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Dr. V.M. Ghatge, Chief Designer, with the Mockup of the first indigenously designed Aircraft, the HT - 2 Trainer. 1948
The sky appears to be the limit for our growth.
Today, HAL has 19 Production Units and 10 Research & Design Centres in 8 locations in India.
Vigilance Department in HAL was set up in 1969 pursuant of formation of Central Vigilance Commission (CVC)based on the model recommended by CBI.
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Shri Daljeet Singh is a graduate in Mechanical Engineering and joined HAL as Management Trainee in August 1979. He has got 35 years of experience in Manufacture, Assembly, Testing and ROH of various variants of MiG series & Su-30MKI fighter aircraft. He has worked in different capacities at Nasik Division from Management Trainee to Chief of production to General Manager in both Aircraft Manufacturing & Overhaul Division, Nasik. In view of his technical knowledge, dedication, sincerity towards his work including manufacturing/ management skills, he was elevated as Executive Director, Nasik. Presently he has risen to the position of Chief Executive Officer, MiG Complex. As CEO, he is heading 4 production units & 2 Design Centres at Nasik and Koraput, involved in Manufacturing and Overhaul of Fighter aircraft viz Su-30MKI, MiG variants, its Aeroengines, Design support, upgrades & modernisation.
During his illustrious career in HAL, he has contributed significantly in the areas of Manufacturing and Repair/Overhaul of various variants of Fighter Aircraft of Russian origin like MiG-21, 27 & Su-30MKI Aircraft. He has contributed to the success of many important projects such as Su-30MKI Aircraft, BISON Upgrade, Repair and Overhaul for MiG-21, MiG-27 & Su-30MKI aircraft
Shri Daljeet Singh has been instrumental in setting up the ROH facility for Su-30MKI Aircraft which is the first such facility in the world. He is presently providing required fillip to ramp up the ROH Capacity of Su-30MKI aircraft at Nasik and AL-31FP Engine at Koraput
Under his leadership, HAL handed over the first overhauled SU-30 aircraft to the Indian Air Force in the presence of Hon’ble. Defence Minister on 9th Jan 2015. Life extension of Su-30MKI aircraft from 10 years to 14 years was also accomplished to ensure optimum utilization of national assets.
Aircraft Upgrade & Research Centre, Nasik successfully integrated BrahMos and ASTRA missiles on Su-30 aircraft, under his guidance, greatly enhancing the potency of the platform. The first Su-30 integrated with BrahMos missile was handed over to the Indian Air Force during Aero India 2015.
MiG Complex with his support has been at the forefront for undertaking indigenous design and development of Ground Support/ Handling Equipments to assist IAF in having support equipment available 24X7 resulting in high availability of Su-30MKI aircraft.
He has steered Operationalisation of HAL, Nasik Airport and various initiatives towards development of the region as part of its Corporate social responsibility.