On passing out from ACSPL, a student may consider several career options:
In case he/she appears and successfully passes the DGCA examination, he/she may join an airline, an aviation related IT organization or an MRO as an assistant, Technician, Junior Trainee/Engineer.
After successful completion of each modules students shall be eligible to appear for respective Module-wise DGCA AME Licence Examination.
Scope of AME in India
Planning to pursue a career in aviation and don’t know much about the industry? Aviation is no longer requirement of the riches but essentially has developed as a standard mode of transportation for the masses, which has seen a sudden surge due to opening up of new domestic airports and entry of new operators in the Indian market. The progression of the aviation industry is supported by the facts that Indian air traffic has risen abruptly at an average rate of 12% since 2007-08* including domestic as well as international sectors. Secondly, the number of aircraft that are ordered by the Indian operators like 200 plus Boeing 737 Max* series ordered by Spicejet and 400 plus Airbus 320 NEO series ordered by Indigo airlines has itself set a world record cumulating the demand for licensed AME’s to carry out the aircraft maintenance services. The continuous flow of new aircraft in the Indian aviation skies ensures that the demand & supply magnitude will remain balanced and ample opportunities for these AME’s will keep pouring in in the Indian aviation industry.
The Careers in AME is not just limited to domestic sectors but also extends to all the nations, which comply and are members of International Civil Aviation Organisation (A body of United Nations). In India an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer secure high salary package in comparison to other positions in the aviation sector as it a responsible & reputed position. As a fresher the salary paid to an AME is somewhere around Rs.35000/- per month**, which keeps on progressing (2 to 5 Lacs per month depending on the Category of license and the size of an aircraft) with time and experience. So choosing AME course as a career would be a great option for those aspirants who are focused and are passionate about aircraft. To be an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer in India it is compulsory to clear the module examination (conducted by the DGCA) after completing organised training in an DGCA approved CAR 147 training organisation that are and gain practical maintenance experience in an Aircraft Maintenance Organisation for enabling them to attain an Aircraft Maintenance License issued by the DGCA (in India) and or EASA (in European Union) in order to secure a technical position in the aviation industry.
In order to enroll in Top AME College in India or any other AME College, the regulatory guidelines makes it mandatory for aspiring candidate to be from science background with a minimum 50% score in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. ACSPL offers the best Aircraft Maintenance Engineering in Aligarh.
* Source: DGCA website
** Source: Air India