MAIT works in multiple areas for public advocacy, which include Cloud & Analytics, IPR, Skill Development, Component Trading Hub.

Under Manufacturing

MAIT initiatives and advocacy has been promoting manufacturing under Government Make in India Scheme through addressing disabilities under taxation, infrastructure and supply chain.

Under Digital India

MAIT under its Digital India Action Group has taken various Procurement reforms which involves advocacy around Model RFPs 2.0, GFR and Public Procurement Bill as released by MeitY.MAIT has been working relentless on facilitating Government e-Marketplace (GeM) by addressing members concerns since its inception. MAIT has been involved in preparation of IT procurement procedures manual for Telangana, Odisha and Madhya Pradesh and conducted sensitization workshops in States on Good IT procurement practices (13 states completed)

Under Compulsory Registration Order

MAIT is focused not only on bringing process efficiency but also creating an ecosystem of compliance in India. In addition to manufacturers of consumer items to high-end enterprise equipment, MAIT’s member network comprise several test labs, which helps us in formulating the polices and recommendations for the benefit of entire ecosystem. MAIT works to improve transparency, predictability and ease of operation by regularly involving stakeholder consultation on issues related to CRO. We achieved significant success in ironing out flaws in processes and regulations governing CRO.

Under E-Waste

MAIT has been spearheading the efforts to increase awareness on e-Waste issues as well as legal compliance to the e-Waste Rules. The electronics industry is growing exponentially; and with rapid advancements in technology and demand and ever-increasing obsolescence rate, we all face the challenge of Electronic Waste, also known as E-Waste. In March 2008, in a major step forward, the Government of India notified Guidelines for the Environmentally Sound Management of Electronic Waste. On 12th May 2011, Ministry of Environment & Forests, had notified the e-Waste (Management & Handling) Rules 2011 which came into effect from 1st May 2012.

SME

MAIT, the apex body of the Indian IT eco-system; has established the MAIT SME Chapter for helping SMEs from the IT manufacturing & services sector to achieve sustainable growth & competitiveness in domestic & global markets; thereby enabling transformation of SMEs into emerging corporates. MAIT SME Chapter has been established for helping SMEs from the IT manufacturing & services sector to achieve sustainable growth & competitiveness in domestic & global markets; thereby enabling transformation of SMEs into emerging corporates

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