Punjab Govt To Set Up Civil Aviation University
Chandigarh: Punjab may shortly turn into the Country’s first state to have a civil aviation university. This was declared by the chief minister Parkash Singh Badal at a seminar for human resource development (HRD), employment generation and training.
Mr. Badal added that the civil aviation segment is on line for a boom with a great employment potential, and the university will train staff in this area.
Badal stated he will request the services of V Mulekar, counselor of aviation services at Maharashtra Airport Development Company Limited, who played an important role in the up-gradation of the intercontinental airport at Amritsar way in 1999, and also in bringing up the number of international flights from once-a-week to 59.
He also said renowned advisors and key players in the arena of civil aviation will be hired to set up the blueprint of the planned university. Modalities for the university will be figured out with the civil aviation ministries and human resource development.
NS Kalsi, Secretary, employment and training alleged the projected institution may come out to be an all-embracing service body.
Now, the civil aviation section has to work out the modalities in consultation with specialists in order to make a proposal for the university and tap a huge job market.