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Rajeev’s Chip Charge: Minister Maps India’s Tech Terrain with Semiconductor Strategy

In a groundbreaking move destined to etch India’s name on the global tech map, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today officially kicked off the construction of three behemoth semiconductor plants, marking a whopping investment of over Rs 1.25 lakh crore. The tech trifecta, receiving the governmental green light on February 29, showcases the Tata-PSMC chip foundry at a staggering Rs 91,000 crore, the Tata OSAT tech temple at Rs 27,000 crore, and the CG Power-Renesas electronic emporium at Rs 7,600 crore.

In the digital gathering, Union Minister of State for Electronics and IT, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, and Jal Shakti, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, virtually voiced his enthusiasm. He highlighted a long-overdue dream coming true for India, a country brimming with untapped tech potential and talent that has already left its mark across global semiconductor giants. “The era of waiting is over,” declared Chandrasekhar. “The inauguration of these semiconductor sanctuaries by our Hon’ble Prime Minister Modi ji is not just a win for Assam and Gujarat but a monumental leap for the entire nation.”

Chandrasekhar went on to paint a vision of the future where ‘Made in India’ chips not only symbolize national pride but also catapult the country into the heart of global supply chains. According to him, these plants are more than manufacturing units; they are incubators for innovation, skill development, and research in the semiconductor sphere. “India is setting sail to become the world’s semiconductor hub,” he affirmed, signaling an electrifying chapter ahead for India’s technological prowess and its role in the world.

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