As it is estimated that India has potential to create the USD 400 billion domestic electronicsindustry within the country while now it it has importing from other countries.
sincewe know that the innovation in servicemodels is not enough. We required some investment , innovate, improvise, andmost of all, create IP within the country, to gain a bigger and more profitableslice of the global market.since indian has best IT and software service in theworld.
Indian innovators must leverage the large market for Made-in-Indiasolutions in several emerging economies. The electronics industry is inherentlyglobal, and India can no longer work in an isolated environment. Globalcollaboration and co-creation hold the key to building world-class productsthat meet international standards. The semiconductor industry serves as adriver, enabler and indicator of technological progress. Developments in theindustry determine the way we work, transport ourselves, communicate, entertainourselves and respond to our environment. Conventional wisdom holds thatcompanies in emerging markets face daunting obstacles when trying to expandinternationally.
The initial thinking that the IT &electronics manufacturing activities, involving high technologies would beclean and free from pollution problems, is no more valid today. As theelectronics industry rapidly expanded it became evident that the diversity ofthe industry and its products could cause considerable environmental damage ifnot properly managed. The major impacts include pollution from manufacturing,waste disposal and use of toxic materials and chemicals that can cause damageto water, soil and air eventually polluting our Oceans and our Planet. In orderto ameliorate the environmental impact from the hazardous processes andproducts, the IT & electronics sector has to adopt increased environmentalsafety standards.