Aerospace institute to come up in Bangalore

 
The Indian Institute of Aerospace Engineering and Management will start its first academic programme –– an MBA specialising in aeronautics management –– by the month end, G Krishnadas Nair, former chairman and managing director of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, said at the 97th Indian Science Congress here.

Affiliated to Jain University, the academy has received the government’s approval and has set up its campus in Kanakpura. It will also have a city campus.

The academy will offer both under graduate and post-graduate courses in various branches of aeronautics, aerospace and civil aviation with the intention of bridging the skilled manpower gap.

Currently an academy, run by the Cochin International Airport Ltd (CIAL) and Indian Institute of Space Technology, here, offer some academic programmes on specific areas in airport management and aerospace.

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