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Slide1:  WELCOME H.E. Mr. Nicos Rolandis, Minister of Commerce, Industry & Tourism CYPRUS PRESENTATION BY Shri S.Lakshminarayanan Joint Secretary DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA Slide2:  ICT HAVE REVOLUTIONIZED THE BUSINESS PROCESSES INCREASED USE OF BUSINESS PROCESSING OUTSOURCING OPPORTUNITY TO THE NATIONS TO ACQUIRE COMPETITIVENESS BY OFFERING THE COST EFFECTIVE BPO SOLUTIONS Slide3:  PROMINENT TRENDS BUSINESS OUTSOURCING JOINT VENTURE THIRD PARTY BUSINESS OUTLOCATING 100% SUBSDIARIES Slide4:  COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES OF NATIONS TRANSFORMATION FROM INDUSTRIAL AGE TO INFORMATION AGE COMPETITIVE INDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY QUALITY COST COMMITMENT COMPETITIVE NATION LIBERALIZED REGIME FULLY INEGRATED WITH GLOBAL SYSTEM (WTO ETC) CONVENIENCE TO THE INVESTORS COMPETITIVE EDGE Slide5:  GOVERNMENT OF INDIA INITIATIVES - FOCUS ON GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS GLOBAL FOCUS INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT TALENT DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION FOR ALL E-GOVERNANCE DEV. IN LOCAL LANGUAGES IT SW EXPORT LEAD GROWTH Slide6:  GOVERNMENT OF INDIA STRATEGY TO CREATE CONDUCIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR GROWTH OF INDUSTRY LIBERALISED REGIME FLEXIBLE TRADE RULES & LAWS LEGISLATION FOR SECURITY, IPR,PERSONAL DATA STABLE & PROGRESSIVE POLICY REGIME WITH FOCUS TO MAKE INDUSTRY GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE ROBUST & WORLD CLASS INFRASTRUCTURE LIIKE ICT, POWER, MANPOWER, DEVELOPMENT ETC. Slide7:  GOVERNMENT OF INDIA INITIATIVES SPECIAL SCHEMES WITH FOCUS ON EXPORTS OF IT SOFTWARE, SERVICES AND IT ENABLED SERVICES SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY PARKS (STP) SCHEME ELECTRONIC HARDWARE TECHNOLOGY PARKS ` SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES TRADE FACILITATION REGIME Slide8:  SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY PARK SCHEME (For more details refer: www.stpi.soft.net) IMPLEMENTATION BY THE STPI AUTONOMOUS ‘NOT-FOR-PROFIT’ BODY UNDER DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES & APPROVALS ON BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA INCLUDING CUSTOMS & EXCISE, TAXATION AS ONE STOP SOLUTION MECHANISM 25 CENTERS THROUGH OUT THE COUNTRY DIREECTOR OF EACH STPI CENTER IS EMPOWERED TO EXECUTE THE SCHEME INCLUDING APPROVALS, CUSTOMS & TAX MATTERS EXEMPTION FROM DUTIES & OTHER STATUTORY TAXES UPTO 2010 Slide9:  SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY PARKS (sTP SCHEME) INFRASTRUCTURE & GOVERNMENT SUPPORT AS ONE STOP SERVICE 20 STPs IN THE COUNTRY DEDICATED HIGH SPEED DATA COM. METWORK AT EACH INCUBATION FACILITY COORDINATING WITH EACH STATEFOR HELPING UNITS OVER 6000 EXPORTING UNITS EXPORTING OVER 70% OF TOTAL SOFTWARE EXPORTS SELF - SUTAINING MANAGEMENT MODEL Slide10:  STPI CENTRES FOR EXPORT OF SOFTWARE & SERVICES 20 (+) STPs IN