Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, led by Prof Pranita P Sarangi, Department of ...Read more
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India always had the best combination of smart minds and able workforce. What was lacking, in some sectors, could be attributed to governmental policies, which have been rectified to a large extent, in the recent past. The ‘pandemic’ played the role of a catalyst to solidify the country’s prowess as a global manufacturing hub. It has pushed India into optimising the latent capabilities it possesses across the public and private sector by promoting indigenous development and manufacturing particularly in the space of diagnostics and medical devices. Triggered by the government’s initiative to develop new medical devices parks and the huge investments by the industry, indigenous diagnostic and medical technology capabilities will continue to be ramped up into 2022 as well...