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June 8, 2012 by
TRUTH OF AME In the current scenario there are 77 AME Training Institutes approved by DGCA to impart training for AME License Examinations. There are more than 7000 student passing out every year .Some of them get job/placement in Aviation Sector but the rest are not absorbed in other sectors due to non-recognition of AME License Examination in general and has only 10+2 Academic qualification.   For any Undergraduate Degree, conventional educational norms mandate a prescribed course of classroom...
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June 7, 2012 by
can anyone knows about for shingania univercity? for us AME people we dont have any degree for the sick the shingania university is offering Btech or Bsc degree.. Is it fake or true? can we do that thing?
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June 30, 2012 by
I know its a pretty tough time to ask this question but i found this in every institutes website stating AMEs are highly paid professionals.Do anyone have real idea regarding it?Because most of the students joining this course would have also dreamt of this.
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July 4, 2012 by
WHO SPOIL OUR FEILD?AS U KNW AFTER FINISHING COURSE WE HAV 2 WRK UNPAID OR WE GET VRY LITTLE AMOUNT OF SALARY? AS IN OTHER FEILD EVEN STIPEND IS VRY MUCH HIGER THEN OUR STARTING SALARY THEN WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS??1)OUR SENIORS- DEY WERE READY TO WRK UNPAID,2)GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 3) AME SCHOOLS 4) GOVT & PRIVATE AIRLINES(ORGANISATION) 5) DGCA 6)PLS WRITE YOUR COMMENT............ IN MY OPINION ITS DGCA BCOZ EVERY YEAR DEY R GIVING APPROVAL 2 NEW INSTITUTES WHICH IS NT GOOD BCOZ ALREADY SO MAN...
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July 7, 2012 by
As we all know that current way of conducting AME course is going to ruin career of many and create lots of unemployment. From the beginning of AME course there has been not any major changes brought towards this course. Here i will highlight some points that I think if done will be a great boon to our AME course. 1. Entry to AME course should be done through national level entrance examination. Admission to every institutes should be based on scores obtained in this examination only.(Through th...
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June 8, 2012 by
will there be any change with CAR 66 coming ino effect.
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July 5, 2012 by
In my opinion DGCA should start an All INDIA level examination for the students who want to do AME course , by this way DGCA can maintain the quality of students & studies . All the colleges approved by DGCA will be fulfilled only through this exam , no management quota should be allowed to any college. There are a number of All INDIA level examinations conducted by various organizations like IIT , AIEEE , CAT etc. , Dgca can start an exami...
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March 23, 2013 by
Most of the students are unable to stay in Aviation. After the complition of course, it became the toughest task to survive in the field.As it is not a degree course so these unlucky people are still not eligible for govt. exams like banking, railways and other govt firm.whats your opinion for these people...what should they do.. 
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May 31, 2012 by
World-wide, the business of aircraft maintenance is enormous, and is set to expand. The approximate number of aeroplanes currently in service world-wide is around 500,000 passenger and cargo aircraft and about four million smaller private aircraft used for business or pleasure. India is one of the fastest developing countries in the world. Due to the liberalisation policies of the government, there is tremendous growth in civil aviation. Many private airlines and corporations viz., Air India, In...
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June 30, 2012 by
Many of us admire airplanes for the graceful, elegant and sleek flying machines that they are. How many of you have wondered about the type or kind of the aircraft that you are traveling in or flying over you in the sky? Is it a Boeing or an Airbus? Is it an A330 or a B777? Here’s a simple aircraft identification guide for those with a budding interest in aviation. I’ll try to make this post as visual as possible since plane-spotting works best by observing as many different types of aircraft a...
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June 7, 2012 by
It is targeted towards new mechanics entering the field.  Feel free to add more in the comments. Thanks and I always value your responses!  Know your aircraft. Read the technical manuals. Read the theory of operations when you get downtime. You will probably never know EVERYTHING there is to know about your assigned airplane but that is no excuse not to learn about it.     If you have to borrow a tool from another mechanic more that twice, go out and buy that too...
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July 1, 2012 by
What are human factors? “Human factors is concerned with optimizing performance… including reducing errors so that the highestlevel of safety is achieved and maintained.”—Ron LoFaro, PhDFAA  The study of human factors is designed to mitigate human errors and reduce accidents that could have been prevented.  75-80 percent of all accidents are human errors of which 12 percent are linked to maintenance.   This 12 percent is what human factors for maintenance is focused on.  How can we reduce the ma...
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