Objectives of National Electronics Policy of India
To create an eco-system for a globally competitive ESDM sector in the country to achieve a turnover of about USD 400 Billion by 2020 involving investment of about USD 100 Billion and employment to around 28 Million people at various levels.
Government of India has created a focused policy for attracting investment, providing incentives, identifying land for manufacturing clusters etc. Electronic Industries Association of India took the early initiative to establish first few Green field clusters under National Electronics Policy 2012 in India. Electronic Industries Association of India believes that this policy will give a major boost to the manufacturing of Electronic Products in India. Electronic Industries Association of India is promoting following clusters:
Development Commences at ELCINA Bhiwadi Cluster; First tranche of DeitY Grant Received
ELCINA Raaga Mayuri Electronics Park at Ananthpur, Near Bangalore receives Final Approval under EMC Scheme of DeitY
ADD ELCINA Electronics Cluster near Coimbatore receives Initial Approval under EMC Scheme of DeitY
"Manufacturing in Clusters should make high value added products competitive with Chinese products which have practically rooted out domestic high value added manufacturing which is real source of employment & capitalisation."