Pune/Mumbai, March 14, 2023: DroneAcharya Aerial Innovations Limited, a Pune-based drone service provider and DGCA certified Drone Pilot Training organization, today announced its partnership with Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU. SPPU is one of India’s top Universities and a globally acknowledged knowledge Center and a Center of Excellence in teaching and research-based in Pune city. SPPU is also known as the ‘Oxford of the East’.
The major purpose of the partnership is to work together with SPPU to initiate courses concentrating on the applications of drones like drone building, drone data processing, applications of drones in disaster management and agriculture, and Python coding, in addition to the flagship DGCA Certified Drone Pilot Training Course.
To date, DroneAcharya has certified more than 230 DGCA-certified drone pilots within a span of only nine months from their RPTO in their Pune Headquarters and overall, more than 600 students. They aim to train 25000 pilots each year.
Drones have become more integral to the operations of a wide range of companies and government agencies, breaking through previously uncharted territory in a variety of industries. Drones provide several benefits to companies throughout the world, including increased efficiency and productivity, decreased labor and production costs, improved accuracy, refined service, and customer interactions, and worldwide solutions to security challenges.
The opportunity for individuals in the drone industry is increasing by the day as the drone industry is expanding rapidly. This has opened up new career avenues for young people. With the increase in demand for skilled professionals in the industry, there is an increasing need for drone-specific training and education. Shri Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways in the closing ceremony of the ‘Agrovision’ exhibition said, “Use of drones in the farm sector can generate 50 lakh jobs.”
“DroneAcharya Aerial Innovations through our association with Savitribai Phule Pune University will become an integral source to cater to the significant increase in the need for qualified professionals in the drone business as a result of increasing demand for drones in every industry in light of the Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal of making India a drone hub by 2030,” says Prateek Srivastava, Founder, and Managing Director of DroneAcharya.