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|Vishal Jena said: (Jul 17, 2018)|
|It is not the dream of PM Modi .as after Manmohan Singh, prime minister Narendra Modi helped the country to increase its economic status a pm Modi started many firms like the digital India project, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan etc. And people even start working on that Modi will help our nation to make it a manufacturing hub like China in some next few years but it will take some time as like train when it goes left or right by tilting the handles it take some time exactly like that India is a big country after all so it will take time to become a manufacturing hun instead of that mainly trade in India is through Indian ocean routes chemicals and elements are mainly expired from our country, if people work together in making India a manufacturing hub then our country didn't take much time to compete with other huge economy countries like China, Japan etc. PM modi started many campaign like increasing the production sector in field, India also started developing ayurvedic products more and more to increase and thus export of these things mainly increases the manufacturing of joining Sims helped India in make it manufacturing hub too Modi do SAAARC summit and take help from other countries in helping India providing them modern infrastructure which also give ideas to our Indian architect to manufacture good and durable skyscrapers which automatically results in giving India a name as of a manufacturing hub.|
|Surbhi Sharma said: (Jul 7, 2018)|
|From my perspective, "" PM's vision to make India a Manufacturing Hub is practically possible". About this vision, our PM gave his idea on 27th January 2017. This great idea attracts many other countries and they started investing on India like Oppo, Vivo etc. The main term which makes a way to put this dream into reality is our youth and talent because our nation is rich in natural resources, talent, land, youth etc. India is a country which is situated between three oceans. So for importing materials from one to another is not a big deal for us. But there are lot of hurdles which comes during the execution of this vision.
1) Illiteracy: In our own India if a person knows how to read and write their own name is known as literate person. But in actual reality, we all know it is an illusion. The literacy rate of our nation is only 74. 03%. To convert this illetracy into literacy GOI should remove corruption from government schools.
2) Reservation: It is like a termite which eats youth as well as India continuously. Because of this reservation system, many young talents stay in home and fools get job. And for getting a handsome job with the handsome package they migrate towards abroad. GOI should change this system as soon as possible. Giving reservation for backward classes is good but on the basis of brain power, it is worst. Because of this system unemployment is on the peak.
If we overcome with these two hurdles then this vision becomes reality. And our India becomes developed country instead of developing country. Because we have the manpower and in parallel poverty and unemployment too. So everyone gets ready to do work if they get fewer wages in starting too. And it is impossible that one man can change the whole system. To make changes in positive way we have to put our hand together.
|Shivani Somani said: (Apr 13, 2018)|
|PM's vision to make India a Manufacturing Hub is practically possible if all of us contribute to his vision. Really our PM is doing much for our country but the others officers are not so devoted to our country. No only one man can make the change he needs support from his subordinates.
Compared to past, in present time various foreign co. Have started their business here and making lots of investment. The other countries are very hopeful to our country They taking India as a better place to invest.
Our country is also making progress but if we provide some more focus on our education then we can do much better and make our India a most powerful and skilful country.
|Anita said: (Apr 3, 2018)|
In my opinion, it is possible to convert India into manufacturing hub. As we all can see there is poverty and hardworking people who are ready to work for small amount of money because of unemployment so if any foreign company is interested to invest in India, it can easily get cheap manpower plus ecological factors are favourable in India. If our govt is taking essential steps so it is also beneficial for all. It will help to remove problem of unemployment and help in good growth of economy plus GDP.
|Devi said: (Mar 24, 2018)|
Good evening everyone.
India is still a developing country. There is a lot of poverty. Although we are a self-sustained country in the area of food, there is a lot of unemployment and low GDP, despite the fact that ours is the fastest GDP growing country in the world. The solution for eradicating unemployment and to become one of the developed countries in the world, we have to go for industrialisation in a big way. Dreams can be fulfilled through vision and strategy to accomplish our goal to become a manufacturing hub.
India can certainly be one of the world's most important manufacturing hubs in the world with proper planning and well thought over Industrial policies. It is a matter of fact that various states in the country are vying with each other in attracting FDI for starting various new ventures in their respective states offering various incentives to the corporates/MNCs across the world.
But we have to change of labour laws which are very stringent and shy away from foreign investors.
