Defence Services Estimates (DSE) in Budget Estimate 2017-18 is Rs.2,59,261.90 Crores.

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Ministry of Defence05-February, 2018 16:36 IST
Amount Earmarked for Defence
Total amount earmarked for Defence under Defence Services Estimates (DSE) in Budget Estimate 2017-18 is Rs.2,59,261.90 Crores.

An amount of Rs.61,002.97 Crores has been spent till 31st December, 2017 for Modernisation (Capital Acquisition) under DSE, 2017-18.

The details of break-up of Budget Estimate allocation & Expenditure till 31.12.2017 for Army, Air Force and Navy (including Joint Staff) for Modernisation (Capital Acquisition) under DSE are as under:

(Rs. in crores)



BE Allocation
Actual Expenditure till 31.12.2017


Army
20178.21
16,038.06

Air Force
30899.90
30,994.47

Navy
18327.64
13,970.44

Total:
69405.75
61002.97




This information was given by RakshaRajyaMantriDr.SubhashBhamre in a written reply to Shri Harivanshin Rajya Sabha today.

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Ministry of Defence
05-February, 2018 16:30 IST

Budgetary allocation and Spending on Defence Modernisation

An amount of Rs.2,59,261.90 Crores was allocated for Defence Forces under Defence Services Estimates (DSE), 2017-18. An amount of Rs.2,16,685.59 Crores has been spent upto 31.12.2017.

At Revised Estimate stage, an additional amount of Rs.39690.18 Crores was sought, however, no additional funds were allocated under Revised Estimate 2017-18.

These funds under modernisation are utilized for induction of new equipment and technological upgradation of Capabilities identified through a comprehensive planning process, to keep the Armed Forces in a state of readiness to meet various security challenges. An amount of Rs.69,405.75 Crores was allocated for Modernisation (Capital Acquisition) under DSE in Budget Estimate 2017-18. Till 31.12.2017 the expenditure under modernisation is Rs.61,002.97 Crores.

This information was given by RakshaRajyaMantriDr.SubhashBhamre in a written reply to Shri Bhubaneswar Kalitain Rajya Sabha today.

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Ministry of Defence
05-February, 2018 16:29 IST
Make in India in Defence Sector

‘Make in India’ in defence sector, which is primarily driven by capital acquisition of defence equipment and other policy measures, has been introduced in all major areas of defence such as combat vehicles, combat aircrafts, warships, weapons, ammunitions, missiles, radars, electronic warfare systems etc.

Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO), the Research wing of Ministry of Defence has been set up with a mandate of developing cutting edge technologies and systems for Indian Armed Forces as per their specific Qualitative Requirements. The list of major projects developed by DRDO during the last three years is as under :-

  • Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas
  • Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) System
  • 155mm/52 Calibre Advanced Towed Artillery Gun System (ATAGS)
  • Weapon Locating Radar (WLR) Swati
  • High speed Heavy Weight Ship Launched Torpedo (Varunastra)
  • Anti-Torpedo Decoy System (Maareech)
  • Arudhra-Medium Power Radar
  • Akash Weapon System
  • Abhay Sonar
  • Hull Mounted Sonar (HUMSA)
  • HUMSA UG
  • Advanced Indigenous Distress Sonar System (AIDSS)
  • Near field acoustic characterization system (NACS)
  • NBC Technologies
  • NBC Recce Vehicle Mk-I
  • 120 mm FSAPDS(Fin stabilisedArmour Piercing Discarding Sabot) Mk-II Ammunition for MBT Arjun
  • 120 mm FSAPDS Practice Ammunition for MBT Arjun
  • 250 Kg Pre-fragmented Bomb
  • 46m Inflatable Radome
  • Air Bursting Grenades for Individual Weapons
  • Anti Torpedo Decoys
  • Bar Mine Layer
  • CBRNe Remotely Operated Platforms
  • Commander’s Non-Panoramic TI (Thermal Imaging) Sight for Armoured Fighting Vehicles (T-90, T-72 & BMP-II)
  • Computerized Pilot Selection System
  • Dual Colour Missile Approach Warning System for Fighter Aircraft
  • Electro-Optical Fire Control System for Naval Ships
  • Electro-Optical Sensors for Airborne Platforms
  • Enhanced Range Rocket (Pinaka Mk-II)
  • EW Suite for Fighter Aircraft
  • Exotic and Indigenous Varieties of Vegetables under Protected Environment
  • G-band CC-TWT for Weapon Locating Radar
  • Heavy Drop System - l6T
  • Integrated Automotive Vetronics Systems for AFVs
  • Ku-Band MPM based Transmitter for Airbone Radar
  • Laser Target Designator with Thermal Imager for Air Force
  • Medium Size Integrated Aerostat Surveillance System
  • Mine field Marking Equipment Mk-ll
  • Mountain Foot Bridge
  • Multi Calibre Individual Weapon System
  • Multi-Influence Ground Mine
  • Penetration-cum-Blast
  • Sub-Munition Warheads for Pinaka
  • Synthetic Aperture Radar for UAV
  • Terrain Assessment System for Trans-border Deserts in Western Sector
  • Thermo-Baric Ammunition for 120 mm Arjun Tank
  • Upgraded Troposcatter Communication System for Indian Air Force
  • Vehicle Mounted High Power Laser Directed Energy System Against RPVs/UAVs/DRONES
  • Water Mist System Validation for Fire Protection in Naval Ships.
In the last three financial years (2014-15 to 2016-17), 58 contracts were signed with foreign vendors for procurement of defence capital equipment for Defence Forces.

At present, there is no proposal to close Ordnance Factories or Defence Public Sector Units functioning under the administrative control of Department of Defence Production.

This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr.SubhashBhamre in a written reply to Shri C.P. Narayanan in Rajya Sabha today.
 
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Ministry of Defence
05-February, 2018 16:38 IST
IT Roadmap of The Defence Sector

The Information Technology (IT) Roadmap of Defence is in sync with contemporary technologies being used by advanced nations and aligned to the Digital India roadmap. Continuous steps are being taken by the Defence Services to remain updated on Information Technology and incorporate the latest technology in the ongoing projects. The Defence Services have promulgated ICT Roadmap incorporating 21 Information Technology projects during the period 2016-2020 in October 2016. The Roadmap includes ongoing and future tri-services ICT projects leading to effective use of ICT in areas such as Network Centric Operations, Information Security, Planning, Stores Management, General Administration and Hospital Management. Out of 21 projects envisaged to be completed by 2020, four have already been completed. As part of the roadmap, the Defence Communication Network (DCN) has been operationalized in July 2016. Further, under Network for Spectrum project, optical fiber is being laid to provide a dedicated backbone communication and IT network connecting stations of Army, Navy and Air Force.


Bi-annual meetings of the Defence Information Technology Consultative Committee (DITCC) are held under the Chairmanship of Raksha Rajya Mantri with the objective of monitoring the progress of IT implementation and e-governance in the three Services and Inter-Services organisations in a coordinated manner and resolving inter-organization issues that may arise during implementation. Regular interactions are also carried out with academia and industry to obtain contemporary solutions.

This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr.SubhashBhamre in a written reply to Shri D. Kupendra Reddy in Rajya Sabha today.

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Ministry of Defence
05-February, 2018 16:37 IST
Manufacture of Ammunition by Private Sectors

The Government has approved a proposal for manufacturing of selected ammunition for Indian Army by Indian Industry. Request For Proposal (RFP) for the same have already been issued.

