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Govt to formulate new electronics policy

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The today said it is planning to come out with a new electronics as well as a software product policy and will set up innovative zones for start-ups.

"We will be shortly laying down the new electronics policy because between the old policy and (now), under Modi has changed completely. Therefore, to boost electronics manufacturing, we will come up with new policy," and IT minister today said.



The first National Police on Electronics was formulated in 2012 and approved by the Cabinet in 2013.

Prasad said the new policy will look at growth areas in electronics manufacturing segment.

"There is need to look at inward software market. Therefore we will come with a new software product policy and we are going to have framework for data security and protection policy," Prasad said.

He said there is consensus between the and the industry to explore intersection between and start-ups for which the will set up an innovative zone.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Govt to formulate new electronics policy

The government today said it is planning to come out with a new electronics as well as a software product policy and will set up innovative zones for start-ups. "We will be shortly laying down the new electronics policy because between the old policy and (now), India under Narendra Modi has changed completely. Therefore, to boost electronics manufacturing, we will come up with new policy," Law and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today said. The first National Police on Electronics was formulated in 2012 and approved by the Cabinet in 2013. Prasad said the new policy will look at growth areas in electronics manufacturing segment. "There is need to look at inward software market. Therefore we will come with a new software product policy and we are going to have framework for data security and protection policy," Prasad said. He said there is consensus between the government and the industry to explore intersection between Digital India and start-ups for which the government will ... The today said it is planning to come out with a new electronics as well as a software product policy and will set up innovative zones for start-ups.

"We will be shortly laying down the new electronics policy because between the old policy and (now), under Modi has changed completely. Therefore, to boost electronics manufacturing, we will come up with new policy," and IT minister today said.

The first National Police on Electronics was formulated in 2012 and approved by the Cabinet in 2013.

Prasad said the new policy will look at growth areas in electronics manufacturing segment.

"There is need to look at inward software market. Therefore we will come with a new software product policy and we are going to have framework for data security and protection policy," Prasad said.

He said there is consensus between the and the industry to explore intersection between and start-ups for which the will set up an innovative zone.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Govt to formulate new electronics policy

The today said it is planning to come out with a new electronics as well as a software product policy and will set up innovative zones for start-ups.

"We will be shortly laying down the new electronics policy because between the old policy and (now), under Modi has changed completely. Therefore, to boost electronics manufacturing, we will come up with new policy," and IT minister today said.

The first National Police on Electronics was formulated in 2012 and approved by the Cabinet in 2013.

Prasad said the new policy will look at growth areas in electronics manufacturing segment.

"There is need to look at inward software market. Therefore we will come with a new software product policy and we are going to have framework for data security and protection policy," Prasad said.

He said there is consensus between the and the industry to explore intersection between and start-ups for which the will set up an innovative zone.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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