Promotion of Service Enterprises
The service industry forms the back bone of social and economic development of a region. It has emerged as the largest and fastest growing sectors in the world economy, making higher than that of agriculture and manufacturing sectors. India’s service sector has matured considerably during the last few years and has been globally recognized for its high growth and development. This sector has been growing at an annual rate of about 30% for the last 5 years.
India’s service sector contribute more than 55% to the GDP, making it the most for mid-able component of the country’s economy. The Government of India is taking utmost care to strengthen this potential sector, which contributes heartily to India’s Foreign Exchange. India’s share in worldwide service exports are expected to rise 8% by 2020, if the present annual growth rate of 30% is maintained. Strong and consisted emphasis on self – reliance in its economic development programmes over the years by the government of India has enabled India to build up a huge and versatile cadre of professionals with expertise and skills across a vast and wide – ranging spectrum of disciplines like healthcare, Tourism, Education, Engineering, Communication, Transportation, Information Technology, Banking, finance, Management and a host of others.
The functionaries who are involved in development and promotion of the service sector in both Government and Non- Government departments Sr. Official (middle level officials of the enterprises and senior and middle level executives of the ministries), Financial Institutions, commercial Banks.
- Development of Service Enterprises policy consideration
- Devising, Proper categorization of Service
- Service Sector and Exports
- Sustainability in Service Enterprises
- Human Resource for Emerging Services
- Role of Service in Global Value Chain
- Sunrise Service Sectors
2 days(19-20 Dec 2019)
Rs. 3000/- (Residential)
Rs. 2000/- (Non-Residential) (18% GST as applicable).
The fee covers cost of tuition, reading material, boarding and lodging. It does not cover travel costs of participants. Fee once paid shall not be refunded. However, a substitute may be permitted.
For further details contact:
Mr. J. Koteswara Rao
Associate Faculty Member
School of Enterprise Development