Overview: Aeronautical Engineering Course
Aeronautical Engineering remains one of the most fascinating subjects among students and is gaining increased importance with advancements in number enabling technologies. The rapid growth in civil transportation, development of advanced fighter aircrafts and missile system for the air superiority in national defense along with the growing applications of unmanned aerial system in the civilian and commercial sectors are the major contributors of this growth.
The students in I and II semesters will be studying basic sciences and from III to VIII semester, they will be studying subjects purely related to Aeronautical. Also students will be exposed to laboratories such as aerodynamics, aircraft propulsion, aircraft structures and flight simulation in which they can conduct research oriented experiments and also the experiments related to the academics.
Why study Aeronautical Engineering ?
Aeronautical Engineering course imparts multi-faceted training to students in areas like design, development, manufacturing, operation and maintenance of aircraft systems. As these activities are highly inter-disciplinary, students will also be introduced to other related technologies in allied fields such as advanced materials, embedded systems and software technologies etc. While the opportunities for the students for higher studies and placement in the western world need not be over stated the Indian scenario is turning to be better with the opening of strategic sector manufacturing to private enterprises and a number of startups in the area of unmanned aerial system.
As time management is more important these days, Airways play a major role in travelling purposes and also in the military applications. Because of which the opportunities for an Aeronautical Engineer will be more and more in future. Few of the opportunities can be like
- Defence (Air Force)
- Taneja Aerospace
- Laboratories such as NAL, ADA, DRDL, GTRE etc
*Non-Aero companies like Capgemini, Infosys, etc
For students interested in higher studies, opportunities can be in
- M.Tech/M.E under Aeronautical specializations such as Aerodynamics, Aircraft propulsion, Aircraft structures and Avionics.
- MBA in Aviation
4 Years (8 Semesters)
The candidate shall have passed the second year of Pre-University or XII standard or equivalent examination and shall have secured not less than 45% in the aggregate with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects, along with any one of the following subjects, namely, Chemistry, Bio-Technology, Biology, Electronics and Computer Science provided that, the candidate shall have studied and passed English as one of the subjects.
However, in the case of candidates from Karnataka belonging to SC/ST and other backward classes, the eligibility shall be 40% in the aggregate with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects, along with any one of the following subjects, namely, Chemistry, Bio-technology, Biology, Electronics and Computer Science.