‘1st All Nepal Aeronautics Engineers Assembly’ was conducted today at Airport Hotel in aim of introducing a Aeronautical Society of Nepal (AeSN) for the better future of aeronautics profession in Nepali aviation industry.
The program today was attended by aeronautical engineers working in various airline operators of Nepal along with senior engineers.
Bikalpa Bomjan Gurung, Flight Operations Engineer from Buddha Air gave an insight for the importance of establishing AeSN. He said that the influence of aeronautical engineer can be broadened through the unity of all the engineers around the country. The resources, ideas and expertise become limited in absence of such society which is an obstruction for various aviation related projects however, initiation of AeSN will create a unified environment hence, making the resources and ideas unlimited, he added.
Senior engineers from various airlines also supported the approach of young aeronautical engineers who are desperate in introducing the aeronautical society and also committed to provide necessary support.
The program today specially highlighted the introduction, objectives, membership details and further possibility of forming AeSN.
The increasing trend of Nepalese students travelling abroad for aeronautical engineering due to unavailability of such course in Nepal was also discussed in the assembly today. And the professors from Institute of Engineering (IOE), Pulchowk announced that the Bachelors in Aeronautical Engineering will be introduced in Nepal from the upcoming new session in collaboration with Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA), China.
Forming a Aeronautical Society has become a global trend as it advances the sciences, engineering, technology and management of aerospace, aeronautics and aviation which then promotes the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits. So, the aeronautics engineers from Nepal have brought a meaningful thought to introduce such society for better future of engineers and also the aviation industry of Nepal.