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Whether india a world class

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Whether india a world class

  1. 1. achievements  Nuclear science  Space science (MOM)  IT  Ship building (Defence & commercial)  Defence aircrafts
  2. 2. Potential  Labour force  Intelligent brains  Key people  Young population  Language proficiency  Good educational institutes  Growing economy  40% of engineers in USA are from India
  3. 3. Is there Global Indian brands?  Rupay card  Indian software's  Tata jaguar  Apollo tyres  Micromax  Pharmaceuticals  Ircon (Indian railway)  Mahindra tractors & XUV 500  Tata steel
  4. 4. Current scenario Government initiatives  Make in India campaign  SEZ  Liberalised laws  Immediate approvals to Rs1000crore projects  Govt. Investments  PPP in PSU’s  Smart cities & industrial parks Faults of Government  Missing coordination of govt Departments.  Delays in patent  Corruption  Branding  Infrastructure  Delays in clearances of projects.  Non educated leaders
  5. 5. Current scenario  corporate initiatives  Need of research  Innovation  Research on paradigm shift of cars by BENZ.  Tata motors.  Customised production  faults of corporate  Reluctance to country.  Foreign oriented trend.  Foreign job trend.  Foreign investment.  Tata Jaguar in china.  Ambassador car  design
  6. 6. Requirements to be world-class  World class leaders (Prime Minister)  Infrastructure.  Pay millions & get billions.  Small scale industries.  Small loans for the unorganised.  Technology transfer to illiterates.
  7. 7. Research & Development  Fund allocation  Research institutes  Identifying potential  Customised production & research
  8. 8. Start-Ups  Substitute placements with manufacturing start ups.  Target to create 100 billion dollar companies.  Govt. Intervention for start-ups from top institutes.  Financing for start ups of fresher's.
  9. 9. Develop our specialised industries  Launch automobile & aircraft industries as a subsidiary of ISRO (Tejas aircraft of Indian army, A success story)  Dry docks  Harbours  Ship manufacturing  Titanium sponge  Telecommunication
  10. 10. Political consensus  Strikes & unions.  Political parties hand picked by foreign motives.  Vote bank politics than welfare of nation.  American political model.  Misleading people for political achievements.
  11. 11. Will power  “Human will power how amazing”  Modern initiatives of youngsters.  A wave of Emergence of new companies.  Change from job orientation to entrepreneurship.  Govt. Initiatives for the existence of start-ups.

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