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SMEs constitute the backbone of manufacturing industry and the quality of their products impacts overall economic development and confidence of buyers. Government of India with its initiative 'Make-in-India' is infusing vigor into this sector to ensure progression in technology and manufacturing processes.


So much has changed in the course of the last twelve months in the country. Most of all, there is an air of confidence, a ‘can-do’ spirit with a belief that India emergence as a global power is imminent. Where we are starting this phase of an exciting journey from is challenging. Manufacturing is a perfect example.


  Collaborative Learning and Building the India of inclusive prosperity is possible.We invite you to begin right where your action is! ‘Digital India’ aims to leverage cyberspace and mobile connectivity with Information Technologies ‘Make in India’ aims to leverage shop floor brilliance and machine connectivity with Operations Technologies


The buzz in the developed world is the Internet of Things. This cannot come about without mastering Industrial Automation concepts and technologies that have to work in shop floor environments. Huge opportunities will open up for Indian engineers to participate in this process.