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Date: 2017
Source: McKinsey & Company

Automation of activities can enable businesses to improve performance, by reducing errors and improving quality and speed, and in some cases achieving outcomes that go beyond human capabilities. Automation also contributes to productivity, as it has done historically.

Date: 2017
Source: DST, GOI

Indian electricity sector has witnessed tremendous growth in its energy demand,...

Date: 2017

Time has come for India to leave the average behind and take a leap to go for global leadership in manufacturing. For Indian manufacturing to soar high and to reach at the top nosh level as per the global benchmarks , “ Make in India” (MII) has given enough fillip to convert this into a reality.

Date: 2017
Source: PWC

Humans and machines learn from each other and redefine the breadth and depth of what they do together. Under these circumstances, the human and the machine share the decision rights.

Date: 2017
Source: Govt. of Gujrat

As a part of its “Make in India” programme and to promote defence manufacturing sector, the central government granted 121 defence manufacturing licenses to various private sector companies.

Date: 2015
Source: EBTC

Membrane separation is currently used as support or replacement for traditional water and wastewater treatment technologies such as physical filtration or biological and chemical treatment. It is rapidly gaining acceptance throughout the world as the most effective and economical water treatment method available.

Date: 2016
Source: GOI

Manufacturing is a key contributor to the economic development of any nation; adding jobs as well as increasing self-reliance. The National Manufacturing Policy envisaged manufacturing to contribute 25% to GDP and create 100 million jobs  

Date: 2015
Source: S&P

India has the third largest Army, the fourth largest Air force and the seventh largest Navy in the world. India is among the top 10 countries in the world in terms of military expenditure and world's largest arms importer.

Date: 2015

India’s A&D market is among the most attractive globally and the Indian government is keen to leverage this advantage to promote investments in the sector. India ranks among the top 10 countries in the world in terms of its military expenditure and import of defence equipment  

Date: 2016
Source: FICCI

The Indian manufacturing sector, particularly engineering industry has the potential to lead the...

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