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CREATING HAPPY INDIA Through Swadeshi Industries

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India’s attractiveness as an investment destination

; The FMCG sector even otherwise has not been a priority for big industrial houses like Tata, Reliance etc. FMCG in India: How the operating environment changed In 1978 due to the policy of protecting the small scale sector the environment turned hostile towards the then big players in the market. Many like Coca Cola did leave India However, there were others like Hindustan Levers who adapted to the/


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establishment of trade routes from Muslim ports in India Sufi mystics and traders carried Islam to /government. Power of Individual Monarchs Evolved development of small national armies growth of trained bureaucracies ability to/ Dynasty Established by Manchu People Full Scale European Trade begins in China Last Dynasty of China Japanese / Nationalism Capitalism (Adam Smith actually from 1700s) Proto-Industrialism and Industrialism Liberalism, Radicalism, Conservatism Antithesis to Marxism is revisionism Idea/


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Meaning Development banks are financial agencies that provide medium and long term financial assistance and act as catalytic agents in promoting balanced.

Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) (2) IDBI Bank Ltd. (3) IDBI Capital Market Services Ltd. (4) IDBI Investment Management Company Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India (ICICI) Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India was established as a joint stock company in the private sector in/ backward areas and small scale industries Functions of State Financial Corporation 1) Grant of loans and advances to or subscribe to debentures of industrial concerns repayable within/


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GATEWAY TO INDIA Key Investment Promotion Offices … (1/3) For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AgencyDescriptionContact Information Directorate of Industries The work of the Directorate of Industries, Maharashtra state, is mainly confined to the development and progress of large-scale, small-scale and cottage industries in the state. The Department of Industries was reorganised and the Directorate of Industries was formed in August 1960. Control of cottage industries was transferred/


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are required to form a cooperative society. In case of multi- state cooperative societies the minimum number should be 50 from each state. (d) Registration of the Society: In India, cooperative societies are registered under the /Small Scale Inddustries  A small-scale industry is one in which the investment in plant & machinery is less than Rs. 1 crore.  When investment is less than Rs. 25 Lakhs it qualifies to be treated as a “Tiny” sector SSI. Small Scale Industries  Registration of a small scale/


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Laboratories Industry Needs and Expectations Large industrial houses have the resources to invest in technology development but Academic participation is often needed in minor technological innovation Medium & small scale industry, often depend on support in / Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) –National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) to develop the next generation of high growth entrepreneurship in India –IISER –IISER devoted to science education and research –NFSE –NFSE to oversee and funds research & new/


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1 ECONOMIC STATISTICS PROGRAMME IN INDIA by S.K.Nath, INDIA 2 MAIN PROGRAMMES ON ECONOMIC STATISTICS Annual Surveys of Industries (ASI) Annual Surveys of Industries (ASI) Economic Census Economic Census Country-wide Large Scale Sample Surveys Country-wide Large Scale Sample Surveys Census of Registered Small Scale Industries Census of Registered Small Scale Industries 3 CHALLENGES Under Economic Statistics there is no Statistical Act for data collection, except for ASI Under Economic Statistics/


During the 19th Century there were attempts to follow the example of the West in religion and in social and political reform. Educated India became growingly.

industrialization leads to a decline in Indias industrial growth rates. Skyrocketing world oil prices deeply affect the country, a large importer of oil. In agriculture, India ushers in /small-scale sector" to promote employment. These small producers are unable to compete for contracts with large, international buyers. 1980-1984: Indias share of world trade falls to 0.4 percent. Exports finance 60 percent of imports. By 1984, Rajiv Gandhi implements changes to stimulate Indias nascent high-tech industry/


INDUSTRIAL POLICY IN INDIA: ISSUES, OBJECTIVES & EXPERIENCE.

of the private sector. Stress the role of cottage and village and small scale industries in the development of the national economy. Disparities in levels of development between different regions should be progressively reduced. Industrial Policy 1973 Certain structural distortions called for policy changes in IPR 1956 Provide for a closer interaction between the agricultural and industrial sectors Highest priority to the generation and transmission of power. Identify/


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already working at Vellore and Coimbatore 18 Establishing and Managing Entrepreneurship Clubs (E-Clubs) in Southern India Expected outcomes: Provide solutions for common problems Enhancing the productivity and competitiveness of entrepreneurs Capacity building of micro and small enterprises Facilitate substantial economic of scale Provide management training Provide incubator services Representation to industry associations / other agencies 19 Support to SMEs through Business Incubation at VIT Technology/


Strategies in Mature Industries, High-Growth-Phase Industries, Declining Industries, Fragmented Industries Shailaja Menon Roll No. 24 Gautam PrabhukeluskarRoll.

Share in India’s GDP 2.1% to 3.6% Auto Component Makers / Auto Ancillary Industries Strategies in High-Growth-Phase Industries To tap this demand, domestic industry Needs to scale up significantly Should attract talent in a /be many small privately held firms) Can range from Charterered Accountant Firms / Law Firms / Restaurants to Cement players Strategies in Fragmented Industries Strategies at work – Strategic Alliances / Partnerships & Consolidation (witnessed in Indian Cement Industry in the past/


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— Eligible Undertaking shall manufacture or produce any article or thing not being any article or thing specified in the list in the Eleventh Schedule, or operates one or more cold storage plant or plants, in any part of India. However in relation to a small-scale industrial undertaking or an industrial undertaking referred in section 80-IB(4) Eligible Undertaking shall manufacture or produce any article or thing, or operates/


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–Inundation: regular flooding Schedule –Monarchy: Pharaoh and Small class of Priests –Duality: Complex Religion, Mummification /Dynasty –Established by Manchu People –Full Scale European Trade begins in China –Last Dynasty of China Japanese /in India –Central Asian Turkish adventurer invaded India in 1523, seized Delhi in 1526 –By his death in 1530, Mughal empire embraced most of India/Adam Smith actually from 1700s) s Proto-Industrialism and Industrialism s Liberalism, Radicalism, Conservatism s Antithesis/


SUBAITA ZUBAIR Introduction to Demography. Introduction Population growth is the single most important set of events ever to occur in human history, “the.