However, I am very much confident that India will accomplish its dream of becoming a very important manufacturing hub in a very short time.
|Bavita Kumari said: (Mar 2, 2018)|
|Yes, of course "To make India a Manufacturing Hub " is practically possible. First of all, I want to mention, this vision is announced by pm Narendra Modi on 26 Jan 2017. In my point of view, this is possible because we have 1) cheap raw material 2) manpower 3) source of power generating 4) land and not least but last 5) advanced technology. This project will also reduce unemployment which is a big problem for India. To implement it properly only one thing is we have to educate the people. India has very talented people, due to lack of opportunity, most of the talented people want to go foreign. So this will work definitely and it will increase our economic growth.|
|Ritesh Parmar said: (Dec 30, 2017)|
|Yes this dream is practically possible and it is our bright future. This dream reduce unempolyed problem and poverty. We have manpower & talented people & available land at low cost. We also have good environment & regular three seasons & raw material which are required for production. Our country produce large amount of electricity which is needed for manufacturing. Our country India have three side ocean so export of our product is easy. To make this dream possible we have to reduce corruption problem and long term procedure to give permission to foreign investers to start business in our country.|
|Dsr said: (Dec 4, 2017)|
|Every dream, I would say vision is practically possible as every practical thing once upon a time were either dreams or visions only. Be it America, Australia or any developed country once upon a time was just like our India but because of these country great leaders dreams or visions these countries have achieved what our India is still dreaming about.
Another thing these days there is hoard in the making of only engineers and doctors in our country, as a result, we have so many jobless educated youngsters.
Another thing is most of the people in our country can't afford to make their children engineers or doctors and because of that there are also surge in unemployment among blue color jobs.
So Narendra Modi is really doing good by the vision of or dreaming about making India a manufacturing hub, this will surely be helping all type of people to have jobs.
And yes its cent percent practically possible as our country has all resources to become a great manufacturing country in the world.
|D.Saklani said: (Nov 25, 2017)|
|Shri Narendra Modi dreams to make India a manufacturing hub, to attract companies from all over the world to invest and manufacture in India. An overwhelming response from numerous companies like Oppo, Huawei, Fiat etc. Has been received. Approximately 2.5 lakh crore worth of proposals from different companies in electronics sector has been obtained till now. If this is actually achieved, our country will be relieved of many problems like unemployment.
However, there are certain hurdles in the way:.
1) Lack of trained personnel in India to give a shape to the proposals: Most of the talented minds run abroad to earn money or are uninterested to serve the nation.
2) The already prevalent corruption problem would worsen the condition.
3) Other problems like land are secondary issues but they may also pose problems in achieving the above objective.
Overall, I would say that only future will decide whether the above dream turns out to be a reality or not.
|Ankita Kumari said: (Nov 4, 2017)|
|In this thoughts make in India a Manufacturing Hub its not a dream its practical possibility because our Prime Minister work in this vision and visit many more country to make success our vision.|
|Akansha Nigam said: (Oct 5, 2017)|
I also believe that it's a great an innovative thought which came to India by our respected Prime Minister. I believe that it is a first step to make our in[credible India respectable and a developed country. We all talented youth are here to make this dream to make it practical and execute it in such a way other countries will use our product. It would be definitely a proud movement for us. But I believe not only in our words GOI should become a godfather to the thought which Indian youth have; and support them in a very logical way.
First education system : According to Indian Government if a person knows how to read and write is.
A literate person. Which is completely wrong and many govt schools are corrupted and lack of education is a major reason that we are not yet developed.
Secondly, we hardly appreciate common people for their innovative and we only appreciate glamours people like Bollywood celebrity. Just say an example where Toilet movie actor became an ambassador of Swachh Bharat yojana Abhiyann but we didn't think about the person who really played a very important to change his village life. I've respect to all the well-honored people but that doesn't mean we should avoid who played a very important role and contributed to this country.
We only know and respect and follow such shiny people like a celebrity who got their name in movies and sports. We should change our thought towards this too. We only believe that they are just best rather than any other people. Which is false toward a country like India where people are immensely talented.
