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PLI Schemes witness over Rs 1.03 lakh crore of investment till Nov 2023
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PLI Schemes witness over Rs 1.03 lakh crore of investment till Nov 2023

| @indiablooms | 18 Jan 2024, 02:57 am

New Delhi: Production Linked Incentive (PLI) Schemes witnessed over Rs. 1.03 lakh crore of investment till November 2023, leading to production/ sales of Rs. 8.61 lakh crore and direct and indirect employment generation of over 6.78 lakhs, according to the Commerce and Industry ministry. 

PLI Schemes have witnessed exports surpassing Rs. 3.20 lakh crore, with significant contributions from sectors such as Large-Scale Electronics Manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals, Food Processing, and Telecom & Networking products.

Till now, 746 applications have been approved in 14 Sectors with expected investment of over Rs 3 lakh crore.

A total of 176 MSMEs are among the PLI beneficiaries in sectors such as bulk drugs, medical devices, pharma, telecom, white goods, food processing, textiles and drones, the ministry said, adding that several MSMEs are serving as investment partners/ contract manufacturers for large Corporates.

Incentive amount of around Rs 4,415 crore disbursed under PLI Schemes for 8 Sectors viz. Large-Scale Electronics Manufacturing (LSEM), IT Hardware, Bulk Drugs, Medical Devices, Pharmaceuticals, Telecom & Networking Products, Food Processing and Drones & Drone Components.

Manufacturing of various electronic components like battery, chargers, PCBA, PCB, camera modules, passive components and certain mechanics have been localized in the country.

Green shoots in the component ecosystem wherein large companies such as TATAs have entered into component manufacturing. PLI beneficiaries account for around 20% of the market share only, however, have contributed to nearly 82% mobile phones exports during FY 2022-23.

Production of mobile phones increased by more than 125% and export of Mobile Phones increased around 4 times since FY 2020-21. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) increased by approximately 254% since the inception of the PLI scheme for LSEM.

Due to the PLI Scheme, there has been a significant reduction in imports of raw materials in the Pharma sector. Unique intermediate materials and bulk drugs are being manufactured in India including Penicillin-G. Production of 39 Medical Devices have commenced such as CT-Scan, Linear Accelerator (LINAC), Rotational Cobalt Machine, C-Arm, MRI, Cath Lab, Ultrasonography, Dialysis Machine, Heart Valves, Stents, etc.

Import substitution of 60% has been achieved in the Telecom sector and sales of Telecom & Networking Products by PLI beneficiary companies in FY 2023-24 increased by 370% vis-a-vis Base Year (FY 2019-20). Significant impact on investment in the Drone industry with a CAGR of 90.74%.

Under the PLI Scheme for Food Processing, sourcing of raw materials from India has seen significant increase which has positively impacted income of Indian farmers and MSMEs.

Sales of Organic Products increased and Indian brand visibility enhanced in the international market through Branding & Marketing abroad. The scheme has also led to increased Millet procurement – from 668 MT (FY 20-21) to 3,703 MT (FY 22-23).

PLI Schemes for 14 key sectors, with an incentive outlay of Rs 1.97 lakh crore (over US$26 billion), are under implementation to enhance India’s Manufacturing capabilities and Exports.

With the help of this scheme, these key specific sectors has started to make Indian manufacturers globally competitive, attract investment in the areas of core competency and cutting-edge technology; ensure efficiencies; create economies of scale; enhance exports and make India an integral part of the global value chain.

PLI Schemes have transformed India’s exports basket from traditional commodities to high value-added products such as electronics & telecommunication goods, processed food products etc.

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