AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING (AME)

    Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Licence, is approved by Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Govt. of India. AME courses to train Trainees in Mechanical Stream and Avionics Stream of Engineering, Dedicated it in grooming a breed proficient, knowledgeable and skilled engineering professionals to cater the ever growing demand in Aviation Industry.

 

The aircraft engineers mainly deal with the construction, repair, and maintenance of the aircraft in the technical level.

 

Successful candidates after obtaining Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License are having ample employment opportunities in Govt. Airline, Private Airlines, corporate, Public/ Private Aviation organization.

 

Only a Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Can certify that the Aircraft is fit for flying.

Ground Training: 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Maths (Equivalent a three years AICTE approved diploma in engineer or any higher qualification in science with Physics and Mathematics)

 

> Age: 16 yrs uptill 24yrs of age

 

> Medical Fitness: The trainees shall be subjected to a medical examination, before admission the trainee should undergo a through medical examination by a doctor, possessing at least an MBBS degree and approved by college in the prescribe format.Candidates shall not have any physical disabilities or colour blindness, which may interfere in discharging the duties as an AME.

 

> Course Structure & Streams:

     The two years AME training Programme has been divided into four semesters constituting of Theoretical and Practical training and 02 months on the job training on fully operational Aircrafts.

The course has been planned, in a systematic manner following the norms and standards accepted by the regulatory authority, DGCA and the aviation community

 

> Mechanical Stream: 16 yrs uptill 24yrs of age

  • Light aircraft (LA)

  • Piston Engine (PE)

  • Heavy Aircraft (HA)

  • Jet Engine (JE)

 

Avionics Stream: 16 yrs uptill 24yrs of age

  • Electrical Systems (ES)

  • Instrument Systems (IS)

  • Radio Navigation (RN)

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