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Air India is one of the aviation’s companies where our students are doing their training, now as their development the government is giving much prestige for it which will be also opportunities for our students and those else who are aeronautical branch and Maintenance as per as the following news.AVIATION MINISTRY TO PLAN PATH FOR AIR INDIA THIS WEEK .NEW DELHI: The flight path for Air India's future may be drawn as early as next month. With finance minister Arun Jaitley saying the government is open to disinvesting in the airline, the aviation ministry will this week begin internal deliberations on the issue. Apart from this, the Niti Aayog is also learnt to be in advance stages of finalising its recommendations for the debt-ridden Maharaja. “Internally within the ministry we will take a call on how to take the FM's statement forward. Once the ministry makes up its mind on the issue of disinvesting in AI, we will take the matter to the Cabinet for approval. If the Cabinet gives its nod, then the department of disinvestment will implement the same, “ said a top aviation ministry source. The doubt in everyone's mind is whether AI -with its debt burden of almost Rs 52, 000 crore -will get a buyer. “We hugely respect FM's opinion that instead of putting thousands of crores in AI, that money can be spent on social sector schemes. We will very soon decide whether we can move in the direction of divesting in AI, “ said the ministry source. Many AI senior officials and employees feel the best way for AI, if the government decides to privatize it, will be to let the founder Tata Group re-acquire the airline. The Tata Group did not comment on whether it will be willing to reacquire the Maharaja. The Economic Times29/05/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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