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What is Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course?
It is one of the highly rewarding technical courses with immense job opportunities for 10+2 science students  leading to issue of licence from Director General of Civil Aviation (D.G.C.A.), Govt. of India for maintaining aeroplanes as Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. The course is approved and conducted in training institutes approved by D.G.C.A., Govt. of India.

Who is Aircraft Maintenance Engineer?
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is the sole responsible for the maintenance and overhaul of aircraft, aero engine, instruments, electrical and radio equipment and their accessories. Aircraft Maintenance Engineer issues the certificate of flight release which declares the aircraft airworthy and fit for flying.

What is the importance of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer in the Aviation field?
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is the key person who is responsible for the upkeep of the aircraft and maintain it to the standard of International Civil Aviation.

Who can become an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer?
Those who have passed the Plus Two examinations with physics, chemistry and mathematics are eligible for admission to AME training courses. To become an AME the candidate is required to pass the AME license examination conducted by DGCA, Govt. of India,New Delhi.

What is the duration of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course and pattern?
The total training period of the course is three years covered in six semesters.


Is there any un-employment in A.M.E. compared with other professional courses?
As on today Aircraft Maintenance Engineer licence holders are in acute shortage. Very few A.M.E. licence holders are unemployed, whereas in the other technical fields there is a lot of unemployment.
Can a person holding degree in Aeronautical Engineering work as Aircraft Maintenance Engineer?
If a person possessing degree in any branch of Aeronautical Engineering desires to become an AME he / she should have AME licence issued by DGCA ( Govt. of India ) for which he / she has to acquire practical work experience as stipulated in Civil Aviation Requirements and pass the AME licence papers conducted by D.G.C.A. thereafter.

What is the salary and perks of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers?
Licenced Aircraft Maintenance Engineers’ salary is very lucrative and very attractive perks. A.M.E.s are some of the highly paid professionals.

Is there any equivalency to this course and who issues the licence?
Till date there is no equivalency to this course. Only those persons can become Aircraft Maintenance Engineers who have undergone the training in aviation and passed the A.M.E. licence examination papers conducted by D.G.C.A. (Govt. of India) who is the sole authority for issuing licence to Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Pilots in civil aviation in India.

Is there any age barrier to pass the licence papers, to get employment and to get retirment?
Absolutely no age barrier to pass the paper and to obtain the licence. There is no age limit for the purpose of employment, in most of the companies there is no age bar for the retirement. A.M.E.s are in acute shortage hence licenced engineers remain employed as long as they are medically fit, except in the Govt. Organizations where retirement at a particular age is mandatory but after retirement also he/she can work as Aircraft Maintenance Engineer in private Sector.

What is the scenario of Civil Aviation?
Civil Aviation in India has progressed rapidly in the past few years and contributed a lot in the economic development of the country. The rapid expansion of civil aviation industry is due to globalization of trade, liberalization and upward mobility in large middle class of Indian population.