In the last 4 years, India have taken a big lap in the Global Indexing of Development. From the Financial, Marketing, Manufacturing, Tourism, Skill Development and Pharmacy sharing some article.
India is now #40 out of 137 countries on the Global Competitiveness Index. Significantly, a new methodology for the index takes into account future-readiness. This includes adaptability and agility in the context of Industry 4.0.
India has improved its ranking on the technological-readiness pillar of the Global Competitiveness Index by 3 positions. Remarkable performance on the Internet and communications technologies or ICT indicators such as Internet bandwidth per user, mobile phone and broadband subscriptions, and Internet access in schools has helped India reach #107.
India’s ranking on the infrastructure pillar of the Global Competitiveness Index improved by 2 places, to #66. The World Economic Forum measures effective modes of transport as well as extensive telecommunications network and electricity supply for this indicator.
Strides in higher education and training in India have helped the country rise by six points in the ranking for this parameter, to #75. This pillar measures enrolment in secondary educational institutions, the quality of education as well as on-the-job opportunities for upskilling, among other things.
INDIA IN TOP 50:
India is among the top 50 countries globally on five out of 12 pillars measured by the Global Competitiveness Index. The pillars are Institutions (#39), Financial Market Development (#42), Market Size (#3), Business Sophistication (#39) and Innovation (#29).
India emergin as the Global and Domestic manufacturing destination #MakeInIndia
Once an onion trading centre… Now the only non-German town to make Mercedes’ Super-luxe Maybach. Chakan is home to global and domestic auto behemoths, from Force Motors and Volkswagen to Tata Motors and Bosch. In February 2015, General Electric inaugurated its first of its kind multi-modal factory, one of the company’s most advanced facilities in the world.
– Source: The Hindu
TIRUPUR- Tamil Nadu
Home to multiple apparel parks, industrial estates and an exclusive industrial complex for knitwear manufacture, India’s largest exporter of cotton knitwear is set to go XXL with the Government’s INR 6,000 Crore Special Package for textiles. Tirupur’s textile prowess sets a global benchmark, with exports to the likes of Diesel, Reebok and more.
– Source: Times of India
What do diesel engines, kitchen knives and watch parts all have in common? Rajkot makes them all! With over 500 foundry units alone, Rajkot is known world-over for its vibrant MSME ecosystem. Just ask Jyoti CNC, one of India’s leading Computer Numerical Control machine tool manufacturing companies, which has set up shop in the city.
– Source: Deccan Herald, Institute of Indian Foundry
BADDI- Himachal Pradesh
Baddi adds a feather to its cap. Traditionally known for apple production, tourism and hydropower, Himachal Pradesh’s largest industrial township now ranks #3 globally as a pharma manufacturing hub. Did you know? Over 700 pharma manufacturing units have set up shop in the Baddi-Barotiwala-Nalagarh belt.
– Source: Indian Express
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