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  • India 2022 Globsyn Business School
    • Scope
    • Objective
    • About India
    • Education
    • Healthcare
    • Water
    • Pension
    • Roads
    • Power
    • Unemployment
    • Sanitation/Public Health
    • Agriculture
    • Industry
    • Conclusion
    • Sources of Information
    • The presentation is based on the secondary data
    • Only the major parameter provided are covered
    • Presentation is prepared within the given time limit
  • Commitment to Quality, CSR, Output Technology and Domestic Demand 1947 2008 2022 ?
    • Has world-class recognition in IT and bio-technology
    • Is the largest English speaking nation in the world
    • Has the world’s largest single-location forging facility
    • Has the second largest petrochemical facility in the world
    • Is the lowest cost steel producer in the world
    • Is among six countries that launch satellites and does so even for Germany, Belgium, South Korea, Singapore and EU countries
    • Is one of the few countries that has built its own Supercomputer
    • Is the largest Dairy producer in the world
  • THE TRANSFORMATION…
    • Slow rate of growth
    • Bureaucratic system
    • Small consumer markets
    • Weak infrastructure
    • One of the world’s fastest growing economies
    • Reasonably proactive
    • Opening up of sectors for investment
    • Promising consumer markets
    • Improving infrastructure
    Yesterday Today
    • 87% drop out ratio by STD 12
    • Students teacher ratio 71:1
    • 25% teacher absenteeism in India is among the highest in the world
    • Increase in private b-schools & educational institutes
    • Tie ups with foreign universities
    • Provide Voucher to poor families
    • Source: UNESCO Report, 2007
    • With GDP growth of over 8%, energy demand is expected to grow at the rate of 5.2% annually
    • Energy shortage 11% approx
    • High transsmition and distribution (T&D) loss 40% approx
    • The investment required in this sector is estimated to be over $200 bn
    • 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic approval route
    • Initiation of Ultra Mega Projects
    • Incentives of capital import duty concessions
    • Total Road Network 33 lakh approx (Km)
    • About 65% of freight and 80% passenger traffic is carried by the roads.
    • National Highways constitute only about 2% of the road network but carry about 40% of the total road traffic .
    • Number of vehicles has been growing at an average pace of 10.16% per annum over the last five years.
    Types Express Way National Highway State Highway Major Highways Rural Highway Length (Km) 200 66,500 1,31,899 4,67,763 26,50,000 Source: NHAI Report 2007
    • India needs to add 2 million beds to the existing 1.1 million by 2022
    • Requires immediate investments of $82 bn.
    • 70% of all hospitals & 40% of hospital beds in the country are in the private sector
    • Contribution by private sector should increasing
    • Joint effort of public and private together is needed
    • Infant Mortality Rate 31/1000, Birth Rate 22%, Death Rate 6.4%,
    • Lowest expenditure on health, 4.8% of GDP
    • Indian Govt. spends less than half on public health of what the U.S Govt. spends on the health of federal prisoners
    • About 80 per cent of doctors, 75 per cent of dispensaries and 60 per cent of hospitals are located in urban areas
    • Only 5.9% out of 17% of country’s HIV population is registered for ART therapy
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    • Indian water consumption is 750 bn m3/year
    • Unfavorable land, population and water relationship
    • Unequal seasonal, regional and annual distribution
    • Sub-optimal use of water in different sectors
    • Rain water harvesting
    • Better monitoring and implementation of pollution laws
    • Public awareness and education
    • Linking rivers
    • Source: Aquastat.com
    • 3rd largest Agricultural producer, 210 MT, still importing some essential food grains.
    • Sustains 2/3 rd of population but GDP contribution 19 % Down from 61%
    • Economy shining at 8% growth rate, agriculture stagnating at 1%
    • Establishment of agricultural institute (IRMA, IIM)
    • An Integrated approach in research, irrigation and credit
    • Projects like, E-choupal, digital-mandi etc
    • India’s overall industrial growth rate is 7.6% in August 2008
    • The number of Industries in India have multiplied by a large amount in the last few years.
    • The growth rate figure is not comprehensive as few sectors are having negative growth rate.
    • The slowdown in the manufacturing sector owing to high interest rates and rising input costs
    • Only 11% of the workforce is covered under pension scheme
    • The coverage is accounted for largely by government employees
    • 40% of pension wealth is mandatory for investment
    • Workers in the unorganized sector, constituting 90% of the workforce, need a comprehensive pension system which they can subscribe to
    • The unemployment rate for the first quarter of 2008 was 9.6%
    • The unemployed comprised males (41%) females (59%)
    • 45% of unemployed were below 25 years
    • Source: CSO Report 2008,Ministry of finance & economic departments
    • India will become the 3 rd largest economy after USA and China
    Forecast of Indian GDP Year 2011 2022 India’s GDP US$ 1 trillion 2 trillion Growing Indian GDP Year Country 2016 Italy 2019 France 2022 U. K. 2023 Germany Source: Report Goldman Sachs, 2007
  • Imagination Passion Courage Humanity Humility Intellect Luck !!!
    • Websites Referred
    • # www.rbi.in
    • # www.et.com
    • # www.gov.nic.in
    • # www.cso.in
    • # www.lic.com
    • # www.thehindu.com
    • Journals & Reports
    • # Goldman Sachs
    • # Oracle India
    • # NHAI Report
    • # CSO Report
    • # Planning Commission
    • Report
    With crucial inputs and motivation from our dear Prof. Dr. Chirag Trivedi
    • Thank
    • You