Thanks Friend and have a happy life.
|Shrutiii said: (Sep 26, 2017)|
|Yes, I do think so because the measures taken by our prime minister are very strategic. "The make in India" project will turn out to be a big success in near future.|
|Sanket said: (Sep 18, 2017)|
|Every Reality comes from a dream! Our Prime Minister had a dream of making India a manufacturing hub and because of this dream India is in the process of becoming a manufacturing hub. This dream had also been realized by many industrialist from our country as well as from foreign countries and the common man have faith in this dream. The most difficult step to bring a change is to initiate the process which has already being done. So I think, making India a manufacturing hub is very much possible.|
|Rishab said: (Aug 8, 2017)|
|Good evening everyone today's topic is "PM's vision to make India a Manufacturing Hub-dream or a practical possibility" and I want to say that PM's initiative has got a shape but it has not been build the building is in the process of making and sooner it would be possible which would create job opportunities reducing unemployment and making India export goods outside India which would raise our money.|
|Deepali said: (Jul 22, 2017)|
|According to me, our PM's vision to make India a manufacturing hub will be practically possible in few years. As we know that to change or upgrade something first and most difficult step is to initiate it which is already done by our prime minister and now that vision seen by him is increasing towards success rapidly. Moreover, he already had started new programs to make people better in skills so that they can work, earn and don't have to be jobless so they are getting better opportunities in the current world. In few years our country will start everything which will be more helpful and we will not at all be dependent on foreign brands for things additionally it will increase employment and will help in country's growth in every aspect.|
|Akash said: (Jul 15, 2017)|
|In my view, PM view to making a manufacturing hub is practically possible. A large part of Indias population is young so we have sufficient man force and India is rich in other resources also. It will give a job to a large number of people and our money will remain within our country. Currently, we are dependent on other nation for the supply of a wide variety of goods and products. Import from other countries increases the cost of products. With self-manufacturing goods will become cheaper and this will help in reducing inflation and economy of our country will improve. Recently, the government has taken an umber of steps for this which includes making in India, mudra bank loan without interest, GST are few to be mentioned and our pm is encouraging other nations o join make in India which will be very beneficial.|
|Dileep Kishab said: (Jul 13, 2017)|
According to me, India will become a manufacturing hub in next few years, his effort is useful. We are capable of skilled people, resources etc, we have enough talents. We will make our own products by ourself, and do not use any foreign brands. I hope within few years, India will become a manufacturing hub. Our PM, Modi Ji has taken a useful measure which will change our society to a moderate city. I believe that India is one of the favourite country loved by all, every citizen of India will prove their talent here. Thank you.
|Manoj said: (Jul 9, 2017)|
|Absolutely, it is a practical possibility, for anything to be successful one should have the courage to take the first step and that first step has been already initiated by our hounrabel PM which will certainly show its outcome in near future all we need is patience as it can be achieved in fraction of time, India will surely became the manufacturing hub in coming years and will compete with the other developed nation.
As, in the past India has skipped the manufacturing sector and directly moved to the service sector in which India is doing so well like IT professionals of India are in huge demand all over the world and India is also becoming IT hub itself which is a good thing for our economy, but manufacturing is also the backbone of our economy if India is able to succeed in making India a manufacturing hub it will create so many jobs and we don't need to import so much from outside if we can make it by our own.
|Uttara Deb said: (Jul 9, 2017)|
|Pm's vision to make India a manufacturing hub. It is a dream but it can be a reality given that the right mixture of talent and technology is deployed. In a country of 1.3 billion people of which 65% are youth, driving India manufacturing sector wise strong is not impossible. Our education system. Employability. Right kind of skill imparting will help to further the dream. Once India starts progress on its own the huge capitalist countries will be attracted like a magnet towards India to invest in our country. They will invest in infrastructure in education in smart cities mission. The day is not far when India will regain its glory. But for all the possibilities Indian govt should baptise Indians with proper education. Then only people will understand the need for hard work rather than corruption. And with large sums of FDI India can afford to implement its Make in India project to make India a manufacturing hub.|
|Prateek said: (Jun 28, 2017)|
|In my view, India will become a manufacturing hub in upcoming 20 years. Till now we are known to be a country of IT professionals in the world. We are nowhere in the field of manufacturing. The present PM identified this and launched some government programmes to increase the manufacturing power of the country. This government launched MAKE IN INDIA program in which products are not only made in India but also important to other countries. Under MAKE IN INDIA scheme, many foreign companies made manufacturing plants in India. Companies of other countries are allowed to do business in India with a condition that they have to buy the products from the local vendors and sellers. So, under the leadership of PM, I see it possible that India can become a Manufacturing hub.|
|Anamika said: (Jun 22, 2017)|
According to me, Yes it is possible to make India a manufacturing hub. Our venerable PM Mr. Narendra Modi is taking various initiatives to make India as a manufacturing hub. Take Make in India campaign for example. Mr. Narendra Modi is visiting country to country to promote Make in India. Recently a train named Medha has been flagged off as an initiative under made in India and India has exported the first warship to Mauritius.
