Outsourcing of Information Technology (IT) Services – Draft Master Direction from Reserve Bank of India
Regulated Entities (REs) have been extensively leveraging Information Technology (IT) and IT-enabled services (ITeS) in their business, products and services with increasing dependence on third parties. Such reliance on IT/ITeS provided by third parties exposes the REs to various risks.
Primary (Urban) Co-operative Banks having asset size of ₹1000 crore and above;
Non-Banking Financial Companies in Top, Upper and Middle Layers;
Credit Information Companies; and
All India Financial Institutions (NHB, NABARD, SIDBI, EXIM Bank and NaBFID)
Purpose: The underlying principle of these Directions is that the RE should ensure that outsourcing arrangements neither diminish its ability to fulfil its obligations to customers nor impede effective supervision by the supervising authority. REs desirous of outsourcing of IT and IT enabled services shall not require prior approval from RBI. However, such arrangements shall be subject to on-site/ off-site monitoring and inspection/ scrutiny by the supervising authority.
These Directions shall apply to material Outsourcing of IT Services arrangements (as defined in para 1.7 below) entered by the REs.
What the Draft document contains ? – Applicability – Purpose – Service Provider – Information Technology (IT) Outsourcing – Material Outsourcing of IT Services: – Criticality of Outsourcing of IT Services – RE’s role in Outsourcing of IT Services- Regulatory and Supervisory requirements – Governance Framework – Role of the Board – Role of the Senior Management – Role of IT Function – Evaluation and engagement of Service Providers – Outsourcing Agreement – Risk Management – Business Continuity Plan and Disaster Recovery Plan – Monitoring and Control of Outsourced Activities – Outsourcing within a Group/ Conglomerate – Additional requirements for cross-border outsourcing – Exit Strategy
Comments : Comments / feedback from REs and other stakeholders may be submitted by July 22, 2022 through email with the subject line ‘Feedback on Master Direction on Outsourcing of IT Services’.
The final Master Direction shall be issued by Reserve Bank after considering the feedback received.
Download the Draft Master Direction Document released by RBI from the button below :
National Conference on “Management & Ensuring Safety of Medical Devices” on 9th July 2022
Objective & Targeted audience:
This training program is organised to sensitise among Biomedical/Service engineers from State/Union territory medical services Corporation, Biomedical engineers working in government/private/corporate sector in southern India, Biomedical engineering students & other stakeholders to initiate the reporting mechanism and to ensure active participation in reporting incidents related to medical equipment.
ICMR Survey on Medical Device And Diagnostics under Product Ignition & Development Enabler (mPRiDE) Program
Request for Participation In ICMR’s Landscape Study For Medical Device And Diagnostics under Product Ignition & Development Enabler (mPRiDE) Program of Medical Device and Diagnostics Mission Secretariat, ICMR
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), New Delhi, the apex body in India for the formulation, coordination and promotion of biomedical research, is one of the oldest medical research bodies in the world.
ICMR has always attempted to address itself to the growing demands of scientific advances in biomedical research on the one hand and to the need of finding practical solutions to the health problems of the country, on the other.
The Indian Medical device market is currently valued at USD 11.2 billion and is experiencing a growth rate of 15% CAGR as against growth rates observed by developed countries of about 4% CAGR. India is dependent on imports for its medical device needs with 80% of medical devices being imported. In view of the huge import, dependency and long technology development cycle of medical devices, there is an urgent need for providing holistic support across the medical device development and commercialisation cycle including R&D, scale-up, validation, regulatory compliance, market access etc.
To cater to the above challenges, ICMR has established Medical Device and Diagnostics Mission Secretariat (MDMS) with a vision to support and catalyze research, development and indigenous manufacturing of cost effective medical devices to strengthen health care sector in India and reduce import dependency through a Mission mode consortia approach. ICMR-MDMS aims to conduct a multipronged landscape study inviting medical professionals working at both Government and Private Institutes to provide their opinion on the medical device and diagnostic products as they are the Key Opinion Leaders and the end users of the products.
