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This alliance between 2 companies (different country) offer Job opportunity for especially B.Tech Aeronautical and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering when we analyze the following new:WIPRO INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING TIES UP WITH ISRAEL AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES BENGALURU: Wipro Infrastructure Engineering (WIN) and Israel's largest aerospace and defence firm Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) today announced a strategic alliance for manufacturing composite aerostructure parts and assemblies. WIN, part of WiproBSE 0.02 % Enterprises (P) Ltd, will set up a manufacturing facility in India in partnership with IAI to meet the requirements of global aircraft OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers, Wipro said here. The facility will make composite structures in India for global markets and address the compliance requirements of IAI, other OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers to meet Defense Offset Guidelines detailed by the Ministry of Defence, the company said. "WIN sees the aerospace industry as strategic to its future, " Wipro said in a release here. In 2013, WIN set up India's first Aerospace actuator manufacturing facility at the Devanahalli Special Economic Zone in Bengaluru. In 2016, WIN acquired H R Givon Ltd, an Israel-headquartered manufacturer of metallic parts and assemblies for the Aerospace industry, which has three manufacturing plants, two in Israel and one in the US. The acquisition has helped WIN further expand its product portfolio in aerostructure parts and assemblies, expand global footprint and forge deeper customer relationships, the release said. Pratik Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, Wipro Infrastructure Engineering & Executive Director, Wipro Enterprises (P) Limited, said the partnership will not only strengthen their presence in the growing aerospace sector but also help explore emerging business opportunities in key markets.EVP and General Manager of the Commercial Aircraft Group, IAI, ShlomiKarako said, "We look forward to assisting Wipro in building its composite facility with knowhow and technologies that we will provide in the near future as part of the Indian government's 'Make in India' initiative and plan to expand the collaboration even further in the future." IAI Ltd. specializes in developing and manufacturing advanced, state-of-the-art systems for air, space, sea, land, cyber and homeland security.It also designs and manufactures business jets and aerostructures, performs overhaul and maintenance on commercial aircraft and converts passenger aircraft to refueling and cargo configurations The Economic Times By PTI06/07/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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As always said before the development in Aeronautics is giving itself a great Job opportunity like the following new explains, it is a Job opportunity in Aeronautical Engineer:TATA, LOCKHEED MARTIN INK DEAL TO BUILD F-16 FIGHTER PLANES IN INDIADefence and aerospace company Lockheed Martin signed an agreement with Tata Advanced Systems on Monday to manufacture F-16 fighter planes in India. This will be give impetus to the US-based company to move their manufacturing unit in Fort Worth, Texas in a bid to win orders worth billions of dollars from the Indian Air Force.Both parties signed the pact at Paris Air Show to produce F-16 Block 70 fighter jets in India as part of the Make in India initiative. India is planning to replace its Soviet-era fleet of planes but Modi government has stipulated that foreign manufacturers will have to make planes in India with a local partner to help build a domestic base and reduce outright imports."F-16 production in India supports thousands of Lockheed Martin and F-16 supplier jobs in the US, creates new manufacturing jobs in India, and positions the Indian industry at the centre of the most extensive fighter aircraft supply ecosystem in the world, " said a joint statement from both companies.With Lockheed moving its manufacturing plant here, India can export F-16 planes that are flown by air forces around the world, the joint statement said."This unprecedented F-16 production partnership between the world's largest defence contractor and India's premier industrial house provides India with the opportunity to produce, operate and export F-16 Block 70 aircraft, the newest and most advanced version of the world's most successful, combat-proven multi-role fighter, " the statement said.However, with inviting companies under its Make in India bid, Modi government runs a risk of being in conflict with Donald Trump's America First campaign. The US President has been urging companies to set up industries in the United States and create jobs in the country.Moreover, the agreement comes just ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Washington already clouded with restrictive norms regarding H1-B visa and protectionist policies enacted by Trump government harming IT sector in India.Business Today in (Aviation Industry News)20/06/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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Man who made a plane on terrace gets wings Amol Yadav, a pilot who assembled a six-seater aircraft on the terrace of his three BHK flat in Charkop, and who was given an opportunity to display his creation at the Make in India Week in Mumbai last year, will be allotted a 157-acre plot in Palghar by the state government to set up his enterprise. Yadav plans to manufacture six-seater and 20-seater aircraft in India, under the banner of his Thrust India Company.Yadav, 41, a deputy chief pilot with Jet