Navneet Publications

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Navneet Publications [ India ] Ltd was set up by the Gala family way back in 1959. Over the decades emerged as the leader in educational products. It is primarily in the business of Educational and children Books Publishing, Scholastic paper stationery and non-paper stationery products. Since 1959, Navneet has been a major force in the dissemination of knowledge. NAVNEET is a dominant player in the field of publishing, with more than 5000 titles in English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati and foreign languages. The company's products are sold under the 'Navneet', 'Vikas', 'Gala', ‘FfUuNn', ‘Boss' and ‘Navneet Nxt' brand names. It's portfolio of syllabus based Books includes high quality supplementary books like Digests (Guides), Workbooks and 21 Question Sets, most of which are published in four languages English, Hindi, Marathi and Gujarati. The company has a dominant market share in Gujarat and Maharashtra. Besides, the new range of supplementary books targeting the students from CBSE and ICSE boards, Navneet's educational products are now made available across India, The company also publishes various titles in the Children and General books category, which are not based on Syllabus, such as Coloring and Activity Books, Board Books, Story Books and Books on Health & Hygiene, Art & Artist, Cooking, Mehendi, Embroidery etc. In 1993, the company saw opportunities in the area of exports of Stationery products, for which it now has the state-of-art manufacturing facilities in Virar (near Mumbai), Guma, Dantali and Silvassa (Union Territories bordering Maharashtra and Gujarat). In the same year Navneet launched its paper stationery products for the domestic market. Product range includes tight bind note books, long books, hard case bound books and drawing books. The company enjoys leading position in premiere stationery markets in India, the Middle East, parts of Africa,…...

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