The Bank forecasted India to grow at  7.6 per cent in 2019-20.
Reserve Bank of India had projected the country to grow at 7.4 per cent in 2017 fiscal. The Indian economy grew 6.6 per cent in the last fiscal.
ADB said the growth will pick up as the new tax regime improves productivity and as banking reform and corporate deleveraging take hold to reverse a downtrend in investment.
"In sum, growth is forecast to pick up to 7.3 per cent in FY2018 on improved rural consumption, a modest uptick in private investment, and less drag from net exports. Urban consumption growth will remain stable, and impetus from public investment modest," ADB said.
In December, the ADB had made a similar prediction asserting that South Asia will remain the fastest growing region in Asia Pacific with India projected to grow at 7.3 per cent.
"Also set to catalyse growth are benefits from the GST as it mitigates geographic fragmentation and adds revenue to the exchequer, as well as further progress on fiscal consolidation and reform to promote FDI," the Bank added.
ADB had said India's growth would be at a lower rate of 6.7 per cent in 2017 from the previous estimate of 7.0 per cent, however, as far as China was concerned the bank had said it would grow at 6.8 per cent  but in 2018 the country could see a dip with the economy growing at 6.4 per cent.
The Bank forecasted India to grow at 7.6 per cent in 2019-20.