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DroneAcharya signs MoU with D.Y. Patil International Univers…

DroneAcharya Aerial Innovations Limited has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with D.Y. Patil International University, Akurdi, Pune (“DYPIU”) for providing Drone centric courses like DGCA certified drone pilot training, drone building, drone data processing and GIS, Python coding and their industry – specific applications in Agriculture and Disaster Management. These courses will be made available not only to the complete capacity of 15,000 students of the University but also to the faculty and non – University students.

DroneAcharya will also establish a Drone Centre of Excellence (CoE) at DYPIU campus for enabling University and students to have access to the technology and use it in their ongoing and upcoming projects. The aim is to jointly conduct Research and Development through this CoE and give industrial exposure to students on live Drone projects.

DYPIU is a prestigious University engaged in providing quality education in Engineering, Technology, Science and Management with interdisciplinary approach and conducting research of the International Standards.

This collaboration will provide an opportunity to the students of the University to gain valuable hands-on experience and expertise in the field of drone flying and drone technology through various Drone-centric courses offered by DroneAcharya. It will also be another step towards sharing knowledge and promoting India as a Global Drone Hub by 2030 as envisioned by our Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.

Source : Equity Bulls

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