PRLog - Feb. 14, 2014 - VARANASI, India -- One day educational seminar “UDAAN” was organized at SSB Public School. JRN Institute of Aviation Technology from New Delhi organized this event with the aim of guiding students to choose the best career path for them. Chief Speaker –Mr. Rakesh Ranjan from JRN Institute graced the occasion. The presence of Chief Guest –President Mr. Chandrahas Singh and Principal Mr. Virendra Pratap Singh Biryasanpur from Intermediate College and guests Mr. Beni Madhav author of Grammar at Glance, Mr. Sushil Kr. Shrivastav author of Mental Mathematics made the event successful.
Educational Seminar “UDAAN” by JRN Institute of Aviation Technology
Seminar cum Scholarship test was organized her, where around 500 students participated. This was organized by JRN Institute of Aviation Technology. Students with maths and Science stream of 12th class sat for the test. This test will be organized at all India level in different cities till 24th of April.
Speaking at the seminar, Mr Rakesh Ranjan (JRN Institute) said that besides medical and core engineering there are various streams about which students are not aware off. India is witnessing growth in Aviation segment. The interest of TATA, SIA, Air Asia and other such companies is coming up with demands of more professional and skilled man power. But today, when we think of Aviation Industry, positions like Aviation, Pilots, airhostess and few other positions comes in our mind. However, the truth is that apart from Pilots & cabin crews, there are approx. 25 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and 60 ground staff needed for successful operations of any single aircraft. As this industry is growing rapidly, there is lot of scope for students in this field.
Mr. Chandrhas Singh praised this effort made by the institute and said that these career guidance is very important for students especially when the life is so competitive. Not only students but parents too will be benefited. He also gave message that students should utilise this important time and make their future glorious and shiny.
Students were seen very enthusiastic and energetic. This new field of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering aroused many questions and they were well answered by Mr. Rakesh Ranjan. At the end students were welcomed to ask any question for their future guidance.
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