Karnataka Markets and Industry 2010

Date: November 10, 2010
Pages: 79
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Karnataka Markets and Industry 2010
India is fastest growing economy of the world and is fast emerging as business hub of the world.

While information on Indian markets and industry is spread out and difficult to find at one place, it is even more difficult to collect information on different regions of India.

Karnataka has emerged as the knowledge and technical capital of the country. Karnataka has a considerable contribution to India’s GDP and is also growing rapidly with industry and services sector being the key pillar of the state’s economy.

Karnataka Markets and Industry 2010 serves as a reference document for the decision makers and analysts who want to gain knowledge on varied aspects of Indian state.

This reports analyses the demographics, economic structure, business environment, industrial policies, infrastructure development, market size and characteristics. The comparison of all these aspects of the state with national level scenario renders a unique nature to this report.
1. INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY

2. OVERVIEW

3. STATE DEMOGRAPHY

4. STATE ECONOMY AND OVERALL MARKET SIZE

4.1 Gross State Domestic Product of Karnataka
4.2 Agriculture
4.3 Industry
  4.3.1 Important Industrial Sectors in Karnataka
    Auto Sector
    Readymade Garments
    Engineering Goods
    Minerals & Mineral Based Products
4.4 Services

5. DEVELOPMENT OF STATE

5.1 Transport
5.2 Communication
5.3 Finance
5.4 Power
5.5 Health
5.6 Education

6. STATE GOVERNMENT POLICIES RELATING TO INDUSTRY

6.1 Karnataka Industrial Policy 2009-11
6.2 Karnataka Export Promotion Policy for Karnataka
6.3 The Millennium IT Policy
6.4 The Millennium Bio-Tech Policy
6.5 The Millennium BPO Policy
6.6 Karnataka Tourism Policy 2002-2007
6.7 Industrial Promotion Policy for Agro Food Processing Industries
6.8 Karnataka Mineral Policy 2008
6.8 Karnataka Semiconductor Policy 2010

7. IMPORTANT CITY CENTRES

7.1 Bangalore
7.2 Mysore
7.3 Hubli-Dharwad
7.4 Mangalore
7.5 Belgaum

8. INVESTMENTS IN STATE

9. MARKET OUTLOOK FOR STATE

10. STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESS OF KARNATAKA

11. ANNEXURE

LIST OF TABLES

Table 3 1: Population of Karnataka
Table 3 2: Number of literates and literacy rate by sex in Karnataka and India (2001)
Table 3 3: Distribution of population by workers and non-workers by sex (2001)
Table 4 1: Gross State Domestic Product of Karnataka (Rs.lakh)
Table 4 2: Trend in GSDP size (Rs. lakh) and growth rate (%) of Karnataka
Table 4 3: Composition of Gross State Domestic Product of Karnataka in 2000-01 (%)
Table 4 4: Composition of Gross State Domestic Product of Karnataka in 2008-09 (%)
Table 4 5: Gross State Domestic Product of Agriculture and Allies Sectors at Current Prices (Rs.lakh)
Table 4 6: Gross State Domestic Product of Industry and its sub sectors at Current Prices (Rs. lakh)
Table 4 7: GSDP of Industry Sector of Karnataka at constant prices (in Rs. Lakh)
Table 4 8: Growth Rate in Production value of Industry and sub sectors (1999-00 to 2008-09)
Table 4 9: Gross State Domestic Product for Services in Karnataka at Current Prices (Rs. lakh)
Table 4 10: Break up of Transport, Storage and Communication at current prices
Table 4 11: Achievements in Information Technology Sector in Karnataka for the year 2008-09 & 2009-10 (up to November 2009)
Table 5 1: Growth in Road length in Karnataka
Table 5 2: Deposits and Credit of Scheduled Commercial Banks in Karnataka
Table 5 3: Anticipated Power Supply Position in Karnataka during 2010-11
Table 5 4: Generation, Imports, T&D Losses and Consumption of Power in Karnataka
Table 5 5: Basic Health Indicators for Karnataka (per 1000 population)
Table 5 6: Nutrition Status in Karnataka and India, 2005-06
Table 5 7: Prevalence of diseases in Karnataka (in numbers)
Table 5 8: Health indicators related to safe delivery and antenatal care (%), 2005-06
Table 5 9: Number of Allopathic Doctors and Dental Surgeons in Karnataka with Recognised Medical Qualifications (Under IMC Act) and Registered with State Medical Councils 2005-2009
Table 5 10: Number of Registered Nurses & Pharmacists in Karnataka and India
Table 5 11: Health Manpower in Rural Areas (Govt.) in Karnataka and India as on March, 2008
Table 5 12: Number of Government Hospitals & Beds in Rural & Urban Areas (Including CHCs) of Karnataka and India, 1st Jan 2010
Table 5 13: Government Hospitals in rural and urban areas of Karnataka and India
Table 5 14: Number of School Education Institutions in Karnataka
Table 5 15: Number of Institutions in Tertiary Education in Karnataka
Table 5 16: Enrolment in Tertiary Education Courses in Karnataka
Table 5 17: Enrolment in Various courses of Tertiary education (2005-06)
Table 7 1: Class I towns in Karnataka
Table 8 1: Industrial investment in Karnataka (Rs. Lakh)
Table 8 2: Foreign Collaborations in Karnataka
Table 8 3: Projects approved by State Level Single Window Clearance Committee from 2000-01 to October 2009
Table 8 4: Projects approved by State High Level Clearance Committee from 2000-01 to October 2009
Table 8 5: Key Infrastructure Projects in Karnataka
Table 9 1: Market Size of Karnataka (in Rs.)
Table 11 1: Projected population of Karnataka by age groups as on 1st March: 2001-2026 (in 000)
Table 11 2: Livestock in Karnataka
Table 11 3: Performance of public sector undertakings in Karnataka from 2006-07 to 2009-10
Table 11 4: Mineral resources in Karnataka
Table 11 5: Area and density of the key cities
Table 11 6: Number of towns and urban agglomerations in Karnataka cities
Table 11 7: Net district income and per capita income in Karnataka cities
Table 11 8: Housing status in Karnataka cities
Table 11 9: Pattern of Housing in Karnataka Cities(%)
Table 11 10: Engineering and medical colleges and students in Karnataka districts 2008-09
Table 11 11: Number of government and private aided degree colleges in cities, 2008-09
Table 11 12: Student strength in government and private aided degree colleges in key cities of Karnataka, 2008-09 (in numbers)
Table 11 13: Student Strength in at school and college level in key cities of Karnataka, 2008-09 (in numbers)
Table 11 14: Sector wise consumption of electricity ( 2008-09)
Table 11 15: Credit and deposits in Karnataka cities (March 2009)
Table 11 16: Registration of New Industrial Units in Karnataka
Table 11 17: Average monthly per capita expenditure (Rs) on groups of items of consumption in Karnataka

