All of the answers are correct and I agree with many of them. I’ll add a few more.
India’s biggest problem is that most ICs and components are imported. There is no manufacturing base. The installed photocell manufacturing capacity is far below the requirements. Importing large quantities of raw materials is necessary.
Moore’s law appears to have reached its limit in terms of transistor packaging. Memristor is a passive component that was recently introduced. This gives us hope. This will significantly reduce the equipment’s size.
Memristor can store large amounts of data in a very small area and does not require the booting of any computers. Because one component can replace many binary storage units (1/0), this will drastically reduce the equipment’s size.