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  • 1. PRESENTATION ON SIX WEEKS SUMMER TRAINING AT APAR INDUSTRIES
    Presented By:
    PujaPriyadarshani
    MBA 2 IB
  • 2. Established : 1958
    Head Office: Vadodara (Gujarat)
    Registered Office: Mumbai
    Founder: Mr. Dharmish  D. Desai
  • 3. PRODUCTS
    Petroleum Specialties
    Power Transmission Conductors
  • 4. COMPETITORS
    SterliteOpticals Ltd. In conductor division
    And following are the companies in Oil division
    Savita chemicals Ltd.
    Raj Industries Ltd.
    Gulf Oil Ltd.
  • 5. SWOT Analysis of Apar Industry
    STRENGTH
    Rich resources of raw material
    Highly competitive
    High quality machinery
    Strong supplier relationship
  • 6. WEAKNESS
    Inflationary pressures the company may not be able to control expenses
    • Dependent on the fluctuation of raw material prices
    • 7. Sale is limited only to the developing countries
  • OPPERTUNITY
    Demand of oil and conductor
    Few competitor
  • 8. THREATS
    Soaring crude oil prices
    Rise and/or fall of the foreign exchange rate
  • 9. PART – B
  • 10. title
    GEMS AND JEWELLERY EXPORT FROM INDIA:
    CURRENT SCENARIO
  • 11. OBJECTIVES
    To review the present status of the Indian Gems and Jewellery Sector & Analyze its contribution to the economy.
    To evaluate the export performance of Indian Gems and Jewellery.
    To study about the competitive position of Indian Gems and Jewellery export.
    To analysis the vital steps for improving the Gems & Jewellery export.
     
  • 12. BACKGROUND
    Gems & Jewellery Sector
  • 13. SWOT ANALYSIS OF INDIAN GEMS AND JEWELLERY INDUSTRY
    Strength
    • One million craftsmen are associated with this industry.
    • 14. Availability of cheap and skilled labour.
    • 15. Excellent marketing network.
    • 16. Supportive government policy.
  • WEAKNESS
    Firms lacking technological expertise.
    Low productivity.
    Raw material need to be imported.
  • 17. OPPORTUNITY
    New markets in Europe and Latin America.
    Growing demand in South Asian & Far East countries.
    Depreciating rupee value.
  • 18. THREATS
    China, Sri Lanka and Thailand entry in small diamond segment.
    Absence of latest technology.
    Unusual increase in the price of gold and rough diamonds.
  • 19. MAJOR PLAYERS
    Reliance Retail
    D’ Damas India
    Swarovski
    Gitanjali Group’s “Nakshatra”
    Mumbai-based Vardhman
    Dubai-based Joy Alukkas
    Vishwa and Devji Diamonds
    Gitanjali Gems Ltd
  • 20. Gems and Jewellery Export
    April-December 2008 - US$ 15 billion
    2007-08 - US$ 20.8 billion
    2006-07 - US$ 17.1 billion, witnessing a growth of 22.27 per cen.
  • 21. EXPORT (Sectored)
  • 22. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
    Research Design: Descriptive
    Universe: All exporters of Gems and Jewellery products.
    Population: All Gems and Jewellery exporter operating in Mumbai.
    Sample unit: Any Gems and Jewellery exporter operating in Mumbai.
  • 23.
    • Sample size:
    Sample size of this research is 22 respondents.
    • Sampling technique:
    Convenience sampling by Time.
    • Data Analysis and Interpretation:
    For the purpose of analyzing, the responses to each question was calculated and shown in the form of pie charts and from these results had been carried out.
  • 24. DATA ANALYSIS
    Figure 4.1 showing contribution of gems and jewellery industry to the Indian Economy (N = 22)
  • 25. Figure 4.2 showing the areas in which gems and jewellery sector contributes significantly (N = 22)
  • 26. Figure 4.3 showing the impact of the policies of globalization and liberalization on export of Gems and Jewellery in India (N = 22) 
  • 27. Figure 4.4 shows the positive impact of e-commerce on Indian Gems and Jewellery Industry (N = 22)
  • 28. Figure 4.5 shows benefits of e-commerce in urban areas leaving behind rural artesian (N = 22)
  • 29. Figure 4.6 shows better potential importers of Indian Gems and Jewellery (N = 22)
  • 30. Figure 4.7 shows products exported from India to other countries (N = 22)
  • 31. Figure 4.8 shows the problems of export of Gems and Jewellery (N = 22)
  • 32. Figure 4.9 shows measures that can be taken for improving export potential of Gems and Jewellery sector in India (N = 22)
  • 33. 4.10 shows the export potential of Indian Gems & Jewellery products in comparison with other countries (N = 22)
  • 34. Figure 4.11 shows the future of Gems and Jewellery industry in India (N=22)
  • 35. FINDINGS
    Gems and Jewellery sector have a significant impact on Indian Economy.
    Globalization and Liberalization policies has accelerated the export in the Gems and Jewellery sector in India.
    Gems and Jewellery sector in India has greatly benefited from the e-commerce business strategy still it is beneficial mainly to urban areas as compared to rural areas.
  • 36. From India the major export of Gems and Jewellery is to USA
    The major product which is exported is necklace followed by bangles and then by ring and other products.
    Foreign country having better quality of jewellery product, lack of institutional support to the exporters high level of domestic competition in India are the major problems of Gems and Jewellery sector.
  • 37. Establishment of special economic zone for Gems and Jewellery sector should be there in order to increase export, trade policy should be supportive and institutional help should also be provided to this sector.
    The future market for export of Gems and Jewellery sector in India is good.
  • 38. THANK YOU

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