On 5 November 2014, the Class 9 students were taken on a field trip to HAL Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum.
The students were split into three groups, each accompanied by a guide and explored this acclaimed heritage site. They visited several large galleries, the first of them being dedicated to the past chairman of this historic PSU. Along the corridor, there weregalleries depicting the achievements of this establishment from its founding to the present day. A documentary was also shown to the students which explained the construction and functioning of the several new aircraft models and told them of the people of the workforce which made this possible. This was followed by a tour of the entire museum, which featured life-size models Indian aircrafts such as Dhruvand Rudra. They were even allowed to have a trial run on the flight simulator, which proved to be an excellent way to learn how to fly an aircraft.
In conclusion, the trip to HAL Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum enhanced, enriched and educated the students and painted a clear picture ofaircrafts and how they function. They had a wonderful experience exploring the world of aviation.