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Aeronautics as career?


I am in std. 12th, Maharashtra board. i want to take up aeronautics as a career, so i need to know about the exams to be given, an about the colleges offering this course, along with the fee structure. so please help me in this regard.




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8th March 2010, 01:36 AM
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aeronautics as an maintenance engineer
can be done frim many private colleges in
bangalore and pune they have large fee structure
IITs,IISRO, and IISERs also offers this course




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There are a wide variety of careers in aviation, aerodynamics and related positions. We've listed a number for you to look at in the following pages. Some careers that we consider in aerodynamics might surprise you! Take a look at what we have. Your choices of categories include aviation and airplanes..................




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hello Nupur,
you can shape your carrer in aeronautics. there are some entrance exams-----
IIT-JEE (after 12std)
GATE (after btech)
through these u can get admission in IIT-KANPUR, IISC-BANGLORE and have your future in aeronautics
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Its a good choice.... congrats first of all... U have good future in this field.
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hi....
yes...you can always opt for that...
you can crack......IITJEE exams....which provide...aeronatical Engg.
course....
And.....aeronatical.....also can be joined by.......enduring..aeronatics & robotics...branch
so...
best of luck...
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dear friend............there are very wide career in this field.........Aeronautical / Aerospace Engineering is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with a wide scope for growth. This field deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space exploration and defence systems................... It specialises in the designing, construction, development, testing, operation and maintenance of both commercial and military aircraft, spacecrafts and their components as well as satellites and missiles......
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Yes Aeronautical Engineering is really an awesome career to opt for. There are many exams for aeronautical engineering but the famous exams are

IIT JEE
AIEEE
ISAT

IIT JEE is considered to be the toughest exam in India but if you clear that exam then you can make the world go round that too with aeronautical engineering you can fulfill your wish of become an engineer

Another is AIEEE which is considered 2nd most prestigious exam in India. Its also good
ISAT has less no of seats and i have heard that they offer their graduates direct entry into ISRO

fee structure for IITs and NITs is no high at all. Its around 25000 which is of-course cheap as compared to others

So cheers work hard for these entrance exams and be the one

Remember to be the best you have to train to beat the best!

Cheers
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which colleges/universities offering aerospace engg and
which are best for this b-tech course. . .
is indian institute of aerospace engg, pune is recognised college ? ? ? ?
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There are various ways:
1. You can apply directly after 12th, for training.
2. You can pass out as aeronautics engg. ,and give its entrances.
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30th May 2010, 11:36 PM
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dear friend, you can easily build your career in aeronautics field as an engineer after +2.
so you have to appear for entrance exams for admission in prestigious college like IIT,NIT, & some other private colleges.
so you have to appear in different exams like IIT-JEE,AIEEE,ISAT etc.
many colleges offers some seats according to the result of AIEEE .
so kindly appear in it.
& the fee structure is vary according to the college, fee of government college is less than private college.
good luck.
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sir i am doing B.E aeronautical engineering in tamilnadu.please tell me about the job oppurtunities and also about higher studies.
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hello friend
Aeronautics as career as is considered one of the best option for the future..
so definitely you can go for it....

it has a very good salary package too...
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hello friend
Aeronautics as career as is considered one of the best option for the future..
so definitely you can go for it....

it has a very good salary package too...
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hi,
aeronautics as career is one of the best options it has very good future ahead and good salary as well.the exams are
IIT
AIEEE
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very good choose but career is less in India, do according


Best of luck
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how to get admission in aeronautics?
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dear

this is really a passionating career for some people because this stream deals

with the machines of aeroplanes ,their designing ,maintainance and their

engines are the main focus parts so if find yourself to fit for this go ahead

good day..........
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what is the cut off gate score in mech admission in mechanical engineering in iitm in 2011 ? is there any provision for direct admission in mechanical engineering in iitm?
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can i do after 10th std career in aeronitical enggineering
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Aerospace engineer can design develop and test aircraft, space craft and missile and supervise their manufacture.

Aerospace engineer who work with aircrafts are called aeronautic engineers and those working specifically with spacecraft are called aerospace engineers.

To qualify as an aeronautical engineer you need a BE/BTech degree in aeronautical engineering.



That is possible only after completing 12th with compulsory subjects like PHYSICS and MATHS.

