Aircraft Maintenance Engineering




OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE

The Objective of an AME Training institute is to provide a student with necessary knowledge, experience and skill on Aircraft Maintenance Techniques in order to pass the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) Licence Examination conducted by Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

SCOPE OF APPROVAL

Southern College of Engineering & Technology is approved by DGCA to conduct Ab-initio training in the field of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering to Cover Basic Licence in Mechanical Stream (Aeroplane & Power Plant) comprising Light Aero plane (LA), Piston Engine (PE) , Heavy Aero plane (HA), Jet Engine (JE). This Approval is cease to be in force with effect from 1st August 2020.

Further this Institute is Approved by DGCA under CAR 147 (Basic) to conduct Basic Aircraft Maintenance Training Course in Category B1.1 (Aeroplane Turbine).

ABOUT THE COURSE

The Training under CAR section 2, E, Part VIII is a 03 year (06 semesters) course including On Job Training (OJT) at in house facility on Learjet 24D and Cessna 152 Aircraft.

The Basic Maintenance Training course CAR 147 (Basic) is of 02 years (04 Semesters) Southern college of Engineering & Technology, Chalakudy (MTO) has made a viable written agreement with Air India Engineering Services Limited, Thiruvananthapuram and Air Works India (Engineering) Pvt. Ltd., Hosur for imparting 30% of the total Practical Training (08 Weeks) on modern Aircraft.

EXAMINATIONS

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License Examination is conducted by Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) as per CAR 66 Module.

SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS

At the end of every Semester, Examinations will be conducted by the Institute. On successful in the Semester examination, mark sheet giving details of the marks obtained in each subject will be issued to the students. On successful completion of the training, the Institute shall award a Course Completion Certificate.

QUALIFYING MARKS

The pass mark in each subject is 75%. Candidates who are not successful in passing some subjects of a semester may be Re-examined for those subject(s) until they pass the complete semester. AME examination conducted by DGCA can be written only after passing the required semester examinations.

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

a. Indian Students
For an AME training course, the candidate should be have passed 10 +2 class in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry or a 3 year diploma or equivalent.
b. Foreign Students
A certificate issued by the MINISTRY OF EDUCATION of the country of origin in respect of the student passing the higher secondary school examination (10 +2 or equivalent). NOTE: The students should have passed 10 +2 class Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as in the case of Indian student, failing which, his case for admission would not be considered.

MEDICAL FITNESS

a. Indian Students
The student has to undergo a medical examination by a doctor, possessing at least an MBBS Degree and required to a produce a certificate to this effect. He will also have to subject himself to a medical examination for color vision by an eye specialist, in the prescribed format. The record of these medical examinations shall be submitted by the student at the time of his admission.
b. Foreign Students
Before admission the student should undergo a thorough medical checkup in any of the medical college located at Trivandrum, Thrissur, and Calicut. He should get the prescribed format from the college and also a report on ELISA TEST, signed by a competent authority of the medical college and submit the same.

METHOD OF ADMISSION

  • Admission starts in the month of April and lasts till the month of July every year.
  • Classes tentatively commences from the 4th week of July.
  • Application form may be download from our website/or may be obtained from office.

FEES STRUCTURE

COURSE FEES
  •     Application & Prospectus fee Rs. 1,000/-
  •     Registration cum Processing fee Rs. 15,000/-
  •   Training Notes Rs. 15,000/-
  • Tools kit Rs. 10,000/-
  •   Uniform Rs. 9,000/-
  • Security Deposit Rs. 15,000/-
  • Tuition fee per Semester Rs. 55,000/- per Semester*

* In Addition to the above fees structure, each student has to bear the cost of Practical Training (08 weeks) as per the Written Agreement with the Aircraft Maintenance Organizations.

REFUND POLICY

No refund of Tuition Fee is permissible after the start of a Semester.

Contact

Luiz Nagar
Chalakudy,Kerala
South India-680 307
Ph : 0480 2711047
9020167229, 9349514687
Email: scet@sancharnet.in
www.southerncollege.org