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AME License:

IIAE offers Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) course, which is approved by Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India vide letter no. 5 DAW/IIAE/Vol.I/AI(2) dated 29/11/2002. IIAE has approvals for the following streams.

Mechanical Stream
Jet Engine (JE)
Heavy Aeroplane (HA)
Avionics Stream
Radio Navigation (RN)
Electrical System (ES)
Instrument System (IS)

For getting admission in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course a candidate should meet eligibility criteria of DGCA, Govt. of India, i.e. 10+2 with minimum 50% marks (aggregate) in Physics and Mathematics.
a three years diploma in engineering
a higher qualification in science with Physics and Mathematics.

Three Years

Three years of AME training Programme has been planned, in a highly systematic manner following internationally acceptable norms and standards of Technical Education

First Year:
First year of training is devoted to teaching of basic Engineering subject such as review of
Aircraft Rules, Regulations & CAR
Workshop Technology
Computer Fundamentals
Engineering Drawings
Theory of Flight
Aircraft Hardware
Basic Electricity
Basic Electronics
Aircraft Material
Aircraft Structures

Second Year:
Second year of training involved teaching the core subjects which emphasis on subjects designing to generate deep engineering skills to meet the requirement of Aircraft Engineering. This includes review of
Aircraft Material
Aircraft Power plant
Advanced Electronics
Applied Electricity
Aircraft System
Aircraft Instrument
Basic Avionics
Aircraft Electricity & Electrical System
Electronics/Digital Aircraft Systems
Advanced Composites
Aircraft Ground Handling and Support
Jet Engine System
Aircraft Structure
Engineering Thermodynamics

Third Year:
In third year there is specialization either in Mechanical or Avionics stream.
Aircraft Wiring, Bonding, & Screening
Integrated Flight Control System
Aircraft Instrument
New Generation Instrument System & Oxygen System
New Generation Electrical System & Aircraft Battery Charging
Maintenance Practices Electrical System
Engine Fuel System
Lubrication System
Ignition and Fire/ Overheat Detection System
Aircraft Propeller System
Engine Starting/ Run-Up System
Jet Engine System Trouble Shooting
Engineering Thermodynamics
Radio Theory
Airborne Radio Communication& Navigational Equipment
Radio & Radar Aids to Navigation
Radio Test Equipment
Radar Theory
Aircraft System
Aircraft Fuel System
Aircraft Structure
Aircraft Inspection
On Job Training / Practical training on DGCA approved aircraft.

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