The Defence Production Policy promulgated by the Government, aims at achieving substantive self-reliance in the design, development and production of equipment, weapon systems & platforms required for defence. It also aims at creating conditions conducive for private industry to play an active role in the sector, enhancing the potential of Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in indigenisation and broadening the defence Research & Development base in the country. In pursuance of this policy and ‘Make in India’ initiative, the Government has undertaken several measures which, inter-alia, include:-

  • Introduction of a new category of capital acquisition viz. ‘Buy (Indian-IDDM)’ in Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP-2016). Under this category, indigenously designed equipment with minimum of 40% Indigenous Content (IC), or equipment with 60% IC will be considered for acquisition. This category will be the most preferred acquisition category and above the ‘Buy (Indian)’ category. Under ‘Buy (Indian)’ category minimum IC of 40% is required and under ‘Buy & Make (Indian)’ category a minimum IC of 50% will be required in ‘Make’ portion of the scheme. The ‘Make’ Procedure has been refined to ensure increased participation of Indian industry.
  • Industrial licensing with respect to Defence sector has been revised and most of the components, parts, sub-systems, testing equipment and production equipment have been removed from the Defence Products List for the purpose of Industrial Licenses so as to remove entry barriers for industry, particularly with respect to small & medium segments.
  • Under the new FDI policy, foreign investment up to 49% through automatic route and beyond 49% through Government route has been allowed in the Defence sector.
  • Creation of level playing field between public sector and Indian private sector with regard to Exchange Rate Variation protection and levy of Excise and Customs duty.
  • Incorporation of a Policy on Strategic Partnerships in the Defence Sector in DPP-2016 intending to institutionalise a transparent, objective and functional mechanism to encourage broader participation of the private sector, in addition to Defence PSUs and Ordnance Factory Board (OFB).
The indigenous production in terms of Value of Production (VoP) in respect of OFB and Defence PSUs during the last three financial years are as under:-


Year
Value of Production
(Rs. in Crore)



2014-15
46390.01


2015-16
52968.13


2016-17
55893.65


This information was given by Raksha RajyaMantri Dr.Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri Harivanshin Rajya Sabha today.

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Ministry of Defence
05-February, 2018 16:30 IST
Engagement of Private Players in Design and Development for HAL

In order to create a sustainable defence Aerospace ecosystem, HAL has engaged private partners for Design & Development (D&D) of products and technologies.

To encourage private participations, HAL has created Research & Development (R&D) corpus of 10% of its Operational Profit After Tax (PAT).

A portal for ‘Make-in-India’ has been launched on Company’s website www.hal-india.com which gives details of various foreign Line Replaceable Units (LRUs), Systems, Spare parts, electrical, electronic items for HAL’s projects such as Advance Light Helicopter (ALH), Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), Dornier (DO 228), Hawk, Jaguar etc for indigenization by Indian private industries. Following have been hosted on HAL’s website to encourage participation of private industries:-

  • More than 300 numbers of systems and sub systems of mechanical, electrical, avionics, instrumentation for various HAL’s project such as ALH, LCA, DO 228, Hawk and Jaguar etc.
  • More than 100 Tools, Testers and Ground Equipment (TTGE) items of SU-30 MKI, which can be taken up by private companies for maintenance, repair and indigenization.
  • Details of testing facilities available at HAL for utilization by private industries.

Some of the major design initiatives taken by HAL for the following systems with the private partners are as under:



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Ministry of Defence
05-February, 2018 16:33 IST
Shortage of Ammunition for Armed Forces

The authorisation and holding of ammunition is as per operational requirement of the Indian Armed Forces. Adequate reserves have been authorised in terms of War Wastage Reserves (WWR) to cater for contingencies during war. There is adequate stock of ammunition with the Indian Armed Forces and it is well equipped for meeting any operational requirements. Further, making up of stock of ammunition to desired level is a continuous process, the requirements for which are identified every year and procurements are undertaken accordingly.

Some of the measures taken to ensure adequate availability of ammunition include placing of a Five Year Roll On Indent on Ordnance Factory Board (OFB), finalization of Ammunition Road Map in respect of certain identified ammunition and procurements thereof. In addition, financial powers to ensure the availability and maintenance of minimum levels of critical ammunition has been delegated to the Armed Forces to meet any emergent requirement and to enable maintain preparedness at all times.

The Government has taken a series of measures to enhance capacity of ordnance factory boards to meet the long term requirement of the armed forces. These include modernization of ordnance factories by replacement/ reconditioning of outlived Plant and Machinery to sustain the original capacity, acquisition of modern technology/manufacturing processes for capacity augmentation of existing product mix or creation of capacity for new product, Civil Infrastructure and services viz. Production & Services of buildings, Power supply, Water supply, Compressed Air supply etc.

