INDIA : A Brief Understanding
Introducing a country with over 1.23

billion people

Second most populated country in the world and the largest democracy...
Divided into 28 states and 7
union territories

Hosts 640 districts, 5767 tehsils, 7933

towns and more than 600,000 villa...
Diversity in Diversity

India speaks a 152 languages and 1652 mother

tongues , is also home to 6 major religions and
many...
The 6rd largest economy in the world with a GDP of over 1.84 Trillion at

PPP
Between 1991-2013 the economy has grown clos...
Drivers for growth
1. India is one of the youngest populations in the world with over
799 million (65%) under the age of 35 years

2. Literac...
Presently 210 million households

Total consuming households set to grow to
65 million by 2015
3. Disposable income of consumer base on constant
rise, reaching an all time high in 2011

4. Rapid increase in the flow o...
India has been moving from a primarily agrarian
economy since towards a manufacturing and service
industry
Contribution to...
Top Sectors by contribution to GDP - 2013

The top 5 sectors contribute to more than 70% of the
economies products

23%
15...
Industries in Focus
Transport Infrastructure : Roads & Rail
India has a very low per capita consumption of steel compared to
most developing nations, especially China. However with p...
India currently has the second largest road
network in the world at 3.3 million kms

Heavy investments are being made by p...
One of the worlds largest and comprehensive railroad
networks with 115,000 kms of rail tracks, connects
majority of cities...
Automobile Industry
6th largest manufacturing industry globally

17.3 million units sold domestically (2011-12)
Asia’s third largest exporter ...
India’s automobile industry is set
to reach US$ 12 billion in 2014
Although the automobile market has shown a slight
slowdown, there has been a positive growth y.o.y
There are positive sign...
Real Estate & Construction
India is expected to emerge as the

world’s third largest construction
market by 2020
To aggregate approximately US$ 380 b...
Current FDI in Real Estate

Projected to become a

(RE) at $4 Billion projected to

$1 Trillion construction

be at $25 Bi...
Fierce Competitive Framework
Across categories there are numerous players
looking to tap into the large consumer base in

India
Automobiles : 53 compan...
With multiplicity of choice, across
categories both in B2B & B2C ensuring the
market in India has shifted long ago from a
...
While the pie itself is growing, there is fierce
competition across industries and sectors to
get a bigger share

Therefor...
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  • While the official state language of India is Hindi and second English ; according to a population Census report India has 30 languages spoken by more than a million people and 122 by more than 10,000Further it has 1652 mother tongues actively spoken in the country.Further, Hinduism (80.5%) is followed by the majority of Indian population, there are many other religions which are practiced such as Islam (13.4), Christianity (2.3), Sikhism (1.9), Buddhism (0.8), Jainism (0.5) etc.
  • Over 65% of the population is under the age of 35 years : This gives India a large base of working-age/employable population and skilled labourLiteracy rate has been on the constant rise and currently stands at 74% : Indicating the large labour pool contributes more and more towards skilled labour
  • Over 65% of the population is under the age of 35 years : This gives India a large base of working-age/employable population and skilled labourLiteracy rate has been on the constant rise and currently stands at 74% : Indicating the large labour pool contributes more and more towards skilled labour
  • Disposable income of consumer base on constant rise, reaching an all time high in 2011.The per capita income has risen from $186.106 in 1991 to $929 in 2010 (PPP)Since post liberalisation in 1991, there has been a constant increase in the flow of FDI, especially towards key growth sectors such as infrastructure & construction, automobiles, real estate among others ($0.13B in 1990-91 to $30.3B in 2011)
  • % contribution of agriculture has been on a constant decline, while sectors such as Real Estate, Banking, IT & ITES and Transportation’s % contribution has been on the rise, showing that India has been constantly moving from a primarily agrarian economy to manufacturing and services 6: Transportation (8.5%)7: Engineering & Machinery (8%)8: Chemical Industry (7%)9: Tourism (6.23%)10: Textile (4%)
  • % contribution of agriculture has been on a constant decline, while sectors such as Real Estate, Banking, IT & ITES and Transportation’s % contribution has been on the rise, showing that India has been constantly moving from a primarily agrarian economy to manufacturing and services 6: Transportation (8.5%)7: Engineering & Machinery (8%)8: Chemical Industry (7%)9: Tourism (6.23%)10: Textile (4%)
  • 5846 kms of 4 lane highways connecting 4 metros currently on wayN-S-E-W corridors of 7142 kms 4 lane highways under development Expansion of current 12,109 km highways to 4 lane under wayProgram for 6 laning 6,500 kms of National Highways under way
  • 5846 kms of 4 lane highways connecting 4 metros currently on wayN-S-E-W corridors of 7142 kms 4 lane highways under development Expansion of current 12,109 km highways to 4 lane under wayProgram for 6 laning 6,500 kms of National Highways under way
  • Route of 65,000 kmsWith 75,000 stationsPresently (2013) 36% of the rail route is electrified However rapid modernisation has been taking place within the sectore.g. converting narrow gauge to broad gauge tracks has increased from 45% to 87% in just over 3 decades
  • Manufacturing industry 6th largest in the world3.9 million units annually as of 201117.3 million units sold domestically in 2011-12 Asia’s third largest exporter of passenger cars behind Japan & South Korea at 2.91 million units in 2011-12In 2011 there were 3, 695 factories producing automotive parts all over IndiaIndia’s automobile exports expected to cross $12 Billion by 2014
  • Manufacturing industry 6th largest in the world3.9 million units annually as of 201117.3 million units sold domestically in 2011-12 Asia’s third largest exporter of passenger cars : behind Japan & South Korea at 2.91 million units in 2011-12In 2011 there were 3, 695 factories producing automotive parts all over IndiaIndia’s automobile exports expected to cross $12 Billion by 2014
  • given the current density of cars per 1000 people, there is a high headroom for growth
  • In the last decade, the country has witnessed a tremendous housing boom and over the span of five years, from 2012 to 2016, the real estate sector is expected to account for 43% of the construction spend in India. This segment is forecast to achieve a CAGR of 13.6% during this period.
  • Current FDI in Real Estate (RE) at $4 Billion projected to be at $25 Billion in 10 yearsRE is a $180 Billion industry growing at CAGR of 11%For the construction industry The Planning Commission of India has budgeted an investment of $320 billion through budgetary sources and Public Private Partnerships in the latest five year plan (11th).Projected to become a $1 Trillion construction market by 2025
  • A Brief Understanding of India

