Friday, January 8, 2010

51st Foundation Day of ADE

Bangalore, Jan 05. ‘The Aeronautical Technology in the country has to grow considerably if India were to become a super power in future’ opined Dr.V.K.Aatre former Scientific Advisor to Raksha Mantri while speaking at the 51st Foundation day celebrations of Aeronautical Development Establishment [ADE] a unit of DRDO in Bangalore. ‘DRDO must increase the academia interaction to utilize the latent talent of young minds for achieving success in various innovative projects’ said Dr.Aatre. He appealed to the scientific community to seed the interest of science amongst the youngsters who are no doubt big assets of the country. Air Marshal N.V.Tyagi, Deputy Chief of Air Staff IAF was the Chief Guest of the function, who complimented ADE for the commendable Technology achievements made in the various programmes like Lakshya, Nishanth, Flight Control System and Engineering Simulator of L.C.A. ‘The system house like ADE should utilize the knowledge and resources capabilities in delivering the product within the schedule time frame by identifying problems if any, before production’ said Air Marshal Tyagi. All efforts in the indigenous innovations will definitely take the country to strong & self-reliant status if the science & Technology institutions gear up for the new challenges’ he said. NAL Bangalore & IIT Kanpur were awarded with creative partnership award for their stupendous contributions made in the various projects of ADE. The annual institutional awards were given away by the guests. Earlier Mr.P.S.Krishan Director ADE welcomed, Mr.Natarjan Asst Director proposed vote of thanks

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