This information was given by RakshaRajyaMantriDr.SubhashBhamre in a written reply to Shri Vivek Gupta in Rajya Sabha today.



PLATFORM
SYSTEM



Light Utility Helicopter (LUH)
Smart Cockpit Display System Hardware


Light Combat Helicopter (LCH)
Control and Display Unit


Data Interface Unit

Multi-Function Display Hardware


Jaguar DARIN III
Data Transfer System


SU30-MKI
Solid State Flight Data Recorder.



The private players have expressed interest to come forward to join hands with HAL. The details of major partnership with private players are as follows:-


S. No.
PRIVATE PLAYER
PRODUCTS / TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED



1.
M/S ACCORD SOFTWARE

CONTROL AND DISPLAY UNIT (CDU) FOR IADS OF LCH.

CONTROL SATURATION & WARNING SYSTEM OF ALH.


2.
M/S ACD TECHNOLOGIES

ANTENNA & DIPLEXER FOR UHF SATCOM.


3.
M/S AEROSPACE ENGINEERS

LUBE PUMP FOR ALH, LCH & LUH.

FUEL SYSTEM BELLOWS FOR ALH, LCH & LUH.

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM HOSES & HOSE FITTINGS FOR ALH, LCH & LUH.


4.
M/S ALPHA DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES

BSP (BOARD SUPPORT PACKAGE) AND FIRMWARE.


5.
M/S ANANTH TECHNOLOGIES

V/U HF POWER AMPLIFIER


6.
M/S ANANYA TECHNOLOGIES

AIR DATA ATTITUDE AND HEADING REFERENCE SYSTEM (ADAHRS) FOR JAGUAR DARIN III AIRCRAFT.


7.
M/S AMPHENOL INTERCONNECT

DIFFERENT TYPES OF SOLDERING (76 TYPES) AND CRIMPING TYPES (181 TYPES) OF CONNECTORS USED IN SU-30MKI AND MIG SERIES AIRCRAFT.


8.
M/S COMAVIA SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES

STATIC TEST JIG FOR AFCC.


9.
M/S DATA PATTERN

SMART COCKPIT DISPLAY SYSTEM FOR LUH.


10.
M/S DATASOL INOVATIVE LABS

CONTROL AND DISPLAY UNIT OF IFF FOR IJT, INDIAN NAVAL SHIPS.

INTEGRATED STANDBY INSTRUMENT SYSTEM OF SU-30MKI AIRCRAFT AND ALH.


11.
M/S ELECTRO CIRCUIT SYSTEMS

PCB DESIGN FOR VARIOUS PROJECTS

RECEIVER SUB MODULE OF IFF MK XII TRANSPONDER FOR BOING P81.


12.
M/S EXCELL RF TECKNOLOGIES

MANUFACTURE OF TRANSMITTER ANTENNA AND RECEIVER ANTENNA FOR AKASH MISSILES.


13.

M/S INDO ELECTROSTAT

SOLENOID VALVE.


14.
M/S KARNATAKA HYBRID MICRO DEVICES

MANUFACTURE OF ECCM MODULES.


15.
M/S L&T LIMITED, STRATEGIC ELECTRONIC CENTRE

PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM (OXYGEN CYLINDER, REGULATOR, HOSE, MASK)


16.
M/S MERLINHAWK AEROSPACE

TESTER FOR ENGINE, FLY BY WIRE AND AIR INTAKE CONTROL PANEL OF SU-30 MKI AIRCRAFT.


17.
M/S MAHENDRA AEROSPACE (FORMERLY PLEXION TECHNOLOGIES)

DESIGN OF LCH FRONT & CENTRE FUSELAGE.


18.
M/S RAGA ASSOCIATES

MIXER MODULE DEVELOPMENT FOR V/UHF.


19.
M/S S WAVE SYSTEMS

M/S SAMTEL HAL DISPLAY
DATA INTERFACE UNIT (DIU) FOR IADS OF LCH.

