A fast-track, job-oriented aviation course

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Mr. Pradip Chopra Chairman, iLEAD Institute and Mr. Ratnakar Gupta Chief Operating Officer Club One Air

Kolkata:Indian Aviation Industry, that stands ninth globally with a marketsize of USD 16 Bn, is expected to become the third biggest aviation market by 2020 and the largest by 2030. There is a healthy and steady growth in passenger traffic in India, the total traffic stood at 106.45 million in the financial year 2016 that has increased from the previous year’s traffic by 12.47%.

The aviation industry in India is truly rewarding in terms of employment as per the recently received statistics. India is the worlds fastest growing aviation market. Focusing on modernization of this particular sector, the Minister of Civil Aviation, Ashoke Gajapaty Raju says, “India is gearing up for heavy investments in the aviation sector and over the next 10 years we are expecting to grow by 25%”. Construction of new airports, increase in man power and infrastructural development in modern air navigation system indicate the growing potential of this domain. Huge numbers of new aircrafts services are now available through a wider network that allows the rise in the employment opportunities.

iLEAD introduces a 6 months Certificate Course in Aviation Services which will commence in October’ 2016. 

  Pradip Chopra, Chairman, iLEAD said,”We endeavor to deliver a fast-track, job-oriented aviation course with equal focus on domain knowledge and soft skills including one month practical training at airport to provide a student with valuable job insights prior to placement. We have entered into corporate tie-ups with leading aviation players in India which will allow us to tap into their vast resources for faculty, guest lectures, placements and designing course curriculum according to the industry’s dynamic scenario. Students completing the course will get joint certification of iLEAD and the designated authority for certification of aviation jobs under the Skill India initiative of the Govt of India. “

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