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Hyderabad | Monday, Aug 10 2015 IST
:Aeronautical Society of India (ASI) President and NITI Ayogmember Dr.V.K.Saraswat has said that the aerospace industry industry in Indiahas immense opportunities provided they improve their quality.

He told newsmen here last evening that if the aerospace industry in the country besides improving quality of their products tie up with foreign industries, they could garner at least 30 per cent of the 200 billion dollar aerospace components requirement in the country during the next 20 years.

Hindustan Aeronautics limited (HAL) chairman and manging director T.Suvarna Raju who was also present that HAL was planning to produce civil aircraft design for which had already been prepared.

A technical meet and Aerospace luminary lecture was organised by the Hyderabad branch of the AeSI at the BM Birla science museum, here last evening which was participated by about 300 eminent scientists, engineers, industrialists and professionals from the aerospace sector.

The AeSI comprising eminent scientists and engineers is a highly acknowledged professional body dedicated to the growth of aerospace activities in the country.It was founded in 1948 to promote the advancement and dissemination of knowledge of aeronautical and aerospace sciences and technologies and to strive for elevation of aerospace profession.

Dr.G.Satheesh Reddy,scientific adviser to the defence minister is the present chairman of the AeSI,Hyderabad.UNI SMS KNR VV RSS1255

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