Aeronautical Engineers are trained to design aircraft. Their main job includes designing aircraft and propulsion systems and studying the aerodynamic performance of aircraft and construction materials. After completion of Aeronautical various job opportunities are there in manufacturing of Aircraft, Aircraft Propulsion, Aircraft Systems. Aeronautical engineering governing body &is approved by AICTE
Aerospace engineering is the primary field of engineering concerned with the development of aircraft and spacecraft. has two major and overlapping branches: aeronautical engineering and aeronautical engineering. Avionics engineering is similar, but deals with the electronics side of aerospace engineering. After completion of Aerospace Engineering various job opportunities are there in manufacturing of Aircraft, spacecraft & Propulsion System. Aerospace Engineering governing body &is approved by AICTE
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering deals with maintenance of Aircraft & Aircraft system which is differs from Aeronautical Engineering & Aerospace Engineering.
Regulatory body of aviation is DGCA and DGCA only approved to AME course. In the aviation industry DGCA is the issuing authority to issue a license to AME and pilot, airlinepermit, approval to MRO’s, airline and flying institute.
There is huge scope in the maintenance of the aircraft in India and abroad because all airlines, MRO’s and flying institutes are only involving in the maintenance of the aircraft.
Aircraft maintenance engineering students get the license of the aircraft and eligible to work on aircraft and responsible for certificate release to safety for its airworthiness and before each flight they issue the CRS for its airworthiness after inspection then only pilot will accept the aircraft for flying.
In the AME College you can see the aircraft in working condition and different types of component, equipment, engine, electrical, instrument and radio equipment. Lot of job opportunities there in all the Airlines, maintenance organization, flying club, technical publications for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering students.