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Welcome
 To the Journey of Presentations
       Presentation on-
Information Technology Sector


                         ...
Contents


Introduction
History of Information
 Technology
Present Role of
 IT/Contribution in       Advantages &
 GDP...
Introduction

Information             Information Technology (IT), as
                        defined by the Information
T...
History of Indian IT Sector

 Four basic periods
  Characterized by a principal technology used
  to solve the input, pro...
The Premechanical Age:
            3000 B.C. - 1450 A.D.


 Writing and Alphabets--
  communication.
 Paper and Pens--in...
The Mechanical Age: 1450 - 1840



The First Information
 Explosion.

The first general
 purpose quot;computers“

Slide...
The Electromechanical Age:
        1840 - 1940.

    The Beginnings of
  Telecommunication.
    Voltaic Battery
    Tel...
The Electronic Age: 1940 - Present

 e-Chaupal

 e-Marketing

 e-Commerce

 e-Learning

 e-Health Care

 BPO’s
     ...
Dominant IT Services

 Custom Application
  Development and
  Maintenance (CADM)
 System Integration
 IT Consulting
 A...
Future of IT Industry

Expected 33% growth
 rate in FY2008 to reach
 US$ 45 billion.
Govt. expects the export
 turn over...
Career Opportunity in IT

 Software Engineers
 Web Developers
 System Analysts
 Consultants
 Technical Writers
 E-Co...
IT: One of the Fastest Growing Sector
               in India
     Revenues (USD Bn.)
                          •   Revenu...
India’s IT exports to touch
         US$ 60 billion by 2010

• Global IT-ITES             • Exports Contribute
 spending t...
Major IT Player
Advantage India and business opportunities




                                                           ...
ISRO Uplink/
                                                                    Downlink
                                ...
14th May 2008   Devesh & Ghanshyam   16
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  1. 1. Welcome To the Journey of Presentations Presentation on- Information Technology Sector 1
  2. 2. Contents Introduction History of Information Technology Present Role of IT/Contribution in Advantages & GDP. Disadvantages of IT Why do you need an Government’s Role in IT department? IT Major Indian IT Player Gist 2
  3. 3. Introduction Information Information Technology (IT), as defined by the Information Technology (IT) is a Technology Association of America (ITAA), is quot;the general term that study, design, development, imple describes any mentation, support or management of computer-based information technology that helps systems, particularly software to applications and computer hardware.quot; IT deals with the use of produce, manipulate, electronic computers and computer software to store, communicate, a convert, store, protect, process, tra nd/or disseminate nsmit, and securely retrieve information. information. 3
  4. 4. History of Indian IT Sector  Four basic periods Characterized by a principal technology used to solve the input, processing, output and communication problems of the time:  Premechanical,  Mechanical,  Electromechanical, and  Electronic 4
  5. 5. The Premechanical Age: 3000 B.C. - 1450 A.D.  Writing and Alphabets-- communication.  Paper and Pens--input technologies.  Books and Libraries: Permanent Storage Devices.  The First Numbering Systems.  The First Calculators: The Abacus. 5
  6. 6. The Mechanical Age: 1450 - 1840 The First Information Explosion. The first general purpose quot;computers“ Slide Rules, the Pascaline and Leibniz's Machine. 6
  7. 7. The Electromechanical Age: 1840 - 1940.  The Beginnings of Telecommunication.  Voltaic Battery  Telegraph  Morse Code  Telephone and Radio  Electromechanical Computing 7
  8. 8. The Electronic Age: 1940 - Present  e-Chaupal  e-Marketing  e-Commerce  e-Learning  e-Health Care  BPO’s 8
  9. 9. Dominant IT Services  Custom Application Development and Maintenance (CADM)  System Integration  IT Consulting  Application Management  Infrastructure Management Services  Software Testing  Service-Oriented Architecture  Web Services 9
  10. 10. Future of IT Industry Expected 33% growth rate in FY2008 to reach US$ 45 billion. Govt. expects the export turn over to touch US$ 80 billion by 2011, with growing at an annual rate of 30 % per year. McKinsey believes revenues from IT Industry will reach $87bn by 2008. 10
  11. 11. Career Opportunity in IT  Software Engineers  Web Developers  System Analysts  Consultants  Technical Writers  E-Commerce  Knowledge Engineers  Web Masters  Networking  Computer Education 11
  12. 12. IT: One of the Fastest Growing Sector in India Revenues (USD Bn.) • Revenues ~ USD 36 billion (2006 Est.) CAGR - 30% • CAGR (FY 2004-06) - 30 % • Contribution to GDP up from 2% in 2000 to 5% in 2006 • Exports ~ USD 23.5 billion (2006 Est.) Est( • CAGR (FY 2004-06) - 35 % • Has nearly doubled in last three Exports (USD Bn.) years CAGR - 35% • Domestic Market - USD 13 billion (2006 Est.) • CAGR (FY 2004-06) - 22% • Buoyed by an economy growing at nearly 8% per annum over the last Est( 3 years 12
  13. 13. India’s IT exports to touch US$ 60 billion by 2010 • Global IT-ITES • Exports Contribute spending to cross USD Nearly 65 % of IT 1198 billion by 2010 Sector Revenue. • India expected to be well on track to achieve USD 60 billion by 2010. Source: Nasscom. The IT Industry in India - 13 Strategic Review
  14. 14. Major IT Player Advantage India and business opportunities 14
  15. 15. ISRO Uplink/ Downlink Satellite Web based interactive Internet Data portal Generators National Level Hub (MSSRF) & Providers Data Managers (both connectivity and content) Block level hubs Village Resource Centre Hub and Spokes Model (VRC) Information Users (Rural families) Village Knowledge Centres 15 (VKC)
  16. 16. 14th May 2008 Devesh & Ghanshyam 16
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