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India School Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026

Market Overview:

The Indian school market reached a value of US$ 34.3 Billion in 2020. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the market to grow at a CAGR of 13.74% during 2021-2026. Keeping in mind the uncertainties of COVID-19, we are continuously tracking and evaluating the direct as well as the indirect influence of the pandemic. These insights are included in the report as a major market contributor.

India holds an important place in the global education industry with around 1.55 million K-12 schools and a student base of 218 million. The Indian school system can be segmented in various categories according to the level of education provided such as preschool, primary, middle, secondary and higher secondary. On the basis of ownership, it can be segmented into government, local bodies, private aided or unaided institution and on the basis of affiliation, it can be segmented into having Indian or international board affiliations. The School education in India has traditionally been characterised by overcrowding of classes and ineffective learning for students. However, as a result of infrastructure growth, increasing private and public investments and technological advancements, the school infrastructure in the country has witnessed significant growth with the mode of teaching also shifting to digital learning and smart class formats. This has assisted the students in improving their academic performance significantly and made teaching more effective.

 

 
 

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The primary factor driving the Indian school market is the huge population in the country and a significant shortage of the number of schools to provide quality education. With a constantly growing population of around 1.37 billion, India represents the world’s second largest populated country after China. This represents a huge consumer base for the education sector. Another factor driving the Indian school market is the significant amount of monetary support received from the government as well as private Institutions.  This has resulted in significant upgradation of the education infrastructure across both rural and urban regions. Additionally, reforms such as New Education Policy (NEP), foundation of Eklavya schools, etc, introduced by the government in order to promote girl education and provide equal opportunities for all has also driven the market positively. Moreover, technological advancements in the methods of teaching such as smart classes, digital libraries, augmented reality, etc, has also made learning more interactive for students, exhibiting immense scope for the Indian school market.

IMARC Group’s latest report provides a deep insight into the Indian school market covering all its essential aspects. This ranges from macro overview of the market to micro details of the industry performance, recent trends, key market drivers and challenges, SWOT analysis, Porter’s five forces analysis, value chain analysis, etc. This report is a must-read for entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, consultants, business strategists, and all those who have any kind of stake or are planning to foray into the Indian school market in any manner.

Key Market Segmentation:

IMARC Group provides an analysis of the key trends in each sub-segment of the Indian school market, along with forecasts at the country and regional level from 2021-2026. Our report has categorized the market based on level of education, ownership, board of affiliationa and fee structure.

Breakup by Level of Education:

 

 
 

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  • Primary
  • Upper Primary
  • Secondary
  • Higher Secondary

 

At present, the primary level of education represents the largest segment on account of numerous programmes initiated by the Government of India for encouraging parents to send their children to primary schools. For instance, the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) focuses on universalizing elementary education, bridging gender and social gaps in education and enhancing the learning levels of children.

Breakup by Ownership:

  • Government
    • Primary
    • Upper Primary
    • Secondary
    • Higher Secondary
  • Local Body
    • Primary
    • Upper Primary
    • Secondary
    • Higher Secondary
  • Private Aided
    • Primary
    • Upper Primary
    • Secondary
    • Higher Secondary
  • Private Unaided
    • Primary
    • Upper Primary
    • Secondary
    • Higher Secondary
       

Government-owned schools account for the majority of the total market share as they provide the infrastructure for the physical and mental development of students. Some of the top government schools in the country include Kendriya Vidyalaya, Navodaya Vidyalaya, Sainik School, Military School, Air Force School, and Naval School.

Breakup by Board of Affiliation:

  • Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
  • Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE)
  • State Government Boards
  • Others (NIOS, IBs, etc.)
     

Schools operating under the state government boards dominated the market as they generally charge lesser fees than CBSE schools.

Breakup by Fee Structure:

  • Low-Income
  • Medium-Income
  • High-Income
     

The low-income segment holds the largest market share in the market. The fee charged by the government educational institutes, which are operated by municipal committees, corporations or schools, is very nominal. As a result, people from the lower sections of society prefer to send their children to these schools.

