New Delhi: During his visit to the Telecommunication Engineering Center (TEC), Shri K. Rajaraman, Secretary of the Telecommunications Department and Chairman of the Digital Communication Commission (DCC) inaugurated the Public Procurement Policy Portal (Make In India) for telecommunications products. On this portal, manufacturers / suppliers and other stakeholders can register their grievances and track the status of their complaints.
Shri K. Rajaraman today visited the Telecommunications Engineering Center (TEC) with Shri Deepak Chaturvedi, DCC member, member (Services) and other senior officials of the Telecommunications Department.
Shri Rajaraman also published the technical report on “Emerging Communication Technologies and Use Cases in IoT Domain”, Concept Paper on “Optical Fiber & Cable in Indian Telecom Network” and “TEC Handbook-2021” documented by IoT, Regional TECs and RC Division of TEC respectively.
Subsequently, the infrastructure of the MTCTE National Assistance and Assessment Center and the control laboratory, located in the premises of the TEC, were also inaugurated by the secretary (T) in the presence of the member (s) ( s) and other senior TEC staff. In addition, other TEC laboratories, namely the IoT Experience Center, IPV6 and the Green Passport laboratory, were also visited and interaction with the relevant agents was carried out.
Secretary (T) appreciated the efforts of TEC officers and stressed the importance of a collaborative approach with various stakeholders when formulating standards / specifications / guidelines for a product, keeping in mind the protection and consumer needs. He said TEC, being a technical body, can be a learning center for young officers and can become an incubation center for long-term startups.
Inauguration of the Public Procurement Policy Portal (Make In India) for Telecommunications Products by K. Rajaraman, Secretary, Department of Telecommunications
Publication of TEC Handbook-2021 by K. Rajaraman, Secretary, Department of Telecommunications.
Inauguration of the MTCTE Nationwide Assistance Center and Assessment Center and Control Laboratory infrastructure by Shri K. Rajaraman, Secretary, Telecommunications Department