Swot analysis of INDIAN ECONOMY

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Swot analysis of INDIAN ECONOMY

  1. 1. ANUSHA K TUKE Department of MBA, Jain College of Engineering. 2013 SWOT ANALYSIS OF INDIAN ECONOMY 1Dept of MBA, Jain College of Engineering.
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION • India is the 10th largest economy in world in terms of GDP 3rd largest by PPP. • Population: 1.22 billion • Yearly increase: 18 million • Major group: 50% - 0 – 25 years • More than 1.53 billion people by the end of 2030. • Average life expectancy: 68.6 years • Economic growth rate slowed to around 5.3% for the 2012–13 fiscal year. 2Dept of MBA, Jain College of Engineering.
  3. 3. STRENGTH  Agriculture  High percentage of cultivable land 56.78%  Huge English speaking population  Availability of skilled manpower  Extensive Higher Education  Diversified nature of the economy System  Third largest reservoir of engineers  High growth rate of economy  Rapid growth of IT and BPO sector brining valuable foreign exchange  Abundance of natural resources 3Dept of MBA, Jain College of Engineering.
  4. 4. Weakness  Very High percentage of workforce involved in agriculture which involves only 17.2% of GDP  Rural poverty leads horrible wave of suicides by indebted farmers  In rural India, about 34 percent of the population lives on less than $1.25 a day  Coal Mines Corruption – Illegal allotment and Kick Backs  Inequality in prevailing socio economic conditions  Poor infrastructural facilities  Huge population leading to scarcity of resources  Low literacy rate  Unequal distribution of wealth  Rural urban divide, leading to inequality of high standards 4Dept of MBA, Jain College of Engineering.
  5. 5. Opportunities • Scope for entry of private firms in various sectors for business • Inflow of Foreign Direct Investment • Huge foreign exchange earnings • Area of biotechnology • Area of Infrastructure • Huge Domestic Market • Huge natural gas deposits found in India, • Huge agricultural resources, fishing, plantation crops, livestock • Investment in R & D, engineering design • Huge population of India in foreign countries . • Vast forest area and diverse wildlife 5Dept of MBA, Jain College of Engineering.
  6. 6. THREATS  Global economy recession/slowdown  High fiscal deficit  Volatility in crude oil prices across the world  Growing Import bill -$461.4 billion  Population explosion, rate of growth of population still high  Inflation: 6.87 per cent in July of 2012  Agriculture excessively dependent on monsoons . 6Dept of MBA, Jain College of Engineering.
  7. 7. CONCLUSION • Indian economy is robust in nature • Banking & credit system have been able to survive the down turn. • Youth of INDIA • Economists predict that India economy will be the third largest by 2025 after USA & China. 7Dept of MBA, Jain College of Engineering.
  8. 8. REFERENCES • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_India • http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_SWOT_analysis_of_Indi an_economy • http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2012-07- 27/news/32889541_1_indian-economy-india-s-gdp-fy20 • Economic Environment of Business S.K Mishra & V.K Puri 8Dept of MBA, Jain College of Engineering.
  9. 9. THANK YOU 9Dept of MBA, Jain College of Engineering.

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