The Government of India (GOI) has encouraged international corporations to establish subsidiaries and facilities in India via the Make in India and Digital India programs.
According to the India Brand Equity Foundation, the GOI intends to invest USD 36 billion, or INR 2.65 lakh crores, in industries like as tourism and aviation, housing, and construction to generate jobs.
Furthermore, the GOI has pledged to provide around USD 27 billion in progressive production-linked incentives (PLI) over the next five years in order to generate employment in the nation.
The manufacturing sector has been given a boost by the Make in India project, which aims to contribute around 25% of GDP.
The government of India has fostered development in the digital economy. It intends to concentrate on three key areas: developing digital literacy, concentrating on digital service delivery, and upgrading the country's digital infrastructure.
According to the Speedtest Global Index, the average download speed on fixed broadband in India is 53.90 Mbps. Fixed broadband upload speed is 50.75 Mbps.
Pharmaceuticals, software and services, fast-moving consumer goods, chemicals and petrochemicals, automobiles and auto components, construction and engineering, financial services, food and beverages, textiles, apparel and accessories, and real estate are the top ten industries in India, according to the Hurun Report.
When deciding to engage a local labor, please do research on the top sectors in India where organizations hire remote workers in a given targeted region.