    1. INDIA : A Brief Understanding
    2. Introducing a country with over 1.23 billion people Second most populated country in the world and the largest democracy.
    3. Divided into 28 states and 7 union territories Hosts 640 districts, 5767 tehsils, 7933 towns and more than 600,000 villages
    4. Diversity in Diversity India speaks a 152 languages and 1652 mother tongues , is also home to 6 major religions and many more faiths
    5. The 6rd largest economy in the world with a GDP of over 1.84 Trillion at PPP Between 1991-2013 the economy has grown close to 5x up from 310 billion India GDP Growth Rate 1991-2012 12 10 8 6 % Growth 4 2 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 0
    6. Drivers for growth
    7. 1. India is one of the youngest populations in the world with over 799 million (65%) under the age of 35 years 2. Literacy rate has been on the constant rise and presently stands at 74%
    8. Presently 210 million households Total consuming households set to grow to 65 million by 2015
    9. 3. Disposable income of consumer base on constant rise, reaching an all time high in 2011 4. Rapid increase in the flow of FDI towards growth sectors ; Infrastructure, Construction, Automobiles and Real Estate
    10. India has been moving from a primarily agrarian economy since towards a manufacturing and service industry Contribution to GDP by Industry % GDP 1950 % GDP 1991 % GDP 2013 58.9 57 39.8 32.8 27.4 16 Agriculture 27 10.3 Manufacturing Services
    11. Top Sectors by contribution to GDP - 2013 The top 5 sectors contribute to more than 70% of the economies products 23% 15.7% Retail & Wholesale Agriculture 13.5% Real Estate 10% Banking & Insurance 9% IT & ITES
    12. Industries in Focus
    13. Transport Infrastructure : Roads & Rail
    14. India has a very low per capita consumption of steel compared to most developing nations, especially China. However with planned investments in infrastructure and a growing constructions & real estate market this scenario is poised to change Per capita consumption of steel China India World Average 460 216.9 60 China India World Average
    15. India currently has the second largest road network in the world at 3.3 million kms Heavy investments are being made by public and private entities into improving the existing networks as well as building more roads. Golden Quadrilateral – 5846 kms of 4 lane highways connecting 4 metros
    16. One of the worlds largest and comprehensive railroad networks with 115,000 kms of rail tracks, connects majority of cities and towns in India; facilitating business and commute for millions of people daily.
    17. Automobile Industry
    18. 6th largest manufacturing industry globally 17.3 million units sold domestically (2011-12) Asia’s third largest exporter of passenger cars 2011 there were 3,965 factories producing automotive parts across the country
    19. India’s automobile industry is set to reach US$ 12 billion in 2014
    20. Although the automobile market has shown a slight slowdown, there has been a positive growth y.o.y There are positive signs for increased growth rates Automobile Market Overview Brazil 249 Russia India USA World 439 293 148 Brazil China Russia India 136.7 85 China USA World
    21. Real Estate & Construction
    22. India is expected to emerge as the world’s third largest construction market by 2020 To aggregate approximately US$ 380 billion between 2012-16
    23. Current FDI in Real Estate Projected to become a (RE) at $4 Billion projected to $1 Trillion construction be at $25 Billion in 10 years market by 2025 The Planning Commission of RE is a $180 Billion India has budgeted an industry growing at investment of $320 billion in CAGR of 11% the latest five year plan
    24. Fierce Competitive Framework
    25. Across categories there are numerous players looking to tap into the large consumer base in India Automobiles : 53 companies – multiple brands Insurance : 14 companies Media : Over 150 media companies Real Estate : Over 100 Real Estate companies in the organised sector
    26. With multiplicity of choice, across categories both in B2B & B2C ensuring the market in India has shifted long ago from a sellers market to a buyers market
    27. While the pie itself is growing, there is fierce competition across industries and sectors to get a bigger share Therefore Customer centricity will be the fulcrum on which businesses need to be built

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