Magnum Ventures Ltd Management Discussions.


Managements Discussion and Analysis Report contains forward looking statements based on the certain assumptions and expectations of future events and the Company cannot assure that these assumptions and expectations are accurate and cannot derive a particular conclusion. Although the Management has considered future risks as part of the discussions, future uncertainties are not limited to the Management perceptions. The report contains the risks and uncertainties arising to the Company but it cannot be figured out exactly due to the fluctuations in earnings, our ability to manage growth, competition, economic growth in India, ability to attract and retain highly skilled professionals, time and cost over runs on contracts, government policies and actions with respect to investments, fiscal deficits, regulation etc. In accordance with the Code of Corporate Governance approved by the Securities and

Exchange Board of India (‘SEBI), the Shareholders and readers are cautioned that in the case of data and information external to the Company, no representation is made on its accuracy or comprehensiveness though the same are based on sources thought to be reliable. The changing economic and business conditions and rapid technological innovations are creating an increasingly impact on the industry. The Company does not undertake to make any announcement in case any of these forward looking Statements become materially incorrect in future or any update made thereon.


The Company was incorporated on May 29, 1980 as MAGNUM PAPERS LIMITED and on 31st May, 1995, the status of the Company was changed from ‘Private Limited Company to ‘Public Limited Company. Further, its name was changed as ‘Magnum Ventures Limited (‘Magnum). In September 20, 2007, Magnum made an Initial Public Offer and is currently listed at National Stock Exchange of India Limited

(‘NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (‘BSE).

Magnum is ideally located at Sahibabad, Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) the NCR region hardly 15 KM from the heart of Delhi i.e., Connaught Place, New Delhi. The Company is having large infrastructures of 65,000 Square Meters and Five Lakh Square feet Building Area in Sahibabad Industrial Area, Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh).

Magnum currently operates in Paper Industry and Hotel Industry. The Company is manufacturing papers since more than 30 Years. The Company is one of the largest writing and printing paper and duplex paper printing concern in the Northern region. The existing manufacturing activities cover printing and writing papers, duplex boards, Xerox paper, Wrapping and packing paper and so on with installed capacity of 85K MT per annum based on 3 shift and 330 days working days in a year. The Company also contributes to the environment by focusing on the recycling process of paper making. Magnum also operates Hotel Industry by the name of COUNTRY INN & SUITES by Radisson, a Five Star Hotel at Sahibabad, Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) diagonally opposite to Vaishali Metro Station, 50 minutes from the International Airport, 10 minutes from the Akshardham Temple and India Gate and Connaught Place is just a 25 minutes drive from the Hotel. Our Sahibabad hotel provides innovative theme restaurants, extensive banqueting areas, state-of-the-art Business Centre, health club and spa, beauty salon, shopping arcade and outdoor, poolside bar that offers a world-class dining experience. The hotel is the first eco-friendly, all-vegetarian, five-star hotel. It comprising of 216 rooms in four categories i.e. 64 Standard Rooms, 76 Superior Rooms, 70 Club Rooms, and 6 Executive Suites. The Hotel was soft launched in the month of January, 2009, which is now in full operation. The hotel has a USP of being the first all Vegetarian Hotel to have been formally certified as a five star hotel by (HRACC) Ministry of Tourism.


Our Companys business is broadly consists of manufacturing of Papers and Hotel Industry.

Paper Industry

As the present era is globally rising and more demand is on the increasing of the knowledge which as a result leads to the overall growth of the paper industry. The Indian paper industry is said to be growing in the line with the GDP of the country. Paper being an essential commodity has its socio- economic importance in the overall development of the country which is directly linked with the educational and the industrial growth. With the increasing competition, the Company so as to maintain a sustainable position in the market has to make a planned approach towards attaining its goal of maximum profit by overcoming the challenge of raw material availability, manpower, short term over capacity situation, environmental foot print etc.

