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• Job creation
• Infrastructure development
• Skill development
• Foreign investment
• Demographic dividend
• High demand
• Stable economy
• Low level infrastructure
• Labour laws
• Red tags
• Lack of modern technologies
• Corporate tax
• Competitions other nations
• Land laws
MAKE IN INDIA - Initiative
• Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Make in India programme on 25
• It focus on job creation in 25 sectors of the economy.
• The initiative hopes to attract capital and technological investment in India.
• The growth in manufacturing sector will be an accelerator for growth and
development of the nation.
• The current datas show that India is growing faster than any other developed
• As a part of the job creation government will take initiative to the skill enhancement
of the people.
• India has a strong culture that values education and knowledge thus we have a large
English speaking smart skilled workforce.
• India have a large number of young blood who are eligible for employment.
• India’s consumer diversity makes it the ideal test bed for all kinds of consumer goods
and we have a strong domestic consumption in every possible consumer segment.
• India is the only country in the world which offers the unique combination of
democracy, demography, and demand from a rising middle class.
• Aims at high quality standards and minimising the impact on the environment in
every industrial activities.
• Multi national companies can build their production units in India with relaxation
• The present situation in the Indian politics and economy is comparatively stable.
• 25 industrial sectors are open for foreign investment.
• India being ranked low on the ‘ease of doing business’ ranking by World Bank
• Increase in costs of production in India due to various government policies,
procedures, regulations and the way some of the laws are implemented.
• With demand in developed nations slowing, there simply may not be enough
customers for Indian-made goods, no matter how cheap.
• Markets for four critical inputs for manufacturing, or indeed any business - land,
labour, power and capital are badly distorted.
• LOW LEVEL INFRASTRUCTURE
• India is growing nation but we doesn’t have a strong infrastructure for
• India will have to face the competition from China and other nations
who promote industrial growth .
• LACK OF MODERN TECHNOLOGIES
• We are lacking to adopt the modern technologies due to capital deficiency.
• LABOUR LAWS
• Rigid labour laws
• Policies does not allow hire and fire labour policy
• We need high quality jobs
• LAND LAWS
• Acquisition costly as well as tedious.
• A land acquisition policy which would make acquisition much easier along with
an attractive compensation package.
• CORPORATE TAX
• Corporate tax in India is 33%, which is comparatively higher than other nations.
• RED TAGS
• The producer or the investor have to go many offices for the sanction of
What do we really want ?
Sustainability - Short, Medium & Long Term
Principle of Co-Existence with Nature
Innovations and Creativity
Gainful Productive Employment
Dignity of Labour & Equality
Self Reliance, Sovereignty & Leadership
Export Surplus Nation
GEORGI MATHEW VARUGHESE AND JACOB ZACHARIAH
ST. THOMAS COLLEGE, KOZHENCHERRTY, PATHNAMTHITTA
Aug. 24, 2021
Jan. 12, 2021
Oct. 14, 2019
it gives an idea about the challanges that have to face India to achieve the lomg term bebfits of Make In India campaign.