India is on the threshold of major reforms and is poised to become the third-largest economy of the world by 2030.

As an investor, it would be a colossal mistake to not have a bird’s eye view of where the Indian manufacturing industry stands, and where it’s headed.

India’s manufacturing sector has evolved through several phases – from the initial industrialisation and the license raj during the British rule to liberalisation and the current phase of global competitiveness since the last few decades.

Manu Rastogi and Karan Patel from the SSIAS team have compiled a comprehensive report on this theme.

Please click here to download the report.

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2 thoughts on “A Report on Indian Manufacturing Industry”

  1. India will keep doing very average in manufacturing until focus on primary and college education increases.The China manufacturing revolution was related to education revolution in 90s.
    Education leads to innovation which leads to manufacturing revolution. British manufacturing revolution was because of innovation of looms. American also innovated lot of new products like internet,fridge,phone etc

    I see india far behind in this race. We need to fix social problems like free good quality education to have a real boom in manufacturing.

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