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Aircraft Maintenance Engineering + B.Tech (EC or CS)

Course Overview

The Dual Program in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering + B.Tech Electronics and Communications Engineering or Computer Science Engineering offers a unique fusion of aviation expertise and cutting-edge technology. This program equips students with comprehensive knowledge of aircraft maintenance, covering aircraft systems, safety, and regulatory compliance, while simultaneously providing them with specialized skills in either Electronics and Communications Engineering or Computer Science Engineering. Graduates emerge with dual proficiency, making them valuable assets to the aviation industry and technology sectors. This program opens doors to diverse career opportunities, where graduates can bridge the gap between aviation and technology, addressing the evolving needs of both fields with innovation and expertise.


To be eligible for our exclusive dual program Aircraft Maintenance Engineering with B.Tech Electronics & Communications Engineering or Computer Science Engineering at Sha-Shib Group, candidates must have completed their 10+2 education with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as core subjects or a 3-year diploma in Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics or Aeronautical from a recognized board or university with a minimum specified percentage of 50%.

Course Syllabus AME

The Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) program offers a comprehensive curriculum that prepares students for careers in the aviation industry. The syllabus covers a wide range of subjects, combining theoretical knowledge with practical hands-on training.

  • done Aircraft Systems: Students learn about the various systems of an aircraft, including airframe, powerplant, avionics, and electrical systems. They gain an in-depth understanding of how these systems operate, their components, and maintenance procedures.
  • done Aircraft Regulations: The program covers aviation regulations and safety standards set by DGCA, Government of India. Students learn how to ensure aircraft compliance with these regulations.
  • done Maintenance Practices: This section focuses on aircraft maintenance procedures, including inspection, repair, and troubleshooting. Students acquire skills in maintenance documentation and record-keeping.
  • done Aviation Safety: Safety is a paramount concern in aviation. The syllabus includes courses on safety management systems, accident investigation, and risk assessment.
  • done Aircraft Structures: Students study aircraft materials, structures, and design principles. They learn how to inspect and repair aircraft structures to maintain airworthiness.
  • done Aircraft Engines: The program covers aircraft engines, their operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Students gain knowledge of different engine types, including piston and jet engines.
  • done Practical Training: Hands-on training in aircraft maintenance is a vital component of the program. Students work on actual aircraft, engines, and avionics systems under the guidance of experienced instructors.

The AME syllabus combines technical expertise with a strong emphasis on safety and compliance, producing graduates who are well-prepared for careers in aircraft maintenance and aviation safety management.

B.Tech Electronics & Communications Engineering

The B.Tech in Electronics & Communications Engineering program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of electronic systems, communication technologies, and their applications. The syllabus is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to design, develop, and maintain cutting-edge electronics and communication systems.

  • done Mathematics and Basic Sciences: The program starts with a strong foundation in mathematics, physics, and chemistry to build analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • done Core Electronics: Students delve into core electronics subjects, including circuit theory, electronic devices, and analogue/digital electronics, to understand the fundamental principles of electronic systems.
  • done Communication Engineering: Courses on communication systems, digital signal processing, and wireless communication cover the design and operation of communication networks and technologies.
  • done Microprocessors and Microcontrollers: Students learn about microprocessor architecture, embedded systems, and programming microcontrollers.
  • done Electronics Design: The program includes courses on electronic circuit design, VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration), and PCB (Printed Circuit Board) design.
  • done Digital Electronics: Students explore digital logic design, digital system design, and FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) programming.
  • done Elective Specializations: Depending on the institution and program, students may have the opportunity to choose elective courses in areas such as robotics, optical communication, satellite communication, or semiconductor devices.
  • done Laboratory Work: Practical sessions and laboratory work are an integral part of the program, allowing students to apply theoretical knowledge to real-world projects.
  • done Projects and Internships: Many programs include project work and internships, providing students with hands-on experience and exposure to industry practices.

B.Tech Computer Science Engineering

The B.Tech in Computer Science Engineering program is designed to equip students with a strong foundation in computer science principles, programming, and practical skills. The syllabus covers a wide range of topics, including:

  • done Programming Fundamentals: Students begin with programming languages like C, C++, and Python, developing problem-solving skills and coding proficiency.
  • done Data Structures and Algorithms: This course focuses on efficient data organization and algorithms for problem-solving, critical in software development.
  • done Operating Systems: Students learn about the design and management of operating systems, including process management, memory allocation, and file systems.
  • done Database Management: This course covers database design, SQL, and database management systems, enabling students to work with and manipulate data effectively.
  • done Computer Networks: Students study the fundamentals of network architecture, protocols, and security, preparing them for roles in network administration and cybersecurity.
  • done Software Engineering: This course delves into software development methodologies, project management, and software testing, ensuring students can work effectively in software development teams.
  • done Web Development: Students explore web technologies, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and backend frameworks, gaining expertise in web application development.
  • done Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Many programs offer courses in AI and ML, covering topics like neural networks, data mining, and natural language processing.
  • done Electives and Specializations: Depending on the institution, students can choose electives in areas such as cybersecurity, cloud computing, game development, or mobile app development.
  • done Practical Labs and Projects: Hands-on experience is a key component of the program, allowing students to apply their knowledge to real-world projects.

Future Prospectus

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering graduates with a B.Tech in Electronics and Communications Engineering or Computer Science Engineering are poised for a dynamic future. Their unique blend of aviation expertise and cutting-edge technology skills positions them as valuable assets in the aerospace and technology sectors. They can contribute to aircraft systems innovation, avionics development, and aviation software solutions, ensuring safety and efficiency in the skies. Additionally, they are well-equipped for roles in cybersecurity, data analysis, and artificial intelligence, expanding their career opportunities beyond aviation. These graduates are set to thrive in a diverse range of industries, shaping the future of both aviation and technology with their versatile skill set.

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