Monthly Publication of Graphic Arts Industry (Hindi & English) Vol. No. 7 Issue-7 October, 2017 New Delhi Price : Rs. 10/- Annual Subscription : Rs. 120/- Editor : Satish Bajwa
The Saga of MBD
n the world of publishing in India, the first generation entrepreneur, making it to the top will be always remembered with a reverence unparalleled. Late Shri Ashok Kumar Malhotra founder of the MBD Group, embarked upon the journey of book publishing at the tender age of 13 when he published his first book The latest acquisition by the Group of Pressline PRIMA-30, Web Offset Machine in 508MM Cut off consisting of Double Roll Stand, 4 HI Tower and Folder with Quarter Page facility is a feather in our cap, which is under installation
Late Sh. Ashok Kumar Malhotra Founder of the MBD Group
with state-of-the-art pre-press, press and post-press facilities, producing about 5,00,000 books per day. The MBD Group is the largest publishing house in India, publishing books in all the regional languages of
into various industries including E-Learning, M-Learning, Skill Development, Eco Friendly Notebooks, Paper Manufacturing, ICT Infrastructure, Hospitality, Real Estate, Mall Development and Management. MBD Group has been continuously working for the cause of providing education to all with its vision to create “MBD Product for every literate person”. The group has also ventured into the South African and Sri-Lankan markets with its basket of education services. Today, MBD Group has its presence in 3 continents, 30 countries and 5000 cities, and publishes 50 million books a year and around 30 million notebooks. The Group has a large number of employees and a wide network of distributors and booksellers across the country. It is the only publisher which publishes books for all classes, all subjects, all
educational boards in India and in most of the languages spoken in the country along with a few international languages, with complete back-ward and forward integration, right from selfowned paper manufacturing unit to in-house pre-press facilities, in-house printing and binding units, and also its own distribution network with 29 branch offices pan India. The Group now functions under the guidance and mentorship of Mrs. Satish Bala Malhotra, the present Chairperson of the MBD Group. She is also an avid painter. Her
works have been adorning the interiors of all the offices of the Group, and have also been
Mrs. Satish Bala Malhotra (Chairperson) MBD Group. displayed at various art exhibitions. The family tradition along with very astute business direction
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New Chief of PTI – Viveck Goenka The imposing building of the Press Trust of India (PTI), Parliament Street, New Delhi, will now be the seat of Mr. Viveck Goenka who was elected th Chairman on 7 September, 2017. Mr. Goenka, Chairman and Managing Director (The Indian Express Limited) is a qualified Engineer, wildlife photographer and a serious contributor to sustainable development. PRESSLINE PRIMA-30 Web Offset Printing Machine, under installation at Holyfaith International, Sahibabad Unit of MBD Group titled 'General Education', India, for all the state boards, which h e had authored for all the classes and in all the subjects. himself. Today, MBD has eight printing units, fully equipped
The Group with over 6 decades of experience has diversified
PTI is the largest news agency in India. It is a non-profit co-operative among more than 500 Indian newspapers and has more than 1,000 full-time employees, as on January 22, 2016. It employs over 400 journalists and 500 part-time correspondents located in
Mr. Viveck Goenka elected as Chairman of Press Trust of India (PTI)
most of the district headquarters in the country. A few correspondents are based in major capitals and important business centres on the world. It took over the operations of the Associated Press of India from Reuters after India’s independence in 1947. It provides news coverage and information of the region in both English and Hindi.
Mr. Viveck Goenka joins the ranks of many illustrious luminaries from the newspaper world and has earlier served as Chairman of United News of India (UNI), Council Member of Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) and President of Indian Newspaper Society (INS). A deserving head that now wears a new feather in his cap.
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Editorial PRESSLINE News Post GST, Trends Are Uneasy Managing Editor Satish Bajwa
Chief Editor K.R. Chandrahas
ot all seems to auger well, North Korea fires a missile over Japanese skies. China and Pakistan keep their rant about India. Rohingyas continue to be security threat.
Editor R.C. Grover Consulting Editor K.P. Jawa Associate Editor H.L. Choudhary Advertisement Manager Amit Sharma Production Head Rajendra K. Sharma Production Controller Saurabh Gulati Design Anita Arora Circulation Manager Savita Dhall Regd. Office : A-242, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi-110076 Printed at : Saurabh Printers Private Limited, B-280, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-I, New Delhi-110020 All Disputes regarding this magazine will be settled in Delhi Jurisdiction only.
