What the lion in the logo make in India Symbolise?

The national emblem was itself adapted from Emperor Asoka’s Lion Capital. Thus, the Lion was brought to the fore front. It clearly signifies power (ability to influence), courage (risk taking), pride (assertion of superiority) and confidence (feeling of self-reliance).

What is the symbol of Make in India?

The idea was to encourage more and more foreign companies to manufacture their products in India. To achieve the above end, Make in India initiative was given a face in the form of a logo, which is a silhouette of a lion on the move. It is made of cogs and symbolises manufacturing.

In case of a request made for use of the logo on electronic media, the requests must be received by the DPIIT 30 days in advance. Along with the request, the following details also have to be provided: Nature of the Program. Profile or track record of producers of the game.

Who made Make in India?

The initiative was formally introduced on September 25, 2014 by Mr Modi at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, in the presence of business giants from India. The focus of Make in India programme is on 25 sectors.

The logo can be used by various Government/Semi-Government/Private authorities. Who does not need permission to use the MII logo? Central Government Ministries/Departments, State Government department/ministries, UT Administrations for the use in programs organized by them.

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Are we ready for Make in India?

A lot of reforms are needed to make foreign direct investment (FDI) into India more attractive to doing business, India isn’t quite ready for the big time. Therefore any campaign to ‘make in India’ by ‘making for India’ is unlikely to achieve intended results, at least in the medium-run.

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