Have you ever wondered how and why can ingenuity of thousands of humans come together to ensure that a plane weighing around 4 lakh kg stays in the air and take you around the world in hours? If yes, then the $16-billion (`96,000-crore) aviation industry, according to a FICCI-KPMG report, could well be a career of choice for you with courses ranging from a BE (Aeronautical) for the technically-minded to the softer courses in etiquettes and hospitality for cabin crew jobs being the new-age rages.
FAQs for becoming a pilot
Numerous positives to a career in aviation
In the region, for a technical job, there are two possible ways to enter the industry. For maintenance, you can enrol in an diploma and get certified to maintain and repair a particular aircraft.
JOBS AFTER A BE DEGREE
Training pilots and other staf f in maintenance of aircraft.
Getting to work in research and development firms to improve the design of the plane.
You can be employed as a ground-handling engineer whose job it is to ensure that the aircraft is in top shape alwaysThe focus of the four-year BE degree is on studying the design of planes and learn to improve it, at least theoretically.