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Raytheon Appoints Ravi Nirgudkar as President, Raytheon India
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Issue Net Edition | Date : 15 Feb , 2019

Ravi Nirgudkar

Raytheon Company has appointed Ravi Nirgudkar as the president of Raytheon India, effective immediately. Raviis based in the company’s New Delhi office.

Ravi will focus on growing Raytheon’s long-standing partnership with India and collaborating with local partners to meet global defense needs and expand contributions to the growth of India’s indigenous defense capability.

Ravi has over 25 years of experience in international business development and program management, including 19 years with Raytheon’s Intelligence, Information and Service sand Space and Airborne Systems businesses.

Ravi has an MBA in program management from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and master’s degree in electrical engineering from Mississippi State University. He is also a certified domestic and international capture manager and a Six Sigma black belt.

Raytheon has been a trusted partner of India for over 60 years, delivering innovative and affordable solutions to the government of India. The company fully supports India’s “Make in India” strategy to help safeguard and modernize Indian military forces.

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