The objectives of the study are:
(i) To identify various medical devices/sub-sectors/verticals based on unmet healthcare needs and contribute to import dependency in the Country with inherent potential for societal impact. (ii) To strategize, categorize, prioritize, and plan devices/sub-sectors/verticals for extending funding support in a phased manner initially focussing on low end devices, which can deliver volumes and then graduating to high end devices as the program progresses, for accelerating unmet need driven devices and diagnostics product development for wide societal impact. Medical professionals in both Government and private medical colleges/ institution are requested to fill the virtual survey form. The form can be accessed through the link given below. A guidance document is also enclosed for your kind perusal for assisting in filling up the form.
Expression of Interest For Transfer of Technology from CDAC
Announcement from CDAC – CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ADVANCED COMPUTING
Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is the premier R&D organization of Ministry of Electronics& Information Technology (Meity) for carrying out R&D in IT, Electronics and associated areas. More details about C-DAC can be found at www.cdac.in
CDAC, Mohali, originally established as CEDTI (Center for Electronics Design & Technology of India) in the year 1989 is a leading organization of the Ministry of Electronics and IT, Govt. of India for electronics and related technologies. The electronics section has executed several Govt. Of India projects in fields of medical and agriculture. A few products / technologies developed during the course of different projects / initiatives have been refined are being offered for ‘Transfer of technology’. At this point of time, the following products are offered on a non-exclusive basis. After due process as per the CDAC’s ToT policy, the successful bidder shall be provided full technical support to productionise and market the products in Indian markets as per the applicable norms.
Mini Hydroponics system &
Wireless auscultation training system
The technology will be transferred on non-exclusive basis.
The procedure shall involve the following steps –
Call for Expression of interest. The interested Organizations/Entrepreneurs/Agencies can inspect the prototype of the product at CDAC Mohali, before submitting their sealed bid of EoI
The TOT committee will analyze received EoI’s on the basis of Technical and financial position, capability and reputation of the applicants. The short listed applicants shall be asked for submission of their sealed best price (financial) bids.
TOT Committee will do the screening and issue offer letters for TOT to one or more applicants based on highest bid or higher than the certain minimum fixed by the empowered authority.
The selected Organizations/Entrepreneurs/Agencies will pay the TOT fees and sign the agreement for TOT.CDAC will then transfer the technology, hand over all the supporting documents and will provide full technical support and training to the TOT partner.
The ToT package shall contain the following
Document(s) for design and fabrication with block diagram and schematic level explanation of the system.
Bill of Materials of the total system.
Gerber files for PCB design.
Source code of the software.
Test plan and procedure.
Guidelines for field trial and commissioning.
Handholding support for a period of 6 months.
General terms & conditions
The last date for receipt of EoI in the attached template (format) is 6 pm. of 31st January , 2022.
This transfer of technology shall be on a non-exclusive basis.
An expert committee will scrutinize the applications for follow-up action. The applicants may be called for a presentation regarding their strengths and business proposals.
All incidental expenditure incurred in preparation/ submission or presentation of the EoI shall be borne by the participating Organizations/Entrepreneurs/Agencies.
Participation in this EoI does not guarantee any association with C-DAC unless notified by C-DAC in writing.
C-DAC reserves the right of rejecting any offer without assigning reasons.
Any offer received after due date/time will not be accepted.
There is neither a business guarantee nor any commitment for funding support from C-DAC to the appointed/ Empanelled agencies.
A Committee of experts constituted by the competent authority (Director General, CDAC in congruence with Executive Director, CDAC Mohali) will assess capabilities and strengths of the applicant/industry before finalizing the TOT. The minimum turnover of the organization in last three years and/or the manufacturing capabilities may be fixed as one of the eligibility criteria for short listing o f the applicants.
The shortlisted applicants shall then be invited for financial bidding. C-DAC Mohali reserves the right for asking security fee. Based on value quoted and subject to minimum fixed by committee; one or more of the applicants shall be selected for TOT.
The selected applicant willing to take technology for commercial exploitation will be required to enter into a ToT agreement with C-DAC as per the terms and conditions approved by the competent authority for the purpose.
