India launches policy to improve quality of local defence products


The Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) has issued a new policy to allow domestic defence companies to self-certify the quality of products that it supplies to the Indian armed forces.

The move is an apparent response from the MoD to address growing concerns about the quality of indigenously produced defence equipment.

The MoD’s Department of Defence Production (DDP) said in a recent notice on its website that the ‘scheme for self-certification’ is intended to stimulate higher levels of defence product quality and reliability. Read More

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