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INDIA EMERGING AS A SUPERPOWER. Created By:- Gunjan B Dave Branch:- Electrical Engi. Batch:- A7 College:- GCET. GDP. The best barometer of country’s economic standing is measured by its GDP.

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india emerging as a superpower

INDIA EMERGING AS A SUPERPOWER

Created By:- Gunjan B Dave

Branch:- Electrical Engi.

Batch:- A7

College:- GCET

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GDP

The best barometer of country’s economic standing is measured by its GDP.

  • India, the second most populated country of the world has emerged as one of the fastest growing economies.
  • In the previous four years, economy grew at 9%.In 2008-09 India’s economy-GDP grew by 6.5% due to global recession.
  • The Indian economy is expected sustain a growth rate of 8% for the next three years up to 2012.
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Major investment required in the following infrastructure sectors:

  • Modernization of highways  
  • Development of  civil aviation  
  • Development of Ports   
  • Development of Railways  
  • Development of Telecom  
  • Development of Power 
  • Development of urban & rural infrastructure        
  • Irrigation 
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CONSTRUCTION

In India, the investment in construction accounts for nearly 11 per cent of India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and nearly 50 per cent of its Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF).

India's construction equipment sector is growing at a scorching pace of over 30 per cent annually--driven by huge investments by both the Government and the private sector in infrastructure development.

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Atlanta B L KashyapC & C Constructions Capital Hotels & Developers Continental Construction Era Constructions India Gammon India Gayatri Projects GMR Infrastructure GVK Power & Infrastructure Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) ITD Cementation India [Kvaerner Cementation] IVRCL Infrastructures & Projects Jaiprakash Associates

Lanco Infra LtdLarsen & Toubro (L&T)Maducon ProjectsNagarjuna Construction LimitedParsvnath Developers Petron Engineering Construction Pratibha Industries Punj Lloyd Roman TarmatSAAG RR Infra Sadbhav Engineering Sanghvi Movers Tantia Constructions TIL(Tractors India)UnitechUnity Infraprojects.

education
EDUCATION

India is the second largest Education market of the world

  • India has around  370 universities and 18000 colleges out of which 115 universities and 2,100 collegesteach various engineering disciplines.With 12 million students on their rolls, and half a million teachers teaching in all disciplines. 
  • Engineering colleges in the country have been growing at 20 per cent a year, while business schools have grown at 60 per cent.
  • After China producing 600,000 engineering graduates India produced  around 5,00,000 number of engineering graduates in the year 2006-07,out of which 30 per cent were computer engineers. United States and Europe produces only 70,000 100,000 and engineering graduates every year.
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The engineer graduates from top 10 engineering institutes of India get a maximum and minimum of 24 lakh and 2 lakh per year respectively with an average of 4.5 lakh per year.

The students passing out from top 10 business school gets a maximum and minimum salary of 34 lakh and 4.5 lakh respectively with an average of 8.2 lakh per year.

power
POWER
  • India has the fifth largest and third largest electricity generation capacity in the world and Asia respectively.
  • India is the 6th largest energy consumer in the world
  • India’s requires an investment of $200 billion, to be able to fulfill projected power demand by 2012. At present, India has an installed capacity of 132,110 mw which was 1362MW in 1947  . 
highways and roads
HIGHWAYS AND ROADS
  • India has an extensive road network of 3.3 million km–the second largest in the world.
  • Roads carry about 61% of the freight and 85% of the passenger traffic.
  • Highways/Expressways constitute about 66,000 km (2% of all roads) and carry 40% of the road traffic.
  • The Government of India spends about Rs.18000 crores (US $ 4 billion) annually on road development.
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Present Status of Indian Highways & Roads 

The ambitious National Highway Development Project (NHDP) of the Government is at an advanced stage of implementation.Key projects under implementation are:

  • The Golden Quadrilateral (GQ-5846 km of 4 lane highways)
  • North-South & East-West Corridors (NSEW-7300 km of 4 lane highways)
  • Program for 4-laning of about 14,000 km of National Highways is on.
railways
RAILWAYS

Salient features of Indian Railways:

  • Total route coverage > 63500KM
  • Number of locomotives >7900
  • Number of fright wagons > 222400
  • Number of passenger coaches > 42500
  • Number of persons employed >1.6 million
  • Number of trains operated per day> 14000
  • Indian rail network is the second largest in the world under single management.
  • Indian rail is the  fourth largest freight carrier amongst the world’s railways. 
  • Indian rail network is the  largest carrier of passengers amongst the world’s railway system.
tourism
TOURISM
  • Unity in Diversity
  • The figures reaching a  record 4.5 million in 2006.
  • The tourism industry is the second highest foreign exchange earner in the economy.
  • Tourism industry contributed to 5.9 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product and provided employment to 18 million people. This figure is expected to go up to 24.8 million by 2010.
  • As per reports the tourism industry will contribute close to Rs 8, 50,000 crores to India’s GDP by 2020.