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ENTREPRENUER’S
BACKGROUND AND
INVESTMENT

EDUCATIONAL
QUALIFICATIONS
AND EXPERIENCE

POLLUTION
CONTROL LAWS
LOCATION
AVAILABILITY
OF SKILLED
MANPOWER

OPPORTUNITY
IDENTIFICATION
AVAILABILITY
OF RAW
MATERIALS

GOVERNMENT
POLICY

INFRASTRUCTURAL
REQUIREMENTS

TECHNOLOGY
AND EQUIPMENT

MARKET
POTENTIAL
1

OPPORTUNITY IDENTIFICATION & SELECTION
(OIS) PROCESS THE STEPS
PREPARATION OF PERSONAL PROFILE

STEP 1

DEVELOPMENT OF OS (DECISION-MAKING)
FRAMEWORK

STEP 2

GENERATION OF IDEAS

STEP 3

SNAP INVESTIGATION OF IDEAS

STEP 4

EVALUATION IN TERMS OF OS (DECISION
MAKING), FRAMEWORK AND SHORTLISTING
OF IDEAS

STEP 5

PRE-FEASIBILITY STUDIES

STEP 6

OPPORTUNITY SELECTION

STEP 7
2

PERSONAL PROFILE
1. Name

: Subhash Agarwal

2. Education

: BE (Mechanical). One-year
diploma in management

3. Work experience3

-Production Supervisor in a
large boiler-producing
company (8 months)
-Marketing executive in a
sophisticated printing
equipment producing
company (10 months)
3

PERSONAL PROFILE (Contd.)
4.

Other Academic / Practical
Interests

:Electronics

5.

Personality

6.

Objectives for establishing
an enterprise

:Hard-working. Dynamic. An upper
middle-class background. Parents and
close relatives are either job-holders
or professionals. Initial financial
assistance and moral support assured
by parents. But cannot expect support
either in terms of term-loan tie-up,
market- entry or emergency financial
assistance.
: To earn a lot of money. There is
optimism that if he works hard and
makes sacrifices now, he will reap a
good harvest in a few years.
4

PERSONAL PROFILE (Contd.)

7. Investment
Preparedness

: Own fund of Rs.3 lacs can
be committed to business

8. Attitude to Risk-taking

: Hard earned money. Low
risk attitude

9. Personal Considerations : Wants to set it up in /
around the city where he
lives
- Want to do it alone. No
partnership

5

DEVELOPMENT OF OPPORTUNITY
SELECTION (OS) FRAMEWORK







Investment
Technological Sophistication
Managerial / Organizational Needs
Market and competition
Sector Preference
Govt. Intervention/ dependence

6

DEVELOPMENT OF OPPORTUNITY
SELECTION (OS) FRAMEWORK (contd.)






Implementation time
Profitability
Degree of risk and its form
Location
Personal Considerations






Taboos/Religious sentiments
Life Style – Trader in Agra
Relative Importance of Money – Restaurant in Ahmedabad
Amenability to takeover by children
Speculative Orientation – Eye on land & building

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OS FRAMEWORK DEVELOPED BY SUBHASH AGARWAL

1. Gross Investment

: Maximum Rs.15 lacs

2. Gestation Period

: Can bear a small loss in the
first year. Must break even
or generate some cash
profit in the second year
: Should yield minimum 25%
return on investment from
third year onwards.

3. Profitability

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OS FRAMEWORK DEVELOPED BY SUBHASH AGARWAL
4. Market

5. Government
restrictions/
dependence
6. Linkage with
Economic
Growth

(contd.)

: Need not be a monopoly. But not an overcrowded
market. Avoid consumer products because these
involves an elaborate distribution network and
expenditure on publicity. Publicity expenditure for
consumer products is risky. Interested in steady
demand. Interested in export because there is
government support for it and believes that there
are good opportunities there.
:Wants a business on which Government restrictions
– entry, price, quality, distribution, raw material
supply are minimal. Will not like government to
be a major buyer.
: Does not want a product or service which is linked
too much with economic upswing or downswing.
For example, wants to stay away from automobile
parts and textile because these are hit quite hard
by recession
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OS FRAMEWORK DEVELOPED BY SUBHASH AGARWAL
(contd.)

7.

Future Growth

8.

Sector Preferences

9.

Personal Consideration

:This is important. Wants to stay in
this business for a long time.
: No strong preferences except that
he will like to avoid consumer
products and chemicals.
Consumer products because of
inherent risk and chemicals
because lack of technical
knowledge will deprive him of
any special advantage vis-à-vis
competitors.
: The business should use the
knowledge and skills possessed
by Subhash. It should be
respectable.
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GENERATION OF IDEAS
1. NATURAL RESOURCES
2. EXISTING / ANTICIPATED INDUSTRIES
3. MARKET – DRIVEN
4. SERVICE SECTOR SCANNING
5. EXTENSION / MODIFICATION OF PRESENT WORK
CONTENT
6. CREATIVE EFFORT
7. OTHER WAYS
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Natural Resources:
Exploitation Feasibility—Bamboo, Bauxite
Resource Quantification and Life
Resource Specifications—Eucalyptus in Gujarat, Wool in
Rajasthan, Peanuts Exports

Resource Stability-Cropping Pattern Change
Critical Infrastructure-Transport, Storage, Apple in J & K
legal dimensions-Bamboo for Tribal, Environment
Considerations,
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NATURAL RESORUCES
FOREST

MINERAL

HORTICULTURE

LIVE STOCK

AGRICULTURE
AGRO-WASTE
MARINE OR AQUA

WIND
SUN

HUMAN
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FOREST
Major forest produces like Timber, Wood, Bamboo,
Rubber etc.
Minor forest produces like Honey, Medicinal and
Aromatic plants, Natural Fibers, Minor Oil Seeds,
Tree leaves and bark

