Suresh Bahadur

Suresh Bahadur

Suresh joined the Indian Navy after completing his post-graduation from the Delhi University. He superannuated from the Indian Navy after completing 33 years of service and gaining rich experience in the multifarious fields of naval armament inspection/ quality assurance, Project Management and HR management during his tenures with naval ships and establishments, Naval Headquarters, Missile System Quality Assurance Agency (MSQAA), DRDO and interactions with Ordnance Factories, PSUs and Private Trade firms. He was a core team member at DRDO responsible for the highly successful Project Dhanush during its, design, development, documentation, integration, demonstration of the successful launch of the naval variant of the Prithvi missile from a naval ship and its subsequent induction in the Indian Navy. He also helped in defining and consolidating the requirements for the 6000 tonnes ocean going class of research vessel (ship) required for the conduct of flight trials for indigenously developed missiles by DRDO. He has degrees in BSc (Hons) Chemistry and MSc (Chemistry) from Delhi University, MSc (Defence Studies) from Madras University and PGDBA (Finance) from Symbiosis School of Distance Learning, Pune. Currently, he focuses on Patent Searches, Opinions, and Prosecution/Preparation projects at IIPRD and Khurana and Khurana.