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India’s big plan for semiconductor manufacturing, IT Minister told the blue print

Big steps are being taken towards semiconductor manufacturing in India. Under the Make in India vision, India’s complete plan is ready to make semiconductors in the country. This information was given recently by IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav. The Minister gave a live demo to explain how the IT Ministry is working to create an all-inclusive semiconductor ecosystem in India, which will be created under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make in India vision.

IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav A video has been released in which he is telling that there is a widespread semiconductor setup How will it be prepared? This video is 4 minutes long. In this the minister is explaining on which formula the government is working. Thousands of talented people will be involved in this, there will be a research system in which hundreds of universities of the country will be involved. Actually the Cabinet has approved three semiconductor units in India. After this, IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav met the media during which he explained the blue print of the entire plan on a whiteboard. During this, he explained in detail about each step of the plan.

This entire process will include four main components which include design, fabrication, assembly-testing-marking-packaging, and electronics manufacturing. He told that first of all a talent pool is being prepared for this, that is, talented people will be added to it. After that the second big thing will be research and development. Elaborating further, he said that the most difficult and most expensive tool in this process is called Electronic Design Automation which will be supplied by Cadence, Synopsys, and Siemens. These tools are very expensive. The minister said that if you go to buy it, the license for it is available for Rs 10 to 15 crore. Therefore, companies have been talked to, their EDA tools have been taken and delivered to 104 universities of the country.

The Central Government yesterday approved permission for three semiconductor units in India. approved Is. The demand for semiconductors has increased rapidly in the last few years. Due to less number of companies manufacturing it, it is becoming difficult to meet the demand. Construction of three semiconductor units in the country will start soon. The first unit will be from Tata Group and Powerchip-Taiwan. It will be installed in Dholera, Gujarat. There will be a total investment of Rs 1.26 lakh crore in all three units.


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