BH Anil Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of MSME's, GoI

BH Anil Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of MSME's, GoI on the Session 3: MSME's and Standards-Gap analysis for an Indian National Standards Strategy of the 4th National Standards Conclave 'Evolving a Comprehensive National Strategy for Standards Sectoral and Regional Inclusiveness' held on 1-2 May 2017 at New Delhi.

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