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Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar Introduces ChipIN For India’s Semiconductor Transformation

In a significant event held at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) in Kerala, Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar, responsible for Electronics & IT, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, and Jal Shakti, articulated India’s potential as a global semiconductor hub. Chandrasekhar emphasized the imperative of designing chips and IPs for diverse industries, outlining a roadmap for entrepreneurs in Trivandrum and Kerala to lead the innovation drive.

Pioneering Semiconductor Design Infrastructure

At the heart of this vision lies ChipIN Centre, a revolutionary facility poised to transform semiconductor design in India. Offering diverse design flows and cutting-edge tools, ChipIN aims to democratize access to chip design infrastructure nationwide. With a focus on advanced node technologies, the center seeks to empower students, researchers, and industry professionals with the necessary resources to drive innovation.

Empowering India’s Semiconductor Ecosystem

  • Centralized Design Facility: ChipIN Centre acts as a centralized hub, offering a wide range of design flows and services for the semiconductor community in India.
  • Advanced Tools: It hosts state-of-the-art tools covering the entire chip design cycle, including Front-end design, Back-end design, PCB design & analysis, catering to various design types.
  • Accessibility: The center aims to make chip design infrastructure easily accessible to the semiconductor community, fostering inclusivity and collaboration.
  • Comprehensive Support: ChipIN Centre provides comprehensive support, offering services for design fabrication and packaging, ensuring a seamless design process.
  • Educational Outreach: Engaging with over 10,000 students from 120 academic institutions and 20 start-ups, ChipIN aims to empower the next generation of semiconductor engineers through access to cutting-edge Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Tools.
  • Expansion Plans: With plans to empower 85,000 students at various academic levels, ChipIN Centre aims to cultivate a culture of innovation and skill development across the nation.
  • Industry Collaboration: ChipIN collaborates with industry leaders to extend support to academia and start-ups, broadening access to EDA tools and expertise.
  • Government Support: Aligned with the government’s vision, ChipIN Centre receives support to bolster the semiconductor ecosystem in India, driving towards Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s goal of India becoming a global semiconductor hub.

India’s Journey Towards Global Semiconductor Leadership

As India charts its path to global semiconductor prominence, initiatives like ChipIN Centre and government-backed support schemes are poised to ignite innovation and entrepreneurship in semiconductor design. With visionary leadership, industry collaboration, and a robust innovation ecosystem, India stands ready to lead in shaping the future of technology.


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