Aircraft Maintenance EngineeringMahendra School of Aviation
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Mahendra School of Aviation located in Chennai, Tamil Nadu trains in addition to enhances skills set of young students desirous of charting their way in the corridors of Aviation Industry. Mahendra School of Aviation acknowledges the on the increase necessitate for capable pilots in the immediate increasing civil aviation business. As per market investigate analysts, India single-handedly would need at least 4500 trained pilots for the subsequently five years when the airlines of this country will add another 400 aircraft to their fleet. With the reason to congregate this scarcity Mahendra School of Aviation has been renowned by a bunch of ex Air Force officers. Mahendra School of Aviation course is appropriately suited for Military human resources who will be allocated as directorial getaway security officers. Mahendra School of Aviation conducts 3 years Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course, which is duly accepted by the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Govt. of India. It has a twelve-monthly intake of 120 students. Mahendra School of Aviation program is prearranged in 6 sems in addition to throughout the ultimate sem students are sent for realistic training to prominent airlines. On conclusion of 6 sems in addition to after clearing 3 DGCA exams students are prized the Basic Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License which meet the criteria them for employ in Civil Airlines. Civil Aviation power issues certificates of Air worthiness to personal in addition to marketable airplane which are in completely serviceable condition at all times. To officially state that protection is carried out on airplane in addition to it is entirely functional, only qualified persons called Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, who are issued with authorization in a fastidious sort by the Civil Aviation Dept, are only permitted. The academy prepares the learners to come into sight for poles apart categories of the DGCA exams, in the "Mechanical" And "Avionics" rivulet.