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Date: 24 Jan 2016   Posted By: Chaaru Manjuraj     Group: Career Guidance    Category: Engineering Jobs   

I am studying 12th now. I want to be in the aviation field because I live and breath aircraft. When you look at the engineering I see that the Indian Institute of Science is the better place to learn the aerospace because I can't go for another state or abroad for study.
My question is:
Can we work with foreign companies such as Boeing, Airbus, Cessna etc, after completing MSc (engineering) in aerospace at IISc? How is the future scope?
Awaiting advice from experts.


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Author: Kailash Kumar    25 Jan 2016      Member Level: Platinum     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

Capability is recognized and welcomed every where. There has to be proven track record instead of promises. In case the author is able to secure admission in IISC and achieves outstanding results in studies supported by published research papers in globally reputed journals, then there is every chance of his selection by leading aviation or other companies. The future career prospects are the best for the best candidates. There has to be no one better than the aspirant and there will be no better career prospect available in the world.

Author: Sheo Shankar Jha    26 Jan 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 4  (Rs 4)    Voting Score: 0

Indian institute of Science is one of the leading Institutes in the World. Its main aim is to attract best talents almost in every department. In case you want to continue your studies for the undergraduate course in Aeronautical Engineering in IISC, you can go ahead. The seat intake for the course at this moment is 120 and you have to make your entry through a competitive rout. Later, you can do your MS course from the same Institute.
The infrastructure and the faculties both are considered here superior. You would be getting a congenial environment to sustain your Research - activity in Aerospace Engineering in your Post graduate courses. A superior result in both Graduate and Post - graduate from this Institute would broaden your career prospects.
Your selection in the foreign Aviation Companies would remain no more a distant dream after passing out with this Institute with an impressive scoring.


Author: Mahesh    26 Jan 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 2  (Rs 2)    Voting Score: 0

You can work with foreign companies after your graduation. Most of the companies do accept the students who are graduated from IISC. There are some of the companies who also have the campus drives through which you can apply. If not through these drives you can apply directly and get the interview call for the job.

Author: Bhakti Savla    01 Feb 2016      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 5  (Rs 5)    Voting Score: 0


You are still studying for your HSC exams. So, this means that there is plenty of time to go to think about your job at this stage. As you have mentioned, your passion and interest is aerospace and aviation. So, you should not have any second doubts before joining the best possible institute to pursue graduation in aerospace from Indian Institute of Science.

No student should do a course from the objective of getting a lucrative job with a foreign company. Your objective should to be have an effective learning process during graduation and post graduation courses. Once you are able to achieve that and become knowledgeable about all the fundamentals related to your area of expertise, you can get a job wherever you want. So, do not target any companies right now, but focus more on the type of course and specialization subjects that interest you!

You would take 5 more years after HSC to complete your BSc and MSc degree courses. By then, the 'Make In India' campaign would have brought about significant changes in India itself. Who knows when you come out, you may then want to get a job in an Indian company from the aerospace industry.





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