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Can Aeronautical engineers work for public sector organizations?

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RE: Can Aeronautical engineers work for public sector organizations?

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Aeronautical engineers deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space exploration, and defense systems. They specialize in the designing, construction, development, testing, operation, and maintenance of commercial and military aircraft, spacecrafts and their components, and satellites and missiles. The main focus in this area is on design and development, which extends to even space and satellite research. Specializations are offered in areas, like structural design, navigational guidance and control systems, instrumentation and communication, and production methods. Aeronautical engineering aspirants can also focus on a particular product, such as military aircrafts, passenger planes, helicopters, satellites, rockets etc.
The jobs are surely available for aeronautical engineers in the public sector organizations. In Indian context, the defense service, particularly the Air Force and Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) are two major employers for aeronautical engineers. Moreover, aeronautical engineers can seek employment in organizations, like Hindustan Aeronautical Ltd. (HAL), Defense Research and Development Laboratories (DRDO), National Aeronautical Lab (NAL), and Aeronautical Development Establishment. Employment opportunities can also be explored in civil aviation sectors, where they can be absorbed by public sector airlines, like Indian Airlines and Air India.

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