DATA TRANSFER SYSTEMS (DTS) FOR JAGUAR DARIN III AIRCRAFT.

SMART MULTI FUNCTIONAL DISPLAY (SMFD) FOR SU-30 MKI.


20.

SYSTEMS (SHDS)
MULTI-FUNCTIONAL DISPLAY (MFD) FOR IADS OF LCH.


21.
M/S SHAKTI ENTERPRISES

CREW HELMET FOR ALH.


22.
M/S SLN TECHNOLOGIES

SOLID STATE FLIGHT DATA RECORDER (SSFDR) FOR SU-30MKI.


23.
M/S SONIC MULTITECH
SIGNAL CONDITIONING UNIT USED IN MIG-29 AIRCRAFT ENGINE HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM.


24.
M/S SYSTEMS AIDS

MULTI INPUT AUDIO WARNING UNIT (MIAWU) FOR JAGUAR DARIN III AIRCRAFT.


25.
M/S SOUTHERN ELECTRONICS

STAND BY WARNING PANEL (SWP) FOR ALH & LCH.

ENGINE FIRE DETECTION UNIT FOR ALH, LCH & LUH.


26.
M/S TURBO TECH
OIL COOLING SYSTEM FOR ALH.


27.
M/S WAVELET GROUP

TPC (TURBO PRODUCT CODE) ALGORITH, DEVELOPMENT FOR SDR (SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIO).



This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri Sambhaji Chhatrapatiin Rajya Sabha today.



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Ministry of Defence
05-February, 2018 16:32 IST
Achievements in Defence Sector

Details of New Achievements / Initiatives of the Government during the last three years in the Defence Sector are as below:-



  • Reform Measures: Based on the recommendations of the Shekatkar Committee, the Government has decided to restructure posts of different corps of Army. This will free up approximately 57,000 positions of Officers/JCO’s/OR’s and civilians which will be redeployed to improve the “teeth to tail” ratio of the Indian Army in future. Further, seven Military Farms have been closed and the cattle of these Farms have been transferred to other Military Farms. Closure of six more Military Farms is in progress.
  • Decentralisation in decision making: To empower the Armed Forces as also to reduce the time taken in decision making, a number of powers exercised hitherto by the Ministry of Defence have been delegated to the Armed Forces. These include powers relating to procurement of critical Ammunition/Spares; post-contract management of capital acquisition contracts as well as revenue expenditure; full powers in respect of revenue and capital account with respect to perimeter security etc.
  • Strategic Partnership: Government’s policy on Strategic Partnership in the Defence Sector has been finalised. It is intended to institutionalise a transparent, objective and functional mechanism to encourage broader participation of the private sector in manufacture of major defence platforms and equipment.
  • Capital Acquisition for the Armed Forces: During the last three years and current year, 119 contracts involving Rs. 1,16,522.89 crore have been signed with Indian vendors and 68 contracts involving Rs. 1,24,291.33 crore have been signed with foreign vendors for capital procurements of defence equipment.
  • Policy initiatives in respect of Defence Production: ‘Make in India’ in defence sector is primarily driven by providing preference to procurement from Indian vendors under the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP), promoting indigenous design, development and manufacture of defence equipment, and other policy measures such as liberalization of the licensing regime & FDI policy by raising the cap on FDI in the defence sector, simplification of export procedure, streamlining of defence offset guidelines etc.


  • Major Achievements by Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSUs):


  • Goa Shipyard Limited delivered Naval Offshore Patrol Vessels, Damage Control Simulator, Fuel Barge, Fast Patrol Vessel for the Indian Navy and Coast Guard.
  • The Bharat Dynamics Limited developed Akash Weapon System for Army, Long Range Surface to Air Missile for the Indian Navy and test fired the Anti-Tank Guided Missile.
  • The Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited launched the Visakhapatnam Class Destroyers and commissioned the INS Kalvari, the Scorpene class Submarine.
  • During the period the Light Combat Helicopter attained initial operational clearance, first technical flight of Light Utility Helicopter was undertaken and Brahmos Integration with SU-30MKI Aircraft was undertaken by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL).
  • Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) commissioned the secure CDMA Cellular Network at Srinagar.
  • Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Limited delivered the Anti Submarines Warfare Corvette, Offshore Patrol Vessel, Water Jet Fast Attack Aircraft and Landing Craft Utility during the period.