Hotel Industry

The tourism and hospitality industry is one of the largest segments under the services sector of the Indian economy. In India, the sectors direct contribution to gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to grow at 7.8 per cent per annum during the period 2013-2023. Hotels are an extremely important component of the tourism industry and are the key drivers of growth among the services sectors in India. The Indian hospitality sector has been growing at a cumulative annual growth rate of 14 per cent every year, adding significant amount of foreign exchange to the economy. The role of the Indian government, which has provided policy and infrastructural support, has been instrumental in the growth and development of the industry.


Paper Industry

The paper is in use since the second century A.D. and despite the emergence of the electronic media, the use of paper has always been adored by the mankind. The spurt in demand for paper and paper board rises from Indias all round industrial development and growing rate of literacy. Over the last five years, many paper companies went for major modernization and expansion.

Indias paper and paper board industry has unlimited scope for further growth. Judging by the investment that paper manufacturers have made in modernization and expansion so far, Indias pulp and paper industry is well on its way to have a strong presence in Asia.

Hotel Industry

Tourism has now become a significant industry in India. India offers a readymade tourist destination with the resources it has and the most fascinating hospitality statement of "Atithidevo bhava". According to recent estimates, there is almost a 2:1 demand-supply ratio for rooms in India, demonstrating the untapped potential that continues to exist in this industry. As per the World Travel & Tourism Council, the occupancy ratio is around 80-85%, with nearly 10% increase from the last three years. There are international players in the market such as Taj and Oberoi & International Chains. Thus, the needs of the international tourists travellers are met while they are on a visit to India.


Uncertainties have emerged with COVID-19 pandemic that caused the shutdown of the country for the first two months of the current financial year 2020-2021. With the number of cases increasing, it is expected that State Governments will resort to shutdowns to manage and control the spread. This will create uncertainty of supply-chain, travel restrictions, increased cost and cash flow will be adversely effected. First half of FY 21 is expected to be very tough and the second half is expected to give some relief to the business and the society in general if all the countries specially India is able to control the COVID 19 Pandemic.

Since your Companys revenues are dependent on Paper & Hotel Industry, which have been effected badly due to COVID-19 pandemic and current situation is a cause of concern.

Paper Industry

In India, production of paper and paper board entails enormous challenges- ranging from procurement of raw materials, energy and water to facing the harsh criticism coming from environmental activists and observing a number of complex laws.

The biggest challenge facing paper industry in India is the procurement of raw materials. As availability of waste papers, is limited. The companies have to incur huge transportation cost in shipping waste papers and other raw materials from various countries. As a result, the fortunes of the industry depend on the great extent on the foreign exchange rate.

Hotel Industry

The Hotel industry also has weaknesses and one of them is that the land is expensive in India and most hotels are staffed heavily! The tax structure in the country is also higher as compared to other countries and the hotel rooms in the country are far lesser as well. The services offered by hotels are limited and will not meet with the world standards.

Poor support infrastructure is another weakness which need to be looked upon. Though the government is taking necessary steps, many more things need to be done to improve the infrastructure. The lack of adequate recognition for the tourism industry has been hampering its growth prospects. Whatever steps are being taken by the government are implemented at a slower pace.


Paper Industry

Major changes are taking place in various segments like writing & printing paper, paperboard, newsprint, tissues, etc. New technologies and modern management will have vital part in this process. Besides that many overseas players are entering India by acquiring or by setting up new plants in Indian soil with an aim to make India as a paper manufacturing hub which will bring huge investments to Indian Pulp and Paper Industry.

Today India is an excellent and vibrant market for Paper and Paper products due to high spending of the middle class people and some of the Government initiatives in the Social Development front also make the industry more vibrant. Many Indian Paper Mills are eying now to new mills to setup or joint ventures with existing players abroad to widen their business horizon.

The Govt. of India has relaxed the rules and regulations and also de-licensed the paper industry to encourage investment into this sector and joint ventures are allowed and some of the joint ventures have also started in India. The paper industry in India is looking for state-of-art technologies to reduce its production cost and to upgrade the technology to meet the international standards.

Hotel Industry:

The Government of India has contributed significantly to the growth and development of the industry by providing policy and infrastructural support such as simplification of visa procedures and tax holidays for hotels. In the long term, the demand-supply gap in India is very real and that there is need for more hotels, the average increase in room rates over the last one year has hovered around 22-25%. India, being the only country with the most diverse topography has the potential for the growth of the hotel industry. Due to difference in the climatic condition and the period of holidays, the demand between the national and foreign tourists can easily be managed.


