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Defance Industry-Ordinace factory


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Its about Ordinance Factory of India. Also it gives general information about India's Defense Industry.

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Defance Industry-Ordinace factory

  1. 1. Defence IndustryDefence Industry Yashodhan Yadav Viplov Patle Sandeep Londhe Govind Deshmukh Kunal Thakre MIT SCHOOL OF MANAGMENT
  2. 2. Defence Industry History Foundation- 1801-By East India Company Separate Indian Defence Ministry-1960 Privatization in Defence industry in india- 1999
  4. 4. 4 THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSETHE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE • Headed by the Defense Secretary • Deals with the Integrated Defense Staff the three services & various inter-service organizations • Responsible for defense budget, defense policy, matters relating to Parliament, defense cooperation with foreign countries and coordination of all activities
  5. 5. 5 THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PRODUCTIONTHE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PRODUCTION • Headed by the Secretary Defense Production • Deals with matters pertaining to defense production, indigenisation of imported stores, equipment & spares • Planning & control of departmental production units of the Ordnance Factory Board & the Defense Public Sector Undertakings (DPSUs)
  6. 6. 6 The Department of Defense Production overseesThe Department of Defense Production oversees the following :the following :  39 Ordnance Factories  8 Defense Public Sector Undertakings (DPSUs) - Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) - Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) - Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) - Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL) - Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL) - Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Ltd. - Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) - Mishra Dhatu Nigam Limited (MIDHANI)
  7. 7. 7  Quality Assurance  Directorate of Standardization  Defense Exhibition Organization  Indigenisation  Private Sector participation in Defense Production
  8. 8. Defence Factory all over India
  9. 9. India-US Deal • Signed In 2005 • Enhance miltary exercise • Strenthening broad base mutual exchange of intelligence • Principle to co-develop, co-produce specialised cutting edge defence equipment.
  10. 10. 10 THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE RESEARCH &THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENTDEVELOPMENT • Headed by the Secretary Defense R& D, who is also the Scientific Advisor to the Defense Minister & Director General of Defense Research & Development Organization (DRDO) • Advise the government on scientific aspects of military equipment • Formulation of research & development plans for equipment used by the services
  11. 11. 11 Quickening the Pace of Technology AdvanceQuickening the Pace of Technology Advance The Ideal Bond R & D • Mature Technologies • Product Orientation Academia Industry • Active Industry Participation • Goal- / Product Oriented Research • Applied R& D • Product Upgrade
  12. 12. Current Budget •Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has not done enough to give a much needed boost to military modernization. • The increase of Rs 24,357 crore (US$ 3.92 billion) from Rs 2,22,370 (US$35.86 billion, Revised Estimates for FY 2014–2015) to Rs 2,46,727 (US$39.8 billion, Budgetary Estimates for FY 2015–2016) is too low to even allow for inflation, which is running at about 6.0 to 7.5 percent. •Of the total allocation for defense, the army will get Rs 1,04,158.95 crore (US$16.80 billion), the navy Rs 15,525.64 crore (US$2.50 billion), the air force Rs 23,000.09 crore (US$3.70 billion), the ordnance factories Rs 2,884.23 crore (US$0.46 billion), the Defence Research and Development Organisation Rs 6,570.09 crore (US$1.06 billion)
  13. 13. LOGO OF DEFENCE INDUSTRY & Ordinance factory
  14. 14. Details of Ordinace Factory Type: Government Organisation Industry: Defence Founded: 1775 Headquarters: Ayudh Bhawan, Kolkata Area served: Worldwide Key people :Somendra Yamdagni,IOFS (Director General Ordnance Factories &Chairman, OFB)
  15. 15. • Mission • Production of State of the Art Battle Field Equipments • Vision • To Equip our Armed Forces with Modern Defence and Battle Field Equipments • To Continuously Modernise our Production Facilities • To Train and Motivate Personnel • To equip ourselves with Technologies through Acquisition, Synergy and In- house R&D • To Continuously Improve Quality • To improve operational efficiency and communications by extensive use of information technology • To improve highest level of customer satisfaction • To increase customer base in Defence, Non-Defence and Export markets and establish Global Presence
  16. 16. • Geographical Spread • There are 41 Ordnance Factories geographically distributed all over the country at 24 different locations. A visual idea of how our factories and headquarters are distributed can be had from our location • Maharashtra -10 • Uttar Pradesh - 9 • Madhya Pradesh - 6 • Tamil Nadu - 6 • West Bengal - 4 • Uttaranchal - 2 • Andhra Pradesh - 1 • Chandigarh - 1 • Orissa - 1 • Bihar - 1
  17. 17. Product Pistol/Revolver Civilian Arms & Ammunition Weapons Ammunition, Explosives, Propellants & Chemicals Military Vehicles Armoured Vehicles Optical Devices Parachutes Support Equipment Material, Components & SPMs
  18. 18. Continue.. Pistol Auto 9mm 1A 38mm Multi Shell launcher (UGRA) INSAS Light Machine Gun
  19. 19. Medium & Large Caliber Ammunition Motars bomb Large Caliber Ammunition
  20. 20. • Smerch rockets to be produced at OFAJ Indian Army's 155mm artillery gun Smerch rockets to be produced at OFAJ
  21. 21. • Armoured Vehicles Arjun MBT Mark-I, manufactured by HVF Avadi
  22. 22. • Aircraft Weapons IAF Su-30MKI's armaments, parachutes for pilot's seat and aircraft brake Tejas