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Evaluation and Future Opportunities of India's Textile Indstry

Evaluation and Future Opportunities of India's Textile Indstry

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A PROJECT REPORT ON INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY
A PROJECT REPORT ON INDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY

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12/10/2012

 
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“EVALUATION AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES OF INDIA’STEXTILE INDUSTRY.”
 
PROJECT REPORT
PREPARED BY
PRAVIN KUMAR TRIPATHI
(PGDM, Institute of Management Education, Ghaziabad)
 
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ABSTRACT
The project
“EVALUATION AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES OFINDIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY”
provides a deep knowledge of various industry which produces the readymade garments. It also provides a comparative study of different textile production and marketingcompanies like ARVIND MILLS, RELIANCE TEXTILES, BIRLA GROUP, RAYMONDS,BOMBAY DEYING AND OTHERS with similar profile to discuss about their products, offers, policies, services and providing suggestion to them..On the basis of feedback through questionnaire and observation method, I fond thatthere is close competition between the companies. As each of them are increasing their products,qualities, looks and providing better services everyday. The entry of the MNCs are also themajor opportunity for the industry and it enlarge the competition of the industry.The Indian textile industry is the one of the biggest industry of India. It is a totalmarket size of $55 billion. It contains at least 4% of GDP, 17% of total industrial production,19% of The domestic market is likely to increase from US$ 34.6 billion to US$ 60 billion by2012. It is expected that India's share of exports to the world would also increase from thecurrent 4 per cent to around 7 per cent during this period.India's textile exports have shot up fromUS$ 19.14 billion in 2006-07 to US$ 22.13 billion in 2007-08, registering a growth of over 15 per cent.My analysis is based on sample results. It was a difficult task to gather the informationfrom respondents by meeting them personally in order to get questionnaire filled. There was a lotof time pressure and sometimes unwillingness of respondents to respond.
PRAVIN KUMAR TRIPATHI.
 
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DECLARATION
I Pravin Tripathi ,student of PGDM of INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT EDUCATION,SAHIBABAD, Ghaziabad, 2008-10 batch, hereby declare that the Project Report titled
EVALUATION AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES OF INDIA’STEXTILE INDUSTRY
” is the outcome of my own work and the same has not beensubmitted by any Institute for the award of any degree or any Professional diploma.Date:----------------------------PRAVIN TRIPATHI

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