Paper Industry

The increasing competition for wood and other raw materials from the renewable energy sector possess a serious threat on the paper industry. The need for growing supply of low-cost and high-quality imports of commodity-grade papers, especially from China adds to the additional cost of paper industry. Moreover, the need for the woods for the production of paper is indispensable. The impact of climate change on forest health and productivity cannot be ignored. Thereby, it directly impacts the production of paper. This way, the growth of the paper industry is endangered.

Hotel Industry

There have been wide fluctuations in international tourist arrivals. The total dependency of the Hotel industry on foreign tourists can be risky, as there are wide fluctuations in international tourism. Domestic tourism needs to be given equal importance and measures should be taken to promote it.

The Increasing competition is another threat posing the hotel industry. Several international majors like the Four Seasons, Shangri-La and Aman Resorts are entering the Indian markets. This will increase the competition for the existing Indian hotel majors.


Our company follows the diverse set of measures relating to the Human Resource to reduce the hindrances in our Manufacturing Process:

In a manufacturing and service sector concern like ours, it becomes very important to effectively manage all the employees in order to achieve the goals of the organization.

Human resource is very important in the growth and development of a company. It recognizes the importance and contribution of the employees involvement in the operation of the company for the effective result.

We tend to maintain right number of employees at the right time at the right place. Our Companys human resource management strategy maximizes return on investment in the human capital and minimizes financial risk. Human Resources seeks to achieve this by aligning the supply of skilled and qualified individuals and the capabilities of the current workforce, with the companys on-going and future business plans and requirements to maximize return on investment and secure future survival and success. In ensuring to achieve our objectives, the human resource function purpose in this context is to implement the human resource requirements effectively but also practically, taking account of legal, ethical and as far as is practical in a manner that retains the support and respect of the workforce.

The Companys belief in trust, transparency and teamwork improved employee and staff productivity at all levels. Your management is also committed to help the employees and workers to sharpen their skills and to improve their knowledge base for which continuous efforts are made on training and development.


Your company follows a set of measures relating to the internal control system to reduce the risk and proper implementation of the Policies:

The Company has established a sound internal control system which contributes to safeguarding the shareholders investment and the companys assets. A sound system of internal control facilitates the effectiveness and efficiency of operations, helps ensure the reliability of internal and external reporting and assists compliance with laws and regulations.

The Company has an audit committee which oversees the adequacies of the system of the internal control and report to the board. Also the Company has appointed an Internal Auditor to conduct internal audit of the functions and activities of the Company and reported to the Board. All the above business control procedures ensure efficient use and protection of the resources and compliance with the policies, procedures and status.


Presently the Company has been dealing in two segments, i.e., Paper Division and Hotel Division. The details of the both the business segments are as follows:


PRODUCT Current Year (2019-20) Previous Year (2018-19)
Quantity (Kgs) Value (Amt in Rs) Quantity (Kgs) Value (Amt in Rs)
Paper division 53288568 1,838,609,873 60777058 2,204,894,997
Hotel division NA 567,964,061 NA 566,746,187

Details of significant changes (i.e. change of 25% or more as compared to the immediately previous financial year) in key financial ratios:-

Sl. No. Particulars Financial Year 2019-20 Financial Year 2018-19
1. Inventory Turnover 10.414 9.682
2. Interest Coverage Ratio (1.717) 9.903
3. Operating Profit Margin (0.035) 1.153
4. Net Profit Margin (0.051) (0.023)
5. Return on Net Worth (0.370) (0.311)

For and on Behalf of the Board

Magnum Ventures Limited

Sd/- Sd/-
Pradeep Kumar Jain Abhey Jain
Managing Director Whole -Time Director
DIN: 00024879 DIN: 01876385
Add: 113/3, Darya Ganj, Add: 113/3-4, Ansari Road,
New Delhi - 110002 Darya Ganj, New Delhi -110002

Date: 16/10/2020

Place: Ghaziabad