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- Dhyeya Business Services LLP successfully participated in VCCI 2014
Vadodara Chamber of Commerce & Industry (VCCI) will host the
Vibrant VCCI 2014, an exhibition of industrial and allied products, from November 27 to December 1. This time the exhibition will be organized as a part of Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2015.
Spread over an area of about 9 lakh square feet, the exhibition will have over 500 stalls. It will attract participations from blue-chip companies from public as well as private sectors and also from small & medium enterprises (SMEs). The number of visitors during the five-day exhibition is expected to cross the mark of 5 lakh.
- Dhyeya Business Services LLP successfully participated in Vibrant Gujarat 2015
Several hundred government representatives from developed, emerging and developing nations, the Secretary-General of United Nations, and the President of the World Bank congregated in Gujarat for the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2015, forging a partnership for not only investment but also for responsible development.
When UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, US Secretary of State John Kerry, Bhutan's Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay, Macedonia's Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, Japanese Minister of Economy Yosuke Takagi, Minister for Foreign Trade in Netherlands Simon Smits, Singapore Trade and Industry Minister S. Iswaran and ministers from Britain, Australia, Canada and other political leaders, corporate chiefs and leading thinkers of the world assemble and speak at a summit, it has greater reach than just Gujarat or India. The potential of this forum transcends geographies because so far Asia has not hosted an event at such scale, which has the ears of so many senior bureaucrats culminating in actionable results.
Ranked 13th for its post-graduate programme in the Financial Times’ Masters in Management (MiM) Ranking for 2014, the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta (IIM-C), has emerged as the top non-European business school. The ranking features the ‘top 70’ management degrees for students with little or no previous work experience.
IIM-C not only emerged as the only Asian B-school in the top cluster of 14 B-schools but also improved upon its previous debut rank of 19th position in 2013. With only six non-European schools in the list of top 70, the other Indian school in the ranking is IIM-Ahmedabad at 16th position for its flagship post-graduate programme in management (PGPM) as against 18th position last year.
- The Economy of India is the third-largest by purchasing power parity (PPP) in the world.
1. World's largest democracy with 1.2 billion people.
2. Stable political environment and responsive administrative set up.
3. Well established judiciary to enforce rule of law.
4. Land of abundant natural resources and diverse climatic conditions.
5. India's growth will start to outpace China's within three to five years and hence will become the fastest large economy with 9-10 per cent growth over the next 20-25 years (Morgan Stanley).
6. Investor friendly policies and incentive based schemes.
7. India's economy will grow fivefold in the next 20 years (McKinsey).
8. Cost competitiveness; low labour costs.
9. Total labour force of nearly 530 million.
10. Large pool of skilled manpower; strong knowledge base with significant English speaking population.
11. Young country with a median age of 30 years by 2025: India's economy will benefit from this "demographic dividend".
12. The proportion of population in the working age group (15-59 years) is likely to increase from approximately 58 per cent in 2001 to more than 64 per cent by 2021.
13. Huge untapped market potential.
14. The urban population of India will double from the 2001 census figure of 290 m to approximately 590 m by 2030 (McKinsey).
15. Progressive simplification and rationalization of direct and indirect tax structures.
16. Reduction in import tariffs.
17. Full current account convertibility.
18. India is member of WTO.
19. Robust banking and financial institutions.