Indicating that "Make in India"campaign is all set to put India on growth trajectory, industrialists, academicians, economic analysts have welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision of boosting the manufacturing sector.
In this regard, a session was also organised by the FICCI and PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Chandigarh on Thursday. They were of the view that it would catapult country's growth story by facilitating the inflow of new technology and capital and creating millions of jobs.
Stressing that the administrations should remain open to resolve difficulties, KK Sharma, advisor, UT, Chandigarh, said, "With best of entrepreneurship coupled with best educational institutes, a lot of jobs can be created in the region."
Chairman, FICCI advisory council, north,Rajinder Gupta, welcoming the PM's vision said, "India is not a very expensive country in terms of resources and manpower as compared to other countries, which is the reason efficiency will be the buzz word for the industry."
YS Malik, additional chief secretary, industries, Haryana, said in Haryana, the state government is trying to abolish the need of affidavits.Mentioning that three most expensive resources for a manufacturer were land, finance and power,Malik said, "It is very important to make these available to the industry."