Everyone has a smartphone, and smartphones run on the Android and iOS operating systems. The Indian government is currently planning to develop an operating system that would be entirely built in India. By doing this, the govt. can give a powerful competition to Android and iOS. According to reports, the government can enlist the cooperation of India’s educational and business ecosystems to accomplish this.
In a recent interview, Mr. Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology, disclosed the new operating system.
According to the minister, the government is working on a plan that will allow the business to create an Indian operating system by creating an ecosystem.
When questioned if this operating system would compete with Android and iOS. The Minister stated that India’s operating system should not be considered a third alternative if it possesses the necessary capabilities.
Using the example of Blackberry on Symbian, the Minister stated that if we can do it, we can likewise create and deploy our own operating system.
When asked if this operating system would be able to compete with Android and iOS. The Minister responded that India’s operating system should not be regarded as a third option if it has the essential characteristics. Using the example of Blackberry on Symbian, the Minister stated that if we can do it, we can likewise create and deploy our own operating system.
Let us also mention that the government wants electronics manufacturing in India to reach Rs 22.5 lakh crore by 2026, up from the current level of Rs five lakh crore.