Indian Navy organises workshop to encourage MSMEs as part of Make in India


A workshop on industrial support for Indian Naval Ships based at Karwar was conducted on Tuesday at the Naval base here.

Organised by Headquarters Karnataka Naval Area and chaired by Rear Admiral KJ Kumar VSM, Flag Officer Commanding Karnataka Naval Area, the workshop was attended by a total of 150 delegates from all over the country which also included Senior Officers from Naval Headquarters and Western Naval Command, read a statement.

The aim of the workshop was to broaden the horizon of industries based in and around Karwar, by way of providing an opportunity to participate in repairs and maintenance of shipborne equipment. Read More

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