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Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) Course

AME COURSE

The college will be offering aircraft maintenance engineering training in 2 Categories B-1.1 (Aeroplane Turbine) and Category B2 (Avionics Category B1.1 in line with DGCA’s regulations as per CAR 147 Basic issue 1 dated 27 Dec. 2017 for which an approval under NEW CAR 147 BASIC has been sought.

Category B1.1 (Aeroplane Turbine) -License holder to issue certificates for release to service following the maintenance performed on aircraft Structure, Turbine Engine, mechanical and electrical systems, work on avionics system requiring simple exam to prove their serviceability and not requiring trouble shooting, in respect of an aircraft type endorsed on the license.

Category B2 (Avionics) - License holder to issue certificates of release to service after maintenance on avionic and electrical systems, avionics and electrical system within engine and mechanical systems requiring only simple tests to prove their serviceability of aircraft type endorsed on the license.

The institute will be offering AME courses for both the categories are of a two & half year duration consisting of FIVE SEMESTERS, each semester of SIX MONTHS.

Subjects

The subjects for study in both MECHANICAL and AVIONICS streams are laid down by the DGCA as per CAR Section 2 Series E Part 8. The Semester wise subjects are detailed below:

1st Semester Mechanical & Avionics
• Aviation Legislation (Part-I)
• Human Factor
• Basic Aerodynamics
• Maintenance Practices (Part-I)
2nd Semester Mechanical & Avionics
• Aviation Legislation (Part-II)
• Materials & Hardware (Part-I-Material)
• Electrical Fundamentals
• Maintenance Practices (Part-II)
3rd Semester Mechanical & Avionics
• Electronic Fundamentals
• Digital Techniques and Electronics Instrument System
• Materials and Hardware (Part-II-Hardware)
• Maintenance Practices (Part-III)
4th Semester Mechanical and Avionics
• Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-I)
• Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-II)
• Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-III)
• Propulsion
• Turbine and Piston Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-I)
• Piston Engine (Part-I)
• Gas turbine Engine (Part-I)
• Propeller
5th Semester Mechanical and Avionics
• Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-IV)
• Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-V)
• Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-VI)
• Turbine and Piston Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-II)
• Turbine and piston Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems (Part-III)
• Piston Engine (Part-II)
• Gas Turbine Engine (Part- II)

Practical Knowledge

The institute has created minimum ten workshops / laboratories so as to impart the highest standards of practical training and skill development.

The institute will ensure that it follows the DGCA prescribed syllabus and curriculum and prepares the candidate to appear for the exams for obtaining a license conducted by the DGCA.

Apart from the mandated course work, Institute will arrange for students to participate in training sessions covering personality development / communication skills, general knowledge and current affairs. And Institute will also impart basic computer-skills training to student as part of the curriculum. Students will also be required to undertake group-tasks and assignments, and to make presentations both as a group and individually.

Evaluation

Institute will conduct basic knowledge examination three (3) times in a year in line with the regulations of the DGCA and training policies. Tentative schedule for examination shall be in the month of April, August, and December every year. This schedule may differ depending on the year plan.

Students must secure 75% marks in each paper in order to pass, and become eligible for the next SEMESTER. Students who fail to score 75% may be permitted to write the Module again in re-examination.

AME Semester

The Modules for study in both Category B.1.1 (Aeroplane Turbine) & B.2 (Avionics) are laid down by the DGCA as per CAR 147 Basic. The Semester wise subjects are detailed below:

CATEGORY B1.1

Semester – I
Semester – II

Electrical Fundamental

Electronic Fundamental

Materials and Hardware

Maintenance Practices Part- II

Maintenance Practices Part – I

Human Factors

Basic Aerodynamics

Aviation Legislation Part – II

Aviation Legislation Part – I

Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems Part – I

Semester – III
Semester – IV

Digital Techniques Electronic Instrument Systems

Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems Part – III

Maintenance Practices Part – II

Gas Turbine Engine Part – II

Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structure and Systems Part – II

Propeller

Gas Turbine Engine Part – I

 

CATEGORY B2

Semester – I
Semester – II

Electrical Fundamental

Electronic Fundamentals

Materials and Hardware

Maintenance Practices Part – II

Maintenance Practices Part-I

Human Factors

Basic Aerodynamics

Aviation Legislation Part – II

Aviation Legislation Part – I

Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems Part– 1

Semester – III
Semester – IV

Digital Techniques Electronic Instrument Systems

Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems Part – I

Maintenance Practices Part – III

Propulsion Part –II

Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems Part – I

 

Propulsion Part- I