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Information Communication Technology & Electronics (ICTE)

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Information Communication Technology & Electronics (ICTE)

  1. 1. Information Communication Technology & Electronics (ICTE)
  2. 2. © Confederation of Indian Industry Content  Sectoral Snapshot  The Potential  Advantage India  Major Challenges faced 2
  3. 3. © Confederation of Indian Industry 3 Sectoral Snapshot 2% Contribution to global production (~USD 31 Billion) 2% Sector’s Contribution to GDP 100% FDI allowed under automatic route; sector delicensed barring strategic electronics ~12% Sector’s Contribution to Manufacturing GDP ~3.3% of total FDI captured by ICTE Sector in 2014-15 ~3.3 Million employment generated by sector
  4. 4. © Confederation of Indian Industry 4 Advantage India Reason 1 Large market potential and growing purchasing power; Mobiles leapfrogging PCs. Reason 2 Government initiatives on Digital India, Smart cities, expansion of broadband network, increasing emphasis on online delivery of services and growing market for e-commerce. Reason 3 With rising costs of manufacturing in the neighbouring countries in South East and Far East Asia, large investors are looking for alternate destinations closer to major markets. Reason 4 Large pool of engineering and managerial manpower, strong design and R&D capabilities Potential* The National Policy on Electronics (NPE) 2012 aimed at creating an eco-system for achieving a turnover of ~USD 400 billion by 2020 involving investment of about USD 100 billion and additional employment of around 28 million people, across all segments of the industry. - Average growth last 5 years: 9% (in USD) - Average growth next 5 years: 30% (in USD) *Source : DeitY, Ministry of Communications and IT
  5. 5. © Confederation of Indian Industry 5 Current Growth Drivers Policy and Eco-system  National Policy on Electronics 2012  A Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme (M- SIPS)  Approval of two Semiconductor Wafer Fabrication facilities  Preference to Domestically Manufactured Electronic Products (DMEP) in Government procurement,  Incentives for setting up of Electronic Manufacturing Clusters (EMCs).  To safeguard consumer interest, 30 products have been identified requiring conformity to safety standards.  Policy for setting up of Electronics Development Fund has been notified Industry Evolution and Capabilities • Initial focus on consumer electronics but since expanded as follows:  Communication sector : 31%  Consumer Electronics: 23 %  Components : 15%  IT Hardware : 14%  Instruments, Process Control, Power Electronics etc : 12%  Strategic Electronics : 5% • Industry distributed in almost all States with large concentrations in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, NCR and Tamil Nadu. Market  Estimated at ~ USD 80 Billion in 2015-16; over 60% of the demand is being met through import.  Almost 80% of the demand of components is being met through imports.  Product categories driving the market are - Flat Panel TV, Mobile phones, Notebooks, Desktop Computer systems, LCD Monitors, Inverters/UPS, Power supplies, BTS, Set Top Boxes, LED/CFL lighting.  Electronic Manufacturing Services are being leveraged for catering to the market by domestic as well as by foreign vendors.
  6. 6. © Confederation of Indian Industry 6 Major Challenges faced by sector  High disabilities on account of high cost of finance, power and transportation/logistics which are estimated to be about 10% for 50% value addition  Impact of zero duty regime ushered in on account of India being signatory to Information Technology Agreement (ITA) - 1  Inverted duty structure due to adverse impact of ITA-1/zero duty (ICTE products)  Domestically manufactured products are general not as competitive  Lack of supporting competitive domestic components/supply chains  Domestic demand not consistent with the potential-leading to low volumes of production  Insufficient leveraging of IP creation and development of products customized to domestic market.

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