“We believe that selling a battery actually amounts to selling a service and not...

Being a company that believes more in quality than in price, B.B. Battery Co. Ltd has been selling its products in India for over a decade. It has recently started its India operations as B&B Battery (India) Co. Pvt...
news June'15

‘Focus where it counts’: Measurement insight for India’s aerospace and defence electronics segment

The strategic electronics sector accounts for 6-7 per cent of the overall Indian electronics market. And it is anticipated to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 20-30 per cent.  A recent symposium organised by Keysight Technologies focused...
security cameras

Here’s what the Indian security industry is eyeing

February 16, 2015: Even though the security industry is optimistic about the Narendra Modi government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, there are certain challenges to be overcome. The industry is keen that the government initiates changes in excise duty, incentives...

GST and policy implementation are urgently required to strengthen the ESDM industry

February 10, 2015: Since the factors that have held back the ESDM sector in India have been pinpointed and new policies have been formulated to address the problems, the current need is to speedily implement these policies on the...

Foreign investor for semiconductor fab unit will be announced soon

Wednesday, 07 August 2013: The government will very soon announce the foreign investor for the construction of the country’s first semiconductor wafer fabrication unit. The government had earlier floated expressions of interest which was meant for investors and technology...

DeitY grants interim extension under CRS

Wednesday, 07 August 2013: DeitY has announced over 332 extension orders out of the 471 applications received for it to grant an extension under its compulsory registration scheme (CRS). The remaining applications are in the advanced stages of scrutiny. BIS had...

Timeline fixed for technical evaluation committees recommendations

Monday, 05 August, 2013: Department for Electronics and IT (DeitY) has directed all Technical Evaluation Committees (TEC) under Modified SIPS scheme to finalize their recommendations within 15 days. The DeitY representative on the TEC has been made responsible for this....

Online filing of registration requests gaining popularity

Saturday, August 03, 2013: DeitY has set up a portal (www. www.electronicstds.gov.in) for filing online applications under the “Electronics and IT Goods (Requirement of Compulsory Registration) Order, 2012”. Several users have preferred making the use of this online portal...

Additional clarifications regarding Compulsory Registration Order, 2012

Saturday, August 03, 2013: Government of India, Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), has mandated Compulsory Registration for 15 electronic items vide ‘Electronics and IT Goods (Requirement of Compulsory Registration) Order, 2012’. Based on various queries raised by...
Telecom Products

Government Receives Biggest Ever Investment Proposal For Telecom Products

As per TRAI, merely 12-13 per cent of locally manufactured goods with the support of foreign vendors were used in the sector for the period of 2009-10.

Electronic Goods Should Have BIS Approval

Though some manufacturers assert to be abiding to global standards at present, there was a dearth of India-specific guidelines.
LBT

No Local Body Tax In Mumbai From 1 October: CM

Prithviraj Chavan on Monday announced that the current DF government won't bring the Local Body Tax (LBT) in Mumbai from 1 October.

MSME Ministry’s Tech Centre To Train 10,000 Students

The ministry has plans to set up 14 similar technology centres across the country with an investment of Rs 22,900 million to train around 140,000 students and make them employable for MSMEs, manufacturing and processing industries.

Components that have the potential to be manufactured in India, if PMA boosts manufacturing

Even though the industry thinks that some of the components mentioned in the PMA guidelines have the potential to be manufactured in India, their manufacturing cannot take off because of hurdles like the inverted duty structure By Nitasha Chawla Thursday, July...
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