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Manufacturing

  1. 1. Manufacturing : India value propositionPrepared & presented by :SUDHIR KUMAR
  2. 2. Current Scenarioo Manufacturing sector contribution to India GDP : 15.7% in the year 2011-2012 15.2 % in the year 2012-2013 Below 15.2 % in the year 2013-2014o China contribution to the GDP is 34 %o India share in world manufacturing is only 1.8 % where china contributes13.7 % to the world manufacturing .o Share of manufacturing sector in total merchandise export declinedsubstantially over the period 2000-2001 to 2012-2013 from 76 % to 59% whereChina contributes 93 % in 2012-2013.o Manufacturing sector contributes to India GDP will 25 % by 2025 as perestimated by NMCC Report .
  3. 3. Key Sectors in India Manufacturingo Agricultureo Gems & Jewelleryo Leather Industryo Textiles Industryo Food Processingo Chemicals Industryo Plastic industryo Handicrafto Paper Industry75 %of mfgexporto IT hardware/Electronicso Cemento Minerals and Metalso Telecom Equipto Drugs/Pharmaceuticals25 % ofmfgexport
  4. 4. Manufacturing Sectors contributiono Germs & Jewellery - employs an estimate of 2 million workerso Leather industry - employs around 2.5 million people .o Textile industry – employs 20 million people .o Plastic Industry - 0.5% of Indias GDP , 4 lakh employeeso Chemical industry - 7 % of India’s GDP, 1 million employeeso Food Processing - employs 1.6 million Jobso Paper industry - 1.6 % of India GDP , employs 1.2 million jobs
  5. 5. Continued….. Manufacturing , accounting nearly 15.3 % of real GDP in FY12 and employing about12 % of the country labour force . rate of growth of manufacturing sector in FY12 was 3.3 % while real GDP growthwas Near by 6.5 .
  6. 6. Manufacturing competitive index GMCI index considers market dynamics and policy issues that influence themarket . GMCI expects the India competitiveness score to improve to 9.01 out of 10 by2015 from 8.15 in 2010 .
  7. 7. Contribution of manufacturing to employment in India4.555.657.545.124.117.3211.41202468101214workforce (percent)Source : IBEF
  8. 8. Government initiativeo Implementation of SEZ Acto Investor - Friendly FDI Policieso Delhi-Mumbai Industrial corridoro New manufacturing policy 2011
  9. 9. Boosting Employment in Manufacturing sectoro Focus on MSMEso Target skill developmento Enhance the labour productivityo Enhance the capital Productivity

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