MCCIA recognises brightest industrial minds, innovative ideas through innovation and entrepreneurship awards 2018

The awards will be distributed during a ceremony at Tilak Smarak Mandir on September 6
Pramod Choudhari, president, MCCIA, and Anant Sardeshmukh, director general, MCCIA, announced the winners of the innovation and entrepreneurship awards 2018 on Tuesday.(HT PHOTO)
Pramod Choudhari, president, MCCIA, and Anant Sardeshmukh, director general, MCCIA, announced the winners of the innovation and entrepreneurship awards 2018 on Tuesday.(HT PHOTO)
Updated on Sep 05, 2018 03:20 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Pune | By, Pune

From dimensional metrology to copper titanium alloys, from innovative agricultural trailer to robotic flagman for highway traffic safety, innovative ideas which have been successfully implemented in the business world will be recognised by the Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA) on September 6. The brains behind the ideas will be rewarded.

Pramod Choudhari, president, MCCIA, and Anant Sardeshmukh, director general, MCCIA, announced the winners of the innovation and entrepreneurship awards 2018 on Tuesday. The awards will be distributed during a ceremony at Tilak Smarak Mandir, Tilak road, on September 6 from 6 pm onwards.

Dr Nitin Karmalkar, vice-chancellor, SSPU, and Milind Kamble, founder chairman, Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, will be the chief guests.

Sardeshmukh said, “The GS Parkhe Award for innovation in entrepreneurship will be given to Orbittal Electromech Engineering Projects Pvt Ltd for solution-based R&D and LED lighting. Another company to receive the award is Versa Controls for PneuGage, which is a premier measuring instrument. Pahwa Metaltech Pvt Ltd will also receive the award for copper titanium alloys and products, like non-sparking handtools, which are completely made in India.”

Instituted in 1947, the MCCIA’s GS Parkhe Industrial Merit Awards are unique awards to encourage the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship in the city.

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