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Presentation on Make in India

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This presentation is pertaining to the make in India intitative which had took since few months ago,I given brief information about the event,Its probable contribution to GDP,FDI & Export promotion in the country.

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Presentation on Make in India

  1. 1. Presentation on Make In India -Presented by Sumanth
  2. 2. Make in India Campaign Objective  Ultimate objective is to make India a renowned manufacturing hub for key sectors. Companies across the globe would be invited to make investment and set up factories and expand their facilities in India  Using India’s highly talented and skilled manpower to create world class zero defect products.  The purpose of Make in India Campaign- 1. Job Creation 2. Economic Development 3. Global Recognition Mission “Manufacture in India and sell the products worldwide.”
  3. 3. Let’s Move On to Major 25 Sectors
  4. 4. 25 Key Sectors
  5. 5. When It was Announced?  India’s honorable prime minister Shri. Narendra Modi will make an short investment pitch at Vigyan Bhavan Convention Center in New Delhi on 25th Sep. 2014.
  6. 6. Why Make In India?  The first and most important condition in order to make in India is to have a low inflation regime where policies are predictable and consistent.  High inflation reduces two ingredients of a successful make in India campaign 1. Capital accumulation & 2. The rate of change in productivity.  Beyond inflation, make in India investors will look for policy stability with respect to trade, duties i.e both import and export and taxation.
  7. 7. 28% 16% 56% Contribution by the Sectors to Economy Agriculture Manufacturing Service
  8. 8. How this would be achieved?  Skill development programs would be launched especially for people from rural and poor ones from urban cities.  25 key sectors have been short listed such as telecommunications, power, automobile, tourism, pharmaceuticals and others.  Individuals aged 15-35 years would get high quality training in the following key areas such as welding, masonries, painting, nursing to help elder people.  Skill certifications would be given to make training process, a standard. Currently manufacturing in India suffers due to low productivity rigid laws and poor infrastructure resulting in low quality products getting manufactured.  Over 1000 training centres would be opened across India in the next 2 years.
  9. 9. Benefits from Make In India Campaign  This will help in creating job market for over 10 million people in India  Manufacturing done here would boost India’s GDP, trade and economic grow
  10. 10. Top Corporate Companies Attended Make In India Campaign:  Tata Group  Reliance Industries  Biocon  Samsung  Honda  Airbus  Wipro  Vodafone
  11. 11. Top 2 Reasons: Why ‘Make in India’ is positive for markets, economy..?  "We should manufacture goods in such a way that they carry zero defects, so that our exported goods are never returned to us. We should manufacture goods with zero effect that they should not have a negative impact on the environment" PM Modi said in his speech on 68th Independence Day.
  12. 12. FirstReason-BoostingGDP
  13. 13. Here is the collated a list of stocks from various sectors, which are likely to benefit as India marches forward on the growth map:  Infrastructure sector: Larsen and Toubro, IRB Infra and Adani Ports should be the key beneficiaries of policy moves on building transport infrastructure  Power Sector: Power Grid Corp should be the biggest beneficiary of the second generation reforms in the power sector  Banking: Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, SBI, PFC and REC should be the key beneficiaries of India's big infra opportunity, given their domain expertise in Infra financing.  Oil & Gas: ONGC is set to emerge as the biggest beneficiary of the dramatic reduction in fuel subsidy over the next five years.  Metals & Mining: Tata Steel, JSW Steel and UltraTech should be key beneficiaries of India's move to materials intensive growth.
  14. 14. Second Reason- Need to increase FDI  Each 1 per cent increase in FDI adds about 0.4 per cent to a country's GDP growth. So, to boost GDP growth by about 2 per cent, India will need about 5 per cent increase in FDI.

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