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1. Sun Survey Systems, Roorkee
14, Satti Street Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India (Contact: Mr. Atiqur Rehman}
Products/Services: Nautical Instruments

2. Lebon Instruments, Roorkee
61 satti street Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India (Contact: Asloob Ahmad}
Products/Services: nautical instruments & woodin crafts

3. Great Himalayan Adventures, Rishikesh
Kailash Gate , Muni-Ki-Reti Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India (Contact: Mr. Rakesh Kaintura}
Products/Services: Tours and Travel


Agro Products

4. Bsnl, dehradun dehradun dehradun, Uttarakhand, India (Contact: K.k.bhatt}
Products/Services: Plants, flowers & dried flowers medicanal plants

3, Galla Mandi, U.S.Nagar Rudrapur, Uttarakhand, India (Contact: Ashok Agarwal}
Products/Services: Rice Rice exporter


Software and IT services

6. Kairotic Software Solutions Pvt Ltd, Dehradun
83 Hills View Colony Behind Asian School Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India (Contact: Mr Bhupendra Joshi}
Products/Services: Computer aided design & drafting Internet Multimedia Software Web publishing

WSC SHOPPING COMPLEX RAJPUR ROAD DEHRADUN, Uttarakhand, India (Contact: Mrs Ritu Nagpal}
Products/Services: Computer hardware & peripherals Computers Internet Software Web publishing

8. Account Age Infotech Pvt Ltd ., DEHRADUN
2 Floor RGM PLAZA CHAKRATA ROAD DEHRADUN, Uttarakhand, India (Contact: Harcharan Singh}
Products/Services: Computers Financial Accounting

9. IIHT Roorkee, Roorkee
Amba arcade,Railway Road, Malviya chowk Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India (Contact: J.P.dwivedi}
Products/Services: Computer training

10. Soham Infosys, hardwar shivalick house , kankhal hardwar, uttarakhand, India (Contact: Abhishek Jain}
Products/Services: Data entry Software form filling , back office work , accounting & inventory…...

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