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HORTICULTURE
Business Opportunities based on inputs, outputs and waste/
by-products.
Inputs like nutrients, insecticides, nursery plants, irrigation
facility, tools and equipments.
Outputs like fruits, vegetables, wastes and by- products
Business Opportunities in processing of fruits, vegetables
and by-products
 Floriculture and value-added products like dry flowers,
extraction of oils, flower based pharma and nutra
compounds, natural dyes and pot porri (a mixture of dried,
scented flowers, leaves, seeds, stems & roots of flowering
plants).
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AGRICULTURE
70% population depends on wide variety of agriculture
operations
Agriculture produces like paddy, wheat, oil seeds,
sugarcane, cotton, pulses etc. offers huge opportunity in
primary and secondary processing, storage, transportation,
etc.
Inputs like certified seeds, fertilizer, pesticides, irrigation
facilities, agricultural implements, consultancy and
services like soil and water testing, agronomy, hydrology,
etc.
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SUGAR PLANTATION – OPPORTUNITIES AND BY-PRODUCTS
Sugarcane Plant

Sugarcane: Not
Available For
Processing

Prime Sugarcane:
Available For
Processing

Thrust, Leaf &
Inflorescence

Consumer
Market

Gur Making

Sugar Making

Khandsari Making

Molasses

Bagasse

Press Mud

Alcohol & Chemical

Fuel, Paper, Cattle
Feed, particle board

Wax, Polish,
Manure
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AGRO WASTE
Agro waste such as paddy husk, straw, wheat straw,
sugarcane bagasse, cotton stalk, groundnut husk etc.
offer vast opportunities for processing and
converting into commercial and industrial products
Business opportunities depend on the availability
and quality of agro waste in a given location

18

MARINE AND AQUA
Long coastal line offers wide and varied business
opportunities based on marine coastal line
Products such as salt, gypsum, marine chemicals, sea
weeds, fish and marine animals offer vast industrial
opportunities.
Tourism related business opportunities such as water
sports, diving, surfing, boating, etc. are
commercially exploited.
19

MINERAL
India has vast resources of minerals such as coal,
iron ore, bauxite, mica, lime stone, marble and
granite stone, soap stone, graphite, mineral oil and
gas etc.
Each mineral depending on available quantity and
quality offers business opportunities in mining,
processing, transportation and other logistics
Mining equipments, tools, testing laboratory, safety
equipments and gadgets, prospecting services etc
offer huge opportunities.
20

Mineral Based Business Opportunities
Bauxite → Alum Calcined Bauxite → Abrasive Grains/papers/
grinding wheels
Caco3 → Lime chemicals
→ Road /Bldg. material
→ Soda Ash/Cement
→ Precipitated lime
→ Oil Well → Oil field services/Gas pockets/oil mill chemicals
→ Iron Ore → Red/Green/Yellow/Black – Decoration/Paint Primer etc.
→ Mineral Pulverising → Micro fine Powder → Surface Area Increase
→ Nano Particles (Kajal)

21

LIVE STOCKS
Live stocks includes poultry, cow, buffalo, goat,
sheep etc.
Poultry Farms, Dairy Farms, Raising other animals,
Slaughter house, animal feeds etc. offer huge
opportunities as it is always in short supply.
By-products such as bones, leather, horns and huffs,
animal hair, blood etc. also are of commercial
importance.
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Livestocks
Cattle Sheep/Goats

Poultry

Piggery Horse Farm

Fishiculture

Emu/Ostrich/
Rabbit

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
→ Cow/Buffalo/Feed
→ Veterinary drugs/medicine
→ Milk & Milk Products
Cottage cheese etc.
→ Hides & Skins
→ Horns & Huffs
→ DCP/Bone Meat/Fish & Poultry Feed
→ Ossein/Gelatine
→ Feed
→ Broilers
→ Layers
→ Egg Powder
23

WIND / SOLAR
Renewable sources of energy are very important for green
environment.
Wind power generation is possible where sufficient wind
velocity is available to run wind mill.
Opportunities are in construction, erection, installation,
repairs and maintenance of wind mills.
Solar energy offers opportunities to generate electricity
and run gadgets such as PV Cells based water pumps,
lighting, battery chargers, roof top power generation,
lantern, solar hot water systems and dryers etc.
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OPPORTUNITIES BASED ON EXISTING INDUSTRY
 OUTLOOK FOR EXISTING INDUSTRY

 ANCILLIARY-PARENT INDUSTRY SYNDROME

 CAPTIVE ARRANGEMENTS
 NATURE OF DECISION-MAKING

 PROJECTS IN THE PIPELINE
 MOTIVATED FEED-BACK

 LOOK BEYOND LOCAL INDUSTRIES FOR MARKET
 WELL-ENTRENCHED NON-LOCAL SUPPLY INDUSTRIES
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
BASED ON EXISTING INDUSTRIES

Inputs Required

- Raw materials
- Hardware/software
- Repairs &
Maintenance

Services Required
- Training
of Manpower
- Transport
- Laundary
- Canteen
- Schools/
Entertainment
- Event Management
- House keeping

Output based B.O.
(Downstream
products)

Waste-By-Products
Based B.O.

e.g. Readymade
Garments from
cloth produced
By Textile mill
e.g. Paper Mill to
paper conversion
products such as
notes books, paper
bags, corrugated
boxes, etc.

- Iron turning from
lathe machines
- Fly-ash from coal
Based Power Plant
- Catalyst waste
from
Petrochemicals/
Fertilizer plant
- Wood dust from
Saw Mills

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DEMAND/MARKET DRIVEN OPPORTUNITIES


TRADE-FLOWS
- INDUSTRIAL / SERVICES / CONSUMER PRODUCTS
- KERALA COCONUT / RUBBER PRODUCTS



IMPORT SUBSTITUTION
- IMPORT DATA, PARTICLE BOARDS / TOYS, CONSUMER
GOODS, MOSQUITO RACKET / GLASS BEADS



GROWTH PRODUCTS
- HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS & SERVICES, PROCESSED
FOODS,ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTS AND INNOVATIVE
PRODUCTS LIKE; COURIER SERVICES, PLASTIC WATER

TANK, SACHETS, RO PLANTS, RTE VEGETABLES
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PRODUCT POSITIONING/DIFFERENTIATION
- PRODUCT FEATURES / APPLICATIONS / PRICE & QUALITY
- GROUNDNUT - ROASTED / VACUUM PACKED, COATED
(DETERGENT POWDER), COCONUT HAIR-OIL LOOSE TO
BOTTLE, NAMKINS, VICKS VAPORUB, MOSQUITO SPRAY /
VAPOURISER

