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http://www.mit.gov.in/content/electronics-it-industry

Indian IT Scenario

IT Software, Services and BPO


Information Technology has made possible information access at gigabit speeds. It has created a
level playing field among nations and has made positive impact on the lives of millions who are
poor, marginalised and living in rural and far flung topographies. Internet has made revolutionary
changes with possibilities of e-filing Income Tax returns or applying for passports online or railway
e-ticketing.
Today a country’s IT potential is paramount for its march towards global competitiveness, healthy
GDP, improving defence capabilities and meeting up the energy and environmental challenges.
The Indian Information Technology- Information Technology-Enabled Services (IT-ITES) industry
has continued to perform its role as the most consistent growth driver for the economy. Service,
software exports and BPO remain the mainstay of the sector. Over the last five years, the IT & ITES
industry has grown at a remarkable pace. Consider some of the significant indicators for these
remarkable achievements. The IT/ITES exports have grown to a staggering US$ 46.3 billion in
2008-09, the IT sector currently employing 2.2 million professionals directly and another 8 million
people indirectly accounts for over 5% of GDP, a majority of the Fortune 500 and Global 2000
corporations are sourcing IT/ITES from India and it is the premier destination for the global sourcing
of IT/ITES accounting for 55% of the global market in offshore IT services and garnering 35% of
the ITES/BPO market.
The Indian IT-BPO sector including the domestic and exports segments continue to grow from
strength to strength, witnessing high levels of activity both onshore as well as offshore. The
companies continue to move up the value-chain to offer higher end research and analytics services
to their clients. India's leadership position in the global IT and BPO industries are based primarily on
the following advantages.
India accounts for around 28 per cent of IT and BPO talent among 28 low-cost countries. It has a
rapidly growing urban infrastructure fostering several IT centers in the country. Offshore service
centers are spawning in the country due to operational excellence with low delivery cost, quality
leadership and a conducive business environment. Favourable policy interventions, enabling
infrastructure and augmenting a wide skill base from the government has further enhanced India’s
brand image.
The Department of IT is coordinating strategic activities, promoting skill development programmes,
enhancing infrastructure capabilities and supporting R&D for India’s leadership position in IT and IT-
Enabled services.
Export Promotion Schemes
• Software Technology Parks (STPs)
• Special Economic Zones (SEZ) Scheme

After the economic reforms of 1991-92, liberalization of external trade, elimination of duties on
imports of information technology products, relaxation of controls on both inward and outward
investments and foreign exchange and the fiscal measures taken by the Government of India and
the individual State Governments specifically for IT and ITES have been major contributory factors
for the sector to flourish in India and for the country to be able to acquire a dominant position in
offshore services in the world. The major fiscal incentives provided by the Government of India have
been for the Export Oriented Units (EOU), Software Technology Parks (STP), and Special Economic
Zones (SEZ).

SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY PARKS (STPs)

For the promotion of Software exports from the country, the Software Technology Parks of India
was set up 1991 as an Autonomous Society under the Department of Information Technology. The
services rendered by STPI for the Software exporting community have been statutory services, data
communications servers, incubation facilities, training and value added services. STPI has played a
key developmental role in the promotion of software exports with a special focus on SMEs and start
up units. The STP Scheme has been extremely successful in fostering the growth of the software
industry. The exports made by STP Units have grown many folds over the years. Today the exports
made by STPI registered unit during 2008-09 are INR 215571 Crores about 90% of total software
exports from the Country.
THE STPI Scheme is lauded as one of the most effective schemes for the promotion of exports of IT
and ITES. The 51 STPI centres that have been set up since inception of the programme have given
a major boost to IT and ITES exports. Apart from exemption from customs duty available for capital
goods (with a few exemptions) there are also exemptions from service tax, excise duty, and rebate
for payment of Central Sales Tax. But the most important incentive available is 100 percent
exemption from Income Tax of export profits, which has been extended till 31st March 2011. The
strength of the scheme lies in the fact that, it is a virtual scheme, which allows, software companies
to set up operations in the most convenient and cheapest locations and plan their investment and
growth solely driven by business needs. STP Scheme is a pan India Scheme, which has centres
spread across India, over 8000 units are registered under STP Scheme.

