Indian telecom market is the fastest growing in the world with the second largest subscriber base. Rapid growth of the sector has fueled the demand for telecom equipment, which is estimated to exceed Rs. 1.8 trillion by the year 2020. This large domestic demand can be leveraged by domestic companies to create innovative, high-quality products and solutions that not only meet the needs of the highly-competitive Indian market, but also address the global market. More
Shri Rakesh Garg
Telecom Commission & Secretary, Department of Telecommunications, Govt. of India
It gives me immense pleasure to be associated with Telecom Equipment & Services Export Promotion Council (TEPC), an apex body for the promotion and development of export of telecom equipment & services. It represents the interest of equipment manufacturers, the service providers and other telecom stakeholders including telecom installation and turnkey solutions, telecom operation and maintenance services, telecom hardware and software, telecom network management services, telecom hardware and software, telecom network management services, telecom consultancy services.
Indian Telecom sector has been growing at a phenomenal pace, and is considered as the fastest growing telecom market in the world with 2nd largest subscriber base. Rapid growth of the sector has fueled the demand for telecom equipment, which is projected to be about Rs 1.08 trillion for the year 2015-16 and is estimated to exceed Rs. 1.8 trillion by the year 2020. This large domestic demand creates a strong base, on which domestic telecom companies have created innovative, high-quality products and solutions that not only meet the needs of highly-competitive Indian market, but can also address the global market
Mr. R. K Bhatnagar, Director General ,TEPC shared his views and experience at the just concluded Seminar on “Towards a Digitalised World: Bridging the Digital Divide” coinciding with the 2nd Edition of Global Exhibition on Services. View the presentation given by him.
Notice for Election of Vice Chairman of Governing Council TEPC on 15th March 2015 through e-Voting for balance period of existing GC i.e. up to 8th Jan 2017