AME is currently one of the most lucrative career options among the youngsters. This is mainly because Aircraft Maintenance Engineers do fall under the category of the most elite groups of people of the aviation industry, who do boast of a very bulk salary package and sheer prestige.So, anyone who is having enough of courage, dedication and good sense of practical diligence as well as professionalism can build a perfect career in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.
Application forms can be obtained from Admission Office, ORDownload from here ORyou can Apply Online The Admission Procedure for AME in India is very simple. Application for admission to the course should be made in prescribed form, Any student who is desirous of seeking admission for CAR-147 (Basic) AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineering) programme has to apply ONLINE / OFF-LINE to get himself registered to be eligible for admission by submitting the complete application form. Application Forms Properly & Correctly filled in block letters should be send along with prescribed Registration fee.Candidate seeking admission to the course should attach the following documents with the Application form.
"FIRST COME FIRST SERVE" is the principle adopted by the authority of the Institute while providing admission candidates has to undergo oral aptitude test,interview selection of the candidate will on the basis of merit of their performance in the interview.. In case a candidate deserves admission but due to the unavailability of seats he is not admitted, in such case the student can reserve their seat for the next session by depositing prescribed fees in advance to secure their seats.
In case a student does not receive any information regarding his or her admission within 15 days after the submission of complete application form, he or she should immediately contact with the Institute authority either personally or through correspondence.
The candidate with outstanding qualification will always be preferred for admission.
These Civil Aviation Requirement is issued in Accordance with Rule 61 and 133 B of the Aircraft Rule 1937 derived from the Aircraft act 1934(XXII to 1934) passed by Indian parliament, Govt. of India under the aircraft rule. DGCA is a regulatory body to deal with all matters pertaining to Civil Aviation in the country.