Each year more that 12 million young Indian citizens enter the domestic workforce, most of them low-skilled workers, which the Indian job market does not have the capacity to accommodate.
Enter the Make in India initiative. Launched by Prime Minister Modi in September 2014, Make in India is an attempt to transform India into a global design and manufacturing hub. By shifting focus to the manufacturing sector, the initiative hopes to create more jobs for low-skilled workers in addition to bringing in more FDI into the country.
Now in its fourth year, we take a look at the impact the initiative has had on the country and what the future holds.