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  1. National Seminar on India’s Economic Growth and Environmental Sustenance June 05, 2008 Infrastructure Development and Economic Growth Rajiv Kumar ICRIER

  2. Overview of Indian Infrastructure

  3. Total Telephone Subscribers per ‘000 Population Note: Total telephone subscribers refer to the sum of main telephone lines and cellular mobile subscribers Source: ITU

  4. Electric power consumption (kWh per capita) Source: WDI and Economic Survey, India

  5. Average Turn Round Time - All Major Ports(In Days) A study by Crisil Infrastructure reveals that the cost incurred on transporting commodities from ships to factories in India accounts for 11 per cent of the cost of production. The global average is around 6 per cent. (Businessworld, June 2008)

  6. Railways, goods transported (million ton per km) Definition: Goods transported by railway are the volume of goods transported by railway, measured in metric tons times km traveled. Source: WDI

  7. Public-Private Share in Irrigation Source : Statistical Abstract, 2005

  8. Infrastructure: Deficit

  9. Infrastructure &Economic Growth

  10. Infrastructure Index 2004-05 Note: Infrastructure Index consists of four indicators are Teledensity, percapita Electricity Consumption, Road density and Railways line density Principal components analysis technique used to construct the index

  11. Relationship Between Per capita Income and Infrastructure Index (2004-05)

  12. Relationship Between Poverty and Infrastructure Index (2004-05)

  13. Development of Infrastructure &11th Plan

  14. Projected Investment in Infrastructure in the 11th Plan(as % of GDP) Total Investment in the 11th Plan Projected investment in Infrastructure during 11th Plan is US$ 494 Billion Source: 11th five year plan

  15. Projected Share of Private Investment to the Total Infrastructure Investment in the 11th Plan ? Source: 11th five year plan

  16. Projected Investment: Source Wise Note: IBER- Internal and External Budgetary Resources

  17. Central Budget Expenditure on Infrastructure (% to GDP)

  18. GOVERNANCE ISSUES: THE KEY

  19. SOME SUGGESTIONS

  20. Thank you