Inadequate Infrastructure in India …… .miles to go 1
Economic & Population Growth Demands Huge Investments 2
Congress 2009 Manifesto  - Makes intentions clear. 117 & 144 USD Billion   investment for infra in 10-11 & 11-12 3 11 th  ...
it’s not the availability of funds, but the availability of “viable and properly planned” projects that is the biggest hur...
Shoddy workmanship (largely in public works projects), design deficiencies, idle capital and labour on site, compromises o...
Public private partnerships (PPPs) are gaining in importance, and are benefiting from government support – targeted PPP pa...
7 Challenge for MNCs: identify promising local companies, then make a case for a profitable partnership
8 Opportunities for Qualified Consultancy firms Average Spending per year on Infra till 2015 – INR 750,000 Crores 1% Marke...
9 MEP Services (Power, Gas, Telecom) has a great potential – USD 50 Bn * with annual growth potential of 35-50%  All big p...
10 We are ahead of the curve
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5e Consulting Infrastructure India

  1. 1. Inadequate Infrastructure in India …… .miles to go 1
  2. 2. Economic & Population Growth Demands Huge Investments 2
  3. 3. Congress 2009 Manifesto - Makes intentions clear. 117 & 144 USD Billion investment for infra in 10-11 & 11-12 3 11 th Fiver Plan (2007-12) – 503 Billion 12 th Fiver Plan (20012-17) – 652 Billion
  4. 4. it’s not the availability of funds, but the availability of “viable and properly planned” projects that is the biggest hurdle. Capital is ready, willing and available 4 For FY07-12 the country may be missing this target by 25-30%
  5. 5. Shoddy workmanship (largely in public works projects), design deficiencies, idle capital and labour on site, compromises on safety, unscientific scheduling 5 Problems : Lack of Competition amongst developers & contractors
  6. 6. Public private partnerships (PPPs) are gaining in importance, and are benefiting from government support – targeted PPP participation is US$150 billion. Guidelines favour larger players, even when the project investments and execution can be easily carried out by mid-sized companies. 6 Way Forward : PPP/Multinational Operators/FDI/Investors to take control
  7. 7. 7 Challenge for MNCs: identify promising local companies, then make a case for a profitable partnership
  8. 8. 8 Opportunities for Qualified Consultancy firms Average Spending per year on Infra till 2015 – INR 750,000 Crores 1% Market Share – 7,500 Crores
  9. 9. 9 MEP Services (Power, Gas, Telecom) has a great potential – USD 50 Bn * with annual growth potential of 35-50% All big players are focusing on the road, canal, and other hard core civil works. MEP has a huge potential (60,000+ Km of power distribution line, 11,000+ KM of Gas pipeline, 100,000+ Km of optic fibre). Total Available Market is for 100,000 Crores INR) * Source: Planning Commission
  10. 10. 10 We are ahead of the curve

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