The decision of the committee/ Director General, C-DAC / Executive Director C-DAC, Mohali shall be binding on all concerned.
Who can apply?
•Organizations/Entrepreneurs/Agencies with experience or interest in Electronics or Information and Communications Technology (ICT)
•Organizations/Entrepreneurs/Agencies willing to take up the local production and manufacturing of Electronic Stethoscope.
How to apply?
Interested Organizations/Entrepreneurs/Agencies may send expression of interest with their details by filling the questionnaire as per Annexure – A along with supporting documents to following address.
The participants may then be asked for financial bidding for the transfer of technology.
Executive Director Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) A 34, Phase VIII Industrial Area, Mohali(Near Chandigarh)Punjab ,INDIA Phone: +91-172-6619000, 2237052-57 Fax: +91-172-2237050-51
Note: For any queries please contact : Ms. Brijinder Kaur Tel: + 91-172-6619073, Email: email@example.com
Download the EoI Document here for more detailed information :
Tata Medical and Diagnostics has developed a kit “OmiSure” for detecting Omicron variants in RT-PCR Tests
Tata Medical and Diagnostics has developed a kit called “OmiSure” that can detect Omicron variants of SARS-CoV2 in nasopharyngeal / oropharyngeal specimens during RT-PCR testing. As per the company’s press release, the test kit is compatible with all standard real-time PCR machines. This kit can detect Omicron variants as well as other variants of SARS-CoV2 reported so far.
Currently, patients with Omicron are detected only after genomic sequencing. This test helped eliminate that step and could make detections during the test. The kit was developed to detect new variants of SARS-CoV2 directly and very specifically. Head of Research and Development , TATAMD said the first target is based on the S gene dropout or S gene target disorder (SGTF) and the second target is based on the S gene mutation amplification (SGMA). The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has approved the kit.
Presently, the Omicron variant is being detected using test kits developed by US-based Thermo Fisher which uses S-Gene Target Failure (SGTF) technology, which is also used by OmiSure.
In its letter approving the kit, the ICMR stated: “The tests have been performed as per the manufacturer’s instructions. Responsibility for batch-to-batch consistency lies with the manufacturer.”
The company had applied for a license with the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO). The kit will be manufactured by TATAMD at the Sriperumbudur facility in Tamil Nadu once the license is approved by the CDSCO. The company currently has daily capacity of 2,000,000 kits and plan to increase the capacity from 5,000,000 to 10,00,000 by the third week of January. The kits are manufactured in both the domestic and international markets. The company also applied for a patent for this kit .
Semiconductors and Display Fab Ecosystem – PLI Scheme for Manufacturing in India
Program for Development of Semiconductor and Display Manufacturing Ecosystem Notified
In furtherance of the vision of Aatmanirbhar Bharat and positioning India as the global hub for Electronics System Design and Manufacturing, the Cabinet approved the comprehensive program for the development of sustainable semiconductor and display ecosystem in the country with an outlay of Rs.76,000 crore (>10 billion USD). The programme will usher in a new era in electronics manufacturing by providing a globally competitive incentive package to companies in semiconductors and display manufacturing as well as design. This shall pave the way for India’s technological leadership in these areas of strategic importance and economic self-reliance.
Semiconductors and displays are the foundation of modern electronics driving the next phase of digital transformation under Industry 4.0. Semiconductors and display manufacturing is very complex and technology-intensive sector involving huge capital investments, high risk, long gestation and payback periods, and rapid changes in technology, which require significant and sustained investments. The programme will give an impetus to semiconductors and display manufacturing by facilitating capital support and technological collaborations.
The programme aims to provide attractive incentive support to companies / consortia that are engaged in Silicon Semiconductor Fabs, Display Fabs, Compound Semiconductors / Silicon Photonics / Sensors (including MEMS) Fabs, Semiconductor Packaging (ATMP / OSAT) and Semiconductor Design.
