Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Tag: Aatmanirbhar Bharat

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AICTE inks pact with IBM to skill students via NEAT 2.0 platform

The courses on Cloud, Artificial Intelligence (AI), IoT, Quantum Computing, and Data Science will provide industry-relevant, technical job-role-based training for students and faculty
Economic Revival, Growth. Economy

Aatmanirbhar Package: Centre rolls out Rs 27 lakh crore economic revival plan

The Aatmanirbhar Bharat Rozgar Yojna scheme has been launched to incentivise employers for the creation of new employment along with social security benefits
Indian Army

Indian Army to procure Software Defined Radio to boost data transmission and communication capabilities

To enable the soldiers with advantages offered by technology and equip them to fight a war in the net-centric battlespace, the existing radios are to be replaced soon by indigenously developed SDR
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With eye on indigenous 5G rollout, Centre launches Rs 12,195-cr PLI scheme for telecom sector

The move is likely to reduce reliance on Chinese made telecom gears and further help in technology transfer for production of telecom equipment in India
Amazon Fire TV Stick

Amazon partners Foxconn subsidiary to manufacture Fire TV sticks in India

According to the Union IT minister, Amazon’s decision to set up a manufacturing line in Chennai is a welcome move, and it will enhance domestic production capacities and create jobs as well
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

Budget 2021 strong focus on agriculture, organic farming to accelerate India’s Atmanirbharta

The key announcement made in Union Budget 2021 focused on the agriculture sector has the potential to accelerate Prime Minister Narendra Modi vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat and promote organic farming in the country, says senior agriculture sector leaders
Union Budget, Union Budget 2021, Budget Speech, Budget 2021 highlights, Budget 2021 Announcements, Nirmala Sitharaman, Finance Minister

‘Rs 50,000 crore National Research Fund to boost India’s research ecosystem’

Allocation of Rs 50,000 crore in Budget 2021 for the National Research Fund for the next five years is a definite step towards boosting the research ecosystem in a coordinated way.
The Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Nirmala Sitharaman along with the Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Anurag Singh Thakur arrives at Parliament House to present the General Budget 2021-22. (Photo: PIB)

Budget 2021: Divestment and monetisation of assets are big strides for making India Atmanirbhar

Divestment and monetisation of assets across the industry including airports, ports, railways and freight corridors is a big stride and will go a long way in making India Atmanirbhar

BEL signs contract with Indian Navy for indigenously developed Laser Dazzlers

Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has signed a contract with the Indian Navy for initially supplying 20 Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation Dazzlers (Laser Dazzlers). The Laser Dazzler is used as a non-lethal method for warning and stopping suspicious vehicles/boats/aircraft/UAVs/pirates, etc. from approaching secured areas during both day and night. It is capable of dazzling and thereby suppresses the person’s/optical sensor’s action with disability glare in case of non-compliance to orders. It disorients/confuses and makes a person blind temporarily. It also dazzles and distracts aircraft/UAVs. It is portable, shoulder-operated and ruggedised for military use in adverse environmental conditions. Laser dazzler technology was developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). Supporting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ initiative, this unique product is indigenously designed and developed for the first time for the Armed Forces. In December 2020, BEL had won the contract-beating global Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in buy global category. These would be manufactured by the company’s Pune-based plant.
Indian Army

89 startups pitch their proposals to Indian Army

Out of 89 pitches, Army Design Bureau (ADB) has selected 13 proposals for further examination based on their viability and applicability for the Indian Army
Digital Senate
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