Whilst India is making her transition from regional power to global power, the requisite need to enhance the defence prowess is inherent in order to make this realization come fore and that too without much delay. India has been spending a generous 40% of budget on capital acquisitions out of which the 60% of requirements in the defence procurements are met by imports. Opening the segment to private organization, India will witness availability of cutting edge technologies with the foray of international leaders in the said segment.
INR 250 Billion are envisaged to be invested in coming 5-8 years to make India a manufacturing hub for defence procurement and to encourage the simultaneous research and development to maintain the edge over the global counterparts.
The said conference aims to cater to the current and pertinent issues of the industry by discussing the vital role of stakeholders from the entire defence manufacturing and acquisition value chain while analyzing the various strategies, technological capabilities and potential considerations for implementing, developing and cementing the Make in India dream to objectify the plans charted out for self reliance in defence segment.
Who Should Attend?
- Ministry of Defence, Department Of Defence(DOD), Department of Defence Production (DDP), Department of Ex Serviceman Welfare(DESW), Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)and relevant government bodies
- Policy makers
- Utilities & Solution Providers to the defence segment
- Defence Procurement and acquisition officials
- Manufacturing houses
- Financial Institutions
- Research and Development Houses
To explore the associating options with the event, please send your interests and queries to Ms. Shveta Sethi at [email protected]
To explore the sponsorship opportunities, please write to Mr.Rohit at [email protected]