AeroSpace Engineering
Aerospace engineering is complex and essentially requires superior and sophisticated tools and approaches for the creation, design and development of products, testing and collaboration processes. Aerospace engineering is one of the most dynamic types of engineering in today's world of modern technology. The most important aspect of the job of an aerospace engineer is to design as well as construct different kinds of aircraft. It is often work for large aviation companies like Airbus, Boeing and even NASA. These companies are constantly seeking trained engineers and deals with craft that stay within Earth's atmosphere, and the latter deals with craft that operates outside of Earth's atmosphere. Engineers from this field mainly deal with development of new technology in aviation, space exploration & defense system.


List of courses offered : 
  • Diploma in Aerospace Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology in Aerospace Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering
  • Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering
  • Master of Technology in Aerospace Engineering
  • Integrated five year M.Tech in Aerospace Engineering

Basic Eligibility

UG:

To pursue an undergraduate course in Aerospace engineering, candidates should be 10+2 pass with 50% marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics from recognized Board examination. Most of the colleges offer admission on the basis of score obtained in national/state level entrance test.

PG:

To pursue a postgraduate course in Aerospace engineering, candidates should have Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace engineering/Bachelor in Technology in Aerospace engineering from recognized University

 

Eligibility for Diploma courses: -

To pursue Diploma course in Aerospace engineering, candidates should be either Class Xth pass or 10+2 pass in science stream with 50% marks in Physics, Maths and Chemistry subjects from recognized board examination.

Specializations

Core subjects – The core subjects of Aerospace Engineering are as follows:The Core Subjects of Aerospace engineering are:
  • Academic Writing

  • Research,

  • Chemistry- A Molecular Science

  • Intro Engineering

  • Aerodynamics

  • Chemistry- A Quantitative Science

  • Aerospace Structure Computing

  • Environment Physics

  • Engineering Aerospace

  • Vehicle Design 

  • Engineer Dynamics 

  • Physics for Engineers and Scientists II

  • Statics Propulsion Calculus II 

  • Flight Vehicle control 

  • Solid Mechanics Calculus

Job Prospects

There are lots of job opportunities available in India as well as in foreign countries. Graduates can start their work as trainees, mechanical design engineers, aerospace designer checker, assistant technical officers, aircraft production managers, thermal design engineers and consultants.


Remuneration: -

Engineers employed in government sectors are paid according to the official scales whereas in private sectors are paid according to the scales decided by the management of the company. The estimated initial salary in government/public sectors such as DRDO, HAL & NAL are Rs.8.5 lakh ctc. The average package for fresher will be Rs. 25,000 per month. The package for Diploma holders varies from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 20,000 per month. Senior engineers earn between Rs 50,000 and Rs 80,000 per month.

 

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