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KESDM Policy

Electronics System Design and Manufacturing ,  an emerging sector is strongly aligned to the professional skills, knowledge base and managerial talent available in the state of Karnataka in the field of VLSI, semiconductor chip design and embedded software. As of 2012, Karnataka has 85 chip design houses, 336 R&D facilities, delivers outsourced information technology solutions to over 400 of the global Fortune 500 companies and has over 6 lakh technology professionals employed in Bangalore alone. Karnataka has announced the Karnataka Electronics System Design and Manufacturing Policy 2013, to create a globally competitive ESDM ecosystem in the country.

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Operational_Guidelines_for_KESDM_Policy_2017-2022.pdf
  
KESDM_policy_2017-2022.pdf
  
Form 4-capital subsidy.xlsx
  
Registration_for_KESDM_2017-2022.xlsx
  
Form-7_interest_subsidy.xlsx
  
Form-8_PF_and_ESI.xlsx
  
Form-9_EXEMPTION_from_payment_of_Stamp_duty_and_concessional_registration_charges.xlsx
  
Form-10_Reimbursement_of_land_conversion_fee.xlsx
  
Form-11_power_tariff_concession.xlsx
  
Form-12_subsidy_for_setting_up_of_ETP.xlsx
  
Form-1_Patent_Incentive.xlsx
  
Form-2_International_Marketing_Incentive.xlsx
  
Form-3_R_and_D_Grant.xlsx
  
Form-5_Reimbursement_of_quality_certification_costs.xlsx
  
Form-6_Reimbursement_of_prototyping_costs.xlsx
  
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K. J. George

Hon'ble Minister for IT and BT, Science and Technology

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