Delhi: SDC talks to stakeholders for Electronics City at Baprola | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: The Dialogue and Development Commission (DDC) held a high-level stakeholder consultation on Saturday to discuss the potential role of the Delhi government in the construction of the Baprola area of ​​the North West Delhi e-City .
The discussion, which was held in collaboration with the Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (DSIIDC) Limited and the EPIC Foundation, saw consultations with electronics industry leaders across the country with the aim of creating a roadmap to make Delhi the preferred destination. for various segments of the electronics industry.
Earlier, the Delhi government announced its proposal to establish Delhi Electronic City, with the aim of boosting economic growth and job creation, and allocated about 80 acres of land to Baprola.
“The views of key industry leaders and experts who were present at the meeting will help ensure that the forthcoming Delhi Electronic Systems Design and Manufacturing Policy (ESDM Policy) is unique with differentiating benefits to enable the development of long-term, sustainable and inclusive electronics and electronics semiconductor ecosystems,” officials said.
Jasmine Shah, Vice President of DDC, said, “Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is committed to making Delhi the engine of economic growth in the country and creating jobs by creating a vast e-ecosystem in Delhi. The national capital accounts for 7.5% of the national electronics consumption, has excellent transport, logistics and distribution networks and also has access to qualified human resources, from workers to highly qualified engineers. »
The Delhi government intends to provide the necessary infrastructure and policy support for the electronics industry to harness the factors working in Delhi’s favor so that businesses thrive and generate direct and indirect employment at scale, said said Shah. “We are committed to developing a value chain to deliver tangible results to the electronics industry,” he added.

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