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DUAL PROGRAM AME + B.E

DUAL PROGRAM AME+B.E

About Dual Program AME + BE

B.E (Aeronautical) with Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is an unique dual programme to enhance candidate’s skill and qualification to achieve best in this challenging industry. This programme covers Manufacturing (B.E. Aeronautical) and Maintenance of Aircraft (AME) respectively.

Bachelor Degree by Sri Satya Sai University of Technology and Medical Sciences AICTE Approved and AME License by DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation Govt. of India) from Redwings Aerotechnique Pvt. Ltd. as per DGCA Rules & Regulations.

In this competitive engineering field, there is very limited scope for candidates to get placement with attractive package. Our dual programme makes our candidates more technical and practical which help them to get their dreamed job. Redwings Group welcomes all future milestones to opt for this specific programme and get a chance to “FLY WITH CONFIDENCE”

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DETAILS OF COURSES OFFERED BY US WHAT IS AN AME (AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING)?

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) is a license program in which candidate has to do 2 years academic program in AME training school, approved by DGCA, Government of India.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) is related to inspection of Aircraft before flight, testing and troubleshooting the problems of aircraft systems. The candidate after taking admission in AME training schools will get knowledge about the aircraft and its related systems. Aircraft have various systems like hydraulic system, air-conditioning system, pressurization system, avionics system, landing gear system, propulsion system etc. In two years students are supposed to undergo theoretical as well as practical training.

Admission Criteria for AME ADMISSION To take admission in AME, a candidate should satisfy the following criteria.

  1.  Applicant should be 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, or equivalent AICTE approved 3 years engineering diploma in any stream or any higher qualification in science with Physics and Mathematics at the time of admission. 
  2. Applicants who are eligible for admission in B.Tech Courses are also eligible for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program.
  3. Color vision should be normal and should not have any physical disabilities.

 

WHAT IS AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING?

Basically aeronautical involve activity of designing, developing and constructing of machine planes that can fly, as commonly known by aircraft.

The aeronautical engineers primarily responsible for creation of safer and more energy efficient economical methods for travelling including aircraft, helicopters, satellites, missiles and spacecrafts. These includes science of propulsion and aerodynamics, even it covers the development and selection of materials and equipment that are utilized in aircraft.

Aero Engineer’s are part of the designing process to make that fastest vehicle. Eg: Airplanes that weights over a million pounds can ease into the air and spacecraft travels 17.000 miles an hour.

 

WHAT AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS DO?

Aeronautical engineers bring concept into reality by emphasizing on the design of aerofoils (wings). Propulsion is another aspect in aeronautical engineering. The force of propulsion helps an airplane to remain in flight, and encompasses the design and development of engines. These two basic principles are considered when choice of material for aircraft design, strength and weight. Selection of material is a crucial area of specialization for the aeronautical engineering.

As a Aeronautical Engineering graduates you can specialize in any areas including Structural designing, Flight mechanic and control system, Aerodynamics, Instrumentation and communication, Manufacturing and maintenance.

 

WHAT IS INTEGRATED PROGRAM OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING & AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING?

Integrated course is a combined course of B.Tech (Aeronautical Engineering) and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, in which students will appear for two different examinations for issue of Degree and License. Both the courses will be running parallel to each other, at the end of four years students will have both B.Tech (Aeronautical Engineering) & Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, their by making him eligible for both manufacturing as well Maintenance jobs related to aircrafts. This will also enhance the placement probabilities as we will be able to apply every type of job available in aviation industry, either related to manufacturing or maintenance.

 

WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING / AME / INTEGRATED COURSE OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING + AME?

  1. Engineers in Aviation sector are considered as a high-class engineers with excellent salary packages. In India, there is skill-shortage of aircraft engineers. The number of jobs in Aviation sector is more than the available trained employable manpower.
  2. These are the following factors why a candidate should join Aviation Courses: 
  3. India is the fastest-growing aviation market in the world 
  4. Air traffic growth is 25 % annually with more than 1500 new aircraft orders in pipe line.
  5. International players in the field of Aviation are opening their new ventures in the field of Aviation. Main reason behind it is the availability of trained and skilled manpower
  6. India is going to be MRO Hub, Boeing, and Airbus is going to set up their MRO industry in India. The MRO’s will require more Aircraft Engineers (Aeronautical Engineers & AME), so the demand of Aeronautical Engineers & AME will increase.
  7. Uber is planning to start Air Taxi by 2025 in India.
  8. Qatar Airlines along with other airlines are in pipeline with plans to bring more than 100 aircrafts in India.
  9. There is already a shortage of aircraft engineers (Aeronautical Engineers & AME) in the World. There is a requirement of 7,54,000 trained manpower worldwide.
  10. The UDAN scheme is giving a boost to Aviation (Aeronautical Engineering & AME) career. UDAN Scheme makes airfare affordable for common people to travel through. The drastic increase in domestic passenger can be seen which result in rise in Aviation Jobs (Aeronautical Engineering & AME).
  11. India is the third largest Aviation market in world after America and China. India comprises of very hardworking and passionate person who can make India proud. The career opportunities for Aeronautical Engineers and AME are thereby increasing.
  12. India put its first step on the manufacturing of civil aircraft which hike the opportunities for Aircraft Engineers.
  13. India became the best market to invest in as India is developing in the aviation sector very quickly. All this results in hiking of jobs in Aviation Sector (Aeronautical Engineers & AME)

