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Kalam Institute of Health Technology (KIHT) will Facilitate DBT/BIRAC funded innovations

Kalam Institute of Health Technology (KIHT)  formally launched today, November 10th, 2017 at New Delhi with their 1st Governing Body meeting. KIHT, known for its unique model of bringing academia & industry together discussed the way forward for innovation and growth of Medical Devices Industry in India.

Major announcement at 1st Governing Body meeting were:

             Approval accorded for technology e-auction     KIHT identified as nodal point for medical technology program support cell for national biopharma mission            KIHT accepted as the facilitator for DBT/BIRAC funded innovations for helping them with certifications

The Governing body led by Prof. Vijay Raghavan applauded the conceptualization and idea of KIHT to support Govt. of India for focussed R&D policy in the medical devices sector through its Cell for Research and Development (CRD). Lalit Mahajan, Chairman, Mitra Industries representing (AiMeD), Association of Indian Medical Device Industry said, “Aimed is indeed a proud team member of KIHT team and emphasized that AiMeD will lead the Prioritized indigenous development of Medical Devices in India for addressing Priority Diseases in the country.”

Congratulating KIHT on its formal launch, Rajiv Nath, Forum Coordinator, AiMED said, “We are extremely happy …

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