Wednesday, February 20, 2008

After exams what

Well results are out and this time looking at the results i found the the results were on the positive side as compared to the last time.

So what after exams. For those who have completed section A, They will come to section B , with new vigour and resolve.

And for those who had completed section B. There are plenty of options.

The one those that are coming to my mind are.

Straight to job.
Training at some organisation
Furthur studies

So whatever be your option, one thing you must keep in mind if you want to succeed.

Take pride in the degree you have completed and respect it and yourself for the efforts you have put in. Don't let other person's ignorance about the degree dull your shine.

You are a professional now, so act professional in all your dealing weather it is applying for jobs or for training

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Some problem with posting

My last 3 posts that i have sent to blogger has not been published. It seems there is some problem with the blogger.

So thouse who are visiting this website please hold on.

Will try to resolve the problem as soon as i can. Till then read the links on the front page.

Friday, February 15, 2008

AeSI AGM questions

For reasons of work, i was not able to attend the AGM in chennai this time. Nither did any of my firends that i know of. Maybe they had the project deliver schdule as i have.....

anyway i wioluld like to know the status of these 2 questions.

1. What is AeSI's position on the one semester extension for those wanted extension?
2. Were the question of AeSI placement cell raised?

plese do let me know if anyone have an idea. And alos do send in how you liked the whole AGM. Do you think its relevant?

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

AeSI section A comparision

Check out the comparision of section A results of modifed and the old syllabus.

Friday, February 08, 2008

AMAeSI Results are out for december 2007.

Check your results at AeSI sites at the following address - main aesi site - aesi site nal's url

Best of luck guys and gals !!!

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Get ready for TATA as its enters Aerospace domain

It's not just Nano, that TATA is concentrating on. They have an eye on the booming aerospace domain too. The Boeing Company, the world's
leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined, has entered into an agreement with India's TAL Manufacturing Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Motors, for the manufacturing of structural components for Boeing's 787 Dreamliner airplane programme.
Under the agreement, TAL Manufacturing Solutions will build floor beams for the 787 using new technology with advanced titanium and composite materials.These floor beams will be used on the 787 Dreamliner and provide for a best-value solution and significant weight savings.

So AeSI folks, rejoice as you have one more avenue open

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Waiting for AeSI to announce AMAeSI results for December 2007!!

Hi everyone

Waiting for AeSI results to be announced! Are you online to check if results are out? Till now last I checked there is still no activity at AeSI's site regarding this... site is till lying dormant, though I guess pageveiws for the site must have increased.

Anyway for the time being, why not check out the cool video of India's first mission to moon. It available on you tube and it's really really good. To get a direct link visit

Apart from the results, the enews letter is not yet updated. Once that is done, I know AeSI is ready with the AMAeSI results for December 2007!!!

Ok best of luck guys and gals.

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Making games is like making simulations.

Those you know me,they know that for the last 6+ months or more games
development specially for my MotoRokr phone is my fav pass time. And
just like in my previous work as design engineer in NAL, i simulate
peformance of a gas turbine engine, here in javascripts games that i
write, i simulate the environment of the game.

In the latest game that i'm working write now is on based on riding a
aircraft. No its not a flight simulator, but a small aircraft flying
around in environment. I am simulating that part. The game is still
untitled and still under development. The basic aim of the game is to
fly the aircraft without falling and without any incident with the
other things. So its a pure joy experience of manuvering your plane.

now i have the i have idea of making the aircraft more agile.

one more game that is still in mind is related to chandrayaan, india's
first mission to moon. I want to make something related to that. A
game that is interesting and catches the spirit of india's giant leap.

Annual general meeting of the Aeronautical Society of India (AeSI

The need to restructure the research and development department and improve the design and development department of public sector undertakings in aeronautics was stressed by experts here on Saturday.

Addressing the annual general meeting of the Aeronautical Society of India (AeSI), Roddam Narasimha, chairman of the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore, said: “We have to restructure the aeronautical profession and enterprise at the earliest.”

Noting that the stage was set for the purchase of civil aircraft worth $100 billion, he said public sector units were unable to retain talented workers. “Whatever talent we have is migrating to other countries. More attention needs to be paid to aeronautics,” he said.

Comparing aeronautics to automobile industry, Srinivasapuram Krishnaswamy, former Air Chief Marshall and Chief of Air Staff, said the sector needed better marketing strategies and user-driven products.

On the future of military aircraft development in India, Mr. Krishnaswamy said the country’s aviation was witnessing an unprecedented growth. But, the civil and military aviation needs were met through import. And this was due to stagnation in the research and development and design and development of aeronautics.

Though Indian companies had the ability to design, develop and produce world-class aircraft and helicopters profitably, they just remained as centres for making components and spare parts.

source : The hindu

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