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B.Tech Aeronautical, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Cabin Crew are mostly in search for job profile now and the Institutes for that are required to be increased as per as the following news and School of Aeronautics is already offering these various courses. AIR INDIA TO CONSIDER SETTING UP AVIATION VARSITYNew Delhi: Air India is mulling establishing an aviation university for providing various programmes that can also be an additional revenue stream for it in the long term. The national carrier, which is working on ways to improve its financial position, has already started exploring various options for having a university, airline officials said.The idea is to have an institution that offers a range of aviation training programmes for pilots, cabin crew, operations and engineering staff, among others, they said. "We want to create a world class university and make it heavily commercial, " Air India CMD Ashwani Lohani told Press Trust of India.The national carrier has also approached Educational Consultants India Limited (EdCIL) to look at the possibility to convert its Central Training Establishment (CTE) in Hyderabad into a deemed-to-be-university. EdCIL would be studying the viability aspects and is expected to submit a report in "2 to 3 months", Air India Executive Director (Training) Capt Amitabh Singh said. After taking into consideration the suggestions in the report, a final decision would be taken. According to Singh, it would take "2 to 5 years" to turn the Hyderabad training centre into a deemed university depending on the viability. "Any airline can utilise our resources (once the university is set up). They can also send their pilots for type rating (training for specific aircraft type), " Lohanisaid. As per the initial plans, the university would offer diploma and certificate courses. In due course, degree programmes could also be offered, Singh said. The CTE has three A320 simulators for pilot training and an ATR 72-600 simulator would be inducted in September. For the last few years, CTE has been giving training to pilots from outside of Air India also."We have been able to train a lot of outside pilots who get an endorsement on our A320 simulators. Later, they get jobs either with us or with other airlines, " Singh said, adding such a trend can be capitalised upon to generate additional revenues.Presently, the CTE offers courses for pilots, flight despatchers, engineers, commercial, cargo, management, cabin crew, aviation security, aviation medicine, ramp handling. In 2016-17, the CTE is estimated to have reported a turnover of Rs. 26 crore.This is an increase of nearly 74 per cent compared to Rs. 15 crore turnovers in 2015-16. Air India is staying afloat on a bailout package from the central government and expects an operational profit of Rs. 300 crore in 2016-17 fiscal. Source: NDTV Profit
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Aeronautical Engineering improves very much nowadays especially in India and now, professionally, it can give much opportunity as per as the following news ROLLS-ROYCE KEEN TO MAKE SMALL AIRCRAFT WITH INDIAN COMPANIESNEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sought to establish the country as a manufacturing hub through the Make-in-India project, and launched the regional connectivity initiative to expand aviation links. Rolls-Royce is now keen to aid both programmes — by making smaller aircraft locally. The company, which commands a 50 per cent market share of engines that power long-haul aircraft globally, also makes them for smaller aircraft that are crucial to improve connectivity across the South Asian nation, where the surface-transport infrastructure is often considered out of date with the country's rising economic profile. We have offerings in that space — 50 to 60-seater aircraft — but you need a structural manufacturer, and orders from the market. Yes, we can supply engines made in India. Various Indian companies, including the Tata and Mahindra groups, want to bring an aircraft. We are open to partnerships with any of them in order to bring the right thing, " Kishore Jayaraman, President of Rolls-Royce India and South Asia, told ET. "We have offerings in that space — 50 to 60-seater aircraft — but you need a structural manufacturer, and orders from the market. Yes, we can supply engines made in India. Various Indian companies, including the Tata and Mahindra groups, want to bring an aircraft. We are open to partnerships with any of them in order to bring the right thing, " Kishore Jayaraman, President of Rolls-Royce India and South Asia, told ET. Rolls-Royce has sought to provide options to local companies, and a lot of groundwork has been done so far with the relevant companies, he said. Notably, Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) has plans to build the first 'Made in India' regional civil aircraft by 2020-22 through the public-private partnership (PPP) model. Rolls-Royce and HAL are joint venture partners in a firm that produces various components used in aircraft engines. Jayaraman, however, said that the joint venture with HAL does not bar Rolls-Royce from getting into an agreement with any private company to make regional aircraft in India. "The JV with HAL stands within its own realms. We just have to inform it, like any partner, whenever we plan to enter into an agreement to make small aircraft, " he further said. Alocally made small aircraft would provide a boost to the government's regional connectivity plan, called Ude Desh ke Aam Nagrik (UDAN) that aims to take flying to smaller airports at a subsidised fare of `2, 500 for an hour of flight. The first flight under the scheme will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister in Shimla on April 27, 2017.Jayraman believes that the UDAN programme is based on a sustainable model. "It is very doable, and based on a sustainable model. The plan has been arrived at with a certain degree of competition, and with a reasonable fare that would appeal to the crowd below that of the low-cost airline today. The plan will bridge the gap between no flying and the lowest end of the fare band at low-cost airlines, " he said. Source: The Economic Times24/04/2017
