Make in India - Major Challenges to Make India as a Manufacturing Hub

Mrs. Rekha Rani


India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies, the tenth largest in the world by nominal GDP and the third largest by purchasing power parity (PPP). India needs to identify the steps being taken to give more financial powers to states, increased investment on infrastructure, emphasis on manufacturing which enables to open the door for investment. This Make in India campaign guides the foreign investors, prompt response, assistance to foreign investors and provide relevant information and proactive approach. This paper covers overview of the Make in India campaign, sectors covered, Initiatives taken by companies, growth cycles, challenges, opportunities and foreign investment in Indian manufacturing. The present study is based on secondary data. The data has been extracted from the various sources like research articles, publications from Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, various bulletins of RBI and authenticated websites. The study found that, Make in India will bring a drastic change in the fields like automobiles, aviation, biotechnology, defense, media, thermal power, oil, gas and manufacturing sectors. Thus, we can conclude that, despite the fact that “Make in India” though came at a right time, its execution remains a big challenge.


Make in India, Growth, Foreign Direct Investment, Opportunities and Challenges.

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