PJSC SPA Tsniitmash, the machine building division of nuclear energy company Rosatom, said today it has signed two cooperation agreements with Heavy Engineering Corporation Limited (India).
The agreements pave the way for the opening training centres in India, as well as for joint development, assimilation, and technological support of the introduction of end-to-end technologies of manufacturing products for heavy and power engineering.
The agreements were signed during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Mody’s to Moscow at the end of December 2015.
“These agreements are important steps in the overall context of Russian-Indian technological cooperation. They will allow us to organize a systematic exchange of knowledge and experience between the specialists of our companies, as well as create a basis for further development of our cooperation and implementation of large-scale joint projects,” said Konstantin Kosyrev, Deputy CEO for Scientific Work at PJSC SPA Tsniitmash.
Among other agreements, within the scope of the existing agreements, new training centers specializing in four disciplines will be opened in India in 2016. Employees of “Heavy Engineering Corporation Limited” will complete their training there. They will be taught by “Tsniitmash” specialists, and the total length of the training course will be 12 months, including the time for development and adaptation of methodological materials.