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The AME training course is designed to give students a comprehensive knowledge of the aircrafts, their systems and good maintenance practices to equip the students to become skilled and competent aircraft maintenance professionals. The syllabus covers knowledge of Indian Aircraft Rules & regulations, Construction & operation of Aircraft, engines, related systems and aircraft materials used in the construction of airframes, engines and accessories; knowledge of engineering practices and practical training in the use of various equipment; knowledge of good maintenance practices, human factors and human performance, necessary judgment and competence required to assess the airworthiness of aircraft and its equipment etc.

What is AME

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) is the engineering that deals with the maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of an aircraft. The safety and security of aircraft and its passenger are in hands of AME. Before every flight take off, the condition of the aircraft is being checked properly.


A.M.E License is an authority issued by DGCA, Government of India, to ensure & certify the safety/ fitness of aircraft and helicopter used for Passenger/ luggage/ medical flights. The work to be done prior to each flight. Any aircraft cannot fly without this fitness clearance from an AME.

What is scope of AME in India

The scope of AME in India is bright as aviation sector is growing very rapidly in India. By the passing day’s increase in number of air passengers can be seen that is the reason many airlines ordered new aircrafts and foreign airlines like to invest in Indian aviation sectors. The student who desire to build their career as AME it is a right time.

Who is DGCA?

DGCA stands for Director-General of Civil Aviation comes under ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India. It is having an Authority to control aviation (Flying, Licensing, Training, Airports, ATC, Safety, etc) and conducts AME examination and issues the license to candidates without which our students cannot become AME.


To be an AME, you have to undergo a specialized training course from any DGCA approved institute and then pass concern DGCA exams. During training, you need to clear four semesters to receive the Basic AME Certificate License (BAMEL).


> Pass in 10+2 (Intermediate) with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics or

> Pass in 03-Year Diploma, from any recognized board/university.

> Any higher qualification is also acceptable

Why I should, do this course?

> This is a course for 12 PCM and Diploma holder students in the fast grooming aviation industry to convert your dreams into reality.

> Best course in India within the 02-year duration

> Fastest growing industry

> Least pass out students in this industry = within 2000-3000 in a year.

> You will be working at the Airport (like a glamorous job)

> Have an opportunity to work with IAF, Indian navy, HAL, ISRO, DRDO, NASA

> Have a working environment of India / World Airlines (Air India, Spice, Go, Vistara, Indigo, Air Asia, Emirates, British Airways, China Airline, Biman Airline, Malaysia Airline, Virgin Atlantic, American Airlines) and more than 10000 supporting organizations


Yes, Bank at its discretion give the loan provided the students produce all the required documents to bank including admission letter, institutes approval letter, validity sheet, scope of approval and students below poverty line can approach to the welfare department also in their corresponding state for study loan, if available.


There are four semesters each on 06 months for theory & practical. The syllabi are primarily differentiated in Mechanical and Avionics streams.

Which Parts Of An Aircraft Would I Be Maintaining As An AME?

Depends on your Licence privileges like Mechanical (for full-body, Air-conditioning, Wheels, and Brakes, All seats, Cabin, Controls, Oxygen, etc) and in Avionic (Electrical, Instrument & radio).


> Maintenance and repair organizations,

> The MRO acronym is used to refer to the maintenance, repair, and operations used by a company to create an end product.

> MRO may include spare parts, equipment such as pumps and valves, consumables such as cleaning supplies, plant upkeep supplies such as lubricants, and activities completed to restore or maintain the functioning of needed equipment. Anything used in the manufacturing of, but not employed in, a final product may be considered MRO.


Yes, all national Banks at their discretion provide the education. Admitted student need to produce all the required documents to bank including admission letter, institutes approval letter, validity sheet, the scope of approval, pass mark sheets of 10th & 12th, PAN card, Aadhar Card, etc.

If I will fail, what should I do?

You need to appear in Re-test examination.


Yes, we provide non-mandatory hostel facilities on the basic needs.


The sector is promising and placements are never a problem after successful completion of such courses. Aviation is the fastest growing industry in India in comparison to other sectors. Sources report that Indian carriers have ordered more 400 aircraft which will be delivered over next decade, 05 aircrafts a month, and as per industry standards, 50 maintenance personnel are required per aircraft. After allowing foreign investments in Indian Aviation Industry, international players are positively looking Indian market. A lot is already happening in Indian Aviation with Tata-Singapore collaboration, and Tata-Airasia JV creating more jobs in the near future.


Although this course is only for the civil aviation industry but, BSF, Indian Navy, HAL etc are taking some recruitments with AME Trained persons.

Job Opportunities and placement?

Some significant organizations where the Aircraft Maintenance Engineers find a placement are Indian Airlines, Air India, Air India Chartered Services, Alliance Air, Pawan Hans Limited, Flying Training Institutes of all states in India, A.M.E. Training Organizations, Agro Aviation, Public Sector (SAIL/ONGC), Big business having their aviation wings, State Govt. Aviation Department, National Airport Authority, National Remote Sensing Agency, Director General of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India, Coast Guard (Central Govt.), Jet Airways, Sahara Air Lines, Deccan Aviation Pvt. Limited, U.B. Airways, Jagson Air Lines, MESCO Air Lines, Private Air Taxi Operators, H.A.L. (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited), N.A.L.(National Aeronautical Laboratory), T.A.A.L. (Taneja Aerospace & Aviation Limited), Air Deccan, Kingfisher Airlines, Spice Air, etc.

Is there any un-employment in A.M.E. compared with other professional courses?

As on today Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, license holders are in acute shortage. Negligible number of A.M.E. license holders are unemployed, whereas in the other technical fields there is a lot of unemployment.

What is the salary and perks of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers?

Licensed 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 for this course? Who issues the license?

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

Is there any age barrier to pass the license papers, to get employment & to get retirement?

There is absolutely no age barrier to pass the paper and to obtain the license. There is no age limit for employment as well. In most of the companies there is no age bar for retirement. A.M.Es are in grave demand; hence licensed engineers are permitted to remain employed if they are medically fit, except in the Govt. Organizations where retirement at a particular age is mandatory. But after retirement, he/she can work as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer in the Private Sector.