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Table of Contents
                            3.1	Status of Telecom Sector
3.1.2	New Telecom Policy 1999
3.1.3	National Long Distance
3.1.4	International Long Distance
3.1.6	Unified Access Services
3.1.7	Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
3.1.8	Interconnection Usage Charges
3.1.9	Broadband Policy 2004
3.1.10		Tariff Changes
3.1.11		Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
3.1.12		Investment Opportunities and Incentives
3.1.13		Network Expansion
	
3.1.14		Trend in Tele-density
3.1.15		Rural Telephony
3.1.16		Opportunities
3.1.17		Research & Development
	India has proven its dominance as a technology solution provider. Efforts are being continuously made to develop affordable technology for masses, as also comprehensive security infrastructure for telecom network. Research is on for the preparation of tested infrastructure for enabling interoperability in Next Generation Network. It is expected that the telecom equipment R & D shall be doubled by 2010 from present level of 15%. Modern technologies inductions are being promoted. Pilot projects on the existing and emerging technologies have been undertaken including WiMax, 3G etc. Emphasis is being given to technologies having potential to improve rural connectivity. 3G and Broadband Wireless Access(BWA) policies has since been issued. Also to beef up R&D infrastructure in the telecom sector and bridge the digital divide, cellular operators, top academic institutes and the Government of India together set up the Telecom Centres of Excellence (COEs). The main objectives of the COEs are as follows:
3.2	Targets Set By The Government
3.3    Indian Telecommunications at a glance
13.10World telecoms and IT outlook
3G
Bharat Nirman
CMTS (Cellular Mobile Telephone Service)
Dark Fiber
FDI  (Foreign Direct Investment )
ILD (International Long Distance)
Access to the outside of the country by a service provider.
IPTV
ISP (Internet Service Providers)
ISUP
ITES
NII (National Information Infrastructure)
PCO
R&D
SEZ
VPT(Village Public Telephone)
WiMax
Demography

National Income
Agriculture

External debt


Poverty
                        
Document Text Contents
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Descriptive qualitative approach towards the financing needs of Indian telecom sector and different innovative ways to finance its
growth with a case study of B.S.N.L., a telecom service provider of India

University Centre Address

InfoTech, University Study Centre (Sikkim Manipal University), 3/7, Central Park, City Centre,
Durgapur-713216, West Bengal.

Centre Code

0249

Title of the project report

“Descriptive qualitative approach towards the financing needs of Indian telecom sector and
different innovative ways to finance its growth with a case study of B.S.N.L., a telecom service

provider of India.”

By- Neeraj Kumar Singh (Roll No-520751161)

A project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of
Business Administration of Sikkim Manipal University, India.

Sikkim-Manipal university of Health, Medical and technological sciences,
Distance education wing,

Syndicate house,
Manipal-576104.

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Descriptive qualitative approach towards the financing needs of Indian telecom sector and different innovative ways to finance its
growth with a case study of B.S.N.L., a telecom service provider of India

Project Synopsis

Title

“Descriptive qualitative approach towards the financing needs of Indian telecom sector and
different innovative ways to finance its growth with a case study of B.S.N.L., a telecom service
provider in India.”

Objectives

The objective of the project can be summarized as follows-

1) The first objective is to access the Indian telecom sector, its current status & structure, its
appellate authority, its telecom policies, service offerings, investment opportunities & incentives,
research & development works, growth potential, government vision and mission etc.

2) The second objective is to find out the socio-economic impact of telecommunication investment
in developing countries like India, the effect of information and communication technologies, the
digital divide in developing and developed nations.

3) The third objective is to find out different financing strategies and financial ways to finance a
telecom projects in India, and to access the different financial risks associated with.

4) The fourth objective is to establish the relation between the telecom investment and its effect on
the growth in global perspective.

5) The fifth objective is to take the case of B.S.N.L. ( A govt. of India enterprise), a telecom service
provider, to access its current business structure, service offerings, current growth in terms of
revenue and profits, service expansions, its asset structure, social commitment.

6) The sixth objective is to find out the telecom trends in global perspective, high growth drivers,
business patterns, cost efficient operation, and how to expand in low ARPU Rural markets.

7) The seventh objective is to see the picture of public-private partnership contribution in telecom
growth in India, their investment pattern and their differential contribution to the telecom growth.

8) The eighth objective is to look into the telecom investment opportunities and potential in Indian
telecom sector and the public private investment avenues and nodal agencies.

9) At last, to bring out the conclusion for financing needs of telecom sectors, their socio-economic
effects, find out the viable technological options to grow in rural telephony, proving the purpose
of people’s growth, analyzing the global telecom growth and public private contributions,
observing the chunk of investment required to revolutionize the growth, in developing nations
like India.

Methodology

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Descriptive qualitative approach towards the financing needs of Indian telecom sector and different innovative ways to finance its
growth with a case study of B.S.N.L., a telecom service provider of India

This is to certify that the project entitled “Descriptive qualitative approach towards the financing
needs of Indian telecom sector and different innovative ways to finance its growth with a case study
of B.S.N.L., a telecom service provider of India.” submitted in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of ‘Masters of Business Administration’ of Sikkim-Manipal University
of Health, Medical and technological sciences by Mr. Neeraj Kumar Singh, has been worked
under my supervision and guidance and that no part of this report has been submitted for the
award of any other degree, diploma, fellowship or other similar titles or prizes and that the work
has not been published in any journal or Magazine.

Reg.No.:520751161 Certified

(Srikanta Ghosh)
M.B.A.( Finance & Marketing )

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By- Neeraj Kumar Singh (Roll No- 520751161)

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