BENEFITS UNDER STP SCHEME

• Income Tax benefits under Section 10 A & 10 B of the IT Act upto


31st March 2011.
• Customs Duty Exemption in full on imports.
• Central Excise Duty Exemption in full on indigenous procurement.
• Central Sales Tax Reimbursement on indigenous purchase against from C.
• All relevant equipment / goods including second hand equipment can be imported
(except prohibited items).
• Equipment can also be imported on loan basis/lease.
• 100% FDI is permitted through automatic route.
• Sales in the DTA up to 50% of the FOB value of exports permissible.
• Use of computer imported for training permissible subject to certain conditions.
• Depreciation on computers at accelerated rates up to 100% over 5 years is
permissible.
• Computers can be donated after two years of use to recognized non-commercial
Educational Institutions/Hospitals without payment of duty.
• Export proceeds will be realized within 12 months.
• Units will be allowed to retain 100% of its export earning in the EEFC account.

Special Economic Zones (SEZ) Scheme

India was one of the first in Asia to recognize the effectiveness of the Export Processing
Zone (EPZ) model in promoting exports, with Asia's first EPZ set up in Kandla in 1965.
With a view to overcome the shortcomings experienced on account of the multiplicity of
controls and clearances; absence of world-class infrastructure, and an unstable fiscal
regime and with a view to attract larger foreign investments in India, the Special
Economic Zones (SEZs) Policy was announced in April 2000.

In 2005, the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India has enacted the Special Economic Zone
(SEZ) Act, with an objective of providing an internationally competitive and hassle free environment
for exports. A SEZ is defined as a "specifically demarked duty-free enclave and shall deemed to be
foreign territory (out of Customs jurisdiction) for the purpose of trade operations and duties and
tariffs". The SEZ Act, 2005, supported by SEZ Rules, came into effect on 10th February, 2006. It
provides drastic simplification of procedures and a single window clearance policy on matters
relating to central and state governments. The scheme is ideal for bigger Industries and has a
significant impact on future Exports and employment
The SEZ Scheme offers similar benefits to SEZ units as compared to those under STPI in respect of
indirect taxes, with some minor differences in operational details. There is a however a significant
difference, in respect of income tax holiday. In SEZ Scheme the exemption from income tax is
tapered down over 15 years from the date of commencement of manufacture. There is 100%
exemption of export profits from income tax for the first five years, 50% for the next five years and
50% for the five years subject to transfer of profits to special reserves.
The SEZ policy aims at creating competitive, convenient and integrated Zones offering World class
infrastructure, utilities and services for globally oriented businesses. The SEZ Act 2005 envisages
key role for the State Governments in Export Promotion and creation of related infrastructure. A few
salient features of SEZ scheme are as under:
• Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are being set up to enable hassle free
manufacturing and trading for export purposes.
• Sales from Domestic Tariff Area (DTA) to SEZs are being treated as physical
export. This entitles domestic suppliers to Drawback/ DEPB benefits, CST
exemption and Service Tax exemption.
• 100% Income Tax exemption on export profits available to SEZ units for 5 years,
50% for next 5 years and 50% of ploughed back profits for 5 years thereafter.

This scheme, which is ideal for bigger Industries, has a significant impact on future Exports &
employment. STPI Directors are acting as Development Commissioners for IT/ITeS SEZs.
Industry Promotion Activities
Department of Information Technology (DIT) through numerous industry promotion programs
continues to give a fillip to the IT and Electronics Hardware sector. Some of the major promotional
activities in the field of Information Technology and Electronics Hardware Manufacturing include the
following. Creating the right infrastructure in the country that is conducive to growth, broaden the
markets and create a level playing field. Provide R&D expertise and training programmes, assist in
building a better business management capacity and strengthening competitiveness of
organizations. Providing latest information on industry trends, management models, market and
advanced technologies. A few broad initiatives are discussed here.
• Infrastructure Support
• R&D Promotion
• Tax Incentives
• Prioritisation of Electronics Hardware Manufacturing
• Task Force
Infrastructure Support
Inadequate infrastructure has been identified as one of the constraining factors being faced by the
Electronics Hardware manufacturing sector. In order to address the same, the Department has
notified the Policy Resolution for setting up of Information Technology Investment Regions (ITIRs)*
in the Gazette of India dated 28.5.2008. These regions would be endowed with excellent
infrastructure and would reap the benefits of co-siting, networking and greater efficiency through
use of common infrastructure and support services.
R&D Promotion
Major highlights include promoting Startups focussed on technology and innovation, a weighted
deduction of 150% of expenditure incurred on in-house R&D is also available under the Income Tax
Ac. In addition to the existing scheme for funding R&D projects, the department has put in place the
2 key schemes.
Support International Patent Protection in Electronics & IT (SIP-EIT),
Multiplier Grants Scheme (MGS),

