Consulting Engineers Association of India appeals to Centre to promote domestic firms within the country
A summit hosted by the body deliberated on designing an action plan to make it easy for Indian companies working in construction cum design consultancy and engineering, architecture and environmental services to enhance their exports
New Delhi: The Counseling Designers Relationship of India (CEAI) has requested the advancement of homegrown firms inside India to satisfy the fantasy of Atmanirbhar Bharat.
“We appealed to Central Government to recognise the excellent entrepreneurship skills of Indian engineering professionals and ensure fair competition and equal opportunities under International norms,” the body in a statement said.
The Worldwide Business Gathering facilitated by CEAI as of late in New Delhi in relationship with Administration Commodity Advancement Chamber (SEPC), Service of Trade and Industry, Legislature of India and Committee of Design featured “the need to salute and praise the abilities and certifications of the huge pool of Indian designing experts and specialists procuring name and distinction across the Globe by conveying A-list projects,” it added.
The summit deliberated on designing an action plan to make it easy for Indian companies working in construction cum design consultancy and engineering, architecture and environmental services to enhance their exports. An emphasis was laid on unexplored sectors like construction, which has a huge potential of having 3% of the global GDP.
Conveying the welcome location at the show, the central host and leader of CEAI Dr. Ajay Pradhan oozed certainty that Indian specialists have the experience and mastery to build any sort of complicated project in any edge of the earth.
“When Indian professionals have already excelled in building Nuclear Power Plants, Space Stations and Metro Railways, why MNCs are still being favoured for consultancy in construction of drains, sewer lines and even metro rail also in India, he said.
Dr. Pradhan appealed to the government “to take a policy decision to promote Indian engineering professionals and farms within India and push up the boosting of the export of Indigenous engineering services.”
“Taking part in the conversation, negotiators valued the endeavors of CEAI in advancing Brand India in the global market,” the assertion said.
“While focussing on the need to further strengthening Indian presence in the Middle East, Africa, CIS Countries and Asia, they suggested that India should be a Member of Inter- American Development Bank (IADB). This membership will pave the way for Indian Companies to secure business contracts funded by IADB in the vast and unexplored Latin American Market,” the statement quoted them as saying.
“The visitor speakers upheld that critical advances be taken at the public authority level to urge Indian organizations to partake in Indian Foundation improvement projects by loosening up the standards of Pre-capability (PQ) and Joint Endeavor (JV) in the worldwide offering process,” the assertion added.
The government officials present at the conclave assured all-out support in initiating appropriate actions to increase exports of Indian Companies by strengthening their bases.
The welcomed Visitor Speakers incorporate Dr. Abhay Sinha, Amit Sharma, Prof. Abhijit Shirodkar, Chakresh Jain, Senthil Nathan.S, Dr. Dhiraj Kumar Singh, Vishwas Jain, K.K.Kapila, Saroj Khuntia, Rajnikant Agrawal, Samrat Sengupta, Yashas Bhand, M.K.Sunil, Rajneesh Chopra, Rajib Roy, Pankaj Kumar Singh, Sundeep S.Chauhan, Dr. Rajashekhar R. Mathur and Yogesh Kumar Misra.
The distinguished diplomats addressed the summit through online mode included Indian Ambassador in Uzbekistan H.E. Shri Manish Prabhat, Indian High Commissioner in Singapore H.E. Shri P. Kumaran, Indian Ambassador based in Brazil H.E. Shri Suresh K.Reddy, Indian High Commissioner in Tanzania H.E. Shri Binaya Srikanta Pradhan and Indian Ambassador in Japan H.E. Shri Sanjay Kumar Verma.
The Specialized Meetings were directed by Paritosh Gupta, Amit Sharma and Yaduvendra Mathur. Bhaskar Neogi introduced a statement of gratitude in the debut meeting.
CEAI Engineering Excellence Awards were also presented to deserving engineers for their exemplary professional contribution during the occasion.