The aviation sector extends diverse job opportunities for new aspirants. Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) is one of the best options to choose from in the aviation industry. As an AME professional, it is worthwhile dealing with inspecting the aircraft, diagnosing problems, reporting the issues and finally solving them and making them airworthy. If you are enthusiastic to be one of them, you should enrol in our AME colleges, JRNIAT New Delhi or BIA Patna. We are the pioneer colleges in India and are amongst the top 10 ranked training institutes yielding the best technical manpower. We encompass the best Aircraft Maintenance Engineering colleges in India. We train according to DGCA approved Aviation courses and EASA approved courses in the following institute:
IIA Delhi which is the first institute dealing with AME since 1981, offers EASA approved courses and provides with finest AME professionals to the country.
JRNIAT is also creating employability skills for the students for the last 41 years as the college of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering in Delhi offering DGCA approved courses.
BIA Patna is the only institute situated in airport premises, promoting aviation awareness amongst the new aspirants in eastern India, functioning under DGCA approved courses of IIA Group.
Aspirants can choose from us, the glorious history-making colleges, providing 50% technical manpower to the aviation sector. If you are pursuing DGCAs we offer you to enrol in JRNIAT or BIA Patna as they are our DGCA approved colleges in Delhi and Patna respectively.
For Aircraft Maintenance Engineering admission, you can choose from the college according to DGCA and EASA courses.
DGCA approved courses includes
Category A1- Line Maintenance
Line maintenance activities are mostly carried out during normal turnaround or transit periods. AME professionals holding Cat A license carry out visual inspection along with minor services like refeulling, tyre pressure checks, hydraulic checks etc after which they are authorised to issue ‘CRS’ (Certificate of Release to Service) to an aircraft after minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectifications.
Category B1.1- Base Maintenance
Major Maintenance Licence includes all the privileges of Category A1. After undergoing a Type Rating for a particular aircraft (For eg, Airbus, Boeing series) one becomes an authorised Aircraft Maintenance Engineer to cover maintenance, troubleshooting, replacement or repair of the structure, engine, mechanical, electrical or Hydraulic components for that particular type of aircraft.
DGCA approved courses includes
Practical training is conducted In-house and at the training partner facilities based at Indamer Aviation & Air India Engineering Services Limited, IGI Airport, New Delhi.
The theoretical elements of the training are divided into 11 modules (subjects).
These are stated as following;
- Electrical systems
- Electronics systems
- Digital Techniques Electronic & Instrument System
- Materials & Hardware
- Maintenance Practices
- Human Factors
- Aviation laws and regulation
- Airplane & Turbine Engine Structure & System
- Gas Turbine Engine
It is indeed a challenging profession, as the safety of people travelling depends on how an AME professional do his or her job, so be a valiant AME professional with us at IIA Group of Institutions. It is our sincere endeavour to give all our students the best possible platform and support to help them achieve their goals and live all their dreams.