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Economic development (2)
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Economic development (2)
Economic development (2)
Economic development (2)
Economic development (2)
Economic development (2)
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Economic development (2)
Economic development (2)
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Economic development (2)
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  • 1. Economic Development 2012Economic Development 2012The Indian SceneThe Indian Scene2011-12 / 2012-132011-12 / 2012-13
  • 2. •Economic development consists of the reduction or elimination ofpoverty, inequality and unemployment within the context of a growingeconomy•Traditional economic measures: GDP: is the market value of all final goods and services producedwithin a country in a given period of time GNP: is the market value of all final goods and services producedby permanent residents of a country in a given period of timeECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
  • 3. MAJOR INDICATORS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT►Gross Domestic Product (GDP)Gross domestic product is a measure of economic activity in a country. It is calculatedby adding the total value of a country’s annual output of goods and services.GDP = private consumption +investment + public spending+ the change ininventories +(exports - imports).It is usually valued at market prices; by subtracting indirect tax and adding anygovernment subsidy.►Gross National Product (GNP)GNP is calculated by adding to GDP the income earned by residents from investmentsabroad, less the corresponding income sent home by foreigners who are living in thecountry.►National DebtNational debt is the total outstanding borrowing of a country’s government (usuallyincluding national and local government).►Trade BalanceThe balance of trade (or net exports, sometimes symbolized as NX) is the differencebetween the monetary value of exports and imports of output in an economy over acertain period.
  • 4. ►Credit RatingA credit rating estimates the credit worthiness of an individual, corporation, or even acountry. It is an evaluation made by credit bureaus of a borrower’s overall credithistory. A credit rating is also known as an evaluation of a potential borrower’s abilityto repay debt, prepared by a credit bureau at the request of the lender.►Distribution of WealthThe distribution of wealth is a comparison of the wealth of various members or groupsin a society. It differs from the distribution of income in that it looks at the distribution ofownership of the assets in a society, rather than then current income of members ofthat society.Wealth is a person’s net worth, expressed as:Wealth = Assets − Liabilities
  • 5. 77COMPARISON OF GNPCOMPARISON OF GNPGNP Per Capita (US $)Country Exchange rate PPPUK 24,500 23,550USA 34,260 34,260Zimbabwe 480 2,590Bangladesh 380 1,650China 840 3,940India 460 2,390Sri Lanka 870 3,470
  • 6. DRIVERS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTDrivers of economic development are the economy operating sectors which areresponsible for the growth and development of country’s economy. In Indian contextthe major operating sectors are:AgricultureIndian Industry.Balance of Payments.Exchange Rate.Foreign Direct Investment.
  • 7. AGRICULTURE•Share in National Income: The contribution from agriculture has beencontinuously falling from 55.1% in 1950-51 to 37.6% in 1981-82 & further to 18.5%in 2011-12. But agriculture still continues to be the main sector because it provideslivelihood to a majority of the people.•Largest Employment Providing Sector: in 1951, 69.5% of the workingpopulation was engaged in agriculture. This percentage fell to 66.9% in 1991 & to56.7% in 2001.•Provision of Food Surplus to the Expanding Population: Because of theheavy pressure of population in labor-surplus economies like India & its rapidincrease the demand for food increases at a fast rate. Experts foresee that by theend of 11thfive year plan (i.e., 2011-2012), the demand for food-grains is expectedto increase to 280.6 million tons. Meeting this demand would require 2% growthper annum. The challenge facing the country is clear as during the last 10 yearsthe food-grains have been growing at a meager 0.48%.
  • 8. INDIAN INDUSTRY
  • 9. Industry accounts for 28% of the GDP and employ 14% of the total workforce.AUTOMOBILEThe overall Indian automobile industry grew by 12.12per cent in 2011-12 by selling 17.3 million unitsdriven largely by demand for two wheelers and lighttrucks.Sales growth of 12.46 per cent in 2012 .BIOTECHNOLOGYGrew 33 per cent in 2012 and is likely toreach $10 billion revenue by 2015.CEMENTSecond largest producer of qualitycement in the world.The 330 MT industry grew by 6.4 percent in 2011-12.
  • 10. EDUCATION AND TRAINING.Market size of this sector in 2012: US$ 34 billionRise : 14 per centHigher Education Sector rise: 12 per centENGINEERINGEngineering goods accounts for 30.5% of theshare in index of industrial production, 29.9%of share in total investment and 62.8% of sharein foreign collaborations. Engineering exportsincreased by 17 percentFOOD INDUSTRYIndia is the world’s largest produceraccounting for around 17% of theglobal milk production.
  • 11. FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRYIndia has emerged as world’s top rice exporterwith total export of 6.5-7 million tonnes whichis around 7% of the country’s total production.GEMS AND JEWELLERYThis sector in 2012 has gone up byabout 5% and accounts for India’s14% of the total merchandise exports.HEALTHCAREThe size of Indian healthcare deliverymarket was Rs. 2.6 lakh crore in 2012.Contribution to GDP- 1.6%INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYContribution to GDP-7.5 percent.Revenue generated in 2012- US $ 87.6billionGrowth: 16%
  • 12. MANUFACTURINGTop five sub sectors are food products, basic metals,rubber, petrochemicals, chemicals and electricalmachinery. They all account for over 66% of the totalrevenues in the manufacturing industry. MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENTTelevision: value- 32,900 croreCAGR: 17 per cent.Radio: Value-1,200 croreGrowth: 15 per centDigitization: Revenue: 8% of total M&E industry.CAGR: 30 per centMusic Industry: Revenue- 1,100 croreGrowth: 7%Film Industry: Revenue generated-1500 croreCAGR: 10.1 %Growth: 13.5%Print : Growth- 9.3 %
  • 13. OIL & GASDiesel & Petrol: Growth of consumption- 7 %Growth in production: 3.144 million metric tonnesGas: Increase in consumption-160% since 1995CAGR- 19.5%PHARMACEUTICALSGrowth by 9%FDI attracted- US$ 9,173.50 millionREAL ESTATEContribution to GDP- 6%
  • 14. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENTGrowing rate- 9 %India ranks 1stin the Global EngineeringResearch and Development and Design(ER&D) outsourcing industry with a 22 %share in the revenue.RETAILFDI allowed: 51%Growth-5%FDI worth US$ 44,4 millionSERVICESContribution to GDP- 7.5%Revenue- US$ 100 billionEmployment to 2.8 million
  • 15. TELECOMMUNICATIONTele density increased to 78.1 %.Contribution to GDP- 3.8%Added 8 million subscribers in 2012TEXTILESAccounts for 20% of manufacturingoutput. Total size of textile industry inIndia is Rs. 3.75 lakh crore.TOURISM AND HOSPITALITYContribution to GDP: 6.23 %Employment opportunity: 8.78 %CAGR: 13%FDI attracted: US$ 2.64 billion.
  • 16. BALANCE OF PAYMENTSBalance of payments is the systematic record of a country’s monetary transactionswith the rest of the world in a year. Its main component are :a)The Current Account- all import and export of goods and services.b)The Capital Account- all capital flows-inflows and outflows-relating to FDI, NRIDeposits etc.c)The Official Reserve Account- variations in foreign exchange reserves.For the year 2012•Current Account Balance: $ -44,281 million•Total Capital Account: $ 59,747 million.•Reserve and Monetary Gold: $ 13050 million.
  • 17. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
  • 18. FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATE
  • 19. FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
  • 20. BANKING AND FINANCE
  • 21. THANK YOU

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