Keerthivasan Rock

What are the working hours of a Aeronautical Engineer? And do they need to work for night shifts or flexible timings?

Can you help me clarify this

by Keerthivasan Rock
1 answer
| Share :

1 answer

RE: What are the working hours of a Aeronautical Engineer? And do they need to work for night shifts or flexible timings?

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
Verified Career Expert
Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Interesting career choice. Looks like flying attracts you a lot.

Since you have not mentioned your current education status,assuming you have just appeared for your Xth, let me give you an idea about the field and how could you go about it.
Since you have mentioned about aeronautical engineering, I am sure you know about the way of being into the field.
In your 12th, you would have to study a combination of PCM. After that you would have to appear for various entrance exams to join a B
.E or B.Tech in aeronautical engineering.
You could then follow up with a masters degree.
Aeronautical Engineer
As an Aeronautical engineer, your main role would include research and development, testing, assembly and maintenance of aircraft and missiles.
You would mainly look into the aircraft maintenance into fuel efficiency, air frame design, engine design, flight testing and interrogation into airplane crash.
Since majorly you would be dealing with maintenance of the aircraft, you would work hand -in-hand with other engineers.

Now aircraft do not have just one time or schedule of flying.They are spaced over the 24 hours bracket and every 2 minutes a takeoff and landing.
So your job would be mainly before the flight is ready for take off.
So as such there would definitely be no fixed time for work, you would have to mentally prepare yourself for shift jobs.
Also you would not just be the technical guy, there would be others to help you too.
Aeronautical Engineer
But if you are looking for a 9 to 5 job, then this is not your field.
You could try your careers into banking,management, finance and accounting or teaching.
Please analyse what are you looking out for and then take the step to choose a career.
Wish you luck in choosing a career and doing well...

In order to post replies to the question: "What are the working hours of a Aeronautical Engineer? And do they need to work for night shifts or flexible timings?"

Post Reply

Latest ANSWERS

I have 9.6 years of experience into IT sector. Now not working. What to do next ?

Hi Pankaj good evening, Following the teleconversation I can understand that you are feeling low. You might have faced lot of struggles within yoursel .. read more

What should i do after 12th pcm

Hi, If you have taken 12th PCM you must go for Engineering field Their is a good career in this field related to Public  and Private sectors..exc .. read more

i m a student of 12th confused about what i should opt after 12 .i have a good hand at art,technology,accountancy .what should i opt which has a settlement and a good pay

After 12th you can opt for various fields like  Engineering B.sc & MSc,Phd courses Travel & Tourism Journalism Indian Army  Indian N .. read more

Mam which course to opt after 12th without Maths

Hello, You can opt various courses like  B.Com. BBA. BBM. CA. BCA. NDA. LLB Actually Maths is a very important part of our career & life .S .. read more
Most Popular

What are top 10 colleges for Mechanical engineering in the world?

Hello, The top colleges in Mechanical Engineering are  MIT USA Stanford University Cambridge University Oxford University IIT Delhi IIT Kanpur I .. read more

What are the job opportunities for a physcist?

Hi, If you are interested in making your career in Government field then you can appear in the CSIR NET Exam. It is Exam which is conducted for the se .. read more

What is the procedure to join Indian Navy after class 12th

Hello, Indian Navy is one of the most culled job.It is a job of adventures and enthusiasm  You can join Indian Navy as an engineer in Naval Archi .. read more

What are the things if a Psychologist learns, will be helpful in long run?

1. Psychometric testings like testing - personality, intelligence, academic performance. 2. Therapeutic techniques like Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, R .. read more
Caching Date: 9/24/2017 3:21:39 AM