University of Mumbai's

Garware Institute of Career Education and Development

NAAC Re-accredited with 'A' Grade

Bachelors (Degree Courses)

Bachelor In Aeronautics (BA)

+ Course Duration:

THREE YEARS FULL TIME (6 SEMESTERS)

+ No Of Seats :

60

+ Fees :

Please contact institute for fees details

+ Eligibility :

HSC (12th) of Government state board or equipment with minimum 45% marks aggregate with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & English (PCME). (40% for reserved category students)
OR
Diploma (10+3) recognized by AICTE or equipment by any other Government body in any of the following branches of engineering.
 Mechanical
 Electronics
 Electrical
 Aeronautics

+ Admission Procedure :

GICED Admission portal. For more details, please contact:-
Training Manager,
Pawan Hans Helicopter Training Institute (PHTI)
Juhu Aerodrome, S V Road, Vile Parle (West), Mumbai - 400 056.
Phone No: 022-26261753, 022-26261754 & 022-26162665
Email- phti@pawanhans.co.in
Website- www.pawanhans.co.in

+ Preamble :

Bachelor of Aeronautics is a dual qualification degree program along with Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. This is the foundation course for aspiring candidates to enter the world of aviation engineering. Course provides a strong technical background to students to become Aircraft Maintenance Engineers with lot of practical experience on Helicopters.

+ Objective :

Aviation is a highly challenging field. The well acclaimed dual qualification program is the most rewarding technical course which provides knowledge and skill to become a skilled Aircraft maintenance professional for both Aeroplanes and Helicopters with national and International airlines.

+ Job Opportunities :

Becoming an aircraft maintenance professional is definitely fascinating and exciting. With growing air traffic and ample opportunities, the requirement of skilled aviation professionals is increasing. A promising filed where there are ample job opportunities for qualified engineers which are also in demand. Students have job opportunities in Airlines, Aircraft Maintenance organisations and allied aviation activities.

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