 EXPORTS
- FOLLOW ‘OTHERS’ READY-MADE GARMENTS, DIAMOND,
LEATHER PRODUCTS

- LIMITATIONS OF INDIAN SOURCES: GN AFLATOXIN, SPIRITS,
MANGO, SUGAR, LARGE DIAMOND, BASIS FOR IMPORTS:
POLLUTION, NOT-GROWN / MANUFACTURED, LOW LABOUR
COST, OVERSEAS MARKET DETAILS (WWW.CBI.NL, TRADE
FAIRS)
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- COMPETITITIVE ADVANTAGE, NOT JUST
POTENTIAL
COST OF PRODUCTION, FREIGHT, SUBSIDIES,
EFFICIENCY, GLASS BEADS, CERAMIC PRODUCTS,
PAPER & PLASTIC PRODUCTS
- A BREAK-IN PERIOD
- 100% EXPORT (Buyback contracts?) FLORICULTURE
- NETWORKING
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SERVICE SECTOR








LOW INVESTMENT
LOW RISK
HIGHLY LOCALIZED
HIGH EMPLOYMENT GENERATION
GROWING AT 10 PERCENT.
MORE THAN HALF OF RS.45 LAKH CRORE GDP
EMPLOYING MORE THAN QUARTER OF THE
WORK FORCE,
 OVER ONE-THIRD OF TOTAL EXPORTS.
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TOURISM
• MEDICAL TOURISM, RURAL TOURISM ARE
SOME NEW STREAMS FUELLING THE
GROWTH OF TOURISM.
• THE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS SECTOR
REGISTERED THE GROWTH OF 8 PERCENT
DURING 2012-13.

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THE TELECOM SECTOR
• IT HAS GROWN FROM A LEVEL OF 22.8
MILLION TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS IN
1999 TO 54.6 MILLION IN 2003, AND
FURTHER TO 890 MILLION AT THE END OF
NOVEMBER 2012.

• TELE-DENSITY, WHICH WAS 2.32 PER CENT
IN 1999, INCREASED TO 70 PER CENT IN
NOVEMBER 2012.
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IT AND ITES SERVICES
• INDIA HAS GAINED A BRAND IDENTITY AS A
KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY. THE IT-ITES
INDUSTRY HAS FOUR MAJOR COMPONENTS:
IT SERVICES, BUSINESS PROCESS
OUTSOURCING (BPO), ENGINEERING
SERVICES AND R&D, AND SOFTWARE
PRODUCTS.

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CREATIVE EFFORTS


DEVELOPMENT OF PROBLEM-SOLVING
PRODUCTS/SERVICES
AQUA GUARD, DOMESTIC FLOUR MILL



EXPLOITATION OF NEW TECHNOLOGY
OR MATERIAL TO MEET A WIDELY FELT NEED
- VENDING MACHINES, PVC FOOTWEAR, SOYA
MILK
CREATING A DEMAND FOR A PSYCHOLOGICAL
PRODUCT
- MOOD RING, CEASE FIRE



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CREATIVE EFFORTS (CONTD.)










TECHNICAL EXTENSION OF AN ESTABLISHED PRODUCT
CONCEPT
- MOSQUITO MAT, ANGADIA TO COURIER SERVICE,
MOBILE,
CREATING A DEMAND IMPLICIT IN EMERGING LIFE
STYLE
- FARM HOUSE, TIME-SHARING, RECREATION CLUBS,
INTRODUCING PRODUCTS/SERVICES ALIEN TO A
REGION/ COUNTRY
- CREDIT CARDS, PREFABRICATED HOUSES, DIAPERS,
MALLS
VALUE-ADDITION THROUGH TECHNICAL OR
MANAGERIAL INNOVATION
- PAN MASALA SACHET PACKING, INSTANT TEA/COFFEE,
GROUP ENTREPRENEURSHIP
- SEWA, LIJJAT PAPAD, AMUL,
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VISION-TATA STEEL, NIRMA, ATUL,

EXTENSION/MODIFICATION OF
PRESENT WORK-CONTENT







SKILL-BASED SELF-EMPLOYMENT
CARPENTER, ELECTRICIAN ETC.
MARKETING TO PRODUCTION
TRADERS, SALESMEN
MANAGING OR WORKING IN A SIMILAR
ENTERPRISE
SUPERVISOR, CHEMIST, ENGINEER
(ATUL-DYES AND INTERMEDIATES)
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FINAL SELECTION


IMPERFECT KNOWLEDGE
- LESS HOMEWORK, HI-TECH INNOVATIVE,
EXPENSIVE TO GAIN



COMPREHENSIVE COMPARISION
- SELECTION FRAMEWORK



MISSING THE TREE FOR THE WOOD
- NOT TO BE IMPRESSED BY LESS
RELEVANT DETAILS

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KEY ISSUES


HOW COMFORTABLE WILL YOU BE
TECHNOLOGY-WISE?



HOW EASY/DIFFICULT IS THE MARKET
POSITION?



HOW IS THE PROFITABILITY?

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KEY ISSUES (contd.)


HOW RISKY IS THE PROJECT, AS
EXPRESSED THROUGH BREAKEVEN
POINT AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS?



WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF THE
INDUSTRY TO WHICH THE PROJECT
BELONGS?



HOW CRITICAL IS THE DEPENDENCE
ON THE GOVERNMENT
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KEY ISSUES (contd.)


DO THE SUCCESS DETERMINANTS AND
RISK-FACTORS MATCH YOUR OWN
CAPABILITIES?



WILL YOU BE ABLE TO LEARN THE
BUSINESS AND GET A GRIP OVER IT?



DO YOU FEEL ENTHUSED ABOUT IT?



PERSONAL JUDGEMENT OR INTUITION
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ERRORS IN SELECTION


‘ME TOO’ SYNDROME



FALLACY OF NUMBERS



STORY OF AN ELEPHANT SYNDROME



SQUARE PEG IN A ROUND HOLE



UNDIFFERENTIATED ENTERPRISE



FAILURE TO GRASP KEY ELEMENTS OF
SUCCESS
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ERRORS IN SELECTION (contd.)


LACK OF OWNERSHIP



CATCH THE FIRST BUS



INACCURATE INFORMATION



AHEAD OF TIMES



UNWILLINGNESS TO STEP BACK
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QUESTIONS FOR SNAP INVESTIGATION OF
BUSINESS IDEAS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

WHAT EXACTLY IS THE PRODUCT OR SERVICE
ITS APPLICATIONS OR USES
POSSIBLE SCALES OF PRODUCTION OR OPERATION
PROJECT COST CORRESPONDING TO A GIVEN SCALE
OF PRODUCTION/OPERATION
MARKET/COMPETITION
UNIT SALE PRICE
DEGREE OF TECHNOLOGICAL COMPLEXITY
EXPECTED ANNUAL TURNOVER

9.

