(B.Tech. Program is Approved by AICTE & Affiliated to RTU and BTU. AME Program is Approved by DGCA)


In today’s world, having a single graduate degree will not make you stand out from the crowd. Thus, students have started opting for two courses together, to increase their skill and knowledge about several subject. 

If you are looking for a career change, Integrated Program may help you advance your basic degree and also help you explore areas in the other fields too. Another major advantage of such a course is that you may also gain versatility and add an additional course to your professional portfolio.

Such programs is less costly in comparison to doing Aeronautical Engineering degrees and AME separately. By doing integrated program, one not only save time but they also become fully skilled. Suppose a student is doing only B.Tech. Aeronautical Engineering, if he or she happens to join in some Airlines as a graduate engineer trainee, than again he is suppose to put up another two years for clearing DGCA’s, AME License examination. All this reflects, that an Integrated Program Personals is have an edge on either only Aeronautical Engineering personal or only AME personals. More over these personals will have both designing skill as well maintenance skills.

Integrated course is a combined course of B.Tech. (Aeronautical Engineering) and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, in which students will appear for two different examinations for issue of Degree and License. Both the courses will be running parallel to each other, at the end of four years students will have both B.Tech. (Aeronautical Engineering) & Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, thereby making him eligible for both Manufacturing as well Maintenance jobs related to aircrafts. This will also enhance the placement probabilities as we will be able to apply for every type of job available in aviation engineering industry, either related to manufacturing or maintenance.

More and more number of students have started opting for dual degrees or dual courses, in order to make themselves stand out in crowd. These students with Integrated course are preferable candidate in Industry because employers can place them in any of the relevant jobs in their company.

Along with course curriculum, we are also providing deigning and analysis related software’s to the students to make them eligible for designing industry too.

These students will be appearing for two separate examinations of University for award of B.Tech. degree and DGCA license examination for award of AME license.

Practical’s being provided to them has been designed in such a way so to make them eligible for jobs in both manufacturing as well as maintenance sector jobs.


Minimum eligibility criteria for admission into Integrated Program is:

  • Applicant must pass 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics or equivalent. Students having any other optional subject in place of Chemistry are also eligible. E.g. Computer Science in place of chemistry along with Physics and Mathematics.
  • 3 years Engineering Diploma in the relevant stream. (i.e. Diploma in Mechanical, Production & Industrial, Electronics & Communication, Electronics, Instrumentation & Control, Telecommunication Engineering and Aeronautical Engineering. Students with this qualification are eligible for lateral entry into second year of Aeronautical Engineering Program.
  • B.Sc. with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Students with this qualification are eligible for lateral entry into second year of Aeronautical Engineering Program.
  • Candidate must have minimum 60% marks in 10+2 in PCM or equivalent or in any of the above qualification requirement.


India is the third largest aviation market, with lots of scope to become world’s largest aviation market in the near future. After Indian government’s make in India policy, lots of aircraft manufacturer’s have started out sourcing the designing and manufacturing of aircraft component in India. All these companies are looking for skilled Aeronautical Engineers or AME to be employed in their companies.

Airbus and Boing both have established there manufacturing units in India, these companies are also a big employer for Aeronautical Engineering OR AME pass outs.

India’s aviation growth is visible by increasing passenger traffic, with lots of new airports coming up to cater to passengers’ traffic. In Delhi and Mumbai, at both metros, Indian government is planning third and second airport, respectively. Passenger traffic has increased to the extend in Delhi that government has already segregated the helicopter and nonscheduled operators flying from New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport. Helicopter flying is taking place from a separate India’s First Heliport at Rohini and nonscheduled operators or small aircraft operators are flying from a separate airport at Hindon. Due to this high growth in the Industry, more and more of aircrafts will be brought and manufactured, thereby increasing the jobs for Aeronautical Engineering / AME pass outs and already working experienced personals.

Due to relaxation in taxes, MRO industry is to boost up from 800 crores to 3000 crores in next 3 years of time. Convergence between defense sector and civil MRO’s will be established to create economics in scale. This will also generate huge jobs for Aeronautical Engineering graduates.

Aeronautical engineers are also employed in space sector jobs. According to Indian government latest announcement, Indian private sector is to be a co traveler in space sector journey. They will also provide level playing field for private companies in satellites, launchers and space-based services. This will boost the job prospects for Aeronautical Engineering / Aerospace Engineering graduates.

Aeronautical Engineering / AME graduates can apply for jobs in approximately 350 plus companies in India, to mention some of the companies and domain of aviation related companies are as follows:

  • India Air Force, Army, Navy, Coast Guard, BSF, HAL, ISRO, DRDO, NAL, Taneja Aerospace, Mahendra Aerospace, Civil Aviation Department, DGCA, AAI, Scheduled Airlines, Non Scheduled Airlines, Private Airlines, Government Airlines, MRO, AMO, TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS, DESIGNING COMPANIES AND MANUFACTURING COMPANIES.