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family workers generally form the largest component of small- scale force. Entrepreneurship Management Importance of small scale industry Small scale industries play an important role in the process of country’s industrial development. It accounts for 40% of the total values of industrial production and contributes directly about 33% of aggregate exports. In a developing country like India it is a small scale industry that constitutes the backbone of industrial structure. Its development has created vast/


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left to the initiative and enterprise of the private sector. 13.The Government of India would stress the role of cottage and village and small scale industries in the development of the national economy. 14. Disparities in levels of development between different regions should be progressively reduced. INDUSTRIAL POLICY FEBRUARY 2, 1973 1.The Industrial Policy Resolution of 1956 still remained valid, but certain structural distortions had crept/


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Trade and Investment Environment in India S K Verma, Deputy Director General, India Taipei Association, Taipei.

in which they have equity participation in India.  c. Trading of hi-tech items/items requiring specialised after sales service  d. Trading of items for social sector  e. Trading of high-tech, medical and diagnostic items.  f. Trading of items sourced from the small scale/to Delhi thrice a week.  Some business/industry associations have collaborative MoUs. January 9, 2004 S K Verma, India Taipei Association : b78ita@ms24.hinet.net36 Fortune 500 & Major MNCs in India Telecom  AT&T  Swiss Telecom  /


Mineral reserves or Ore reserves that are valuable and legally and economically and technically feasible to extract Mineral resources in India are adequately.

Salt.Manganese OreCoalBauxiteMicaIronSalt Further, there other varieties too that are not found in abundance. The Mining industry in India is a major economic activity which contributes significantly to the economy of India. The GDP contribution of the mining industry varies from 2.2% to 2/5% only but going by the GDP of the total industrial sector it contributes around 10% to 11% Coal is abundantly available/


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Study to Size the Counterfeit Market for Auto Components in India

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which Manufacturing, Industrial and GDP growth remained at 8.7%, 8.0% and 7.6% resp. 16 1990-91 2006-07 SME IN INDIA 35.7 lakh SME units (2003) Employment Generation in SSI 295 lakh Share in Industrial value added 39/ of their gross annual income as per Income Tax return. (iii) For Small Scale Industrial Units, Small Scale Services & Business Enterprises (SSSBEs) including tiny sector units the assessment norms in vogue as per the Nayak Committee recommendations. To provide hassle free financial support /


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meeting the minimum investment criteria Continuous requirement to invest 50% in backend capital expenditure may be difficult to achieve Mandatory sourcing of 30% from small scale industries Challenges in achieving economies of scale and consistency in quality Increase in cost on account of procurement in small quantity and training of multiple suppliers Challenges associated with switching to another supplier when small scale supplier outgrows its size Transfer of Shares Transfer of shares/


Trade Policy, Inequality and Performance in Indian Manufacturing Kunal Sen IDPM, University of Manchester.

shares of different industries in overall manufacturing output (w i), increasing the output of exportables and reducing output of import competing industries. Finally, trade can have an impact on employment by changing labour coefficients within industries (L/Q)i. These three impacts can be referred to as the scale effect, the composition effect, and the process effect of trade. Factor Content of India’s Manufacturing Exports/


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India “Truth alone triumphs”. Contents India in the New Millennium Great Indians Quotes on India Civilized Past Indian Philosophy Sights of India The.

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Bangladesh will also account for 22% of increase in labour force in LDCs between 2000-10. Background Growth in Bangladesh Economy attributed to rapid growth in mainly services, construction and small scale industry on account of demand stimulus from Growth in Bangladesh Economy attributed to rapid growth in mainly services, construction and small scale industry on account of demand stimulus from a. Growth of garment industry b. Remittances c. Growing agricultural income Osmani/


Overview of the Indian Economy and Related Opportunities by Marvin Hildebrand Consul General of Canada in Mumbai.

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and flexibility. Rail is preferred because of containerization facility and ease in transporting ship-containers and wooden crates. In order to encourage trade by small scale industries, Indian Railways has started a “road-railer”system where container vehicles/and establishing cold chain from production to consumption is required FEDERATION OF FREIGHT FORWARDERS ASSOCIATIONS IN INDIA D) Horticulture Production- India may be among one of the world’s leading producers of horticulture products but more /


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GENERATION UNDER EXISTING SYSTEM FARM LABOURS HAMALS COMMISSION AGENTS BROKERS TRANSPORTERS TEA SHOP OWNERS HOTELS DHABAS SHOP KEEPERS HAWKERS CONSUMER COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES SMALL SCALE-INDUSTRIES & MANUFACTURERES 21 Implications of large Multinational & Corporate Retailers in Retail Trade All the traders will be rendered jobless. India is very different country where the markets have evolved over hundred’s of years. The traders made redundant will struggle to/


National Development Banks in comparative perspective

the central bank began administering a credit guarantee scheme for small-scale industries from July 1960. With a view to supporting various term-financing institutions, the RBI set up the National Industrial Credit (Long-Term Operations) Fund from the year 1964-65. The infrastructure The industrial finance infrastructure consisted of the Industrial Finance Corporation of India (established in 1948), the State Financial Institutions set up under an Act/


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