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As India strives to achieve net zero emissions by 2070, and indeed to support its journey towards becoming the third-largest economy, it is imperative that it prioritises climate change mitigation and drastically reduces its carbon footprint. Due to the abundance of wind and solar resources, India is well placed to explore and invest in greener […]

UKIBC hosted a roundtable discussion for UK and Indian businesses to discuss the role of technology and innovation, including ongoing trends and latest developments, as well as key areas of opportunity for bilateral collaboration. Our keynote speaker for the session was HE Vikram Doraiswami, High Commissioner of India to the UK, joined by Frederic Bertrand, […]

The University Corporate Partnership (UCP) initiative stemmed from two challenges our members and clients have consistently conveyed to us. The first is that universities tell us it is challenging to forge collaborations and partnerships with Indian businesses. Despite being world leading and highly ranked in their specialist subjects, they find it difficult to capture the attention […]

In August 2020, the Department of Military Affairs in the Indian Ministry of Defence published a list of equipment which, in a phased manner, from 2020 onwards, cannot be imported into India. Part of the Government of India’s Atmanirbhar Bharat, or ‘Self-Reliant India’ response to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the embargo’s purpose is to increase local […]

UK India Business Council, with our partners KPMG, have come together to produce this significant report on opportunities in the Indian Aerospace and Defence Industry. India has one of the largest defence industrial complexes in the developing world, yet the country continues to be overwhelmingly dependent on arms and equipment imports. This low level of […]

The UK India Business Council’s formal submission on India’s New Education Policy on behalf of our UK higher education members, grounded in our report, ‘Beyond the Top 200’, published in November 2018. Our submission was made to Minister of State for Human Resource Development (MHRD), Shri Sanjay Shamrao Dhotre, by a delegation of UK higher […]

The Business Case for a UK-India Data Garage Grounded in extensive interactions with Government and business across the UK-India corridor, the UKIBC has prepared this Briefing Note to facilitate consultation on the promising future of the UK-India Tech Partnership. A Data Garage is a ‘’virtual innovation” facility that enables participants seeking to deliver digital innovation […]

The Business Case for India’s Personal Data Protection Bill Grounded in extensive interactions with Government and business across the UK-India corridor, the UK India Business Council has prepared this briefing note to facilitate consultation on the Government of India’s draft Personal Data Protection Bill 2018 and the promising future of the UK-India Tech Partnership. This […]

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

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 […]

Overview The last two years have been eventful for both UK and Indian politics, with both countries’ political, social and economic landscapes changing. May 2016 saw the culmination of two years of Modi Government – a crucial milestone, given the expectations raised and promises made. While in the first year the Indian Administration was brimming with optimism […]

Odisha is situated on the north-eastern part of the Indian peninsula. The state’s economy witnessed high growth rates between 2004-05 and 2014-15, with gross state domestic product (GSDP) expanding at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.5%. With Bhubaneswar (Odisha’s capital) being ranked the highest in the 20 smart cities announced in the First […]

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