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MAKE IN INDIA

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Created by Aditi Shrivastava, Aditya Malviya, Aditya Rana, Akshat Saxena . Students of UIT RGPV CSE - A 2014 Group 2.

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MAKE IN INDIA

  1. 1. PRESENTED BY- Aditi Shrivastava Aditya Malviya Aditya Rana Akshat Saxena CSE-”A” Batch-I -2014 PRESENTATION UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
  2. 2. • Coined by PM Shri Narendra Ji Modi • Announced On 15th August 2014 • Owned By Government Of India • Launched on 25 sept 2014 • Decided on Global Summit
  3. 3. OBJECTIVES : DESIGNED TO FACILITATE INVESTMEN T. FOSTER INNOVATION . ENHANCE SKILL DEVELOPM ENT. PROTECT INTELLECTU AL PROPERTY. AND BUILD BEST-IN- CLASS MANUFACT URING INFRASTRU CTURE
  4. 4. SECTORS INCLUDED Automobiles Aviation Biotechnology Defence Manufacturing Electronic Systems IT and BPM Pharmaceuticals
  5. 5. AUTOMOBLIES 4 large auto manufacturing hubs across the country. India’s car market has the potential to grow to 6+ Millions units annually by 2020. 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the auto sector, subject to all the applicable regulations and laws. For small cars, motorcycles, scooters – the duty has been reduced from 12% to 8%. Suzuki (Japan),Nissan (Japan),Piaggio (Italy),Volkswagen (Germany),Renault (France),Hyundai (South Korea),General Motors (USA),BMW (Germany),Ford (USA),Toyota (Japan)
  6. 6. DEFENCE MANUFACTURING 3rd largest armed forces in the world. 60% of requirements met by imports. Promoting self-reliance, technology upgradation and achieving economies of scale. Preference to ‘Buy (Indian)’ and ‘Buy and Make (Indian)’ over ‘Buy (Global)’. Provision of INR 2,290 Billion for defence services. Foreign Investors BAE India Systems (UK),Pilatus (Switzerland) ,Lockheed Martin (USA),Boein g India (USA),Rayth eon (USA),MBDA (France).IAI (Israel),Rafae l (Israel)
  7. 7. RENEWABLE ENERGY India is the fourth largest importer of oil and the sixth largest importer of petroleum products and LNG globally. Nearly 3/4th of Indias energy is produced through thermal power. Wind energy accounts for nearly 70% (21.1 GW) of installed capacity, thereby making India the world’s fifth largest wind energy producer. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) up to 100% is permitted under The Electricity Act, 2003. Financial support – Suzlon,Enercon, Vestas,RRB,NE G,Applied Materials (USA)
  8. 8. POLICIES INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY FACTS NEW INITIATIVE S FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT NATIONAL MANUFAC T-URING
  9. 9. NEW INITIATIVES The Make in India program includes major new initiatives designed to facilitate investment, foster innovation, protect intellectual property, build best-in- class manufacturing infrastructure.
  10. 10. creation a conducive environment for the protection of intellectual property rights Upgrading infrastructure, building capacity and using state-of-the-art technology in the functioning of intellectual property offices in the country.
  11. 11. India has already marked its presence as one of the fastest growing economies of the world. It has been ranked among the top 3 attractive destinations for inbound investments. Since 1991, the regulatory environment in terms of foreign investment has been consistently eased to make it investor-friendly.
  12. 12. NATIONAL MANUFACTURING The policy is the first of its kind for the manufacturing sector as it addresses areas of regulation, infrastructure, skill development, technology, availability of finance, exit mechanism and other pertinent factors related to the growth of the sector. An increase in the share of manufacturing in the country’s Gross Domestic Product from 16% to 25% by 2022. To create 100 million additional jobs by 2022 in manufacturing sector.
  13. 13. HURDLES TO OUR ECONOMIC GROWTH Poor education Slow growth rate Strict government polices High land cost
  14. 14. Improve the programme delivery Extending urban faclities in rular areas Improving education standards Allow foreign investment Support tourism HOW TO OVERCOME FROM PROBLEMS?
  15. 15. 10th largest GDP 8.9% growth rate Services are main source of economic growth Pioneer in information technology Export services and merchandize INDIAN ECONOMY

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