The Indian government had earlier acknowledged and accepted the significance of a technology revolution. The government was keen on establishing the scenario in every division by initiating several programs alongside dedicated councils and organizations. This is a journey towards achieving ATMANIBHAR BHARAT: industry 4.0 mission.
National productivity council and all India council for robotics and automation embarked on the voyage Of establishing a Centre of excellence that provides consultancy and training services for Industry 4.0 in areas of Industrial Engineering, Agri-Business, Economic Services, Quality Management, Human Resources Management, Information Technology, Technology Management, Energy Management, Environmental Management, etc., to the Government and Public & Private sector organizations. The primary purpose of the companionship is to develop a dominant habitat of industry and academia boosting the transition according to industry 4.0.
National productivity council under DPIIT, Ministry of commerce and industry, the government of India plays a pivotal role in reviving up efficiency and productivity of micro small and medium enterprises, while All India Council for robotics and automation (AICRA) is a leading non-profit organization that constantly evolving apropos the dynamic needs of the Indian industry. Assembling an architecture essential to the development of the automation and robotics sector is in the DNA of AICRA.
The Centre of Excellence (CoE) could be incredibly beneficial in coordination with numerous stakeholders, arrays of information, development of knowledge & dissemination of knowledge/information, facilitation in capacity building of industries, support start-ups etc. The movement will ensure the creation of roadmaps for the implementation of industry 4.0. India initiates several programs as part of industry 4.0 intending to propagate technological outcomes to Indian manufacturing units by 2025 through steps like awareness programmes, training, demo centres etc. The industry, academia and international cooperation in the field of technologies related to Industry 4.0 is the policy formulated by the government. India’s National Manufacturing Policy (NMP) has been promulgated which aims at improving the share of manufacturing in GDP to 25 percent and Industry 4.0 is the only way ahead to achieve this task.