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For doubts, email us at support@thecorporateinstitute.com. Use code OFF25 for 25% off

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Participants from previous batches

  • Chartered Accountants including Rankholders
  • MBAs: IIM Calcutta, Lucknow, Kozhikode and 6 other IIMs, IMT, SP Jain, NMIMS
  • BTech: IIT Delhi, Kanpur, Guwahati and Others, NITs, BITS Pilani etc.
  • BCom and BA from SRCC, Hindu, Hansraj etc.
  • Those working at Big 4s, Nifty 50 and Top Global MNCs
  • From 8 countries across 4 continents


Get a 1 Week internship (Group Project) on Consulting along with a Certificate

Sample Case Study


Your client, Tesla Inc has recently opened an India office. They want to explore the feasibility of launching in India. Your team has been staffed by the Case Partner on this project.

Objective: Evaluate the current products and offerings of Tesla and recommend whether to enter the Indian market


You need to answer the following questions

  1. Given our current models of EVs, and the market for EVs in India, should we enter India? 
  2. If the answer to 1 is yes, should we set up a factory in India or cater the demand by importing our vehicles


To effectively assess the situation, you will need to conduct a thorough research and analysis of the EV market in India. 

The partner has clearly instructed you that the points below are suggestions only. Don’t forget your core objective which is answering the questions raised by the client

Here are some key aspects to consider:

  1.  Market Analysis: Determine the current size and growth rate of the EV market in India. Analyze market trends, consumer preferences, and the competitive landscape.
  2. Identify key factors that influence purchasing decisions, such as price, features, brand reputation etc.
  3. Identify key players in the EV space
  4. Evaluate the pros and cons of EVs from the perspective of the Indian consumer.
  5. Evaluate the status of charging infrastructure in India and whether Tesla will need to invest in that
  6. Identify the price point in rupees at which Tesla could enter with their various models, and what are the alternatives available to consumers at that price point.
  7. Evaluate the import duty structure on EVs
  8. Evaluate the FAME subsidy
  9. Evaluate the FDI structure – whether Tesla can sell in retail on its own and what are the conditions on domestic sourcing
  10. You may use Tesla financials as well as annual reports of Indian competitors – they may contain data on EV sales

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