INDIA VSNL GATEWAY COLOCATED WITH STPI Slide11:  ELECTRONIC HARDWARE TECHNOLOGY PARK SCHEME (EHTP) – (For more details refer: www.mit.gov.in) SCHEME ADMINISTERED BY DEPARTMENT OF IT THROUGH DESIGNATED OFFICERS EXEMPTION FROM PAYMENT OF CUSTOMS DUTY ON IMPORTED GOODS INCLUDING COMPONENTS, RAW MATERIALS, SPARES ETC. PURCHASE OF DOMESTIC MANUFACTURED GOODS EXEMPTED FROM PAYMENT OF EXCISE DUTY PROFITS EXEMPTED FROM PAYMENT OF INCOME TAX UP TO 2010 SUPPLIES OF MANUFACTURED ITA-I ITEMS IN DTA SHALL BE COUNTED TOWARDS FULFILLMENT OF NETT FOREIGN EXCHANGE PROCEEDS (NFEP) Slide12:  SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES (SEZ) (For more details refer: www.commin.nic.in) A DESIGNATED ENCLAVE TO BE TREATED AS FOREIGN TERRITORY UNITS MAY BE SET UP FOR MANUFACTURING, TRADING OR SERVICES EXEMPTION FROM CUSTOMS DUTY, CENTRAL EXCISE ON ALL INPUTS – CG, RM, COMPONENTS, SPARES, CONSUMABLES EXEMPTION FROM PAYMENT OF CORPORATE IUNCOME TAX UPTO 2010 SUPPLIES FROM DOMESTIC TARIFF AREA (DTA) TO SEZ UNITS TREATED AS DEEMED EXPORT DEEMED EXPORTS QUALIFY FOR INCENTIVES OF CENTRAL SALES TAX REIMBURSEMENT Slide13:  SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES (SEZ) (For more details refer: www.commin.nic.in) SEZ UNITS TO BE POSITIVE NET FOREIGN EXCHANGE EARNER WITHIN THREE YEARS 100% FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) FOR UNITS IN SEZs FACILITY TO RETAIN 100% FOREIGN EXCHANGE RECEIPTS IN EEFE ACCOUNT FACILITY TO REALISE AND REPATRIATE EXPORT PROCEEDS WITHIN 12 MONTHS REEXPORT OF IMPORTED GOODS FOUND DEFECTIVE, GOODS IMPORTED ON LOAN ETC., WITH SIMPLY INTIMATION TO THE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIOPNER OF THE ZONE Slide14:  SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES (SEZ) (For more details refer: www.commin.nic.in) INHOUSE – SELF CONTAINED INFRASTRUCTURE& FACILITIES LIKE: OFFSHORE BANKING UNITS (OBUs) CAN SET UP IN SEZs. RBI IS WORKING ON GIIDELINES. POST OFFICE CARGO CLEARING, HANDLING AGENTS TRAVEL AGENTS POWER AND OTHER UTILITIES THE EXTERNAL COMMERCIAL BORROWING (ECB) ARE PERMITTED FOR A PERIOD OF NOT LESS THAN THREE YEARS IN SEZs. Slide15:  SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES (SEZ) (For more details refer: www.commin.nic.in) WHO CAN SET UP SEZs? SEZ CAN BE SET UP BY ANY OF THE GOVERNMENT, PRIVATE, OR JOINT SECTOR OR BY THE STATE GOVERNMENTS. THE SIZE OF THE ZONE SHALL BE AROUND 1000 HECTARES SEZs EXISTING IN THE COUNTRY THE GOVERNMENT HAS CONVERTED THE EARLIER EXPORT PROCESSING ZONEZ (EPZs) INTO SEZs WITH LOCATIONS AT: MUMBAI, KANDLA – GANDHINAGAR, KAKKANAD, COCHIN, AND SACHIN (GUJARAT) Slide16:  SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES (SEZ) (For more details refer: www.commin.nic.in) SEZ UNDER PROCESS OF SETTING UP POSTRA, AHEMDABAD NANGUNERI, TAMIL NADU BHADOHI, KANPUR DRONAGIRI, MUMBAI KAKINADA, HYDERABD PARADEEP, GOPALPUR, ORISSA KULPI, KOLKATA INDORE, BHOPALANDLA – GANDHINAGAR Slide17:  TELECOM INFRASTRUCTURE Slide18:  86 212 520 39 21 12 7.5 35% 35% 35% 30% 22% 