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10% of global semiconductor market by 2030. Emerging technologies like EV, IoT, 5G etc. driving market growth
Globally competitive incentive support
World class R&D institutions for collaborative innovation and skilled workforce pipeline

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100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route.
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FDI Allowed under Automatic route

Favorable Government Policies

Modified Scheme for Setting up of Semiconductor Fabs in India

Objective: To attract large investments for setting up semiconductor wafer fabrication facilities in the country to strengthen the electronics manufacturing ecosystem and help establish a trusted value chain.

Fiscal Support: 50% of Project Cost will be provided as incentives on pari-passu basis for all technology nodes to approved investors.

Additional support across demand aggregation, R&D, skill development, and training of the workforce will also be provided.

Eligibility Criteria can be found in the scheme notification mentioned below.

Notification for Modified Scheme for setting up of Semiconductor Fabs in India.

Application Portal.

Modified Scheme for Setting up of Display Fabs in India

Objective: To attract large investments for setting up display fabrication facilities in the country to strengthen the electronics manufacturing ecosystem.

Fiscal Support: 50% of Project Cost will be provided as incentives on pari-passu basis to approved investors.

Additional support across demand aggregation, R&D, skill development, and training of the workforce will also be provided.

Eligibility Criteria can be found in the scheme notification mentioned below.

Notification for Modified Scheme for setting up of Display Fabs in India

Application Portal

Modified Scheme for Setting up of Compound & Discrete Semiconductor Fabs & OSAT / ATMP facilities in India

Objective: To attract investments for setting up Compound Semiconductors / Silicon Photonics (SiPh) / Sensors (including MEMS) Fabs/ Discrete Semiconductors Fabs and Semiconductor ATMP / OSAT facilities in the country to strengthen the electronics manufacturing ecosystem and help establish a trusted electronics value chain in the areas of application of these fabrication and packaging technologies.

Fiscal Support: 50% of Capital Expenditure will be provided as an incentive on pari-passu basis to approved applicants.

Additional support across demand aggregation, R&D, skill development, and training of the workforce will also be provided.

Eligibility Criteria can be found in the scheme notification mentioned below.

Notification for Modified Scheme for Setting up of Compound & Discrete Semiconductor Fabs & OSAT / ATMP facilities in India 

Guidelines for  Modified Scheme for Setting up of Compound & Discrete Semiconductor Fabs & OSAT / ATMP facilities in India 

Application Portal

Design Linked Incentive (DLI) Scheme

Objectives:
1. Nurture and facilitate the growth of the domestic fabless design companies, startups and MSMEs
2. Achieve significant indigenization in semiconductor and electronic products and IPs
deployed in the country
3. Strengthen India's design infrastructure through incubators for semiconductor design and
facilitate access to startups and MSMEs

Incentive Support under the Scheme: 
1. Product Design Linked Incentive: Reimbursement of upto 50% will be provided on eligible expenditure.
2. Deployment Linked Incentive of 6%-4% of net sales turnover over 5 years 

Additional support for design infrastructure will be provided to startups & MSMEs across National EDA Grid, IP Core repository, Prototyping and Post Silicon Validation.

Eligibility Criteria  can be  found in the scheme notification mentioned below

Notification for Design Linked Incentive (DLI) Scheme.

Application Portal.

Industry Scenario

Semiconductors are the fundamental building blocks of electronic devices, used to power a vast array of electronic devices ranging from smartphones and cloud servers to modern cars, industrial automation, critical infrastructure and defence system.
Processing, memory and connectivity will account for two-third of India semiconductor market by 2026.
Market segments driving growth will include mobile & wearables, information technology, industrial and consumer electronics.
With greater adoption of emerging technologies including 5G, AI, IoT, Electric Vehicles, the semiconductor content per device will increase manifold resulting in further growth in its manufacturing.

Global Majors with India Presence

Value Chain Assessment

Potential High Tech Clusters for Fabs

Value Chain Profiles

Semiconductor design companies engage in product design and development of Integrated Circuits (IC), Chipsets, System on Chips (SoC), and Systems & IP Cores. With an exceptional talent pool of 20% of world’s semiconductor design engineers, India remains a highly attractive design destination with numerous global semiconductor majors already having design and R&D presence
The total electronic design market in India is estimated to be $4.7 Bn in 2020 and growing at a CAGR of ~15.4%

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