India is poised to attain its coveted place on global aviation arena as one among top three largest aviation market says civil aviation secretary
GN Bureau | September 23, 2017
Union minister for civil aviation, P Ashok Gajapathi Raju unveiled a new campus of the Indian Aviation Academy (IAA) spread over 5.33 acres.
Civil aviation, secretary, R N Choubey said India is poised to attain its coveted place on global aviation arena as one among top three largest aviation market. “Aviation education and training, course content and syllabi have to be improved to meet the demand of industry,” he said.
IAA, chairman, Guruprasad Mohapatra said IAA is a premier training institute of AAI, directorate general of civil aviation and bureau of civil aviation.
Prior to IAA, the institute was known as national institute of aviation management and research (NIAMAR) and has been a premier institute involved in imparting quality training in aviation sector since 1988.
It runs regular training pragrammes in areas of airport operations and aviation safety, airport engineering and planning, air cargo management, environmental concerns in aviation, regulatory trainings through DGCA, security trainings through BCAS, information technology, project management, material management, airport commercials, finance and human resource management.
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