As various macro-economic indicators ranging from inflation to external sector are showing positive signs,an incipient recovery is round the corner, said the report.
On inflation, it said the expected trajectory for the Consumer Price Index would be benign and the average CPI for FY15 would be no more than 7.5%.
CPI is likely to breach 7% in August, 6.5% in September and 6% in October. Moreover, even though the retail CPI numbers will accelerate after November the average CPI for FY15 will be no more than 7.5%, the report said.
The Index of Industrial Production is also showing an upward trend and may cross 5%, with visible recovery in passenger car sales and strong growth in exports, the report said, adding that there is also an improved sentiment on the consumer spending.
The monsoon rains are also recovering fast and their revival in the grain bowl of Northwest and Central regions of India will help speed up sowing of main summer crops such as rice, corn, soybean and cotton.
With monsoon rains fast recovering, our first quarter GDP growth estimates is now trending at close to the median estimate for FY15 at 5.5% the report said.
The new government's focus on infrastructure, will possibly led to a faster growth in productivity rather than consumption. This will help in a lower and stable inflation regime and better GDP numbers, it added.