Defence Industrial Corridor – Best NDA Coaching in Lucknow

Defence Industrial Corridor - Best NDA Coaching in Lucknow

Defence Industrial Corridor – Best NDA Coaching in Lucknow

Defence Industrial Corridor - Best NDA Coaching in Lucknow
Defence Industrial Corridor – Best NDA Coaching in Lucknow

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Defence Industrial Corridor: Why in News- Recently, the Prime Minister visited the exhibition models of the Aligarh node of the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Defence Industrial Corridor. It was announced by the Prime Minister while inaugurating the UP Investors Summit in Lucknow in 2018. The government has established another Defence Industrial Corridor in Tamil Nadu.

Defence Industrial Corridor of UP:

It is an aspirational project that intends to reduce the foreign dependency on the Indian Aerospace & Defence Sector. It will have 6 nodes – Aligarh, Agra, Kanpur, Chitrakoot, Jhansi and Lucknow. The Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority (UPEIDA) is the nodal agency to execute this project in conjunction with various other state agencies. It aims to bring up the state as one of the largest & advanced Defence manufacturing hubs and put it on the world map.

Features:

Single Window approvals and clearances to Defence and Aerospace (D&A) manufacturing units via Nivesh Mitra. Nivesh Mitra Portal has been launched by the Government of Uttar Pradesh to ease the Ease of Doing Business in the state. Labour Permits for D&A industry towards flexible employment conditions. Simple Procedures and rationalised regulatory regime with easy reimbursement of incentives and subsidies. Assured water supply and uninterrupted electricity. Connectivity with 4-lane heavy-duty highway.

Reason for choosing UP for Defence Corridor:

Uttar Pradesh is the fourth largest state in India and the third-largest economy within the country. With a population of more than 200 million, UP has the highest available labour force and is one of the top five manufacturing states in India. The state also ranks first in terms of the number of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the country and ranks 2nd in Ease of Doing Business (EoDB).

Defence Corridors

A defence corridor refers to a route or a path along which domestic productions of defence equipment by the public sector, private sector and MSMEs are lined up to enhance the operational capability of the defence forces.

Significance:

It will help in making the nation self-reliant in the field of defence production and promoting ‘Make in India’, which will reduce our imports and promote the export of these items to other countries. It will provide a fillip to the defence manufacturing ecosystem through synergistic development of technologies, promote the growth of private domestic manufacturers, including MSMEs and Start-Ups.

Challenges:

Technological Development in Defence:

The first challenge in the development of technology is in advanced electronics and materials, which cut across all the verticals. The second challenge is the relative immaturity of Material Science to use lighter and stronger intelligent material.

Meeting Industries Expectations:

Meeting expectations of the industry, who not only wants faster clearance of their proposals for setting up or shifting their bases, but also tax benefits like in Special Economic Zones (SEZ), faster decision making etc is a challenge for the government.

Less Involvement of Private Players:

While there is an over-concentration of orders with the public sector (leading to choking and queuing), hardly any orders are actually flowing to the private players.

Human Resource:

The unavailability of talented human resources is also one of the major issues.

Tamil Nadu Defence Industrial Corridor

It comprises Chennai, Tiruchirappalli, Coimbatore, Salem and Hosur. It will create new defence production facilities and promote clusters with necessary testing and certification facilities, export facilitation centres, technology transfer facilitation, etc. The corridor was inaugurated in 2019.

Defence Industrial Corridor

Why in News- Recently, the Prime Minister visited the exhibition models of the Aligarh node of the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Defence Industrial Corridor. It was announced by the Prime Minister while inaugurating the UP Investors Summit in Lucknow in 2018. The government has established another Defence Industrial Corridor in Tamil Nadu.

Defence Industrial Corridor of UP:

It is an aspirational project that intends to reduce the foreign dependency on the Indian Aerospace & Defence Sector. It will have 6 nodes – Aligarh, Agra, Kanpur, Chitrakoot, Jhansi and Lucknow. The Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority (UPEIDA) is the nodal agency to execute this project in conjunction with various other state agencies. It aims to bring up the state as one of the largest & advanced Defence manufacturing hubs and put it on the world map.

Features:

Single Window approvals and clearances to Defence and Aerospace (D&A) manufacturing units via Nivesh Mitra. Nivesh Mitra Portal has been launched by the Government of Uttar Pradesh to ease the Ease of Doing Business in the state. Labour Permits for D&A industry towards flexible employment conditions. Simple Procedures and rationalised regulatory regime with easy reimbursement of incentives and subsidies. Assured water supply and uninterrupted electricity. Connectivity with 4-lane heavy-duty highway.

Reason for choosing UP for Defence Corridor:

Uttar Pradesh is the fourth largest state in India and the third-largest economy within the country. With a population of more than 200 million, UP has the highest available labour force and is one of the top five manufacturing states in India. The state also ranks first in terms of the number of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the country and ranks 2nd in Ease of Doing Business (EoDB).

Defence Corridors

A defence corridor refers to a route or a path along which domestic productions of defence equipment by the public sector, private sector and MSMEs are lined up to enhance the operational capability of the defence forces.

Significance:

It will help in making the nation self-reliant in the field of defence production and promoting ‘Make in India’, which will reduce our imports and promote the export of these items to other countries. It will provide a fillip to the defence manufacturing ecosystem through synergistic development of technologies, promote the growth of private domestic manufacturers, including MSMEs and Start-Ups.

Challenges:

Technological Development in Defence:

The first challenge in the development of technology is in advanced electronics and materials, which cut across all the verticals. The second challenge is the relative immaturity of Material Science to use lighter and stronger intelligent material.

Meeting Industries Expectations:

Meeting expectations of the industry, who not only wants faster clearance of their proposals for setting up or shifting their bases, but also tax benefits like in Special Economic Zones (SEZ), faster decision making etc is a challenge for the government.

Less Involvement of Private Players:

While there is an over-concentration of orders with the public sector (leading to choking and queuing), hardly any orders are actually flowing to the private players.

Human Resource:

The unavailability of talented human resources is also one of the major issues.

Tamil Nadu Defence Industrial Corridor

It comprises Chennai, Tiruchirappalli, Coimbatore, Salem and Hosur. It will create new defence production facilities and promote clusters with necessary testing and certification facilities, export facilitation centres, technology transfer facilitation, etc. The corridor was inaugurated in 2019.

CONTENT BY PRASHANT SINGH

Faculty of personality development | 5+ years of experience of teaching | Masters in English literature | 10 times CDS qualified, | Defence enthusiast, educator and explorer

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