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  1. 1. Clusters in IndiaInstitute for Competitiveness (IFC), India is an independent, international initiative centred in India, dedicated to enlarging and disseminating the body ofresearch and knowledge on competition and strategy, pioneered over the last 25 years by Professor M.E. Porter of the Institute for Strategy andCompetitiveness, Harvard Business School (ISC, HBS), USA. IFC, India works in affiliation with ISC, HBS, USA to offer academic & executive courses, conductindigenous research and provide advisory services to corporate and Government within the country. The institute studies competition and its implications forcompany strategy; the competitiveness of nations, regions & cities; suggests and provides solutions for social problems. IFC, India brings out India CityCompetitiveness Report, India State Competitiveness Report, India Economic Quarterly, Journal of Competitiveness and funds academic research in the areaof strategy & competitiveness. To know more about the institute write to us at 1
  2. 2. Macro Economic Trends in India – The Big Idea Factor Conditions The The rural Base of and the Indian the urban Demand Middle Conditions Pyramid India Class The Big Idea Opportunities in India India versus Bharat
  3. 3. Income Distribution Rich Destitutes Consumers Aspirants Climbers
  4. 4. Indian Auto Cluster
  5. 5. Indian Auto Cluster – What is expected
  6. 6. Indian Auto Cluster – Driven by Auto Component Outsourcing
  7. 7. Indian Life Science Clusters •NIPER •PGI Chandigarh •IMTECH • DBT, DST, CSIR, DP, ICMR, ICAR •IISER • Translational Health Sciences Cluster • Proposed Agri Biotech Park •National Institute of Immunology •ICGEB • Institute of Genomics & Integrative Biology • National Brain Research Centre •JNU, Delhi University•PERD, NIPER•Savli Biotech Park• Proposed Biotech Park in • CDRI, IITR, CIMAP, NBRIAhmedabad • Lucknow Biotech Park• MS Univ Baroda • Indian Inst of Chemical Biology•TIFR • IIT Kharagpur•IIT Bombay, Univ of Mumbai • Bose Institute•National Chemical Laboratory • Dept. of Biotechnology, CU• National Centre for Cell Sciences • IISER, DBT Institute, Haringhata• Pune University, IISER• International Biotech Park •Indian Institute of Chemical Technology •Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology• Indian Institute of Science •Centre for DNA Fingerprinting & Diag•National Centre for Biological Sciences •National Institute of Nutrition, ICRISAT•Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced • University of Hyd, Osmania UnivScientific Research •IKP Knowledge Park, SP Biotech Park• University of Agricultural Sciences• Stem Cell Institute•IBAB, ABLE • Anna University •IIT Madras • TICEL Biotech Park • Women’s Biotech Park
  8. 8. Typology of Clusters Turnover (Rs. inS.No Name of the cluster No. of firms Employment crores) Large Clusters 1 Tirupur Cotton Knitwear Cluster 7200 300000 11000 2 Delhi Ready Made Cluster 2039 50000 4000 3 Chennai Leather Cluster 1195 40000 2020 4 Panipat Made ups Cluster 7435 260000 1200 5 Ludhiana Knitwear Cluster 12000 500000 5000 6 Rajkot Engineering Cluster 2190 62800 5450 7 Surat Diamond Cluster 6000 700000 72000 8 Ahmedabad Pharmaceuticals Cluster 1290 41000 10250 Small Clusters 1 Kaithun Handloom Cluster 1500 1500 2 2 Baruipur Surgical Instruments 500 7500 5 3 Gurera Beads cluster 800 2500 2 4 Madhepura Jaggery Cluster 221 3000 10 5 Lonavala Chikki Cluster 100 950 20 6 Pareo Brassware Cluster 500 4000 18 7 Parwanoo Light Engineering Cluster 75 2000 70 8 Roorkee Survey Instruments 250 5000 50
  9. 9. Cluster Development in India: MSME’s CDP in IndiaThe Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), Government of India hasadopted the cluster development approach as a key strategy for enhancing the productivity andcompetitiveness as well as capacity building of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) and theircollectives in the country.Objectives of the Scheme:To support the sustainability and growth of MSEs by addressing common issues such asimprovement of technology, skills and quality, market access, access to capital, etc.To build capacity of MSEs for common supportive action through formation of self help groups,consortia, upgradation of associations, etc.To create/upgrade infrastructural facilities in the new/existing industrial areas/ clusters of MSEs.To set up common facility centres (for testing, training centre, raw material depot, effluenttreatment, complementing production processes, etc).
  10. 10. 9 e 12 UK DL LICY GJ PO T E ONOMIC T HE C IMESON S UR AT DAYMUMBAI 27 NOVEMBE 2010 * R DE BURDE BT HR population to grow BR INDIA 10NL SK CG KR OR Statescan harnesstheir 6 MZ ARHP 8 GOTR MG KA RJ JH PJ TN AP WB MH UP Gross debt to GDPu n a ( population to grow 4 JK AS MP Gross debt l (USdollars in billions capita (USdollars) f Gross debt per MN 2 AN Gross debt per PD working-age mPOLICIES THAT MAKE PRODUCTIVE USE OF AVAILABLE RESOURCES AR 0 person (USdollars) 2 POLICIES THAT MAKE PRODUCTIVE USE OF AVAILABLE RESOURCES ARE CRITICAL 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 Source: IMFFiscal Monitor, ILO Economically-Active Po P opulation size in lakhs u PE OPLEPOWER PEOPLEPOWER States contributing to India’s G growth DP Comparison of state population growth and G growth DP S b O States contributing to India’sDP growth higher than national average) (G G DP growth (G growth higher than national average) DP GDP Population growth rate 14 UK HR DL CH ind d S C tate handigarh (India avg 7.99) (India avg 1.55) Population 13.12 12 GJ BR THE EXPLOS GDP Delhi growth rate 11.86 5.05 3.11 10 AP S C K G NL SERIOUS LO B State (India avg 7.99) (India avg 1.55) 1.59 Uttarakhand 11.8 KR OR HP Haryana 11.69 1.98 Population TR KR AR MH GO u P Chandigarh 13.12 Gujarat Bihar 5.05 10.8 10.83 1.64 1.86 growth rates are HIGHER 8 MG R J MZ l g w Delhi 11.86 Chhattisgarh 3.11 than national TN WB JH G Sikkim 9.78 9.6 1.76 1.58 average 6 P J UP AN s d f Uttarakhand 11.8 Nagaland 1.59 9.54 4.89 AS JK MN PD Haryana 11.69 Himachal Pradesh 8.88 1.98 P 1.59 opulation 4 MP t m n growth rates h Gujarat 10.8 Andhra Pradesh1.64 Orissa 9.52 9.37 0.99 P are HIGHER rates 1.07 opulation 2 gatenet government de trillion —44% of world Bihar 10.83 Meghalaya 1.86 8.05 1.39 growth —in 2015. Advanced e Chhattisgarh 9.78 Tripura Pradesh 8.79 1.76 8.4 than national 0.99 are LOWER 0 P ad es ras timatesther Sikkim Arunachal 9.6 Kerala 1.58 9.55 average average 1.27 0.77 than national 0 1 2 3 4 vanced economieswill 5 ther to 85% in 2015. In ARINDAM better. Thecorres pondi R Nagaland 9.54 14Population size vs G growth rate 4.89 DP er chunk of working-age people, whocan among s opulation growthwhich are als corres P others, that is dragging force, (%) o pondingly far 26%srespectively. In 20 everal contribute to theG and generate high- down the economic growth of relatively moreproductive. DP gros domes product tic I Himachal Pradesh 8.88 12 1.59 CH UK DL NL S C KR K G HR GJ BR er output per capita. affluent s tates like Maharas In fact, theInternational Labour Orga- : nataka and T htra, Kar- G up 2: S ro tates with healthy G and DL: Delhi tated that India will such asBihar, Andhra Pradesh andtates Nadu growth:rates, suchP must fo- AS Assam amil Nadu. 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  11. 11. Thank You