India Calling - Make in India

The Make in India intiative was launched by the Prime Minister in September 2014 as part of a wider set of nation-building initiatives. Devised to transform India into a global design and manufacturing hub, Make in India was a timely response to a critical situation.

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Why GKSIR

Benefits from established industrial ecosystem of Hosur

Industrial Base

150+

Large and Medium Scale Units

850+

Large and Medium Scale Units

1,200+

Large and Medium Scale Units

Industrial Presence

Automobiles

Motorcycles & Mopeds

Biotech

Textiles

Watches & Jewellery

Electronic & Electrical

Aircraft Components

Precision Engineering

Major Companies

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TN – Industrial Scenario

  • India’s powerhouse and

    Industrial manufacturing hub
  • Benefits from the

    “Tamil Nadu Industrial Policy—2014”
  • Vision Tamil Nadu—2023

    focuses on a strategic plan for infra development to support industrial growth viz.

    $250 Bn planned investment

Key facts

8.4%

2nd largest contributor to India’s GDP

11%

contribution to India’s industrial output

17%

share in total number of factories in India

16%

share in India’s industrial workforce

3rd

in terms of cumulative FDI inflows viz. $16 Bn from 2000 to 2014

28%

contribution to India's renewable energy capacity ~ higher than any other state

48.5%

India's most urbanised state by geography and population

Advantage Tamilnadu

World's Fastest
Growing Economy

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Second largest State Economy in India - In PPP terms, $605.26 Bn - 32nd largest in PPP terms and bigger than Vietnam, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, New Zealand

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GSDP growth rate at constant prices-7.94% GSDP (FY 16-17); 8.03% expected growth, $207.80 Bn (CAGR)- FY 17-18

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Industrial performance | Investment potential* Number of Operational Special Economic Zones | Number of persons employed

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Ranks ninth globally in production of renewable energy (Power surplus state > 15,000 Mega Units)

*Frost and Sullivan report March 2018, ASi 2015-16, IEEFA report 2018

Source: DIPP, Government of tamil Nadu policy note 2018-19, Tamil Nadu Budget note 2018-2019, IBEF, Invest India, IMF, 2017

8.4%

Second largest contributor to India’s GDP

11%

Contribution to India’s industrial output

17%

State’s share in number of factories, higher than any other State

7.7%

Fourth in terms of FDI inflows

28%

Contribution to India’s renewable energy capacity, higher than any other State

18%

Number of India’s technical universities, higher than any other State

10%

Net Value added in factory Sector Industrial Output

48.5%

India’s most urbanized State by geography and population

14%

Contribution of renewables, meeting State’s energy needs

Employment
generation

Percentage
of factories