EXPECTED PROFIT MARGIN (RANGE)

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Waste Management

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Waste Management (Contd..)

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Waste Management (Contd..)

METAL WORKER IN JAPAN LOADS DISPOSED CELLULAR PHONES ONTO A
CONVEYER BELT WHICH SENDS THEM TO CRUSH AND RECYCLE.
WORKSHOP SALVAGED 50 KG GOLD AND 1000 KG SILVER FROM 3.5
MILLION DISPOSED CELLULAR PHONES AND ALSO RECOVERED 20 M.T. OF
BRONZE.
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Sources of Information

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1

SOURCES OF INFORMATION
FOR:
 MARKET RELATED
 TECHNICAL ANALYSIS
 FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY
 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY IDENTIFICATION
 GOVT. POLICY & PROCEDURE

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS:


CENTRE FOR PROMOTING IMPORTS FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES



INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR SMEs



WIPO SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES



UNITED NATIONS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION



WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION



EUROPEAN COMMISSION – ENTERPRISE & INDUSTRY



CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY



SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISE INFORMATION CENTRE, CANADA



SME CENTRE, HONGKONG



SME INFORMATION OF JAPAN



WORLD TRADE CENTRE, MUMBAI



SWEDISH INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY



SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT, WASHINGTON, USA



DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, UK



PUM – THE NETHERLANDS SENIOR EXPERTS ORGANISATION, ILO, MSME INDIA, ETC.
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FOOD AND AGRO-INFORMATION SOURCES

2

1. Institute/Agency Website/url
Ministry of Food Processing Industry
http://mofpi.nic.in/
2. Government of India : Directory (Get into Ministry of
Agriculture) http://goidirectory.nic.in/exe.htm#min
3. Planning Commission: Reports
(Get into Tenth Plan report)
http://www.planningcommission.nic.in/reports/genr
ep/reportsf.htm
4. National Horticulture Board
hortibizindia.nic.in

5. Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export
Development Authority
http://www.apeda.com/

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FOOD AND AGRO-INFORMATION SOURCES

3

6. Indian Agro Industry
http://www.agriculture-industryindia.com/
7. Postharvest Technology in India
http://www.postharvestindia.com/
8. Indian Agribusiness Systems
http://www.agriwatch.com/
9. Times Agriculture Journal
http://www.etagriculture.com/
10.EXIM Bank India
http://www.eximbankagro.com/

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MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

4

1. Department of Agriculture and Co-operation

http://agricoop.nic.in/
2. Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying
http://www.nic.in/dahd/
3 Department of Food Processing Industries
http://www.nic.in/mofpi/
4. Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR)
http://www.nic.in/icar
5. Central Arid Zone Research Institute (CAZRI)
http://www.nic.in/icar/cazri.htm
6. Central Inland Capture Fisheries Research Institute
(CIFRI)
http://www.nic.in/icar/cicfri.html

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7. Central Institute for Research on Goats (CIRG)

http://cirg.up.nic.in/
8. Central Institute of Agricultural Engineering(CIAE)
http://www.ciae.nic.in/
9. Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture(CIBA)
http://www.nic.in/ciba/
10.Central Institute of Fisheries Education (CIFE)
http://www.nic.in/icar/cife/index.htm
11.Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute
(CMFRI)
http://education.vsnl.com/cmfrihqr/
12.Central Plantation Crops Research Institute
(CPCRI) http://cpcri.nic.in/
13.Directorate of Wheat Research (DWR)
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http://www.nic.in/icar/dwr/dwrmain.htm

5

14. Himachal Pradesh Agricultural University
6
http://hpkv.hp.nic.in/
15. Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI)
http://www.iari.ernet.in/
16. Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute(IASRI)
http://www.nic.in/icar/iasri/default.html
17. Indian Institute of Pulses Research (IIPR)
http://www.nic.in/icar/iipr.htm
18. Indian Institute of Vegetable Research (IIVR)
http://www.nic.in/icar/Directorate1.htm
19. Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK)
http://www.kvk.pravara.com/
20. National Bureau of Animal Genetic Resources (NBAGR);
http://www.nic.in/icar/nbagr/nbagr.html
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21.

22.

23.
24.

25.
26.

National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources
7
(NBPGR)
http://nbpgr.delhi.nic.in/
National Centre for Agricultural Economics and
Policy Research (NCAP)
http://www.nic.in/icar/ncap/index.htm
National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI)
http://ndri.nic.in/
National Research Centre for Agroforestory
(NRCAF)
http://www.nic.in/icar/nrcaf/index.htm
National Research Centre for Mushroom (NRCM)
http://www.nrcmushroom.com/
National Research Centre for Oil Palm (NRCOP)
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http://www.ap.nic.in/nrcop

27. National Research Centre on Cashew (NRCC)
http://kar.nic.in/cashew/
28. National Research Centre on Yak (NRCY)
http://www.nic.in/icar/nrcyak/index.html
29. National Cooperative Development
Corporation(NCDC)
http://ncdc.nic.in/
30. National Horticulture Board
http://www.hortibizindia.nic.in%20 /
31. National Agricultural Co-operative Marketing
Federation of India (Nafed)
http://www.nic.in/nafed

8

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WEB LINKS OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT 9
MINISTRIES, DEPARTMENTS AND
ORGANISATIONS
1.Prime Minister's Office
http://pmindia.nic.in/
2.Planning Commission
http://planningcommission.nic.in/
3.Bureau of Indian Standards
http://wwwdel.vsnl.net.in/bis.org
4.Census of India
http://www.censusindia.net/

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ATOMIC ENERGY
Department of Atomic Energy
http://www.dae.gov.in/
1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB)
http://www.aerb.gov.in/
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)
http://www.barc.ernet.in/
Centre for Advanced Technology (CAT)
http://www.cat.gov.in/
Electronic Corporation of India Limited
(ECIL)
http://www.ecil-india.com /
Heavy Water Board (HWB)
http://www.heavywaterboard.org /

10

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ATOMIC ENERGY
Department of Atomic Energy
http://www.dae.gov.in/
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

11

Indian Rare Earths Limited
http://www.dae.gov.in/ire.htm
Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research
(IGCAR)
http://www.igcar.ernet.in/
Institute for Plasma Research (IPR)
http://www.plasma.ernet.in/
Institute of Physics (IOP)
http://www.iopb.res.in/
Nuclear Fuel Complex
http://www.dae.gov.in/nfc.htm
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ATOMIC ENERGY
Department of Atomic Energy
http://www.dae.gov.in/
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

12

Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL)
http://www.npcil.org/
Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics
http://www.saha.ernet.in/
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR)
http://www.tifr.res.in/
Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL)
http://www.dae.gov.in/mine.htm
Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre
http://www.veccal.ernet.in/

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CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZERS
Ministry of Chemical and Fertilizers

1.
2.