Following broad incentives have been approved for the development of semiconductors and display manufacturing ecosystem in India:
Semiconductor Fabs and Display Fabs:The Schemes for Setting up of Semiconductor Fabs and Display Fabs in India shall extend fiscal support of up to 50% of project cost on pari-passu basis to applicants who are found eligible and have the technology as well as capacity to execute such highly capital and resource intensive projects. Government of India will work closely with the State Governments to establish High-Tech Clusters with requisite infrastructure in terms of land, semiconductor grade water, high quality power, logistics and research ecosystem to approve applications for setting up at least two greenfield Semiconductor Fabs and two Display Fabs in the country.
Semi-conductor Laboratory (SCL): Union Cabinet has also approved that Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology will take requisite steps for modernization and commercialization of Semi-conductor Laboratory (SCL), Mohali. MeitY will explore the possibility for the Joint Venture of SCL with a commercial fab partner to modernize the brownfield fab facility.
Compound Semiconductors / Silicon Photonics / Sensors (including MEMS) Fabs and Semiconductor ATMP / OSAT Units: The Scheme for Setting up of Compound Semiconductors / Silicon Photonics / Sensors (including MEMS) Fabs and Semiconductor ATMP / OSAT facilities in India shall extend fiscal support of 30% of capital expenditure to approved units. At least 15 such units of Compound Semiconductors and Semiconductor Packaging are expected to be established with Government support under this scheme.
Semiconductor Design Companies: The Design Linked Incentive (DLI) Scheme shall extend product design linked incentive of up to 50% of eligible expenditure and product deployment linked incentive of 6% – 4% on net sales for five years. Support will be provided to 100 domestic companies of semiconductor design for Integrated Circuits (ICs), Chipsets, System on Chips (SoCs), Systems & IP Cores and semiconductor linked design and facilitating the growth of not less than 20 such companies which can achieve turnover of more than Rs.1500 crore in the coming five years.
India Semiconductor Mission: In order to drive the long-term strategies for developing a sustainable semiconductors and display ecosystem, a specialized and independent “India Semiconductor Mission (ISM)” will be set up. The India Semiconductor Mission will be led by global experts in semiconductor and display industry. It will act as the nodal agency for efficient and smooth implementation of the schemes for setting up of Semiconductor and Display Fabs.
Scheme for setting up of Semiconductor Fabs in India
A Dedicated Portal For India Semiconductor Mission Launched
The government of India has launched a new portal solely dedicated to the India Semiconductor Mission. This portal will serve as one window for all the works related to applications for the recently announced semiconductors program in the country.
A dedicated portal – https://ism.gov.in for the ISM shall serve as a single window for registering and filing applications under the three schemes viz.
(i) Scheme for setting up of Semiconductor Fabs in India;
(ii) Scheme for setting up of Display Fabs in India; and
(iii) Scheme for setting up of Compound Semiconductors / Silicon Photonics / Sensors Fab and Semiconductor Assembly, Testing, Marking and Packaging (ATMP) / OSAT facilities in India
The government is expecting 15 to 20 companies to be supported in each category that is Compound Semiconductor and ATMP. It will provide up to 50 percent of Project cost for two semiconductor and two display fabs in the country. The Application window starts January 1 and will be open for 45 days. Support under the scheme shall be provided on pari-passu basis for a period of six years. The capital investment threshold stands at a minimum of ₹20,000 crore, while the revenue threshold is at a minimum of Rs 7,500 Crore in any of the three financial years preceding the year of submission. India presently relies completely on imports for meeting its semiconductor needs.
