Hyderabad, January 7: The second indigenous stealth anti submarine warfare corvette was commissioned by the Indian Navy chief RK Dhowan, on Thursday. The feature that sets this ship apart is the high level of indigenisation incorporated in its production, giving a boost to Narendra Modi government’s ‘Make in India’ campaign. The ship is also very well equipped , with state-of-the-art equipment and that makes it one of the most potent warships to be constructed in the country.Also Read - Indian Navy Admit Card 2021 for SSR/AA Exam Out @joinindiannavy.gov.in ; Check Direct Link to Download

INS Kadmatt has been built by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Limited (GRSEL) and was commissioned at the Naval Dockyard of Eastern Naval Command (ENC) head Quarters on Thursday. Dhowan commended the efforts of the GRSEL, other Indian Public Sector Units (PSU) and a host of small scale industries, which contributed towards building this fine ship. Thereafter, he commissioned the ship and dedicated it to the nation. Also Read: ASW corvette INS Kadmatt to be commissioned at Vizag tomorrow Also Read - Major Feat: First 3 Indigenous Nuclear Attack Submarines to be 95% Made in India

Kadmatt has state of the art equipment which includes the rail-less helo traversing system and foldable hangar door for the integral ASW helicopter which not only increases the strike capability of the ship but also enhances the detection capability manifold. Kadmatt’s weapons and sensors suite is predominantly indigenous and showcases the nations growing capability in this niche area. Also Read - Want to Join Indian Navy? Apply For THIS Post on joinindiannavy.gov.in by June 26 | Check Details

INS Kadmatt commissioned by Indian Navy Chief RK Dhowan in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.

Posted by TIMES NOW on Thursday, January 7, 2016

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