22% 15% 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 TELEPHONE NOS. IN MILLION GROWTH PERCENT TELECOM IS NO LONGER A CASH-COW - - BUT A REAL NECESSITY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TELECOM SECTOR IN INDIA EXPECTED TO GROW FROM CURRENT 39 MILLION TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS TO AROUND 500 MILLION BY 2008 Slide19:  INTERNET GROWTH PROJECTION CAGR: 70-80 % GROWTH OF INTERNET - 9 MILLION USERS TODAY WILL GROW TO 300 MILLION BY 2008 Slide20:  IT ACT INTRODUCED IN 2000 FACILITATES: PREVENTION OF COMPUTER CRIMES ELECTRONIC FILING OF DOCUMENTATION DIGITAL SIGNATURE / PKI INFRASTRUCTURE CONTROLLER OF CERTIFYING AUTHORITIES PATENTS ACT AMENDMENTS GOVERNMENT INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP TO COMBAT SOFTWARE PIRACY Slide21:  INDIA ADVANTAGE CAPACITY ADVANTAGE 2nd LARGEST ENGLISH SPEAKING DEVELOPER POOL IN THE WORLD 140,000 + SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS EVERY YEAR 20,000 (+) GRADUATES OF COMPUTER SCIENCE ALONE Slide22:  INDIA ADVANTAGE COST ADVANTAGE COST 30 – 80% LOWER COMPARED TO US & EUROPE ANNUAL SALARY OF A GOOD SOFTWARE DEVELOPER; USD 10000 Slide23:  INDIA ADVANTAGE QUALITY ADVANTAGE ISO 9000 CERTIFIED COMPANIES : ALMOST ALL PLAYERS COMPANIES WITH SEI/CMM LEVEL – 5: 35 NOS. COMPANIES WITH SEI/CMM LEVEL – 4: 19 NOS. FAMILIAR WITH STATE-OF-ART SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGIES: ALMOST ALL OF THE INDIAN PROGRAMMERS Slide24:  IT PRODUCTION OF 8 BILLION US $ IN 2001 Slide25:  ACHIEVED EXPORT OF US$ 6 BILLION IN 2001 Slide26:  TRAINING: 2% PROJECTS:37% ROFESSIONAL SERVICES: 44% IT ENABLED SERVICES::5% PRODUCTS & PACKAGES: 8% SUPPORT & MAINTENANCE SERVICES: 4% IT SOFTWARE & SERVICES AREAS OF EXPERTISE Slide27:  EU 25% ASIA 10% OCIANIC 5% AFRICA 5% GULF 5% US 50% IT SOFTWARE & SERVICES EXPORT DESTINATIONS US IS THE MAJOR EXPORTER EXPORTS TO EU & OTHER COUNTRIES INCREASING Slide28:  MAJOR MNCs OPERATING FROM INDIA # Microsoft, USA # CISCO, USA # Hewlett Packard, USA # SUN Micro System Inc, USA # Integra AGI., Germany # NOVELL, USA # Oracls Inc., USA # Chem Oil Corp., USA # Fujitsu, S.KOREA # Deneb Robotics., USA # IBM, USA # Intergraph Corp., USA # Digital Electronics Corp., USA # Kelton Graphics Inc., USA # Unisys Corp., USA # Manhattan Associates., USA # Silicon Graphics Inc., USA # UUnet Technologies Inc., USA # Siemens Nixdorf., Germany # Sonic Systems., Inc., USA # Citicop., USA # Capricon Systems Inc., USA # Dan & Brand Street., USA # Health Scribe Inc., USA # General Electric., USA # Motorola Inc., USA # Mastech Corp., USA # Texas Instruments Inc., USA # Damsk Data Electronic., Denmark # Huges Network Systems., USA # IMSI., USA # Bull, France # Cadence Design Systems Inc., USA # Alcatel, France # Matra, France # SGS Thomson # American Express # British Aeronautics Engineering.,# Slide29:  IT EXPORT TARGETS (US$ BN) 2002 2004 2006 2008 SOFTWARE 9 18 35 50 HARDWARE 1.7 4.5 7.3 10 Slide30:  E-GOVERNANCE NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTER A COMPUTER-COMMUNICATION NETWORK OF THE GOVERNMENT FOR IMPLEMENTING E-GOVERNANCE ICT PROVIDES INFORMATICS SERVICES IN 550 DISTRICTS OF THE COUNTRY THROUGH NICNET ICT HAS ITS OWN COUNTRY-WIDE NETWORK FOR PROVIDING INTERNET ACCESS Slide31:  APPLICATIONS DEVELOPED BY NIC JUDICIARY & LEGAL INFORMATICS IMMIGRATION CONTROL SYSTEM ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE (EDI) COMPUTERIZED PENSION ACCOUNTING BUDGET COMPUTERIZATION CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS COMPUTERISATION INDIAN AUDIT COMPUTERISATION CENTRAL GOVERNMENT OFFICE PROCEDURE AUTOMATION PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS Slide32:  E-EDUCATION PROGRAM - TWO MAJOR COMPONENTS NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER AT NCST MUMBAI VIRTUAL CAMPUS INITIATIVE (IITs & OTHER PREMIER INSTITUTIONS) INTERNET BASED CENTRALISED IMTERACTIVE COURSEWARE INTERNET BASED INTERACTIVE INFORMATION SERVICES OVER NTERNET & HYBRID NETWORKS MULTIMEDIA BASED COURSEWARE WEB BASED INTELLIGENT INTERACTIVE TUTORING COMPONENT BASED FUNCTIONALITY TO E-LEARNING TOOLS DIGITAL DISTANCE EDUCATION FOR IT & OTHER TECHNOLOGIES Slide33:  EDUCATION & RESEARCH NETWORK: PIONEERED THE INTERNET DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA. PROVIDES NETWORK SERVICES TO INDIAN ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH COMMUNITY 750 EDUCATIONAL & RESEARCH ORGANISATION SERVED 80,000 USERS ARE CONNECTED ON THE NETWORK SETTING UPC OUNTRY WIDE 34MB/ 8MB/ 2MB BACKBONE AND AUGMENTING TRANSPONDER CAPACITY ERNET – A VEHICLE FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION EXPANSION PROGRAM TO SERVE HIGHER INSTITUTES OF LEARNING, ON THE ANVIL Slide34:  THE EDUCATION SYSTEM FOR MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT: DESCRIPTION TOTAL GOVT. PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES 237 237 - DEEMED UNIVERSITIES 47 18 29 IITS 7 7 - IIITS 2 2 - IIMS 6 6 - MEDICAL COLLEGES 171 95 76 DENTAL COLLEGES 78 27 51 DEGREE COLLEGES 10 600 10, 600 - POLYTECHNIC 1210 1210 - Slide35:  COMMUNITY INFORMATION CENTERS MAJOR DELIVERABLES GOVERNANCE-2-CITIZEN INTERFACE PUBLIC HEALTH CARE DISASTER MANAGEMENT IT BASED EDUCATION AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION WEATHER FORECASTING 500 CENTRES UNDER INSTALLATION. TARGET OF COVERING 6000 BLOCKS IN THE COUNTRY Slide36:  MEDIA LAB ASIA: COLLABORATION WITH MIT USA GOALS: UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO INFORMATION ADOPT VILLAGES DEVELOP TECHNOLOGY & BRING PARTNERS KEY PLAYERS:IN ADDITION TO MIT USA & MEDIA LAB ASIA LOCATED IN MUMBAI ACADEMIA NGOS COOPERATIVES -GOVERNMENT COOPERATIVES - INDUSTRY Slide37:  MEDIA LAB ASIA: STRATEGIC FOCUS AREAS: HEALTH : MONITORING, TELEMEDICINE ENVIRONMENT: AGRICULTURAL INPUTS, GLOBAL CHANGE ECONOMY : ELECTRONIC COMMERCE, MICRO- ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION : DISTANCE LEARNING, LOCAL TOOLS GOVERNANCE: DELIVERY OF SERVICES, POLITICAL PARTICIPATION ARTS : HANDICRAFT ENGINEERING, TRADITIONAL