PM Narendra Modi inaugurates in Bengaluru the largest aerospace engineering plant of Boeing outside the United States.

The Boeing India Engineering and Technology Center (BIETC) campus in Bengaluru was officially opened to the public on January 19, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was personally present to witness the event. Additionally, this ceremony served as the occasion for the launch of the Boeing Sukanya Program.

An investment of ₹1,600,000 was made in the construction of the BIETC, which is a facility that is considered to be state-of-the-art. This facility is the largest investment of its sort made by an American aerospace company outside of the United States, and it is situated on a land that has a total area of 43 acres.

Boeing believes that the BIETC will become a vital component in the company’s efforts to engage with India on the development of next-generation products and services for the aerospace and defense industry worldwide. These efforts are aimed at enhancing collaboration between the two countries.Additionally, the Prime Minister of India created the Boeing Sukanya Program, which is intended to encourage and facilitate the engagement of a greater number of young girls from all over India in the booming aviation industry of the country. This program was designed to encourage and facilitate such participation.

PM Narendra Modi inaugurates in Bengaluru the largest aerospace engineering plant of Boeing outside the United States.
PM Narendra Modi inaugurates in Bengaluru the largest aerospace engineering plant of Boeing outside the United States.

In addition to providing them with the opportunity to gain vital skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), the program will also provide them with training for careers in the aviation sector. Girls and women from all around India will have the option to enroll in the program.

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Throughout the course of the initiative, there will be a total of 150 different locations where STEM laboratories will be created. The purpose of these laboratories is to encourage young women to seek careers in STEM subjects. Additionally, it will provide financial help to female students who are interested in pursuing a profession as pilots during their academic career. The investments will be utilized to support initiatives such as the curriculum for flight training, the acquisition of certifications, the funding for simulator trainings, and educational programs for the promotion of professional careers.

On Friday of this week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the official opening of the new global engineering and technology center campus that Boeing has created in close proximity to the city of Bengaluru. The Boeing India Engineering and Technology Centre (BIETC) campus, which encompasses 43 acres and was built at a cost of Rs 1,600 crore, is the largest investment of its sort that the aircraft maker has made outside of the United States from a geographical standpoint.

As for other developments, the government of Karnataka has highlighted that the 22nd of January would be a working day for schools, despite the fact that the managements of private schools intend to live-stream the event for the students. This comes as a response to claims that activists affiliated with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had requested a holiday on that particular day in preparation for the consecration of the Ram temple in Orissa.

PM Narendra Modi inaugurates in Bengaluru the largest aerospace engineering plant of Boeing outside the United States.
PM Narendra Modi inaugurates in Bengaluru the largest aerospace engineering plant of Boeing outside the United States.

During this interim period, the administration of Karnataka, which is led by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, is going to investigate the possibility of abolishing a labor regulation that permits workdays of twelve hours for employees. The CM, on the other hand, has declared that the state will go back to the eight-hour workdays that were formerly required for businesses located within the state.

India should accelerate efforts to become the premier aircraft manufacturing ecosystem, says PM Modi at the inauguration of Boeing site.
On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the cutting-edge Boeing India Engineering & Technology Center (BIETC) facility in Bengaluru’s Devanahalli neighborhood (near Kempegowda International Airport).

The 43-acre facility, which cost Rs 1,600 crore to build, is Boeing’s largest investment outside of the United States.

Speaking at the event, Modi emphasized that India should accelerate efforts to become a premier aircraft manufacturing ecosystem by using its MSME network and diversified talent pool.

What is the Boeing India Engineering and Technology Center, which Prime Minister Modi opened in Bengaluru?
On Friday (January 19), Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the largest investment facility outside the United States for airplane manufacturer Boeing in Bengaluru. The Boeing India Engineering and Technology Centre (BIETC), which cost Rs 1,600 crore to build, spans a 43-acre site.

Here’s everything you need to know about the cutting-edge facility that will welcome Indian talent, with a special emphasis on empowering girls and women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

 

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