Russia to impart state-of-the art Training to Indian Engineers contributing to Make in India

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NEW DELHI: Russian State Research Center JSC “RPA CNIITMASH”(which is part of Rosatom's machine building division JSC “Atomenergomash”) has concluded state of the art training courses for Indian engineers involved in heavy engineering works that would boost Make in India initiative.

These courses took place at the Center for General Engineering and Technical Education (TSOITO) in Ranchi, at the premises of HEC Ltd (one of the largest state-owned machine-building enterprises in India) with the aid of the State Department of heavy mechanical engineering.

As part of the Agreement between CNIITMASH and HEC Ltd, 120 specialists have already completed six training courses out of nine planned. The remaining 3 courses will be offered by the CNIITMASH scientists to the Indian machine builders in 2019. The final course of the current year was attended by 20 Indian engineers and was called “Technology of casting blanks equipment for heavy and power engineering” and lasted for 9 days.

The cooperation Agreement between НЕС Ltd and CNIITMASH was signed in December 2015

The Central Research Institute for Engineering Technology (JSC RPA CNIITMASH) was founded in 1929 and has the status of the State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation. It is the developer of basic materials, technologies and products of power and heavy engineering, including the most important elements of the equipment of nuclear power units with VVER-1000 reactors, nuclear power plants of the new generation NPP-2006, hydraulic and gas turbines, power units of thermal power plants, powerful presses and metallurgical units. The RPA includes five specialized institutes, a pilot plant, as well as attestation and certification centers.

JSC “Atomenergomash” is the power and machine building division of Rosatom State Corporation, and is one of the leading power engineering companies of the Russian Federation.

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