E-waste Mangement is Critical for India: MAIT
Indian is expected to generate about 1.5 lakh ton of wastage from the use of electronics every year by 2020, says IT hardware industry body MAIT
Recyling can curb harzardious effects of e-waste, says MAIT
The need of the hour is to concentrate on methods of disposal of waste that at present seem insufficient to tackle the huge amounts of waste generated, say experts.
Reduce IT hardware cost to increase IT penetration: MAIT
The MAIT- KPMG report highlights the challenges in increasing the IT penetration in the country and suggests recommendations to overcome them.
Industry rejoices as govt approves two Semiconductor fabs
Technology : Infrastructure
MAIT and other industry bodies have welcomed the government’s decision to approve setting up of the two semiconductor manufacturing facilities in India.
Rupee fluctuations to hit IT/ITeS contracts, says Nasscom
With the continuous instability in the rupee, which hit a historic low of 68 against the US dollar, experts believe that IT/ITes sector in India will be negatively impacted.
Indian IT hardware companies unable to cope with falling rupee value
The IT hardware firms dealing with computers, tablets, laptop, printers, are amongst the badly affected due to the abrupt fall of Indian rupee and seek immediate relief.
PC growth to come from rural markets, says MAIT
Technology : Networking & Communication
MAIT officials said the industry is hopeful that the overall PC sales for 2013-14 will reach around 12.11 million units, registering a modest growth of 8 per cent.
IT industry voice concerns over Public Procurement Bill 2012
DGS&D to consider reducing the procurement duration by 2- 3 months from the current duration of 200 days.
MAIT urges Maharashtra, trade bodies to settle LBT issue amicably
Indefinite strike by traders against the Maharashtra Government’s decision to replace Octroi by Local Body Tax in Mumbai to badly impact consumers
MAIT welcomes govt BIS compliance deadline extension
Technology : Security & Compliance
The government order rules that no manufacturing, import, storage or sale of electronics products can be done without being registered with the Bureau of Indian Standards.