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CV, Young Technician with Aviation background seeks role in industry

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 9347

List top 5 skills: autocad., basic maintenance, catia v5, ms office package
Short Bio:

I'am a fresher, I belong to department of Aerospace Engineering so I'm looking forward to take employment as any fresher role suitable to me, as per my career I belong to maintenance, also recently submitted and published my research work on Piezoelectrics to IAEng, and even currently planning to do 2-3 research papers, also recently I attended GATE 2013 in Dubai from that conference I came to know that only job will teach you in advanced way to practice things what we learn in our daily life, So I believe I can be a great addition to your team with my wide spread knowledge in my subject.

Current location: 

Karnataka, India - View on map

Spoken languages: 

english, french, Hindi, KANNADA, Tamil, Telugu

Locations I am interested in working:



 Diploma in Aviation Management with Airline Customer Service Passed in First Class from [Trade Wings Institute of Management, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.] in [February 2007.]

 Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering Passed in First class, [73. 53%] from

[Hindustan Electronics Academy, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.] in [June 2010.]

Academic Project 1:

Title Design, Numerical Simulation, Fabrication and Flow Visualization of an Annular Aerospike Nozzle and Conventional C-D Nozzles.

Technology Propulsion

Project Description This project mainly focuses on the design, performance, and testing ability of Aerospike nozzle with bell and conical nozzle. So in this project we had to design all the three nozzles and simulate it. So design was based on Method of Characteristics and all three nozzles were designed using CATIA, ANSYS. And flow simulation for all three nozzles was done using FLUENT software. In testing we used three flow visualization methods like Schlieren Flow Visualization, Shadowgraph Flow Visualization, and Lamp Black Testing. So after testing was done we were able to observe the shock structure, shock formation and shock pattern using all the above methods. After viewing and comparing the results it was proved that Aerospike nozzle was mission effective than other nozzles.

Academic Project 2:

Title Cessna 172(Avionics).

Technology Avionics

Project Description This project mainly focuses on the design and construction of aircraft avionics and structure with MS and explanation of all degrees of freedom with movement of all control column with their axes with aircraft taxiing and Landing Light Indication along with their operation.



Successfully attended GATE 2013 conference in Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central during 18th and 19th November 2013. So on first day conference the delegate speakers was discussing about the ways to improve future aviation and also how to expand the business, on second day of the conference delegates were discussing how and what kind of training is to be provided for each and every pilots and was also discussing how it would affect the seniority in Captaining in aircrafts. So mainly was able to understand how and what difficulties does exist in aviation business and also came with a solution to overcome it.


Successfully completed observation internship in Fujairah Aviation Academy during 15th June to 01st July 2012. Successfully observed Piston engine aircraft with its Specifications and Aircraft Controls with Control Surfaces and its parts and also trained in Scheduled Maintenance for DIAMOND Aircraft and Cessna172 fitted with Lycoming Engines.

Also learned about the fragility in Aviation and Aerospace Industry, and even studied the functional aspects of GARMIN- 1000 Avionics that was installed in DIAMOND aircraft.


Research Publications:

• “Piezoelectrics – A Potential Electric source for Aircrafts”:-

The World Congress on Engineering 2013”July3rd –July 5th

[“The 2013 International Conference of Mechanical Engineering” in London, UK.]

Paper ID: ICME_231