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Where culture echoes, tradition speaks, beauty entrails & diversity delights

TOURISM AGRICULTURE CHEMICALS

AUTOMOBILE

AVIATION

TEXTILE

BANKING & FINANCE OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

TRANSPORT

MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT

TELECOMMINICATION

EDUCATION FOOD PROCESSING

PHARMACEUTICALS

THE CHANGING INDIA


Rising consumer spending Growth of services Indian manufacturing establishing itself on the global stage Pervasive Communication Infrastructure growth Growth in literacy and higher education Mature political economy with development as its core agenda

The INDIAN Economy


High GDP growth Agriculture grew by 9.1%. Manufacturing grew by 7.3% in 2007-08. Other sectors like electricity, construction etc grew more than 5% Foreign exchange reserves have grown to over US$ 90 billion

INDIAN MNCS
Buyer
Reliance Ind. Tata Motors Infosys Tech. Aditya Birla Wipro

Acquisition

Price

Flag Telecom, Bermuda US $ 212 m Daewoo, Korea Export Information Sevices, Australia US $118 m US $ 3.1 m

Dashiquio Chem, China US $ 8.5 m NerveWire Inc, USA US $ 18.5 m.

WHYtheTO INVEST IN INDIA.. Tenth India is 4th largest economy, in terms of purchasing power parity.

most industrialized economy.

Strong macro-economic performance. Political stability and broad consensus on reforms. Liberal and transparent investment regime. Well developed banking system. Vibrant capital market. National Stock Exchange third largest, Bombay Stock Exchange fifth largest in terms of number of trades. Among the highest rates of returns on investment. Profitability of US investments in India: 19.33% in 2000 (according to US Department of Commerce).

Strong pool of scientific and technical manpower. Prowess of IITs, IIMs well known. 2nd largest English-speaking population. Abundant, high-quality, cost-effective, competitive manpower. Over 100,000 IT professionals added each year. India rated as the most attractive destination for offshore business processing by global consultancy A T Kearney. IT Industry $14 billion; growing at 50% p.a. Exports $12 billion; 2008 exports target: $60 billion, to be 35% of India's total exports. Job creation: a million direct & 2-3 million indirect

KNOWLEDGE BANK

POLICIES

Deregulated licensing policy except industries in alcohol, cigarettes, hazardous chemicals and defense equipments. Easy taxation policy Stocks can be sold without prior permission Foreign exchange procedures have been relaxed Custom interface have been computerized

Foreign Direct Investment


FDI under Automatic Route except in areas: Attracting compulsory licensing or for acquisition of shares in an existing company. Sectors not open to FDI. (Gambling, lottery etc.) Investor can bring automatic route cases for Foreign Investment Promotion Board approval. Foreign technology collaborations freely allowed under automatic and government approval routes.

Infrastructure
National Highways being offered during the current year. Many more opportunities in the States.

Roads: Capacity enhancement of highways. 7000 kms of

the rapidly growing, increasingly affluent urban middle class. City level infrastructure. roads, bridges, IT Parks, sanitation and water supply, etc. Sagar Mala' with an investment of $22 billion. Development of Ports. Shipping. Upgradation and operation of cruise terminal.

Urban Infrastructure: Development of townships for Ports: Government of India's initiative of developing ports Power: Addition of 100,000 MW required over the next 10

years. Installed capacity 106,000 MW. Hydro-electric initiative to develop 50,000 MW. 1.5 million every month. To increase by 20 million this year. Figure to rise to 100 million in the next 3-4 years.

Telecommunications: Cellular phones increasing @

LOCATION
7th largest country in terms of area & 2nd in terms of population. 28 States & 6 Union Territories with New Delhi being her capital. The India is flanked by the borders of Pakistan, Myanmar, China, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. Seas/Oceans: Arabian Sea (West), Bay of Bengal (East), Indian Ocean (South) Location of India: Southern Asia Also known as Bharat Varsh, Hindustan and Aryavarta.

WORLD RANKINGS
Automobile industry- 9th largest in world
(Source: wikipedia.com)

Indian cricket team- 3rd


(Source: ICC world ranking)

2nd largest producer of paddy rice, wheat, sugarcane


(Source: FAOSTAT, world rank calculated by DG AGRI)

Indias labor force- 2th largest in world


(Source: indexmundi.com)

Electricity production- 5th largest


(Source: indexmundi.com)

Reserves of foreign exchange and gold- 6th largest


(Source: indexmundi.com)

Telecommunications, mobile cellular- 3rd largest

Prevalence of foreign technology licensing - Rank 1 in the world. Availability of scientist and engineers - Rank 2. Quality of management schools - Rank 9. In terms of purchasing power parity- 4th Industrialized economy: 10th
(Source: rediff.com)

Internet users- 4th largest Railways- 4th largest Manpower available for military services- 2nd largest Investments- 12th largest Oil consumption- 6th largest

TOURISM IN INDIA
Rural tourism Health tourism Eco tourism Adventure tourism Wildlife tourism Pilgrimage tourism Sports tourism Cultural tourism

HEALTH TOURISM
Cost effective, easy accessibility and superior quality Ayurveda has gained a lot of global attraction. Being one of the main features of tourist attraction down south. The medical tourism market in India is expected to grow to $2 billion a year by 2012-13.

WILDLIFE TOURISM
Rich forests cover with worth appreciating rare and endangered species Tigers, rhinoceros, elephants, black buck, lions, cobra, peacocks are the major attractions To name few Corbett National Park ,Periyar Sanctuary, Ranthambore Park, Bharatpur Birds Sanctuary , Bandhavgarh ,Nanda Devi Wildlife Sanctuary etc.

SPORTS TOURISM
Events in near future: Commonwealth games 2010, New Delhi Hockey world cup, 2010 ICC Cricket world cup, 2011 IPL and champions league Bidding for 2018 Olympics

PILGRIMAGE TOURISM

The great religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Islam, Christianity and Sikhism are the integral part of Indian culture. one can feel the blissful serenity of the Indian atmosphere where Lord Buddha, Mahavir Jain, Shri Sathya Sai Baba and Guru Nanak once walked turning the Indian soil pious. To name a few destinations Kedarnath, Varanasi, Golden temple, Sarnath, Bodhgaya, Manikaran , Vrindavan etc.

ADVENTURE TOURISM
Angling, Camel safari, Mountaineering, Paragliding, Elephant safari, Rock climbing, Scuba diving, Skiing, Trekking , White water rafting.

ECO TOURISM

Ecotourism is a preserving travel to natural areas to appreciate the cultural and natural history of the environment, taking care not to disturb the integrity of the ecosystem. The few places like the Himalayan Region, Kerala, the northeast India, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and the Lakshadweep islands are some of the places where you can enjoy the treasured wealth of the Mother Nature.

RURAL TOURISM

Rural India has much to offer to the world. Rich in traditions of arts, crafts and culture. So far the government has identified 31 villages across the country as tourist spots. The central government has pledged assistance to the states amounting to Rs 0.5 million for developing a site for rural tourism.

CULTURAL TOURISM
Indian dances Indian music Cuisines of India Indian festivals Are some of the many cultural factors attracting people worldwide.

28 STATES, each unique in its own way

TAJ MAHAL one of the seven wonders of world

TASTE BUD changes every 5 miles

Every alternate day is a FESTIVAL

Thank You
Abhishek Saurabh Gunjan Kharbanda Ishneet Kaur Sawhney Archana Chandel Surojit Bose

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