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HAL and AASSC organise a skill conclave at HAL Management Academy

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New Delhi/Bengaluru: Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and Aerospace and Aviation Sector Skill Council (AASSC) held a Skill Conclave at HAL Management Academy on Wednesday. The significant feature of the conclave was a panel discussion on various topics such as how India can be a global skills hub in aerospace technology, post COVID-19 rebound in Indian aviation and carving skills for the future, and talent resource challenges in drone technology and bridging the gap through skill India.

Former Chairman of ISRO Dr K Sivan while presenting skill awards to various divisions of HAL called upon HAL and AASSC to venture into new areas, apart from aerospace as up-gradation of skills is needed to achieve indigenisation goals in different sectors in India.

“HAL covers nearly 16,000 employees with its well laid out and effective skill development programs which are necessary to lead the complex aerospace industry,” said HAL’s CMD R Madhavan.

While HAL's Director (HR) Alok Verma said, “The company is playing a critical role in the Skill India mission. Our skill development policy lays emphasis on a variety of programs that include continuous learning and development. Our Training within Industry (TWI) program has about 500 projects incorporating critical skilling aspects.”

The highlight of the conclave was the display of aerospace components manufactured by apprentices.

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