AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineering)

The aviation sector needs all the professionals to do their part to keep travel safe, the AMEs probably perform one of the most crucial functions. Every aircraft has to be certified safe by an AME before it’s allowed to fly. The responsibility to maintain the aircraft and its engines rests with technical engineers, technicians and mechanics who work in airlines and maintenance-repair-overhaul (MRO) facilities

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JOB PROSPECTS
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EXAMINATIONS
  • On course completion and passing internal, student obtains a Basic Certificate of Recognition from the Academy. Pass mark for modules is 75/100
  • DGCA conducts AME License examinations thrice a year. Pass mark is 75/100.
  • Student should clear all DGCA exams to qualify for licensing system. And have requisite work experience as per CAR 66.
  • Of the work experience required, one year credit given for candidates who pass out from an AME institute with a valid certificate of completion.
INTAKE
  • No of full time Instructors = 10
  • No of Instructors from FAA AMO/CAM = 04

2018 Batch

  • No of students enrolled in 2018 intake
  • B1:30
  • B2:28

2019 Batch

  • No of students enrolled in 2019 intake
  • B1:25

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