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JA SUDENT COMPANY@LPS

The JA Student Company Program is run on a limited scale and serves as a proof-of-concept. In this The JA Student Company Program is run on a limited scale and serves as a proof-of-concept. In this program, participating students learn important entrepreneurial skills while creating their own student company and operate it through an entire business cycle (From business plans through organization setup and operations to liquidation).The companies are overseen by a Student ‘Board of Directors’, have articulated ‘incorporation’documents and maintain their books of accounts. They make and market real products, raise “capital”and make “real” profits (or losses) with the support and mentoring of a wide range of professionals. The purpose of this program is to provide students a real life experience as possible while staying within academic boundaries

HELPER’S HAGUE JA STUDENT COMPANY (2016) HELPER’S HAGUE

The first student company of Learning Paths School was established by the class XI Commerce students in year 2016.The Company manufactured a unique product a load lifter/carrier named as ‘Cool-e’. This product was especially designed for the labour force of unorganized sector to carry and transport heavy load. The company raised funds by issuing 1078 shares @ INR 10 each. The company faced many challenges such as dealing and negotiating with the suppliers, handling interdepartmental disputes and understanding our customer needs and wants. However, it successfully sold 65 units and earned total revenue of INR 1,30,100 and a net profit of INR 5,757.50 which resulted in earning per share being INR 15.34.

EUPHORIA JA STUDENT COMPANY (2017) EUPHORIA

The second student company of Learning Paths School was established by Class XI Commerce and Humanities students in year 2017. It dealt in manufacturing and sale of ottoman called ‘Comf-e’ and wooden hanging shelves called ‘Hangover’. The company provided eco-friendly, comfortable, unique and durable products which added elegance to any residential or office interiors. The Company raised share capital of Rs. 10,000 by issuing shares of 10 each to the students and the staff of LPS. The company produced and sold 56 units of Comf-e, earned a revenue of INR 1,42,000 in three months of operation n with a net profit of INR 3,819 which resulted in earning per share of INR 13.85 .a

CLEANTECH JA STUDENT COMPANY (2018)

The third student company of Learning Paths School established in year 2018 is a venture which revolves around saving the environment and keeping it clean. The enterprise involves the manufacture of eco-friendly toilet cleaning tablets called FabTab which contains cleaning ingredients like baking soda for its abrasiveness, citric acid for its fizzing action, boric acid for its action on bacteria etc. The idea is to create cost effective, ecofriendly cleaning tablets that can make the Indian toilets safe and clean to use for the masses in the country. The rural areas and toilets built under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan are the targeted market for the product. The Company raised share capital of Rs. 8,000 by issuing shares of 10 each to the students and the staff of LPS. The company intends to earn a total revenue of Rs. 90,000 and a net profit of Rs. 20,500 in its 4 months operation. It intends to give a 100 % dividend to its shareholders by producing and selling 1800 units of FabTab.

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