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Make in India 2.0 Vision to empower manufacturing industry

The Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan (self-reliant India movement) is the vision of new India envisaged by the Prime Minister. A successful and robust manufacturing industry ecosystem can spell economic success and development in the coming times, says Ashish Dhakan.Read more

Auto‘motivated’ for 2025

There will be significant growth in the automotive industry. But the challenge will be for the entire supply chain to gear and scale up in addition to adopting newer technologies, up-skilling the workforce with proper trade-offs, says K VasudevanRead more

Will manufacturing industry lead the move towards ‘social capitalism’?

Each company, whether small or large, must calculate a ‘Social Capitalism Index’ and an ‘ESG Index’. The debate will be about what will constitute the indices, says R Jayaraman.Read more

India taking strides towards Industry 4.0 revolution

India's manufacturing industry aims to increase its share to 25 per cent of GDP (or $ 1 trillion by 2025) and become a global hub. To achieve this objective, Make in India must be integrated with the principles of Industry 4.0 and make the transition to smart manufacturing, says Ramesh Bhorania.Read more

Adopting a winning strategy for the Indian manufacturing industry

While manufacturing remains a critical force in driving economic growth, the sector has changed radically, bringing new opportunities and challenges to business leaders. The future looks bright. The question is are we ready to embrace the future, ask Abhay Kulkarni and RN Kulkarni.Read more

Digital progress of Indian manufacturing industry

'Make in India’ has encouraged global automotive companies to expand their footprints in the country and localise manufacturing. Read more

Can Indian manufacturing industry achieve $1 tn goal?

The federal government has proposed the ambitious target of $5 trillion for the Indian economy by 2025. Among industries, the goal for the manufacturing sector has been fixed at $1 trillion. But are the targets achievable? Although challenging it’s very much achievable, says Manish Pant.Read more

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