Growth of Manufacturing Sector in India since Independence

  • Prachi Dubey
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  • Prachi Dubey

    Student at Maharashtra National Law University, India

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During 1990s Economic liberalization opened the nation up to foreign competition. The manufacturing sector opened up, attracting more international investment and advancing technology. With digital transformation being a crucial component of obtaining an advantage in this fiercely competitive sector, technology has presently fostered creative thinking. It is anticipated that increased automation and process-oriented manufacturing will boost efficiency as well as productivity in the nation's manufacturing industry. The manufacturing industry employs about 27.3 million people and contributes 17% of the country's GDP to the Indian economy. The Indian government aims to increase the share of manufacturing in the country's GDP to 25% by 2025 through the implementation of several policies and programs.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 1641 - 1652


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