 

SCOPE OF AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING (AME)

As per the diagrammatic representation given above, which is based on data, given by CAPA, there is a huge demand for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering professionals throughout our world. As per estimation, in Asia Pacific itself, there is a demand for 2,56,000 engineers. If we look at the world figures, we need 6,48,000 Aircraft Maintenance Engineering personnel. These are the demand figures from 2017 to 2036, i.e. approximately 20 years.

Looking at the figures above for the Asia Pacific region, even if there is a 100 % pass rate, India will produce only 2200 candidates per year, means in 20 years approximately 44000, trained Aircraft Maintenance Engineering personnel. India and China among the largest countries in this region will be able to provide approximately 1 lac trained manpower. Other remaining small countries will contribute approximately 25000 trained manpower. Considering all these figures, the scope of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering personnel is too high in the market.

Indian government’s open sky policy, regional connectivity policy, and tax exemptions on the MRO industry are boosting Indian Aviation Industry to achieve laurels in the field. A lot of new Aircraft are being imported by Airlines, Scheduled operators, Non-Scheduled Operator, and Business house owners. All these factors are increasing the demand for skilled Aircraft Maintenance Engineering personnel.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering personnel can apply for jobs in approximately 250 plus companies in India, to mention some of the companies and domains of aviation-related companies are as follows:

  • BSF, HAL, Taneja Aerospace, Mahendra Aerospace, Civil Aviation Department, DGCA, Scheduled Airlines, Non-Scheduled Airlines, Private Airlines, Government Airlines, MRO, AMO, TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS etc.

 

INTEGRATED PROGRAM OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING & AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

(B.Tech. The program is Approved by AICTE and affiliated with SSSUTMS SEHORE. AME Program is Approved by DGCA)

PLACEMENT PROBABILITIES ARE TOO HIGH WITH INTEGRATED PROGRAM OF B.Tech. (AERONAUTICAL) + AME

In today’s world, having a single graduate degree will not make you stand out from the crowd. Thus, students have started opting for two courses together, to increase their skills and knowledge about several subjects.

If you are looking for a career change, an Integrated Program may help you advance your basic degree and also help you explore areas in other fields. Another major advantage of such a course is that you may also gain versatility and add courses to your professional portfolio.

Such programs are less costly than doing Aeronautical Engineering degrees and AME separately. By doing an integrated program, one saves time and becomes fully skilled. Suppose a student is doing only B.Tech. Aeronautical Engineering, if he or she happens to join some Airlines as a graduate engineer trainee, then again he is supposed to put up another two years to clear DGCA’s, AME License examination. All this reflects, that Integrated Program Personnel have an edge over either only Aeronautical Engineering Personnel or only AME Personnel. More of these personnel will have both designing skills as well maintenance skills.

The integrated course is a combined course of B.Tech. (Aeronautical Engineering) and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, in which students will appear for two different examinations for the issue of Degree and License. Both the courses will be running parallel to each other, at the end of four years students will have both B.Tech. (Aeronautical Engineering) & Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, thereby making him eligible for both Manufacturing as well Maintenance jobs related to aircraft. This will also enhance the placement probabilities as we will be able to apply for every type of job available in the aviation engineering industry, either related to manufacturing or maintenance.

More and more students have started opting for dual degrees or dual courses, to make themselves stand out in a crowd. These students with Integrated courses are preferable candidates in Industry because employers can place them in any of the relevant jobs in their company.

Along with the course curriculum, we are also providing designing and analysis-related software to the students to make them eligible for the designing industry too.

These students will be appearing for two separate examinations of the University for the award of B.Tech. degree and DGCA license examination for award of AME license.

Practicals being provided to them have been designed in such a way as to make them eligible for jobs in both manufacturing as well as maintenance sector jobs.
 

