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Shining India Incredible India Presentation by Leeds University Business School MBA India Cohort 03-04. The group included Arun Tyagi, Naina Cariappa, Asa Sanjay and Rajesh.

Shining India Incredible India Presentation by Leeds University Business School MBA India Cohort 03-04. The group included Arun Tyagi, Naina Cariappa, Asa Sanjay and Rajesh.

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  • I n c r e d i b l e ! n d i a
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  • The saffron stands for courage, sacrifice and the spirit of renunciation. The white, for purity and truth. The green for faith and fertility. The Ashoka Wheel in the centre of the white is the wheel of the law of dharma. The wheel denotes motion. There is life in movement. The wheel represents the dynamism of a peaceful change. I n d i a
  • H I S T O R Y Indus Valley One of the world’s oldest civilisation – 3000 B.C. Vedas The Vedas are perhaps the oldest written text on our planet today. – 800 B.C. Number System India invented the Number System. Zero was invented by Aryabhatta in 458 A.D. Takshashila The world’s first university was established in Takshashila in 700 BC. More than 10,500 students from all over the world studied more than 60 subjects. Sanskrit Sanskrit is the mother of all the European languages – a report in Forbes magazine, July 1987 Ayurveda Ayurveda is the earliest school of medicine known to humans .Vedic system of health care developed in India over 5000 years ago.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Subhash Chandra Bose Bhagat Singh The Great Dynasties By 6th century BC, the Magadh rulers dominated the Northern plains . The Muslim Invasions The first Muslim invasions of the country started with the Mahmud of Gazni, who plundered the sub-continent for its riches between 1001 and 1025. British Rule By the last quarter of the 18th century the English established themselves as the dominant power in India. Towards Independence Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi led India’s freedom struggle through non-violence and civil disobedience. India became independent on August 15, 1947 . Today, India is the world's largest democracy with a federal form of government. H I S T O R Y
  • UNITY IN DIVERSITY
  • D I V E R S I T Y
    • RELIGION
    • LANGUAGES
    • ATTIRE
    • FOOD
    • FESTIVALS
    • DANCES
    • MUSIC
    • TERRAIN
    • ARCHITECTURE
  • PA RA DI GM OF CU LT U RA L DI VE RS IT Y I N I ND IA
    • M A J O R R E L I G I O N S O F I N D I A
    • Hinduism
    • Islam
    • Sikhism
    • Christianity
    • Buddhism
    • Jainism
    • Zoroastrianism
  • RE LI GI ON S
  • JAMA MASJID GOLDEN TEMPLE
  • THE CHURCH OF ST. CATHEDRAL, GOA THE BUDDHA
  • LA NG UA GE S
    • Over 1600 dialects
    • Fifteen national languages recognized by the Indian constitution
    • Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Oriya, Telugu and Urdu.
  • A T T I R E THE SAREE…
  • A T T I R E AND OTHER DRESSES
  • F O O D
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  • KONARK A R C H I T E C T U R E
  • A R C H I T E C T U R E
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  • M O DE R N A R C H I T E C T U R E THE LOTUS TEMPLE
  • D A N C E S
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  • M U S I C
  • F E S T I V A L S
  • THERAPY YOGA AYURVEDA UNANI MODERN MEDICAL T H E R A P Y
  • T H E R A P Y AYURVEDA
  • UNITY
  • D I V E R S I T Y
    • UNITY IN DIVERSITY
    • …… A WAY OF LIFE
    • … .AND THE CHALLNGES
    • COMMON CIVIL CODE
    • INHERITENCE LAWS
    • THE MIGHTY TERRORISM ….
    • ……… .AND THE PETTY RELIGIOUS & POLITICAL CONSIDERATIONS
  • TOGETHER WE SUCCEED
  • P E O P L E O F I N D I A
  • A C H I E V E R S Sabeer Bhatia - Founder of Hotmail Vinod Khosla - Co Founder of Sun Micro Systems Vinod Dham – Creator of Pentium chips Narayan Murthy- Infosys founder Azim Premji- Founder of WIPRO
  • F A C T S A N D F I G U R E S Area 3,287,590 sq km Population 1,049,700,118 Age structure 0-14 years: 32.2% (male 173,973,350; female 163,979,116) 15-64 years: 63% (male 342,620,712; female 319,259,867) 65 years and over: 4.8% (male 25,281,756; female 24,585,317) (2003 est.) GDP $ 600 billion composition by sector agriculture: 25% industry: 25% services: 50% (2002) Exports $ 52 billion Per Capita Income $ 500 Literacy 59.5% Population below poverty line 25% (2002) Source - CIA
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    • A D V A N T A G E I N D I A
    • Strong pool of scientific and technical manpower. Prowess of IITs, IIMs and ISB well known. One of the largest English-speaking population.
    • India rated as the most attractive destination for offshore business processing by global consultancy A T Kearney.
    • India is the 4th largest economy, in terms of purchasing power parity. Tenth most industrialized economy.
    • Political stability and broad consensus on reforms. Liberal and transparent foreign investment regime. Strong and independent judicial system.
    • Well developed banking system. Vibrant capital market. National Stock Exchange third largest, Bombay Stock Exchange fifth largest in terms of number of trades.
    • Among the highest rates of returns on investment. Profitability of US investments in India: 19.33% in 2000 (according to US Department of Commerce).
    • C H A L L E N G E S
    • Roads: 7000 kms of National Highways being offered during the current year.
    • Urban Infrastructure: Development of townships for the rapidly growing, increasingly affluent urban middle class.
    • Ports: Government of India's initiative of developing ports – ‘Sagar Mala' with an investment of $22 billion.
    • Power: Addition of 100,000 MW required over the next 10 years. Installed capacity 106,000 MW. Hydro-electric initiative to develop 50,000 MW.
    • Telecommunications: Cellular phones increasing @ 1.5 million every month. Figure to rise to 100 million in the next 3-4 years.
    • GREAT MACRO-ECONOMIC SHOW
    • India among world's fastest growing economies. (Graph on top right shows Indian GDP growth since 1996-97). GDP grew 8.3% in the last quarter.
    • Average GDP growth of 5.4% during the 9th Five-Year Plan (1997-2002).
    • Exports registered growth of over 19% in 2002-03.
    • Foreign exchange reserves at an all-time high of over $100 billion.
    • Increase in forex during the fiscal year in 2002-03: $20 billion.
    • India's economic growth is sustained.
    • The nation's GDP is expected to grow by over 7.0 % this year.
    • A PROACTIVE FDI POLICY
    • Attracting compulsory licensing; or for acquisition of shares in an existing company.
    • Sectors not open to FDI. (Gambling, lottery, et cetera.)
    • Foreign technology collaborations freely allowed under automatic and government approval routes.
    • India FDI Outlook
    • India rated best destination for outsourcing and 6th most attractive destination for FDI, according to AT Kearney.
    • Major destination for foreign venture capital funds. Pie chart, right bottom, shows country-wise FDI inflows. Among top 10 tourist destinations.
    • Modernisation of legislations on intellectual property. All IPR Laws are TRIPS compliant. Intellectual Property Appellate Tribunal functional.
  • I N D I A @Future By 2050, India will be world’s third largest economy after China and US - Goldman Sachs, 2003.