HAL in­ducts over 400 of­fi­cers


Over 400 man­age­ment and de­sign trainees – selected through strin­gent pro­ce­dures amid lakhs of ap­pli­cants – have for­mally been in­ducted in the Hindustan Aero­nau­tics Limited (HAL) as of­fi­cers at a con­vo­ca­tion pro­gramme held on June 21, 2014. Some of them have grad­u­ated from NITs, IITs and other pre­mier en­gi­neer­ing and man­age­ment in­sti­tutes.

Dr R.K. Tyagi, Chair­man HAL, urged them to start con­tribut­ing their mite in the com­pany’s progress. “This is a defin­ing mo­ment for the coun­try and you have all the op­por­tu­nity to make your pres­ence felt in In­dia’s de­fence pre­pared­ness”, he said. Dr Tyagi called upon them to trans­late their in­di­vid­ual talent into mean­ing­ful achieve­ments by be­ing a part of large HAL fam­ily.

The trainees be­long to 41st batch of HAL and are posted to Korwa, Luc­know, Kanpur, Koraput, Nasik, Hy­der­abad, Bar­rack­pore and Ben­galuru. A com­pre­hen­sive one-year train­ing pro­gramme in­cluded in­dus­try ori­en­ta­tion and man­age­ment pro­grammes. Em­i­nent speak­ers from in­sti­tu­tions and in­dus­tries in­ter­acted with them. The train­ing also in­cluded ex­per­i­men­tal learn­ing through var­i­ous ac­tiv­i­ties such as group projects, theatre work, vis­its to char­i­ta­ble in­sti­tu­tions and art classes.

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