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According to Kishore Jayaraman, Rolls-Royce is committed to provide students with ready-employable skills

Aerospace Rolls-Royce signs MoU with RGNAU

Feb 7, 2017

Rolls-Royce recently signed an MoU with Rajiv Gandhi National Aviation University (RGNAU) to build future competencies required by the Indian aviation industry. RGNAU was set up to facilitate and promote aviation studies and research.

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Rolls-Royce recently signed an MoU with Rajiv Gandhi National Aviation University (RGNAU) to build future competencies required by the Indian aviation industry. RGNAU was set up to facilitate and promote aviation studies and research. According to IATA, India is expected to be the third largest aviation market with 278 million passengers by 2026. Kishore Jayaraman, President, India & South Asia,\ Rolls-Royce, explained what this means in terms of skills development and said, “India’s aviation sector currently supports 8 million jobs, and with the burgeoning aviation industry, we need to ensure a steady pipeline of highly skilled talent. Rolls Royce is committed to work with academic institutions to help provide students with ready employable skills. We are proud to collaborate with RGNAU in pursuit of this objective.” Shaing similar thoughts, Nalin Kumar Tandon, Vice Chancellor, RGNAU, said, “RGNAU considers the partnership with Rolls-Royce important in its effort to offer world-class aviation education in India.”

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