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IIAE has created excellent teaching and training facilities for Aeronautical Engineering course offered by Aeronautical Society of India. This society was established in 1948 under the societies registration Act XXI of 1860. Over the years, the society has grown into a major professional body with a large number of corporate members including all major industries in the field of Aeronautics. The society conducts Associate Membership examination twice a year. A pass in the Associate Membership examination for Aeronautical Engineering course part II and part III section A & B of the Aeronautical Society of India has been recognized by the Ministry of Education at par with a Bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering from an Indian University for the purpose of recruitment to superior post and services under the central government, vide their notification No – F.18-1/78.T-7 dated 2 August 1978.

Four years

For getting admission in Aeronautical Engineering course a candidate should meet eligibility criteria of Aeronautical Society of India i.e. 10+2 with minimum 50% marks individually in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

There are two branches in Aeronautical Engineering course. They are Aero – Mechanical and Avionics. The course is divided into two sections. Section A consists of 10 compulsory theory papers and one practical training. Section B consists of two streams (Aero-Mechanical and Avionics). A student has to choose any one of them. Section B consists of 9 compulsory theory papers, 1 elective theory paper and two practical trainings.

Section A
10 Compulsory Subjects.
6 week workshop Training.

Section B
Total 10 subjects (9 Compulsory and 1 Elective subject.)
6 week Laboratory Training
6 week professional Training

Compulsory Subjects - Section A
Sub Code Subject Name Sub Code Subject Name
A1 Applied Mathematics - I A6 Electrical Engineering
A2 Fluid Mechanics A7 Microprocessor & Software Engineering
A3 Basic Electronics A8 Introduction to Aeronautics
A4 Strength of Material A9 Engineering Drawing & Design
A5 Engineering Thermodynamics A10 Workshop Technology
Six Week Work Shop Training

Compulsory Subjects - Section B (Aero-Mechanical Stream)
Sub Code Subject Name Sub Code Subject Name
AS1 Applied Mathematics - II AS6 Airplane Performance, Stability & Control
AS2 Aerodynamics AS7 Aircraft Design
AS3 Aircraft Structure - I AS8 Propulsion - II
AS4 Propulsion - I AS9 Management of Systems
AS5 Aircraft Structure - II Six Week Laboratory Training
Six Week Professional Training

Compulsory Subjects - Section B (Avionics Stream)
Sub Code Subject Name Sub Code Subject Name
LS1 Applied Mathematics - II LS6 Airplane Performance, Stability & Control
LS2 Aircraft General Systems LS7 Maintenance of Radio & Communication System
LS3 Avionics - I LS8 Aircraft Instruments
LS4 Control Theory & Practice LS9 Management of Systems
LS5 Avionics - II Six Week Laboratory Training
Six Week Professional Training

Elective Subjects (Any One)
Sub Code Subject Name Sub Code Subject Name
OS1 Principles of Helicopter Engg. OS10 Aircraft Evaluation
OS2 Gas Dynamics OS11 Rocket & Missiles
OS3 Wind Tunnel Testing OS12 Introduction to Finite Element Methods
OS4 Vibration & Aero elasticity OS13 Computational Fluid Dynamics
OS5 CAD-CAM OS14 Optimization Methods in Engg Drawing
OS6 Industrial Engineering OS15 Non Destructive Evaluation
OS7 Tool Design & Fabrication OS16 Ground Handling & Support System
OS8 Statistics & Quality Control systems OS17 Introduction to Automatic Flight Control
OS9 Air Navigation OS18 Introduction to Wind Engineering
OS19 Composite Materials


Candidates who successfully completed Section A&B of Associate Membership examination conducted by the AeSI are treated at par with those holding a degree in Aeronautical Engineering from an Indian University for recruitment to superior posts and services under the Central Government. Students who have completed this course have been successful in the GATE and completed MTech. or have gone for further studies abroad. Those who have successfully completed section A&B examinations of the Society are occupying responsible posts in H.A.L, Indian Airlines, Air India, D.R.D.O., N A L, Aeronautical Development Establishment, Civil Aviation Department, ONGC, Air Force, Army, Navy, Coast Guard and many reputed organizations and establishments. After completion of AMAeSI Engineering Degree one may appear for ME / MTech or Examinations like IAS / IES / IAF / UPSC/ MPSC and many more. One may also appear for the posts in the State / Central Govt. or Public Sector Organization where necessary qualification of BE / B Tech is required.

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