AME Course Of The IIA Group
The Aircraft Engineering course offered by the group is approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Government of India. With an experience of more than 37 years, these institutes are considered premier AME Colleges. Thousands of students have graduated from the IIA Group’s colleges and are well placed today.
To enroll for the AME course, you need to obtain at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. AME is one of the most popular aviation courses after 10+2.
Candidates who have done diploma in Mechanical, Electrical & Electronics stream can also apply. Once the formalities of the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering admission process is over, the students go through three years of theory and practical training. The candidates will gain in-depth knowledge of:
1. Mechanical Engineering pertaining to Aircraft & Power plants, like:
- Heavy and Light Aircraft
- Engines (Piston & Jet)
- Helicopters of different sizes
2. Aerodynamics systems like:
- VHS communications
- Radio Navigation
After graduating in the AME Course, each successful student is awarded a license to work as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer by the DGCA, Government of India.
IIA Group’s International Courses
If qualified Aircraft Maintenance Engineers wish to work overseas, the IIA Group of institutes offers one of the most useful EASA Part 66 Aviation Courses. You can specialize in the Category B1.1 course that qualifies you to maintain airplane turbines. Prospective candidates must be at least 15 years of age, have a valid passport, a medical fitness certificate, a school passing certificate and some knowledge of the English language.
This course is conducted as per the guidelines of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA); a regulatory authority that prescribes guidelines for aviation design, construction, safety, and maintenance. The certificate is recognized by the European aviation industries as well as the rest of the world. Being one of the reputed Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Colleges in Delhi, the IIA Group’s EASA Part 66 course is a very popular option for those who want to work abroad.
The theory subjects of the EASA 66 course are conducted in the premises of the group’s AME Institute. For hands-on practical training, the students are taken to the EASA Part 147 premises in New Delhi or to the Air India Engineering Services Ltd, Mumbai.
The subjects of the Aviation Engineering course include:
- General subjects – Mathematics and Physics
- Mechanical and Avionics Engineering subjects – Electronics systems, aircraft construction materials, automation systems, hardware, electrical systems, aerodynamics, different types of aircraft engines, maintenance, propellers, aviation laws, etc.
The IIA Group has a reputation for being the best placement college in India. The institutes help the students to get suitable employment as soon as they graduate and have obtained the requisite license.