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RPG Enterprises Going for Growth 8 Business Sectors, more than 16 companies, 40,000+ employees, 4,00,000 + shareholders.

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1 RPG Enterprises Going for Growth 8 Business Sectors, more than 16 companies, 40,000+ employees, 4,00,000 + shareholders

2 Introduction  Established in 1979, is one of the fastest growing business group with a turnover of USD $ 3.7 billion  More than sixteen companies managing diverse business interests in the areas of Power, Tyre, Infrastructure, IT, Entertainment, Speciality, Carbon Black and Retail  The RPG Management Board comprises highly qualified professionals with significant expertise in various markets and are thought leaders  40,000+ employees  4,00,000 + shareholders  Driven by passion for superior performance

3 Group Companies

4 Vision We shall be leading Indian group with a focus on market capitalization through: Leadership in profitability and revenue growth in our chosen business Being a customer - centric organization Being the most exciting workplace

5 Business Sectors CESC Noida Power Integrated Coal Mining KEC International CEAT CEAT Sri Lanka Zensar Technologies Phillips Carbon Black Spencer`s Retail Music World Saregama India Open Media Network Harrisons Malayalam RPG Life Sciences Raychem RPG

6 Share of sectors in total RPG business

7 Snapshot of Group Companies  4th largest private sector power utility company in India  Distributing Power to City of Kolkata & adjoining areas  Fully integrated business model  Generation, Distribution, Coal Mining  1225 MW Generation, 567 sq.km. area, 2.3 mn consumers  80%+ energy requirement from own generation, meeting peak demand of MW CESC  Three CDM projects registered with UNFCCC  600 MW power project in Maharashtra under construction  Power Plants in Haldia, Jharkhand, Orissa & Bihar planned  Pursuing Distribution opportunities in Bihar  Organized retailing via Spencer's Retail Ltd

8 Snapshot of Group Companies KEC International  Leading global player providing infrastructure project management solutions  Services provided:  Power Transmission  Power Distribution  Rural Electrification  Telecom Infrastructure  Railway Infrastructure  Water Management  Strong presence in South Asia, Middle East, Africa and Central Asia  SAE Towers Holding LLC, a subsidiary of KEC  Footprints in 45 countries  Currently executing in more than 25 countries

9 Snapshot of Group Companies CEAT  Leading Tyre manufacturer in India. Among the earliest tyre manufacturing companies in India, started commercial production in 1960  Manufactures the complete range of tyres, from motorcycle and passenger car tyres to large Off The Road (OTR) tyres  Network of over 33 regional offices, over 3500 dealers and more than 100 C&F agents  3 Manufacturing facilities – Mumbai, Nasik and Halol  14 Outsourcing partners including 4 overseas  Exports to 110 countries across the globe  Associated CEAT Kelani (Sri Lanka) a J.V is the largest tyre company in Sri Lanka

10 Snapshot of Group Companies Phillips Carbon Black  Largest Producer of Carbon Black in India and 8th Largest in World  Supplies to leading Tyre companies across globe  Capacity of 3,60,000 MT p.a. across India (Durgapur, Cochin, Baroda & Mundra)  Captive Power Plant at each location producing power from waste gas, current power capacity of 58 MW  12.5 MW Baroda CPP registered as CDM project with UNFCCC  Initiated capacity expansion program  Mundra - 50,000 MT carbon black and 8 MW power plant  Cochin - 10 MW power plant  Vietnam - 65,000 MT carbon black and 12 MW power plant  Power capacity set to reach 75 MW by FY`12  Aiming for 6th slot in World Carbon Black ranking

11 Snapshot of Group Companies Harrisons Malayalam  One of the most diversified agro-based companies in India  Largest employer in Kerala outside of the government  Single largest grower of natural rubber in India with 11 rubber estates  Apart from being the largest producer of tea in South India, HML is also supposedly the largest producer of pineapples in India  Spread over 20 Estates, 7 rubber factories and 12 tea factories  Production of about 11,000 MT Rubber, 18,000 MT Tea and 25,000 MT pineapple  Produces smaller quantities of areca nut, banana, cardamom, cocoa, coffee, coconut, pepper,vanilla and organic tea and spices

12 Snapshot of Group Companies Zensar Technologies  Spread across nineteen countries in the world  Servicing over 300 active customers, providing end-to- end services from IT development to Business Process Outsourcing, from consulting to implementation  Recently acquired Akibia Inc, USA  Ranked amongst India’s top 20 software companies by NASSCOM  Ranked among the top 100 IT organizations globally by Global Services 100 – 2010  An exclusive Harvard Case Study on Zensar Technologies – Zensar: The Future of Vision Communities  23 large Offshore Dedicated centers for global customers  Backed by established process framework  Flexible and client centric delivery and business model  Industry vertical focused organization

