The manufacturing industry in India accounts for 18% of the total GDP which directly accounts for 12% of the Indian population. In the ridiculous manufacturing sector, SMEs and MSMEs account for 90% of total industry activity and with new policies such as the National Manufacturing Policy, the industry contributes more than 25% to GDP and over 100 million. She is thinking of giving jobs to the workers. Some of the most lucrative sectors are:
Agricultural Chemicals – India has been named the world’s fourth largest producer of agrochemicals. Agriculture is the largest employer and as the core sector of India’s economy, it has created an operational sector for the never ending need for agrochemicals which makes it one of the most lucrative manufacturing industries. ۔ These firms vary from large-scale to small-scale manufacturing firms that can and do set up in rural areas. By 2022, it is expected to reach 269.7 billion US dollars.
Automobile / Auto Components – India is projected to be the third largest manufacturer of automobiles in the world by 2025. In a survey in April 2018, in the only metropolitan city of Lot in India; Bangalore showed the results of adding 4,000 new registered vehicles to the road every day. This clearly strengthens the auto components industry which varies widely from small scale to manufacturing, with component exports to India being US IN 10.90 billion in 2016-2017. In the Indian export industry, the automobile ranks third with a value of US 14 14.5 billion.
Pharmaceutical industry – India is the world’s largest supplier of generic medicines. The domestic pharmaceutical sector accounts for 3.1-3.6% of the global pharmaceutical industry in terms of value and 10% in terms of volume. According to a 2017 report, there were 10,563 pharmaceutical manufacturing firms (large and small scale pharmaceuticals) under the “Directory of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Units in India”.
Textile industry– From the colonies to the present day India is known for the use of cotton in its cotton and textiles. According to the Ministry of Textiles, the Indian textile industry contributes about 14% to industrial production, 4% to the country’s GDP and 13% to the country’s exports. India appears to be the largest producer and second largest exporter of cotton, followed by China, which employs about 40 million workers directly and 60 million indirectly.
Food and Drink – The F&B industry ranks fifth in the manufacturing sector. It was the 13th largest recipient of foreign direct investment in 2017. India ranks fourth in the world in terms of market size, with a total revenue of مجمو 200 billion from the F&B industry. India is the second largest producer of pulses, milk and rice, wheat, fruits and vegetables. The category accounts for about 40% of its consumer package goods.
Jewelry and jewelry – The jewelery sector plays a significant role in the Indian economy as it contributes about 7% to the country’s GDP and as the largest exporter of India constitutes a total of 15.6% of total exports resulting in 42.6 billion. The result is found.
Packaging industry– With 32 32 million in 2015, it is the fifth largest sector of India’s economy, the most prominent sector in other parts of the industry. The good quality of life has been imprisoned in the minds of the growing consumers and as a result the packaging industry has grown. The industry is backed by other industries that do not rely on just one sector and will remain open forever after changes in plastic to paper and fabric.
Glass manufacturing – Per capita consumption of glass in India is 1.8Kg. With a large number of applications in areas such as architecture and construction, from malls to office buildings and apartments, most buildings use glass as well as fiberglass as decoration for walls and doors. India’s glass exports were $ 9 million, up from 22 225 million in 2012.
Rubber and rubber products– India is the world’s largest producer and third largest consumer of natural rubber, producing more than 35,000 types of rubber products. It is used for domestic and international trade with exports of ریکارڈ 5 billion annually.
Metal sector – Increasing demand for automobiles, capital goods and infrastructure, Indian metal players are profitable in their field. India ranks as the third largest producer of steel with a production of 101.4 million tonnes of crude steel. The GOI has allowed exploration in the metals and mining sector as well as 100 per cent investment in the sector, which will boost the sector.