You need to clear the Entrance Examinations like

IIT JEE
AIEEE
KCET
KIITEE
VITEE
BITSAT

Employment

Indian airforce

Commercial airlines

Hindustan aeronautics limited

Airport authory of india

NAL

NASA

AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURER

Job prospects include openings in R&D in the m/o civil aviation
or
in defense research laboratories i.e. defense service’s DROD for missile development
or
space research labs like Indian space research organization and csir laboratories
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Hi Dear

After complete 12th science then candidate eligible for Engineering study

for this they give some entrance exam like

IIT JEE

AIEEE

Some other states exam............

here i will give some Aeronautical colleges are:-






So after that you have get chance in

INDIAN AIRLINES

JET AIRWAYS

KING FISHER

GET WAYS

AMERICA AIRLINES

etc..............

Good Luck.................
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Noopur Math View Post
I am in std. 12th, Maharashtra board. i want to take up aeronautics as a career, so i need to know about the exams to be given, an about the colleges offering this course, along with the fee structure. so please help me in this regard.
HI!
TOP AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE:-
Indian Institute of Technology, Powai, Mumbai
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai
Madras Institute of Technology, Chennai
Hindustan Inst of Engineering Technology,
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Indian Institute of Aeronautical Engineering

After passing Aeronautical engineering you have many option like:-
> I.S.R.O
> D.R.D.O
> AIR INDIA
> INDIAN AIR FORCE

GOOD LUCK!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Noopur Math View Post
I am in std. 12th, Maharashtra board. i want to take up aeronautics as a career, so i need to know about the exams to be given, an about the colleges offering this course, along with the fee structure. so please help me in this regard.
dear friend............there are very wide career in this field.........Aeronautical / Aerospace Engineering is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with a wide scope for growth. This field deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space exploration and defence systems................... It specialises in the designing, construction, development, testing, operation and maintenance of both commercial and military aircraft, spacecrafts and their components as well as satellites and missiles......


all the best
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hello friend..!!
(a)there are very wide career in this field and very bright future in the aeronautical engineering.

(b)Aeronautical / Aerospace Engineering is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with a wide scope for growth.

(c)This field deals with the development of new technology in the field of space exploration and defence systems.

(d)It specialises in the designing, construction, development, testing, operation and maintenance of both commercial and military aircraft, spacecrafts and their components as well as satellites and missiles......

Dear friend,
minimum requirement for joining any diploma course is 10th. So yes you can do diploma in aeronotics. Here is the list of some colleges:
1. Navai Institute of technology.
2. Walchand college.
3. Hindustan Academy polytechnic.
4. Indian institute of aeronotics, Dehradun.
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Aug 13, 2009 Scope and Prospects


Aeronautical engineering is one of the most popular career option for those students who want to make their career into airplanes, space shuttles, jumbo jets and other similar exciting stuff. Aeronautical engineering deals with all the technical details and mechanisms behind all flying bodies. Nowadays, Aeronautical engineers are needed in all sorts of areas such as Aircraft manufacturing units, space stations and many more important places.

Aeronautical engineering degree helps you equip knowledge on the complex design and development of these high flying machines.
It deals with the aerodynamic and mechanical aspects of these machines and systems.

This field also deals with navigation systems, radars and other communication networks.

What would you do as an Aeronautical Engineer?

Aeronautical engineers work in aircraft manufacturing units, space stations etc.., and their work majorly involves-
design and development of aircraft parts,testing new aerodynamic and aviation systems, quality management and improvement
maintenance. Aeronautical engineers utilize their technical know-how in designing high end vehicles for automobile industry, locomotives (super fast trains / sky buses) and swift water transportations (speed boats, hover-crafts etc.,).

Aeronautical engineers are also involved in huge super mega structures (sky-scrapers) that have to withstand changing air pressure at high altitudes.
Career prospects

With every day new air routes being connected the airline industry needs qualified technical engineers to develop and maintain their growing fleet of aircrafts.

With the country on the top radar of satellite technology, aviation engineers are in demand to meet this state of the art technological field with increase usage of navigation systems etc.,

Opportunities are open for students in top international aviation companies – government and private airlines, and organizations involved in military and space programs like IAF, ISRO and NASA etc.,

Aeronautical engineering students can find jobs in –
Aviation industry (private and public airlines)
Satellite and Space research organizations (ISRO, NASA etc.,)
Defence (Military – Air Force)
Automobile and fast-moving locomotive industries


Skillset required

This field of engineering is technically demanding and challenging.

