The institute is situated at Vivek Colony, Opp. Guna Airport, Guna (M.P.). The facilities are mentioned below :-
- Spacious & ventilated class rooms.
- An aeroplane Bonza A-35 is placed with in the college campus for demonstration of topic taught during the theory classes.
- Most modern library with latest books, Periodicals, Magazines & Journals in Aviation, Computer, Electronics, Science, Engineering subjects etc. Projectors, Audio/Visual facilities are also available.
- Institute is having eight well Equipped workshops related to different aircraft systems i.e.; Airframe Shop, Engine Shop, Precision Shop, Welding Shop, Instrument Shop, Machine Shop, Fitting Shop, Carpentry Shop etc. for imparting training to A.M.E Students.
- Competent, Committed and highly experienced faculty on each subjects.
- All necessary facilities for comfort, recreation and extra curricular activities including Canteen, Pool games, Tennis court, Badminton, Basketball, Volleyball, Cricket etc.
About Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
Presently the aviation industry is one of the fastest growing industry. Because of the Indian Government’s Open Sky policy, many private players are entering this field, creating huge employment opportunities. Playing a stellar role in this sector are Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, who ensure that the aircraft is in immaculate condition before take-off. An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) is basically a person licensed to ensure that the aircraft is airworthy and in accordance with the National and International Aviation standards.
In short, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is the sole person responsible for the maintenance and overhaul of aircraft. Only Aircraft Maintenance Engineer can certify that the aircraft is fit for flying.
Approval has been granted by the Director General of Civil Aviation, Govt of India to our institutes to conduct Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course in accordance with the Civil Aviation Requirements Section 2-Airworthiness, Series-E, Part-I & Part-VIII. These Civil Aviation Requirements are issued in accordance with Rule 61 and Rule 133B of the Aircraft Rules 1937 derived from the Aircraft Act 1934 (XXI I to 1934) passed by Parliament. Under the Aircraft Rules, Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is the regulatory body to deal with all matters pertaining to CivilAviation in the country.
Institute of Aeronautics & Engineering, Bhopal, Academy of Aviation & Engineering, Bangalore, Hindustan Aerospace & Engineering Pune, Indian Aerospace & Engineering, Navi Mumbai, Utkal Aerospace & Engineering, Bhubaneswar & Sha-Shib Aviation Academy, Cochin, Sha-Shib Aerospace Engineering, Guna have taken up the task of fulfilling the need of properly trained technical persons required in the aviation industry. As we know, the demand for maintenance engineers is always high and the trained technical people are in immense demand. I.A.E Bhopal, A.A.E Bangalore, H.A.E Pune, I.A.E Navi Mumbai, U.A.E Bhubaneswar & S.A.A Cochin, S.A.A Guna centres focus on developing the students to fulfill the demand of maintenance engineers required by the aviation industry.
The concept of theory & practical classes of AME course not only develop the manual skill essential for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering but also provides thorough concept of Aircraft & its systems to the students.
Looking at today’s global expansion in aviation sector the future will offer immense job opportunity to AME License holders in Airlines, Corporate Sector & Training Academy; not only in India but also abroad. Job opportunities have multiplied in recent years owing to the result of globalization. Not only a number of Private Airlines are operating in the sector but International Airlines have also started their operation in India.