Government of Telangana and French aviation services training provider Aero Campus Aquitaine signed a Memorandum of Understanding to set up a training academy at Begumpet Airport.
The academy is expected to produce personnel trained in maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO). State’s Principal Secretary for Industries Arvind Kumar signed the MoU with Jerome Verschave of Aero Campus and Anna Raimat of Bordequx Metropole, in the presence of Industries Minister Jupally Krishna Rao.
The academy will initially start with 300 students but intends to train 2000 annually in three years.
“The agreement supports the

creation and development of a training center based on the Aerocampus Aquitaine model. The government and the academy would work in partnership to manage the project between the local experts and aerocampus experts,” Mr. Kumar said.
The academy will train personnel in various facets of MRO sector. Aspirants from weaker sections will benefit from government subsidy.
Mr. Kumar also informed that residential facilities will be provided.
The MoU was signed on the penultimate day of India Aviation Exhibition and Conference, which according to Mr. Kumar has generated interest in Telangana among manufacturers.

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