Make in India

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India’s Laptop Import Restrictions: Right Path or Risky Gamble?

The Government of India announced import restrictions on laptops, tablets, all-in-one PCs, ultra-small form factor computers, and servers on August 3, 2023. According to the government's directive, th...

PLI for solar PVs: A new dawn for a sunrise sector?

On 21st September 2022, the Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, approved an INR 19,500 crore PLI scheme  on ‘National programme on High Efficiency Solar PV Modules’ to build an ecos...

R&D
India: The next global R&D hotspot?

From finding cures for critical diseases and using technology to bolster global trade to unearthing solutions for a smart country and transiting to a net zero carbon economy, research and development ...

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Drone PLI: A flight towards self-reliance

Given its strength in innovation, information technology, prudent engineering, and huge domestic demand, India has bright prospects to be a global drone hub by 2030. A combination of the right policie...

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Supply Chain Disruptions: A Revival of ‘Make in India’?

Prof Manoj Pant and Samridhi Bimal argue that for post-COVID realisation of the Make in India vision, greater liberalization of FDI policies needs to be complemented with greater liberalization of tra...

One District One Product
ODOP: The key to unlocking India’s potential of exports?

With the experience of Uttar Pradesh as inspiration, ODOP has shown the promise to emerge as a major catalyst of export growth across districts. This blog examines the successes made by the scheme so ...

PCBA: The missing key to unlock India’s potential as an electronics hub
Printed Circuit Board Assembly: Key to catalyse India’s electronics manufacturing

India needs to strengthen its manufacturing ecosystem for printed circuit board assembly, since it is the heart of every electronics device. Doing so will help facilitate much needed backward integrat...

TPCI- Poultry Sector
Poultry Sector: Count your chicken before they hatch!

To address challenges faced by the poultry sector in international trade, India needs to scale up skill development programmes, improve cost competitiveness by boosting production of animal feed and b...

Sundaravalli Narayanaswami logistics
Make in India needs a unified transportation policy & top-class logistics network

Prof. Sundaravalli Narayanaswami, IIM Ahmedabad, believes that India needs a national standard for smart and intelligent logistics - developed and commissioned through the state. Furthermore, the coun...


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