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Specialization in Avionics

  • Specialization in Avionics

About the Course

The Aeronautical Engineering course trains the students in the design and development of structural components. The course explores new areas and creates new avenues in the field of Aircraft structural components and focuses on developing talented engineers in the new technologies and business management skills. The field of activity of a qualified engineer involves development (construction, analysis and testing), priming of work, fabrication and observation of the functionality of Aircraft and Helicopter structures. The students undergo rigorous training in simulation with the software, such as, MATLAB SIMULINK, ANSYS, MSC/NASTRAN and LABVIEW. The students design and develop according to the specified standards and demonstrate project work in the field of metallic and composite structures.

Salient Features

Under the TIFAC-CORE project of the Government of India, the department has acquired specialized electronic equipment for training the students in avionics engineering. The acquisitions include the following:

  • Ultrasonic flaw detector
  • Bore scope Instrument
  • Multi functional display system
  • Global Positioning System

The exposure to electronic warfare technology together with the thrust on reliability and maintainability of aircraft systems complement the advanced features of the course.

Course Structure

The course is designed for students who have interest in Aeronautical Structure, Aerodynamics and Computation Fluid Dynamics. Aeronautical engineering prepares students for exciting and rewarding careers with the required technical expertise.

Core subjects Elective subjects
Aerodynamics Computational Fluid Dynamics
Aerodynamics Aero elasticity
Aircraft structures Helicopter Aerodynamics
Aerospace propulsion Industrial Aerodynamics
Rocketry and Space Mechanics Fatigue & Fracture Mechanics
Finite element method
Theory of vibrations

By the end of the course the students are exposed to expert knowledge in Aeronautical Engineering subjects and they apply innovative ideas to their final year projects.

Eligibility Criteria

The candidates must have passed Bachelor’s in Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or its equivalent with first class.

Summer Training

Every student is required to undergo summer training during the vacation period to get exposure to the latest technology in the field.

Project Work

For project work, Aeronautical department encourages students to concentrate on research areas and introduce innovative ideas for the development of their knowledge.

Job Opportunities

Students after completing their courses are placed in some of the top aeronautical and other industries in India such as

  • Hindustan Aeronautics Limited
  • National Aerospace laboratory
  • Taneja aerospace limited
  • Mahindra and Mahindra
  • TCS
  • Infosys
  • DRDO
  • ISRO

Duration : 2 Years