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HAL Inducts Over 400 Young Officers
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Issue Net Edition | Date : 24 Jun , 2014

Top ranked HAL trainee-officers with HAL management at convocation function in Bangalore. Dr. R.K. Tyagi, Chairman, HAL is seen in the centre (middle row) along with top executives of the company

Over 400 management and design trainees – selected through stringent procedures amid lakhs of applicants – have formally been inducted in Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) as officers at a convocation program held on June 21, 2014. Some of them have graduated from NITs, IITs and other premier engineering and management institutes.

Addressing the young officers Dr. RK Tyagi, Chairman, HAL, urged them to start contributing their mite in the Company’s progress. “This is a defining moment for the country and you have all the opportunity to make your presence felt in India’s defence preparedness”, he said. Dr. Tyagi called upon them to translate their individual talent into meaningful achievements by being a part of a large HAL family.

The trainees belong to 41st batch of HAL and are posted to Korwa, Lucknow, Kanpur, Koraput, Nasik, Hyderabad, Barrackpore and Bangalore. A comprehensive one year training program included industry orientation and management programs. Eminent speakers from institutions and industries interacted with them. The training also included experimental learning through various activities such as group projects, theatre work, visits to charitable institutions and art classes.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. VM Chamola, Director, HR, pointed out that organization is as good as its people and trainees besides bringing new ideas should incorporate values of the older generation which has left a rich legacy. The Directors and MDs of HAL were present on the occasion.

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