13 Snapshot of Group Companies Saregama India  India’s largest and best-known music recording company  Intimately associated with the development of Indian music from the time the first recording was made on Indian soil in 1902  Owns the largest music archive in India with over 300,000 tracks  Foothold in International Home Video, Films, TV Software, Events etc.  Forayed into Publication business, launched first GEC Magazine “Open” in Apr’09  Leveraging technology to become a destination entertainment company

14 Snapshot of Group Companies RPG Life Sciences  Full spectrum pharma company operating in bulk drugs,formulations and fermentation products  Pioneering expertise in the field of bio- pharmaceuticals  4 manufacturing sites  Producer of Niche products like Cyclosporine & Doxorubicin, Epirubicin etc  USFDA standard plant ready  New product launches in Oncology segments to drive bottomline

15 Snapshot of Group Companies Integrated Coal Mining Ltd.(ICML)*  First truly Private Sector Captive Open Cast Mine in West Bengal  Operations at Sarshatali Coal Mine since 2002  Producing 3 MT p.a. coal meeting more than 50% of CESC’s coal requirement  300 TPH coal washery commissioned to reduce ash content  40 MW AFBC Power Plant commissioned – to run on washery rejects  First in Overall Safety in 2005 awarded by DGMS among open cast mines * Unlisted

16 Snapshot of Group Companies Raychem RPG *  A 50:50 Joint Venture between Tyco Electronics, U.S.A. and RPG Enterprises  Raychem RPG is involved in technologies serving the infrastructure segment of economy  Power  Telecommunication Electronics  Oil, Water & Gas  5 Manufacturing facilities – Maharashtra, Himachal Pradesh and Gujurat  Credit Rating F1+ from Fitch Ratings, India  Consistent growth since 2000 with growth rate between 30-35% * Unlisted

17 Snapshot of Group Companies Retail  Pioneered organized retail in India, subsidiary of CESC Ltd  Presence in 4 verticals – Spencer's, Music world, Au Bon Pain & Fashion  210+ stores, 9 lacs+ sq ft, 45 cities  Presently Largest Player in Grocery based Dailies format  Spencer’s Hyper – destination discount store  Pioneered Music Retailing in India with Music World  Launched standalone Beverly Hills Polo Club (BHPC) stores  Launched Au Bon Pain, the Boston-based fast casual dining and bakery café chain  Targeting selective growth in big box format and new tie-ups  Focus on bottom line with a targeted break even in 12 months

18 Snapshot of Group Companies Spencer’s Footprint – October 2010 Regions# citiesTA (‘000) Hypers >15 k Supers 3k -15k Dailies & Express <3k TOTAL East West North South South TOTAL k TA Hypers – 452K sqft TA Supers – 59K sqft TA Small stores – 345K sqft TA SAS – 22K sqft BHPC – 15 stores Fish & Meat – 2 stores Au Bon Pain – 6 cafes Ecko – 3 stores ladybird – 2 stores

19 Financial Snapshot of listed companies Revenues (FY`10) EBIDTA (FY`10) Net Profit (FY`10) Current Market cap* Promoter Holding Institutional Holding CESC %37% KEC International %43% CEAT %31% Phillips Carbon Black %25% Harrisons Malayalam %11% Zensar Technologies %24% RPG Life Sciences %16% Saregama India %34% *Market capitalization is as on March 9, 2011 Rs. bn.

20 RPG- A Corporate Citizen  RPG Foundation has been set up to undertake activities in the field of social welfare and reform, across a wide range of areas including education, livelihood, health and environment  While improving the quality and spread of education continues to be a key challenge for the Government, the RPG Foundation is currently engaged in a major project, called the RPG Akshar Program, to propagate primary education in English across schools  The Group is also focused on employability and livelihood and currently runs a successful livelihood and confidence building program across its multiple locations, called Saksham  It has conducted several health awareness camps across companies and locations  RPG Foundation is also a think tank engaged in research on macro-economic issues, mainly concerning the industry and the corporate sector RPG Group believes the corporate sector too needs to step in to help make a difference in its own way

21 The Road Ahead  Strategic Long Term Vision for individual business sectors  Positioned for high growth in coming years  Business Portfolio to reflect changing face of Indian economy  World class people practices to ensure talent management  Global cost competitiveness to ensure sustainable business model  CESC operating India's most efficient power plants  Exceptional track record of KEC International in world market  Continuous benchmarking by CEAT resulting in higher gains in operating efficiencies  PCBL aiming for 6th slot in world ranking

22 THANK YOU THANK YOU Group Website-


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