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To achieve its social and economic ambitions, India needs engineers, data scientists, teachers, healthcare professionals, urban planners, architects, managers, social workers, pharmacists, environmental scientists and a whole range of other professionals on an unprecedented scale. It is clear India needs a Higher Education system that provides sufficient high-quality graduates across all sectors. The government of […]

Find out everything you need to know about the Indian Food and Drink sector in the UKIBC’s latest report, from market entry barriers to the regulatory landscape. For further questions, do not hesitate to email Mita Chopra, Engagement Manager for Food and Drink at

India’s health sector is estimated to be worth US$160 billion annually, and private firms play a crucial role in delivering services. The pharmaceutical and medical device segments together make up more than one-fifth of revenues. Though India has made substantial progress on some health indicators over the last few years, several challenges remain. One is […]

KEY ISSUES DISCUSSED ENHANCING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS OF INDIAN GRADUATES The lack of employability of Indian graduates was highlighted to be a major problem – most Indian graduates are found to be ill-equipped for the job market, and require significant retraining. The University Grant Commission’s (UGC) recent mandate instructing domestic Higher Education Institutions (HEI) to ensure […]

Innovation is fundamental in driving sustainable growth and ensuring prosperity. Now more than ever, ground-breaking advances in radical technologies and consequent applications open new opportunities for transforming a country’s economy and the everyday lives of its people. This is true for both a ‘developed’ economy such as the UK and a ‘developing super-power’ such as […]

The UK and India are at an exciting phase in their economic relationship. Bilateral economic ties are vibrant and wide-ranging, and, commercially, there is untapped potential between the two economies. At this time of global economic uncertainty and change, there are opportunities to nurture, grow and sustain two-way flows of trade and investment. India is […]

The United Kingdom and India have deep-rooted economic ties. There is an existing robust bilateral investment relationship that is only going to improve in the coming years. A fast-growing economy, important structural reforms such as GST, improvements in the Ease of Doing Business (EODB) in India, and programmes such as “Digital India” and “Make in […]

Indian Higher Education is on the verge of a major transformation as it modernises to meet unprecedented levels of demand, mounting pressure from rapid economic, demographic, and technological changes, and the associated evolving needs of industry. India’s present challenge and opportunity is to create a higher education system that allows its young population to achieve […]

The unprecedented 30-place jump made by India in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business (EODB) rankings, from 130 to 100, is an encouraging step in the right direction for businesses in India. This, combined with Moody’s raising of its global rating for India to Baa2, announced only days later, is compelling evidence of positive changes taking place within […]

This report on ‘Maternity Benefits and Facilitating Return to Work: The IT – BPM Industry’s Experience’ is the result of the collaboration between NASSCOM and Trilegal, and it showcases some of the best practices in maternity policies adopted by the IT-BPM Industry. It is the latest among the various reports that NASSCOM has published around […]

In partnership with PwC and the UK India Business Council (UKIBC), the CBI is delighted to introduce the second edition of ‘Sterling assets India’ – a study on the impact of the UK’s foreign direct investment in India.

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