Mangaluru: SAEINDIA SJEC Collegiate Club organized an aerospace awareness programme in association with Society of Automotive Engineers India and Aerospace Board of Bengaluru Section on November 24 for students of nearby engineering colleges of Mangaluru region keeping in view the career opportunities and challenges in the aerospace industry.
The programme was inaugurated by Munirathnam, chairman SAEINDIA Bengaluru Section who also briefed the gathering about the objectives and activities of SAEINDIA. Damodaran Subramanian, senior vice president, SAFRAN Engineering Services delivered the keynote address on opportunities and challenges in aerospace industry. Dinesh Manoharan, senior manager, UCAL-JAP Systems LTD, Chennai, educated the students about construction and design of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and explained the guidelines of Manoveagam, a competition where students will design, build and fly an aircraft.
More than 150 students participated in the programme. Fr Rohith D’Costa, assistant director, presided over the function. Dr Rio D’Souza, vice principal was the guest of honour. Dr Sudheer M HOD – ME, Vijay V S, senior faculty advisor, Yatish Kumar K, additional faculty advisor and Dilish Joy Lobo, student chairman, conducted the proceedings.
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