  • Research & Development in Defence Sector: A number of major products has been developed for defence and civilian use by the DRDO. These include the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas; Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) System; 155 mm / 52 Calibre Advanced Towed Artillery Gun System (ATAGS); Weapon Locating Radar (WLR) Swati; High Speed Heavy Weight Ship Launched Torpedo (Varunastra); Arudhra-Medium Power Radar; Akash Weapon System; Abhay Sonar; Hull Mounted Sonar (HUMSA); Advanced Indigenous Distress Sonar System (AIDSS); various types of Ammunition for MBT Arjun; Anti Torpedo Decoys; Electro-Optical Fire Control System for Naval Ships; Electro-Optical Sensors for Airborne Platforms; Mountain Foot Bridge; Sub-munition warheads for Pinaka; Terrain Assessment System for Trans-border Deserts etc.
  • One Rank One Pension (OROP): The Government has implemented the One Rank One Pension (OROP) for Defence Forces Personnel.
  • Facilitating servicemen to register and vote from their place of posting: Government has already introduced e-Postal Ballot System in October 2016 to facilitate participation of service voters. The Election Commission of India (ECI) directed to undertake the process of de-novo registration of Service Voters. As per ECI data, 13.37 lakh service voter requests from Armed Forces (Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard) have been registered with ECI.
  • Army Battle Casualties Welfare Fund: A Fund namely, ‘Army Battle Casualties Welfare Fund’ has been set up w.e.f. 1.1.2016. Under this fund, assistance of Rs. 2.00 Lakh is provided to the army battle casualties which are fatal, 60% and above disability and battle casualties invalided out due to disability and Rs. 1.00 Lakh to disability less than 60%. This will be in addition to other admissible dues.


Some of the new initiatives taken during the last three years, as mentioned in reply to part (a), are long gestating by their nature and will bear fruit in the medium / long term.



This information was given by RakshaRajyaMantriDr.SubhashBhamre in a written reply to Shri P. Bhattacharya in Rajya Sabha today.

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Ministry of Defence
05-February, 2018 16:31 IST
New Weapons Procurement Policy

The new Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) - 2016 has been implemented by the Government with effect from 01.04.2016. DPP-2016, inter alia, focuses on institutionalizing, streamlining, and simplifying procedure to give a boost to the ‘Make in India’ initiative of the Government of India, through Indigenous design, development and manufacturing of defence equipment, platforms & systems. The ‘Make’ procedure has been simplified to ensure increased participation of the Indian industry.

In order to promote indigenous design and development of defence equipment, DPP-2016 has introduced a new category for capital procurement viz. ‘Buy (Indian-IDDM)’ (Indigenously Designed Developed and Manufactured). While categorising a case, this category is accorded highest priority by the Buyer. Since promulgation of DPP-2016 (i.e. 01.04.2016), a total of 79 capital contracts for `1,28,077.41 Crore have been signed (upto 30.11.2017), out of which, 46 contracts amounting to `44,219.55 Crore are with Indian vendors and 33 contracts for `83,857.86 Crore are with Foreign vendors. Further, the policy on Strategic Partnerships in the Defence Sector was also finalised by the Government in 2017 and promulgated on 31.05.2017 as Chapter-VII of DPP-2016 titled as “Revitalising Defence Industrial Ecosystem through Strategic Partnerships”. The Chapter has also been uploaded on Ministry of Defence website: https://www.mod.nic.in. The Policy on Strategic Partnerships is intended to institutionalise a transparent, objective and functional mechanism to encourage broader participation of the private sector, in addition to DPSUs / OFB, in the manufacture of defence platforms and equipment such as aircraft, submarines, helicopters and armoured vehicles.

This information was given by RakshaRajyaMantriDr.SubhashBhamre in a written reply to Shri P. Bhattacharya in Rajya Sabha today.

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