Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

In Bangalore

Price on request
You can also call the Study Centre
80252... More

Important information

Typology Course
Location Bangalore
Duration 3 Years
  • Course
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    3 Years


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
P.B.NO 3776,MARATHAHALLI POST, BANGALORE-560037, 560037, Karnataka, India
See map
Starts On request
P.B.NO 3776,MARATHAHALLI POST, BANGALORE-560037, 560037, Karnataka, India
See map

Course programme

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

The Academy conducts 3 years Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course (AME), which is approved by the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Govt. of India. It has an annual intake of 120 students. The course is organized in six semesters and during the final semester students are sent for practical training to reputed airlines. On completion of six semesters and after clearing three DGCA examinations students are awarded the Basic Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License (BAMEL) which qualify them for employment in Civil Airlines.

Civil Aviation Authority issues certificates of Airworthiness to private and commercial aircraft which are in fully serviceable condition at all times. To certify that maintenance is carried out on aircraft and it is fully serviceable, only qualified persons called Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, who are issued with license in a particular category by the Civil Aviation Dept, are only allowed. The academy prepare the students to appear for different categories of the DGCA examinations, in the "Mechanical" And "Avionics" stream.


* The course duration is 3 years / 6 semesters. After completion of 5 semesters at our academy, the Students are sent to Aviation organizations such as Air India, King Fisher Airlines, Air Deccan or any approved aviation organization to gain on-the job training (OJT) in the related field for a period of six months. This total period of 3 years is counted as an aviation experience by the DGCA for employment. Students can choose either "Mechanical"or "Avionics" stream as specialization from the third semester onwards.

Job Prospects

* AME license holders are in good demand as the Aviation industry has been expanding rapidly in India and abroad. Many new airlines have started operations and the civil aviation field has seen a number of new aircraft joining the fleets everymonth which has resulted in a large number of vacancies for aircraft technicians and engineers. Singapore Airlines has been conducting campus interviews at our Academy and successful candidates are being employed in Singapore from 2007 onwards. Most of our ex-students are well placed in public sector and private Airlines such as Air India, Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, Singapore Airlines, Malaysian Airlines, Emirates Airlines etc.

Students that were interested in this course also looked at...
See all