13

Department of Chemicals and
Petrochemicals
http://www.nic.in/cpc/
Department of Fertilizers
http://fert.nic.in/

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14

CIVIL AVIATION Ministry of Civil Aviation
http://civilaviation.nic.in/

1.Directorate General of Civil Aviation(DGCA)
http://dgca.nic.in/
2.Airports Authority of India (AAI)
http://civilaviation.nic.in/aai/airport.htm
COAL Ministry of Coal
http://coal.nic.in/

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COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
Ministry of Commerce and Industry

15

http://commin.nic.in/

1.Department of Commerce
http://commin.nic.in/doc
2.Secretariat for Industrial Assistance (SIA)
http://indmin.nic.in/
3.Department of Industrial Development
http://did.nic.in/
4.Bureau of Industrial Costs and Prices
http://www.nic.in/bicp/
5.Department of Supply
http://commin.nic.in/dos
6.Directorate General of Supplies & Disposals
http://commin.nic.in/dgsnd
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COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
Ministry of Commerce and Industry

16

http://commin.nic.in/

7.Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export
Development Authority
http://apedaweb.nic.in/
8.India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO)
http://www.indiatradepromotion.org/
9.National Centre for Trade Information (NCTI)
http://www.nic.in/ncti
10.Indian Diamond Institute
http://www.diamondinstitute.ac.in/
11.The Marine Products Export Development
Authority (MPEDA)
http://www.mpeda.com/
12.The State Trading Corporation of India (STCI) Ltd.
http://www.stcindia.com/

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COMMUNICATIONS
Ministry of Communications
1.Department of Telecom
http://www.dotindia.com/
2.Telecom Regulatory Authority of India
http://www.trai.gov.in/
3.Department of Electronics
http://www.doe.gov.in
http://www.doe.ernet.in
4.Electronics Corporation of India Ltd
http://ns.stph.net/ecil
5.Indian Postal Services
http://www.indiapost.org/
6.Centre for Development of Telematics
http://www.cdst.com/

17

65

DEFENCE Ministry of Defence
http://mod.nic.in/

18

1.Controller General of Defence Accounts (CGDA)
http://cgda1.nic.in/
2.Defence Research & Development Organisation
(DRDO)
http://www.drdo.org/
3.Indian Armed Forces
http://armedforces.nic.in/

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HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare

19

http://mohfw.nic.in/
1. Department of Indian Systems of Medicines &
Homeopathy
http://www.nic.in/ismh/

HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC
ENTERPRISES
Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public
Enterprises
1. Department of Public Enterprises
http://www.dpe.nic.in/
2. Department of Heavy Industry
http://dhi.nic.in/

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Ministry of Information Technology
http://www.mit.gov.in/

20

1.Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC)
http://www.cdac.org.in/
2. Centre for Electronics Design & Technology of India
(CEDTI)
http://www.cedti.com/
3. Centre for Liquid Crystal Research (CLCR)
http://www.mit.gov.in/clcr.asp
4.Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET)
http://www.cmetindia.org/
5. National Informatics Centre (NIC)
http://home.nic.in/
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21
National Centre for Software Technology
(NCST) http://www.ncst.ernet.in/

1.Society for Applied Microwave Electronic
Engineering and Research (SAMEER)
http://www.mit.gov.in/sameer.htm
2.Society for Electronics Test Engineering (SETE)
http://www.sete.gov.in/
3.Software Technology Parks of India (STPI)
http://www.stpi.soft.net/

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MINES AND MINERALS
Ministry of Mines & Minerals

22

1.Department of Mines
http://www.nic.in/mines

NON CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES

Ministry of Non-conventional Energy Sources


http://mnes.nic.in/

OCEAN DEVELOPMENT
Department of Ocean Development (DOD)
• http://www.nic.in/dod/

1.National Institute of Ocean Technology
http://www.niot.ernet.in/

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PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS

23

1. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas
http://petroleum.nic.in/

PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION
1. Ministry of Planning and Programme
Implementation
2. Department of Statistics
http://www.nic.in/stat/
3. Department of Programme Implementation
http://www.nic.in/dpi
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POWER


24

Ministry of Power
http://powermin.nic.in/

RAILWAYS


Ministry of Railways
http://www.indianrailway.com/

RURAL DEVELOPMENT


Ministry of Rural Development
http://rural.nic.in/
72

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

25

1.Ministry of Science and Technology
http://www.nic.in/snt/
2.Department of Scientific and Industrial Research
http://dsir.nic.in/
3.The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
http://www.csir.res.in/
4.National Information System for Science & Technology
http://www.nissat.org/
5.Indian Space Research Organisation
http://www.isro.org/
6.Department of Biotechnology
http://www.nic.in/dbt
7.Bio Technology Information System
http://www.nic.in/btis/
8.FARM Project
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http://www.nic.in/farm/

SSI, AGRO NAD RURAL INDUSTRIES

26

1. Ministry of Small Scale Industries & Agro
and Rural Industries
http://ssi.nic.in/
2. Small Industries Development Organisation
(SIDO)
http://www.laghu-udyog.com/
3. The National Small Industries Corporation Ltd
http://www.nic.in/nsic

74

STEEL

27

1. Ministry of Steel
http://www.nic.in/steel/
2. Development Commissioner for Iron and Steel
http://dcis.nic.in/

SURFACE TRANSPORT
1. Ministry of Surface Transport
http://www.nic.in/most/

TEXTILE

1. Ministry of Textiles
http://texmin.nic.in/

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TOURISM

28

Ministry of Tourism
http://tourisminindia.com/

URBAN DEVELOPMENT


Ministry of Urban Development
http://urbanindia.nic.in/

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29

WATER RESOURCES
• Ministry of Water Resources
http://wrmin.nic.in/
• Central Water Commission (CWC)
http://www.nic.in/cwc/

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1. Reserve Bank of India

30

http://www.rbi.org.in/

Text of Export –Import Policy, Highlights of Exim policy,
Speeches of Commerce Minister, details about India’s
external trade, policy related to export processing zones,
export oriented units, important public notices, notifications
and circulars related to trade and commerce.
2. Ministry of Commerce & Industry
http://www.commin.nic.in/

78

31
Information on foreign direct investment, investment by
NRIs, foreign technology transfer, setting up100% export
oriented units, details of tax structure, entry strategies,
procedures for various approvals etc.

