Career development is a life long process and it is unique for every individual. In today’s world, an array of paths is offered, and all these paths seem to be leading to a golden goal. In selecting a career, the most important thing is that, it should be a right choice and should be able to satisfy him/her for a lifetime. There are many careers for students to opt but to decide what will suits one is really hard job and after completion of high school this is the most asking question among students. Sharing knowledge is not about giving people something, or getting something from them. In this article I will be throwing some light on different careers and what benefits and scope It has
:- An aeronautical, or aerospace, engineer applies scientific and technological principles to research, design, develop, maintain and test the performance of civil and military aircraft, missiles, weapons systems, satellites and space vehicles. They also work on the different components that make up these aircraft and systems.
An aero nautical engineer, work activities include:- Applying the principles of science and technology to create aircraft, components and support equipment. Researching and developing design specifications. Undertaking systematic manufacturing, assembling and modification of the components. Supervising the assembling of airframes and installation of engines, instruments and other equipment; Participating in flight test programmers to measure take-off distances, rate of climb, stall speeds, maneuverability and landing capacities. resolving issues that arise during the design, development and testing processes; maintaining aircraft for full operation including making regular inspections, maintenance and servicing; measuring and improving the performance of aircraft, components and systems; modifying designs to improve safety features or minimize fuel consumption and pollution; developing repair procedures as well as working out and managing schedules for repair and maintenance; investigating aircraft accidents; collating information, interpreting data and publishing the results of specific projects in technical report form; using computer-aided design (CAD) software to create designs and plans; storing paperwork for approved data (drawings, technical instructions, assessments and calculations); working with teams, suppliers, clients and managers to agree budgets, timescales and specifications; project managing, including scheduling resources and staff and managing budgets; communicating technical and regulatory advice to clients, teams, suppliers and other professionals within the aerospace industry and presenting data to groups and individuals.
Qualification: 10 + Plus two Science + BE/B-Tech In aeronautics.
INSTITUTIONS OFFERING AERO SPACE EDUCATION IN INDIA
1) Indian Institute of Technology (IIT): Poway, Mumbai. Ph: +91- 22 – 25722545 http://www.iitb.ac.in
2) Indian Institute of Science (IISc): Bangaluru, Karnataka. Ph: +91-080-3092210: http://www.aero.iisc.ernet.in/
3) Indian Institute of Technology (IIT): Kharagpur, Kolkata.
4) Indian Institute of Technology (IIT):
I.I.T Post Office, Chennai. Ph: + 91-044-22570509
5) Indian Institute of Technology (IIT): Kanpur, U.P. Ph: +91- 512-2597620
6) Hindustan College of Engineering (H.C.E): Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Ph: +91- 44-27474262
7) Academy of Aerospace & Aviation:
Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Ph: +91-731-4004458
8) Indian Institute of Aeronautical Engineering:
Dehradun, Uttarakhand. +91-135-3293326
9) Madras Institute of Technology : Chromepet, Chennai
10) Nehru College of Aeronautics and Applied Science:
Coimbatore, Tamil nadu. Ph: +91 0422- 2252671
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