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MiG-21 for city college

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 8 � The Union Defence Ministry has gifted a MiG 21 aircraft to the College of Aeronautical Engineering (CAE) located at Borjhar in the city outskirts.

Informing this, Bikram Singh Lahkar of CAE said that aircraft gifted by the Ministry is coming handy in making the students acquainted with the know-how of aircrafts in a better way.

Lahkar, while stating that the Civil Aviation Ministry too is laying special stress in developing quality aeronautical engineers in the North East region in view of increasing tensions across the borders, said that the college is leaving no stone unturned to produce quality engineers.

�Every year, over two thousand aspiring aeronautical engineers had to move out of the region to pursue their dreams. Crores of rupees was going out of the region year after year, which is why setting up of CAE became very crucial for the interest of the region,� Lahkar said.

�There is a dearth of technical expertise in the region, especially about heavy-lift aircraft and our institute aims to cater to that,� Lahkar added.

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MiG-21 for city college

GUWAHATI, May 8 � The Union Defence Ministry has gifted a MiG 21 aircraft to the College of Aeronautical Engineering (CAE) located at Borjhar in the city outskirts.

Informing this, Bikram Singh Lahkar of CAE said that aircraft gifted by the Ministry is coming handy in making the students acquainted with the know-how of aircrafts in a better way.

Lahkar, while stating that the Civil Aviation Ministry too is laying special stress in developing quality aeronautical engineers in the North East region in view of increasing tensions across the borders, said that the college is leaving no stone unturned to produce quality engineers.

�Every year, over two thousand aspiring aeronautical engineers had to move out of the region to pursue their dreams. Crores of rupees was going out of the region year after year, which is why setting up of CAE became very crucial for the interest of the region,� Lahkar said.

�There is a dearth of technical expertise in the region, especially about heavy-lift aircraft and our institute aims to cater to that,� Lahkar added.