All this shows India can definitely become a manufacturing hub. Thank you.
|Rahul Mahajan said: (Jun 4, 2017)|
PM's vision is a very much practically possible. It is a real good initiative from our honourable PM. In order to change India from being in service sector to Industrial sector, we need to clear all the hurdles which is obstructing India from being one of the super power nations in the world. These hurdles are poor infrastructure, lack of skilled manpower, fluctuating power supply, railways, delayed approval of projects due to conflicts between state and central government, getting env. Clearance, strict labor laws. To achieve these limitations we need to alot of capital investment, skilled manpower and passing of various bills in the parliament.
|Vikas Petwal said: (May 6, 2017)|
|Manufacturing is the backbone of every country, manufacturing is as important as agriculture.
So it's a necessity to make our country manufacturing hub,
India share of the world economy when Britain arrived on its shores was huge, by the time the British left it was way too much down because India had been governed for the benefit of Britain. Indian handicraft was the world famous and we had a vast export frame on that time.
It's been 69 years from the Independence lots of Government changes but nobody thought about the importance of setting up manufacturing units, they waste public money on Importing from other countries.
We import our military weapon from another country whereas we have the capabilities to manufacture weapon in our country. We import our metro coaches from other countries.
I appreciate the initiative taken by Modi ji, we need to utilise our resources carefully and efficiently.
|Mouchumi said: (Apr 29, 2017)|
|Yes, it is a great step taken by Modi. If something like this really happens it will help India to become developed, employment will increase, import of products can me reduce and encourage exports.|
|Neeraj said: (Apr 20, 2017)|
"PM's vision to make India a Manufacturing Hub obviously is a practical possibility. ".
But first of all, I want to share that why PM wants to make India a "Manufacturing Hub"? Actually we all know that our nation is a developing nation and there is need to do more & more work with full of focus with all the resources which we have naturally. Manufacturing in India means generating more & more employment for the people of the nation. Where we have enough row material, land, workers on low cost and all others things which are required. In this populated nation we have skilled population to complete a major task in front of the world where we can see ourselves at the top level. We have good relationships with the other countries which are also manufacturing in our nation and when we will do manufacturing at that scale so it is clear that we can diminish import and increase export level but it is possible when both the government will perform well together. Nowadays, there are many other countries which are exporting to our country like China which is very bad for our country's economy. Manufacturing in India not only will provide employment but also strong back bone of the nation to erect itself before the world.
Conclusion: Manufacturing in the nation is a big hand to develop our country. Because there would be more growth more profit and export instead of import.
|Apoorv said: (Apr 6, 2017)|
|Yes, India is the third largest populated country in the world and with growing population every single day and the second we have to increase the employment for all. If you separate U.P from India then UP will be fifth on the list of most populated country in the world. Rather than just focusing on big issues Modi is also working on small topics which are basic and necessary for all of us.
On this, I like to share something, a man went to step his factory, he went to Punjab had talks with the politicians to provide land so that he can set up an industry. That politician asked for the extra money to set up the factory. The business man left and went to Gujarat, that time Mr. Modi was a chief minister of state so he gave that land at the cost of Rs 1 per square foot for that land but he put the condition that 80% of the labor in the factory will be from Gujarat and 20% is his choice. By this, employment increased at a good level. It is a big dream, he is making efforts to make it a manufacturing hub with the support of our people. Also, India will be a Muslim country in coming years, our government should opt China's policy. It's a major issue.