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OPPORTUNITY FOR JOB IN BRANCH OF B.TECH AERONAUTICAL, AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING AND CABIN CREW AS PER AS THE FOLLOWING NEWS, MORE FLIGHTS MEANS MORE ENGINEERS, AIR HOSTESS AND STEWARTS WILL BE REQUIRED.AIR INDIA EXPRESS EYES TIE-UP WITH FLYDUBAI.NEW DELHI: Air India Express is in discussions with Dubai-based flydubai for collaboration opportunities, including code share among their flights. The move comes at a time when AI Express, which operates a significant number of flights to Gulf nations, is working on ways to spread its wings further. Part of the Air India group, the carrier has plans to fly to new destinations. An official said the airline is discussing ways to collaborate with flydubai for possible sales and marketing beyond Dubai. Various options, including code share of flights and interline agreement, are being looked at, the official added. Code share and interline pacts provide for smooth connectivity between multiple flights. When contacted, a flydubai spokesperson said India is a very important market for the airline“We are always looking at new opportunities in the market to facilitate travel between India and Dubai, " the spokesperson said in a e-mailed statement. AI Express flies to 14 international destinations, including Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha, Kuwait, Salalah, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Riyadh and Dhaka. Besides, it has domestic services on various routes. Currently, AI Express has a code share pact with Air India on select routes. "In the future, Air India Express may enter into interline arrangements with other LCC (Low Cost Carrier) or FSC (Full Service Carrier) Airlines to expand its reach, " as per details provided in a tender document floated by the airline seeking bids for an automated revenue management system. The airline carries around 3.5 million passengers a year and has a fleet of 23 Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Dubai government-owned flydubai operates flights to more than 85 destinations, including various Indian cities.The Economic Times11/05/2017
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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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FUTURE JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND CABIN CREW AS PER THE FOLLOWING NEWS: “GOVT PLANNING TO INCREASE FLIGHTS FROM DELHI AIRPORT BY 40 PER CENT IN THREE YEARS”NEW DELHI: With increasing passenger traffic at the international airport here, authorities plan to increase the number of aircraft movements by over 40 per cent to 95 movements per hour in three years. After detailed discussions with stakeholders concerned on increasing the overall capacity at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), Union Minister Jayant Sinha today said there is a "strong working hypothesis" to increase the aircraft movements at the aerodrome. A takeoff or landing is considered as one aircraft movement. Besides, a flight operations committee would be set up to look into various issues related to the airport and the panel would hold meeting every month. Noting that the master plan for the Delhi airport is being re-evaluated, Sinha said UK-based NATS has been examining on how to increase airside capacity in the next two to three years. Generally, airside capacity refers to takeoffs and landings that an airport can handle. NATS provides air traffic control services.Currently, there are around 67 aircraft movements per hour at the airport under the summer schedule. This number is proposed to be increased to 95. We can expand it (aircraft movements) to 95 movements per hour in next two to three years... We think it is entirely feasible, " Sinha said, adding that it can be done only with very close collaboration between all the stakeholders, including air traffic controllers, airport and airlines.The Minister of State for Civil Aviation also noted that once the air side capacity is increased, then passenger handling capacity can go to 90 million from the current level of 60 million per year. An official release said that by the end of this year, the air side capacity is expected to rise by 10 per cent, with around 72 to 73 movements per hour.There are two operational terminals at the airport here -- T1 and T3 -- while T2 construction is over but flights are yet to start operating from there. While T1 has a rated capacity to 20 million passengers a year, the number of passengers passing through that terminal is around 24 million. NATS analysis is a strong working hypothesis. It is not a final scientific conclusion. There will be several months more of very detailed technical analysis, including simulations using the proprietary software to come to a conclusion on exactly how many movements are possible and by when, " the minister said. Against the backdrop of differences between the Delhi airport operator and airlines over proposed shifting of operations to T2, Sinha said planning for increasing terminal capacity depends on airside capacity. However, differences have been persisting over the matter between the airlines and the airport operator. IGIA is run under public private partnership with diversified group GMR being the majority stakeholder. Sources: The Economic Times21/04/2017
