Career Options in Aerospace Engineering India

Aerospace engineering focuses on designing and building machines that fly. It is one of the newest branches of engineering and came into existence in the 19th century. As technology evolved, Aerospace engineering advanced in designing fixed-wing airplanes, jets, gliders, and helicopters.
There are two types of courses such as B Tech in Aerospace Engineering and M Tech in Aerospace Engineering

What are the various kinds of Aerospace Engineering entrance exams in Graduate and Postgraduate levels?

Graduate Level (BE/B Tech)
1) The Indian Institute of Aeronautics (IIA) Entrance Exam
2) Delhi University Combined Entrance Examination (CEE)
3) Hindustan University Entrance Test (HITSEE)
4) All India Engineering/ Architecture Entrance Examination (AIEEE)
5) IISAT Admission Test (IIST, Thiruvananthapuram)
6) SLIET Entrance Test (SET)
7) SRM Engineering Entrance Examination (SRM EEE) Admissions
8) JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) conducted by the IIT’s
Postgraduate Level (ME/M Tech)
1) Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE)
2) Punjab Engineering college Ph.D. Entrance exam
3) Sathyabama University ME Entrance Exam

What is the syllabus included in Aerospace Engineering?

1) Mathematics
2) Airframe, Power Plant & Systems
3) Airworthiness & Air Regulations
4) Mechanics of Fluids
5) Quality Control & Metrology
6) A/T Control, Aerodynamics & Air Routes
7) Mechanics of Solids
8) Air Navigation
9) Thermodynamics Engineering
10) Production Planning & Control for Maintenance
11) Electronics, Navigation & Systems
12) Electrical Engineering
13) Principles of Flights
14) Maintenance of Airframe & System
15) Workshop Technology
16) Quantitative Methods
17) Industrial Management & Engineering Economics

What are the top Aerospace Engineering colleges in India?

1) Flytech Aviation Academy, Secunderabad
2) V.S.M. Institute of Aerospace Engineering and Technology, Bangalore
3) Jaya Engineering College, Thiruvallur
4) Hindusthan Institute of Technology, Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu)
5) Hindusthan College of Engineering and Technology (HICET), Coimbatore
6) Bharat Institute of Engineering and Technology (B.I.E.T.), Hyderabad
7) Mohamed Sathak Engineering College, Ramanathapuram
8) Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh
9) M.N.R. College of Engineering, Hyderabad
10) Rajasthan Institute of Technology and Engineering Science, Kota
11) Institute of Aeronautical and Marine Engineering, Bangalore (Karnataka)
12) Engineers Training Centre ( E.T.C), Thrissur
13) Guru Nanak Engineering College, Hyderabad
14) Hindustan Institute of Engineering Technology (H.I.E.T), Chennai
15) Hindustan University, Kelambakkam (Tamil Nadu)
16) Guru Gram Institute of Aeronautical Engineering and Technology, Nagpur
17) Indian Institute for Aeronautical Engineering and Information Technology, Pune (Maharashtra)
18) Jain University, Bangalore (Karnataka)
19) M.L.R. Institute of Technology, Hyderabad
20) Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal
21) Indian Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, Dehradun
22) Tagore Engineering College (T.E.C.), Chennai
23) Sai Flytech Aviation Private Limited, Bilaspur
24) School of Aeronautics, Dwaraka (Gujarat)
25) The Indian Institute of Science (IIS), Bangalore
26) Guru Gram Institute of Aeronautical Engineering and Technology, Gurgaon

What are the different recruiters in Aerospace Engineering?

1) Airlines
2) Air Force
3) Government Research
4) Corporate Research
5) Helicopter companies
6) Fixed Wing Aircrafts
7) Defence Ministry
8) Missiles
9) Airships
10) Aviation companies
11) Satellites
12) Space Shuttles
13) Space crafts
14) Astronaut
Salary of Aerospace Engineer: A fresher in Aerospace Engineering gets a low salary in his/her career. In this stage, one can earn Rs 4 to Rs 5 lakh per annum