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The National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), a premier research institute under CSIR (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), is seeking a highly qualified Specialist Consultant to support the development of the SARAS Mk2 multirole Light Transport Aircraft. This is a significant opportunity for an experienced aerospace professional to contribute to a nationally important project.

The SARAS Mk2 project holds immense significance for India’s civil aviation sector. This multirole light transport aircraft promises to enhance domestic air connectivity and cater to diverse operational needs.

The selected Specialist Consultant will play a critical role in the following areas:

  • Guidance and Expertise: Providing expert guidance and support to team members involved in the design and development of various aircraft mechanical subsystems, including flight control systems, brake management systems, landing gears, wheels, and brakes.
  • Coordination and Collaboration: Facilitating seamless coordination between design and manufacturing activities, ensuring smooth project execution.
  • Design Review and Quality Assurance: Reviewing design work and guiding the team towards successful completion of detailed design, manufacturing, assembly, and qualification testing of actuators – crucial components for aircraft control.
  • Leadership in Design and Testing: Providing leadership and guidance to teams engaged in design and testing activities, ensuring adherence to high standards and project timelines.
  • Airworthiness Documentation: Guiding the team in preparing airworthiness documents such as specifications, certification test plans, and qualification test reports – essential for regulatory compliance and aircraft certification.

The Saras Mk 2, a 19-seater multi-purpose civilian aircraft, is being developed by National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Bengaluru, in collaboration with the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).

The development of Saras Mk 2 is expected to be completed by 2025 and make its maiden flight by 2026.

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