Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

AME Course Details and Duration 2019

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) offers a 02-year aircraft maintenance engineering ab-initio teaching program and 2 year OJT that means on job training to cover Mechanical (Aeroplane and Powerplants) and Avionics stream (ES, IS & RN) in line with DGCA’s regulations as per Civil Aviation Requirements Section-II, Series-E, Part –VIII, Revision- VI dated 1st December 2019.

“Aircraft Maintenance Engineering” (AME) is affiliated by DGCA to offer this aircraft engineering training course in 2 streams.

1. Mechanical–comprising of Light (LA) and Heavy Aircraft (HA), PE-Piston Engine, JE-Jet Engine and

2. Avionics stream – comprising of ES – Electrical System, IS – Instrument System and RN – Radio Navigation System.

The Mechanical / Avionics stream trains candidates to obtain an Aeroplane Maintenance Engineer’s license with respect to maintaining an aircraft’s Airframe and Engine’s and avionics – ES, IS and RN System.

Aircraft Maintenance engineering courses for both the streams are of a 02-year duration consisting of 4-semesters and 2 year ojt on job training on dgca rules and regulation, each semester of 6-months.

The final semester being of 2 year duration of the Aircraft Maintenance engineering course for both Mechanical and Avionics Streams is devoted to on-the-job training.

Fee structure
Maintenance Engineering
  • Aviation Legislation (Part-I): Module 10
  • Human Factor: Module 9
  • Basic Aerodynamics: Module 8
    Practices (Part-I): Module 7
  • Aviation Legislation (Part-II): Module 10
  • Materials & Hardware (Part-I-Material): Module 6
  • Electrical Fundamentals: Module 3
  • Maintenance Practices (Part-II): Module 7
  • Electronic Fundamentals: Module 4
  • Digital Techniques and Electronics Instrument System: Module 5
  • Materials and Hardware (Part-II-Hardware): Module 6
  • Maintenance Practices (Part-III): Module 7
  • Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-I): Module 13
  • Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-II): Module 13
  • Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-III): Module 13
  • Propulsion: Module 14
  • Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-IV): Module 13
  • Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-V): Module 13
  • Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-VI): Module 13
  • Turbine and Piston Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-I): Module 11A & 11B
  • Piston Engine (Part-I): Module 16
  • Gas turbine Engine (Part-I): Module 15
  • Propeller: Module 17
  • Turbine and Piston Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-II): Module 11A & 11B
  • Turbine and piston Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-III): Module 11A & 11B
  • Piston Engine (Part-II): Module 16
  • Gas Turbine Engine (Part- II): Module 15

After 2 year campus study student get ojt that means job training that compulsory for aircraft license program. Aircraft Maintenance Scope as per CAR-145 AMO (Approved Maintenance Organisation)

  1. Upto Phase IV Maintenance of KINGAIR B-200 SERIES & KINGAIR C-90 
  2. Complete maintenance of PARTENEVIA P-68C
  3. Complete Maintenance of CESSNA 152 & 172
  4. Engine overhauling of lycoming series Piston Engine
  5. Non Destructive Testing (LPT , MPI AND ECT)
  6. Autopilot Maintenance and slip torque check
  7. NI-CD and Lead Acid batter Capacity Test
  8. Alternator, Starter, Flap motor & Magneto Maintenance & Testing
  • Above Maintenance facilities is also being utilized for imparting On Job Training for aspiring Aircraft Maintenance Engineering students.

ClassBoard Class – XII
Class 12 all subject previous year question papers | Physics | Chemistry | Mathematics |

JEE MAIN
JEE (Mains) Previous Year Questions Paper | Physics | Chemistry | Mathematics | With solutions.

JEE ADVANCED
JEE (Advanced) Previous Year Questions Paper | Physics | Chemistry | Maths | With solutions.

Practical Knowledge in College for AME

The significant division of the curriculum is the gaining of practical knowledge, in addition to classroom training. School for aircraft maintenance engineering (AME) has created 12 workshops / laboratories so as to impart the maximum standards of practical preparation and skill growth.

AME will ensure that it follows the DGCA prescribed syllabus and curriculum and prepares the candidate to appear for the examination for obtaining a license conducted by the DGCA.
AME will also arrange for guest faculty from industry to address and interact with students on a regular basis.

Apart from the mandated program work, AME institute will arrange for candidate to participate in training sessions covering personality growth / communication skills, general knowledge and current affairs. AME institute will also impart basic computer-skills training to candidate as part of the curriculum. Applicant will also be required to undertake group-tasks and coursework, and to make presentations both as a group and individually.

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