LEADERS IN AVIATION INDUSTRY
ESTD: 1992-25 YEARS OF GLORIOUS SERVICE TO AVIATION INDUSTRY
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING (AME)
APPROVED BY DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION (DGCA)
Training for the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program at SOA has been approved by the DGCA. The license Examination is conducted by the DGCA. The duration of training at the institute is 2 years, phased over four semesters. This 2 Years is having 2400 Hrs of planned training out of which 2050 Hrs will be in class rooms and labs, 350 will in actual maintenance environment, i.e at MRO. School of Aeronautics has tied up with Air India, which is India’s largest MRO. Total Aviation Experience requirement to obtain B2 license is as per CAR 66.
Different types of Avionics workshops give an opportunity to the student to study various theories & Practicals of Avionics systems of an aircraft. In short SOA provide all facilities to make a student a successful Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
Congratulations to all the students who have cleared their DGCA licence examinations. Total result of college is 81.2%
Applications are invited from both sexes for admission into 2 Yrs., AME programme
All the eligible students, who have cleared their BAMEC are requested to submit their resumes latest by 20.2.19, to be forwarded for placements on email@example.com
Dr.Balraj, will be giving seminar on AIRCRAFT AVIONICS SYSTEM , at SCHOOL OF AERONAUTICS (NEW DELHI) on 08.11.2018, all students and staff are cordially invited to attend the same.