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    INDIAN TELECOM INDUSTRY

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    1 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 1 Presented By :- “Study of VAS Products in Telecom Market in India “ Ashish Sharma -17010 Apeejay School Of Management PGDM (Finance & Marketing) 2009-2011 July , 2010
    2 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 2 ASHISH " GURU BHAI " SHARMA !
    3 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 3 Flow of the Presentation. 1 ) Introduction. 2) History of Indian Telecom Industry & Government Policy . 3 ) Players of Indian Telecom Industry. 4) Analysis of Bharti Airtel. Major Market Trends. Project Findings. Conclusion. Recommendations & Suggestions. Learning's & Experiences
    4 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 4 Topic: 1 Introduction
    5 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 5 Executive Summary : Role Of Telecom Sector in Development Process The telecom services have been recognized the world-over as an important tool for socioeconomic development of a nation. Telecommunication is one of the prime support services needed for rapid growth and modernization of various sectors of the economy. It has become especially important in recent years because of enormous growth of information technology and its significant potential for the impact on the rest of the economy. The Telecom Sector, which has the multiplier effect on the economy, has a vital role to play in economy by way of contributing to the increased efficiency. The available studies suggest that income of business entities and households increases by the use of telecom services. Thus it contributes to the growth in GDP. The Government of India reorganizes that provision of world class telecommunications infrastructure and information is key to rapid economic and social development of the country.
    6 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 6 Telecom industry in India started to set up in a phased approach. Privatization was gradually introduced, first in value-added services, followed by cellular and basic services. Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) was established to regulate and deal with competition (the service providers). Upcoming services such as 3G and WiMax will help to further augment the growth rate. The Indian telecommunications industry is one of the fastest growing in the world and India is projected to become the second largest telecom market globally by 2010. Paisafication seems to be the name of the game in mobile telephony. But as the pricing game touches rock bottom and erodes value, gaining subscribers will mean winning the great brand battle. Thirteen Telecom Operators in India causing Ripple Effect & demanding for Innovation / Renovation in Saturated Indian Telecom Market. Over the last 5 years, the telecom industry has realized the importance of MVAS. Given the declining ARPU and increasing competition among operators it is imperative to focus on alternate revenue streams. That is where there is a felt need for capitalizing on the Value Added Services Market. In the wake of changing industry markets, telecom operators are looking at “Mobile Value Added Services” (MVAS) as the next wave of growth, and a large chunk of revenues is expected to flow from VAS in the near future. Need for the Study :
    7 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 7 2010 Introduction :
    8 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 8 Mobile Phone Revolution : Commenting on the emerging markets and use of cell phones, Bill Gates once said, “PC is the phone and phone is the PC.” In the same conference, Craig Mundie, Microsoft Chief Research Officer continued, “People in those rural environments are already buying computers. They happen to call them cell phones.”
    9 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 9 Welcome in the New AVATAR of TELECOM WORLD! India entering 2nd stage of “Telecom Revolution “ . INDIAN TELECOM SECTOR FIRST PHASE OF REVOLUTION : VOICE SECOND PHASE OF REVOLUTION : DATA
    10 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 10
    11 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 11 THE FATHER OF THE NATION - MAHATAMA GANDHI SAM PITRODA SUNIL BHARTI MITTAL THE FATHER OF THE INDIAN CELLULAR PHONE REVOUTION THE FATHER OF THE INDIAN TELEPHONE'S REVOLUTION - Contribution of 3 Leaders in India:
    12 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 12 Quick Facts : Next Super Power India (March, 2010 )
    13 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 13 Impact of Telecom Sector on Indian Economy:
    14 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 14 Economic Benefits of Mobile Services in India : Employment Government Revenues GDP Rural Development
    15 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 15 International Telecommunications Union( ITU) “ The mobile phone has moved beyond being a mere device to become a key “social object” present in every aspect of our daily lives”. Indian Telecom Sector The Indian Telecom Sector –Poster Boy Of Economic Reforms. Fastest Growing Telecom Market with CAGR of 17 % . 3rd Largest Telecommunication Network in World. 2nd Largest Wireless Network in World. About 15 million connections are being added every month. About 3 % is the Contribution of Telecom Sector in Nation’s GDP. The Unique Indian Business Telecom Model “Low Cost, High Volume, High MOU. “
    16 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 16 Telecommunication : Managerial: “Telecom is a huge and varied bastion of technologies, companies, services and politics that is truly global in nature.” Technical: “Telecom in the real sense means transfer of information between two distant points in space.”
    17 : 04/07/2010 ASHISH "GURU BHAI" SHARMAGROUP 7 17 Topic: 2 : History of Indian Telecom Industry & Government Policy.
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