Along with strong mathematical base, student should also have a creative and analytical mind.

Students are also required to be physically fit, esp. who opt to work for defence.

All the basic skills required for a successful engineer is discussed in the main article (see here).
Topics covered in your curriculum?

Aeronautical engineering curriculum covers the following major topics:-

Mathematics
Fluids and solids
Thermodynamics
Avionics
Aerodynamics
Control systems

Eligibility, Entrance Exams and Institutes

The minimum requirement to become an aeronautical engineer is a bachelor’s degree or a diploma in aeronautical engineering.

Optionally, students can take up any of the following engineering field and choose aeronautics as their specialization for their masters / higher studies.
Mechanical engineering (highly recommended)
Electronics engineering
Electrical engineering

Alternatively students can also opt for AMAESI / AeSI (The Associate Membership examination of the Aeronautical Society of India). This four year course, recognized by the Government of India, is equivalent to Bachelor’s Engineering Degree (B.E.). For more information go to www.aesi.com
Advise

Since this field emphasizes a lot on creativity, a sound academic background coupled with a passion to learn and pursue this highly technical field of engineering, will result in you achieving great success in your career.

So aeronautical engineering will certainly be a promising career option as btech branch if you have that flair for Flying, Flights and Flying machines.
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Aug 13, 2009 Scope and Prospects


Aeronautical engineering is one of the most popular career option for those students who want to make their career into airplanes, space shuttles, jumbo jets and other similar exciting stuff. Aeronautical engineering deals with all the technical details and mechanisms behind all flying bodies. Nowadays, Aeronautical engineers are needed in all sorts of areas such as Aircraft manufacturing units, space stations and many more important places.

Aeronautical engineering degree helps you equip knowledge on the complex design and development of these high flying machines.
It deals with the aerodynamic and mechanical aspects of these machines and systems.

This field also deals with navigation systems, radars and other communication networks.

What would you do as an Aeronautical Engineer?

Aeronautical engineers work in aircraft manufacturing units, space stations etc.., and their work majorly involves-
design and development of aircraft parts,testing new aerodynamic and aviation systems, quality management and improvement
maintenance. Aeronautical engineers utilize their technical know-how in designing high end vehicles for automobile industry, locomotives (super fast trains / sky buses) and swift water transportations (speed boats, hover-crafts etc.,).

Aeronautical engineers are also involved in huge super mega structures (sky-scrapers) that have to withstand changing air pressure at high altitudes.
Career prospects

With every day new air routes being connected the airline industry needs qualified technical engineers to develop and maintain their growing fleet of aircrafts.

With the country on the top radar of satellite technology, aviation engineers are in demand to meet this state of the art technological field with increase usage of navigation systems etc.,

Opportunities are open for students in top international aviation companies – government and private airlines, and organizations involved in military and space programs like IAF, ISRO and NASA etc.,

Aeronautical engineering students can find jobs in –
Aviation industry (private and public airlines)
Satellite and Space research organizations (ISRO, NASA etc.,)
Defence (Military – Air Force)
Automobile and fast-moving locomotive industries


Skillset required

This field of engineering is technically demanding and challenging.

Along with strong mathematical base, student should also have a creative and analytical mind.

Students are also required to be physically fit, esp. who opt to work for defence.

All the basic skills required for a successful engineer is discussed in the main article (see here).
Topics covered in your curriculum?

Aeronautical engineering curriculum covers the following major topics:-

Mathematics
Fluids and solids
Thermodynamics
Avionics
Aerodynamics
Control systems

Eligibility, Entrance Exams and Institutes

The minimum requirement to become an aeronautical engineer is a bachelor’s degree or a diploma in aeronautical engineering.

Optionally, students can take up any of the following engineering field and choose aeronautics as their specialization for their masters / higher studies.
Mechanical engineering (highly recommended)
Electronics engineering
Electrical engineering

Alternatively students can also opt for AMAESI / AeSI (The Associate Membership examination of the Aeronautical Society of India). This four year course, recognized by the Government of India, is equivalent to Bachelor’s Engineering Degree (B.E.). For more information go to www.aesi.com
Advise

Since this field emphasizes a lot on creativity, a sound academic background coupled with a passion to learn and pursue this highly technical field of engineering, will result in you achieving great success in your career.

