In pursuance of “Atmanirbhar Bharat ‘(independent India) and to step up indigenization in the defense sector, Indian Interior Minister Rajnat Singh approved a proposal by the Ministry of Defense to notify a “Second Positive Indigenization List” of 108 points.
Press release from the Ministry of Defense Read:
All 108 items will now be purchased from local sources in accordance with the provisions of the Defense Acquisition Procedure (DAP) 2020.
The second list places a special focus on weapons / systems that are currently under development / testing and are likely to become solid orders in the future.
Like the first list, special attention has been paid to the substitution of ammunition imports, which is a recurring requirement. The list not only recognizes the potential of the local defense industry, but will also strengthen the impetus for domestic research and development by attracting new investment in technology and manufacturing capabilities.
The “second list of positive indigenisations” includes complex systems, sensors, simulator, weapons and ammunition such as helicopters, next-generation corvettes, early warning and control systems (AEW & C), tank engines, medium-power mountain radar, weapon systems MRSAM and many more such items to meet the requirements of the Indian Armed Forces.
This second list is planned to be implemented gradually from December 2021 to December 2025.
SECOND POSITIVE IDIGENIZATION LIST
1. Helicopter with a total weight (AUW) <3.5Ton December 2021
2. Armored Platform on Wheels (WhAP) – CBRN December 2021
3. Next generation corvette December 2021
4. Early Warning and Control (AEW & C) mission system December 2021
5. Mini UAV for surveillance (Fixed wing) December 2021
6. Assembly of the track on the tank dec
7. Installation of the Tunguska track December 2021
8. Light, medium and heavy combat armored and / or protected by mini infantry vehicles December 2021
9. Helicopter launches ATGM up to 7 km in December 2021.
10. Ship Torpedo Combat System (Mareech) dec. 2021
11. Remote control weapon stations (7.62MM, 12.7 MM, 30MM, AGL & AGS) for tanks December 2021
12. Ship system with high accuracy ELINT in 0.17 to 40 MHz December 2021
13. Explosive device Bund Dec 2021
14. SDR for warships (SDR NC) December 2021
15. Border surveillance system December 2021
16. Ship Surface Surveillance Radar (SSR) December 2021
17. Battlefield Surveillance Radar (BFSR) up to 10 KM December 2021
18. By wall radars for imaging December 2021
19. Portable sonar for detecting divers Dec 2021
20. Sarvatra Kavac December 2021
21. Multifunction Display System (MFDS) for aircraft manufactured from local works, December 2021.
22. Counter Mine Flail (CMF) (land) Dec 2021
23. Immediate Fire Detection and Extinguishing System (IFDSS) for tanks December 2021
24. Individual Underwater Breathing Apparatus (IUWBA) for tanks December 2021
25. 10 W power amplifier (L band and X band) for Tropo upgrade December 2021
26. 2KW and 4KW power amplifiers (L band) for Tropo Upgradatio Dec 2021
27. LED based taxis, landing lights and navigation December 2021
28. Main switching board and distribution system for ships December 2021
29. Steering device for destroyers and frigates December 2021
30. Alloy DMR 249A steel grade December 2021
31. Alloy DMR 291A December 2021
32. Medium power ground radar December 2021
33. Armored Engineering Vehicle (AERV) December 2021
34. Armored vehicle for repair and restoration (ARRV) December 2021
35. Upgraded integrated air command and control system December 2021
36. Composite sonar dome for ships December 2021
37. Processor-based land mine (PBGM) December 2021
38. Attached processor-based mine (PBMM) December 2021
39. Battery monitoring system (BMS) for Shishumar class submarines December 2021
40. Firefighting and Submarine Training Device (SDCFFTF) December 2021
41. Generators for ships (up to 1.5 MW) December 2021
42. Measuring device for DC insulation for submarines EKM December 2021.
43. System for water purification at high altitude December 2021
44. Ground weapons system MRSAM December 2021
45. Armored vehicle with command post 4 × 2 December 2021.
46. AC Submarine Plant December 2021
47. Ship refrigeration plant for cold / cold room December 2021
48. Basic ship broadcasting system December 2021
49. Pilot parachute PSU-36 Series 4-3 with extracted metal components for SU-30 December 2021. With effect from December 2022.
