Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

P M group of institute is the best institute for aircraft maintenance in India. Enginneers are trained here With knowledge of different type of Aircrafts and all type of engines like Jet Engines and Piston Engines. AME is very vital to the Aviation Industry and plays very important role in the smooth functioning of Aeroplanes.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Programme An aero-plane is a very complex flying machine, the design of which takes years of scientific research, testing and evaluation of different design aspects and requires highly sophisticated and state of art system to finally build it. Today, Airlines Industry are using subsonic to supersonic high performance wide body jetliners which are built by using ‘state of the art’ technology and range of special materials including Composites for greater reliability and safety. For continued airworthiness, these flying machines have to be maintained on day-to-day basis by specially trained expert Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Technicians under strict control of, Airworthiness Controlling Authority. In India, the Director General of Civil Aviation (D.G.C.A), a Government of India authority is empowered to control and guide the Airworthiness process of an Aircraft to maintain highest level of safety. Here lies the role of an AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer), who is responsible to maintain the aircraft in airworthy condition for its safety before it flies. In short, an Aircraft can not fly unless it is properly certified by an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME), appropriately licensed and authorized to do so by the Regulatory Authority of India (D.G.C.A). You know now the kind of job and responsibility an AME has to undertake or just how important they are in Aviation Industry. Naturally, to undertake such an important responsibility an AME has to be specially trained with perfection as per the norms and guideline laid down by D.G.C.A. We make the task simpler and assure you a career in Aviation as an AME by sharing our experience and guidelines acquired through years of hard work, research and innovation. The AME course is designed for three years spanning over six semesters in a highly systematic manner. Each semester comprises theory and practical training on equal basis, which is targeted to provide well-planned high level of technical knowledge and proficiency among  AME Students through systematically arranged curriculum and proven quality control mechanism.

Brief Information About Aviation Industry

As we know Aerospace is a beautiful gift to humanity. The revolutionary changes are taking place in Aviation field in our country & abroad and same will be the prime focus in the immediate future. India & its neighbouring countries are lagging far behind in the field of Aviation and Aircraft technology. The Aviation Industry has two main branches – The Flying branch and the Engineering branch. Flying is the better known of the two branches. We are all aware of the pilots who fly The Aircraft. But we are not aware of the maintenance part of the aircraft and how it is done. As there are flying Academies/clubs to train pilots all over the country which are approved by DCGA, similarly there are many approved Institutes by AICTE of India to conduct the course of DIPLOMA in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering & B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering. A Pilot has to obtain the license to fly the Aircraft; similarly an Aircraft Engineer has to obtain a diploma in AMC or B.Tech in Aeronautical Engg. To maintain the aircraft to its fitness for flying. The demand of maintenance Engineers in the Aviation Industry is always high. After open Air Policy of Govt. of India, Now days Indian Sky is going to be crowded wide bodies sophisticated new generation Boeing, Airbus, ATR Aircrafts and day by day new Domestic & International Airlines are coming up with huge fleet of heavy Aircrafts. In view of these developments the day will come when Helicopter will replace ate Car & Passenger Aircraft will replace the Railway. Unlike Engineers in other fields AME is morally & legally responsible for] inspection, Maintenance & overhaul and certification of Airframe, Power Plant, Electrical, Instruments & Radio Radar Systems.

IIAE offers Aircraft maintenance engineering programme, which is approved by “Director General of Civil Aviation” Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India, to cover both Mechanical and Avionics stream. This is a three years approved programme, which earns a course completion certificate, Basic\ Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Certificate (BAMEC) and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) Licence as qualification at various levels of training to an individual who undergoes this programme.

Infrastructure

All these establishments are very much coordinated with each other to accomplish the task and provide each and every help to each other. This is the main advantage to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering College. Beside this the Institute has its own required and approved infrastructure in the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering workshop for imparting standardized practical training to our Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Students. College workshop consists of different shops such as machine shop, General Engineering shop, welding shop, sheet metal shop, Engine Shop, Airframe Shop, Electrical & Electronic Shop, Carpentry Shop, Hardness Testing Shop, and Various operating Mock-ups for demonstration purposes. The Institute has its own fully serviceable all metal Light Aircraft for on Job training. The Institute has four Number of Cesna Aircrafts and different type of Jet Engines and Piston Engines for imparting practical Training to its stud

An aero-plane is a very complex flying-machine the design of which takes years of scientific research, testing and evaluation of different design aspects and requires highly sophisticated and state of art system to finally build it. Today, Airlines Industry are using subsonic to supersonic high performance wide body jetliners which are built by using ‘state of the art’ technology and range of special materials including Composites for greater reliability and safety. For continued airworthiness, these flying machines have to be maintained on day-to-day basis by specially trained expert Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Technicians under strict control of, Airworthiness Controlling Authority. In India, the Director General of Civil Aviation (D.G.C.A), a Government of India authority is empowered to control and guide the Airworthiness process of an Aircraft to maintain highest level of safety. Here lies the role of an AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer), who is responsible to maintain the aircraft in airworthy condition for its safety before it flies. In short, an Aircraft can not fly unless it is properly certified by an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME), appropriately licensed and authorized to do so by the Regulatory Authority of India (D.G.C.A). You know now the kind of job and responsibility an AME has to undertake or just how important they are in Aviation Industry.

Naturally, to undertake such an important responsibility an AME has to be specially trained with perfection as per the norms and guideline laid down by D.G.C.A. We make the task simpler and assure you a career in Aviation as an AME by sharing our experience and guidelines acquired through years of hard work, research and innovation. The AME course is designed for three years spanning over six semesters in a highly systematic manner. Each semester comprises theory and practical training on equal basis, which is targeted to provide well-planned high level of technical knowledge and proficiency amongst AME Students through systematically arranged curriculum and proven quality control mechanism.

Brief Information about Aviation Industry

As we know Aerospace is a beautiful gift to humanity. The revolutionary changes are taking place in Aviation field in our country & abroad and same will be the prime focus in the immediate future. India & its neighbouring countries are lagging far behind in the field of Aviation and Aircraft technology.

The Aviation Industry has two main branches – The Flying branch and the Engineering branch. Flying is the better known of the two branches. We are all aware of the pilots who fly The Aircraft. But we are not aware of the maintenance part of the aircraft and how it is done. As there are flying Academies/clubs to train pilots all over the country which are approved by DCGA, similarly there are many approved Institutes by AICTE of India to conduct the course of DIPLOMA in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering &B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering. A Pilot has to obtain the license to fly the Aircraft; similarly an Aircraft Engineer has to obtain a diploma in AMC or B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering. To maintain the aircraft to its fitness for flying.

The demand of maintenance Engineers in the Aviation Industry is always high. After open Air Policy of Govt. of India, Now days Indian Sky is going to be crowded wide bodies sophisticated new generation Boeing, Airbus, ATR Aircrafts and day by day new Domestic & International Airlines are coming up with huge fleet of heavy Aircrafts. In view of these developments the day will come when Helicopter will replace ate Car & Passenger Aircraft will replace the Railway.

Unlike Engineers in other fields AME is morally & legally responsible for inspection, Maintenance & overhaul and certification of Airframe, Power Plant, Electrical, Instruments& Radio Radar Systems.

Practical Training

Practical training is most important part of the AME programme and covers almost 50% of the entire training hours. To facilitate this, IIAE has developed highly equipped workshops and laboratories which are capable of imparting practical training on different aircraft systems, power plants, avionic system, at various levels of training to determine that an individual has gone through interesting and well-designed training programme which will generate required confidence and skill amongst AME students to undertake maintenance activities of live aircraft in the aviation industry.

In order to provide live aircraft practical knowledge, IIAE has recently added three more live aircrafts as Hawker-HS-125-600A, Piper Comanche PA 24-180 and Cessna 152-II in its existing heavy category large transport aircraft AVRO-HS-748 and Fokker F-27 which is part of the training assets at IIAE, Kami Campus. In addition to the above, well equipped Mechanical and Avionics laboratories and workshop facilities which include, Airframe, N.D.T, Aircraft Composites, Sheet Metal, Welding Shop, Jet Engine and Piston Engine Shop for Mechanical and Aircraft Instrument, Radio Navigation and Aircraft Electrical Lab facility for Avionics stream.

IIAE has also developed rotary wing facility to educate Helicopter design and maintenance procedure under its research and development programme. Under this program IIAE has exhibited its technical capabilities by designing live aircraft simulator with new generation cockpit display system on its AVRO HS 748 aircraft. This meets the requirement of new generation aircraft and acts as a complete training simulator. This is the finest exhibition of IIAE technical capabilities which is otherwise comparable to the best training system in the world.

All the above facilities, Infrastructure & Years of IIAE practical experience has helped in creating one of the finest aviation education facilities which meets Indian & International requirements and provides a natural learning environment for advanced aviation technology, which helps the students developing and upgrading the required aviation skill quickly to become a successful Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. No facility and training infrastructure will be complete and productive until it is guided by experienced and skilled personnel. IIAE has put together a team of highly qualified and motivated faculty members who have got more than 20 years of Aviation Experience; they constantly work to upgrade the skill and knowledge of our students, which has helped IIAE to emerge as one of the top ranking institution of AME programme in India.

Responsibility of an AME

Carries out assignments of daily aircraft maintenance and overhaul programs and issues flight release certificate.
Checks condition of aircraft and engine makes repairs, replacements and adjustments, in accordance with approved maintenance procedures.
May direct the work of a number of Aircraft Mechanics and Trades Helpers.
May be required to fly with aircraft as duty engineer.
Performs other related duties as assigned.

With knowledge of different type of Aircrafts and all type of engines like Jet Engines and Piston Engines, an AME is very vital to the Aviation Industry and plays very important role in the smooth functioning of Aeroplanes.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Programme An aero-plane is a very complex flying machine, the design of which takes years of scientific research, testing and evaluation of different design aspects and requires highly sophisticated and state of art system to finally build it. Today, Airlines Industry are using subsonic to supersonic high performance wide body jetliners which are built by using ‘state of the art’ technology and range of special materials including Composites for greater reliability and safety. For continued airworthiness, these flying machines have to be maintained on day-to-day basis by specially trained expert Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Technicians under strict control of, Airworthiness Controlling Authority. In India, the Director General of Civil Aviation (D.G.C.A), a Government of India authority is empowered to control and guide the Airworthiness process of an Aircraft to maintain highest level of safety. Here lies the role of an AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer), who is responsible to maintain the aircraft in airworthy condition for its safety before it flies. In short, an Aircraft can not fly unless it is properly certified by an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME), appropriately licensed and authorized to do so by the Regulatory Authority of India (D.G.C.A). You know now the kind of job and responsibility an AME has to undertake or just how important they are in Aviation Industry. Naturally, to undertake such an important responsibility an AME has to be specially trained with perfection as per the norms and guideline laid down by D.G.C.A. We make the task simpler and assure you a career in Aviation as an AME by sharing our experience and guidelines acquired through years of hard work, research and innovation. The AME course is designed for three years spanning over six semesters in a highly systematic manner. Each semester comprises theory and practical training on equal basis, which is targeted to provide well-planned high level of technical knowledge and proficiency amongst AME Students through systematically arranged curriculum and proven quality control mechanism.

Brief Information About Aviation Industry

As we know Aerospace is a beautiful gift to humanity. The revolutionary changes are taking place in Aviation field in our country & abroad and same will be the prime focus in the immediate future. India & its neighbouring countries are lagging far behind in the field of Aviation and Aircraft technology. The Aviation Industry has two main branches – The Flying branch and the Engineering branch. Flying is the better known of the two branches. We are all aware of the pilots who fly The Aircraft. But we are not aware of the maintenance part of the aircraft and how it is done. As there are flying Academies/clubs to train pilots all over the country which are approved by DCGA, similarly there are many approved Institutes by AICTE of India to conduct the course of DIPLOMA in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering & B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering. A Pilot has to obtain the license to fly the Aircraft; similarly an Aircraft Engineer has to obtain a diploma in AMC or B.Tech in Aeronautical Engg. To maintain the aircraft to its fitness for flying. The demand of maintenance Engineers in the Aviation Industry is always high. After open Air Policy of Govt. of India, Now days Indian Sky is going to be crowded wide bodies sophisticated new generation Boeing, Airbus, ATR Aircrafts and day by day new Domestic & International Airlines are coming up with huge fleet of heavy Aircrafts. In view of these developments the day will come when Helicopter will replace ate Car & Passenger Aircraft will replace the Railway. Unlike Engineers in other fields AME is morally & legally responsible for] inspection, Maintenance & overhaul and certification of Airframe, Power Plant, Electrical, Instruments & Radio Radar Systems.

IIAE offers Aircraft maintenance engineering programme, which is approved by “Director General of Civil Aviation” Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India, to cover both Mechanical and Avionics stream. This is a three years approved programme, which earns a course completion certificate, Basic\ Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Certificate (BAMEC) and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) Licence as qualification at various levels of training to an individual who undergoes this programme.

Infrastructure

All these establishments are very much coordinated with each other to accomplish the task and provide each and every help to each other. This is the main advantage to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering College. Beside this the Institute has its own required and approved infrastructure in the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering workshop for imparting standardized practical training to our Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Students. College workshop consists of different shops such as machine shop, General Engineering shop, welding shop, sheet metal shop, Engine Shop, Airframe Shop, Electrical & Electronic Shop, Carpentry Shop, Hardness Testing Shop, and Various operating Mock-ups for demonstration purposes. The Institute has its own fully serviceable all metal Light Aircraft for on Job training. The Institute has four Number of Cesna Aircrafts and different type of Jet Engines and Piston Engines for imparting practical Training to its stud

An aero-plane is a very complex flying-machine the design of which takes years of scientific research, testing and evaluation of different design aspects and requires highly sophisticated and state of art system to finally build it. Today, Airlines Industry are using subsonic to supersonic high performance wide body jetliners which are built by using ‘state of the art’ technology and range of special materials including Composites for greater reliability and safety. For continued airworthiness, these flying machines have to be maintained on day-to-day basis by specially trained expert Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Technicians under strict control of, Airworthiness Controlling Authority. In India, the Director General of Civil Aviation (D.G.C.A), a Government of India authority is empowered to control and guide the Airworthiness process of an Aircraft to maintain highest level of safety. Here lies the role of an AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer), who is responsible to maintain the aircraft in airworthy condition for its safety before it flies. In short, an Aircraft can not fly unless it is properly certified by an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME), appropriately licensed and authorized to do so by the Regulatory Authority of India (D.G.C.A). You know now the kind of job and responsibility an AME has to undertake or just how important they are in Aviation Industry.

Naturally, to undertake such an important responsibility an AME has to be specially trained with perfection as per the norms and guideline laid down by D.G.C.A. We make the task simpler and assure you a career in Aviation as an AME by sharing our experience and guidelines acquired through years of hard work, research and innovation. The AME course is designed for three years spanning over six semesters in a highly systematic manner. Each semester comprises theory and practical training on equal basis, which is targeted to provide well-planned high level of technical knowledge and proficiency amongst AME Students through systematically arranged curriculum and proven quality control mechanism.

