Net income margin
The net income margin of the company grew by 38% in FY21 from FY20. This has been a result of a fall in total expenses and finance costs, which dropped significantly compared to the fall in the total revenue of the company, leading to a higher net income margin of 6.5% in FY21 against 4.7% in FY20.
The total revenue of the company fell significantly by 14%, which was a result of a 12% decline in revenue from operations, which includes the sales of finished products, power generating income, scrap sales, and export incentives, and a significant fall in other income by 88%, as the company made zero earnings from foreign exchange rate fluctuations in FY21, whereas the company made Rs. 8 Cr from it in FY20.
EPS and DPS in ₹. Other numbers except Payout Ratio in ₹ L
* denotes current year's data