It appears that the confusion over GST has bitten and gnawed into Indian Economy. There was curtailed activity in majority of the Industry like manufacturing,
What seems to be ailing is small scale and disorganize sector that are responsible for contributing at least 40% towards the GDP. Situation
THE EFFECTS OF GST IN INDIA ECONOMY
Incessant rains lash Mumbai to stands still and the Rs. 389 crore, Bhagalpur Dam, collapses a day before inauguration. The figures show that India's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) clocks at 5.7% during April-June, 2017, behind China's for the second quarter. The gloom is over the nation while the Dragon continues to blow hot, blow cold. What the Pandits say that the leading factor for slow down was with the manufacturing sector that grew by just 1.2% compare to 10.7% same quarter last year.
which has come down to an average 17.8%. Talking to some potential investors in the publishing industry it has become clear the landing banks have also become very stressed due to low growth and being laden with high nonperforming assets, which is making the investment scenario very bleak. Not too long ago, may be an year back Indian Economy even by high priced analysts was
FMCG, garments where entrepreneurs were more keen to liquidate the inventories then produce.
particularly as affected the job market and further creation of opportunities for the youth of the Nation. Above decline in the job scenario can have spiraling affect on peace, tranquility and (Remote Managem
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â€œEmpty mind is devil's workshopâ€? can just prove right under the circumstances and disaster can spell doom for the agrarian society and the country folk, as well affect the social fiber due to divisive talks and tendencies surfacing in all corners of the Nation. Unless a very strong fiscal stimulus is quickly put in place the revival will be hard to think of good performance by Philippines, China and even Bangladesh with strong manufacturing performance is above India's growth level story of 5.7%. India is struggling hard to cheapest annual export growth
being projected as a shining star in the Global Economy sky line. Even though the domestic industrial productivity level with an average growth of 7-8% seemed good, however, the fundamentals post announcement of GST and its implications present a worrying picture of nations capacity to continuously sustain a good economic growth . The figures are dismal. The mining, insurance, real estate, financial and professional services sectors slowed down to 6.4% from 9.4% an year ago. Print publishing & manufacturing segment is reeling under a heavy pressure of stagnancy and down trend in productivity due to non-realisation of money from the system. How long and how far can this situation be stretched is anyone guess, unless robust investment and speedy job creation or retention is guaranteed.
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Reminiscences of a Prodigy The Legendry Chairman & Managing Director, as well as the founder of the MBD Group Late Sh. Ashok Kumar Malhotra passed away to heavenly aboard on 30.12.2009. Reproduce below are few excerpts from the memoirs of Mr. Satish Bajwa then : PRESSLINE INDIA came into existence because of Sh. Ashok Ji only. Though we could not start production of machines in the company registered as MBD Printographics on account of some unavoidable reasons, he advised me to venture into this business and with his encouragement and assurance, I started the manufacturing and marketing of machines which are now known brand as PRESSLINE. His achievements to the society are beyond any comparison not only in publication industry but also in several other fields. With a very humble beginning in Jallandhar (Punjab). Shri Ashok Kumar Malhotra entered the publishing trade, at the tender age. First time I met this great person in 1979, when he used to operate from his office at Adda Hoshiarpur in Jallandhar. It was an attempt from my side to encourage him to go in for high speed book production machine. Despite the fact that till that time no one in the book publishing industry had ventured into such technology, he took not much time to give green single. It is needless to mention that now he has several set ups and MBD Group happens to be the largest publisher and printer of books, in India. Mrs. Satish Malhotra, a great lady behind THE LEGEND, is down to earth personality. I have several sweet memories of meeting her during marriages of two daughters and other family functions. PRESSLINE family joins me to remember, our unforgettable Bhra Jee, for rest of our lives.
to this monolith is provided by equally shouldered by Monica Malhotra Kandhari is the Managing Director of the MBD Group. Carrying forward her father's legacy, she has taken the publishing business of MBD to newer heights. Ms. Sonica Malhotra is the Joint Managing Director of the MBD Group. An MBA in Finance from the International
Manage-ment Institute, Ms. Malhotra handles key projects from start to finish, right from project planning to pre-opening and post-opening of hotels and malls. The awards won by the Group can be anyone's envy and the client list is as impressive as can come. As reported by our Senior Correspondent
A Veteran Passes Away – Viren Chhabra
ad it not been the excellence that Late Sh. Viren Chhabra brought to the letter press block making, Raghu Rai, the most celebrated, Indian photographer would not have found the clarity and sharpness that his photographs deserved. The veteran of the print industry Late Sh. Viren Chhabra th passed away on 14 September, 2017 and Pressline News morns the passing away of the colossus who worked for many year as the head of the printing press of the highly respected newspaper “The Statesman”.
years and was responsible for technical transformation that brought him laurels and that culminated in his becoming the International goodwill ambassador and permanent guide of All Indian Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP).
