A Study of Various Aspects and Impact of Service Sector on Indian Economy
The service sector plays an important role in Indian economy. It has covering 59 percent of shares in total GDP of
India. The pattern of the sartorial share of employment has changed over the last two decades with the share of agriculture falling and of industry and services rising steadily. Services share in employment at 28.5 per cent in 2011-12 is higher than in industry at 24.4 percent.
This paper provides an overview about the impact of rupee depreciation on service sector in India. This paper covers the information during the period of 2008-09 to 2012-13 and evaluating the performance of service sector in term GDP, Export and FDI.
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