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IAF Carrier Guidance and Exhibition held at Punjabi University Patiala

IAF Carrier Guidance and Exhibition held at Punjabi University Patiala

Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in News/ May 8,2024

The Indian Air Force (IAF) held a lively event recently to showcase the interesting career prospects inside its ranks and to provide guidance to aspiring aviators. Working in conjunction with Placement Cell, Punjabi University Patiala hosted the Carrier Guidance and Exhibition Event on May 6, 2024, which brought together aviation enthusiasts, students, and inquisitive minds eager to learn more about the field of military aviation. During the event, the Disha Cell, a specialised unit inside the IAF, took centre stage. In an effort to give attendees accurate information and career counsel, the Disha Cell responded to their inquiries. Wing Commander Gaurave Lohani stressed the value of making educated decisions for anyone thinking about joining the Indian Air Force. “We want to demystify the process and inspire young men and women to dream big,” He stated. Experienced IAF officers presented interactive session at the event. Participants got the chance to have open discussions with pilots, navigators, and members of the ground crew. A large display area included everything from aircraft models to flight simulators that highlighted different facets of IAF life. A high tech bus was placed at University College of Engineering Punjabi University, which showed the tools and technology used by IAF personnel.

IAF Carrier Guidance and Exhibition held at Punjabi University Patiala

IAF Carrier Guidance and Exhibition held at Punjabi University Patiala. Wing Commander Gaurave Lohani addressed the students from various department and Punjabi University Model School outlining the different pathways to join the IAF. “Whether you’re a science graduate, an engineer, or a commerce student, there’s a place for you in the IAF,” he said.

Attendees learned about the Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT), the National Defense Academy (NDA), and direct entry options for graduates. His account of risky missions and the unwavering spirit of IAF soldiers held the attention of the audience, who hung on his every word. Young eyes gleamed with resolve as the session came to an end.

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