Courses
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING | AME | MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING

LEADERS IN AVIATION INDUSTRY

28 YEARS OF GLORIOUS SERVICE TO AVIATION INDUSTRY, WE PROVIDE AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING & AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING (AME) PROGRAMS SINCE 1992.

School of Aeronautics (Neemrana)

[Approved By AICTE / Director General of Civil Aviation, Affiliated to RTU & BTU]

SOA WAS AWARDED "TOP 10 AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE IN INDIA"

BY CMAI, SUPPORTED BY AICTE, NSIC, DEPARTMENT OF MNRE, MSME

(GOVERNMENT OF INDIA)

VARIOUS TECHNICAL AND NON TECHNICAL COURSES AVAILABLE AT SOA

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING | AME | INTEGRATED PROGRAM OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING + AME | MECHATRONICS | CABIN CREW

School of Aeronautics (Neemrana), provides wide variety of courses related to Aviation Industry and Emerging Branches of engineering since 1992.


To mention them they are:


B.Tech. (AERONAUTICS) [SPECIALIZATION IN PURE AERONAUTICAL / AEROSPACE & MAINTENANCE IS AVAILABLE; STUDENTS CAN CHOOSE ANY ONE OF THEM IN FIFTH SEMESTER]

Aeronautical Engineering deals with researching of new designs for aircraft, aircraft components and engines, bringing design to software, i.e. making the researched design a reality, testing the design in related software’s, manufacturing and finally calculating its performance parameters in flight. Job profiles of Aeronautical Engineering personals includes investigating the aerodynamical and structural forces acting on the machine, which has been designed by him. Aeronautical Engineers are also involved in analyzing the data of the flying machine, gathered through series of test flights done on the aircraft before delivery to the aircraft operator.


AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING (DGCA)

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is a professional program, after doing which students become eligible to certify the airworthiness of Aircraft before each flight or after any minor or major repair and maintenance. AME’s also certify the Airworthiness or they issue the flight release certificate in respect to Aircraft Component after minor or major repairs. Aircraft Maintenance Engineering candidates are the highest paid engineers in the world, in comparison to any other branch of engineering. Financial development of AME’s is too fast.


INTEGRATED COURSE OF B.Tech. (Aeronautical Engineering) + AME

Integrated course is a combined course of B.Tech. (Aeronautical Engineering) and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, in which students will appear for two different examinations for issue of Degree and License. Both the courses will be running parallel to each other, at the end of four years students will have both B.Tech. (Aeronautical Engineering) & Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, thereby making him eligible for both manufacturing as well Maintenance jobs related to aircrafts. This will also enhance the placement probabilities as we will be able to apply for every type of job available in aviation engineering industry, either related to manufacturing or maintenance.


B.Tech. (MECHATRONICS)

Mechatronics Engineering is an interdisciplinary field, combining in a synergistic manner the classical knowledge of mechanical engineering, hydraulics, pneumatics, electronics, optics, and computer science. A typical mechatronic system picks up signals from the environment, processes them to generate output signals, transforming them for example into forces, motions, and actions. The aim of Mechatronics is to improve the functionality of technical systems and the creation of new concepts of machinery and equipment with built-in "artificial intelligence".


CABIN CREW

Cabin Crew (Air Hostess / Flight Stewards) are required on board aircraft to ensure passenger safety. The effectiveness of cabin crew in fulfilling their safety-related duties can only be attained through proper and effective training. Cabin Crew (Air Hostess  / Flight Stewards) Training may never duplicate all the types of situations that may confront cabin crew in the performance of their duties on board an aircraft. Nevertheless, training can instil the basic knowledge, skills, attitudes and confidence that will allow cabin crew to handle emergencies.