3. Ministry of Industry - Secretariat for Industrial
Assistance.
http://www.nic.in/indmin
Policy announcements on foreign investment in the power
sector, guidelines and other documents involved in the
competitive bidding process, and various clearances
required etc.

79

32

.
• National Highways Authority of India
http://www.nhai.org/

• Task Force on Infrastructure
http://www.nic.in/infrataskforce

• Group on Telecommunications
http://www.nic.in/got

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• Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas

33

http://petroleum.nic.in/

• Directorate General of Civil Aviation
http://dgca.nic.in
A glimpse of different dimensions of India ranging from
culture and economy to science and technology and from
foreign relations to tourism.
• Ministry of External Affairs.
http://www.mea.gov.in/

Details about India’s investment climate, policies of interest
to investors including FIIs , replies to some frequently
asked questions.
• Indian Investment Centre.
81
http://www.nic.in/iic/

Text of policy, norms and guidelines governing various capital34
issues and related information on FII investment in Indian
capital market.

• Securities and Exchange Board of India.
http://www.nic.in/ncti/
Information on various aspects of import tariffs, import
regulations, public sector enterprises and banks to promote
trade, investment and technology flows among different
countries.
• National Centre for Trade Information (NCTI )
http://www.nic.in/ncti/
Information about various activities, projects, schemes and
policies of Govt. of India, through various web sites.
• National Informatics Centre.
http://www.nic.in/

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35
A wide variety of information on sourcing needs in the
different sectors.

• Indian Sources On Line.
http://www.indiansources.com/
Details about the organisation its membership, the trade
fairs and other events organised by it and the other
specialised services it can offer.

• Confederation of Indian Industry
http://www.ciionline.org/

83

Comprehensive information on business developments,
36
company profiles, investment opportunities, business directories
etc.
• Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and
Industry. http://www.bisnetindia.com/
Comprehensive information on business developments,
company profiles, investment opportunities, business directories
etc. in respect of all NAM countries. NAM Business Portal
http://www.nambisnet.com/
• Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
http://www.assocham.org/
Details about different activities of FIEO and services it can offer.
It also provides a product-wise listing of Indian exporters'
homepages.
• Federation of Indian Export Organisations.
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http://www.fieo.com/

Provides an overview of the Indian Software industry.
• National Association of Software and Service
Companies (NASSCOM)
http://www.nasscom.org/

37

Provides comprehensive information on Indian IT industry, IT
market and the Exim policy of the govt.
• Manufacturers’ Association for Information Technology
(MAIT).
http://www.mait.com/
Profiles Indian automotive industry as a whole.
• Association of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (AIAM).
http://www.planetindia.net.aiam/
85

38

STATE GOVERNMENTS
Various States in India have their own Web sites
which can be accessed for information relating to
infrastructure in the state, incentives available for
various industries/regions and the authorities who
may be approached for assistance:

86

STATE GOVERNMENTS
1

2
3
4

5

39

Assam
http://www.assamgovt.nic.in/
Chandigarh
http://www.chandigarh.nic.in
Goa
http://www.nic.in/goa
Gujrat
http://www.gujratindia.com/
Haryana
http://www.haryana.nic.in/
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STATE GOVERNMENTS

40

6. Karnataka
http://www.kar.nic.in/industry
7 Kerala
http://www.keralagov.com/
8 Lakshyadeep
http://www.nic.in/lakshadweep
9 Maharashtra
http://www.nic.in/maharashtra
10 Madhya Pradesh
http://www.nic.in/madhyapradesh
88

STATE GOVERNMENTS

41

11 Manipur
http://www.nic.in/manipur/
12 Meghalaya
http://www.meghalaya.nic.in/
13 New Delhi
http://www.delhigovt.nic.in/
14 Pondicherry
http://www.pondicherry.nic.in/
15 Punjab
http://www.punjabgovt.nic.in/
16 Rajasthan
http://www.rajgovt.org/
89

STATE GOVERNMENTS

42

17 Sikkim
http://www.sikkim.nic.in/
18 Tamil Nadu
http://www.tidco.com/
19 Tripura
http://www.tripura.nic.in/
20 Uttar Pradesh
http://www.upinfo.org/
21. West Bengal
http://www.westbengal.com/
90

STATE ORGANISATIONS

43

1 SICOM Ltd., Maharashtra(Under construction)
http://www.maharashtra.com/
2 West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation (WBIDC)
http://www.wbidc.com/

3 UP State Industrial Development Corporation (UPSIDC)
http://www.upsidcltd.com
4 Tamilnadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO)
http://www.tidco.com/
5 Bureau of Investment Promotion, Rajasthan
http://www.investrajasthan.com/
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ASSOCIATIONS AND COUNCILS

44

Indian Electrical & Electronics Manufacturers'
Association
http://www.ieema.org/
2 Electronic and Computer Software Export
Promotion Council
http://www.indiansources.com/
3 Automobile Manufacturers Association of India
http://www.indianauto.com/
1

92

ASSOCIATIONS AND COUNCILS
4

5
6
7
8
9
10

45

Automotive Component Manufacturers Association
of India
http://www.indianauto.com/
Indian Machine Tools Manufacturers Association
http://www.imtma.com/
Engineering Export Promotion Council
http://www.eepc.gov.in/
Federation of Indian Export Organisations
http://www.fieo.com/
Manufacturers Association of Information Technology
http://www.mait.com/
National Association of Software & Service Companies
http://www.nasscom.org/
Electronic Components Industries Association
93
http://www.elcina.com/

