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Make in India for defence industry not an option but an imperative: Bhatia

Hyderabad, Nov 19 (UNI) Defence Aerospace Division, Kalyani Group President & CEORajinder Singh said that make in India for defence industry was not an option but an imperative.

Addressing tri-services officers attending Higher Defence Management Course on "Strategic Partnership: Analysis & Way Forward" at College of Defence Management, Secunderabad here on Tuesday, Mr Bhatia gave an insight into the make in India initiative with specific reference to defence production, importance of strategic partnership and challenges associated with it.

He highlighted that Make in India is not an option but an imperative and further analysed the data pertaining to manufacturing industry in India, its impact on GDP and also brought out how strategic partnership model will encourage broader participation of private sector in defence production.

Mr Bhatia also interacted with Major General Sandeep Sharma, Commandant of CDM, Heads of Faculty and other faculty members and discussed policy issues pertaining to defence acquisition and Supply Chain Management, a Defence statement here said.
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22 Feb 2020 | 6:55 PM

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22 Feb 2020 | 6:49 PM

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