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Prime Minister launched Indian Space Association (ISpA)

  • Integrity Education, Delhi
  • 12, Oct 2021
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The Prime Minister remarked that the Government's approach to space reforms is based on 4 pillars.

  1. The freedom of innovation to the private sector.
  2. The role of the government as an enabler.
  3. Preparing youth for the future.
  4. To see the space sector as a resource for the progress of the common man.

Indian Space Association

  • The members of the organisation include government bodies such as Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and private telecom companies such as Bharti Airtel’s One Web, Tata Group’s Nelcom, L&T, MapMyIndia, Godrej, Hughes India, Ananth Technology Limited, Azista-BST Aerospace Private Limited, BEL, Centum Electronics, and Maxar India.
  • One of the main goals of the organisation is to supplement the government’s efforts towards making India a global leader in commercial space-based excursions
  • ISpA would engage with stakeholders across the ecosystem for the formulation of an enabling policy framework which fulfils the government vision of leading commercial space exploration.
  • ISpA will also work towards building global linkages for the Indian space industry to bring in critical technology and investments into the country to create more high skill jobs.