50. SCME Clothing December 2022
51. SCME equipment December 2022
52. Ship Data Network December 2022
53. Trawl installation for tanks December 2022
54. Upgraded Road Attack (UATW) December 2022
55. Thermal Insulation (TI) Sight for Small Arms (Aslt Rif, LMG, MMG & RL) December 2022
56. Amplifier sight (II) for small arms
(Aslt Rif, LMG and CQB Carbine) December 2022
57. Daily sight for small arms, including telescopic and reflex sights (Aslt Rif, LMG & CQB carbine) dec. 2022
58. Deep Mine Detectors (for landmines, IEDs, etc.) December 2022
59. RGB-60 HE missile with fuse deck 2022
60. Missile RGB-60 Practice December 2022
61. RGB-12 HE missile with fuse k3m dec 2022
62. RGB-12 Missile Practice December 2022
63. Missile with tandem warhead 80 MM December 2022
64. Software defined radio (Manpack) dec. 2022
65. Mechanical equipment for marking a minefield (ground) December 2022
66. Mid-stream pontoon connection system December 2022
67. Integrated Architecture Display System (IADS) for LCH December 2022
68. Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS) for LCH Dec 2022
69. Solid State Video Record System (SSVRS) Dec. 2022
70. Armored patrol Dec. 2022
71. Upper Air Sound System (UASS) December 2023
72. Software defined radio (manual) December 2023
73. Mountain Weapons Localization Radar (AESA-based) December 2023
74. Transportable Ku-band Tropscatter communication December 2023
75. Intelligent Air Weapon (SAAW) Mk-I Dec. 2023
76. GPS and GIS-based system for recording minefields (land-based) December 2023
77. Upgraded 76 mm SRGM December 2023
78. Lost ammunition up to 50 km range and 25 kg payload December 2023
79. Terrestrial Inertial Navigation System (Smerch) December 2023
80. Multistage Ship Handling Simulator (MSSHS) December 2023
81. Laser weapon disposal system December 2023
82. Video processing card for Su-30 December 2023
83. Inflatable lures on airplanes December 2023
84. Ship’s high-frequency transmission 1 KW December 2023
85. IFF MK XII-S December 2023
86. L 70 Integrated Air Defense Combat Simulator (IADCS) December 2023
87. Marine Aircraft and Ship Instruments (NASI) for SHOL tests
88. Long-term sliding bomb (250 Kg & 450 Kg) December 2024
89. Ammunition 40MM (multi-grenade grenade launcher) December 2024.
90. Limpet Mines (7 Kg & 15 Kg) December 2024.
91. General purpose bomb (500 kg) for fighters December 2024
92. 125 kg general purpose bomb (NATO standard) December 2024
93. Antenna fuse for bombs from series Mk-80 December 2024
94. Medium power radar for mountain December 2024.
95. Mechanical mining layer (self-propelled) – (ground) December 2024
96. Landing tank for Jaguar and Mirage aircraft December 2024
97. Satellite TV for digital beams forming ships, December 2024.
98. D-29 Unified Receiver Exciter Processor (UREP), based on EW Suite
99. Embedded Oxygen Generation System (OBOGS), based on an integrated life support system for fighters, December 2024.
100. Folding fiber pad (FFM) for the rehabilitation of the runway December 2024.
101. Antimatter Rifle (AMR) 14.5 MM December 2025
102. 14.5 MM API (Armor Piercing Incendiary) for Anti Material Rifle (AMR) dec. 2025
103. 1000HP engine for tank (T-72) dec. 2025
104. Auxiliary power unit for tank T-72/90 dec 2025
105. Application for network central operation for software-defined radio (SDR Dec. 2025).
106. System for cleaning the surface from mines (ground) December 2025.
107. Air data computer for an aircraft with a trainer December 2025
108. Target system at the level of a military air defense unit
This second list was prepared by the Ministry of Defense after several rounds of consultations with governmental and private confederations of the manufacturing industry to assess the future capabilities of Indian industry that will be able to meet the requirements of the armed forces. This list gives a constant boost to independence in defense.
The defense industry can use this golden opportunity to build solid R&D facilities, capacity and capabilities to meet the futuristic requirements of the armed forces. This list also provides an excellent opportunity for start-ups, as well as SMEs, which will receive a huge boost from this initiative.
To this end, the Ministry of Defense, the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and the Central Offices of Services (SHQ) will take all necessary steps, including retaining the industry, to ensure that the deadlines set out in the “Second list of positive indigenisations “have been met, thus facilitating the environment for Indian defense manufacturers to build world-class infrastructure, support the government’s” Make India “vision to make India independent in defense and develop export capabilities. in defense in the near future.
The second list of positive indigenization will be hosted on the MoD website.
In August 2020, the 101 Positive Indigenization list was announced, containing 101 points, in pursuance of the AtmaNirbhar Bharat Abhiyan government’s efforts and to strengthen indigenization in the defense sector.
At the time, it was also stressed that more such facilities would be identified gradually to facilitate and encourage defense production in the country.