Indian State Government sponsors 7 Cadet Pilot Trainings

Indian Minister for Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes K Radhakrishnan has stated that the Government is sponsoring 7 students for pilot training at the Government owned Rajiv Gandhi Academy for Aviation Technology this year. The government scheme known as ‘wings’ provides 24 lakh (approx. US$33,000) for each student to pursue their flight training.

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