IPC INDIA NEWS
IPC India supports government initiave.
IPC India is thankful to Udyog Manthan Team for inviting at virtual panel session on Electronics System Design &
Manufacturing (ESDM) held on February 10. Sanjay Huprikar, President (Europe & South Asia operations) presented on
"Importance of Skilling & Standards for Enhancing Quality & Productivity in the Indian ESDM Sector". Sanjay highlighted
52% IPC certification growth in India during 2017-2019, which shows and how Indian Members are serious in achieving
high-quality end product in the manufacturing process.
IPC India participated at AIMTRONfest 2021
IPC India Executive Director Gaurab Majumdar participated at AIMTRONfest 2021 at Vadodara on Feb 18. Gaurab mentioned
"Aimtron hosted the event to honor the relationship developed with Growth partners - Customers and Supply Chain and IPC
India is thankful to be part of the journey and it was great to meet Aimtron CEO and team".
IPC Webinar on 19 February 2021
100+ IPC India Members from Automotive Electronics Sector participated at the webinar on February 19 - "Importance of Standards & Skilling in the
Automotive Electronics Industry". We would like to thank ASDC for supporting the session. David Bergman presented on "Global Electronic Industry
Standards applicable to Automotive Industry"
and Arindam Lahiri's presentation highlighted "Technology, changing the landscape of skill requirement
in the automotive industry"
IPC Webinar on 26 February 2021
150+ members from PCB/PCBA industry participated at the Webiniar on Friday 26 – "Importance of Printed Circuit Board Standards in Electronics
Manufacturing" presented by our MIT - C S Nagaraj. PCB's constitute the base of most electronic circuits and enable connecting electronic and
electrical components. Used in industry application ranging from consumer electronic products, automotive, medical, defense, aerospace, LED,
solar, ICT, railways, power, telecommunications, broadcasting.
Courses tentatively scheduled by IPC India for March 2021:
||Mode of Training
|IPC/WHMA-A-620 D CIS/CIT
||Acceptance for cable and wire Harness Assemblies
||08 - 10 Mar
||Instructor Led Virtual with Hands on Practical Session (In house)*/Bangalore Skill center
||Register for Course
|IPC J-STD-001 G CIS/CIT
||Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies
||15 - 19 Mar (with test)
||Instructor Led Virtual/Hands on Practical Session (In house under Invigilator)/Bangalore Skill center
||Register for Course
|IPC-A-600 J CIS/CIT
||Acceptability of Printed Boards
||23 - 24 Mar
||Instructor Led Virtual
||Register for Course
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|Courses conducted during February 2021
- IPC/WHMA-A-620 D CIS/CIT (Acceptance for cable and wire Harness Assemblies): 02 - 04 Feb 2021
- IPC-7711/21 C CIS/CIT (Rework, Modification and Repair of Electronic Assemblies): 08 - 12 Feb 2021
- IPC-A-610 G CIS/CIT (Acceptability of Electronic Assembly): 10 - 12 Feb 2021
- IPC-7711/21 C CIS/CIT (Rework, Modification and Repair of Electronic Assemblies): 15 - 19 Feb 2021
- IPC-CID+ (Advanced) (Certified Interconnect Designer): 17 - 20 Feb 2021
- IPC J-STD-001 G CIS/CIT (Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies): 22 - 26 Feb 2021
- IPC-A-600 K CIS/CIT (Acceptability of Printed Boards): 24 - 26 Feb 2021
"IPC-WHMA-620 CIT course is profoundly designed to suit all types of learners (auditory, Visual and kinaesthetic learners).
The course gave me thorough understanding of processes/activities performed on wire- harness assemblies especially about the terminations and its types.
With a structured presentation on all the topics, and the trainer's profundity upon the subject, made the training exemplary."
- G Hemanth, Engineer – Aerospace and Defence, HTL Limited, Chennai
• Acute shortage of semiconductors: Why India should see it as an opportunity?
The semiconductor industry carries huge potential. It is a highly demanded commodity. There is a huge scope not
just in the domestic market but also to emerge as a global supplier. However, the industry requires heavy capital
expansion. Before manufacturing semiconductor chips, India will need to be self-sufficient in manufacturing
Printed Circuit Board Assembly (PCBA) . . .
• Ampere Electric To Invest Rs 700 Crore Over 10 Years To Set Up EV Plant In Tamil Nadu.
Nagesh Basavanhalli, Group CEO & MD, Greaves Cotton Limited, said, "This is a historic milestone for Greaves
Cotton, as we outline our investment to transform the clean mobility landscape in India. This plant is
dedicated to the State of Tamil Nadu and our Nation . . .
• Bharat Forge Joins Hands with Paramount Group to Manufacture Armoured Vehicles.
"This collaboration brings together the manufacturing and technology excellence of two leading companies, which
have matching synergies and complementary capabilities. The Kalyani M4 is a fantastic new generation vehicle,
and we want to position it as the future of protection in all markets worldwide," Bharat Forge Deputy Managing
Director Amit Kalyani said.
• India's domestic PCBA demand to hit $81.5 bn by 2025-26: Report.
"PCBA is a major segment for future manufacturing and in terms of exports. Out of all the electronics imports,
PCBA still accounts for almost 15 per cent," Saurabh Gaur, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Electronics and
Information Technology (MeitY), said in a statement . . .
• Amazon, Foxconn to start device manufacturing in India.
US e-commerce giant Amazon announced commencement of its first manufacturing line in India for making its
Fire TV Stick devices in the country. It will partner contract manufacturer Cloud Network Technology,
a subsidiary of Foxconn, and production will start later this year from Chennai . . .
• Three electronic manufacturing clusters for A.P.
Mr. Ravi Shankar Prasad stated that his ministry had approved 19 greenfield EMCs in the country, of which
three were allotted to A.P. (all of them in the Tirupati parliamentary constituency) with a
committed investment of ₹6,852 crore . . .
• Here's why these places are India's top manufacturing hubs.
Micro, small and medium enterprises, which largely comprise the manufacturing sector, contribute about 30
percent to India's GDP growth and about 49 percent to exports, one of the key revenue generating streams . . .
• 08 March 2021: IPC India is organizing a Virtual Networking Session on "Women in Indian Electronics Designing & Manufacturing" on the
occasion of International Women's Day.
• 08 - 12 March 2021: IPC fliagship show Apex goes virtual https://www.ipcapexexpo.org/
• 24 - 26 March 2021: IPC India Partner Association at Embedded Tech expo
at New Delhi.
IPC APEX EXPO - 2021
Given continued restrictions in the state of California for large gatherings and events, the rise in COVID-19
infection rates and restricted company travel policies, IPC has made the decision to make the IPC APEX EXPO - A Virtual Event!
IPC is committed to providing you with the cutting-edge content you have come to expect from IPC APEX EXPO. The event's digital
platform will allow you to easily navigate through more than 100 technical conference sessions and application-focused professional
development courses as well as view product demonstrations, schedule one-on-one meetings with exhibitors and experience
other offerings within the online exhibition.
Dates: 08 - 12 March 2021
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