Armed with a diploma in print technology from 19481950 from London School of Printing Late Sh. Chhabra stayed on with the paper for 42
The man was visionary, soft s p o ke n a n d a t h o ro u g h debonair who brought great strength and perspective to the print industry.
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AROUND The Print Panorama PRINTPACK INDIA — 2019 Expected To Be A Huge Crowd Puller
upcoming 14th edition of the st expo is scheduled from 1 February to 6th February, 2019.
show on the graphic art industry as it drew exhibitors from all across the globe.” “Mention of the some countries prominently participated in the PRINTPACK INDIA 2017 were China, UAE (Dubai), Hong Kong, Italy, Saudi Arabia (Riyadh), South Korea, Taiwan, UK, USA, Indonesia,
PAMA (Indian Printing, Packaging and Allied Machinery Manufacturers' Association) has now emerged as huge window for International and domestic manufacturers of printing equipments and is fast becoming as sought after as a smaller version of DRUPA.
Philippines, Thailand, among others, including a host of overwhelming participation of domestic players. The latest data (2015-16) shows that the current market size of the printing and packaging machinery industry is around Rs 23,931 cr, with revenue to be attained US$ 18.6 billion by 2020.”
PAPEREX 2017 At New Delhi
The 14th edition of this biannual show in 2019 will be organised at the India Expo draws the participants Centre, which is a venue Mr. withNandakumar Mr. Dayakar Reddy, President in a debate world class infrastructure and of IPAMA opined that “the state-of-the-art facilities, such domestic graphic industry is as centralised wi-fi/PA system, seeing a new push after lavish lounges and parking lots. PRINTPACK INDIA -2017. The
or years, the paper
industry of India has
become more progressive Reflecting back on the 13th edition of PRINTPACK INDIA, Mr. Naveen Gupta (General Secretary, IPAMA) said, “the expo had turned out to be a mini world
domestic demand is on the rise. According to India Paper Industry Forecast & Opportunities 2017, the industry in the
ranging upto 540 from 33
country registered growth at
countries including Australia,
the CAGR of around 9.6
Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Cyprus,
percent during 2012-2017, in
Czech Republic, Finland, France,
spite all these continued focus
Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, Korea,
on digitisation. Look at the
Japan, Pakistan, Scotland, Malaysia,
figure, paper is expected to rise
Lebanon, Mauritius, Singapore,
53 percent in the next five
South Africa, South Korea, Spain,
years, which may be culmination
Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland,
of increasing population and
Taiwan, Thailand, The Netherlands,
literacy and burgeoning GDP in
UAE, United Kingdom, USA, and
spite of present slow down and
Vietnam, were participated.
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30,000 tonnes costing Rs. 47 billion, with a growth rate of 7.5 per annum over one and the half decades. The Indian printing ink segment is on fast track spurred by hasty growth of print market specially packaging and commercial printing with 700 manufacturer's b o t h s i n o rga n i ze d a n d unorganized sector. Now with large newspapers like the Hindustan Times, The Time of India and others see a shift from normal newsprint to glazed one to achieve heat set result on coldest press and UV Application and UV inks. With the print industry speculated to grow at 8% per annum over the next 5 years,
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Eenadu (Today) Keeps Growing Everyday
ressline News has b e e n co n s c i o u s l y informing the readers about the growth and presence posted during the last three decades by the vernacular language newspapers and what better testimonial of the fact can be than what Mr. I. Venkat, Director, Eenadu, put forth recently. There is no doubt about the growth of the growth of Indian newspapers in the regional domains. It has been proven word from him, who said â€œthe regional newspapers are now gaining new grounds in terms of circulations and readership. He asserted taking the example of Eenadu, which has escalated circulation in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to become a leading regional newspaper in the region, which prompted them to introduce
more editions in the years to come. The supportive fact and figure in this respect is the Information and Broadcasting Ministry's recent report showing printed newspaper received growth of 5.13 percent in 201516, with 110, 851 registered publications. In this, Hindi newspapers and regional dailies are overtaking the advertisingrich English language papers in terms of readership.â€? No doubt, diversity of cultures, languages and social structure apart, the affinity towards language is a matter of great pride for the masses and hence one sees continuous growth in vernacular. Though English is a language for international or domestic business and communication worldwide but it is healthy that the masses are well entrenched in their roots.