Mannequins (Laerdal) for training of CPR for COVID Preparedness a) Intubation b) Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) c) Peripheral, Central and Arterial Cannulation d) Front of neck Access (Cricothyroidotomy and tracheostomy)
Ilizarov Instrumentation Set Complete with Accessories as
Image analyser cum viral foci counter
Immunoanalyser (Chemiluminescence based) fully automated with UPS back up
In vivo Animal imaging System
Individually ventilated cages/housing system for small animals
Infant Multipurpose Resuscitator cum Operating Beds
Intense Pulse Light Device
Intra Operative Nerve Monitoring
Invasive BP Monitoring System
Inverted Fluorescent Microscope with Live Cell Imaging Capability
Inverted Trinocular Epifluorescence Microscope with Imaging system
IPL (Intense Pulse Light System)
IUD insertion trainer uterus
Karl Fischer Titrator (Semi-Micro Determination of Water)
Laparoscopic Surgery set with High-Definition camera
Laparoscopic Surgery Set with Hysteroscope & resectoscope with High-Definition Camera & Monitor
Laser for existing Confocal Microscope
LEEP System with Smoke Evacuator & integrated cart
Leyla Retractor System
Life Port Kidney Transporter With 05 Sets of Expendables with Each Equipment (PAC)
Liquid Based Cytology System
Liquid Particle Counter
Low Energy Linear Accelerator (LA) System
Magnetic Bead based Multiplex Immunoassay system
Measurement of Lung clearance index (LCI)
Medical Thoracoscope (semi rigid)
Melting- Point Apparatus
Metaphase Finder System with Fluorescence
Micro Needling Radio Frequency Equipment
Microinjection system (Microinjector, Micromanipulator, Pipette puller)
Micro method bilirubin analyser
Microplate multimode reader
Microscope (with Phase Contrast and Camera attachment)
Microvascular Instruments Set
Microwave digestion System
Motor (electric) Dermabrader
MRI 1.5 T
MRI 3T T
MSK-USG with linear transducer
Multimode Microplate Reader and Fluorometer
Multiplex Protein Array System
Multiplex Suspension Array System based on xMAP Technology
NdYag Laser with IPL
ND Yag Laser(1064nm)
Nerve stimulator (intra operative)
Neuro Surgical Drill with all attachments.
Neuropathy analyser-vibration perception threshold + temperature perception threshold
Neurosurgery Operating Table with Accessories
New-born Resuscitation Manikin
Next Generation Sequencer – Higher Version
Next Generation Sequencer – Lower Version
Next generation sequencing machine
Nursing baby with SimPad/Nursing kid with SimPad system
Operating Microscope (Plastic Surgery)/Plastic Surgery Operating Microscope
Ophthalmic Operating Microscope
Orbitrap Proprietary Mass Spectrometer
Orthopantomogram (OPG) unit
Pacemaker Dual Chamber – External
Pacemaker Single Chamber – External
Patient Care Simulator
Patient Care Simulator with Sim Pad
Patient warming System
Paediatric Bronchoscope set
Paediatric cystoscope and resectoscope set/Cystoscope & Resectoscope – Paediatric
Paediatric High Resolution Fibre Flexible Bronchoscope with recorder and Screen Display
Paediatric laparoscopy set
Paediatric rigid Esophagoscope
Physical assessment simulator
Platform pedography system
Point of Care Device for estimation of Cardiac Biomarkers (CKMB, Troponin, BNP, Myoglobin) and PT-INR
Point of Care Machine (Trop I, BNP, CPK-MB, CRP)
Polarimeter with Multi Wavelength
Portable Colour Doppler
Portable colour doppler with echo probe
Portable Echocardiography system
Portable Fluorescence Microscope
Portable Ultrasound & Colour Doppler
Potentiometric Titrator with necessary electrode
Power Assisted Liposuction System
Power Tools for Craniomaxillofacial and hand surgery (Electric micro drill)
Powered Liposuction Set
Preparative floor model refrigerated ultracentrifuge
Protein purification system
Pulsed Field Electrophoresis System
Pure tone Audiometer
QTOF Mass Spectrometer
Quaternary FHPLC (Fast High Pressure Liquid Chromatography) with Fluorescence + visible and PDA detectors with columns and autosampler (Inclusive Software programme + computer + printer+ Online UPS with at least 1 hr backup)
Radiofrequency Generator with integrated vessel sealing and cutting system
Random access medium throughput fully automated chemistry analyser
Real Time PCR machine with standalone UPS unit
Realtime PCR based detection system for specialised pathogens & viruses
Rigid Thoracoscope (VATS)
Semi-automated ELISA system with washers
Semi Rigid Pleurovideoscope
Shaver System cum micro drill
Single Channel transcutaneous oxygen monitor
Single Planar C-Arm Fluoroscope plus DSA with Fluoroscope Compatible OT Table
Small animal behavioural monitoring, tracking and analysis system with accessories (For safety pharmacology)
Super Microsurgery System
Temporary Pace Maker Dual Chamber
Thalassaemia And Hemoglobinopathy Testing/Screening System
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator
Transcutaneous bilirubin analyser
Transillumination Caries Detector
Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer
Tube feeding simulator (NG, OG and PEG)
Ultra-High Performance Liquid Chromatography
Ultracentrifuge with HEPA filter and necessary rotors
Ultra-Fast Liquid Chromatography
Ultrasonic cutting and Coagulation device
Ultrasound (A+B scan)
Ultraviolet/ Visible Spectrophotometer
UV- vis Spectrophotometer
Vacuum assisted wound closer system
Vacuum Assisted Tissue Processor
Venepuncture and injection arm
Venous Coupler System
Vertical Gel Electrophoresis Apparatus with Western Blotting Apparatus
Video Bronchoscopy system
Video EEG (EEG apparatus 32 channel digital model with Videometery, stimulus evoked response signal
Western Blot Apparatus with Compatible Power Pack
Workstation for Multi-PTM analysis (Proteomics)
Note: List-1 is based on the details, furnished by procuring agencies, till by November 2021 and the List-2 is based on the further details furnished by procuring agencies subsequently.
This Annexure contains the list of Medical Devices/Equipment, with the details of available local manufacturers, as collated from the Domestic Medical Device manufacturing Associations such as AiMED & ADMI and KIHT (based on the details of medical devices, as furnished by the procuring agencies)
Note: The details, as received from the Associations, are incomplete and hence, the concerned local manufacturers are requested to give their full details, as requested in the Notice, to the mail id given in the announcement – firstname.lastname@example.org
DoP lists around 500 medical devices and equipment for which it could not identify any local manufacturers
Even though the government had way back in 2017 announced preference to Make-in India products under public procurement, the Department of Pharmaceuticals (DoP) has identified around 500 medical devices for which there is no data on the local manufacturers available even after its attempt to collect data from the domestic manufacturers association.
If no information is received till the end of December, the DoP will further proceed with the action, arriving that the local manufacturers are not available for these medical devices. This comes at a time when there has been a huge push towards Make in India projects and domestic industries have been demanding more preference to the local manufacturers.
For another 237 products it was able to collate data from the domestic medical devices manufacturing associations.
The Department of Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) has issued the Public Procurement (Preference to Make in India) Order, 2017, on September 16, 2020, following which the DoP had issued guidelines on February 16, 2021 for implementation of the Order related to procurement of goods and services in medical devices.
The DoP received various representations from the procuring agencies under the Government of India with regard to non-availability of Class I and Class II suppliers for identified medical devices or equipment. An exercise was done by the Department to ascertain the local manufacturers from different sources for these identified medical devices and equipment, including from the domestic manufacturers association.
“However, recognising that the manufacturers of the identified medical devices may be spread across the country and may not be member of any manufacturers Association and also to give a reasonable opportunity, the said medical devices/equipment, as received from the procurement agencies are being put in public domain to collect details of local manufacturers,” said a latest public notice issued by the DoP.
It has sought details including name of the manufacturing entity, address of registered office and manufacturing location, contact details, email ID and phone numbers, local content percentage of the medical devices, specifications of the medical device equipment and whether it is registered with the government e-Marketplace portal, for smooth implementation of the public procurement policy which gives preference to domestic manufacturers with sufficient local content.
If no information is received in the email-ID provided by the Department latest by December 31, 2021, further action will be taken, arriving that local manufacturers are not available for these medical devices/equipment.
For details of the specifications of the medical devices or equipment in the list, the manufacturer may contact agencies like Central Medical Service Society of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Employees State Insurance Corporation of Ministry of Labour, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, Procuring agencies of Ministry of Railways, Director General of Armed Forces Medical Services and HLL Infra Tech Services Ltd of Ministry of Health.