TRAINING Slide38:  A PROGRAM OF “TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT IN INDIANLANGUAGES (TDIL)” HAS BEEN AUNCHED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. PREMIER RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS HAVE BEEN INVOLVED TO ADDRESS ALL THE NEEDS OF DEVELOPMENT IN THE LOCAL LANGUAGES TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT IN LOCAL LANGUAGES- (For more details refer: tdil@mit.gov.in) Slide39:  TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT IN LOCAL LANGUAGES (For more details refer: tdil@mit.gov.in) INSTITUTIONS INVOLVED INDIAN INSTITUTES OF TECHNOLOGY (IITs) INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCES (IISc) NATIONAL CENTER FOR SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY (NCST) CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ADVANCED COMPUTING CENTRAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CEERI) TATA INSTITUTE OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH (TIFR) Slide40:  TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT IN LOCAL LANGUAGES LIST OF INSTITUTIONS INVOLVED ELECTRONICS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTERS OF INDIA UTKAL UNIVERSITY ANNA UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD UNIVERSITY IBM INDIA MEGASOFT INDIA SUMMIT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES LTD. TATA INFOTECH LTD. THAPAR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Slide41:  TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT IN INDIAN LANGUAGES - - FOUR ASPECTS OF STANDARDISATION ENCODING (CHARACETRS, FONTS) REPRESENTAION OF TEXT (LOGICAL ORIGANIZATION) LINGUISTIC ANNOTATION (INDEXING) ACCESS (METADATA) IPARTICIPATION IN NTERNATIONAL INITIATIVES TEXT ENCODING INITIATIVE (TEI) OPEN LANGUAGE ARCHIVE COMMUNITY (OLAC) DNS REGISTRATION IN INDIAN LANGUAGES - AVAILABLE IN MOST LANGUAGES Slide42:  TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT IN LOCAL LANGUAGES- LIST OF PROJECTS Slide43:  TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT IN LOCAL LANGUAGES- LIST OF PROJECTS Slide44:  HARMONIZATION OF TRADE LAWS IPR – PATENTS, COPYRIGHT, TRADE MARK CYBER CRIMES – TREATIES, AGREEMENTS DIGITAL SIGNATURES- MRA DIGITAL DOCUMENTS CONTRACT LAWS, AUTHENTICITY DATA PROTECTION – PERSONAL DATA CUSTOMS & EXCISE TAXATION Slide45:  MUTUAL AGREEMENTS: MUTUAL RECOGNITION AGREEMENT FOR DIGITAL SIGNATURES MUTUAL RECOGNITION AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL DEGREES FROM UNIVERSITIES/ COLLEGES MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING ON DATA PROTECTION (SPECIALLY PERSONAL DATA) LEGISLATION Slide46:  MUTUAL COLLABORATIONS COLLABORATION WITH MEDIA LAB ASIA FOR DEVELOPMENT OF CONTEMPORARY PRODUCTS, SOLUTIONS, SYSTEMS ETC. FOR MEETING THE TARGET OF “INFORMATION FOR ALL” COLLABORATION FOR FOR SHARING EXPERTISE COMMUNITY INFORMATION CENTERS DISTANCE -EDUCATION DEVELOPMENTS FOR LOCAL LANGUAGES Slide47:  THANK YOU

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