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What is AME?

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is a very special person with highly specialized skills and knowledge. He is the backbone of Aviation Industry. His job is to carry out maintenance and repair of the Aircraft and certify it. No aircraft can be flown without CRS (Certificate to Released for Service) by an AME. It is a job profile with high dignity and a great sense of responsibility.

Mechanical Stream:-
Heavy Aeroplane (HA), Jet Engine (JE) ,Light Aeroplane (LA) &Piston Engine (PE)
Duration : 03 Years (06 Semesters)

Eligibility Criteria
10+2 or its equivalent examination in any stream conducted by a recognized Board / University / Council

Intake Capacity: 120

Course contents The theoretical training consists of class room instructions where as practical training over live aircraft inside the campus hanger and workshops. The following covering the subjects are:

1st SEMESTER

THEORY

  • Basic Aerodynamics
  • Human Factor
  • Maintenance Practices - I
  • CAR - I

PRACTICAL

  • Familiarization with machine Shop
  • Familiarization with hand tools, machine
  • Familiarization with fitting shop
  • Aviation Legislation – I
2nd SEMESTER

THEORY

  • Material & Hardware – I
  • Electrical Fundamentals
  • CAR – II
  • Maintenance Practices - II

PRACTICAL

  • Material & Hardware
  • Electrical Fundamentals
  • Aviation Legislation - II
  • Maintenance Practices – II
3rd SEMESTER

THEORY

  • Material & Hardware – II
  • Electronic Fundamentals
  • Instrument System
  • Maintenance Practices

PRACTICAL

  • Material & Hardware – II
  • Electronic Fundamentals
  • Digital Technique & Electronic Instrument
  • Maintenance Practices - III
4th SEMESTER

THEORY

  • Module 11A & 11B-I (Aerodynamics)
  • Piston Engine -I
  • Gas Turbine Engine - I
  • Propeller

PRACTICAL

  • 1 Module 11A & 11B-I (Aerodynamics)
  • Piston Engine -I
  • Gas Turbine Engine - I
  • Propeller
5th SEMESTER

THEORY

  • Module 11A & 11B-II (Aerodynamics)
  • Piston Engine –II
  • Gas Turbine Engine - II
  • Module 11A & 11B-III (Aerodynamics)

PRACTICAL

  • Module 11A & 11B-II (Aerodynamics)
  • Piston Engine –II
  • Gas Turbine Engine - II
  • Module 11A & 11B-III (Aerodynamics)
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