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Which course has a better future between Aeronautical Engineering and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering?

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I am a class 9 student. Want to do something in aviation field. My friends suggested me to choose anyone course from these in future. Could you please suggest me which one is best among this two and what are the available courses in this branches? #aviation #aerospace-engineering #aeronautics #aircraft #aircraft-engineer

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Zohra’s Answer

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An engineering aspirant with a strong interest in Aerospace branch can undertake the following courses available in the top colleges of India.


Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Aircraft Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Aeronautical Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Aeronautical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Aerospace Engineering
Master of Science in Aircraft Engineering
Master of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering
Master of Technology in Aerospace Engineering
Master of Engineering in Aeronautical Engineering
Master of Technology in Aeronautical Engineering
Doctor of Philosophy in Aeronautical Engineering
Post Graduate Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering
For admission in a bachelor’s degree, the candidate must have passed 12th Class in Science stream with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. For admission in IITs, it is mandatory to crack IIT JEE test.


For admission in master’s degree, the candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree in B.E. /B. Tech.

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Andrei’s Answer

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Aeronautical engineering is more what I would consider an engineer, working with paper, calculators and slide rules in an office environment. Aircraft maintenance engineer is more of a mechanic, working in a hangar with grease and wrenches. If you are mechanically inclined and good with your hands, than maintenance would be more your fit. Aeronautical engineering is probably more profitable financially in the long run and more of a white collar job. If you are good with math and fancy building and designing airplanes, than go for engineering. I might suggest mechanical engineering, a much wider field which can be applied to just about anything. Anything and everything out there has had some mechanical engineering applied. Good luck

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