HAL Welcomes 46th Batch of Management and Design Trainees

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) proudly welcomed the 46th batch of Management and Design Trainees (MTs and DTs) in a ceremonious induction programme held recently. The event marked the commencement of a rigorous 52-week training regimen at the HAL Management Academy, encompassing diverse disciplines such as aeronautics, production, electrical, electronics, computer science, finance, human resources, legal, and more. Out of an impressive pool of over 30,000 applicants, a total of 139 promising trainees were selected for this esteemed program.


During this auspicious occasion, Mr C.B. Ananthakrishnan, CMD (Additional Charge), unveiled seven comprehensive handbooks covering technical and managerial subjects, underscoring HAL’s commitment to holistic learning and skill development.


Addressing the assembly, Mr Ananthakrishnan encouraged the trainees to approach their roles with unwavering dedication and fervour. He emphasized HAL’s standing among the top 40 companies in India by market capitalization and its global rank of 29th. He highlighted the company’s ambitious trajectory within the context of ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ and the promising prospects arising from ongoing developments of new products. Mr Ananthakrishnan underscored the pivotal role of the trainees as the torchbearers of HAL’s continued success, urging them to surpass stakeholder expectations and propel HAL’s legacy to greater heights.


Echoing this sentiment, Mr. A.B. Pradhan, Director of HR, urged the trainees to embrace their roles at HAL not just as a career pursuit but as a mission intertwined with the nation’s aspirations. He emphasized the significance of delivering quality work while finding fulfilment and pride in their contributions to the nation.


The event witnessed insights from prominent figures including Mr Jayadeva E.P, Director of Operations, Mr. Mihir Kanti Mishra, CEO (of Bangalore Complex), Mr. S. Anbuvelan, CEO (of Helicopter Complex), and Mr G Srikantha Sharma, Executive Director, HMA. Each leader urged the trainees to seize the initiative in spearheading the design of future aircraft and striving for excellence.


As a testament to HAL’s capabilities, various indigenously manufactured items, including 3D-printed parts, engine components, machined parts, and instruments from different HAL complexes, were showcased, exemplifying the company’s prowess and innovation in the aerospace domain.



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