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Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in association with the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), Government of India is organizing Make in India Show and Pavilion at CeBIT 2016 being held at Hannover, Germany from 14- 18 March 2016, showcasing the investment opportunities in India. Department of Electronics and IT (DeitY), Ministry of Communication & IT, Govt. of India is also partnering with FICCI and DIPP to organize participation of Make in India delegation in CeBIT 2016.

The event will have Investor Roundtable with CEOs, State specific sessions and sectoral sessions in electronic manufacturing. The agenda of the proposed ‘Make In India Delegation’ is enclosed for perusal.

For any further details, interested parties may be advised to get in touch with MrRohit Sharma, Additional Director & Head – Europe and Turkey Division, FICCI on Email: rohit.sharma@ficci.com, Tel: 0091 11 23487447 and  MrAsheesh Gupta, Consul (E&C), CGI Munich on Email: cpic@cgimunich.com, Tel: 0049 89 21023919.

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AGENDA& PROGRAMM

 

March 14 (Monday), 2016                                  DAY 1 OF CeBIT


Time

Details

1000-1200 hrs

Make in India CEO Roundtable

Brief: Theinvestor roundtable discussion will focus on Indian industry investment trends and opportunities – both from general perspective as well as specifically for the Information Technology and Manufacturing sector. Together a panel of international and Indian experts will discuss Indian growth story and opportunities offered to global investors.

Format of the session: Two key speakers from International (German) ICT/ Manufacturing industry will share their success story/ business experience in India. Similarly, two senior industry leaders from India will share their vision and perspective on investment opportunity and India’s growth story.

Agenda:

  • Welcome Address & Session Moderated by FICCI
  • Remarks by Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), Ministry of commerce and Industry, Government of India
  • Experience Sharing by German Companies present in India:
    • Mr Andrew Chong, CEO, Infineon Technologies
    • Mr PrabhuPanduranga, Managing Director, Bosch Automotive Electronics Pvt Ltd
  • Indian Perspective on Manufacturing by:
    • Mr. Sunil Vachani, Chairman, Dixon Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd.
    • TCS
  • Special Address by Mr. Gurjit Singh, Ambassador, Embassy of India, Germany
  • Keynote Address by Dr.Aruna Sharma, Secretary, Department of Electronics and IT (DeitY), Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India
  • Discussions and Q&As
  • Closing Remarks by FICCI

 

March 15 (Tuesday), 2016            DAY 2 OF CeBIT


Time

Details – (State Specific Presentations)

1000–1300 hrs

“Investment Opportunities in Indian States”
This session will largely focus on the investment prospects in Indian states. Sharing details about new initiatives, milestones achieved under the umbrella of ‘Make in India’ campaign. In addition speakers will delve into topics including why Indian ICT investment is such a great growth story for investors.This session will allow state representatives to discuss and deliberate upon following topics

  • What each state has to offer to its global investors?
  • What they are doing towards the achievement of the ‘Make in India’ goals?
  • How doing business is easy and fast in their state?
  • Why Global companies should invest?
  • What are the special benefits being offered to investors in ICT sector?

Format of the session: Seminar with presentations by each Senior Government representative followed by question & Answer session. 50-60 delegates from German industry and members from Indian delegation

  • Welcome Remarks by FICCI
  • Address by DIPP
  • Special Address by MrGurjit Singh, Ambassador, Embassy of India, Germany
  • Keynote Address Dr. Aruna Sharma, Secretary, Department of Electronics and IT (DeitY)
  • Presentation by Government of Maharashtra
    • Discussions & Q&A
  • Presentation by Government of Madhya Pradesh
    • Discussions & Q&A
  • Presentation by Government of Andhra Pradesh
    • Discussions & Q&A
  • Presentation by Government of Uttar Pradesh
    • Discussions & Q&A
  • Presentation by Government of Haryana
    • Discussions & Q&A
  • Presentation by Government of Odisha
    • Discussions & Q&A
  • Presentation by Government of Karnataka
    • Discussions & Q&A
  • Presentation by Government of Telangana
    • Discussions & Q&A
  • Presentation by Government of Chhattisgarh
    • Discussions & Q&A
  • Presentation by Government of Tamil Nadu
    • Discussions & Q&A
  • Vote of thanks by Embassy of India, Germany

Sector Specific Seminar

1400-1530 hrs

Seminar on “India An Opportunity – Sectoral Perspectives from Electronics Manufacturing”

Brief: The Indian economy is one of the fastest growing economy in the world. India, the fourth largest base for new businesses in the world and home to over 3,100 tech start-ups, is set to increase its base to 11,500 tech start-ups by 2020. Indian IT's core competencies and strengths have attracted significant investments from major countries. The computer software and hardware sector in India attracted cumulative Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows worth US$ 18.17 billion between April 2000 and September 2015. India’s internet economy is expected to touch Rs 10 trillion (US$ 151.6 billion) by 2018, accounting for 5 per cent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

The ongoing ‘Make in India’ initiative is the key driver for the transformation of India’s economy and business environment. Investing in India allows companies to access the necessary technology, conducive business environment, young workforce and resources that are needed to achieve long term success. This session would highlight about the investment opportunities specifically in ICT sector.Also, Why global businesses should tap Indian market which have showed signs of accelerated growth.

Format of the session: Seminar with presentations by each speaker followed by Question & Answer session.

Agenda:

  • Welcome Remarks by FICCI
  • Remarks by DIPP
  • Special Address by CEO of EU Startup Fund 
  • Keynote Address by Dr Aruna Sharma, Secretary, Department of Electronics and IT (DeitY), Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India
  • Sectoral Perspective of Associations:
  • IT Hardware manufacturers
  • Printed Circuit Board Manufacturers
  • Electronic Components
  • IT Solution providers
  • Discussions and Q&As

Closing Remarks by Embassy of India, Germany

March 16 (Wednesday), 2016                          DAY 3 OF CeBIT


Time

 

10:00AM onwards

B2B & G2B Meetings at Make in India Pavilion

March 17 (Thursday), 2016                                DAY 4 OF CeBIT


Time

 

10:00AM onwards

Guided visit to the stalls of Indian Companies / prominent investors in CEBIT 2016

 

 

 
 
 


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