N A C De C - IV
Fourth National Aerospace Conceptual Design Competition
The Aeronautical Society of India
Design Division & Mumbai Branch
We have received the Final Design Reports of the teams shortlisted for Stage II of the competition. Watch this space for further updates.
Suspect each moment, for it is a thief, tiptoeing away with more than it brings. - John Updike
Webinar - 05
28th April 2021
1900 hrs IST
Webinar - 04
20th March 2021
1800 - 1900 hrs IST
Webinar - 03
26th February 2021
1900 hrs IST
Webinar - 02
29th January 2021
1830 hrs IST
Webinar - 01
5th December 2020
1700 hrs IST
UNLEash the aircraft undesigned yet
The Design Division of The Aeronautical Society of India was set up in 2017. It is expected to act as a torch bearer for aerospace design professionals, and to help them scale the professional heights by offering a platform for inter-organisational exchange of ideas, to report professional contributions, to meet, interact and learn from professionals from across the world, and to update and augment professional knowledge. One of the mandates of Design Division is to encourage and nurture Aerospace design related activities in the country, especially among the engineering college students, and encourage them to apply their mind to address challenging aerospace design problems that are relevant to the needs of our country.
With this in mind, the Design Division, in association with the Mumbai Branch, has been conducting an annual National Aerospace Conceptual Design Competition (NACDeC) for students. Three NACDeCs have been successfully conducted so far, and we are happy to announce the 4th NACDeC for the academic year 2020-2021.
The competition will be open to teams of Undergraduate and/or Postgraduate students of Aeronautical or Aerospace Engineering department from CFTIs, or AICTE approved institutionsin India. Each institute can nominate only one team consisting of upto 05 (Five) members, and one Faculty mentor. The role of the Faculty mentor is to liaise with the competition organisers on all policy matters. The Faculty mentor is not supposed to be an active member of the team, or to carry out any specific tasks related to the project.