- India strives to grow electronics manufacturing to over $300 billion in next 3-4 years, PM says
- Investments are growing rapidly in India to increase semiconductor production, PM Modi says
- Prime Minister Modi also said that India has eliminated queues by going online to provide different services.
PM Modi in Gandhinagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched Digital India Bhashini, Digital India Genesis, Chips to Startup (C2S) program during Digital India Week 2022 in Gandhinagar, Gujarat.
The Prime Minister also launched http://IndiaStack.GlobalMyScheme, ‘Meri Pehchaan – National Single Sign-On’ in Gandhinagar.
Speaking at the event, Prime Minister Modi said: “Today, India is working towards the goal of growing electronics manufacturing to over $300 billion over the next three to four India wants to become a chip maker from a chip taker. Investment is increasing rapidly in India to increase semiconductor production.”
“Whether it’s space, cartography, drones, games and animation, many sectors that will expand the future of digital technology, they have been open to innovation. Provisions like IN-SPACe and a new drone policy to be implemented in India in the coming years will give new energy to the technological potential of this decade,” he said.
“The FinTech effort is really a solution by the people, from the people, for the people. of their life, that is to say of the people and this has made transactions easy for the compatriots, that is to say for the people,” the Prime Minister declared.
India has eliminated queues by going online, says PM Modi
Further praising the role of digital technology in changing the lives of people in the country, Prime Minister Modi said India has eliminated queues by going online to provide different services.
If India does not adopt new technologies with the changing times, it will be left behind.
The country experienced this in the Third Industrial Revolution, Modi said while addressing a rally after the inauguration of Digital India Week 2022.
“8 to 10 years ago, we had to queue for everything. We had to queue for birth certificates, to pay bills, for ration, for admission, for exam results, for certificates, in banks. How many lines we were in? India eliminated all lines by going online,” he said.
The central government’s flagship program, Digital India, has relieved the poor of corruption and is working to eliminate middlemen in all spheres, Modi said at the event.
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