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School of Aeronautics (Neemrana), provides wide variety of courses related to Aviation /Aeronautical Industry and Emerging Branches of engineering since 1992. To mention them they are:• B.Tech (Aeronautical Engineering) [Specialization in Pure Aeronautical / Aerospace & Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is Available, students can choose any one of them in Fifth Semester]• Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Director General of Civil Aviation)• B.Tech (Mechatronics)• Cabin crew & air hostess courses, CRM training etcWe are also in providing lab testing equipments related to aviation / aircraft maintenanceAeronautical Engineering Career Opportunities• Commercial aviation industry• Government defense forces• Flight crew in both commercial and defense aviation• Research institutes• Space exploration centers.Aeronautical Engineering Future Prospects• Create new, innovative methods of transportation to meet future demands.• Improve safety of an aircraft travel with more energy-efficient, economical methods.• Develop and manufacture of rockets and satellites.• Research and development formula one racing cars• Perform and supervising the design of military aircraft.Aeronautical engineers are also known as aircraft engineers, aerospace engineers etc.DETAILS OF VARIOUS AWARDS WON BY COLLEGE • Asia's best & fastest growing education institutes award• Excellent & fastest growing aviation institute in India award• Best aviation school in India award• Excellent private aviation institute in Rajasthan• Five star ratings given by top websites on Google• Its among top 10 aeronautical engineering colleges in India
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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERINGYou have chosen the best time to begin your career in aviation. The aviation industry has “come of age”. It is vital part of world's economy and way of life. The demand for skilled Engineers continued to grow year after year. School of Aeronautics (Neemrana) is the first college to be approved by AICTE for Aeronautical Engineering in Rajasthan. It has got all the relevant modern and advance lab facilities for Aeronautical Engineering. What is Aeronautical EngineeringBasically aeronautical involve activity of designing, developing and constructing of machine planes that can fly, as commonly known by aircraft. The aeronautical engineers primarily responsible for creation of safer and more energy efficient economical methods for travelling including aircraft, helicopters, satellites, missiles and spacecrafts. These includes science of propulsion and aerodynamics, even it covers the development and selection of materials and equipment that are utilized in aircraft. Aero Engineer's are part of the designing process to make that fastest vehicle. Eg: Airplanes that weights over a million pounds can ease into the air and spacecraft travels 17.000 miles an hour.What do Aeronautical Engineers do?Aero engineers bring concept into reality by emphasizing on the design of aerofoils (wings). Propulsion is another aspect in aeronautical engineering. The force of propulsion helps an airplane to remain in flight, and encompasses the design and development of engines. These two basic principles are considered when choice of material for aircraft design, strength and weight. Selection of material is a crucial area of specialization for the aeronautical engineering. As a Aero graduates you can specialize in any areas including Structural designing, Flight mechanic and control system, Aerodynamics, Instrumentation and communication, Manufacturing and maintenance. Aeronautical Engineering Career Opportunities1. Commercial aviation industry2. Government defence forces3. Flight crew in both commercial and defence aviation4. Research institutes5. Space exploration centres. Aeronautical Engineers Employers IncludesHAL, NAL, Defence services, ISRO, DRDO, Taneja Aerospace, Mahindra Aerospace, GE, Snigma, Infotech on national basis to name a few, where as on internationally one can look for employment in Aer Lingus, Airbus the Air Corps, FLS Aerospace, Rolls Royce and Ryanair. Their are approximately 200 plus companies where our students are working after successfully completing their courses.
