States of India and Union Territories

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Sub-subject: India (States and Union territories). Andhra Pradesh, Delhi. Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the Indian states (Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam,...)
  2. Economic Profile of the twenty-eight states and the seven Union Territories.
Sub-subject "States of India" is studied...
  1. Masters: Business in Asia, BRICS Countries, Global Economic Relations, and Global Business (MIB)
  2. Doctorate DIB Asia
  3. Course Doing business in India

Languages of study: En or Es India Fr Inde Pt India

Credits of the sub-subject "The Economic Profile of Indian states and Union Territories": 0.5 ECTS

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Sub-Subject Description (Economic Profile of Indian states and Union Territories):

India (Hindu Civilization) is a union of States, Sovereign, Secular, and Democratic Republic with a Parliamentary system of Government.

  1. The President is the constitutional head of Executive of the Union. In the states, the Governor, as the representative of the President, is the head of Executive.
  2. The system of Government in States closely resembles that of the Union.
  3. There are twenty-eight states and seven Union territories in India. The President manages Union Territories through an Administrator appointed by him.
  4. From the biggest to the smallest, each State or Union Territory of India has a sole demography, history, culture, dress, festivals or language.
  5. Several world-renowned companies/ industries exist in these states which promote significant investments into India.
  6. They are mostly confined to iron and steel, cement, textiles, agro-processing, mineral-based industries, drugs and pharmaceuticals, chemicals, electronics, and automobiles.

Various State Governments also have recognized information technology (IT) industry as an integral part of the economy, thereby attracting new players into the market. Information Technology revolution is committed to providing good governance that guarantees transparency, reduction in transaction costs, efficiency and citizen-centric delivery of public services.

Therefore, the Government is making all efforts to make easy the growth of such industries and promote total development of the Indian economy.

Profile of the twenty-eight states and seven Union territories.
- Andhra Pradesh
- Arunachal Pradesh
- Assam
- Bihar
- Chhattisgarh
- Goa
- Gujarat
- Haryana
- Himachal Pradesh
- Jammu and Kashmir
- Jharkhand
- Karnataka
- Kerala
- Madhya Pradesh
- Maharashtra
- Manipur
- Meghalaya
- Mizoram
- Nagaland
- Orissa
- Punjab
- Rajasthan
- Sikkim
- Tamil Nadu
- Tripura
- Uttarakhand
- Uttar Pradesh
- West Bengal.

Union Territories
- Andaman and Nicobar Islands
- Chandigarh
- Dadra and Nagar Haveli
- Daman and Diu
- Delhi
- Lakshadweep
- Puducherry.

Top Indian States/Union Territory by gross domestic product (in million dollars)
India (total): 1,315,660
Maharashtra: 190,310
Uttar Pradesh: 109,770
Andhra Pradesh: 100,350
Tamil Nadu: 97,970
Gujarat: 90,650
West Bengal: 84,570
Karnataka: 70,890
Rajasthan: 53,930
Kerala: 48,630
Delhi Territory: 46,000
Madhya Pradesh: 45,810
Haryana: 45,670

Top Indian cities by gross domestic product in (in billion dollars)
Mumbai, Maharashtra: 209
New Delhi, National Capital Territory: 167
Kolkata, West Bengal: 150
Bangalore, Karnataka: 83
Chennai, Tamil Nadu: 67
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh: 60
Ahmadabad, Gujarat: 59
Pune, Maharashtra: 30
Surat, Gujarat: 22
Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh: 17

Top Indian State or union territory by Population (2011 Census)
Uttar Pradesh: 199,581,477
Maharashtra: 112,372,972
Bihar: 103,804,637
West Bengal: 91,347,736
Andhra Pradesh: 84,665,533
Madhya Pradesh: 72,597,565
Tamil Nadu: 72,138,958
Rajasthan: 68,621,012
Karnataka: 61,130,704
Gujarat: 60,383,628
Orissa: 41,947,358
Kerala: 33,387,677
Jharkhand: 32,966,238
Assam: 31,169,272
Punjab: 27,704,236
Haryana: 25,353,081

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