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Aeronautical Engineering is a relatively popular branch of engineering, because of being associated with aviation and space travel. It is a challenging field and those working here require exceptional skills and knowledge. Adherence to flight safety is of prime importance, whether for air or space travel. One learns aspects on design, manufacturing, testing, operation and maintenance of civil, commercial and military aircrafts. One gets to know of the basics in aerospace and missile defense technology. The subject areas covered during the course are theory of flight, aerodynamics, structural design, navigation, avionics, instrumentation, communication, hydraulics, propulsion and safety aspects.
Vast scope for employment as the aviation sector is growing at a good pace. India is likely to be a future global hub for aircraft maintenance for Asia-Pacific region, considering immense opportunities for growth in aviation in India and the surrounding region. Jobs related to operation and maintenance of aircrafts are in plenty in the government as well as private sector. Government organizations like defence services, ISRO, DRDO, HAL, NAL, Air India and a host of private organizations provide a rich scope for employment in this field. Aircraft designing and manufacturing jobs which are mostly based in North America and Europe, employ a good number of professionals from India. Those willing can upgrade to a degree in aeronautical engineering through a non-regular course from Aeronautical Society of India. They can even appear for papers conducted by Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and get licenses in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME).
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