|Priya Mishra said: (Apr 5, 2017)|
|YES, PM's vision to make in India is practically possible. India is a big country with huge population & having bulks of natural resource and good climate condition. These things are necessary for any country to become the manufacturing hub. But the thing where we should focus is making our population skilled, so they can contribute in PM's make in India campaign. And for this various programmes were also run by the government. I think it's a good initiative and one day we will achieve success.|
|Anjali Kumari said: (Apr 4, 2017)|
|I think that it is right to make India a manufacturing hub, it is possible as we all know our country is incredible, here all type of resources is available, this is right initiative taken by our prime minister, if it will be started in our country then many people get their job, GDP rate will increase, and the main thing is that our country will not be dependent on any other manufacturing country for goods, and many prodigy people who migrate to other countries for more money and proper utilization of their resource will be decrease. I think it is possible to make our country own manufacturing product.|
|Gopalraj Mishra said: (Mar 24, 2017)|
Yes, PM's vision to make India a manufacturing hub is a dream. This creates an employment, our GDP increase, national income increase. Through FDI foreign companies, countries, individuals investors invest in India. This happens due to government initiatives.
|Santosh said: (Mar 10, 2017)|
|Yes, It is practically possible because in India every raw material, Land, Workers etc are available in low-cost comparison to other countries. India is the largest market in the world, so here every company or organisation wants to establish or invest in India.|
|Ruchika said: (Feb 28, 2017)|
|IMPOSSIBILITY doesn't exist I mean to say this vision not only a single man it will dream for all Indian that could be a manufacturing hub.
AS A P J ABDUL kalam sir says dreams is not you sleep dream is something that does not let you sleep.
These views are our that we could be enrolled this to our dream.
This could be practical possible but initial there are lots of problems to face or to achieve this.
|Subha said: (Feb 26, 2017)|
|Yes, the time comes to India become a manufacturing hub.
The main source to this is, modi and his plan "make in india". Till now we are depending more than 70% in the imports but the time comes, we need to develop our products and we should reach the position to export more number of goods.
Due to the imports, we have to put more money to bought any product, but if we make the electronic gadgets or military objects by our own then the cost price will decrease.
Government also giving a great support to this "make in India" scheme, and it is ready to support more number of companies which are making the goods.
So the present situation India is so good for make in India, and it is very important to the development of India.
|Saurav said: (Feb 26, 2017)|
|If we can become a IT nation then why can't a manufacturing hub nation?
India has a high level of skilled worker, has a natural resource, we have capital to invest. The only thing require is to invest in the domestic market, so that more and more revenue will generate. We have a good climatic condition.
In brief, we have all kind of things necessary for a nation to set up a manufacturing hub.
Thank you for your kind attention!
|Muthupandi said: (Feb 22, 2017)|
|Yes, it is possible because India is second populated country. India has strong demographic dividend. Low wages, cheap manpower, certainty in political, better infrastructure facility from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. Available resources, security, talented people India has all capacity to become a manufacturing hub through make in India.|
|Rishikesh said: (Feb 21, 2017)|
|His vision is definitely farsighted. It is practically possible and we have already started delivery on this. Initially, Make in Indian program was advertise in the entire world. Our honorable Prime Minister went to each country and invited them for this initiative. And to propagate this, he also implemented some new FDI policies and GST as well which can attract investors.Fortunately, many deals like bullet train, submarines, fighting jets took place after this initiative of Make In India. Infact the deals are still ongoing. Hence, it can be concluded that the vision to make India a Manufacturing Hub, will definitely be true in the near future.|
|Akash Nigam said: (Feb 20, 2017)|
I am Akash and firstly this whole idea seen as dream but know his strong effort making that dream practical possibility. He went so many country too make relation good with them. So as of now many country are ready to invest in India. According law "Make in India" that pass by our PM every company who is doing business with India they have too start their production from India which gives us employment and knowledge that how things work in business, so it can be a huge help to entrepreneur with execution plan and ideas. So yes molding big company like apple, vmware, samsung etc to open their research center in India which gives us right idea that we are changing dream into reality.
|Abhishek Gupta said: (Feb 7, 2017)|
Good morning everyone.