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Man who made a plane on terrace gets wings Amol Yadav, a pilot who assembled a six-seater aircraft on the terrace of his three BHK flat in Charkop, and who was given an opportunity to display his creation at the Make in India Week in Mumbai last year, will be allotted a 157-acre plot in Palghar by the state government to set up his enterprise. Yadav plans to manufacture six-seater and 20-seater aircraft in India, under the banner of his Thrust India Company.Yadav, 41, a deputy chief pilot with Jet Airways, is scheduled to meet with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday, along with representatives of companies that specialise in manufacturing aircraft engine and other technology. “It’s a dream come true, ” Yadav said, “I went to the US for training in 1995 and saw a lot of people, including middleclass families, assembling used planes to create customised flying machines. I was inspired to do the same in India.”Mumbai Mirror reported last year how Yadav, over a period of six years, put together a plane in his house that he shared with 19 members (‘Plane put together on a Charkop terrace features in Make in India’; MM, February 13, 2016). He created an aircraft that can soar up to 13, 000-ft at 1, 500 ft per minute, and cover a distance of 2, 000-km at the top speed of 185 nautical miles an hour. The plane is currently parked at the Dhule airport.“I’m thankful for the support I have been receiving. The government has big dreams in terms of regional air connectivity and I’m a believer that it cannot be achieved till we start manufacturing planes in India. Once we start building aircraft, there will be a revolution in the Indian aviation industry, ”
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Udan scheme: implementation, traffic demand keyDeveloping regional routes under the Udan scheme is expected to eventually feed into major routes, and that augurs well for the aviation sectorLast week, the aviation ministry released a list of successful bidders under its Udan scheme, set to connect big cities with smaller towns. The five airlines that were awarded the rights to fly on so-called regional routes are Airline Allied Services (Air India’s subsidiary), SpiceJet Ltd, Turbo Megha Airways, Air Odisha and Air Deccan. Udan is short for Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik, which loosely translates as let the common man fly.Under the scheme, the selected airlines will enjoy a three-year exclusivity period on the specific routes they have won. This means there will be no competitive pressures to worry about during that time. Aviation turbine fuel tax rates have been reduced in collaboration with the states. There are no airport charges. Airlines will reserve 50% of seats under the stipulated fare cap.According to Dhiraj Mathur, partner and leader of the aerospace and defence practice at PwC India, “the difference between earlier attempts to boost regional airline connectivity and now is that there is immense government support in the form of lower taxes, viability gap funding (or subsidy) and assurances to build airport infrastructure.”But the challenges are immense. Regional airline operations are likely to be leaner with thin margins, meaning the biggest risk really is if the government doesn’t pay the subsidy on time. Getting payments from the government is a huge problem, as there are elements of red tape and corruption entwined here, said Mathur, adding, “Moreover, the state governments, too, have to live up to their commitments (as far as tax reliefs are concerned).”What about profitability? According to Ansuman Deb, an analyst at ICICI Securities Ltd, the government’s cost sops will ensure loss-free operations unless the traffic demand is very low. However, traffic growth is of supreme importance, and it is difficult to predict traffic demand on these routes. That uncertainty is a risk for this scheme. One of the biggest challenges in developing regional routes is the lack of depth in the market, translating into low load factors.In general, India has seen 20% domestic passenger traffic growth in recent years, according to data from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). Under the scheme, traffic demand situation will be clearer as the scheme progresses. “However, some routes have better potential than others like Delhi-Shimla, ” says Deb, adding, therefore, that the profitability of operators will be route-dependent. Fares on seats not part of the scheme and compensation airlines shall receive from the government will also play a key role in determining profits. It helps that the outlook on crude oil prices is muted from a medium-term perspective.An important objective of the scheme is to facilitate / stimulate regional air connectivity by making it affordable. Analysts say even as the intent of the policy is good and the efforts laudable, its success will depend on proper implementation and traffic demand/load factors. It’ll be a while before the results are visible, and its success can be measured. Needless to say, if the scheme is successful, it will have a positive impact on travel- and hospitality-related sectors. Domestic air-travel demand could get a fillip, which will be positive for the aviation sector from a long-term perspective. Developing regional routes is expected to eventually feed into major routes, and that augurs well for the sector.Source: LivemintWritten by: Pallavi PengondaDate: 04/04/2017
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