When the British decided to leave India in the year 1947, they made India bleed by pushing them in a state of civil war. After the war, no one would have imagined that it would take only a few decades for the Indians to show the world what they are capable of.

In 70 years of Indian independence, no one ever imagined that India would become one of the world’s fastest growing major economies leaving china behind in terms of growth rate.

Who could have thought that the country which ruled over India would have an Indian company TATA as the biggest private sector employer in the U.K

 

The Indian economy has finally gained momentum and is probably in its 2nd gear, but what is surprising is that even in the 2nd gear India is showing its great potential in various sectors.

 

Team Ink Coop brings to you the facts and figures of various sectors in which India is doing extremely well.

IT SECTOR

Accounting for approximately 67% of the 124-130 USD market, India is the world’s largest sourcing destination for the IT industry.

It also ranks 3rd amongst global start-up ecosystem with around 4200 start-ups.

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

 

India became a nuclear superpower in the year 1974 and it also ranks 3rd amongst the most appealing destinations for technology transactions.

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has launched Indian Regional Navigation System, thereby completing its mission of developing India’s very own navigation system.

India has successfully launched space missions to moon named as Chandrayaan-1 and is planning to send another satellite called Chandrayaan-2.]

India has also launched a satellite named Mangalyaan for Mars which is till date the least expensive mission to mars.

India has also helped various countries like Singapore, Germany, UK and much more to launch their own satellites as well.

 

PHARMACEUTICAL SECTOR

 

How many of you actually know that India is the largest provider of generic medicines and is the 4th largest in terms of volume.

 

GEMS AND JEWELLERY

India has become one of the largest exporters of gems and jewelry in the world.

Around 95% of the world’s total diamonds are cut, polished and processed in India and most of them in Surat, a city in Gujarat.

 

HEALTH CARE SECTOR

 

Do you know that in India the cost of surgery is 1/10th of that in the US and Western Europe.

Also, India is becoming the hub of both types of health care i.e. modern medicine as well as natural medicine.

 

INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR

Who would have thought that one day India would be on the path of becoming biggest metro rail network in the world?

India is also developing various infrastructures in other parts of the world.

 

AUTOMOBILE SECTOR

 

As we all know there are a number of international companies that are lining up to make the most of the automotive market of India but India’s own brand are not very far behind.

India has it all. Be it from its cheapest car to their most premium brands Jaguar and Range Rover.

The world’s largest manufacturer of two-wheelers is from India i.e. Hero Moto corp.

 

AGRICULTURE SECTOR

 

With a much-diversified land, India is the largest producer, consumer, and exporter of spices and its products.

It is also the source of mangoes that are famous worldwide for its taste.

Globally acclaimed for its taste and fragrance around the world, basmati rice is produced by India.

The seven sisters of India have their agriculture based on organic farming and when everyone is moving towards fertilizers and genetic seed modification, they have kept themselves untouched from this stuff.

India which has area nearly half of that of China and US has more edible land than china and is the world’s 2nd largest after the US.

 

INDIAN PERSONALITIES

 

Till now we were discussing various Indian products and sectors, so how can we leave behind the top minds that are either Indian nationals or of Indian origin.

Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google has studied in Indian institute of technology.

The CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadela, graduated from Manipal institute of technology.

Shantanu Narayen, CEO of adobe system is another name in the list.

 

 

I know these facts are not enough to describe what India is or what it is going to become in few years but yes these facts are more than enough to say that India is on a path of becoming a superpower.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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