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23/01/2021 12:52pm

Abhyuday Group keen to sign MoU for Aerospace & Defence cluster for MSMEs in Karnataka

image Abhyuday Group keen to sign MoU for Aerospace & Defence cluster for MSMEs in Karnataka

Bangalore, Jan 23 (KNN) Abhyuday Bharat Mega Defence Cluster willing to sign an MoU with Government of Karnataka for cluster development in aerospace and defence for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) of Karnataka said latter CEO, Mohit Shrivastav.

He said this during a webinar on Karnataka Aerospace and Defence Hub of India which was organised by Knowledge Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI) in association with Federation of Karnataka Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FKCCI) and Karnataka Small Scale Industries Association (KASSIA).  

According to Shrivastav the MoU will help Karnataka MSMEs to explore Aerospace and Defence opportunities.

Gunjan Krishna, IAS, Commissioner for Industrial Development & Director of Industries & Commerce, who also inaugurated the webinar, elaborated that the Karnataka industries development and its reach to the International market.

She also stated that Karnataka has the potential to develop as an Aerospace and Defence hub of the world due to presence of large numbers of engineering and related MSMEs.

Appreciating the organisers for this initiative she said, ''Most of the industries are already working for the Aerospace and Defence sector and Karnataka government is very happy to help any MSMEs who also wants to enter in to the manufacturing of the same.''

Dhaval Raval, Chairman, Aerospace and Defence, KCCI and CMD, Abhyuday Group in his theme addressed shared overall opportunities in the sector and showed a roadmap for the Aerospace & Defence cluster in Karnataka with facilities including Certification, tenders and Investment.

Abhyuday Bharat Mega Defence Cluster also joined as a Knowledge Partner and initiated the SME Help Desk program and Vendor Development Initiative for Karnataka MSMEs.

Col. Anand Kumar, KV, VSM (Retd.) joined as Speaker and shared his views on indigenization in Armour Vehicles including parts and requirements, scope and development while Wg. Cdr Sandeep Raj, industry expert, Aerospace & Defence shared his views on what industry wants.

Other esteemed speaker Lokesh Srinivas, expert, Aerospace Manufacturing at Germany and France shared his views on international perspective.

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