|Author: Kailash Kumar 25 Apr 2016 Member Level: Platinum Points : 4 (Rs 4) Voting Score: 0|
Point wise answer of the queries raised by the author are as follows -
1. There is very good scope in the field, but for the outstanding students who are able to achieve top ranks through dint of their hard work, as like in all other fields, there is tough competition in this field also.
2. List of DGCA approved AME training institutes can be seen at - http://dgca.gov.in/ame/ametrg.pdf. Websites of the institutes existing in the area of preference of the author may be visited to find full details. Placement records of the institution, as displayed on their websites, may be taken as one of the main criteria for selection of college.
3. The fee structure displayed on website of one of such colleges is -' Rs.91,000/- for first Semester, Rs.36,000/- for each semester from second to fifth semesters and nil fee for sixth semester'. The author may see websites of college for such details displayed on the same.
4. There is no guarantee as such, but outstanding students with top ranks are likely to face less competition in getting employment opportunities.
|Author: Pawan Kumar 26 Apr 2016 Member Level: Silver Points : 2 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
There is a good scope for the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME). But don't hope to get a job immediately just because you got a license or degree. Airlines or
companies would like to select the best out of the lot available when they take in new guys. Total training cost will be around Rs.3-4 lakh. Licence or certificate doesn't guarantee a job in this field. A trainee gets around Rs. 5,000 as stipend. Starting salary is Rs. 15,000 which can go up to Rs. 1 lakh to Rs. 1.6 lakh with experience.
|Author: Mahesh 01 May 2016 Member Level: Gold Points : 4 (Rs 4) Voting Score: 0|
Here are some answers to questions.
1. Aircraft industry is growing due to population and the logistic business around the world. It has plenty of opportunities. And with everyday changes in aircraft industry you can expect more jobs created.
2. There are many AME colleges in india. You have to check with your percentage and cut off to enroll in them. You have few colleges like that in Pune, MP, Karnataka and Gujrat.
3. The tution fee per year is around 60,000 Rs to 1.5 L. And the fees varies based on caste and the college or university you're enrolling.
4. Getting job is not easy be it any field. You may have to even change field if you don't get the job. So don't be rigid about job opportunities. There are plenty but you should not be in relying on it all the time.