Course In Aircraft Maintenance EngineeringFlytech Aviation Academy
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The Maintenance Engineers of the Aviation Industry are one of the most elite groups of individuals who not only draw a very fat salary package but they are also respected for their professionalism, dedication & hard work throughout the world. Not only do they get respect in India but also they are at very high demand globally. This branch of Engineering falls among a very few privileged groups where people after gathering sufficient amount of experience can decide as to how much they should be paid. With the changing trends of time the "Boom in the Aviation Industry" is witnessing nowadays it has become a very lucrative & challenging profession for young, bright talents who are willing to work hard to make it big. This is only the Engineering Industry where wide scope to acquire intra-branch knowledge is available. Infrastructure No efforts have been spared to lay the infrastructure for this prestigious course on a second base. Apart from the lecture halls for theory classes, a complete workshop exists with spacious rooms which house the various requisite laboratories provided with appropriate assemblies and components, spares and test equipment's, working models and demonstration items, charts and diagrams, together with Audio Visual aids offering latest documentation along with computer knowledge and skills. A team of qualified and experienced teaching staff. headed by Chief Instructor will impart the training. Before applying for admission, the applicants are advised to carefully read the prospectus to ensure compliance of their educational eligibility and financial liabilities. Academy Exam At the end of each semester, examination will be conducted by the College. Actual flying exposure is given to students for better understanding of systems. AMAeSI Students of AME course can also appear and qualify as AMAeSI (Associate Membership of Aeronautical Society of India) which is fully recognised by Government of India / State Government / Union Public Service Commission (U.P.S.C.) / G.A.T.E. for M.Tech admission / Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd., (H.A.L.) / Indian Airlines / Air India / B.H.E.L. / D.R.D.O. / N.A.L. / I.A.F. / Coast Guard / Airline Industries etc. / Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi / Madras Institute of Technology and many other Government, Public and Private sector as equivalent to B.E / B.Tech (Aeronautical Engineering). Course Structure Theoretical classes followed by practicals on workshop practices, laboratory procedures, calibration, testing and other instrumentation tests as well as ground running and servicing of aircraft engines, airframes and systems. Syllabus As prescribed & monitored by the Director General of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India. A brief course schedule for the streams (semester wise) is given below for reference: SEMESTER I (SUBJECTS - COMMON TO ALL STREAMS) 1. CAR - I & Rules 2. Human factors & CAR 145 3. Workshop Maintenance Practices - I 4. Basic Aerodynamics - I SEMESTER II (SUBJECTS-COMMON TO ALL STREAMS) 1. CAR - II 2. Workshop Maintenance Practices - II 3. Aircraft Materials 4. Basic Electronics 5. Airframe Structures and General Concept SEMESTER III (MECHANICAL - Fixed Wing) 1. Aircraft Hardware 2. Workshop Maintenance Practices III 3. Electrical Fundamentals I 4. Digital Techniques 5. Turbine aeroplane Aerodynamics SEMESTER III (MECHANICAL - Rotory wing) 1. Aircraft Hardware 2. Workshop Maintenance Practices III 3. Electrical Fundamentals I 4. Digital Techniques 5. Helicopter Aerodynamics SEMESTER III (AVIONICS) 1. Aircraft Hardware 2. Workshop Maintenance Practices III 3. Electrical Fundamentals I 4. Digital Techniques 5. Introduction to Turbine aeroplane & Helicopter Aerodynamics SEMESTER IV (MECHANICAL-Fixed Wing) 1.Aircarft Maintenance Practices 2. Electric Fundamentals -II 3. Corrosion Protection & Control 4. Electronic Instrument Systems 5. Airframe Structure 6. Gas Turbine Engine - I SEMESTER IV (MECHANICAL-Rotory Wing) 1.Aircarft Maintenance Practices 2. Electric Fundamentals -II 3. Corrosion Protection & Control 4. Electronic Instrument Systems 5. Airframe Structure 6. Gas Turbine Engine - I SEMESTER IV (AVIONICS) 1.Aircarft Maintenance Practices 2. Electric Fundamentals -II 3. Corrosion Protection & Control 4. Electronic Instrument Systems 5. A/C Instrument Systems -I 6. Gas Turbine Engine - I SEMESTER V (MECHANICAL - Fixed wing) 1. A/C Systems - I 2. A/C Instruments 3. A/C Electrical Systems 4. Gas Turbine Engine - II 5. Piston Engine SEMESTER V (MECHANICAL - Rotory wing) 1. Helicopter Systems - I 2. Helicopter Instruments 3. Helicopter Electrical Systems 4. Gas Turbine Engine - II 5. Piston Engine SEMESTER V (AVIONICS) 1. A/C Instruments Systems -II 2. A/c Electrical System -I 3. A/C Communications 4. Flight Controls & Stability of A/C & Helicopter SEMESTER VI (MECHANICAL - Fixed wing) 1. A/C Systems - II 2. Auto Flight 3. Avionics 4. Turbo Propeller 5. Power Augmentation Systems SEMESTER VI (MECHANICAL - Rotory wing) 1.Helicopter Systems - II 2. Auto Flight 3. Avionics 4. Turbo Propeller 5. Power Augmentation Systems SEMESTER VI (AVIONICS) 1. Auto Flight 2. A/C Electrical Systems -II 3. A/C Radio Navigation 4. Propulsion Infrastructure The Institute possesses the entire necessary infrastructure with a large fleet of aircrafts, adequate buildings and well equipped laboratories, advanced instruments, updated software and a spacious library with many volumes. Attendance It is mandatory for a student to put in a minimum of 80% attendance in every semester to be eligible to sit for exam, and promotion to the next semester. The minimum pass marks in any test or examination will be 70%. Industrial Tours Industrial tours to establish aviation oriented organization and workshop are arranged to improve the working knowledge of the students to organizations like, Air India, India Airlines, HAL, DRDL and major Instrument Labs. Scope of Approval by DGCA Flytech Aviation Academy is approved by DGCA vide Letter No. 5-1194/95- AI (2) Dated 23.11.95. On satisfactory completion of the Institutional Training the students are issued with a Provisional Certificate to this effect, together with a progress card with their photographs also affixed. This record sheet among others gives the detailed particulars of the marks obtained in each subject in the semester examination, attendance percentages etc.