Career opportunities are wide open for the students who complete DGCA approved CAR-147 course and the placement is assured those who pass DGCA Module papers.
Their chance even multiplies if they have a degree of B.E. in AME. With this B.E. degree awarded by Noorul Islam Centre for Higher Education (Deemed to be University under section 3 of the UGC Act 1956), they are eligible to aspire for higher studies in India and abroad and also to compete in Government exams.
AME requires skilled and knowledgeable candidates because they are the backbone of aviation industry and no aircraft can fly without Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s approval.
o National Carrier: Airlines are company that provide air transport for the passenger’s to travel. Before aircraft fly, Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer has to analyse and troubleshoot the problems of aircrafts. After releasing of Flight Releasing Certificate (FRC) an aircraft can fly.
o Maintenance, Repair and Overhauls (MRO) industries: MRO companies are those companies which are specializing to ensure the pre-determined conditions and their components such as jet engines, landing gears etc. To maintain the actions licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer are required.
o Aircraft Manufacturing Companies: Aircraft Manufacturing Companies deals in the manufacturing of aircrafts such as Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier etc. For the purpose of maintaining and operating jet and piston engines, electronics system etc Aircraft Maintenance Engineer are hired.
o Aircraft Part Manufacturing Companies: Aircraft are made up of numerous parts. To manufacture those parts Aircraft Part Manufacturing Companies have builds. Aircraft Maintenance Engineer can analyse those parts and help them to build better one. o Aircraft Operation Organizations: EASA, ICAO etc are the Aircraft Operation Organization. There organization deals with the rules regarding the safety and security of civil aviation. When it’s about Safety in aircrafts, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is the first name that came out.
o Aviation Training Centres: There are Aircraft Maintenance Engineer who tells other candidate about the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and its scope.
o Flying Clubs: A flying club is an organization that provides its members with affordable access to aircraft. That aircraft need to be maintenance which is done by licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.
o Civil Defence Forces: There are many aircrafts which defence use for various purposes to protect the country. Defence are also maintenance by license Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
o And any place where an aircraft is used in civil: Wherever aircrafts are used they require to be maintained by authorised Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.