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    Anonymous

    You mean design as in paintshop, or requirements?

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    indian

    BOSS ur true desh bhakt i will join this when i complete my BTECH in aerospace..now i cant join this sorry

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    Anonymous

    Design means design. And excuse means excuse.

    A painter will paint with passion and some one with excuses will give an excuse……just like Mr Indian.

    And if I wanna participate then I will participate be it BTECH or NO BTECH.

    Heh……….just try once more before u give up or just stay away from commenting u nekariya.

    Shiv that is ONE TIGHT SLAP FOR CRITICS WE SEE.

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    Anonymous

    lets see if we can keep corruption out of this and the fundings goes for the tech used to design the aircraft.

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    hotgene

    Since the job needs one person from engineering background, it is correct what ever the Indian said.

    But we should pass and spread the word to others so that most of the graduates know about such opportunities. As we send SMS to our friends about new year we should also sms such things.

    All the best to those engineers who are applying for this.

    Jai Hind

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    NCA Sceptic

    Shiv, it would be very useful if you could put together a table comparing the NCA with its global competitors from Embraer, Bombardier, Comac, Mitsubishi and Sukhoi.

    This is a pretty crowded product space and I want to see what the NCA is offering that the others are not.

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    thelazyreader

    Bah. The 14-seater Saras has yet to be finished even after decades and they want to build a 90-seater jet. The only good point I see is that they are finally inviting participation from the Indian private sector, this way we may finally see some results on time.

    Of course, given how Socialist AK Antony's defence ministry is they may suddenly block all this and award the development to HAL again without explanation. And then 20 years later it will crash and we'll go running to the Russians again.

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    AIRBUS

    so yet again we embark on wasting more than a billion dollars on something which is not our core competencey.
    why cant we just stick to making fighter planes helicopters and rockets missiles n tanks.

    this project will just waste valuable resources and money.
    when we already have boeing airbus embraer bombardier in this segment what the hell are we trying to do getting into the civil aviation manufacturing business.

    this indigienous bug is gone to far with this new civilian aeroplane development.

    NAL should be asked to focus all its energies on getting TEJAS up and running.

    bloody waste of money

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    Anonymous

    the question is….do we see a market for a 70 seater jet….rising fuel prices would push that market in favour of turboprops i think

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