NCL Holdings Essentials

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Face Value


Total Share


Total Income

₹2,832.92 L

Profit After Tax

₹443.72 L







Market Capitalisation

₹38.18 Cr

Enterprise Value

₹40.26 Cr

Book Value


Intrinsic Value


Earnings Yield

11.62 %


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Real Estate


Micro Cap

Cashflow - Operations

-₹122.71 L

Cashflow - Financing

₹1,160.08 L

NCL Holdings Growth

Compounded Sales Growth

  • 45.33%

    1 Year

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Compounded Profit Growth

  • 523.82%

    1 Year

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Return On Equity

  • 7.23%


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About NCL Holdings

  • NCL Holdings is a investment holding company having three subsidiaries i.e. NCL Green Habitats Pvt. Ltd and Eastern Ghat Renewable Energy Limited and Suncrop Science. The company operates an investment company to make the investment in majorly, building materials, construction, agro, chemicals and renewable power projects(majorly hydro). Moreover, company was incorporated too acquire non-building materials asset held by NCL Buildtek Limited along with equivalent reserves vide NCLT Demerger order dated 24th January 2019. 
  • Its main revenue comes from their subsidiaries companies.
  • Company's objective are to make and hold investment in corporate and non-corporate entities engaged in manufacturing, trading or provision of services, either as pure investment with right to participate in management of such facilities.
  • It's main products are  Hydro Power, Real estate & Construction, Seeds, and Chemicals.
  • NCL Holdings is a Telangana based company. 
  • NCL holdings formed on 05th Jan. 2018.

  • NCL Holdings IPO Details

The company is not planning IPO so far

  • NCL Holdings Merger & Acquisition



1. NCL holdings acquire NCL Green Habitats Pvt. Ltd by purchasing 100% stake and make it a subsidiary of NCL Holdings in the FY 2019-2020.

2.NCL holdings acquire Eastern Ghat Renewable Energy Limited by purchasing 100% stake and make it a subsidiary of NCL Holdings in the FY 2019- 2020.

  • NCL Holdings Subsidiaries

A. Eastern Ghat Renewable Energy Limited.

B. Sun Crop Sciences Private Limited.

C. NCL Green Habitats Private Limited.

D. Kakatiya Industries Private Limited

NCL Holdings Business Model

A. Eastern Ghat renewable energy ltd. deals in Hydro power business. 

B. Sun crop science deals in seeds and crops.

C. NCL Green habitats deals in building of complete constructions or parts.

D. Kakatiya Industries is in the business of Hydro and chemical division.

  • NCL Holdings Revenue Segmentation

  • Investment
  • NCL Holdings Product & Services

  • Hydro Power
  • Real estate & Construction
  • Seeds
  • Chemicals
  • NCL Holdings Assets

AssetsAmount (in lakh)
Plant & machinary210.52
Furniture & fix2.04
Motor car55.70

  • NCL Holdings Industry Overview

Industry Statistics

  • With the improving economic scenario, there have been quiet a few investments in various sectors along with few M&A. 
  • Construction: The Construction industry is expected to record a CAGR of 15.7% to reach $ 738.5 billion by 2022. In March 2021, the construction sector in India saw a foreign direct investment equity inflow of approximately 420 mnn USD. This was a significant decrease compared to the equity inflows in the previous year, valued at over 600 mn USD.  The outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and subsequent lockdown restrictions weighed on the industry’s output in 2020, though the respective sector is a promising avenue to male investments. 
  • Real estate sector in India is expected to reach US$ 1 trillion by 2030. By 2025, it will contribute 13% to the country’s GDP.
  • Hydro: India's hydroelectric power potential is estimated at 148,700 MW at 60% load factor. In the fiscal year 2019–20, the total hydroelectric power generated in India was 156 TWh (excluding small hydro) with an average capacity factor of 38.71%.The public sector accounts for 92.5% of India's hydroelectric power production. 
  • 100% FDI allowed under the power sector. 
  • Chemicals: The Indian chemicals industry, which employs more than 2 mn people, is projected to reach $300 bn by 2025. India is a robust global dye supplier, accounting for approximately 16% of the world's dyestuff and dye intermediates. 100% FDI Chemical Industry in India is allowed under the automatic route (except in certain hazardous chemicals).
  • Agro: Agricultural commodity exports increased by 23.24% from March to June 2020, with a total of INR. 25,552.7 crore compared to INR. 20,734.8 crore in the same period last year. Agriculture also accounts for 16.5 percent of India's GDP and employs 43 percent of the country's workers. The Gross Value Added by agriculture, forestry, and fishing is estimated at $276.37 bn in FY20. Indian Agriculture exports is likely to reach US$ 60 billion by 2022, Which will increase seed demand. 
  • Population growth, urbanization, industrialization and rise in disposable income are key growth drivers of the industry

Future Prospects

  • Investment in Indian construction sector is increasing by leaps and bounds. Approved metro rail projects amount to over $39 billion and those with a pending approval are estimated at approx. $31 billion. Thereof, the construction industry can expect orders of $12 billon – $14 billion over the next three to five years. Once a niche branch, green building solutions now is a growing trend.
  • Being the world's third-largest emitter of green house, India launched a campaign to make new housing developments by 2022. According to the Global Infrastructure Outlook’ report by Global Infrastructure Hub, India requires infrastructure investments of around $4.5 trillion by 2040, making it the second largest infrastructure market in Asia after China.

Government Initiatives

Government Initiatives are:

  • Under the Union Budget 2021-22, the government allocated Rs. 233.14 crore (US$ 32.2 million) to the Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals.
  • The Government of India is considering launching a production linked incentive (PLI) scheme in the chemical sector to boost domestic manufacturing and exports.
  • Government is consistently working on increasing production of agriculture products.

NCL Holdings Strengths

  • Diversification of investments in several sectors reduces the risk of loss.
  • Company have strong financials which ultimately support to the company.
  • Company's promoters are very experienced which give guidance to the company to stay profitable.
  • Their is high barrier to entry into the industry.

NCL Holdings Shortcomings

  • Margins of the company is relatively low compared to industry's others companies.
  • Company is in start-up phase, and company are continuously making investments in other companies. Making investments so aggressively can harm company's profit if it made investments without enough due diligence.  

NCL Holdings Opportunities

  •  Government is focusing more agricultural production which will benefit company's seeds subsidiary.
  • There is huge demand in the market for homes as everyone wants to have its own home and nuclear families, it will help to make more revenue in construction segments. 

NCL Holdings Threats

  • As in the industry, their is high barrier to entry. Their is high barrier to exit also.  
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