B.Tech

B. Tech

At IADF,  we are running B.Tech. Courses, in partnership with Puran Murti Campus as per UGC guideline, now a days students can enroll in two graduation courses at a time. So College and Universities are now adopting “Hybrid” mode of education. It means student can join one course in campus mode and other course as online mode.

At IADF, we have B.tech. classes at weekend at evening at any other time as per convenience of students.

Our B.tech Course includes :

  • B.tech in computer Science & engineering
  • B.tech in Mechanical Engineering
  • B.tech in Aeronautical Engineering
  • B.tech in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

          

          

Along with B.tech course curriculum, we have input GATE ( useful for higher and  job placement) and software classes at our study centre.

IADF as unit of PM Aerotech Pvt. Ltd. is able to award certificate for our software training modules.

Eligibility : 10+2 with PCM.

Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering

B.Tech in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

Aeronautical Engineering and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with a wide scope for growth. This field deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space exploration and defense systems. It specializes in the designing, construction, development, testing, operation and maintenance of both commercial and military aircraft, space crafts and their components as well as satellites and missiles.

As Aeronautical Engineering involves design and manufacture of very high technology systems, the job requires manual, technical as well as mechanical aptitude. Aeronautical engineer’s usually works in teams under the supervision of senior engineers, bringing together their skills and technical expertise. Though highly paid, the work is very demanding. An aeronautical engineer needs to be physically fit and fully dedicated to his work. One needs to be alert, have an eye for detail and should have a high level of mathematical precision to be successful.

The specializations includes in areas like structural design, navigational guidance and control systems, instrumentation and communication or production methods or it can be in a particular product such as military aircrafts, passenger planes, helicopters, satellites, rockets etc. Engineers may work in areas like design, development and maintenance as well as in the managerial and teaching posts in institutes. They find a very good demand in airlines, aircraft manufacturing units, air turbine production plants or design development programs for the aviation industry. Aeronautical environment is sophisticated with rewarding career opportunities involving leading-edge technology.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Diploma) Eligibility: 10+2 with PCM Duration: 2 years

Admission fees

15k

 

 

 

1st sem

2nd sem

3rd sem

4th sem

Total

35k

35k

35k

35k

35k

 

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (DGCA) Eligibility: 10+2 with PCM Duration: 2 years

Admission Fees = 15000
1st semester 2nd semester 3rd semester 4th semester Total
25k 25k 25k 25k 100k
Live training on Aircraft/Components Duration: 2 years

1st semester 2nd semester 3rd semester 4th semester total
25k 25k 25k 25k 100k
B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering/Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Duration: 4 years                                              Eligibility: 10+2 with PCM

Admission fees = 20k          
1st sem 2nd sem 3rd sem 4th sem 5th sem 6th sem 7th sem 8th sem
62.5k 62.5k 62.5k 62.5k 62.5k 62.5k 62.5k 62.5k
   
Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Duration: 3 years                            Eligibility: 10th pass

Admission fees 15k        
1st sem 2nd sem 3rd sem 4th sem 5th sem 6th sem
30k 30k 30k 30k 30k 30k

Career and Scope in Aeronautical Engineering and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

In present scenario aeronautical engineering inclusive with aerospace engineering and aircraft maintenance engineering is a high growth industry due to its diversify nature. I don’t think any one have an iota of doubt regarding importance of aeronautical engineering scope in defense and research sector.

DRDO: Defense  Research Development Organization

ISRO: Indian Space Research Organization

NAL: National Aerospace Laboratories

HAL: Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd.

ADA: Aeronautical Development Agency

IAF: Indian Air Force

Here, you find a large list of employers for aeronautical engineering graduates. This list becomes much larger when we include various airlines, airport authority of India jobs, also many helicopter and private air carriers and MROs. Growing attraction for flight mode of travel encourages govt to start and operationalize more airports. Now we add role of AMEs i.e. Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in this sector. AME exam is conducted by DGCA, govt. of India, and license holders are employed with airlines. At present condition any student of science after 10+2 (PCM) can enroll for DGCA module exam as private candidate to pursue his/her interest of becoming Aircraft engineer. It means any B.tech aeronautical student has advantage of joining and clearing AME module papers along with regular B.tech degree.   One must note that various government organizations seek GATE score compulsory for employment. Airlines also favor GATE score at entry level but later on job growth depend totally on passing AME module examinations which are internationally recognized. So, at IADF, we offer quality service in aeronautical education that go a long way to ensuring that your requirements are well met. We have partnership with AICTE Colleges for regular B.tech classes in Aeronautical Engineering and we conduct AME module exam classes and GATE preparation classes at same Campus. We trained young brains with complete relevant software knowledge.  With support of our  experienced and trained professionals who have the relevant technical knowledge on the subject matter. Our education service goes above and beyond – and our reviews show that you can trust us. Feel free to get in touch anytime to discuss further.”