Online Master: Indian Economy and Foreign Trade

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Syllabus of the Online Course (Subject): Economy of India. Indian International Trade. Industry. Automotive.

  1. Indian Economy
    1. Economic Area of the Hindu Civilisation
  2. Indian international trade
  3. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India
  4. Indian Industrial Sector:
    1. Engineering
    2. Steel
    3. Automotive
    4. Biotechnology
  5. Indian service sector:
    1. Software
    2. Bollywood
  6. Indian Micro, small and medium enterprises
  7. Indian middle-class
  8. Intellectual Property Rights in India
  9. International Relations of India

Businesspeople and Indian companies

  1. Hinduja
  2. Birla
  3. Infosys
  4. Relliance
  6. Cyrus S. Poonawalla
  7. Wadia
  8. Godrej
  9. TATA Group
  10. Sahu Jain
  11. Gautam Adani
  12. Bhavarlal Hiralal Jain
  13. Ajit Gulabchand
  14. Azim Premji
  15. Yusuf Khwaja Hamied
The eLearning Course (Subject) “Indian Economy” is part of the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Bachelor in International Trade
  2. Masters: International Business, Foreign Trade, Asia, BRICS Countries
  3. Doctorates: Business in Asia, Foreign Trade
  4. Course: Business in India

Higher Education programs adapted for Indian Students

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  1. Credits of the Online Course / Subject “Indian Economy and foreign trade”: 1 ECTS Credits
  2. Duration: one week

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Description of the Online Course: Indian Economy

  1. India (BRICS Country) is the fourth largest economy in the World by Purchasing Power Parity
  2. India is one of the most attractive destinations for international business and Foreign direct investment (FDI) opportunities owing to extensive human resources base, diversified natural resources, and strong macroeconomics fundamentals
  3. The Indian Economy has experimented substantial modifications since the introduction of the economic reforms in 1991 based on liberalisation, privatisation, and globalisation
  4. The actual scenario of the Indian Economy is characterised by a positive growth and strong macroeconomics fundamentals, particularly with tangible progress towards the fiscal consolidation and a strong balance of payments position
  5. The growth of the Indian middle-class, with increasing purchasing power, along with a strong macroeconomics fundamentals have attracted the largest auto producers to the Indian market
  6. 380 million Indians (72 million households) have an annual household revenue of 10,000 dollars (in PPP terms)
  7. The economic reforms since the early nineties have unleashed a new entrepreneurial spirit creating a vibrant economy
  8. Currency: Indian Rupee (INR) = 100 Paise
  9. Inflation (CPI): 5%
  10. Active Population: 502.3 million people
  11. Top destinations of the Indian exports: The European Union, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, and China
  12. The main Indian exports: software, petrochemical, agricultural products, leather, jewellery, engineering, pharmaceuticals, textiles, chemicals, transport, and raw materials
  13. The main Indian imports: crude oil, gold and precious stones, electronics, engineering products, chemicals, plastics, coal, iron and steel, vegetable oil, and commodities
  14. The main Indian suppliers: China, European Union, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates

Indeed, the rise of the young Indian urban consumer has been a characteristic of the economic transformation of India. In their mid-twenties, members of this segment do not think twice before spending on expensive global brands. They are comfortable buying on credit, have purchased a house and a car, something their parents could never have dreamt of doing in their youth. The house is an investment for them and the car an indulgence.

The Indian industrial sector majorly consisting of heavy and light engineering, steel, automotive, biotechnology, drugs and pharmaceuticals, food processing, mines and minerals, and fertilizers.

India has established a robust and diversified manufacturing base for production of a broad variety of basic and capital products to meet the requisites of various sectors including heavy electrical, power generation and transmission, process equipment, cars, ships, aircraft, mining, chemicals, and petroleum. The Indian industrial sector recorded a healthy growth of 10.3%

Automotive, being one of the largest industries, facilitates the improvement in various infrastructure facilities like power, rail and road transport. India is the second largest two wheeler manufacturer in the World, the fifth-largest commercial vehicles manufacturer as well as the largest tractor manufacturer.

India is the fourth largest passenger car market in Asia as well as a home to the largest motorcycle manufacturer.

Over the years, the engineering industries, both light and heavy engineering, have registered an impressive growth rate and are having a strong base in various capital and consumer durable products production.

Biotechnology is among the fast growing knowledge-based industrial sectors, which have the immense potential to revolutionise the agriculture, healthcare, industrial processing and environmental sustainability. The Indian biotechnology segment has been making quick steps on the global platform. There are numerous therapeutic biotechnology drugs and vaccines, being produced and marketed in India and helping humanity enormously.

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Drugs and pharmaceutical are another important Indian industry showing significant progress over the years. It is one of the largest and most advanced sectors in the World, acting as a source for various drugs, medicines, and their intermediates as well as other pharmaceutical formulations. Being the intensive knowledge-driven industry; it offers innumerable business opportunities for the investors. India is one of the leading global players in pharmaceuticals.

The Indian food processing industry is one of the largest in the World regarding production, consumption, export, and growth forecasts.

The Indian Telecommunication network is the third largest in the World and the second largest among the emerging economies in Asia.

India is also among the fastest growing telecom markets in the World. The Indian telecom industry manufactures a complete range of telecom equipment using the state-of-the-art technologies intended specifically to match the different terrain and climatic conditions.

India is the sixth largest energy consumer in the World accounting for 3.5% of the total annual energy consumption in the World.

India is the eighth largest crude steel producer in the World.

The Indian cement industry is greatly energy intensive and is the third larger user of coal in India. It is modern and uses the latest technology, which is among the best in the World. India is the second largest cement manufacturer in the World.

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The Indian software and services (IT services) industry has been moving up in the value chain, giving India a formidable brand equity in the global markets. Business Process Outsourcing sector has emerged as a key driver of growth for the Indian software and services industry.

“Bollywood” is the name for the typical Indian cinema industry. The name Bollywood comes as a reference to Hollywood but with the initial “B” for Bombay (Mumbai), the place in India for cinema productions of the same importance.

The number of films produced in India is the largest in the World.

India has a vibrant micro and small enterprise sector that plays a significant function in sustaining the economic growth, by contributing around 39% to the manufacturing production and 34% to the exports.

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