Session on Electronics and Electricals 14 February 2017: 1000 – 1145 Hrs, Kalinga- 1, Hotel Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru

"Innovate to Excel-The next big opportunity"

The Indian electronics industry is expected to reach USD 400 billion by 2020. The government is promoting development of electronics manufacturing throughout the country to provide world class infrastructure and facilities. The State Government of Karnataka came out with its own Electronic System Design and Manufacturing Policy aiming to capture 10% of the ESDM market in India over the next few years. In the Electrical sector, market-oriented reforms, such as the target of ‘Power for All’ and plans to add 88.5 GW of capacity by 2017 and 93 GW by 2022 which is expected to generate huge demand for power transmission & distribution equipment. This session shall focus on potential of Electronics Manufacturing and Electrical equipment manufacturing in India, catering to Domestic and Export market, and leveraging India’s Scientific, Technological and Managerial Skills for Design–led, Value Added Manufacturing.

0930 - 1000 Hrs


1000 - 1005 Hrs

Opening Remarks & Context Setting

S Chandrasekhar

Past Chairman, CII Karnataka &

Managing Director, Bhoruka Power Corporation Ltd

1005 – 1015 Hrs

Keynote Address

(Theme: Innovation-led Manufacturing)

Dr B V R Mohan Reddy

Past Chairman CII Southern Region &

Founder & Executive Chairman

Cyient Ltd

1015 – 1025 Hrs

Keynote Address

(Theme: Make in India for the World)

Sanjay Nayak

CEO & Managing Director

Tejas Networks Ltd

1030 - 1120 Hrs

Panel Discussion: Developing Electronics & Electricals Manufacturing in India

Session Moderated by: M N Vidyashankar, President, Indian Electronics & Semiconductor Association

Dr Devi Prasad Shetty
Chairman & Founder
Narayana Group of Hospitals

Vivek G Pawar

Founder & Executive Chairman

Sankalp Semiconductor Pvt Ltd

Anil Rai Gupta

Chairman & Managing Director

Havells India Ltd

Dalip Sharma

Managing Director

Delta Power Solutions(India) Pvt Ltd

Kiron D Shah

Founder & Managing Director

Velankani Group

Guruprasad Mudlapur

Managing Director

Bosch Automotive Electronics India Pvt. Ltd.


1120 - 1130 Hrs

Special Address

V Manjula, IAS

Additional Chief Secretary to Government

IT&BT and Science and Technology

Government of Karnataka

1130 - 1140 Hrs

Special Address

Aruna Sundararajan, IAS

Secretary – Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India

1140 – 1145 Hrs

Concluding Remarks

S Chandrasekhar

1145 – 1200 Hrs

Session Changeover

The session will help the attendees:

Take advantage of B2B meetings to develop business relationships

Interact with business houses, understand the business needs, develop leads and create new business avenues

Participate in exclusive seminar to gain insights into business trends and untapped opportunities


There is a huge opportunity for manufacturing of Generation Machinery: Boilers, Turbines, Generators, Transmission Machinery, Distribution Machinery. And with Increasing scope for direct exports to neighbouring countries, Investments in research and development in the electrical machinery industry are amongst the largest in India’s corporate sector, the state offers a comparative advantage in terms of manufacturing costs, market knowledge, technology and creativity

Who should attend?

The C-Suite leadership

Senior members of Electronics Hardware, Electrical companies and Allid Industries

Heads of Verticals: R & D, Business & Strategy Potential Investors