So aeronautical engineering will certainly be a promising career option as btech branch if you have that flair for Flying, Flights and Flying machines.
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31st August 2012, 05:31 PM
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Hi dear,
Yes Aeronautical Engineering is really an awesome career to opt for. There are many exams for aeronautical engineering but the famous exams are

IIT JEE
AIEEE
ISAT

IIT JEE is considered to be the toughest exam in India but if you clear that exam then you can make the world go round that too with aeronautical engineering you can fulfill your wish of become an engineer

Another is AIEEE which is considered 2nd most prestigious exam in India. Its also good
ISAT has less no of seats and i have heard that they offer their graduates direct entry into ISRO

fee structure for IITs and NITs is no high at all. Its around 25000 which is of-course cheap as compared to others

So cheers work hard for these entrance exams and be the one

Remember to be the best you have to train to beat the best!

Thanks
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31st August 2012, 05:40 PM
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Hi dear,
Yes Aeronautical Engineering is really an awesome career to opt for. There are many exams for aeronautical engineering but the famous exams are

IIT JEE
AIEEE
ISAT

IIT JEE is considered to be the toughest exam in India but if you clear that exam then you can make the world go round that too with aeronautical engineering you can fulfill your wish of become an engineer

Another is AIEEE which is considered 2nd most prestigious exam in India. Its also good
ISAT has less no of seats and i have heard that they offer their graduates direct entry into ISRO

fee structure for IITs and NITs is no high at all. Its around 25000 which is of-course cheap as compared to others

So cheers work hard for these entrance exams and be the one

Remember to be the best you have to train to beat the best!

Thanks
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31st August 2012, 09:20 PM
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Aeronautical Engineering : Eligibility & Course Areas
To be an aeronautical engineer one should have a graduate degree (B.E/B.Tech.) or at least a diploma in Aeronautics. The degree and postgraduate degree courses are offered by the engineering colleges and Institutes of Technology (IITs), and the diploma courses are available at polytechnics. The basic eligibility criteria for a BE / B.Tech is 10+2 or equivalent examination, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and must have a fairly high percentage of marks in the aggregate. One must also pass the qualifying exam JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) conducted by the IIT's.
Selection : Selection to the [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]graduate [COLOR=blue !important]courses[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] ( BE / B.Tech ) is based on merit i.e the marks secured in the final exams of 10+2 and through entrance exams. Entrance to the IIT's is through 'JEE' (Joint Entrance Exam) and for other institutions through their own separate entrance exams and other state level and national level exams. Most of the institutes conducting engineering courses in Aeronautics consider JEE score as the qualifying grade.





There is also the Associate Membership Examination of the Institute of Engineers (AMIE), which enables working people in the private and public sector, or diploma holders to acquire a Bachelor's engineering degree through [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]distance [COLOR=blue !important]education[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] by studying the syllabus and appearing for the Associate membership examination of the Institute of Engineers (AMIE) conducted by ASI ('The Aeronautical Society of India'). This degree is equivalent to aeronautical engineering degree. Those with a degree in electronics, mathematics or physics can also find opportunities in this area.
Some Institutes offer postgraduate (M Tech) and Doctoral (Ph D) programmes in Aeronautics. The Madras Institute of Technology offers a three year Graduate Programme in Aeronautical Engineering for B Sc students, subject to their having passed Maths and Physics at the graduation stage. The Indian Institute of Science (IIS), Bangalore has M Tech and Ph D programmes in aeronautics.
Duration : The duration is four years, ending with a degree recognised by the ministry of education, government of India. The diploma courses are of 2-3 years duration.
Personal Skills : Aeronautical engineers should have an eye for detail and be good at problem-solving. They need mathematical precision and design skills, computer skills, and the ability to communicate well. They also need good planning ability and a knack for working under pressure. An aeronautical engineer needs to be physically fit an may need to often work at great speed especially in checking and maintenance of aircrafts during turnarounds. They must have a normal colour vision.
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13th January 2013, 07:44 PM
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hi,,,

Aeronautics as career

1.BITSAT

2.NASA

3.Indian airforce

4.Commercial airlines

5.Airport authory of india

6.AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURER

7.nal



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