IT ministry to form industry-specific groups for new mfg policy

The IT ministry is constituting industry-specific groups in areas such as mobiles, automotive electronics and consumer electronics that will offer inputs for the new electronics manufacturing policy in the works. A senior official of the Ministry of Electronics and IT said to ET that...

Telangana to have policy on electric vehicles

Chandrababu Naidu led Telangana Government has prepared a draft policy on electric vehicles which proposes benefits for manufacturers and to put in place the necessary support system towards embracing the new mode of transport in the state. The policy has three...

Govt to announce package for telecom investors

Aimed at boosting the domestic manufacturing of telecom equipment and smart phones, the Centre is likely to announce a package to investors in the proposed new telecom policy. The policy, which will be rolled out early next year, will emphasis...

Punjab aims Rs 5 lakh crore investments under new industrial policy

Punjab is hopeful of attracting investments worth Rs 5 lakh crore over the next five years as the Congress-led government is in the process of drafting new industrial policy with special focus on services sector. Besides, the new industrial policy...

India to revamp the national manufacturing policy

Government has decided to revamp the "2011 vintage" manufacturing policy to align it with programmes like 'make in India', digital India, skill India and industrial revolution 4.0, meaning high end automation. The move is also aimed at protecting interests of...

New policy on electronics & information sector : Haryana

The Haryana government is formulating a new policy on electronics, information and communication sector with an aim to develop reliable infrastructure and to create an investor friendly environment. The state government has aligned its vision with three focus areas of...

SMEs and startups are still unclear about GST

India is expected to become a US$ 5 trillion economy by 2025 and to achieve this, it needs to strengthen the SMEs as they form the backbone of the nation’s growth. By Baishakhi Dutta The MSME sector, which contributes to 40...

Union Budget 2017-18: What’s on offer for the electronics industry?

The Union Budget 2017-18, presented by the NDA government on 1st February, 2017, has put forth various initiatives to give a boost to the digital economy. The Budget has certainly offered some incentives as well as various tax and...
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Union Budget 2017: What’s on offer for the electronics industry?

Finance minister Arun Jaitley presented the Union Budget 2017-18 in the Lok Sabha today. Here are some of the key proposals introduced in the union budget 2017 that are related to the Indian Electronics Industry Union Budget 2017: Incentivizing 'Make in...

Govt to give Rs 100 billion incentive to electronic manufacturers

The Cabinet on Wednesday amended the Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme (M-SIPS) to boost electronic manufacturing. Under the amended rules, companies that invest in manufacturing would get up to Rs 100 billion as incentives. New investment proposals would be accepted...

Revamping NPE 2012 to achieve the goal of a US$ 400 billion turnover by...

India is one of the fastest growing markets for electronics in the world. There is potential to develop the electronic system design and manufacturing (ESDM) sector to meet India’s domestic demand as well as build capacity to export. The...

The Union Budget 2017-18: ELCINA’s recommendations

The Indian electronics industry awaits the budget of 2017-18 with great anticipation, as it’s not very certain as to how the recent demonetisation by the government will impact it. ELCINA has put forward certain recommendations for the upcoming budget,...

Journey of Andhra Pradesh Towards Industry 4.0

A technology enabled paradigm shift is now happening in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The state is moving towards the next industrial revolution – Industry 4.0. In a recent visit to Andhra Pradesh, Sudeshna Das, senior executive editor, EFY...

The MeitY-BIRAC Industry Innovation Programme on Medical Electronics (IIPME)

The programme’s goal is to fund a portfolio of Indian pilot projects targeting innovations in multi-disciplinary areas comprising electronics, engineering, medical devices, healthcare, software, algorithms and information technology to enable fast paced development in medical electronics By EB Bureau The Industry...

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