Airways, is scheduled to meet with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday, along with representatives of companies that specialise in manufacturing aircraft engine and other technology. “It’s a dream come true, ” Yadav said, “I went to the US for training in 1995 and saw a lot of people, including middleclass families, assembling used planes to create customised flying machines. I was inspired to do the same in India.”Mumbai Mirror reported last year how Yadav, over a period of six years, put together a plane in his house that he shared with 19 members (‘Plane put together on a Charkop terrace features in Make in India’; MM, February 13, 2016). He created an aircraft that can soar up to 13, 000-ft at 1, 500 ft per minute, and cover a distance of 2, 000-km at the top speed of 185 nautical miles an hour. The plane is currently parked at the Dhule airport.“I’m thankful for the support I have been receiving. The government has big dreams in terms of regional air connectivity and I’m a believer that it cannot be achieved till we start manufacturing planes in India. Once we start building aircraft, there will be a revolution in the Indian aviation industry, ”
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In India the hard work of its Aeronautical Engineers gives high prestige for the Country “India is the fastest growing aviation market in the world” as the following new explains:INDIA, RUSSIA STRENGTHEN BILATERAL COOPERATION IN AVIATIONST. PETERSBURG (PTI): India and Russia on Thursday agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the aviation sector by setting up joint ventures in the field of manufacturing, as India is set to become the third largest global aviation market by 2020."The Regional Connectivity Scheme of the government of India provides an opportunity for strengthening cooperation in joint production and setting up of joint ventures in India in the field of aviation manufacturing to serve the demand created, " according to vision documents, issued after the talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin.The move is aimed to cater to increasing exports and demands of India's regional air connectivity scheme.The Civil Aviation Policy, 2016, too, provides incentives for made-in-India aircraft and encourages global OEMs for establishing aircraft assembly plant in India, including fast-tracking clearances.India is the fastest growing aviation market in the world and has become the third largest domestic aviation market in terms of domestic passenger traffic, beating Japan, according to Sydney-based aviation think-tank Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA).India's domestic air passenger traffic stood at 100 million in 2016 and was behind only the US (719 million) and China (436 million), as per CAPA.This is likely to grow manifold with the launch of government's UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik) scheme that seeks to take flying to the masses with airfares capped at Rs 2, 500 per hour.The joint declaration also focuses on development of high speed railways, dedicated freight corridors, new technologies for efficient rail transport as well as ship-building and river navigation.Brahmand Defence and Aerospace News.2/06/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERINGYou have chosen the best time to begin your career in aviation. The aviation industry has “come of age”. It is vital part of world's economy and way of life. The demand for skilled Engineers continued to grow year after year. School of Aeronautics (Neemrana) is the first college to be approved by AICTE for Aeronautical Engineering in Rajasthan. It has got all the relevant modern and advance lab facilities for Aeronautical Engineering. What is Aeronautical EngineeringBasically aeronautical involve activity of designing, developing and constructing of machine planes that can fly, as commonly known by aircraft. The aeronautical engineers primarily responsible for creation of safer and more energy efficient economical methods for travelling including aircraft, helicopters, satellites, missiles and spacecrafts. These includes science of propulsion and aerodynamics, even it covers the development and selection of materials and equipment that are utilized in aircraft. Aero Engineer's are part of the designing process to make that fastest vehicle. Eg: Airplanes that weights over a million pounds can ease into the air and spacecraft travels 17.000 miles an hour.What do Aeronautical Engineers do?Aero engineers bring concept into reality by emphasizing on the design of aerofoils (wings). Propulsion is another aspect in aeronautical engineering. The force of propulsion helps an airplane to remain in flight, and encompasses the design and development of engines. These two basic principles are considered when choice of material for aircraft design, strength and weight. Selection of material is a crucial area of specialization for the aeronautical engineering. As a Aero graduates you can specialize in any areas including Structural designing, Flight mechanic and control system, Aerodynamics, Instrumentation and communication, Manufacturing and maintenance. Aeronautical Engineering Career Opportunities1. Commercial aviation industry2. Government defence forces3. Flight crew in both commercial and defence aviation4. Research institutes5. Space exploration centres. Aeronautical Engineers Employers IncludesHAL, NAL, Defence services, ISRO, DRDO, Taneja Aerospace, Mahindra Aerospace, GE, Snigma, Infotech on national basis to name a few, where as on internationally one can look for employment in Aer Lingus, Airbus the Air Corps, FLS Aerospace, Rolls Royce and Ryanair. Their are approximately 200 plus companies where our students are working after successfully completing their courses.