I want to share my thoughts on this topic PM's vision to make India a manufacturing hub -yes it is practically possible because due to the initiative of our PM Modi Ji make in India and digital India. With this campaign, all the big brands and the big companies like apple nd Samsung are ready to manufacture there product in India. According to the government initiative, digital nd make in India government will decide to give lands to the big manufacturer company like apple and Samsung to be settled in India at a very cost prize land due to this company will set in India. Due to this many, more employment will be given to the Indians and this will helps to developed the nation.
|Roshan said: (Jan 27, 2017)|
|The reality is that we had taken the first step in becoming one of the powerhouses in manufacturing hub.
To all those who don't know anything about Indian military expenses. We use to spend more money on imports. We were the biggest importers of military related stuff.
Now we are trying to stand up on our own feet's. There are many examples but I will like to say ARJUN MARK TANK was biggest success and others to follow.
We recently exported metro coaches to Australia.
And many to follow!
Yes, we are developing country we need time.
We have to except that we are going on right direction just we need is patience, courage, determination and hard work.
We can overtake china in coming year at both economic and manufacturing hub.
|Niza said: (Jan 24, 2017)|
|It can be a reality if everyone gives their hundred percent keeping their self-interest a bit aside. India has enormous resources, it has the most intelligent brains, large number of labourers available at cheaper rates. The only hurdle lying in India becoming a manufacturing giant is that we do not efficiently utilise resources and we lack discipline.
Maximum Indian, not all are never on time. Once they have been told to present at a given time, they will definitely come 15-20 minutes later. Without following a proper schedule we can never achieve success. One main important point us that we Indians lack interest. We don't want to do something new, follow some new ways to approach any problem what we want is that to do only things which have already been done in past.
No country can achieve progress without taking risks. We need to take initiatives and wait for some time for the outcome, once we get success, it will form new ways for us.
Thus PM's vision to make India as a manufacturing hub is definitely possible, once everyone starts contributing their share whole heartedly.
|Manoj Kumar Singh said: (Jan 13, 2017)|
|No, I don't see any merit in making India a manufacturing hub. I have logics. Firstly, manufacturing requires good infrastructure such as good highways, uninterrupted power supply and efficient railways. India lacks all these. Secondly, delayed approval of projects,
Hurdles in land acquisition and getting environmental clearance pose threats to India in becoming a manufacturing hub. Thirdly, India still lacks skilled manpower. Lastly, poor social infrastructure and strict labour laws don't pave the way for India being a manufacturing hub.
|Digbijoy said: (Jan 13, 2017)|
|Our PM when he got elected for PM he announced that He will Make an India A Manufacturing HUB ie Make in India, And Today I saw Defence sector opening up and many companies are opening up their factories in India. Today I am very happy to see there is a competition in States to woo industry.
But TO welcome Industries we have to change laws and land laws still its pending in parliament and give tax incentives and made single window system and many changes.
I hope GOI will able to change from Service sector to Industry sector.
|Aman said: (Jan 7, 2017)|
|I believe India's public is highly price sensitive and that's why Indian manufacturer has to face a tough time from Chinese manufacturer because they provide similar types of products at cheaper rates. Making India a manufacturing hub might be difficult task because it requires huge investment with future growth options in that sector.|
|Sameer said: (Jan 5, 2017)|
|Hi, this is Sameer,
According to me, making India a manufacturing hub would require a huge capital investment and we know that citizens of India are not good taxpayers, it has been estimated ministry of financial department that only 21% of people pays their respective taxes at right time. If thus happens so then how would Indian government get the capital to invest to make its manufacturing hub?
|P.N Dave said: (Jan 4, 2017)|
|Yes. The dream of our PM is in right direction. In manufacturing sector. It require raw material at local level. It requires manpower at considerable cost and easily available. It requires transport facility available or to be made available. It requires govt's support as far as the tax and other implementation of law be not rigid. When The head of the ministry favour the manufacturer sector to make it hub. When all parameters are at satisfactory level. Then why it is not possible to be manufacturing hub at least in ASEA. It is fully practically possible.|
|Yashwanth said: (Dec 30, 2016)|
|I too support the view Said by Dheeru. It is practically possible only when full support from both central and state government like ease of registration and financing. Several foreign companies looking now India as their manufacturing house. I conclude it's possible practically in long term.|
|Dheeru said: (Dec 28, 2016)|
|Yes, I think it is practically possible because it will make in India many companies come in India and install a plant like Xiomi, Lenovo, etc.|
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