Tax Incentives
Over the years, the Government has been taking steps to bring down the total taxation level on
electronics Hardware. The general rate of excise duty (CENVAT) has been reduced to 8% and
Central Sales Tax (CST) has been reduced from 3% to 2%. VAT on IT products is @4%.

Prioritising Electronics Hardware Manufacturing


Electronics and IT Hardware manufacturing has been identified as a thrust sector for
Special Focus Initiatives in the Foreign Trade Policy, as a result of which:
• Expeditious clearance of approvals required from DGFT shall be ensured
• Exporters/Associations would be entitled to utilize Market Access Initiative (MAI) &
Market Development Assistance (MDA) Schemes of the Department of Commerce
for promoting Electronics and IT Hardware Manufacturing Industry exports

The details are available at the website of the Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce &
Industry (http://commerce.nic.in).
Task Force to Stimulate Growth
A Task Force was set up by the Department of Information Technology vide Office Order dated 11th
August, 2009 to make recommendations on the following issues:

• Strategies to augment the growth of the IT software and IT enabled services sector
in the context of global developments.
• Steps needed to accelerate domestic demand for (i) Electronics Hardware products
and (ii) IT & IT enabled services.

The Task Force has submitted its Report* on 11th December, 2009.

Overall Performance
• Revenue
• Exports
• Domestic

Revenue
The Indian Software & services industry has grown at a remarkable pace since 2001-02. The overall
Indian Software & Services industry revenue is estimated to have grown from US$ 10.2 billion in
2001-02 to reach US $ 58.7 billion in 2008-09- translating to a CAGR of about 26.9 per cent.
Despite the severe global recession, the industry grew at modest rate of 12.9 % in 2008-09. . IT-
ITES industry’s growth trends are given in the table below.

IT – ITES Industry Revenue Trends

Year/ 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 2008-


CAGR
Item 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

IT-ITeS 7.6 9.5 12.9 17.7 23.6 31.1 40.4 46.3 28.6
Exports

IT-ITeS 2.6 3.0 3.8 4.8 6.7 8.2 11.7 12.4 22.2
Domestic

Total 10.2 12.5 16.7 22.5 30.3 39.3 52.0 58.7 26.9

Source: Nasscom

As per NASSCOM, the industry is diversified across three major focus segments – IT Services, BPO
and software products & Engineering services. While IT Services have been the mainstay of the
industry, BPO and Engineering services sector has built upon the India value proposition and today
there exist integrated service providers across the three focus areas as well as niche providers. The
major three components of IT Services sector are custom application development, application
management and support and training. Other significant components are IT consulting, systems
integration, Infrastructure Services (IS) outsourcing, network consulting & integration and software
testing.
Among the verticals serviced by India’s IT-ITES-BPO industry those that account for the largest
share of revenue are banking, financial services and insurance(BFSI-41%), Hi-Tech/Telecom(20%),
manufacturing(17%), retail(8%), with smaller contributions coming from media, publishing and
entertainment, construction and utilities, healthcare and airlines and transportation. Important
industry verticals being serviced by the BPO segment are insurance, retail banking, travel and
hospitality, auto manufacturing, telecom and pharmaceuticals. Horizontals such as Customer
Interaction and Support (CIS), Finance and Accounting (F&A) and Human Resource Management
(HRM) are important areas in the BPO segment.