Jagran Prakashan Relates to Audience through Films
n the hot race for creating exposure the Indian newspapers are finding innovative way to connect with the readers and audiences across the country
content with audiences across the country, Jagran Film Festival (JFF) brings films of diverse variety and languages under one festival organised in 16 towns.
and so has Jagaran Prakashan Group is creating a culture of cinema and appreciation and an attempt to create a platform to connect great cinematic
The 8th edition from New Delhi has travelled through Kanpur, Lucknow, Allahabad, Varanasi, Agra, Meerut, Dehradun, Hisar, Ludhiana, Patna,
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RUBBER ROLLERS Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Raipur, Indore, and Bhopal and finally culminated in Mumbai on September 18, 2017. The festival attracted more than 50,000 people in last year.
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USP (Unique Sales Propagation) of the festival is that the cast and crew of a few select films are invited to a discussion with the audience on various elements of the film to wherever the
festival travels. An important aspect of the festival is to generate discussions on various aspects of cinema and its impact on society and popular culture.
Bengaluru TOI Scores Over Others
he Times of India with its astute strategy over the last three decades and policies driven by top industry professional, today enjoy a commanding position in South compared to the likes of Deccan Herald and The Hindu. TOI surpasses other publication now in terms of circulation especially in Bengaluru. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC), TOI stands well above the other known dailies in the
South like Deccan Herald and The Hindu. ABC figures also suggest that TOI has gained a credible marginwithacirculation of 4,88,486 copies in Bengaluru; the second and third position being held by Deccan Herald with 1,95,853 copies and The Hindu with 1,30,234 copies. Today, TOI's mighty hold which one time was restricted up to Mumbai and up North is seeing an unprecedented presence at 60% with Deccan Herald at 24% and The Hindu at 16%.
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Print Will never die
· D.B. Corp Ltd. is present in 11 states in Hindi Market. Besides they are also present in 2 states in Gujarati language in Gujarat and Maharashtra, 1 State in Marathi language in Maharashtra and 1 state in English language in Madhya Pradesh.
to vernacular – K.R. Chandrahas
urope and U.S. are fretting under the threat of depleting readership of print media. Many have closed down and the focus has shifted to E-media, but the scenario is robust in India when it is a known fact that India is the most robust newspaper industry globally and has reported a steep growth of 17% during last five years.
The role of vernaculars can't be denied in this progression as Diaspora is young, receiving education and the thirst for news and knowledge is insatiable. Pressline News will outline in forth coming issue as a tribute some heavy weights in language newspaper that are galloping as the mighty stallion across the Indian sub-continent.
magine the Herculean effort that must have gone in by the Agarwal family in shaping the Hindi newspaper that today is the largest circulated Daily Newspaper of India. It is owned by Dainik Bhaskar Group (D.B. Corp Ltd.), the largest Print Media Company of India. Started in Bhopal in 1958, it expanded in 1983 with the launch of Dainik Bhaskar's Indore edition. Today, Dainik Bhaskar Group is present in 14 states with 63 editions in 4 major languages prevalent in India: Hindi, English, Marathi and Gujarati.
Dainik Bhaskar was launched in 1948 to fulfill the need for a Hindi language daily newspaper. It launched under the name Subah Savere in Bhopal and Good Morning India in Gwalior. In 1957, the paper was renamed Bhaskar Samachar.
In 1958, it was renamed Dainik Bhaskar, meaning "This, along with its rising sun graphic, was meant to represent a bright future”. No doubt, that the rising Sun, now almost at its full glow was able to scale the heights as it became a trend setter in creating attractive format and a i m e d a t exc e l l e n c e i n passionate journalism.
presence in 12 states with 64 editions in four different languages. A s t h e p e rc e nt i l e o f education keeps growing one may not see the Sun set for DB Corp. Ltd., as it never did in the British Empire.
