Aeronautical Engineer - Career Queries

Aeronautical engineers are engaged in the manufacture and maintenance of aircrafts. Their work pertains in the aircraft industry where they have to make use of their technical knowledge for the purpose of reduction of costs, ensuring of flight safety and providing technical support.  Aeronautical engineers are employed in aerospace companies, airline operators, consultancies, armed forces and so on. Aeronautical engineering has a wide scope abroad and the engineers are provided with handsome salaries. An aeronautical engineer must possess strong mathematical and problem solving abilities along with excellent communication skills and must have technical expertise in the field of aerospace and aircrafts. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Aeronautical Engineer answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Aeronautical Engineer

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EngineersAnalytical: Analytical engineers use their knowledge of engineering concepts to analyze data and make conclusions. For example, based on their understanding of aerodynamics and structures, engineers can figure out what makes an airplane fly the way it does and how to make it safer and stronger. Engineers often specialize in a particular field (like thermodynamics, aerodynamics or structures) and work with other experts in order to solve a problem together.Design: Engineers use some of their most creative skills when it comes to design - they determine the size, shape, structure, arran

[Aeronautical engineering][1] is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with alot scope of growth. This field deals with the development of new technology in the field aviation, space exploration and defense systems. It is concerned with the designing , construction, development, testing , operation and maintenance of both commercial and military aircraft, spacecrafts and their components as well as satellites and missiles. As aerospace engineering involves designing and manufacture of very high technology systems, the job requires technical as well as mechanical aptitude. The a

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Dear Parishree Hello. Institutes   1. Indian Institute of Technology: - Mumbai, Kharagpur, Chennai, Kanpur. 2. Madras Institute of Technology Chennai. 3. Hindustan Institute of Engineering Technology Chennai. 4. Indian Institute of Aeronautical Engineering Dehradun 5. PEC University of Technology Chandigarh 6. Academy of aerospace and aviation Indore 7. Nehru College of Aeronautics and Applied Sciences Chennai 8. Indian Institute of  Aeronautical Engineering New Delhi 9. Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology Kerala 10. Department of Aeronautical Engineering Bhagwant Univer

Aeronautical engineering is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with a wide scope of growth. This field deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space exploration and defense systems. It is concerned with the designing , construction, developoment, testing , operation and miantenance of both commercial and miltary aircrafts, spacecrafts and their compnents as well as satellites and missiles. As this field of engineering involves designing and manufacturing of very  high technology systems , the job requires technical as well as mechanical aptitu

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With the onset of the ideas to boost the transportation across the country, tremendous efforts are being made to just connect the hinterland and the untouched regions by the means of transports like road, rail, and airways. Since the development of the economy is dedicated to the development of the road network, hence the roads are emerging to be the veins of the economy through which the nutrients will pass to develop the country. For the civil engineers who are wandering for their future, they have the vast potential to get into the highway engineering branch of the civil engineering as it i

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Engineering field, also known as, the non-medical field of profession is quite diverse and provides a lot of options to the students. There are several branches within the engineering field such as mechanical and bioengineering. The mechanical engineering field is further divided into branches such as automobile engineering, mechatronics engineering as well as aerospace engineering. If you are aspiring to become a mechanical engineer it is important for you to decide the field that you want to work in. As we all know, the board exams for the 12th class are going on and many of our young schola

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As fancy the name sounds, the course and career is equally complicated too. Aeronautical and aerospace is an ambitious career path yet a field less traveled. People who make the cut are the ones who truly love the whole concept of aviation and its constituents. Though both aeronautical and aerospace are different, they are similar as they totally rely on the concepts of physics applied to both. They are different branches of the same tree. The difference lies in the type of aircraft they will be dealing in, yet it is an important and stark difference to look out for. An aeronautical engineer d

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ISRO-the Indian Space Research organization is an agency authorized by the Government of India to work in the sector of extraterrestrial research and also for the planning and execution of space exploration programs such as- launching satellites, manned or unmanned explorations into space, moreover to explore the outer space. The vision of this organization is to “harness space technology for national development” and to side by side pursue research for space science and planetary exploration. The prime objective of this organization is to develop the space technology so it can be

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Dear Aspirant, Do not wander here and there and get more confused. Get to know what you are very good at and what potential you have in you. Choosing a career based on these aspects will lead you to success and happiness in life.  Now that you are in 10th, I really appreciate that you have started thinking of options which will make your career. Knowing that you are not good at maths but like physics is really good. However, even if you life physics, you will be required to have equal command over maths since maths and physics go hand in hand for your future studies.  Business Execut

Dear Aspirant, Nice to see you approach for your son before time. Since he is doing PCME, definitely he is eligible for Engineering courses. After 12th, he has to appear for the JEE exam on the basis of which he will get admission to the Aeronautical Engineering. though Aeronautical Engineering is a good option, I would suggest him to take the Engineering Branch Selector Test from CareerGuide.com. This is a very uniquely designed psychometric test which will analyse the engineering aptitude and will suggest which engineering stream he is best suitable for. Best wishes

Hello Abhyuday, Very very interesting career option. For being a Research scientist, one needs to finish graduation and then a post graduation in the field and follow it up with a P.Hd.   Please note, the Research aspect does not stop after you obtain a P.Hd, but it is an on going process, whereby you would continue with your research. Since you have not mentioned your qualification at the moment. I am speaking in general in relation to space science and research. You could pursue 12th with PCM. Thereby opt for either an engineering degree after clearing the entrance exam, or you could op

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Dear Aspirant, As an aeronautical engineering fresher passed out from a good college, one can expect a starting salary of Rs. 35-40 thousand per month. Best wishes

Dear Aspirant, See when you do any specialisation in Engineering, you definitely have only two options: 1. Job or 2. Higher Education. If you are interested in research or enhancing your knowledge technically, MTech is highly recommended. However if you get a job opportunity, then definitely going for a job is the best option to choose for. Best wishes