ASSOCIATIONS AND COUNCILS
11 Association of Mutual Funds in India
http://www.amfiindia.com/
12 Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India
http://www.idiaoppi.com/
13 Indian Exporters Online
http://www.indianexportes.com/
14 The Synthetic & rayon Textiles Export Promotion
Council, Mumbai
http://www.synthetictextiles.com/
15 Apparel Export Promotion Council, New Delhi:
http://www.aepc.com/
16 Basic Chemicals Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics Export
Promotion Council
http://www.chemexcil.org/

46

94

ASSOCIATIONS AND COUNCILS

47

17 Engineering Export Promotion Council
http://www.eepc.gov.in/
18 Gems and Jewellery Export Promotion Council
http://www.gjepc.org/
19 India Investment Centre
http://www.nic.in/iic
20 Bureau of Indian Standards
http://www.del.vsnl.net.in/bis.org
21 Council for Leather Exports
http://www.leatherindia.org/
22 National Association for Software and Service Cos
http://www.nasscom.org/
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TRADE AND INDUSTRY ORGANISATIONS

48

1 Indian White Pages
http://www.indiaworld.com/
2 Indian Yellow Pages (Trade Directory)
http://www.indiaworld.com/
3 National Centre for Trade Information
http://www.nic.in/indmin/ncti
4 Indian Investment Centre
http://www.nic.in/indmin/iic
5 Indian Placement Agencies Page
http://www.careerage.com/plcmt/
http://catalogs.indiamart.com/category/humanresource.html http://ww.indiaserver.com/directory/Business

_and_Economy/Employment/Placement_Agencies/
http://www.naukri.com
96

49

97

BANKS, FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND
FINANCIAL SERVICES
1 Credit Rating Information Services of India Ltd.
http://www.crisil.com/
2 ICICI Bank
http://www.icicibank.com/
3 Syndicate Bank
http://www.syndicatebank.com/
4. Export Import Bank of India
http://www.eximbankindia.com/
6. Small Industries Development Bank of India
http://www.sidbi.com/
7 LIC Housing Finance Ltd.
http://www.licindia.com
8 Bank of Madura
http://www.bankofmadura.com/

50

98

BANKS, FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND
FINANCIAL SERVICES
9.

10
11
12.
13.

51

Bank of India
http://www.bankofindia.com
Export Import Bank of India
http://www.eximbankindia.com/
State Bank of India
http://www.statebankofindia.com/
Union Bank of India
http://www.unionbankofindia.com/
Securities and Exchange Board of India
http://www.sebi.com/

99

GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS
1. National Highway Authority of India
http://www.nhai.org/
2. Software Technology Park Of India, Bangalore
http://www.soft.net/
3. Software Technology Park , New Delhi
http://www.stpi.soft.net/
4. Software Technology Park NOIDA,
http://www.stpi.soft.net/
5. Software Technology Park Hyderabad
http://www.stph.net/
6. Software Technology Park, Kanpur
http://www.stpk.net.in/
7. Software Technology Park, Jaipur
http://www.stpi.soft.net/
8. National Small Industries Corporation
http://www.nsic-india.com/

52

100

GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS

53

9.

City and Industrial Development of
Maharashtra Ltd. Mumbai (CIDCO)
http://www.cidcoiip.com/
10. Pondichery Industrial Promotion
Development and Investment Corp.
Ltd.
http://www.internetindia.com/pipdic
11. Madras Export Processing Zone
http://www.mepz.com/
101

INFORMATION ABOUT INDIA, IN GENERAL

54

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/destinations/indiansubco
ntinent/india/printable.htm#top
http://www.shubhyatra.com/htm/aboutindia/about.htm
http://www.mapsofindia.com/
http://www.indianembassy.org/dydemo/agriculture.htm
http://agricoop.nic.in/
http://indiaimage.nic.in/
http://www.andhrapradesh.com/
http://www.maharashtra.gov.in/
http://www.keralagov.com/
http://www.indianembassy.org/links/indialinks.htm
http://www.indianembassy.org/indiainfo/india_2000/cha
pters/chp15.pdf
102

R & D FACILITIES - CSIR

55

CBT - CENTRE FOR BIOCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
NEW DELHI
CDRI - CENTRAL DRUG RESEARCH INSTITUTE
LUCKNOW
CEERI - CENTRAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
RESEARCH INSTITUTE, PILANI
CFTRI - CENTRAL FOOD TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH
INSTITUTE - MYSORE

CIMAP - CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF MEDICINAL &
AROMATIC PLANTS, LUCKNOW
103

R & D FACILITIES - CSIR

56

CMERI -CENTRAL MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
RESEARCH INSTITUTE, DURGAPUR
CSIO - CENTRAL SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS
ORANISATION, CHANDIGARH
IICB - INDIAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL BIOLOGY
KOLKATTA
IICT - INDIAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY,
HYDERABAD

INSDOC - INDIAN NATIONAL SCIENTIFIC DOCUMENTATION
CENTRE - NEW DELHI
104

OTHER RESEARCH INSTITUTES

57

ASIA AND PACIFIC CENTRE FOR TRANSFER OF
TECHNOLOGY (APCTT)
BOTANICAL SURVEY OF INDIA (BSI)
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY,
BHUBANESHWAR

DEPARTMENT OF BIO-TECHNOLOGY (DBT)
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (DST)
DR.BHIM RAO AMBEDKAR REGIONAL ENGINEERING
COLLEGE, JALANDHAR
FARM NET ASIA

105

OTHER RESEARCH INSTITUTES

58

GOVIND BALLABH PANT ENGINEERING COLLEGE
INFORMATION TCHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT, CHANDIGARH
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOCIAL UNIVERSITY (JNTU)
MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
NATIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY (NISSAT)

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE COMMUNCATION
INFORMATION RESOURCES ( NISCAIR)
BIO-TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION SYSTEM

106

OTHER RESEARCH INSTITUTES

59

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING CHENGANNUR
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS, COCHIN UNIVERSITY
OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL
RESEARCH
e-BIOTECH COMMERCE
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA (GSI)

