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  1. 1. A Presentation On Presented By- Mahesh Rotale.
  2. 2. National Council of Applied Economic Research •NCAER was inaugurated by the President of India, Dr Rajendra Prasad, on December 18, 1956. •It give support to both the government and the private sector in empirical economic research. •An emerging focus is strictly evaluation of major government public expenditure schemes in the social sector. •Current research activities is the progress of India’s economic reform programme and its impact on agriculture, industry & human development.
  3. 3. 1. Agriculture and Rural Development. 2. Macro Economic Monitoring and Forecasting. 3. Human Development. 4. Industry and Infrastructure. 5. Survey and General Economic 1. Develop policy reports for clients. 2. Track key sectors of the economy for subscribers. 3. Forecast the economic outlook. 4. Conduct, design and analyse surveys that illuminate public policy issues as well as assist.
  4. 4. 1. Moving to Goods and Services Tax in India: Impact on India’s Growth and International Trade. 2. Dynamics of Youth Population : Impact of Education Expenditure. 3. Design of Power markets : Different market structures and proposed options for India. 4. Quantifying transport, regulatory and other costs of India-Bangladesh trade. 5. Industrial Corridors In India.
  5. 5. National Sample Survey Organisation •The National Sample Survey Directorate was first setup in 1950 through the ministry of finance. •It is a focal agency of the Govt. of India for collection of statistical data in the areas which are vital for developmental planning. •It is the largest organisation in India conducting regular surveys on socio-economic, demographic, agricultural and industrial subjects for collecting data from house holds and from enterprises.
  6. 6. The NSSO has four divisions Field Operations Division (FOD) Survey Design and Research (SDR) Data Processing (DPD) Co-ordination and Publication Division (CPD) •Planning & Survey •Formulate Sample Design •Preparation of Survey Report,etc. •Collection of Statistical Data •Transfer the Raw data into Finished •Work for Co-ordinate in all Division •Provide Technical & Secretarial Assistance to all Division
  7. 7. i) To provide statistical & other information for the purpose of state or national planning and policy requirements. ii) To evolve statistical techniques for the analysis of statist- ical data, the solutions of administrative problems and estimation of future trends. iii) To collect and publish information which will be use to those engaged in economic activities in the country. iv) To provide and analyse information which are useful to research workers in socioeconomic fields.
  8. 8. • To conduct large scale sample surveys on subjects like household consumer expenditure, employment and unemployment, health and medical services etc. • It assisting the states by developing suitable survey techniques for obtaining reliable and timely estimates of crop yield.(Agriculture) • It conducts annual survey of industries (ASI) every year.
  9. 9. • Consumer Expenditure • Unorganized Service Sector & Manufacturing Enterprises • Land & livestock holdings • Situation Assessment Survey of Farmers • Employment & Unemployment • Health • Service Sector Enterprises(Excluding Trade)
  10. 10. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry •FICCI was established in 1927, on the advice of Mahatma Gandhi by G D Birla and Ramkumar Kankrawa. • His headquartered in the New Delhi and has presence in 11 states in India and 8 countries across the world. • It is a non-government, non-profit organisation. • The chamber has an indirect membership of over 2,50,000 companies from various regional chambers of commerce.
  11. 11. • To be the Official Investment facilitation Agency for Indian or Foreign Investor. • Act as First Reference Point for any Investor wich Invest in India. • Help Investor Identify and Realize Investment Opportunities. • Feedback to central and state Government on Policy initiative.
  12. 12. •Art •Chemical •Education •Medical and Equipment •Manufacturing •Health •Advertising & Marketing •Electronic Hardware •Human Development •Information •Labour & Employment •Capital goods •Power •Agriculture •Entertainment •Family Wealth Management
  13. 13. 1. Ongoing Economic Scenario in Europe and its Impact on Indian Industry. 2. FICCI Survey on Current State of Economy. 3. The Impact of Political and Social Instability in Egypt on Indian Trade and Investment (Oct 2012) 4. Survey on Labour / Skill Shortage for Industry. 5. Indian Banking System: the Current State & Road Ahead. 6. Global Economic Meltdown and its impact on Indian Industry.
  14. 14. Credit Rating Information Services of India Limited • CRISIL is a global analytical company providing ratings, research, and risk and policy advisory services to the public sector as well as private sector. • He work with governments and policy-makers in India and other emerging markets in the infrastructure domain. • He deliver the data to his client to analysis, opinions, and solutions for making markets function better.