· D.B. Corp Ltd. is the only Newspaper Group which has presence in 12 states with 64 editions in 4 different languages namely Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi and English. · D.B. Corp Ltd. is one of the largest print media company in India, publishing 43 editions of Dainik Bhaskar Newspaper (Hindi Daily), 9 editions of Divya Bhaskar Newspaper (Gujarati Daily), 6 editions of Divya Marathi Newspaper (Marathi Daily), 1 edition of DB Post Newspaper (English Daily) and 208 sub-editions in four languages (Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi and English) in 12 states in India. · Their flagship newspapers, Dainik Bhaskar (in Hindi), Divya Bhaskar and Saurashtra Samachar (In Gujarati) and Divya Marathi (in Marathi) have a combined average daily readership of 19.8 million readers. · Dainik Bhaskar announced its successful launch of its new edition from Surat on 30th April, 2017, to cater to around 18 lacs non-Gujarati living population of the city. · Due to their unique launch ability, they have become no. 1 from the date of their launch in almost all places, out placing the decades old local newspaper of that place. · Their flagship Hindi Paper “Dainik Bhaskar” is present in 11 states with 43 editions.
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Very important aspect is the group concentrated on geographical reader connect by making the content local centric and this has translated into multiple centers and editions.
The driving force of Sh. Sudhir Agarwal (Managing Director), Sh. Girish Agarwal, (Executive Director) and Sh. Pawan Agarwal (Deputy Managing Director) has resulted in the DB Corp. Limited present in 11 states in Hindi market, 2 states in Gujarati, 1 state in Marathi and has
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The Criticality of Fan Out Control
registration on the extremities of the printed product.
ne of the critical components used on web offset printing machines is a system that provides for controlling fan out which simply refers to the printed image getting larger as it travels from one printing nip to the next.
There are terms to understand when communicating fanout. Relative print size is the industry term to describe the difference of one printed image to another. In our example above, the relative print size difference is the largest
A bowed roller is interposed upstream of the blanket cylinder of the first printing unit. The bowed roller applies outward lateral forces to the web, to expand the web laterally prior to printing thereon by the blanket cylinder of the first printing unit.
between the black and yellow since the black expanded the most.
The inventor was Thomas F. Curran of United States.
Relative print size is a term that is broken down further.
Let's assume that your web passes through four printing units: Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow, in that order. When the black passes through the last printing unit, the image has expanded. This ex p a n s i o n h a p p e n s t h e greatest to the color that was printed first. The result is poor
Relative print length refers to the image size in the direction of the web, while relative print width refers to the image size across the web. Most pressmen use the term fanout to refer to the difference across the web. Fanout happens because as a printed image passes
through successive print units, it picks up moisture. Between each print unit tension is being controlled across and in the direction of the web. This stretching that takes place literally increases the size of the web marginally. Once the first printed image reaches the last printed unit, there will already be a noticeable difference of register on the edges. BUSTLE WHEELS : Many web presses have wheels mounted between each printing unit. These wheels will ride on the web and literally stretch it apart in difference places as it enters the printing unit. The drawback is that it can cause setoff since physical contact is required with the web. Careful placement can avoid this. A more popular alternative as of late are air bustles. These are simply a controlled blast of air pushing the web up in strategic places. AIR JET : A recent introduction to avoid the set off that the bustle wheels cause due to improper placement and operator apathy is a measurable
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quantum of air jets blown on the web laterally will also effectively control the fan out and this is replacing the
and thus communicated to prepress in order that they can use these values in the software.
mechanical device lately though the concept and the physical factor of lateral stretchability remain the same.
that can affect fan out such as the amount of tension and the amount of water being applied. If you have an automatic registration system that can play a role as well. However these should be more controllable during your press runs.
PRE-PRESS MANAGEMENT : As now the pre-press comprises of computer to plate to make the plates there are softwares available that control the aspect ratio of the image e.g. the first color printed can literally be burned slightly smaller on the plate to allow for the difference as the first color takes the maximum impact of fan out. All this is achieved by tests to determine the value of fan out occurrence
There are other values
This analysis becomes important as most web users or their operators dispense of with bustle wheels as they construe it as interference during operations, but realization of the factor of fan out does help register control which otherwise is blamed on imaginary dynamics.
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