The list 1 of 128 medical devices and equipment for which public procurement agencies were not able to identify local manufacturers include intra-aortic balloon pump, video assisted thoracic surgery and minimally invasive cardiac surgery instrument set, flow track cardiac out monitoring device, ENT Coblator system and standard set of wands, among others. The list 2 of 365 medical devices and equipment include 4D echocardiography, ambulatory blood pressure monitor continuous glucose monitoring system, animal simulator for pharmacology, antibiotic zone reader, blood bank management system using RFID technology, among others. The List 1 was based on details furnished by the procuring agencies till November, 2021 and the List 2 was based on further details submitted subsequently.
Outcome of COP26 for India and Abroad – Webinar from Service Export Promotion Council
Announcement from SEPC :
We are Organising a webinar on COP26. A business unit can sell its carbon points and gets incentives on financing and special offers in most of the member countries.
Any kind of environmental steps that a company takes is monetary benefit to them, especially if they are exporting. How to do this can be learnt through this session . Plus there will also be a session on all services and incentives by SEPC.
India International Medical Equipment Expo – Invitation Dec 11th – Dec 13th 2021
Announcement from Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone
Dr Jitendra Sharma, MD & CEO, AMTZ is inviting you to the IIME Expo, scheduled to happen from the 11-13th Dec 2021 , hosted at Kalam Convention Centre, Vizag, celebrating 3 years of completion of AMTZ.
A unique platform for Medical devices & Equipment manufacturers, Hospital Infrastructure and consumables to meet and network with the Medical Fraternity including Hospital Owners/Management, Consultants, Surgeons & Physicians, Speciality centres etc under one roof.
Exhibitor Product Profile
Profile of exhibit based on Sutures & Sealing Devices, Patient Monitoring Devices, 3D Printers, Machines / Systems, Medical Furniture, Surgical Equipment, Endoscopy Equipment, Dialysis Machines, Lab Equipment, Consumables, Uniforms/Garments, Autoclave, EtO, Drapes, Surgical Equipment, Endoscopy Equipment, Manikins, Gloves, Drug Delivery / Extraction disposables, X-ray, Ultrasound, Digital Imaging, Helicopters & Private Jets, EMS Technology Solutions.
The event will see dignitaries from the Government of India, champions of med-tech, business leaders and hospitals congregating to celebrate our collective success.
Venue : India International Medical Equipment Expo 2021 Sat, 11 Dec 2021 – Mon, 13 Dec 2021 Kalam Convention Center Visakhapatnam, India
WORLD QUALITY MONTH – INDUSTRY CONNECT KNOWLEDGE SERIES – WEBINARS
Global focus on Product/Service Quality and Safety has undergone a dramatic change after the pandemic crisis across the globe.
Quality and Safety of Global Public Goods call for International Alignment of Standards, Certifications, Testing norms etc to ensure that Consumers Health, Safety and Well being is not compromised.
Responsible Production is the Global Call of Action and the it’s the Responsibility of the Global Markets to ensure Responsible Supply Chain as Consumer Welfare measure. Global economy is moving towards Borderless Economy and many countries will have market access to global markets due to supply chain shortages. The countries which assure Authentic and Responsible Supply Chains will have strong acceptance across the globe.
India too is seeing a huge surge in exports as well as in imports of Products and Services and how do to ensure that Consumers are assured of Quality and Safe Products and Services in domestic as well as in International Markets.
It is in this context that Consultants Consortium of Chennai (CCC) is rolling out series of Knowledge Sessions to Celebrate the November Month of Quality by connecting Industry and Stakeholders to various sessions which are the need of the hour programs.
CCC has scheduled 6 sessions spread , across the month of November, starting from November 11th 2021 till end of the month. Multiple sessions covering various sectors are scheduled.
CCC will keep communicating and inviting all stakeholders and industry to the sessions. Sessions will have the support of industry, academia, young entrepreneurs, innovators forums and various other stakeholder organizations.
This information is being shared to facilitate industry, academia, startups, Management Systems Consultants and various other stakeholders to register for the sessions .
Sessions are conducted through Virtual Mode and there is NO REGISTRATION FEE.