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MORE JOB OPPUTUNITIES FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS, AME & AVIATION SECTOR JOBS, AFTER LAUNCHING OF UDAN SCHEME.Indore-Gwalior-Delhi flight under Udan schemeIndore: Under recently launched ‘Udan’ scheme, the city will be connected to Gwalior with a Indore-Gwalior-New Delhi flight. Gwalior has been identified as under-served airport. ATR plane service would be started by Alliance Air likely by September. The fare of Indore-Gwalior would be Rs 2500.Udan scheme is a component of the National Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP) which was released on June 15, 2016 and launched on April 27 by PM Narendra Modi in Shimla. Udan, a scheme with slogan of ‘Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik (Let fly common men of the country), is an endeavor to make regional connectivity easy with flights covering distances up to 800 km through a market-based mechanism.Aviation sources inform that following a study ministry of civil avaition had identified 43 cities which are either underserved or unserved. In Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior airport was identified as under-served one. Thus it has been listed for tapping under regional connectivity scheme (RCS). Gwalior is being linked with two commercially potential cities Indore and New Delhi. Thus a flight would be started connecting Gwalior with Indore and New Delhi.Sources said that though the scheme will be launched in four phases. Gwalior is placed in second phase will is as per schedule should roll out in June, but the most likely it may start from September this year. A present there is no air connectivity between Indore and Gwalior. Only road and rail connectivity is present there. Travel from both means takes almost 12 hour, while through flight it would be completed within one hour.Air India’s subsidiary Alliance Air will be operating flight between Indore-Gwalior-New Delhi under RCS. Alliance Air will operate regular flights using a 48-seater ATR-42 all-economy class aircraft.As per policy, from total seats 50 seats would be put under Udan scheme; where passenger will have to pay fare for one hour flight would be Rs 2500 only. This would be a subsidised fare for passenger. Government would pay the subsidy amount to airlines through Viability Gap Funding (VGF). The VGF will be used to bridge the gap between the cost of airline operations and expected revenue."Definitely we will support the Udan scheme from the city airport and make sure that the scheme is a huge success."Aryama Sanyal, Airport Director, Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport
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GOOD NEWS FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATES AND AMESaturday, May 13, 2017India’s first ATR simulators inaugurated in GurugramIn an attempt to uplift the country’s civil aviation sector, the Flight Simulation Technique Centre (FSTC) acquired India’s first ATR 72-500 full flight simulator in the previous year. Issued to be certified by the European Air Safety Agency (EASA) and Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) India, FSTC officials informed that it was the first of its kind simulator in the South East Asian region.FSTC, one of the largest training organisations registered under Approved Training Organization (ATO), has a substantial number of full flight simulators catering to all the airlines in India flying various fleet types. The pilots trained by the institution are placed in major domestic airlines like Indigo, Vistara, Jet airways, Spice Jet and Air India.According to the official announcements, the ATR simulator will help pilots who have to travel to Toulouse, Madrid and Bangkok for type-rating training. ”This is a fruitful measure that will help trainee pilots gain more confidence and also reduce the cost and time spent on training, ” the spokesperson stated. The move was welcomed as a part of the Centre’s increased emphasis on Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS). According to the official report, IndiGo announced that it will be purchasing 50 ATR 72-600 aircrafts. Air India’s subsidiary, Alliance Air also plans to expand its fleet by leasing 10 ATR planes this year.Captain Sanjay Mandavia, MD & Accountable Manager, FSTC, commented, “FSTC’s decision to bring India’s first ATR 72-500 state of the art simulation in the heart of the Gurugram, where we are already providing instructor-led ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ training for the Airbus A320 & Boeing B737 further extends FSTC’s commitment to the aviation community in India and the region. Positioning this simulator close to Indian customers and operator’s base of operation will enable them to be more efficient while continuing to train the pilot skills and decision making that enhances safety and effectiveness.”www.ameadmission.org
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GOOD NEWS FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATES & AME Saturday, May 13, 2017India’s first ATR simulators inaugurated in GurugramIn an attempt to uplift the country’s civil aviation sector, the Flight Simulation Technique Centre (FSTC) acquired India’s first ATR 72-500 full flight simulator in the previous year. Issued to be certified by the European Air Safety Agency (EASA) and Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) India, FSTC officials informed that it was the first of its kind simulator in the South East Asian region.FSTC, one of the largest training organisations registered under Approved Training Organization (ATO), has a substantial number of full flight simulators catering to all the airlines in India flying various fleet types. The pilots trained by the institution are placed in major domestic airlines like Indigo, Vistara, Jet airways, Spice Jet and Air India.According to the official announcements, the ATR simulator will help pilots who have to travel to Toulouse, Madrid and Bangkok for type-rating training. ”This is a fruitful measure that will help trainee pilots gain more confidence and also reduce the cost and time spent on training, ” the spokesperson stated. The move was welcomed as a part of the Centre’s increased emphasis on Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS). According to the official report, IndiGo announced that it will be purchasing 50 ATR 72-600 aircrafts. Air India’s subsidiary, Alliance Air also plans to expand its fleet by leasing 10 ATR planes this year.Captain Sanjay Mandavia, MD & Accountable Manager, FSTC, commented, “FSTC’s decision to bring India’s first ATR 72-500 state of the art simulation in the heart of the Gurugram, where we are already providing instructor-led ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ training for the Airbus A320 & Boeing B737 further extends FSTC’s commitment to the aviation community in India and the region. Positioning this simulator close to Indian customers and operator’s base of operation will enable them to be more efficient while continuing to train the pilot skills and decision making that enhances safety and effectiveness.”
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