DPIIT collaborates with 24 key sub-sectors for robust growth

The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) is actively collaborating with 24 sub-sectors, including furniture, aluminum, agrochemicals, and textiles, to propel domestic manufacturing, enhance exports, and curtail imports, as per an official statement.

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry announced on Tuesday that ‘Make in India’ has achieved “significant” milestones and is now concentrating on 27 sectors as part of ‘Make in India 2.0.’
DPIIT is overseeing action plans for 15 manufacturing sectors, while the Department of Commerce is managing 12 service sectors. The ministry highlighted that the selection of these 24 sub-sectors considers the strengths and competitive advantages of Indian industries, the necessity for import substitution, the potential for export, and increased employability.

Notable sub-sectors encompass furniture, air-conditioners, leather and footwear, ready-to-eat items, fisheries, agri-produce, auto components, aluminum, electronics, agrochemicals, steel, textiles, EV components, integrated circuits, ethanol, ceramics, set-top boxes, robotics, televisions, closed-circuit cameras, toys, drones, medical devices, sporting goods, and gym equipment.

The ministry emphasized ongoing efforts to foster comprehensive and coordinated growth within these sub-sectors. Additionally, it outlined investment outreach initiatives through ministries, state governments, and Indian missions abroad, with Invest India playing a pivotal role in identifying potential investors, providing support, and facilitating investments.

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