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  1. Guest

    hi i am an electrnics and communication engg student studying in third
    year. i want to work in aviation sector.what should i do? having my
    B.E degree only can i get a job in aviation sector.?can any one guide
    me?
     
  2. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    Are you in the US?

    The big aerospace companies - Pratt&Whitney, GE, Boeing, Raytheon,
    Lockheed, Honeywell, are always looking for good engineers. And the
    MRO (airframe/avionics/engine maintenance) industry is huge, and they
    do some very sophisticated stuff.

    But I wish you kids would respect spelling and punctuation. Your style
    makes you sound like a doofus, and these people don't hire doofi.

    John
     
  3. Guest


    http://www.southwest.com/careers/careers.html
     
  4. Joel Koltner

    Joel Koltner Guest

    25? years from now presumably kids like this will be running companies and
    folks using proper punctuation and spelling might be the ones look like
    doofuses. :)
     
  5. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

  6. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    Learn how to use the English language properly.

    Graham
     
  7. Guest


    Doesn't matter. They're not currently hiring anyway.

    I just realized from the OP's IP address that he's in India. I tried
    to find some Indian Aerospace links, but couldn't find too many.
    Maybe better to work in China...?

    M
     
  8. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Marching_Morons

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  9. Yep.

    This is why, in general, I am hesitant to criticize anyone who makes
    mistakes while speaking/writing a "non-native" language. I would say
    that 90% of my friends are foreign, and so I am used to hearing them
    call things "the Hoover" when they actually meant "the oven". Also,
    my verbose, bland, devoid-of-contractions postings are deliberate, to
    provide a crutch to those whose native language is not English, as we
    all (should) know what it is like have to communicate in a "non-
    native" language.

    I think Americans sometimes under-appreciate how difficult it is for
    non-Americans to do more or less the same things we do, plus learn 2
    or 3 foreign languages, generally with less financial support and less
    free time. I see this difference in expectations every 3rd Thursday of
    the month from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. I have dinner at a French
    restaurant with American francophiles/francophones, and while some of
    them learned French well, the bad pronunciation and and mistakes that
    some others make are downright embarrassing, despite some of them
    being highly educated and relatively affluent.

    None of them are criticized.

    -Le Chaud Lapin-
     
  10. On Fri, 7 Dec 2007 12:28:46 -0800 (PST), the renowned
    How could they expect to lob lethal payloads at their neighbors
    without an aerospace industry?

    http://home.att.net/~s-prasad/aero_india.html

    http://www.spacewar.com/reports/Russia_To_Help_India_Test_Supersonic_Cruise_Missile_999.html


    "The Brahmos missile, named after India's Brahmaputra River and
    Russia's Moscow River, has a range of 180 miles and can carry a
    conventional warhead of up to 660 pounds. It can hit ground targets
    flying at an altitude as low as 10 meters (30 feet) and at a speed of
    Mach 2.8."

    IMHO, aerospace is one of the fields where a doctorate or better is a
    major advantage.



    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
     
  11. Most of them smell pretty nice.


    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
     
  12. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    Southwest? No they just have to have practice being surly ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  13. You need to join Al-Qaeda. Just follow the Islamic spams in this newsgroop.

    VLV
     
  14. Guest


    Right, but that's an att.net link. Does India have something akin to
    NASA, the ESA, or Airbus Industries?

    M
     
  15. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    My French is really bad, but I do know that sentences start with
    capital letters in French. His English is pretty much identical to
    what many American students post here, sort of IM-speak.

    John
     
  16. Guest


    .... I guess Brahmos is as close as it gets...
    http://www.brahmos.com/aboutus.html

    M
     
  17. It's a damn poor mind that can only think of one way to spell a word.
    -- Andrew Jackson
     
  18. On Fri, 7 Dec 2007 16:02:32 -0800 (PST), the renowned
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Space_Research_Organisation (l

    "The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is India's national
    space agency. With its headquarters in Bangalore, the ISRO employs
    approximately 20,000 people, with a budget around 815 million US$ at
    March 2006 exchange rate."

    http://pib.nic.in/feature/feyr2003/ffeb2003/f180220031.html

    SARAS, India’s first civilian aircraft, a 14-seater, rolled out of the
    hangar on 4th February, 2003 as part of the Bangalore airshow without
    taking to wings. It will be sometime, probably by the year-end, before
    the SARAS can soar into the sky on its maiden test flight. At the
    spectacular air show, SARAS however, did create a flutter revealing
    her majestic design and looks, reserving kudos for a later date.


    http://www.upi.com/International_Se...20/outside_view_mig35s_for_india_part_1/6210/

    India has announced a tender to buy 126 multi-role fighter jets for
    its air force. The winner will get a 40-year contract for more than
    $10 billion, covering not only the delivery of aircraft but also their
    licensed local production, supply of spare parts, and much else.

    Under the tender conditions, the first 18 fighters must be delivered
    to New Delhi in assembled form, and the remaining 108 produced at HAL,
    or Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd., plants under a license. There is also
    an option for an additional 64 aircraft, which means the contract may
    be increased to $16 billion

    http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?newsid=1134092

    NEW DELHI: India and Russia will jointly build a fighter plane which
    will incorporate stealth technology and carry "super" missiles,
    India's defence minister said on Monday.



    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
     
  19. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    English IS a native language in India. It's one of the two languages (English and
    Hindi) they have that's spoken across the entire country.

    Graham
     
  20. TheM

    TheM Guest

    Yep, but what kind of English? :)

    M
     
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