India: a Country Presentation

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India: a Country Presentation

A Presentation for the International Management module in KIMEP University.

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November 14, 2012
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  1. India   Aigerim  Aubakirova   Assel  Kulmakhambetova   Stella  Lee

      Brennan  Neoh  
  2. History   •  300BC  –  Ashoka   •  Pre-­‐1800s  –

     Mughals   •  1800s  –  BriEsh  Rule   •  1947  –  Independence  
  3. Mughals  –  Agra  Fort  

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  6. Mughals  –  Taj  Mahal  

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  9. BriEsh  –  Central  Hall  of  the  Parliament  

  10. BriEsh  –  India  Gate  

  11. Independence  –  Chandigarh  

  12. Major  CiEes   New  Delhi   Mumbai   Chennai  

    Bangalore  
  13. New  Delhi  

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  15. Mumbai  

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  17. Bangalore  

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  19. GeSng  Around  –  City   Auto-­‐Rickshaw   Bus   Metro

     (New  Delhi)  
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  21. GeSng  Around  –  Interstate   DomesEc  Flights   Indian  Railway

     (hVp://cleartrip.com)   State  Buses  (hVp://ksrtc.in)   Private  Buses  (hVp://redbus.in)  
  22. Bollywood   Based  in  Mumbai   Hindi   One  of

     many  Indian   film  industries  
  23. VIDEO  

  24. Amitabh   Bachan   (Big  B)  

  25. Shah   Rukh   Khan   (King  Khan)  

  26. Kareena  Kapoor  (Bebo)  

  27. Malaika   Arora   Khan  

  28. Language   HINDI  is  predominantly   used  in  the  North.

      HINDI  is  root  of  most   languages  in  the  North.   Less  HINDI  in  the  South.   –  Karnataka:  Kannada  /   Tulu   –  Tamil  Nadu:  Tamil   –  Andhra  Pradesh:   Telugu   –  Kerala:  Malayalam  
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  30. Simple  Indian  Terms   Namaste  –  hello!  (Kannada)   Pani

     –  water.  (Hindi)   Chai  –  tea.   Neeru  –  water.  (Kannada)   Neelu  –  water.  (Telugu)   Naan  –  bread.  (Hindi)  
  31. Simple  Indian  Lingo   Xerox  –  to  photocopy   Two-­‐wheeler

     –  scooter   Old  Monk  –  a  popular  rum   Maggi  –  instant  noodles   Gold  Flakes   –  popular  South  Indian  cigareVes   Classic   –  popular  North  Indian  cigareVes  
  32. Dress  Code   Differs  across  regions  and   business  sectors

      Men:  suit  and  Ee,  neutral   colors   IT:  more  casual.   ConservaEve,  not  formal   Women:  pant-­‐suit,  long   skirts  (cover  knees).  Not   high  neckline   Salwar-­‐suit  also  acceptable   Indian  costume  on  foreigner   –  friendship  gesture  
  33. Religion’s  influence   •  Unlikely  to  affect  a  person’s  work

      •  Major  religions,  holy  days  and  holidays   •  80%  -­‐  Hinduism  13%  -­‐  Islam  7%  -­‐  other  religions   •  Tolerance  but  wide  differenEaEon   •  Government  Holiday  Calendar   (hVp://india.gov.in/calendar/calendar.htm)   •  Caste  system  
  34. •  priests     Brahmans   •  rulers   • 

    warriors   •  landowners     Kshatriya   •  merchants     Vaishya   •  arEsans   •  agriculturalists     Shudra   •  untouchables     Harijan  (Pariah)  
  35. Being  an   Expatriate  worker   •  AdaptaEon  and  

    Leadership  to  be   successful   •  Developing  employees   and  improving  their  skills   •  Be  ready  to  face:   –  not  enough  commitment   –  unreliability   –  bad  team-­‐play   –  job-­‐hopping  
  36. RecommendaEons  

