PLI Scheme under Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan
Production Linked Incentive (PLI) Scheme worth Rs 12,195 crore for manufacturing of telecom and networking products. Incentives worth more than Rs 4,000 crore have been earmarked for the Design-Led Manufacturing Scheme of the existing PLI Scheme.
Under the BharatNet Project, 1,77,550 village panchayats have been made service ready till June 2022. Scope of BharatNet Project has been extended to all inhabited villages in the country.
Prime Minister Wi-Fi Access Network Interface (PM-WANI)
Provision of public Wi-Fi service through Public Data Offices (PDOs) spread across the country to accelerate the expansion of broadband Internet services.
Semicon India Programme
- Schemes for setting up Semiconductor Fabs, Display Fabs, compound semiconductors, OSAT / ATMP, Design Linked Incentive (DLI).
Schemes for Promotion of Electronics Manufacturing
- Production Linked Incentive (PLI) Schemes for
- Large Scale Electronics Manufacturing and IT Hardware, Scheme for Promotion of Manufacturing of Electronic Components and Semiconductors (SPECS),
- Modified Electronics Manufacturing Clusters Scheme (EMC 2.0)
Tamil Nadu Electronics Hardware Manufacturing Policy 2020: This policy encourages electronics system design and manufacturing companies to invest in the State by providing various incentives, infrastructure support and subsidies.
Electronics Manufacturing Cluster: The State Government has established Electronics Manufacturing Clusters to provide infrastructure and common facilities for electronics manufacturing companies, promoting the growth of the hardware sector. These clusters offer a conducive environment for hardware businesses, helping reduce operational cost and increase efficiency.
Tamil Nadu FibreNet Corporation (TANFINET): TANFINET aims to provide affordable high-speed broadband Internet connectivity to every household and business in Tamil Nadu. It is a major initiative in the telecom and networking sector.
Export Promotion: Tamil Nadu offers various incentives and support for hardware and electronics companies engaged in export activities. These incentives include financial assistance, export marketing support and incentives for achieving export targets.
FaMe TN provides a convenient platform for connecting MSMEs in Tamil Nadu with the respective EPC, in addition to providing handholding support through field offices in the districts. FaMe TN sponsors MSMEs for participation in international exhibitions, trade fairs and buyer-seller meets organised by the EPCs. FaMe TN undertakes knowledge sharing and training programmes in association with various EPCs for promoting exports from the MSME sector.
Guidance Tamil Nadu: The Tamil Nadu Industrial Guidance and Export Promotion Bureau, also known as Guidance Tamil Nadu, assists in promoting and facilitating investments in the State.
Single Window Clearance: The State Government provides a single window clearance system, making it easier for companies to obtain the necessary permits and approvals. This streamlined process simplifies the establishment and operation of Telecom, Networking and Hardware businesses in Tamil Nadu.
SIPCOT EMCs: Several Electronic Manufacturing Clusters in Tamil Nadu are managed by the State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamil Nadu, a government agency under MSME department, responsible for promoting industrial development in the State. Some of the EMCs managed by SIPCOT include the Sriperumbudur Electronics Manufacturing Cluster and the Oragadam Electronics Manufacturing Cluster.
TIDCO EMCs: The Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation is another key agency involved in promoting industrial development in the State. TIDCO manages various industrial clusters, including EMCs. An example is the Tiruvallur EMC.
ELCOT: Electronics Corporation of Tamil Nadu is another government organisation involved in the management and development of electronics-related initiatives, including EMCs.