Breakup by Region:

  • North India
  • East India
  • West and Central India
  • South India

 

Amongst these, North America enjoys the leading position in the market as governing agencies are undertaking initiatives to enhance the condition of public schools of the region.

Value Chain Analysis
 

Key Drivers and Challenges
 

Porters Five Forces Analysis
 

PESTEL Analysis
 

Government Regulations
 

Competitive Landscape

  • Competitive Structure
  • Key Player Profiles


 

Report Coverage:

Report Features Details
Base Year of the Analysis 2020
Historical Period 2015-2020
Forecast Period 2021-2026
Units in Million and US$ Billion
Segment Coverage Level of Education, Ownership, Board of Affiliation, Fee Structure, Region
Region Covered North India, West and Central India, South India, East India
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1    Preface
2    Scope and Methodology

    2.1    Objectives of the Study
    2.2    Stakeholders
    2.3    Data Sources
        2.3.1    Primary Sources
        2.3.2    Secondary Sources
    2.4    Market Estimation
        2.4.1    Bottom-Up Approach
        2.4.2    Top-Down Approach
    2.5    Forecasting Methodology
3    Executive Summary
4    Introduction

    4.1    Overview
    4.2    Key Industry Trends
5    India School Market
    5.1    Market Overview
    5.2    Market Performance
    5.3    Impact of COVID-19
    5.4    Market Breakup by Level of Education
    5.5    Market Breakup by Ownership 
    5.6    Market Breakup by Board of Affiliation 
    5.7    Market Breakup by Fee Structure 
    5.8    Market Breakup by Region
    5.9    Market Forecast
    5.10    SWOT Analysis
        5.10.1    Overview
        5.10.2    Strengths
        5.10.3    Weaknesses
        5.10.4    Opportunities
        5.10.5    Threats
    5.11    Value Chain Analysis
    5.12    Porter's Five Forces Analysis
        5.12.1    Overview
        5.12.2    Bargaining Power of Buyers
        5.12.3    Bargaining Power of Suppliers
        5.12.4    Degree of Competition
        5.12.5    Threat of New Entrants
        5.12.6    Threat of Substitutes
    5.13    PESTEL Analysis
        5.13.1    Political
        5.13.2    Economic
        5.13.3    Social
        5.13.4    Technological
        5.13.5    Environmental
        5.13.6    Legal
    5.14    Price Analysis
6    Market Breakup by Level of Education 
    6.1   Primary 
        6.1.1    Market Trends
        6.1.2    Market Forecast
    6.2   Upper Primary 
        6.2.1    Market Trends
        6.2.2    Market Forecast
    6.3   Secondary 
        6.3.1    Market Trends
        6.3.2    Market Forecast
    6.4   Higher Secondary 
        6.4.1    Market Trends
        6.4.2    Market Forecast
7    Market Breakup by Ownership  
    7.1   Government 
        7.1.1    Market Trends
        7.1.2    Market Breakup by Type
            7.1.2.1  Primary
                7.1.2.1.1  Market Trends
                7.1.2.1.2  Market Forecast
            7.1.2.2  Upper Primary
                7.1.2.2.1  Market Trends
                7.1.2.2.2  Market Forecast
            7.1.2.3  Secondary
                7.1.2.3.1  Market Trends
                7.1.2.3.2  Market Forecast
