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Govt working on multiple fronts to place India as global manufacturing hub: Kant
Kant, while addressing a virtual FICCI event, further said the government is finalising its plans to expand its production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme to more sectors for boosting domestic manufacturing.
A phased manufacturing plan for toys in works as India looks to become export hub
This follows Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mann Ki Baat ad...
India needs to copy China better if it wants to be the next manufacturing powerhouse
To lure manufacturers away from the mainland, though, In...
Consultants likely to scrutinise government tenders and track Make-in-India: DPIIT
Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade said it “intends to onboard an agency for one year for scrutinising tenders of central government procuring agencies for its compliance with the order”.
Ease of investment: One-stop repository of India’s land bank launched
The National GIS-enabled Land Bank system- a database of industrial areas and clusters across states- has information on more than 3,300 industrial parks across 31 states and UTs covering about 4.75 lakh hectare land.
Committed to defence technology transfer under Make in India: French envoy
“The next batch of five Rafale fighters has been handed over to India, they are in France and it is up to the IAF now when to fly them here. IAF has excellent pilots,” French ambassador Emmanuel Lenain told ET in an exclusive interaction close on the heels of the French defence minister’s visit to India.
Israel aligned with PM Modi's 'Aatmanirbhar Bharat', 'Make in India' vision: Israeli envoy
The Ministry of Electronics and Information and Technology (MeitY) has approved 16 eligible applicants under the Production Linked Incentive Scheme (PLI).
Ready to remanufacture? Why it’s time for (re)Make in India
Remanufacturing has proven beneficial in diverse industries, such as automotive, aerospace, electronics and machinery. It is not equally applicable to all products to solve their waste generation challenges, climate impacts, and resource use constraints.
Make in India: Samsung to commence local production of TV sets from December
The company has said the local plant will drastically reduce India’s import dependency in the sector by catering to the majority of the domestic market and limiting imports to extremely high end and low volume products.
Vocal for local: Govt plans to revise definition of Indian app companies
New terms may include cos with local IP rights, most of the staff in India; industry wants foreign funding criteria out
Motherson Sumi looking for global partners to Make in India
The company will offer ease of entry to potential partners as part of its ‘Make with Motherson’ initiative by handling things like compliance, making land available, and hiring local workforce.
Army pushes ahead with plan to equip infantry soldiers with modern weapons
With over 380 infantry and 63 Rashtriya Rifles battalions, the Army requires around 9.5 lakh assault rifles, 4.6 lakh CQB carbines and over 57,000 light machine guns (LMGs).
Solar manufacturing gap between India, china growing, says report
"Long-term viability of the Indian manufacturing sector depends on its capacity to compete with leading Chinese manufacturers on cost of production, scale and technology," the report on solar manufacturing said. It also noted that it would be challenging for Indian manufacturers to bridge the cost disadvantage with the Chinese players.
View: The problems with India's production-linked incentive scheme and how to fix them
It’s difficult to build a manufacturing nucleus around R&D of semiconductors and compete with MNCs overnight, including high-value components like displays, camera modules and memory chips to be part of India’s manufacturing nucleus — as opposed to assembly and packaging, which is quite doable.
Delhi Metro develops indigenous signalling technology under 'Make in India'
On Tuesday, DMRC took a major step towards the development of an indigenously built communication-based train control (CBTC)-based signalling technology for the Metro with the launch of i-ATS (indigenous automatic train supervision), an important sub-system of the signalling system.