Indian Navy and HAL Sign Mutual Expression of Interest

New Delhi: The Indian Navy and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) have signed a ‘Mutual Expression of Interest’ to facilitate Faculty Exchange Programme between the Naval Institute of Aeronautical Technology, Kochi and HAL Management Academy, Bengaluru.

This association is aimed to facilitate development of key skillsets among the trainees to help them imbibe latest aviation technologies and Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) management through conduct of short-term, long-term and capsule courses, guest lectures, workshops and conferences.

The ‘Mutual Expression of Interest’ was signed by RAdm Deepak Bansal, VSM, Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Air Materiel) and Dr. G Srikantha Sharma, General Manager & Head of HAL Management Academy during the 3rd IN-HAL Apex Level Meeting in presence of VAdm Ravneet Singh, PVSM, AVSM, NM, Deputy Chief of Naval Staff and Shri MS Velpari, Director (Operations), HAL.

The staff and trainees of both the Institutes would be immensely benefited through this exchange.

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