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Presented By

Javed Khan (E-36) Kohali Das (E-37) Kumar Gaurav (E-38) Kumar Kunal (E-39) Lav Sharma (E-40)

AGENDA OF PRESENTATION

Introduction and Overview Contribution In Indian Economy FDI in Retail Industry Major Players of Industry SWOT Analysis Conclusion

INTRODUCTION & OVERVIEW

Real Estate- greater prominence with the liberalisation of the economy.


Real Estate crucial role in overall development. Dominated by a number of small regional players.

KEY DEMAND SEGMENTS

Residential Commercial Retail Hospitality

CONTRIBUTION
(2005) (2010) (2011)

GDP :

5.6%

7.8%

8.1%

2 nd largest employer BUSINESS OF $12 BILLION


Source: www.economic.wealth.com

GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION

Source:www.realestate.co.in

FDI
Foreign investors, other than NRIs, were allowed to invest only in development of integrated townships and settlements, either through a wholly owned subsidiary or through a joint venture company in India, along with a local partner. The minimum capitalization norm shall be US$ 10 million for a wholly owned subsidiary and US$ 5 million for joint ventures with Indian partner/s. The funds would have to be brought in within six months of commencement of business of the company. Development of at least 50% of the integrated project has to be completed within a period of five years from the date of obtaining all statutory clearances.

MAJOR PLAYER OF REAL ESTATE - CONSTRUCTION

ANSAL PROPERTIES AN INFRASTUCTURE LTD


Name: Year of Establishment Market Capital : Ansal Group : 1967 : INR 627 Cr.` Company Profile: core

The Ansal group is conglomerate of 35 companies with 3 company API, AHCL, ABL.

Employing 5000 people National wide with over 1000 of these in supervisory and managerial level. Future Prospects:

Ansal thrust areas would be expansion into hospitality. Focus on premium location in Tier two Cities of North India

THE DLF GROUP


Name : The DLF Group Year of Establishment : 1946 Market Capital : INR 50,291 Cr. Company Profile: The DLF Group is a leading real state developer based in New Delhi

Future Prospects Increase land reserve in strategic location Diversify into Hotel Development. Diversify into SEZ Development.

UNITECH LIMITED
Name : Year of Establishment: Market Capital :

Unitech Limited
1986 INR 8516 Cr.

Company Profile:
The company is mainly engaged in construction of Highway projects, Industrial Projects and Overseas Projects The group operates in India and export engineered Construction Products to Middle East.

Future Prospects: Achieve high growth by establishing presence in Pan India presence. Focus on large mixed-use projects like integrated town ship in the suburbs of main cities.

PARSAVNATH DEVELOPERS
Name : Year Of Establishment: Market Capital :

Parsavnath Developers Ltd.

1990 INR 2624 Cr. Company Profile: One of leading real estate developer in India. The group has a diverse business portfolio of Commercial Complexes, Shopping malls, Integrated Township & Group Housing. Future Prospects: Plans to have at least 17 hotels across 13 cities by 2015 . Plans to Re-develop land near Railways Stations Exploring infrastructural projects like Highway and Airport development.

SOBHA DEVELOPERS LTD


Name : Year Of Establishment: Market Capital :

Sobha Developers Ltd.


1995 INR 2905 Cr. Company Profile:

Pioneered in India the concept of truly International quality in construction. Built innumerable, residential, contractual and commercial and commercial projects Sobha enjoys excellent brands presence in Bangluru. Future Prospects: They anticipate building a presence in varied industries including Hotels and Resorts, Hyper Market and Home store.

SWOT ANALYSIS

STRENGTH
Employment and training opportunities in the field of construction. Private sector housing boom and commercial building demands Construction of the multi building projects on the feasible locations in the country. Good structured national network facilitates the boom of construction industry Low cost well- educated and skilled labor force is now widely available across the country.

WEAKNESS
Distance between construction projects reduces business efficiency. Training itself has become a challenge. Changing skills requirements and an ageing workforce may emphasize the skills gap. Improvement in long-term career prospects is highly required to encourage staff retention and new entrants. External allocation of large contracts becomes difficult. Lack of clearly defined processes and procedures for construction and its management. Huge amount of money needs to be invested in this industry.

OPPORTUNITIES
There is a shortage of 12 million housing units in urban areas. There is a scope of 400 township projects over the next 5 years spread over 30 to 35 years, each having a population of 0.5 million. Total Project value dedicated to low and middle income in the next seven years is estimated at USD 40 billion. Continuous private sector housing boom will create more construction opportunities. Public sector projects through Public Private Partnerships will bring further opportunities. Developing supply chain through involvement in large projects is likely to enhance the chances in construction.

THREATS
Long term market instability and uncertainty may damage the opportunities and prevent the expansion of training and development facilities. Current economic situation may have an adverse impact on construction industry. Infrastructure safety is a challenging task in construction industry Lack of political willingness and support on promoting new strategies. Inefficient accessibility in planning and concerning the infrastructure. Competitors are emerging in the industry by leaps and bounds.

CONCLUSION
In the years ahead, the construction industry in India has to overcome various challenges with respect to housing, environment, transportation, power or natural hazards. Technocrats associated with the Indian construction industry need to employ innovative technologies and skilled project handling strategies to overcome these challenges. Investment in the Infrastructure sector could go up to 93.36 billion or Rs. 6,521.06 billion by FY-2012 which in turn translates to a good potential for the Construction Industry.