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IT in India

  1. 1. Information Technology[IT] in India Presenting by Manjunath Ranjan WELCOME
  2. 2. 1. IT Sector - Classification - Strengths 2. Bodies Behind the IT Sector - Department Of Information Technology [DIT] - NASSCOM 3. Contribution Of IT to Indian Economy 4. IT and Economic Development -Growth of IT in India -Size of IT in India 5. Govt Initiatives for IT Development 6. IT Players AGENDA
  3. 3.  The Indian information technology (IT) industry has played a key role in putting India on the global map.  Focusing States in IT - Bangalore ( IT Capital Of India ) - Mysore - Hyderabad - Trichy - Kolkata - Coimbatore - Pune - Mumbai - Ahmadabad - Kochi IT Sector
  4. 4. • Credit Card • Debit Card •Master Card •E-commerce •Internet •Data Processing •Call Centre •Remote maintenance •Business Process Outsourcing •Industrial Design •Mechanical Design •Electronic s/m Design •Design validation Testing • -Industry • -Prototyping •Information Services •Outsourcing •h/w, s/w support & installation •s/m Integration •Processing •IT Training & Education IT Services Engineering Services E-Business ITES-BPO Services
  5. 5.  Highly skilled human resource; ·Low wage structure;  Quality of work;  Initiatives taken by the Government (setting up Hi-Tech Parks and implementation of e-governance projects);  Many global players have set-up operations in India like Microsoft, Oracle, Adobe, etc.; strengths of the Indian IT sector (why India is Focusing country in India?)
  6. 6.  Quality Standards such as ISO 9000, SEI CMM etc.; ·English-speaking professionals; ·Cost competitiveness; ·Quality telecommunications infrastructure Continued . .
  7. 7. Department Of Information Technology (DIT): This department which is under the Ministry of Communications and Information technology Responsible for formulation, implementation and review of national policies in the field of Information Technology including hardware and software, standardization of procedures, internet, e-commerce, IT education and development of electronics. Bodies behind the IT sector
  8. 8. Policy Making Promotion of Internet, IT and IT enabled services Promotion of E-Governance, E-commerce, E-Medicine, E-Infrastructure. Promotion of Information Technology education and Information Technology-based education Managing issues regarding Cyber Laws. Matters relating to promotion and manufacturing of Semiconductor devices in the country; DIT functions
  9. 9. What it Does ?  Acts as an advisor for consultant and coordinating body for the IT-BPO industry in India Information Technology Act, 2000: Constraints :  Legal Recognition of Electronic Documents;  Legal Recognition of Digital Signatures; Offenses and Contraventions;  Justice Dispensation System for Cyber crimes. NASSCOM [National Association of Software and Services Company]
  10. 10. The contribution of India's IT industry to economic progress has been quite significant. The rapidly expanding socio-economic infrastructure has proved to be of great use in supporting the growth of Indian information technology industry. The IT sector maintaining its competitiveness in the global market. The IT and IT enabled services industry in India has recorded a growth rate of 22.4% in the last fiscal year. Contribution of IT Sector To Indian Economy
  11. 11. The total revenue from this sector was valued at 2.46 trillion Indian rupees in the fiscal year 2007 Out of this figure, the domestic IT market in India accounted for 900 billion rupees. Played a major role in drawing foreign funds into the domestic market. Continued
  12. 12. India's information and communication technology market is estimated to grow 20.3 % annually to reach US$ 24.3 billion by 2011. Presently ITES-BPO segment of industry is almost as big as the hardware segment. Contribution of the ITES-BPO to the IT sector’s total revenue is increased by 7.4% to 20.2%. One of the biggest job creators in India and a mainstay of the national economy More than 2.5 million people are employed in the sector either directly or indirectly, making it Continued . .
  13. 13. The Indian addressable market for IT products and services is now projected to increase from $18.6 bn in 2011 to $40.5 bn by 2015.  There is growing interest in cloud computing Opportunities in Healthcare Education Telecoms & Financial Services IT & Economic Development
  14. 14. India developed a number of outsourcing companies India has a total of 3,71,60,000 telephone lines in use Total of 50,60,40,000 mobile phone connections A total of 8,10,00,000 Internet users 75,70,000 people have access to broadband Internet Continued . .
