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Bharat Electronics bags contracts of Rs 5,498 crore

31 Mar 2023 , 12:12 PM

Bharat Electronics has gotten contracts worth Rs 5,498 crore from Ministry of Defence

Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) has announced that it has secured ten contracts worth Rs 5,498 crore from the Ministry of Defence (MoD).

The Ministry of Defence has signed a contract with BEL Bangalore for the supply of 90 units of EW Suite Equipment for Medium Lift Helicopters. 

Additionally, the MoD has signed a maintenance contract with BEL Bangalore for the Akash Missile System, covering two squadrons. The AMS is a medium-range surface-to-air missile system developed by DRDO and manufactured by BEL.

Further, BEL Ghaziabad has been awarded the contract for Project Akashteer, which involves the development of an Automated Air Defence Control and Reporting System. 

BEL Kotdwara has been awarded the contract to manufacture the Instant Fire Detection and Suppressing System (IFDSS) for the T 72 tank. This system has been designed indigenously by DRDO and will be produced by BEL Kotdwara.

The latest state-of-the-art Portables Software Defined Radio (SDR) for the Indian Navy, comprising 1265 units, has been jointly developed by DEAL (DRDO) and BEL, stated BEL.

The HD VLF HF Receiver is a communication equipment consisting of 1178 units, which has been specifically designed for receiving and demodulating data and voice in the VLF and HF bands of operation. The equipment will be used in Indian Navy’s ships and submarines.

The Sarang system, consisting of 12 units, will be installed on the Kamov 31 helicopters used by the Indian Navy. DLRL has developed and designed the project, which will be manufactured in Hyderabad by BEL.

BEL also received three more projects from Indian Navy – INS-SA, CMS for P17 & P28, Varuna EW.

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