At the EEPC India National Export Awards event in New Delhi, the Lieutenant Governor speaks
At the EEPC India National Export Awards event in New Delhi, the Lieutenant Governor speaks

congratulated the winners of the renowned Awards for the 2019–20 and 2020–21 fiscal years.

November 21, New Delhi: Today, at the Engineering Export Promotion Council of India (EEPC India) National Export Awards celebration, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha gave a speech and congratulated the winners of the esteemed Awards for the fiscal years 2019–20 and 2020–21.


During his speech, the Lieutenant Governor expressed his congratulations to the winners of the 52nd and 53rd EEPC India National Export Awards. He expressed the hope that their noteworthy accomplishments would encourage others to maintain high standards in the export of engineering products in the coming years.

“Under the leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, India is a global bright spot, and today we are not only contributing to global growth but also accelerating our own economic progress,” the Lieutenant Governor said.

The fact that “Engineering Goods” has emerged as one of the main drivers of export growth and has increased by 7.2 percent from the previous year, according to him, is evidence of the tireless efforts of EEPC India and our dynamic entrepreneurs to promote “Made in India” and demonstrate our capabilities to the world.

During the award ceremony, the Lieutenant Governor discussed the initiatives taken by the UT Administration to fully use Jammu and Kashmir’s enormous economic and industrial potential.

I extend an invitation to the leading figures in business to visit our cities, such as Jammu and Srinagar, and see the urban change taking place there before making an investment in the UT of J&K. This will also be your way of supporting national unity. The Lieutenant Governor said, “I guarantee every support and assistance from the UT administration.”

He said that we now have all the infrastructure needed for industrial expansion, as well as a good environment, connections, youthful talent, and an improved security situation.

“Investors may expect limitless opportunities in Jammu and Kashmir, as well as a partnership in robust, lucrative development. The Lt Governor said, “Jammu Kashmir is your new destination if you are looking at the big picture and ready to capture a new segment.”

He urged EEPC India, other stakeholders, and industry leaders to open up new doors for engineering-related firms.

The Lieutenant Governor said, “Our inclusive vision will not only provide wealth, but it will also guarantee that new technologies and innovations contribute to efficiency and productivity and also concentrate on fair and sustainable development for “Viksit Bharat.”

“I have complete faith in the engineering sector’s ability to realize India’s aspirations,” the speaker said.

Present were Arun Kumar Garodia, Chairman of EEPC India; Pankaj Chadha, Vice Chairman; Sh Pradeep Kumar Aggarwal, Regional Chairman, Northern Region; Sh Suranjan Gupta, Executive Director; and other EEPC India members, industry executives, and exporters.



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