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Aeronautical Engineering Colleges In India

Nowadays, there is an increase in the number of students searching for aeronautical
engineering colleges in India, mainly because this branch can bring lucrative career
opportunities when it comes to career. Not just UG level engineering course, but also
masters and doctorate level courses are offered in this branch of engineering. Before
actually getting into the list of aeronautical engineering colleges in India, it is better to
get a fundamental understanding about this course.
What is aeronautical engineering?
This branch of engineering is all about the science of aircraft and it encompasses the
building, research & development, maintenance, designing and testing of not just civil
aircrafts, but also military aircrafts and missiles. In every field of aircraft engineering,
computer technology is widely used these days. Not just aeronautical engineers, but
aerospace engineers are also appointed in these work arenas.
Eligibility requirement:
As with other branches of engineering, to get admission to this branch, it is important that
applicants must have completed their higher secondary in science stream with physics,
chemistry and mathematics. It is important that they must have secured a minimum of 50%
of aggregate marks and also in each of these subjects, when the applicants wish to apply
for the top aeronautical engineering colleges in India.
Top colleges for aeronautical engineering:
Here is the list of top colleges for B.E/B. Tech in aeronautical engineering:

Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

IIT, Kanpur

IIT, Kharagpur

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

IIT, Madras

PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh

Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram

Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University

Satyabama University, Chennai

Indian Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, Dehradun

Bengal Engineering & Science University

Amrita Institute of Technology & Science

Acharya Institute of Technology

M.V.J. College of Engineering

GMT Institute of Technology

Anna University

Madras Institute of Technology, MIT

Indian Institute of Engineering, Science and Technology (IIEST)

Admission procedure:
In the case of IITs, the admission procedure for IITs is of course, JEE examination, while in
the case of some institutions like those functioning under Anna University, the local
admission procedure called TNEA followed by counselling is stated to be admission
procedure. In the case of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, APEAMCET is the
admission procedure. IIEST uses WBJEE as the criteria for admission.