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Aeronautical Engineering improves very much nowadays especially in India and now, professionally, it can give much opportunity as per as the following news ROLLS-ROYCE KEEN TO MAKE SMALL AIRCRAFT WITH INDIAN COMPANIESNEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sought to establish the country as a manufacturing hub through the Make-in-India project, and launched the regional connectivity initiative to expand aviation links. Rolls-Royce is now keen to aid both programmes — by making smaller aircraft locally. The company, which commands a 50 per cent market share of engines that power long-haul aircraft globally, also makes them for smaller aircraft that are crucial to improve connectivity across the South Asian nation, where the surface-transport infrastructure is often considered out of date with the country's rising economic profile. We have offerings in that space — 50 to 60-seater aircraft — but you need a structural manufacturer, and orders from the market. Yes, we can supply engines made in India. Various Indian companies, including the Tata and Mahindra groups, want to bring an aircraft. We are open to partnerships with any of them in order to bring the right thing, " Kishore Jayaraman, President of Rolls-Royce India and South Asia, told ET. "We have offerings in that space — 50 to 60-seater aircraft — but you need a structural manufacturer, and orders from the market. Yes, we can supply engines made in India. Various Indian companies, including the Tata and Mahindra groups, want to bring an aircraft. We are open to partnerships with any of them in order to bring the right thing, " Kishore Jayaraman, President of Rolls-Royce India and South Asia, told ET. Rolls-Royce has sought to provide options to local companies, and a lot of groundwork has been done so far with the relevant companies, he said. Notably, Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) has plans to build the first 'Made in India' regional civil aircraft by 2020-22 through the public-private partnership (PPP) model. Rolls-Royce and HAL are joint venture partners in a firm that produces various components used in aircraft engines. Jayaraman, however, said that the joint venture with HAL does not bar Rolls-Royce from getting into an agreement with any private company to make regional aircraft in India. "The JV with HAL stands within its own realms. We just have to inform it, like any partner, whenever we plan to enter into an agreement to make small aircraft, " he further said. Alocally made small aircraft would provide a boost to the government's regional connectivity plan, called Ude Desh ke Aam Nagrik (UDAN) that aims to take flying to smaller airports at a subsidised fare of `2, 500 for an hour of flight. The first flight under the scheme will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister in Shimla on April 27, 2017.Jayraman believes that the UDAN programme is based on a sustainable model. "It is very doable, and based on a sustainable model. The plan has been arrived at with a certain degree of competition, and with a reasonable fare that would appeal to the crowd below that of the low-cost airline today. The plan will bridge the gap between no flying and the lowest end of the fare band at low-cost airlines, " he said. Source: The Economic Times24/04/2017
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Aeronautical Engineering in Dwarka, New Delhi - School of Aeronautics www.soaneemrana.orgYou have chosen the best time to begin your career in aviation. The aviation industry has “come of age”. It is vital part of world's economy and way of life. The demand for skilled Engineers continued to grow year after year. School of Aeronautics (Neemrana) is the first college to be approved by AICTE for Aeronautical Engineering in Rajasthan. It has got all the relevant modern and advance lab facilities for Aeronautical Engineering. What is Aeronautical EngineeringBasically aeronautical involve activity of designing, developing and constructing of machine planes that can fly, as commonly known by aircraft. The aeronautical engineers primarily responsible for creation of safer and more energy efficient economical methods for travelling including aircraft, helicopters, satellites, missiles and spacecrafts. These includes science of propulsion and aerodynamics, even it covers the development and selection of materials and equipment that are utilized in aircraft. Aero Engineer's are part of the designing process to make that fastest vehicle. Eg: Airplanes that weights over a million pounds can ease into the air and spacecraft travels 17.000 miles an hour. What do Aeronautical Engineers do?Aero engineers bring concept into reality by emphasizing on the design of aerofoils (wings). Propulsion is another aspect in aeronautical engineering. The force of propulsion helps an airplane to remain in flight, and encompasses the design and development of engines. These two basic principles are considered when choice of material for aircraft design, strength and weight. Selection of material is a crucial area of specialization for the aeronautical engineering. As a Aero graduates you can specialize in any areas including Structural designing, Flight mechanic and control system, Aerodynamics, Instrumentation and communication, Manufacturing and maintenance. Aeronautical Engineering Career OpportunitiesCommercial aviation industryGovernment defence forcesFlight crew in both commercial and defence aviationResearch institutesSpace exploration centres. Aeronautical Engineers Employers IncludesHAL, NAL, Defence services, ISRO, DRDO, Taneja Aerospace, Mahindra Aerospace, GE, Snigma, Infotech on national basis to name a few, where as on internationally one can look for employment in Aer Lingus, Airbus the Air Corps, FLS Aerospace, Rolls Royce and Ryanair. Their are approximately 200 plus companies where our students are working after successfully completing their courses.
