Sagarmala Project – “Developing India & Creating Jobs”

The Indian government will train around 1.3 million people across India’s 21 coastal districts in trades such as fishing, logistics, manufacturing and tourism as part of its ambitious Sagarmala project. The project supports India’s coastal and port city development and would prepare the manpower needed for coastal economic zones, where manufacturing units will be set up to generate jobs. The Indian Ministry of shipping has surveyed 21 coastal districts across 13 states and union territories, where the training programme, would be rolled out.

The second edition of International Tradeshow for the Maritime & Logistics ecosystem -Maritime Nation India 2017, brings together information systems and technology service providers, training establishments, equipment manufacturers and includes dedicated conference on “Automation & Training”. The tradeshow has already received support from the Minister of Shipping, Minister of Railways, The Director General Shipping, The Director General Federation of Indian Export Import Association, and will bring together every facet of “Automation and Training”, and features conversations with the industry’s key speakers and an industry keynote.

The previous edition – Maritime Nation India 2016 brought over 2000 industry professionals, 60 eminent speakers, and 40 exhibitors from 10 countries and the 2017 edition, promises a significantly larger participation.

Businesses and business leaders looking for marketing exposure are invited to connect with the organisers at -Maritime Nation India 2017 and leave your mark in this rapidly emerging maritime industry in South Asia.

Reserve your space now!!

As a follow up to the above and various discussions in other thread, here is a post from LinkedIn today:

The articles in The Economist last week that is referred to is worth reading for those who are interested in learning more about India and it’s future as an up and coming Superpower.

PS> The comparison with China is quite striking.