Aptech Aviation Academy places 6 candidates
Six students from Belagavi’s Aptech Aviation Academy have been chosen to work at Mopa International Airport. These pupils are among 11 others who have successfully arrived at various airports and airline firms in India, consisting of 3 girls and 8 boys.
They will shortly begin working for their various airports and airlines after successfully finishing their training at the Academy.
The majority of these students are from rural areas and have already finished their elementary schooling in their native tongue. On Monday morning, a program of congratulations for these students was held in the academy’s auditorium.
As these youngsters, who came from vernacular-speaking families, spoke English with ease, their parents were overcome with emotion. Young boys and girls from remote rural areas in the districts of Kolhapur, Belagavi, Satara, and Sangli described their educational and recruitment experiences.
Vinod Bamane, director of Aptech, said, “We at Aptech leave no stone unturned to see that the students are adequately trained in all elements of the aviation sector and are well trained to pursue their careers successfully and confidently.”
“Vistara Airlines has chosen Khushi Bhandari to be a cabin crew member” (air hostess). Yallappa Chougule, Vinod Pattanshetty, Rohan Kamble, Tameem Attar, Rahul Harugoppa, and Naveen Revadi are the six students chosen by Encalm Company to work at Mopa International Airport in Goa.
According to Vinod Bamane of Aptech Aviation Academy, four students—Sohel Sonikar, Umesh Hongekar, Kalyani Jadhav, and Laxmi Channegeri—were chosen for the Hyderabad International Airport.
The honorees included Bollywood actor Raj Purohit and Sandalwood actor Ranjan Chatrapati, who has appeared in Hollywood films. Jyoti Bamane, Vicky Subedar, and Branch Manager Prakash Patil were also there as representatives of Saraswati Infotech.
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