Panaji, Mar 14: With more than 977 organizations and 46 nations enrolling for the up and coming Defense Expo booked in Goa, the Defense Ministry has said the occasion is controlling the way of consistent development.
“Defexpo India 2016, the ninth in the arrangement of biennial Land, Naval and Internal Homeland Security Systems Exhibition, will be held at Naqueri Quitol in Quepem taluka of South Goa from March 28-31, 2016,” the Ministry said on its site intended for this globally renowned worldwide occasion.
“Defexpo India is unmistakably controlling the way of unfaltering development and has been accepting overpowering and exceptional global reaction with every version,” it said.
This is interestingly that the Expo will go to Goa from Delhi.
As indicated by the Ministry, till date 977 organizations and 46 nations have enrolled for taking part in the Expo. For this version, nations like USA, Russia, Sweden, Republic of Korea, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates and Portugal amongst others have affirmed their support.
“The eighth version of Defexpo India held in February 2014 recorded an exceptional development in outside and also local organizations support over its past releases,” the Ministry said.
“An amazing 232 outside organizations from 32 nations took an interest in the show in 2014 alongside 15 nation structures with a development of 12.64 for every penny as far as space booking,” it said.
This year, on the principal day, March 28, hosts of classes including that on “Condition of Art Technology in Shipbuilding Initiative and Requirements of Indian Defense Shipyards” would be held. There will likewise be a session on “Global Cooperation in Futuristic Maritime Research and improvement” and “Propelled Technologies in Submarine Construction.”
On following day, March 29, the Industrial body Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) will hold day-long Global Investors’ Summit on Defense area.
Correspondingly, there will likewise be a workshop on private segment investment in Defense advancement program which will be led by Smita Nagraj, Director General (Acquisitions), Union Ministry of Defense. .