“Encouraging India as the Manufacturing Hub”

30 May, 2018, Hotel Shangri-La New Delhi

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“We want to invite the world to Make in India, make India as the base for manufacturing electronic goods...” “'Make in India' will spur positivity & inspire confidence among manufacturers…”
                                                                                           - Shri Narendra Modi, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India
To discuss the future roadmap of the growth of Electronics industry and to make India as a Manufacturing Hub, ASSOCHAM, India’ Apex Chamber for Commerce and Industry, proposes to organize the 8thInternational Conference on Electricals and Electronics Manufacturing on Wednesday, 30th May, 2018 at Hotel Shangri-La in New Delhi.
Key topics at this Conference:
1.         Industry Outlook   (11:45 am – 12:45 p.m.)

·                     Empowering manufacturing's future
·                     Demand of electrical and electronics
·                     Economic Conditions: Availability of raw materials, basic facilities (infrastructure, water), etc.
·                     Impact of Policy: M-SIPS, EMC, etc.
·                     Government support
·                     Investments: Global and domestic manufacturing facility set ups
·                     States’ Initiatives: Steps taken by State to promote the industry
·                     Assembling-Manufacturing Ratio
·                     New Era of Globalization with Smart Manufacturing
·                     Ease of doing business:
2.         E-Waste  and Reuse and Refurbished Goods – Organizing the Unorganized (12:45p.m. – 01:00 p.m.)

Waste management policies: Outlook towards them
·                  Adoption of reverse logistics: Current technologies and their adoption  
·                  E-waste collection issues and challenges: Compliance costs, etc.
·                  Industry practices: Examples from the industry
·                  Reuse and Refurbished Goods: The Opportunity now and later
·                  Global Scenario:
·                Transforming the e-waste from secondary to primary : Future outlook, Green industry, regulations on import and export, collection points, etc        
3.         Trade Regulations and Policy – Export oriented or Import substituted (12:45p.m. – 01:00 p.m.)

Outlook on trade treaties: Custom duty, FDI, license (ITA, FTA), etc.
·                  Impact of trade regulations on component manufacturers
·                  Union budget 18’ outlook: Oncoming effect on Industry
·                  Impact of GST: Developments since the launch 
·                  The way forward: Expectations from the Government 
Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad, Hon’ble Minister for Electronics and IT & Law and Justice, Government of India has been invited as the “Chief Guest” for this Conference. State Government have also been invited to actively showcase their policies for promotion of Manufacturing in their State.
We have also invited delegation from various countries to have B2B meetings at the Conference.
On behalf of ASSOCHAM we take this opportunity to cordially invite your esteemed organization to actively participate this this timely and meaningful Conference. Copy of Brochure and Delegate Registration Form is attached for your kind consideration. Exhibition Stalls are also available for showcasing your products and services to the stakeholders.
For more information your office may kindly contact to my colleague Mr. Parag Tripathi, Assistant Director on parag.tripathi@assocham.com, M# 8770951898.
Thanking you with best regards.
Yours sincerely,
Varun Aggarwal
The Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India
(ASSOCHAM) Corporate Office 
5, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri,
New Delhi- 110021
Tel: 011-46550555
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Registration Fees: 

  • Per delegate @ Rs. 3,000/- (+ GST) :
  • Concession for 2 or more delegates and for ASSOCHAM Members @10%: