Sha-shib Group is the Largest Group in South Asia for Imparting Training in AME Course CAR-147(Basic).
Tie-ups with airlines like Air India & Go Air for practical training and recruitment options.
Certified for its glorious excellence in the academics arena over the past 30 years
Directorate General of Civil Aviation has approved the institute as one of the few AME training centres.
Institute of Aeronautics & Engineering, Bhopal has been at the forefront in providing academic training on aviation technology to young India. We provide a platform for students who dream of a career in aviation and are willing to work towards it.
Over the years, we have emerged as the largest in providing quality training for AME candidates.
We have established legal tie-ups with DGCA CAR 145 approved MROs like Air India, Go Air, Airworks, TAAL, Indamer, etc. for providing practical experience for our students.
IAE, Bhopal is certified under ISO 9001:2015 for imparting training of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering considering our excellence in the field.
The apex body of civil aviation has approved our institute as reliable and responsible in providing training in AME.
A council includes mentors, trainers and experienced AMEs to keep up the quality of academics we provide and improve, is functioning in our institute.
Students are provided with quality practical training under real circumstances at our own Repair, Maintenance and Overhaul organisations.
We have our presence at six different airports/airstrips in Chhindwara, Ratlam, Hossur, Jamshedpur and Bhubaneswar for carrying out aviation activities and in Guna airport where we run flying club to give more exposure to the students.
All the training institutes of the group are equipped with world-class infrastructure with ample and necessary facilities. Aircraft engine shop, Aircraft Airframe Shop, Aircraft Instrument shop, Aircraft Radio shop, aircraft electrical shop etc. along with functional aircraft are positioned at each base.
Institute of Aeronautics & Engineering is currently offering two different courses in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering as per the DGCA guidelines.
This stream deals with the study on the maintenance of aircraft engines and structure. Students are required to attend a series of practical and theoretical examinations required by DGCA in Civil Aviation Requirement-66. Candidates who successfully clear all the exams are awarded with AIrcraft Engineering Licence in Category B1.1.APPLY
This stream deals with the study of maintenance of aircraft instrument system, aircraft radio & navigation system and aircraft electrical system. Students are required to attend a series of practical and theoretical examinations required by DGCA in Civil Aviation Requirement-66. Candidates who successfully clear all the exams are awarded with AIrcraft Engineering Licence in Category B2.APPLY
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is considered a reputed job and no doubt they earn a great salary too. When a candidate successfully completes Aircraft Maintenance Engineering from a good training institute, a whole bunch of career opportunities will
be waiting for him/her. Any airline company which provides air transport hires qualified Aircraft Maintenance Engineers to check their aircraft before take off. They release the Flight Releasing Certificate (FRC) which states that the
aircraft is flight worthy.
Apart from airline companies, Maintenance, Repair and Overhauls (MRO) industries are popular for hiring well qualified Aircraft Maintenance Engineering candidates. These industries who do the maintenance and repair works of jet engines, landing gears etc. To perform these actions, they require licenced Aircraft Maintenance Engineers. There are 114 MROs in India and as the number of aircraft in air is increasing day-by-day, they surely need more expert hands of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in coming days.
Candidates who have completed 10+2 with at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are eligible to join any Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course at any institute approved by DGCA. The upper age limit to join the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
program is 23 except if you have done a three-year diploma course in any engineering program or BSc after 12th. The licences issued by the DGCA are for a particular type of aircraft and you will be required to train for each type of aircraft
to get the licence for a wide range of aircrafts.
The aviation sector in India and abroad offer many diverse job opportunities to those who are passionate. Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) is one such job related to the aviation industry. If you have the passion and are willing to work towards it, then a bright future is awaiting you in this ever growing industry!
Few words from our successful students around the globe.
Today I am working in Indigo but before that I was and always I will be a student of IAE. My journey in aviation is inspired by the support of seniors & faculty members. In IAE we were not in our college, We were with our family, The IAE family. From all the effort and Support of my instructors I am here and growing with their Love and Blessings
Institute of Aeronautics and Engineering has very wounderful faculty and they supported and encouraged me in every situation. I had very great experience there in terms of both practical and theoretical knowledge, whatever I learned there helped me to achieve success in my career.Thanks to each and every member of my institute to guide me into the path of success in Aviation.
My Aviation Journey started from IAE, Bhopal that time is still unforgettable for me. I have learnt not only about the aircraft but also many things which had been taught by our instructors. They supported and encouraged me in every situation.Today, I am working in Indigo airlines and it's all possible just because of our college and teachers. Whatever knowledge I gained in IAE is supporting me in day to day basis and overall in my career growth. Thanks to IAE and most caring faculty.