  37. Business  in  India     •  Time  management  and  

    punctuality  is  a  problem.   •  BureaucraEc  hurdles  and  a   laidback  approach   (paperwork  haven).   •  Emphasis  on  favours,   friendship  and  clanship.  
  38. AdapEng  to  Indian   Culture   •  Wear  a  money

     belt.     •  Dress  up  more  than  usual.   (depending  on  climate)   •  MeeEngs  may  be   postponed  at  last  noEce.  
  39. Business  Ethics   •  Decisions  are  made  by   the

     person  at  the  top,  not   in  a  parEcipatory  way.   •  India  is  at  present  world’s   biggest    emerging   economy  and  so  you  can   expect  the  unexpected.  
  40. Basic  rules   •  Use  local  suppliers  and   paying

     them  the  going  rate   for  their  products   •  Develop  strong   relaEonships  with  any   craispeople,  local  suppliers   and  customers  you  have   •  Be  sure  to  pay  the  correct   salary  for  the  job.  
  41. PopulaEon's  aStude   to  work   •  The  boss  is

     definitely  the  boss  in   India  and  is  expected  to  'play  the   part.   •  Senior  managers  are  not  expected   to  engage  in  work  which  could  be   undertaken  by  somebody  lower   down  the  organisaEon.   •  Managers  are  expected  to  give   direct  and  specific  instrucEons  to   subordinates  -­‐  and  subordinates   are  expected  to  carry  out  the   instrucEons  unquesEoningly.  
  42. Doing  Business  in  India:   Where  is  it  easiest?  

    1.  Ludhiana,  Punjab  (easiest)   2.  Hyderabad,  Andhra  Pradesh   3.  Bhubaneswar,  Orissa   4.  Gurgaon,  Haryana   5.  Ahmedabad,  Gujarat   6.  New  Delhi,  Delhi   7.  Jaipur,  Rajasthan   8.  GuwahaE,  Assam   9.  Ranchi,  Jharkhand   10.  Mumbai,  Maharashtra   11.  Indore,  Madhya  Pradesh   12.  Noida,  UVar  Pradesh   13.  Bengaluru,  Karnataka   14.  Patna,  Bihar   15.  Chennai,  Tamil  Nadu   16.  Kochi,  Kerala   17.  Kolkata,  West  Bengal  
  43. StarEng  Business  in  India:   Where  is  it  easiest?  

    1.  New  Delhi,  Delhi  (easiest)   2.  Patna,  Bihar   3.  Jaipur,  Rajasthan   4.  Hyderabad,  Andhra  Pradesh   5.  Bhubaneswar,  Orissa   6.  Noida,  UVar  Pradesh   7.  Ludhiana,  Punjab   8.  Indore,  Madhya  Pradesh   9.  Gurgaon,  Haryana   10.  Chennai,  Tamil  Nadu   11.  Kolkata,  West  Bengal   12.  Mumbai,  Maharashtra   13.  GuwahaE,  Assam   14.  Ahmedabad,  Gujarat   15.  Ranchi,  Jharkhand   16.  Kochi,  Kerala   17.  Bengaluru,  Kanatarka  
  44. New Delhi •  Known  for  its  flexible  aStude   to

     Eme.   •  Common  for  business   meeEngs  in  New  Delhi  to   start  with  small  talk.   •  Make  sure  you  are  dealing   with  the  right  person   because  your  Indian   counterparts  will  oien  defer   a  decision  if  the  key  decision-­‐ maker  is  not  present.    
  45. Ludhiana,  Punjab   o  Ludhiana  has  made  rich   contribuEon

     in  the  economic   growth  of  the  state.     o  Best  city  to  do  business  based  on   various  parameters:     o  SeSng  up  industrial  and   commercial  acEvity  such  as   permits,  noEficaEons  and   inspecEons.     o  Ludhiana  was  ranked  on  top  for   paying  taxes  and  second  for   resolving  insolvencies.  
  46. Indian  Cuisine  

  47. Indian  cuisine   •  Heavily  influenced  by   religious  and

     cultural   choices   •  Development  led  from   Hindu  and  Jain  beliefs   •  In  parEcular   “vegetarianism”  is   common  dietary  trends   •  Staple  of  Indian  foods   include  pearl  millet,  rice,   whole-­‐wheat  flour,  and   variety  of  lenEls    
  48. Northern   Indian   Cuisine   •  Awadhi   • 

    Bihar   •  Kumauni   •  Kashmir   •  Mughal   •  Punjabi   •  Rajasthan   •  UVar  Pradesh  
  49. Awadhi  Cuisine   Include  both  vegetarian   and  non-­‐vegetarian  dish

      Influenced  by  Mongul   type  cooking  technique  
  50. Mughal  cuisine    

  51. Punjabi  Cuisine    

  52. None
  53. Rajasthan  Cuisine  

  54. Cuisine  of  UVar  Pradesh    

  55. None
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  59. Southern  Indian   Cuisine   •  Andhra  Pradesh   • 

    Karnataka   •  Kerala   •  Tamil  Nadu  
  60. Andhra  Pradesh  

  61. Karnataka    

  62. Kerala  

  63. Tamil  Nadu  

  64. QuesEons?