By 2025 the share of manufacturing in India’s GDP is targeted to grow from 17 per cent to 25 per cent. The growth of the defence sector will be critical towards achieving this target. As per the Ministry of Defence, India has already achieved its Defence Export Target of Rs 10,000 Cr. To meet the 2025 target of Rs 35,000 crore of exports, the Indian defence industry, especially start-ups and MSMEs must understand and seek the opportunities to integrate themselves into the global supply chain.
Towards this goal FICCI is organising a one-day certificate workshop for Defence Export Promotion on June 17th, 2019 at FICCI Federation House, New Delhi. Economic Laws Practice has partnered with FICCI as the knowledge partner for this workshop.
The purpose of the workshop will be to familiarise companies looking to export their products with common practices and procedures relating to export of defence/dual use items, as well as familiarise them with the support offered by MoD for exporting their products (schemes, using the defence investor cell, export markets etc). Companies already engaged in export of their items and services may also use this opportunity to train their newer workforce.
The workshop will cover the following:
- Session 1 - Export Compliance for Munition List Items
- Session 2 - Export Promotion Schemes and Incentives
- Session 3 - IPR Protection
- Session 4 - Markets for Export
- Case Study of Successful Indian Defence Exporters
Specialised rate for Start-ups and MSMEs – INR 3000 + 18%GST