            7.1.2.4  Higher Secondary 
                7.1.2.4.1  Market Trends
                7.1.2.4.2  Market Forecast
        7.1.3    Market Forecast
    7.2   Local Body 
        7.2.1    Market Trends
        7.2.2    Market Breakup by Type
            7.2.2.1  Primary
                7.2.2.1.1  Market Trends
                7.2.2.1.2  Market Forecast
            7.2.2.2  Upper Primary
                7.2.2.2.1  Market Trends
                7.2.2.2.2  Market Forecast
            7.2.2.3  Secondary
                7.2.2.3.1  Market Trends
                7.2.2.3.2  Market Forecast
            7.2.2.4  Higher Secondary 
                7.2.2.4.1  Market Trends
                7.2.2.4.2  Market Forecast
        7.2.3    Market Forecast
    7.3   Private Aided 
        7.3.1    Market Trends
        7.3.2    Market Breakup by Type
            7.3.2.1  Primary
                7.3.2.1.1  Market Trends
                7.3.2.1.2  Market Forecast
            7.3.2.2  Upper Primary
                7.3.2.2.1  Market Trends
                7.3.2.2.2  Market Forecast
            7.3.2.3  Secondary
                7.3.2.3.1  Market Trends
                7.3.2.3.2  Market Forecast
            7.3.2.4  Higher Secondary 
                7.3.2.4.1  Market Trends
                7.3.2.4.2  Market Forecast
        7.3.3    Market Forecast
    7.4   Private Unaided 
        7.4.1    Market Trends
        7.4.2    Market Breakup by Type
            7.4.2.1  Primary
                7.4.2.1.1  Market Trends
                7.4.2.1.2  Market Forecast
            7.4.2.2  Upper Primary
                7.4.2.2.1  Market Trends
                7.4.2.2.2  Market Forecast
            7.4.2.3  Secondary
                7.4.2.3.1  Market Trends
                7.4.2.3.2  Market Forecast
            7.4.2.4  Higher Secondary 
                7.4.2.4.1  Market Trends
                7.4.2.4.2  Market Forecast
        7.4.3    Market Forecast
8    Market Breakup by Board of Affiliation
    8.1    Central Board of Secondary Education
        8.1.1    Market Trends
        8.1.2    Market Forecast
    8.2    Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations
        8.2.1    Market Trends
        8.2.2    Market Forecast
    8.3    State Government Boards
        8.3.1    Market Trends
        8.3.2    Market Forecast
    8.4    Others
        8.4.1    Market Trends
        8.4.2    Market Forecast
9    Market Breakup by Fee Structure
    9.1    Low-Income
        9.1.1    Market Trends
        9.1.2    Market Forecast
    9.2    Medium-Income
        9.2.1    Market Trends
        9.2.2    Market Forecast
    9.3    High-Income
        9.3.1    Market Trends
        9.3.2    Market Forecast
10    Market Breakup by Region
    10.1    North India
        10.1.1    Market Trends
        10.1.2    Market Forecast
    10.2    West and Central India
        10.2.1    Market Trends
        10.2.2    Market Forecast
    10.3    South India
        10.3.1    Market Trends
        10.3.2    Market Forecast
    10.4    East India
        10.4.1    Market Trends
        10.4.2    Market Forecast
11    Government Regulations
12    Strategic Recommendations
13    Competitive Landscape

