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Telecom India 2021: More than 45 Countries Participate

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The TEPC (Telecom Equipment export Promotion Council) commenced a virtual session: India Telecom 2021, an Exclusive International Expo held under Market Access Initiative Scheme (MAI) of Department of Commerce, Government of India with the support of Department of Telecommunications and Ministry of External Affairs.

The event was inaugurated by Shri. Sanjay Shamrao Dhotre, Minister for State for Communications, Education and Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India. The annual event is a forum for convergence of technologies and business exchange, covering strategies and learning that transcend current day industry’s potential practices of unlocking ICT services across multiple domains, thus proving to be a worthwhile event for Indian Exporters, Telecom and IT Stakeholders mainly.

India is a fast growing telecom market fueled by data growth. A lot of domestic telecom companies strive to cater to the needs of India as well as markets worldwide through creating innovative, high quality products and solutions.

"The Government has been striving to fulfill Hon’ble Prime Minister’s vision of Digital India, which will bridge the digital divide in the country by uniting urban India with rural Bharat, foster financial inclusion by making critical services available to everyone remotely and provide connectivity to the last mile".

“The Government has been striving to fulfill Hon’ble Prime Minister’s vision of Digital India, which will bridge the digital divide in the country by uniting urban India with rural Bharat, foster financial inclusion by making critical services available to everyone remotely and provide connectivity to the last mile". He also mentioned that "Indian manufacturers have already made significant strides in exports of IT and telecom products to several countries. Indian IT and telecom products are of world class quality and are globally competitive in technology and price. The government has announced the Production Linked Incentive (PLI) schemes for various sectors, including telecom sector, to become a part of the global supply chain”, said Sanjay.

The event is being attended by more than 1000 delegates including 200 foreign delegates from more than 45 countries. More than 40 Indian Telecom companies are presenting their state of the art products and capabilities at the exhibition by TEPC as a part of the event. In addition, the Indian companies are looking forward to partnering with foreign buyers and provide skill development and training.

The TEPC was established to develop Export of Telecom Equipment and Services by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry and Ministry of Communications, Government of India. The council aims at organizing several activities aimed at exports promotion like Commissioning of Studies to find potential markets, holding of National and International Seminars and facilitating participation of exporters in various overseas exhibitions.

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