QUALIFICATION FOR ADMISSION INTO INTEGRATED PROGRAM OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND AME

The minimum eligibility criteria for admission into the Integrated Program are:
  • Applicant must pass 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics or equivalent. Students having any other optional subject in place of Chemistry are also eligible. E.g. Computer Science in place of chemistry along with Physics and Mathematics.
  • 3 years Engineering Diploma in the relevant stream. (i.e. Diploma in Mechanical, Production & Industrial, Electronics & Communication, Electronics, Instrumentation & Control, Telecommunication Engineering and Aeronautical Engineering. Students with this qualification are eligible for lateral entry into the second year of the Aeronautical Engineering Program.
  • B.Sc. with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Students with this qualification are eligible for lateral entry into the second year of the Aeronautical Engineering Program.
  • Candidate must have a minimum 60% mark in 10+2 in PCM or equivalent or in any of the above qualification requirements.

 

SCOPE FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING + AME

India is the third largest aviation market, with lots of scope to become the world’s largest aviation market shortly. After the Indian government’s Make in India policy, lots of aircraft manufacturers have started outsourcing the designing and manufacturing of aircraft components in India. All these companies are looking for skilled Aeronautical Engineers or AMEs to be employed in their companies.

Airbus and Boing both have established their manufacturing units in India, these companies are also big employers for Aeronautical Engineering OR AME pass-outs.

India’s aviation growth is visible by increasing passenger traffic, with lots of new airports coming up to cater to passengers’ traffic. In Delhi and Mumbai, at both metros, the Indian government is planning third and second airports, respectively. Passenger traffic has increased to the extent in Delhi that the government has already segregated the helicopter and nonscheduled operators flying from New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport. Helicopter flying is taking place from a separate India’s First Heliport at Rohini and nonscheduled operators or small aircraft operators are flying from a separate airport at Hindon. Due to this high growth in the Industry, more and more aircraft will be brought and manufactured, thereby increasing the jobs for Aeronautical Engineering / AME pass-outs and already working experienced personnel.

Due to relaxation in taxes, the MRO industry is to boost up from 800 crores to 3000 crores in the next 3 years. Convergence between the defense sector and civil MROs will be established to create economics in scale. This will also generate huge jobs for Aeronautical Engineering graduates.

Aeronautical engineers are also employed in space sector jobs. According to the Indian government’s latest announcement, the Indian private sector is to be a co-traveler in the space sector journey. They will also provide a level playing field for private companies in satellites, launchers, and space-based services. This will boost the job prospects for Aeronautical Engineering / Aerospace Engineering graduates.


Aeronautical Engineering / AME graduates can apply for jobs in approximately 350 plus companies in India, to mention some of the companies and domains of aviation-related companies are as follows:
  • India Air Force, Army, Navy, Coast Guard, BSF, HAL, ISRO, DRDO, NAL, Taneja Aerospace, Mahendra Aerospace, Civil Aviation Department, DGCA, AAI, Scheduled Airlines, Non-Scheduled Airlines, Private Airlines, Government Airlines, MRO, AMO, TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS, DESIGNING COMPANIES AND MANUFACTURING COMPANIES.
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Why Choose AME + BE

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In today’s world, having a single graduate degree will not make you stand out from the crowd. Thus, students have started opting for two courses together, to increase their skill and knowledge about several subject. 

If you are looking for a career change, Dual Program may help you to advance your basic knowledge, skills, degree and also help you explore areas in the other fields too.

Another major advantage of such a course is that you may also gain versatility and add an additional course to your professional portfolio.

Such programs are less costly in comparison to doing Aeronautical Engineering degrees and AME separately.

By doing Dual program, you wouldn’t only save your time but you can also become fully skilled.

Suppose a student is doing only B. Tech in Aeronautical Engineering, and if he or she wants to join in some Airlines as a graduate engineer trainee, then again he is supposed to put up another two years for clearing DGCA’s, AME License examination. All this reflects, that a Dual Program Personals is have an edge on either only Aeronautical Engineering personal or only AME personals. More over these personals will have both designing skill as well as maintenance skills.

Dual course is a combined course of B.Tech. (Aeronautical Engineering) and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, in which students will appear for two different examinations for issue of Degree and License. Both of the courses will be running parallel to each other, and at the end of four years students will have both B.Tech. (Aeronautical Engineering) & Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, thereby making him eligible for both Manufacturing as well Maintenance jobs related to aircrafts. This will also enhance the placement probabilities as we will be able to apply for every type of job available in aviation engineering industry, either related to manufacturing or maintenance.

More and more number of students have started opting for dual degrees or dual courses, in order to make themselves stand out in crowd. These students with Dual course are preferable candidate in Industry because employers can place them in any of the relevant jobs in their company.

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