    13.1    Market Structure
    13.2    Key Players
    13.3    Profiles of Key Players

List of Figures

Figure 1: India: School Market: Major Drivers and Challenges
Figure 2: India: School Market: Number of Schools (in Million), 2015-2020
Figure 3: India: School Market: Value Trends (in Billion US$), 2015-2020
Figure 4: India: School Market: Enrolment (in Million), 2015-2020
Figure 5: India: School Market: Breakup by Level of Education (in %), 2020
Figure 6: India: School Market: Breakup by Ownership (in %), 2020
Figure 7: India: School Market: Breakup by Board of Affiliation (in %), 2020
Figure 8: India: School Market: Breakup by Fee Structure (in %), 2020
Figure 9: India: School Market: Breakup by Region (in %), 2020
Figure 10: India: School Market Forecast: Number of Schools (in Million), 2021-2026
Figure 11: India: School Market Forecast: Value Trends (in Billion US$), 2021-2026
Figure 12: India: School Market Forecast: Enrolment (in Million), 2021-2026
Figure 13: India: School Industry: SWOT Analysis
Figure 14: India: School Industry: Value Chain Analysis
Figure 15: India: School Industry: Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Figure 16: India: School Industry: PESTEL Analysis
Figure 17: India: School (Primary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 18: India: School (Primary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 19: India: School (Upper Primary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 20: India: School (Upper Primary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 21: India: School (Secondary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 22: India: School (Secondary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 23: India: School (Higher Secondary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 24: India: School (Higher Secondary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 25: India: School (Government) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 26: India: School (Government) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 27: India: School (Local Body) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 28: India: School (Local Body) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 29: India: School (Private Aided) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 30: India: School (Private Aided) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 31: India: School (Private Unaided) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 32: India: School (Private Unaided) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 33: India: Government School (Primary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 34: India: Government School (Primary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 35: India: Government School (Upper Primary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 36: India: Government School (Upper Primary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 37: India: Government School (Secondary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 38: India: Government School (Secondary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 39: India: Government School (Higher Secondary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 40: India: Government School (Higher Secondary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 41: India: Local Body School (Primary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 42: India: Local Body School (Primary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 43: India: Local Body School (Upper Primary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 44: India: Local Body School (Upper Primary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 45: India: Local Body School (Secondary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 46: India: Local Body School (Secondary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 47: India: Local Body School (Higher Secondary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 48: India: Local Body School (Higher Secondary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 49: India: Private Aided School (Primary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 50: India: Private Aided School (Primary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 51: India: Private Aided School (Upper Primary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 52: India: Private Aided School (Upper Primary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 53: India: Private Aided School (Secondary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 54: India: Private Aided School (Secondary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 55: India: Private Aided School (Higher Secondary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 56: India: Private Aided School (Higher Secondary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 57: India: Private Unaided School (Primary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 58: India: Private Unaided School (Primary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 59: India: Private Unaided School (Upper Primary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 60: India: Private Unaided School (Upper Primary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 61: India: Private Unaided School (Secondary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 62: India: Private Unaided School (Secondary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 63: India: Private Unaided School (Higher Secondary) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 64: India: Private Unaided School (Higher Secondary) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 65: India: School (Central Board of Secondary Education) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 66: India: School (Central Board of Secondary Education) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 67: India: School (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 68: India: School (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 69: India: School (State Government Boards) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 70: India: School (State Government Boards) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 71: India: School (Other Boards) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 72: India: School (Other Boards) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 73: India: School (Low Income) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 74: India: School (Low Income) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 75: India: School (Medium Income) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 76: India: School (Medium Income) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 77: India: School (High Income) Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 78: India: School (High Income) Market Forecast (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Figure 79: North India: School Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 80: North India: School Market Forecast (in 000’s),2021-2026
Figure 81: West and Central India: School Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 82: West and Central India: School Market Forecast (in 000’s),2021-2026
Figure 83: South India: School Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 84: South India: School Market Forecast (in 000’s),2021-2026
Figure 85: East India: School Market (in 000’s), 2015 & 2020
Figure 86: East India: School Market Forecast (in 000’s),2021-2026
 
List of Tables

Table 1: India: School Market: Key Industry Highlights, 2020 and 2026
Table 2: India: School Market Forecast: Breakup by Level of Education (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Table 3: India: School Market Forecast: Breakup by Ownership (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Table 4: India: School Market Forecast: Breakup by Board of Affiliation (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Table 5: India: School Market Forecast: Breakup by Fee Structure (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Table 6: India: School Market Forecast: Breakup by Region (in 000’s), 2021-2026
Table 7: India: School Market Structure
Table 8: India: School Market: Key Players

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Key Question Answered in this Report

The India school market was valued at US$ US$ 34.3 Billion in 2020.

We expect the India school market to exhibit a CAGR of 13.74% during 2021-2026.

The rising expenditures by the Indian government to improve the literacy rate and enhance the quality of education in the country are currently driving the India school market. 

Sudden outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic had led to the implementation of stringent lockdown regulations across the nation resulting in a shift from brick-and-mortar schools towards virtual and online learning platforms.

Based on the level of education, the India school market can be segmented into primary, upper primary, secondary, and higher secondary. Currently, primary education holds the majority of the total market share.

Based on the ownership, the India school market has been segregated into government, local body, private aided, and private unaided, where government currently represents the largest segment.

Based on the board of affiliation, the India school market can be categorized into Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), state government boards, and others (NIOS, IBs, etc.). Among these, state government boards exhibit a clear dominance in the market.

Based on the fee structure, the India school market can be divided into low-income, medium-income, and high-income. Currently, low-income represents the largest segment.

On a regional level, the market has been classified into North India, East India, West and Central India and South India, where North India currently dominates the Indian market.

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