Scope of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in India and Abroad

Excellent scope waiting for the Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in India. This article talks about the required qualification, approximate salary for AME, colleges offering AME courses and more.

There is a wide scope for the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME). The aviation sector is developing fast in India. It earns huge profit, so there is a huge demand for more aircraft, as a result, the companies looking for young, energetic and dynamic Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in India. Nowadays, people prefer to travel by aeroplane than a ship. So, the number of travellers who are travelling by flights increasing at a faster rate. This makes a huge demand for new aircraft to compensate for the huge traffic at the airport. Apart from a few Indian companies, foreign companies also jumped into this sector and earning a handsome profit.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer course approved by DGCA.

Eligibility for the course AME is SSLC passed with 60% marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics. The duration of AME course is 4 yrs. On successful completion of the course, a license will be issued by the competent authority and have the right to undertake all kinds of maintenance works of aircraft. The license is highly valued and the AME is full in charge of making the aircraft OK to fly. Without the approval of AME the flight cannot take its journey. So, the AME has all right and the responsibility to making the flight OK by testing and checking all essential components of an aircraft for smooth functioning, on the other hand, the safety mechanism is a quite important aspect of the duty of AME. The candidate completing AME cannot be considered as a graduate because this is not a graduation course since it is a licensing course or we can call it as a professional course. Those who want to become graduate in this discipline may opt for Aeronautical Engineering course on successful completion of this course they will be treated as a graduate. Those who complete B.E/B.Tech Aeronautical Engineering cannot be considered for issuing AME until and unless they pass the test for issuing the license. After obtaining the license only they enrol themselves as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.

The Scope of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Aeronautical Engineers:

It has a wide scope in the aviation sector like Indian Airlines, Kingfisher, Jet Airways, Spice jet, Air India, Sahara and many more. All these companies looking for a large number of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers for the maintenance works of their aircraft. So, it is guaranteed that no AME will become unemployed after the successful completion of this course. By the by those who are completing Aeronautical Engineering course can opt-in other areas too and they have better scope in Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). The opportunity does not limit to India only it extends to few companies in abroad too. So there is a huge wanted in some aviation companies in western countries and the US. The aviation sector is functioning in a condition of acute shortage of AME. So, there is a huge demand for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in the future.

Expected salary of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in India:

The Aircraft Engineers have a respectable position in the aviation sector so they are highly paid staff of the company. Initially, companies used to pay around Rs 35000/- per month and it may continuously keep on raising as gaining experience. As per your experience and dedication in your work, the companies will suitably reward in hiking your salary up to 60000/- to 100000/-. So, the candidates joining AME courses have a bright future and can earn a handsome salary with the dedication towards their duty.

Institutes offering Aircraft Maintenance Courses in India:

There are many colleges offering Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course. All candidates are advised to check the admission criteria of such colleges. Different colleges have different admission criteria but the pre-requisite qualification is same as mentioned above. Though all candidates have an equal job opportunity, popular colleges can grab more opportunity for their students by making collaboration with aviation companies. So, better college means a better opportunity. It is obvious to presume that popular colleges must collect huge fees for the said course so this is not exceptional as in other areas too. The total fee for the course may vary from college to college in terms of their popularity and services rendering in imparting the course. It is expected to be around Rs 4lakh to 6 lakhs.

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Guest Author: Vipin V Nair19 Jun 2015

I am studying in 12th std. Comp. Science and I want to get a job in aviation sector. Is there any scope for M.Tech degree holders? Want to know about salary.

Guest Author: Ansar shajahan03 Apr 2016

Its completely meaningless. There is not much scope for AME candidates in India. Kingfisher is not there in India now,Spice Jet is not recruiting anyone as they are in a tough time. Jet airways is already saturated with man power and even if they recruit you can never expect to become a licences engineer within a minimum of 10 years. So you have to work as a technician for only 15000/- for a min of 10 years. Air India Airlines are not recruiting candidates who have completed the AME course. In place of that they give job for B Tech holders other than aeronautical. This is happening with Indigo but salary in Indigo is cheaper than a please don't cheat

Guest Author: top engineering coll14 Jul 2018

Thanks for this valuable information keep it up.

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