Viraj Kalyan, the Executive Director of Kalyani Forge and nephew of the Chairman and Managing Director for Bharat Forge, has launched a new start-up venture called Kalyani Studio. With this new launch of Kalyani Studio, Viraj Kalyan is the new entrant to join the ecosystem of entrepreneurs after Prime Minister Narendra Modi has introduced ‘Make in India’ initiative.
This new start-up venture of Viraj Kalyan, Kalyani Forge involves in providing designs for the high-end engineering solutions, focused mainly of OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers). This start-up firm focuses mainly on working with MNCs and companies that work in the areas of railways, aerospace, construction equipment, automotive and agriculture technologies that are specialized in providing core hardware.
While speaking about this new start-up of his, Kalyani Forge, Viraj said that he wishes to create more and newer high-tech jobs in India and also offer a chance to the clients in bringing change in their production activities in the form of designing high-performance products and also bring high-performance standards in their respective industries. He opines that such a dream realization would bring a proper meaning to the ‘Make in India’ initiative of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Viraj Kalyan has completed his graduation from the University of Pennsylvania and attained the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology and a Bachelors degree in Financial Economics and also in Mechanical Engineering, Through this startup he wishes to empower the OEMs with high standard engineering solutions in the industry and also take them beyond their manufacturing capabilities.
Another strong ambition of the Viraj Kalyani is that he wishes to make India, a self-reliant nation through creating more jobs for the unemployed in the relevant fields, and also bring enough developments in the fields of technology development in high strength applications in the service sectors including Engineering and Analysis, Product Design, Design for Manufacturing and Technical Publication. The company also has plans to expand its offerings in the future into prototyping and testing, from currently being the one stop shop.
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