  15. 15. • Largest and top ranked provider of high-end research and analytics to the world’s largest financial institute. • Works with 12 of the top 15 global investment banks. (90 %of India's commercial banks are his customers) • Helps Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) select fund managers • Official provider of valuations to all mutual funds in India. • It providing comprehensive research coverage to more than 1200 Indian and global customers
  16. 16. Indian Council for Research in International Economic Introduction- • It is established in August 1981, for targeted the world for improving India’s interface with the global economy. • Research is his prime academic activity and he combine expertise of in-house teams with the experience and skill of external collaborators.
  17. 17. • Macroeconomic Management in an Open Economy. • Trade, Openness, Restructuring and Competitiveness. • Financial Sector Liberalization and Regulations. • WTO Related Issues. • Regional Economic Cooperation with Focus on South Asia. • Strategic Aspects of India's International Economic Relations Environment and Climate Change.
  18. 18. Completed- • Financial Sector Liberalisation and Regulation • Trade Openness, Restructuring and Competitiveness • Regional Economic Co-operation with Focus on South Asia • WTO Related Issues • Strategic Aspects of India's International Economic Relations • Environment and Climate Change On going- • Trade Openness, Restructuring and Competitiveness • Regional Economic Co-operation with Focus on South Asia • WTO Related Issues • Strategic Aspect of India's International Economic Relations • Environment and Climate Change • Macro economic Management in an Open Economy
  19. 19. • Providing estimates of economic parameters on State level for different industries. • Administrative Reforms in India, United Kingdom and Brazil. • Preferential Trading Agreements in Asia : Towards an Asian Economic Community. • A Strategic Foreign Policy for India. • New Dimensions of Economic Globalization: Surge of Outward Foreign Direct Investment from Asia. • WTO Agreement and Indian Agriculture. • Tariff Negotiations and Renegotiations under the GATT and the WTO: Procedures and Practices. • India after the Global Crisis.
  20. 20. Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) •It established in 1942, is an autonomous body and India's largest R&D organization. •He have 37 laboratories and 39 field stations centers across the nation, with staff of over 17,000. •CSIR is mainly funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology. •Topped list of holders of U.S. patents
  21. 21. Aerospace Engineering Structural Engineering Industrial Environment Leather Ecology Ocean sciences Life sciences Petroleum Chemicals Mining Food
  22. 22. National Research Development Corporation • NRDC, was established in 1953 under the Ministry of Science & Technology with the objective to develop, promote and transfer of technologies emanating from various national R&D institutions. • It translating innovative research into marketable industrial products. • NRDC would patent the product for commercial exploitation and earn royalties as private sector companies generated sales from those products.
  23. 23. Programmes and Activity Promotional Commercial  Invention Promotion Programme (IPP)  Technology Promotion Programme (TPP)  Commercialisation of know-how / Inventions. • Licence technologies to industry • Export Indigenous (Native) Technologies/ know-how. • Participate in equity to facilitate formation of new ventures using indigenousTechnologies. • Provide conditional grants for development of Technologies to R&D industries
  24. 24. Department of scientific and Industrial Research • DSIR is established in 1985 by the Ministry of Science and Technology. • It has a mandate to carry out the activities relating to indigenous technology promotion, development, utilization and transfer. •DSIR is the nodal department for granting recognition to R&D Industries, registration to public funded research institutions, universities, Indian Institutes of Technology, Indian Institute of Science, Regional Engineering College (RECs), and research hospitals.
  25. 25. Vision- • Enabling Indian industry to reach state-of-the-art innovation excellence and competitiveness through research & technological interventions Mission- • Promotion of Research in Industry & Institutions through Motivational Measures and Incentives. • Providing Support and Creating an Enabling Environment for Development & Utilization of New & Innovative Technologies.
  27. 27. Indian Council For Market Research Introduction- • ICMR was established in the year 1996, by economist and management guru Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri to provide market research services. • ICMR started its operation in the field of economic research with a dedicated business group called Economic Research Group (ERG) which dealt with various macro, micro and socio-economic researches. • ICMR provides complete marketing solutions package with great emphasis on the core marketing issues. • ICMR helps to know, understand, and analyze clients processes holistically and makes marketing a complete knowledge oriented process.
  28. 28. Brand and Consumer Research- 1. Market Entry Strategy Development 2. Marketing Consulting for New Product Development 3. Consumer Behaviour Studies 4. Brand Health Studies 5. Customer Satisfaction Studies 6. Corporate Image & Brand Positionong Studies 7. Perception Analysis or Consumer Psyche 8. Mystery Shopping  Applied Economic Research - 1. Industry and infrastructure related studies 2. Trade sector  Social Sector Research