Feb 14, 2017

Venue :- Kalinga- 1, Hotel Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru

Time :- 10.00AM - 11.40AM

Government of Karnataka in association with Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), Government of India, and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is organizing Make in India Conference on 13th& 14th February 2017 at Hotel Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru.

The Make In India programme converges multiple instruments to re-energize the sector and also covers infrastructure and services sectors that can create employment and add to the manufacturing effort.

Karnataka is one of the most progressive and industrious states in India. Being a globally renowned knowledge hub it houses the largest number of R&D Centers, technical & medical institutions and highest number of Startups in Asia. It's salubrious climate, cosmopolitan culture, investor friendly ecosystem and highly responsive administration makes Karnataka one of the most preferred investment destinations globally.

The State had successfully conducted "Invest Karnataka 2016: Global Investors Meet" during February, 2016 with all your support. The State has been meticulously working towards attracting investments in manufacturing sector with unique friendly policies, schemes and single window clearance for investments. The State Government has been extremely proactive in improving the "Ease of Doing Business" climate in the State by introducing numerous initiatives.

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Devendra Verma, chief executive and founder of Hindustan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp., is excited that his company’s ambition of becoming one of the first companies to set up a semiconductor plant in India is finally taking shape—almost seven years after he first conceived it

He has already signed agreements with infrastructure companies Larsen and Toubro Ltd (L&T) and Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Ltd (IL&FS) that will help him construct the so-called wafer fab ground-up and complete the first phase by 2016. In a telephone interview from the US, Verma explained why a semiconductor plant is critical to India’s electronics sector.

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