The Union Cabinet has approved the National Policy on Electronics (NPE) for the Electronics System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) sector in India. The aim of the policy is to make India a global hub for ESDM by creating an enabling environment for the industry.
As President Donald Trump showed the intention of the United States to withdraw the Generalised System of Preferences, popularly referred to as GSP, from India, IAS EXPRESS takes a look at the programme, its benefits and what it means now that it may be revoked…
The food processing industry in India is a sunrise sector. India’s food ecosystem provides huge opportunities for investment, innovation, employment. The government of India through the ministry of Food Processing Industries is devoted to improving the food ecosystem through various schemes. The Mega Food Park scheme is one such important scheme.
This year, Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu had inaugurated the fifth edition of the Aqua Aquaria India in Hyderabad. The theme for this year’s event is – ‘Taking Blue Revolution to India’s Hinterland’. Blue Revolution is one of the major schemes by the Indian government to promote fishing as an allied activity for the farmers. It is the term used to describe the fast-paced growth of the aquaculture industry in India. Fish is a major source of income for the marginalised section of society. However, its potential is not seen at the ground level. The government must undertake all possible measures to promote the fisheries and aquaculture sectors of the country as it can be an essential tool to help lift the marginalised societies from the shackles of social and economic constraints.