Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) CourseCenter For Civil Aviation Training
Price on request
- New delhi
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program covers the full spectrum of engineering as a high degree of technological ability and vision for the attributes of aviation safety and security maintenance. Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program unlike other subdivisions is direct controlled by the DGCA, the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Department of Government of India. The length of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program is three years, of which 21 / 2 years is theory and practice of institutional post six months of practical training (OJT) in an aviation organization approved through the DGAC (Directorate General of Civil Aviation). The system of admission is based on the entrance exam, the candidates who have passed this entrance exam can registered this Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program. Our Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program generally starts in July every academic year.
Candidates of any nationality can be admitted to the program of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. Candidates must have been passed High school and intermediate level education with a total of 50% and above in Physics and Mathematics or Physics Chemistry Mathematics (PCM) or three years Diploma in any branch of engineering.
The Candidate must present a medical certification from a registered medical practitioner with a minimum of MBBS qualification to attest that he / she has no physical disablement and normal color vision.
Scope of Commendation
CCAT is approved by the DGCA, Government of India in the following categories:
* Navigation Radio System (RN)
* Electrical System (ES)
* Instrument Systems (IS)
* Jet Engine (JE)
* Aircraft heavy (HA)
Provisions: DGCA CAR Section-2, Series E, Title VIII, published on 15/11/2008
Infrastructure: Our Training Institute will provide
1. Institute has 24 classroom size of about 38 square feet for conferences and workshops. It has 11 LCD (Liquid Cryistal Display) projectors, 8 projectors and around 15 computer system with the ease of closed circuit television.
2. Library: Our institute will provide all books as per new curriculum.
3. An Airbus A 300 parked in the hangar with all system modules.
4. Quantity 1830-1892 PNW two complete radial piston engines of the aircraft Dakota, one of them unassembled for practice.
5. Number two jet engines and the amount of Jet engine model.
6. Number two car engines in well condition installed in model planes. A piston engine car is in a non-assembled state to practice.
7. Model aircraft parked in the hangar, with the following facilities:
* The extension and retraction of landing gear indication in the cockpit.
* Procedures run-piston engine.
* Builder indication of the line.
* Operation of aileron, elevator, rudder and ailerons.
* Smoke / RPM of motor / engine temperature gauge
8. Airbus 300 nose wheel removal and installation ease.
9. Fiberglass reinforced plastic and a workshop.
10. Hydraulic model to operate the main surfaces.
11. Electrical laboratories, laboratory instrument, navigation radio laboratories, laboratories Jet Engine, heavy motor laboratory equipped with all the parts of airplanes, basic technical equipment and instruments and the model to cover the last programs of the DGAC.
12. General Engineering Workshop: Lathe Machine / welding shop / workshop base metal / sheet metal shop to cover the final curriculum.
Available Human Resources:
1. Approved Instructor: 19
2. Foreman: 1
3. Personal: 6
The candidates who want to attend this training program can register in March each year. Candidates are admitted in the first run of applications. If the record is over 150 entrance exams can then be carried out. Registered Candidates are admitted after checking the status and health care.