Exports
Exports continue to dominate the revenues earned by the Indian Software & Services Industry. The
export intensity (the share of IT-ITeS Exports to total IT-ITeS Revenue) of Indian Software &
Services Industry has grown from 74.5% in 2001-02 to 78.9% in 2008-09. Total Software &
Services Exports are estimated to have grown from US $ 7.6 billion to US $ 46.3 billion in 2008-09,
a CAGR of 28.6%.
The share of ITES-BPO exports has nearly doubled during this period. The total ITeS -BPO exports is
estimated to have increased from US $ 1.5 billion in 2001-02 to US $ 12.7 billion in 2008-09, a
CAGR of about 39.2 per cent. BPO now accounts for about 27 per cent of total exports. The Indian
BPO sector has not only added scale in the last nine years, but has also matured significantly in
terms of scope of service offerings, buyer segments served and service delivery models. Apart from
achieving maturity in the horizontal segment, providers are increasingly developing vertical/domain
specialization to capture greater value.
The fastest growing segment however is software products. It is growing at a CAGR of 48.5 per
cent. Segment wise export revenue trends are given in the table below.

Segment wise export Revenue Trends in IT – ITES Industry

2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 2008-


Year/ Item CAGR
02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

IT Service 5.8 5.5 7.3 10.0 13.3 17.8 23.1 26.5 23.2

ITeS-BPO 1.5 2.5 3.1 4.6 6.3 8.4 10.9 12.7 39.2

Software 0.3 1.5 2.5 3.1 4.0 4.9 6.4 7.1 48.5
Products,
Engineering
Services

Total IT-ITeS 7.6 9.5 12.9 17.7 23.6 31.1 40.4 46.3 28.6

Source: Nasscom

Domestic Market
Though the IT-BPO sector is export driven, the domestic market is also significant. The revenue
from the domestic Software & Services market is estimated to have grown from US $ 2.6 billion in
2001-02 to US $ 12.4 billion in 2008-09 a CAGR of about 22.2 per cent.
In the Domestic verticals of the Indian IT-ITeS Industry the IT Services segment continue to
dominate domestic portfolio of the industry. Its share however has declined from 80.8% in 2001-02
to 66.9% in 2008-09.
ITeS-BPO segment in the domestic market has witnessed noticeable growth over the past few
years. The share of ITeS-BPO industry in domestic market is estimated to have increased from
3.8% in 2001-02 to 15.3% in 2008-09.

Segment wise Domestic Revenue Trends in IT – ITES Industry

2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 2008-


Year/ Item CAGR
02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

IT Service 2.1 2.4 3.1 3.5 4.5 5.5 7.9 8.3 19.5

ITeS-BPO 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.6 0.9 1.1 1.6 1.9 44.5

Software 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.7 1.3 1.6 2.2 2.2 23.7
Products,
Engineering
Services

Total IT-ITeS 2.6 3.0 3.8 4.8 6.7 8.2 11.7 12.4 22.2

Source: Nasscom

Export Destinations
USA & UK continues to be major markets for the IT software and services exports. However the
share of USA has declined from 68.3 per cent in FY2005 to 60 per cent in FY2008, whereas that of
Europe has increased from 23.1 per cent to 31 per cent over the same period. Markets across
Continental Europe and the Asia Pacific are also witnessing significant year-on-year growth. This
trend towards a broader geographic market exposure is positive for the industry, not only as de-
risking measure but also as a means of accelerating growth by tapping new markets.

Market FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08

Americas 68.30% 67.18% 61.40% 60%

Europe (incl. UK) 23.10% 25.13% 30.10% 31%

Rest of the World (incl. APAC) 8.60% 7.69% 8.50% 9%

Employment
The total IT Software and Services employment is estimated to touch 2.20 million in 2008-09, as
compared to 0.52 million in 2001-02. This represents a net addition of 1.68 million to the industry
employee base since 2001-02. The indirect employment attributed by the sector is estimated to
about 8.0 million in 2008-09. This translates to the creation of about 10.20 million job opportunities
attributed to the growth of this sector.
IT-ITeS Exports constitute the major source of employment for employment in this industry and its
share has increased over the years. The share of IT-ITeS Exports segment in total employment of
the IT Software & Services Industry has grown from 52.9% in 2001-02 to 77.6% in 2008-09
whereas, the share of domestic market in total employment of the IT Software & Services Industry
has declined from 47.1% in 2001-02 to 22.6% in 2008-09.

