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    1. 1. “Our nations infrastructure needs are tremendous, and theyre growing.” Infrastructure
    2. 2. This presentation deals with What is it? Health Relevance infrastructure State of Energy infrastructure
    3. 3. What is infrastrucure? Infrastructure is basic physical and organizational structuresneeded for the operation of a society or enterprise, or the services and facilities necessary for an economy to function.It can begenerally defined as the set of interconnected structural elements that provide framework supporting an entire structure of development.
    4. 4. infrastructureInfrastructuredevelopmentand economicdevelopment gohand in hand. Social EconomicalIf attention is e.g.Education e.g.Energy, and health. transportisnt paid in this Improves communication.sector it can act quality of life Increases productivityas a deterent toeconomicgrowth.
    5. 5. AMOUNT SPENT ON INRASTRUCTUREINFRASTUCTURE ISA SUPPORTSYSTEM ON WHICHTHE EFFICENCY OFMODERNINDUSTRIALECONOMYDEPENDS.
    6. 6. Amount spent on infrastructre in different countries
    7. 7. • INDIA INVESTS ONLY 5% OF GDP IN INFRASTRUCTURE.THIS IS VERY LESS WHEN WE COMPARE WITH INVESTMENT MADE BY OUR NEIGHBOURS IN THIS SECTOR
    8. 8. Traditionally, the government has been solely responsible for developing the country’s infrastructure. But it is foundthat the government in infrastructure is inadequate. Today , the private sector has started playing a very important role in infrastructure development
    9. 9. INVESTEMENT IN KEY AREAS
    10. 10. Source of energy energy Noncommercial commercial agro wastescoal petroleum electricity firewood Dried dung
    11. 11. Consumption pattern of commercial energy in India
    12. 12. SPLIT UP OF SOURCES OFPOWER POWER Critical for development Growth rate of power is higher than growth rate of GDP
    13. 13. Challenges of power sector Electicity generated isn’t sufficent to feed growth rate We suffer losses due to wrong pricing, distribution and inefficeny of management Public unrest due to high tariffs Thermal stations which are the mainstay of India’s power sector face shortage of raw materials. Population growth and economic development are driving demand for energy faster
    14. 14. HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE
    15. 15.  How is health assesed?Health Health is not only absence of disease but also the ability to realize Life Nutrition one’s potential. expectancy levels rate Health is holistic process related to development of a nation Life Maternal What the government expectancy mortality rates rate spends is inadequate
    16. 16. Importance of health infrastructureDevelopment of health infrastructure ensures healthy manpower for production of goods and services.Health infrastrucutre includes• Doctors, nurses,profeessionals• Beds and equipment• Well established pharmaceutical industry
    17. 17. Role of govt in health infrastructureGovernment keeps an eyeand regulates the following through broad policies:Medical educationAdulterationDrugs and poisonsMedical professionLunacy
    18. 18.  Private sector’s control two-fifth of total population 70% of hospitals are run by private people 60% dispenseries run by private players 80% health care for out-patients provided by them 13 lakh enterprises employ 22 lakh people Since LPG many private players have come in to set up state of the art health centers to promote heath tourism
    19. 19. Indian systems of medicine• AYURVEDA• YOGA• UNANI• SIDDHA• NATUROPATHY• HOMEOPATH
    20. 20. Facts that need to be taken into considerationi. We spend only 1.4% of GDP on infrastrucuture which is inadequateii. India has 17% of worlds population but 20% of diseases.iii. Half the diseases are accounted for by communicable diseasesiv. 20% of population uses public health care facilities which aren’t staffed properly..
    21. 21. Thank you

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