MBA 2nd semester assigenment, Financial Accounting

Considering the following information, what is the price of the share as per Gordon’s
Model?
Details of the Company
Net sales
Rs.120 lakhs
Net profit margin
12.5%
Outstanding preference
shares
Rs.50 lakhs@ 12%
dividend
No. of equity shares
25, 000
Cost of equity shares
12%
Retention ratio
40%
Rate of interest (ROI)
16% . How to slove this problem
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