Ratio Analysis of Nepal Multipurpose Cooperative Limited


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This proposal outlines a comprehensive study of ratio analysis of Nepal Multipurpose Cooperative Limited (NMC), a reputed cooperative organization in the country. This study aims to analyze key financial ratios to assess the financial performance, profitability, liquidity and overall health of NMC. By delving deeper into NMC’s financial statements and performance metrics, this research will provide valuable insights and recommendations to assess the cooperative’s financial stability, efficiency and areas for improvement.


The thesis will focus on analyzing the detailed ratios of Nepal Multipurpose Cooperative Limited (NMC), with the following main objectives:

  1. Selection of Financial Ratios: Identifying and selecting key financial ratios relevant to cooperatives, including profitability ratios, liquidity ratios, solvency ratios, and efficiency ratios.
  2. Financial Performance Assessment: Analysis of financial performance of NMC through calculation and interpretation of key ratios. This will include an assessment of the cooperative’s profitability, growth and ability to generate returns for members.
  3. Liquidity Assessment: To assess the liquidity position of the NMC by examining the ratios that measure the ability of the NMC to meet its short-term obligations. This analysis will help determine the cooperative’s ability to handle immediate financial needs.
  4. Solvency Analysis: Assessment of NMC’s solvency and long-term financial stability through examination of ratios that assess NMC’s capital structure and ability to cover long-term debts.
  5. Efficiency and Productivity Assessment: An analysis of NMC’s operational efficiency by calculating ratios that assess its asset management, inventory turnover, and utilization of resources.
  6. Comparative Analysis: Comparative analysis of NMC’s ratios with industry benchmarks and historical data to understand its performance vis-√†-vis other cooperatives and its own past performance.
  7. Trend Analysis: Studying the trend of key ratios over a particular period to identify any patterns, improvements, or concerns in NMC’s financial performance.
  8. Recommendations: Based on the findings from the analysis, providing practical recommendations to enhance the financial performance and efficiency of the NMC. These recommendations may include areas of cost reduction, capital optimization, and strategies to improve profitability.


  • The availability of internal data and the company’s willingness to share information may be a limitation.
  • External factors, such as changes in market demand or economic conditions, could influence the analysis.
  • The study’s scope might not include certain proprietary information or specific internal processes.

The research is use secondary data sources including NMC’s financial reports, industry data, and relevant literature. Expert interviews can be conducted with NMC’s management and industry experts to gain further insights. The objective of this thesis is to present a well-structured and data-driven analysis of the financial health of Nepal Multipurpose Cooperatives Limited, providing valuable insights to support strategic decision-making and potential improvements in the overall financial performance of the cooperatives.

Note: This is a general outline of a proposal and thesis for the Ratio Analysis of Nepal Multipurpose Cooperative Limited (NMC). Actual research design and content may vary depending on the specific requirements and guidelines provided by your academic institution or supervisor.


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