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Infrastructure the in thing - final

  1. 1. Infrastructure and Its effect t nce c ond uc ted by I TC In dia. sent ed a co n fere - the ”in-thing” in India Pre iate rco lleg InteIdea & Research:Poornima Rajasekar & Vasanthan Manoharan presented by,Presentation: Ms. Poornima RajasekharVasanthan Manoharan
  2. 2. Agenda • Introduction • Current Situation • Key iIndicators Ind a. ITC d by ucte ce cond • Opportunities t ented a f erenPres co n g iate olle • Yahooo..!!! Eurekhaa..!!! Interc • How? • Conclusion
  3. 3. Introduction• Infrastructure – Road, Rail, Airport, Port, manufacturing, Communication & Information technology, logistics, finance, utilities.• accelerated by 5.1% in April 2010, compared with 3.7% in April 2009.Current Situation:• Indian railway demands Rs 1000 billion from the government fund for completing all the pending projects of the railways.• dia. The country has one of the worlds largest roadway network Itransporting millions of C n people every year. The total length of roads in Indiadis y IT 30 lakh kms including both b over ucte metalled and unmettaled roads. ond t ce c n ed a fere Pre sent e co n giat lleplanned to add 20km of new roads each day; 35,000 km of• The Indian government rco has Inte highways by March 2014!• After globalisation in 1991 – India has seen growth in every industry; automobile (highest 2wheeler sales), communication (many MNCs invest), Pharma (2 nd largest in world)
  4. 4. Key Indicators• Passenger car sales shot up a massive 32.28% YOY (hatchbacks & sedans) in January 10. In 2009 1.43 millions .• The major ports in India handled 45.8 million tonnes cargo in 2010, as compared to 45.2 million tonnes in 2009.• Truck sales, registered a growth of 74 per cent during May 2010 , a key indicator of goods movement. Report by Indian Foundation for Transport Research and Training. ia. d C In by IT cted• with an ever-rising population and increased condu e urbanization, better infrastructure facilities at enc are vital. e nted o nfer Pres te c legia rcol Inte• 2010 - increase in production of cement, which stood at 18.87 Million Tonnes, compared to 17.36 MT during April 2009
  5. 5. Opportunities• India-Oman Joint Investment Fund would be raised to $ 1.5 billion and would be deployed for infrastructure projects in India - Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, Foreign minister of Oman.• Canada has assured India to invest $ 3 bn in highways projects in the next 5 yrs. dia.• Many South Korean companies are looking to investbinIIndia C In — for example, in sectors y T c ted like power, both nuclear and thermal, roads,otelecom - Suck Rai Cho, Chairman, ndu t nce c ed a Federation of Korean Industry. fere Pre sent co n iate rco lleg Inte• Investment opportunities in infrastructure are available across multiple sectors like industrials, cement, construction, metals and mining, telecom, logistics, infrastructure finance and utilities.• Need, itself.
  6. 6. Today’s globalization issues include Global Warming, Acid Rain, Hazardous Waste, AirPollution, Ozone Depletion, Smog, Water Pollution, Overpopulation and Rain ForestDestruction. dia. TC In by I uc ted ond t nce c ed a fere Pre sent co n iate rco lleg InteThe Census 2001 highlighted that Tamil Nadu has the highest level of urbanisation rate (43.86 per cent) among all states. – Deforestation.
  7. 7. Eurekhaa..!• Expansion.• Expansion without bothering the nature much. dia. TC In by I• Green Towns ond uc ted t nce c ed a fere Pre sent co n iate rco lleg Inte
  8. 8. How to Go Green?GREEN TOWNS•Purchase raw materials locally.•Plant trees while beginning the constructions – as many as possible - maintain themproperly.•Use paver blocks and ash bricks, non toxic paints – avoid burned bricks•Construct roads without using Tars but with recycled materials like plastic wastes,polythene wastes, tires, fly ash, printer toners et al.•Grow drought tolerant and heat resistant plants (Salvias, Wisteria, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, Citrus ,Pyrus , Lantana et al.) – use water from bathrooms & kitchen to grow plants – need not bexerophytes.•Mulch the garden beds and places wherever plants/trees are grown.•Incorporate rain water harvesting dia.•Roof gardens IT C In by cted o ndu t ce c en ted a feren Pres co n g iate olle Interc contd..
  9. 9. contd.. How to Go Green? • Preferable cork floorings. • Wooden floors – woods used are mostly made from the scraps • Glass roofs or glass ventilations with Photovoltaic cells and solar panels. • Proper ventilations – more windows • Produce power – solar energy, wind energy • Motion sensor lightings. • Less consumption of electricity, heat. • Provide bicycles to commute within the townships. • Sewage water treatments and water recycling. dia. TC In by I ted uc *P.S: Every bit saved is earned for future. ond t nce c ed a fere Pre s en t co n iate rco lleg Inte
  10. 10. Conclusion• As discussed; the raise in Indian population and many foreign countries getting geared to invest in infrastructure in India has put us in a need for development along with an opportunity to fulfil the same with a swift phase.• As the need increases, we are least bothered about long term safety.• Remedy is to Go Green - Green Township projects will surelyafulfil the needs of this di . ITC Inthe nature like before. swift phase infra structure development without bothering d by ucte e cond at enc e nted o nfer Pres te c legia rcol Inte
  11. 11. References . ndia ITC I d by ucte cond at ence nted nfer Prese t e co egia rco l l Inte
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