DMPQ- What are the important aspects of national manufacturing policy 2011?

The Policy is based on a principle of industrial growth in partnership with the States.  Central Government will create the enabling policy framework, provide incentives for  infrastructure development on a PPP basis through appropriate financing instruments,  while State Governments will identify the suitable land and be equity holders in the  National Investment and Manufacturing Zones (NIMZs).

Focus Sectors

  • Employment-intensive industries like textiles and garments, leather and footwear, gems and jewellery and food processing industries.
  • Capital goods industries like machine tools, heavy electrical equipment, heavy transport, earthmoving and mining equipment.
  • Industries with strategic significance like aerospace, shipping, IT hardware and electronics, telecommunication equipment, defence equipment and solar energy.
  • Industries where India enjoys a competitive advantage such as automobiles, pharmaceuticals and medical equipments.
  • Small and medium enterprises and public sector enterprises.

Simplification of Regulatory Environments

  • Timelines will be defined for all clearances.
  • Central and State governments to provide exemptions from rules and regulations related to labour, environment etc. subject to the fulfilment of certain conditions.
  • Mechanisms for the cooperation of public or private institutions with government inspection services under the overall control of statutory authorities  to be developed.
  • Process of clearances by centre and state authorities to be progressively web-


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