Aviation

School for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers launched in India

DELHI: InterGlobe Education Services(IGES) has launched the School for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (SAME). The school will offer a three-year Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Course in Mechanical and Avionics that has been approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), India. IGES is a company from InterGlobe Enterprises Group.

Students who have passed their Class XII examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognized board or university or its equivalent with a minimum aggregate of 50% are eligible to apply for SAME’s program. The three-year course is divided into six semesters with the final and sixth semester devoted to on-the-job training. The applications for the inaugural batch are now open.

SAME aims to train aspiring aircraft maintenance engineers through a combination of rigorous class-room training, practical knowledge and on-the-job-training. The end goal for students will be to get a DGCA license for maintaining civil aircraft registered in India.

The SAME placement cell will also assist students to find training and employment with Indian and foreign airlines as well.

Musafir Namah Bureau

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