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20-Nov2012

DMC Education

The Sales for the quarter ended March 2012 of Rs. 7.33 million declined by -83.00% from Rs. 43.13 millions.The Net Loss for the quarter ended March 2012 is Rs. -10.27 millions as compared to Net Profit of Rs. 6.66 millions of corresponding quarter ended March 2011Operating profit Margin for the quarter ended March 2012 slipped to -108.59% as compared to 27.06% of corresponding quarter ended March 2011

(Rs. in Million)
ParticularsMarch 2012March 2011 % Change
Net Sales7.3343.13-83.00
PAT-10.276.66-254.20
operating profit margin(%)-108.5927.06-501.34

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