Brief Information about Aviation Industry

As we know Aerospace is a beautiful gift to humanity. The revolutionary changes are taking place in Aviation field in our country & abroad and same will be the prime focus in the immediate future. India & its neighbouring countries are lagging far behind in the field of Aviation and Aircraft technology.

The Aviation Industry has two main branches – The Flying branch and the Engineering branch. Flying is the better known of the two branches. We are all aware of the pilots who fly The Aircraft. But we are not aware of the maintenance part of the aircraft and how it is done. As there are flying Academies/clubs to train pilots all over the country which are approved by DCGA, similarly there are many approved Institutes by AICTE of India to conduct the course of DIPLOMA in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering &B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering. A Pilot has to obtain the license to fly the Aircraft; similarly an Aircraft Engineer has to obtain a diploma in AMC or B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering. To maintain the aircraft to its fitness for flying.

The demand of maintenance Engineers in the Aviation Industry is always high. After open Air Policy of Govt. of India, Now days Indian Sky is going to be crowded wide bodies sophisticated new generation Boeing, Airbus, ATR Aircrafts and day by day new Domestic & International Airlines are coming up with huge fleet of heavy Aircrafts. In view of these developments the day will come when Helicopter will replace ate Car & Passenger Aircraft will replace the Railway.

Unlike Engineers in other fields AME is morally & legally responsible for inspection, Maintenance & overhaul and certification of Airframe, Power Plant, Electrical, Instruments& Radio Radar Systems.

Practical Training

Practical training is most important part of the AME programme and covers almost 50% of the entire training hours. To facilitate this, IIAE has developed highly equipped workshops and laboratories which are capable of imparting practical training on different aircraft systems, power plants, avionic system, at various levels of training to determine that an individual has gone through interesting and well-designed training programme which will generate required confidence and skill amongst AME students to undertake maintenance activities of live aircraft in the aviation industry.

In order to provide live aircraft practical knowledge, IIAE has recently added three more live aircrafts as Hawker-HS-125-600A, Piper Comanche PA 24-180 and Cessna 152-II in its existing heavy category large transport aircraft AVRO-HS-748 and Fokker F-27 which is part of the training assets at IIAE, Kami Campus. In addition to the above, well equipped Mechanical and Avionics laboratories and workshop facilities which include, Airframe, N.D.T, Aircraft Composites, Sheet Metal, Welding Shop, Jet Engine and Piston Engine Shop for Mechanical and Aircraft Instrument, Radio Navigation and Aircraft Electrical Lab facility for Avionics stream.

IIAE has also developed rotary wing facility to educate Helicopter design and maintenance procedure under its research and development programme. Under this program IIAE has exhibited its technical capabilities by designing live aircraft simulator with new generation cockpit display system on its AVRO HS 748 aircraft. This meets the requirement of new generation aircraft and acts as a complete training simulator. This is the finest exhibition of IIAE technical capabilities which is otherwise comparable to the best training system in the world.

All the above facilities, Infrastructure & Years of IIAE practical experience has helped in creating one of the finest aviation education facilities which meets Indian & International requirements and provides a natural learning environment for advanced aviation technology, which helps the students developing and upgrading the required aviation skill quickly to become a successful Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. No facility and training infrastructure will be complete and productive until it is guided by experienced and skilled personnel. IIAE has put together a team of highly qualified and motivated faculty members who have got more than 20 years of Aviation Experience; they constantly work to upgrade the skill and knowledge of our students, which has helped IIAE to emerge as one of the top ranking institution of AME programme in India.

Responsibility of an AME

Carries out assignments of daily aircraft maintenance and overhaul programs and issues flight release certificate.
Checks condition of aircraft and engine makes repairs, replacements and adjustments, in accordance with approved maintenance procedures.
May direct the work of a number of Aircraft Mechanics and Trades Helpers.
May be required to fly with aircraft as duty engineer.
Performs other related duties as assigned.

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