Maharashtra is making waves by its announcement of Rs.4 lakh crore investment road map for a “comprehensive mobility plan for Greater Mumbai” that would overhaul the transportation network in the city and create seamless connectivity between various modes of transport. It’s a great initiative and more such goodies will follow in the years to come. The Make in India Week was aimed at showcasing to the world the achievements of the nation in the manufacturing sector and promote India as a preferred manufacturing destination. It gave the foreign investors and manufacturers insights and opportunities to connect and collaborate with India and global industry leaders, academicians, central and state administrations, the release added. The aim of Make in India is to showcase, connect and collaborate to catch the makers at work. If these campaign goes successful many engineering students studying abroad would come back to India after studies and it could be a big boost for India as well as students too as they get good exposure at home only.
The Make in India campaign is an ambitious programme designed to turn the subcontinent into a global manufacturing hub. The Indian prime minister’s vision is grand: he hopes to create 100 million manufacturing jobs in the next six years, and spur the development of a middle class that will power the Indian economy for years to come. Make in India in Mumbai was well organised with full of informative Seminars and exhibitions of opportunities in whole India. There were foreigners who want to do business in India. Congratulations to Modi and his whole team for making ‘Make in India’ a grand success.
S. Abhishek Ramaswamy
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