A critical evaluation of make in India campaign of government of India
India is one of the fastest growing economies of the world. To accelerate the pace of economic growth Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi launched Make in India campaign on 25th September 2014. The objective of Make in India campaign was to turn India into global manufacturing hub by attracting foreign investors to invest in India. It is an invitation to all the global companies to manufacture their products by investing in the selected priority sectors. This campaign focuses on 25 priority sectors with Objectives of job creation, skill development, ease of doing business and increase the share of manufacturing sector in GDP. In this paper an attempt has been made to understand the concept of Make in India campaign, study its advantages and disadvantages, to study the present status of priority sectors and to assess its impact on the FDI inflow in manufacturing sector.