.
I extend my overwhelming gratitude to the entire team of the Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd. for their valuable guidance and meticulous counseling during the summer internship. My hearty thanks to Indiabulls for giving me an opportunity to work as an intern & understand the working of the company.
Sincere thanks to my faculty guide Ms. Sonali Dharamadhikari who was patient and supportive while the project took its shape.



As the world is growing rapidly, the businesses are also moving to become the huge one. And by that result, more and more people want to become a master in these businesses. The main purpose in the finance field is to know how the financial analysis is done. We all know that finance is the blood of any business and without it no business can run. Financial analysis of a company is very difficult and the most important task and by doing this I am able to know the whole financial position and financial structure of the company. Simply by looking at how much cash a company has does not provide enough information. The financial statements need to be analyzed to measure a company’s performance and to compare it with other firms in the same industry. The resulting information is intended to be useful to owners, potential investors, creditors, analysts, and others as the analysis evaluates the past performance, future potential and financial position of the firm. This report is an analysis of financial statements of INDIABULLS HOUSING FINANCE LTD. AND ITS COMPETITORS. 

This report has been prepared with an objective to develop analytical skills required to interpret the information (explicit as well as implicit) provided by the financial statements, to measure the company’s performance during the past few years and it is a comparative study between the competitors. The financial statements are analyzed using technique of Ratio Analysis. Ratios are an important tool in analyzing the...

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