Bachelor of Engineering (Petrochemical Technology)
It is basically a four year Aeronautical Engineering course in which the aircraft maintenance engineers (AME) are responsible for safety, security and maintenance of aircrafts. To get admission in top most government regulated Aircraft Maintenance engineering institutions in India, aspirants have to qualify the AME CET entrance exam that is a national level exam for admission in AM engineering. It is basically a training program that deals with the fundamentals of propulsion, electronics, theory of aerodynamics, fluid mechanics etc. Once a student completes the two years basic training and two years training in flying aircrafts, the candidate will be issued a license by Directorate General of Civil aviation (DGCA), Govt. of India.