Employment in IT-ITeS Industry

2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 2008-


Year/ Item
02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

IT Services & 0.17 0.21 0.30 0.39 0.51 0.69 0.86 0.92
Exports

BPO Exports 0.11 0.18 0.22 0.32 0.42 0.55 0.70 0.79

Domestic 0.25 0.29 0.32 0.35 0.38 0.38 0.45 0.50


Market

Total 0.52 0.67 0.83 1.06 1.29 1.62 2.01 2.21


Employment

Statistics
The production and growth trend of the Indian Electronics and IT-ITeS industry since 2004-05 has
been as follows:

Production
Year Growth (%)
(Rs. crore)

2004-05 152,420 28.9

2005-06 190,300 24.9

2006-07 244,000 28.3

2007-08 295,820 21.2

2008-09 372,450 25.9

2009-10* 411,220 10.4


Related Organizations
Electronic and Computer Software Export Promotion Council
Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC) represents the interests of
Indian electronics and IT sector at numerous forums including international trading arena of the
Electronic and Computer Software, joint Trade Committees of Ministry of Commerce, as well as at
joint Business Councils of various countries. Under the aegis of the Council, the IT services exports
have reached the shores of more than 200 countries across the world establishing India’s leadership
in quality and competitiveness. ESC has a strong membership base across the country covering the
entire gamut of Electronics and Software Industry. ESC offers a basket of services to its members
for boosting exports. For more information visit http://www.escindia.in

National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM)


The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) established in 1988 is a
not-for-profit Indian consortium with more than 1200 members created for promoting and
espousing the cause of the country's Information Technology and BPO industries. The members
include both Indian and MNCs with a presence in India. NASSCOM's initiatives include maintaining
India's leadership position in the global sourcing IT industry, plan and sustain continued IT industry
growth by enabling industry to tap into emerging areas and to strengthen the domestic market in
India. For ore information visit http://www.nasscom.org/

Software Technology Parks (STPs)


Software Technology Parks of India was set up in 1991 as an Autonomous Society under the
Department of Information Technology. STPI renders statuary services for the Software exporting
community with incubation facilities, training and value added services, etc. Exports made by 51
STPI registered units during 2008-09 is INR 215571 Crores about 90% of total software exports
from the Country. For more information visit http://www.stpi.in/

MAIT
Manufactures Association of Information Technology MAIT, set up in 1982 for scientific, educational
and IT industry promotion has emerged as an effective, influential and dynamic organisation,
representing actively Hardware, Training, Design/R&D and the associated services sectors of the
Indian IT Industry, The organisation's special focus is on domestic market development and
attracting foreign investment in the Indian IT Industry. MAIT’s charter is to develop a globally
competitive Indian IT Industry, promote the usage of IT in India, strengthen the role of IT in
national economic development and promote business through national and international alliances.
MAIT works in close association with the Department of IT & other Ministries. For more information
visit http://www.mait.com/

Future Trends
Globalisation has a profound impact in shaping the Indian Information Technology (IT) industry over
the years with India capturing a sizeable chunk of the global market for technology sourcing and
business services. Over the years the growth drivers for this sector have been the verticals of
manufacturing, telecom, insurance, banking, finance and of late the fledgling retail revolution. As
the new scenario unfolds it is getting clear that the future growth of IT and IT enabled services will
be fuelled by the verticals of climate change, mobile applications, healthcare, energy efficiency and
sustainable energy et al. Traditional business strongholds would make way for new geographies,
there would be new customers and more and more of SMEs(Small and Medium Enterprises) will go
for IT application and services. Rising up to the new challenges will only be possible when we scale-
up the value chain and put in efforts toward providing more and more of end-to-end solutions to the
clients.

Indian IT firms will have to strive for that extra mile and put in smart work to survive in the newer
growth opportunities. By the year 2010-11 our Software and Services export is expected to reach
US $ 60 billion and by 2011-12 which is also the terminal year of the eleventh five year plan, the
figures are expected to touch US$ 72 billion., this is assuming a 20% growth rate YOY(year over
year) for 2011-12.

