How many years does it take to become an aircraft engineer? Which college is best for AME?

The salary of an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer depends on his/she’s experience and on the company where he/she works.
a) An entry-level Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) with less then 1 year experience can expect to earn an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and over time) of Rs.512,043. Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is a licensed course of four years duration. The AME course is approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India. 

The best Institute for AME course is Indian Institute of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (IIAE), There are many reasons but the best thing is the only IIAE offers you 2 years of practical training in live environment after completion of 2 academic years, Other Institute in India offers only 6 months experience. So mostly candidate face problems regarding job cause of less experience but who candidates are take admission in IIAE they have never face problems regarding job cause of experience.
The best thing is the only IIAE offers 2 years of practical training which is free of cost, IIAE not taking fee for practical training from their students. Other Institute not offers practical
training, they offers only 2 years of academic training and after completing the academic training they leave their students.
Indian Institute of Aircraft Engineering having its own MRO (145) in process which will be capable to provide in hose training and assure the placement for all the students.
Indian Institute of Aircraft Engineering offers optional B.Sc degree in collaboration with IGNOU to cover degree requirement of the job in government sector.
Excellent facilities which includes green campus, modern infrastructure, rich technical library, three fully-live aircrafts and hanger, highly qualified and experienced faculty and many more.

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