107

OTHER RESEARCH INSTITUTES

60

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
(NITIE)
NETWORKING OF SOCIAL SCIENTISTS
PATENT INFORMATION SERVICES
REGIONAL ENGINEEERING COLLEGE, TIRUCHIRPALLI
SARDAR VALLABHBHAI NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGY

108

OTHER RESEARCH INSTITUTES

61

SANT LONGOWAL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY (SLIENT)
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT, RAJASTHAN
TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION MANAGEMENT AND
ENTREPRENEURSHIP INFORMATION SERVICES (TIMEIS)
ZOOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA (ZSI)

STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY, U.P.
UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND
CULTURAL ORGANISATION (UNESCO)
WEST BENGAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (WBUTECH)
VISVESWARAIAH TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY (VTU)

109

NATIONAL LEVEL CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE 62
CONFEDERATION OF INDIAN INDUSTRY
FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATION (FIEO)

FEDERATION OF INDIAN MICRO AND SMALL & MEDIUM
ENTERPRISE (FISME)
FEDERATION OF INDIAN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
AND INDSUTRY
THE ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND
IND. OF INDIA
110

REGIONAL / STATE LEVEL CHAMBERS
OF COMMERCE

63

THE COCHIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY
INDIAN MERCHANTS CHAMBER
GUJARAT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
GURGAON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
SOURTHERN GUJARAT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND
INDUSTRY ( SGCCI)

THE FEDERATION OF A.P. CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
AND INDUSTRY
111

REGIONAL / STATE LEVEL CHAMBERS
OF COMMERCE

64

BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY
INDIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
GOA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
UDAIPUR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
KANARA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
RAJASTHAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY

MADRAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY
112

BI-LATERAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

65

INDO AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
INDO-ARAB CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRIES
INDIA-CHINA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY
GEORGIA INDO-AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
IICCI – INDO-ISRAELI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND
INDUSTRY

INDO-AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF GREATER
HOUSTON
113

BI-LATERAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

66

INDO-CANADA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
IGCC – INDO GERMAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
INDO-ITALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY
INDO-US CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
INDO-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY
SICC – SWISS INDIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
INDIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF TAIWAN
114

67

115

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS IN INDIA

68

AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS MANUFACTURERS
ASSOCAITION OF INDIA (ACMA)

BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION OF INDIA
CONSULTING ENGINEERS ASSOCATION OF INDIA

INDIAN DRUG MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION(IDMA)
INDIAN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURERS
ASSOCIATION
ALL INDIA BIOTECH ASSOCAITION ( AIBA)
116

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS IN INDIA

69

CEMENT MANUFACTUREERS’ ASSOCIATION
ALL INDIA PLASTICS MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
ALL INDIA DISTILLERS’ ASSOCAITION
INDIAN CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
DARJEELING PLANTERS ASSOCIATION
HOTEL ASSOCIATION OF INDIA
FEDERATION OF HOTEL & RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION
117
OF INDIA (FHRAI)

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS IN INDIA

70

INDIAN MACHINE TOOLS MANUFACTURERS’
ASSOCIATION
INTERNET SER5VICE PROVIDERS ASSOCATION OF INDIA

INDIAN SMALL SCALE PAINT ASSOCIATION
SILK ASSOCIATION OF INDIA

THE SOLVENT EXTRACTORS’ ASSOCIATION OF INDIA
INDIAN SUGAR MILLS ASSOCIATION

TOOLS & GAUGE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION OF
INDIA

118

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS IN INDIA

71

ELECTRONIC COMPONENT INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION
THE FERTILISER ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (FAI)
INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF TOUR OPERATORS
INDIAN JUTE INDUSTRIES RESEARCH ASSOCIATION
ORGANISATION OF PLASTIC PROCESSORS OF INDIA
PESTICIDES MANUFACTURERS & FORMULATORS
ASSOCIATION ONF INDIA (COAI)

INDIAN WIND TURBINE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION119

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS IN INDIA

72

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOFTWARE & SERVICE
COMPANIES
MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION FOR INFORAMTION
TECHNOLOGY
INDIAN AGRO PAPER MILLS ASSOCIATION
SELF-EMPLOYED WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION
INDIAN FOOTWEAR COMPONENTS MANUFACTURERS
ASSOCIATION

INDIAN TEA ASSOCIATION

120

EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCILS OF INDIA 73
APPAREL EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL
BASIC CHEMICALS, PHARMACEUTICALS & COSMETICS
EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL.
CARPET EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL

CHEMICAL & ALLIED PRODUCTS EXPORT PROMOTION
COUNCIL
COTTON TEXTILES EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL
ENGINEERING EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL
EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL FOR HANDICRAFTS

121

EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCILS OF INDIA

74

AGRICULTURAL & PROCESSES FOOD PRODUCTS EXPORT
DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (APEDA)

COUNCIL FOR LEATHER EXPORTS
CASHEW EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL OF INDIA

ELECTRONIC & COMPUTER SOFTWARE EXPORT
PROMOTION COUNCIL
GEMS & JEWELLERY EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL
HANDLOOM EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL
INDIAN SILK EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL

122

EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCILS OF INDIA

75

INDIA TRADE PROMOTION ORGANSIATION
NATIONAL CENTRE FOR TRADE INFORMATION
OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION COUNCIL OF INDIA

POWERLOOM DEVELOPMENT & EXPORT PROMOTION
COUNCIL
PLASTIC EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL
THE TYNTHETIC RAYON TEXTILES EXPORT PROMOTION
COUNCIL
123

COMMODITY BOARDS

76

SPICE BOARD
RUBBER BOARD
TOBACCO BOARD
COFFEE BOARD
TEA BOARD
COCONUT DEVELOPMENT BOARD

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS:


CENTRE FOR PROMOTING IMPORTS FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES



INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR SMEs



WIPO SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES



UNITED NATIONS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION



WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION



EUROPEAN COMMISSION – ENTERPRISE & INDUSTRY



CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY



SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISE INFORMATION CENTRE, CANADA



SME CENTRE, HONGKONG



SME INFORMATION OF JAPAN



WORLD TRADE CENTRE, MUMBAI



SWEDISH INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY



SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT, WASHINGTON, USA



DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, UK



PUM – THE NETHERLANDS SENIOR EXPERTS ORGANISATION



INDIAN EMBASSY OVERSEAS

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