Aerospace varsity yet to take wings

An industry-led proposal to set up the country’s first aerospace university is yet to take off.

Formally moved over a year ago to meet the country’s growing aviation management needs, the proposal awaits approvals of the Ministry of Human Resource Development and the Karnataka Government, according to Dr C.G. Krishnadas Nair, President of the Society of Indian Aerospace Technologists and Industries (SIATI), the prime mover behind the proposal.

A dedicated university is meant to bridge the gap for trained manpower in aerospace engineering and management, in particular air traffic control, through industry-friendly courses.

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