Aerospace is a specialised branch of engineering which deals with the design and development of aircraft's as well as space crafts The course curriculum covers aspects of two branches of engineering - aeronautical and astronautical engineering. The course also focuses on new technologies in aviation, defence systems, and space exploration. The course is offered at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels awarding B.Tech and M.Tech degrees.
For UG: The candidate should have passed 10+2 examination from CBSE or any other equivalent examination board with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as core subjects. The candidates should also fulfil minimum qualifying marks in aggregate of the subjects.
For PG: The candidate should have a B.Tech degree in aerospace engineering with a minimum passing percentage in the aggregate of the subjects studied at undergraduate level.
SCOPE OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
When the world is designing more cost-effective satellites and space shuttles, it’ll need expert brains to design such machines.
As the world is moving towards commercialisation of space shuttles and rockets, the demand for aerospace engineers is set to increase.
With a number of private players entering into aerospace technology, the opportunities are getting better.