Opportunities in Technology Collaboration in Advanced Engineering and Manufacturing sector in India webinar
India is looking at increasing the share of engineering and manufacturing in its GDP to 25% from the current 16% over the next 8-10 years. To aid this the new Indian Government has launched the 'Make in India' campaign, which aims to transform India into a global manufacturing export hub. The campaign seeks to increase foreign and domestic investments in manufacturing across 25 sectors, ranging across aviation, defence, automotive, ICT, tourism, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, hospitality, chemicals, healthcare and more.
Of course the UK has a multiplicity of strengths in these sectors and is well placed to engage with the ‘Make in India’ initiative. One of the key areas that the Indian Government is rightly focusing on is technology collaboration. This along with training and upskilling of future and existing work force is absolutely necessary for India to achieve its ambitions. The Newton Fund is already working closely with India. This webinar aims to help UK organisations to understand and access the opportunities that they can explore.
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