  15. 15. IT used to - provide distance education - Telemedicine - Internal record keeping - E-Governance - E-Management Continued . .
  16. 16. The software sector in India has grown at almost double the rate of the US software sector. Export of software and services from India is expected to add almost 41 billion US dollars to the annual revenue of the Indian government in the current year. Nasscom, India’s technology and business services revenues accounted for 6.1 % of GDP in fiscal 2010 Growth of IT sector in India
  17. 17. IT and business process outsourcing (BPO) exports grew by 5.5 % in 2010 The IT market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 21% between 2011 and 2015, with unit sales resuming strong growth. Each year India produces roughly 5,00,000 engineers in the country, out of them only 25% to 30% possessed both technical competency and English language skills. Continued . .
  18. 18. India's IT industry ($ bn) Particulars FY 2004 FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 IT Services 10.4 13.5 17.8 23.5 31.0 - Exports 7.3 10.0 13.13 18.0 23.1 - Domestic 3.1 3.5 4.5 5.5 7.9 ITES-BPO 3.4 5.2 7.2 9.5 12.5 - Exports 3.1 4.6 6.3 8.4 10.9 - Domestic 0.3 0.6 0.9 1.1 1.6 Engineering services, R&D and Software products 2.9 3.9 5.3 6.5 8.6 - Exports 2.5 3.1 4.0 4.9 6.4 - Domestic 0.4 0.7 1.3 1.6 2.4 Hardware 5.0 5.9 7.0 8.5 12.0 - Exports 0.5 0.5 0.6 0.5 0.5 - Domestic 4.4 5.1 6.5 8.0 11.5 Total IT industry (including hardware) 21.6 28.4 37.4 48.0 64.
  19. 19. In order to promote • Domestic investment • Foreign direct investment • Transfer of technology • Technical collaboration • Joint venture • Export IT software products and services The Central Govt & State Govts’ have been offering series of policies including tax breaks, import duty concessions etc . . Govt Initiatives For IT Development in India
  20. 20. Apart from the various offers Electronics Hardware Technology Parks Software Technology Parks Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Scheme for free manufacturing and trading for export purposes. Export Oriented Units (EOUs) Scheme to boost the exports by creating additional production capacity. Continued . .
  21. 21. Tier 1 companies in the IT sector  Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.  Tata infotech Ltd  Wipro Technologies Ltd.  Infosys Technologies Ltd. Other IT Key players  IBM  Cisco  Cognizant  Emphasis  Aditya Technologies  NIIT Ltd  Asset Infotech Ltd IT Key Players in India
  22. 22.  Baan Info Systems India P Ltd  B-commerce Infosystems Pvt Ltd  HCL Infosystems Ltd  Cerulean Information Technology Pvt Ltd  Hexaware Technologies Ltd  I-flex Solutions Ltd  CMC Ltd,  I-gate Global Solutions Ltd  HCL Corporation Ltd  Satyam Computer Services Ltd  Larsen & Toubro Ltd  Patni Computer Systems (P) Ltd  Atari Informatics Ltd  Polaris Software Lab Ltd Continued
  23. 23. There are large no of multi-national IT enterprises operating in India in sectors such as: Integrated Chip Design System Software Communication Software R&D Centers' Technology Support Sector BPO Sector Global IT Players in India
  24. 24.  Siemens, Philips, Intel, Texas Instruments etc. (Chip Design);  Microsoft, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, HP, Compaq etc. (Systems Software);  Google, Yahoo etc. (R&D Centers);  Axa Business Services, Swiss Shared Services, Siemens Shared Services etc. (BPO Sector);  Accenture, DELL, HSBC, GE Capital, Fidelity etc. (Captive Support Sector). MNCs’ in India
  25. 25. “The credit goes to technical young peoples and English-speaking scientific professionals for the success in India's software industry. Presently for further strengthening the industry, the Government has stepped forward with more qualitative institutes in India” .

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