Hubs for Cluster Development and Innovation

Hubs for Cluster Development and Innovation
The relevant ministries may consider establishing innovation hubs to employ such R&D in the production of high-end technology items. The 2000 clusters in the organised sector, the CSIR system of laboratories and Indian Institute of Science, and Technical Universities in close proximity to clusters might all be considered innovation centres. Customers’ requirements and technology may inspire innovation hubs to identify items that can be built in clusters.
The Ministry of MSME may oversee the establishment of Common Facilities Centres (CFC) in export clusters (Textiles, Chemicals, and Leather Products) to improve manufacturing quality, particularly in export clusters (Textiles, Chemicals, and Leather Products). In order to do this, the Ministry’s Cluster Development Program will require additional funding.
The CFCs will conduct tooling and technology development functions, complementing the Ministry of MSME’s ongoing endeavour to establish 15 new Tool Rooms in the country while upgrading 18 existing ones. Accelerating Manufacturing in the Micro, Small, and Medium-Sized Enterprises (MSME) Sector To make it easier for clusters to embrace best manufacturing practises, the Ministry of MSME and involved state governments may work with industry bodies to identify lead clusters and lead units where interventions under the National Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme (NMCP) such as Lean Manufacturing, Design Clinic, Technology and Quality Upgradation, and ICT promotion can be expedited.



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