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The branch Aeronautical is developing very much nowadays (Designing, and creating model...) not only national but especially international , and professionally, B.Tech Aeronautical and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering have a very high prestige place for those who are choosing to be in this branch because especially it is very important and useful for Government also as per as the following news (International aviation news )Boeing: T-X Offering for U.S. Air Force is 'Production Relevant.The Boeing-Saab offering for the U.S. Air Force’s T-X advanced jet trainer requirement is a “production relevant” aircraft, Boeing asserted this week. The manufacturer batted down the suggestion that its clean-sheet design will take longer to deliver to the service than competing jets based on operational models.Meeting with reporters on May 17 in St. Louis, Boeing’s T-X program manager Ted Torgerson maintained a tight grip on information about the single-engine, twin-tail, high-wing design the companies rolled out last September, declining to reveal their investment in the program, the work share with Saab or the number of flight hours flown by now two working jets. The T-X1 flew for the first time on December 20; the T-X2 flew on April 24.Asked about how many flight hours the jets have accumulated, Torgerson said only: “They have flown a lot, as many as four times in a day.” He added that Boeing has already collected what the Air Force requires for flight-test data, including time-stamped cockpit audio and video, to make the service’s June 28 deadline.Valued at $16.3 billion, the T-X program calls for 350 jets and ground-based training systems to replace the aging Northrop T-38 Talons the Air Force’s Air Education and Training Command uses for undergraduate pilot training. Following the submission of flight-test data in June, competing contractors have until late fall to make final proposal revisions. They expect the Air Force will select one jet type in December, launching the program's engineering and manufacturing development phase.The Boeing-Saab offering, powered by a GE Aviation F404-GE-402 engine, faces competition from Lockheed Martin and Korea Aerospace Industries, proposing the T-50A variant of KAI’s single-engine T-50 Golden Eagle; and Italy’s Leonardo and its U.S. subsidiary DRS Technologies, offering the T-100 variant of the twin-engine Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master.At Lockheed Martin’s annual media day in March, executive vice president Rob Weiss said that his company if necessary could deliver the T-50A six years earlier than a clean-sheet design, saving the Air Force $1 billion it would otherwise spend on sustaining the T-38. Torgerson responded: “I have no rebuttal to that because how do they know? All I know is that we have invested to build two production jets that are ready to go…a full development program, SRR [systems requirements review], PDR [preliminary design review], CDR [critical design review] and a full flight-test program. We built two because we wanted to prove that we weren’t just a demonstrator; we have an airplane we can build repeatedly.”If the Air Force selects the T-50A, Lockheed Martin would assemble it in Greenville, South Carolina. Leonardo and DRS Technologies would assemble the T-100 in Tuskegee, Alabama. On May 15, Boeing announced that T-X assembly would take place in St. Louis, supporting 1, 800 direct and indirect jobs. Formerly the headquarters of its Defense, Space and Security Group, the greater St. Louis area is where Boeing builds the F/A-18 and F-15 fighters and the Joint Direct Attack Munition.“When you look at the skill mix of the airplanes we produce at this site, the capabilities we have at this site, the facilities we have in place; we don’t have to build anything new, we’ve got all the facilities we need right here, ” Torgerson said.AIN Aviation News19/05/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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Development In the branch Aeronautical Engineering and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering as per as the following News. HAL is one of the company where our students are placed and doing internship.FIRST FLIGHT OF INDIGENOUS BASIC TRAINER AIRCRAFT SUCCESSFUL: HAL BENGALURU: The first flight of prototype-two of India's indigenous basic trainer aircraft, Hindustan Turbo Trainer-40 (HTT-40), today was successful, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited announced. The flight took place at the HAL here, the defense public sector unit said. "The second prototype was made ready within one year, and flew for one hour carrying out important manoeuvres, " HAL CMD T Suvarna Raju said. Aimed at being used for the first stage training for all flying cadets of the three services, HTT-40's first prototype had made its 'maiden' flight after much delay on May 31 last year. The 'inaugural' flight was performed in the presence of the then defense minister Manohar Parrikar. HTT-40 programme aims to achieve its operational clearance by 2018, and towards this the company will be manufacturing three prototypes and two static test specimens, the HAL had earlier said. HTT-40 will replace Hindustan Piston Trainer (HPT)- 32 'Deepak' that was being used by the IAF for primary training. The aircraft would be used for basic flight training, aerobatics, instrument flying and close-formation flights, whereas its secondary role would include navigation and night flying. The HTT-40 programme was almost junked during the UPA rule but Parrikar had pushed both the IAF and the HAL to ensure development of the trainer. While the HAL would supply HTT-40 to defense forces, it would be permitted for certain percentage of export, Parrikar had said. The Economic Times20/05/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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