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 3 1: Population projection for Karnataka
Figure 3 2: Rural and Urban population in Karnataka
Figure 3 3: Age structure of Karnataka (2001)
Figure 3 4: Age structure of Karnataka (2026)
Figure 4 1: GSDP of Agriculture and Allied Sector of Karnataka at constant prices (in Rs. Lakh)
Figure 4 2: Agriculture land area in Karnataka (in 000 h.a.)
Figure 4 3: Area under Principal Crops (in 000 ha)
Figure 4 4: Production of Principal Crops in Karnataka (in ‘000 tonnes)
Figure 4 5: Number of Tractors in Karnataka (in 000)
Figure 4 6: Gross State Domestic Product for Services in Karnataka at 1999-2000 Prices (Rs. lakh)
Figure 5 1: Total Registered Motor Vehicles (Category-wise) (As on 31st March, 2006 - Provisional)
Figure 5 2: Total Registered Motor Vehicles in Karnataka (in thousands)
Figure 5 3: Average Output per Ship Berth Day in New Mangalore Port of Karnataka and India (in tonnes)
Figure 5 4: Traffic handled at major ports of India and New Mangalore Port of Karnataka (in million tonnes)
Figure 5 5: Traffic handled at non-major ports of Karnataka (in million tonnes)
Figure 5 6: Aircraft movement in Bangalore Airport (in numbers)
Figure 5 7: Passenger Traffic handled at Bangalore Airport (in numbers)
Figure 5 8: Freight Traffic handled at Bangalore Airport (tonne)
Figure 5 9: Growth in telecom subscribers in rural and urban areas of Karnataka
Figure 5 10: Credit Deposit ratio of Karnataka and India between March 2005 and March 2009
Figure 5 11: Power generation installed capacity in Karnataka (in megawatts)
Figure 5 12: Power Generation, consumption and T&D losses in Karnataka between 1995-96 to 2009-10
Figure 5 13: Source of Healthcare services in Urban Karnataka
Figure 5 14: Source of healthcare services in rural Karnataka
Figure 5 15: Enrolment in Schools and Gross enrolment ratio in schools of Karnataka
Figure 5 16: Pupil Teacher Ratio in Karnataka
Figure 8 1: Eleventh Plan 2007-12 Projected Outlays (at 2006-07 Prices) of Karnataka State
Figure 9 1: Forecasted per capita income in Karnataka up to 2015
Figure 9 2: Comparison of per capita monthly expenditure in Karnataka across various classes (in Rs.)
Figure 11 1: Gender wise population and decennial growth rate (%) of cities
Figure 11 2: Literacy rate in key cities of Karnataka (%)
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