The ship uses DMR 249A steel for construction, developed indigenously by Defence Material Research Laboratory (DMRL) and manufactured in-house by the Steel Authority of India Ltd. The ship sports a carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) superstructure integrated with the steel hull in the third and fourth ships of the class. The Kamorta will see the first time installation of three revolutionary parts: foldable hangar door, railless helo traversing system and telescopic boat davit. Highlights of the indigenous design include low observability throughout the full beam superstructure, inclined ship sides and reduced Infra red signature through cooling of the engine and diesel alternator exhausts -- developed indigenously by Naval Scientific and technical Laboratory (NSTL).
Total Atmospheric control system for effective heat ventilation and air conditioning. Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS) which include Integrated Bridge System as well as Battle Damage System for effective modern warfare. The Kamorta will be operated by a complement of 13 officers and 176 sailors. An active towed array sonar will be integrated shortly. The ship was delivered to the Indian Navy on 12 July 2014, and will form part of the Eastern Fleet under the Eastern Naval Command.