National e-Governance Plan


Over the years, a large number of initiatives have been undertaken by various State Governments
and Central Ministries to usher in an era of e-Government. Sustained efforts have been made at
multiple levels to improve the delivery of public services and simplify the process of accessing them.
e-Governance in India has steadily evolved from computerization of Government Departments to
initiatives that encapsulate the finer points of Governance, such as citizen centricity, service
orientation and transparency. Lessons from previous e-Governance initiatives have played an
important role in shaping the progressive e-Governance strategy of the country. Due cognizance
has been taken of the notion that to speed up e-Governance implementation across the various
arms of Government at National, State, and Local levels, a programme approach needs to be
adopted, guided by common vision and strategy. This approach has the potential of enabling huge
savings in costs through sharing of core and support infrastructure, enabling interoperability
through standards, and of presenting a seamless view of Government to citizens.
The National e-Governance Plan (NeGP), takes a holistic view of e-Governance initiatives across
the country, integrating them into a collective vision, a shared cause. Around this idea, a massive
countrywide infrastructure reaching down to the remotest of villages is evolving, and large-scale
digitization of records is taking place to enable easy, reliable access over the internet. The ultimate
objective is to bring public services closer home to citizens, as articulated in the Vision Statement of
NeGP.

"Make all Government services accessible to the common man in his locality, through
common service delivery outlets, and ensure efficiency, transparency, and reliability of
such services at affordable costs to realise the basic needs of the common man"

The Government approved the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP), comprising of 27 Mission
Mode Projects (MMPs) and 8 components, on May 18, 2006. The Government has accorded
approval to the vision, approach, strategy, key components, implementation methodology, and
management structure for NeGP. However, the approval of NeGP does not constitute financial
approval(s) for all the Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) and components under it. The existing or
ongoing projects in the MMP category, being implemented by various Central Ministries, States, and
State Departments would be suitably augmented and enhanced to align with the objectives of
NeGP.

R & D in Information Technology

Information products and services have become increasingly a major component of our lives thus
necessitating the need to enhance competencies in every sphere of Information Technology. In the
brave new world a widespread access to information, communications and resources is the only
solution to remove the insurmountable barriers to education, democratization process and overall
economic growth. The primary objectives of the Research and Development programmes supported
by the Department of Information Technology is thus to facilitate proliferation and absorption of
emerging technologies in the IT sector, facilitate capacity building, creating the right infrastructure
and making the existing technologies, affordable to the citizens of the country. This is the only way
to take lead in the global knowledge economy. The Department supports Research and
Development and coordinates the technical activities of the respective Scientific Societies of the
Department
• Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC)
• Media Lab Asia
• Free and Open Source Software(FOSS)
• Bio-informatics

IT Exports rise 15.01 percent


Software Technology Parks of India was established in 1991 and registered as an
Autonomous Society under the Department of Information Technology, Ministry of
Communications and Information Technology. STPI was set-up to implement the STP
Scheme and to promote software exports by providing infrastructure facilities
including High Speed Data Communication (HSDC) links.

There has been an impressive growth of software exports made by STP registered
units in the year under review, considering the global recession. The exports grew
from Rs 180155.31crore in 2007-08 to Rs 207357.92 crore in 2008-09, with a YOY
growth of 15.01 %.

STP Scheme, which is a 100% export oriented scheme, has attracted many entrepreneurs in
the area of software and services. As on 31st March 2009, 8455 units were operative out of
which 7214 units have exported software in FY 2008-09.

State wise Exports by STP Registered Units

SN Name of the State 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09


1 Andhra Pradesh 18582.00 26122.00 31039.00
2 Chandigarh 345.00 455.11 539.00
3 Chattisgarh 2.00 0.22 1.83
4 Delhi 4146.00 5264.00 1762.00
5 Gujarat 564.00 681.00 1268.13
6 Haryana 9287.00 10960.00 12410.00
7 Himachal Pradesh 1.00 1.10 0.75
8 Jammu Kashmir 2.00 1.28 1.74
9 Karnataka 48700.00 55000.00 70375.00
10 Kerala 750.00 1201.00 1803.00
11 Madhya Pradesh 220.00 185.22 198.00
12 Maharashtra 27625.00 35374.00 42360.88
13 Orissa 732.00 844.00 1162.00
14 Pondicherry 44.00 64.00 78.65
15 Punjab 195.00 227.56 230.00
16 Rajasthan 312.00 275.30 358.00
17 Tamilnadu 20745.00 28295.00 28355.58
18 Uttar Pradesh 8453.00 10695.21 10264.36
19 Uttrakhand 9.00 9.31 21.00
20 West Bengal 3500.00 4500.00 5129.00
TOTAL 144214 180155.31 207357.92

SOURCE : Software Technology Parks of India


http://www.stpi.in/index1.php?langid=1&level=1&sublinkid=168&lid=177