ILAM is the first to launch an integrated BSc Aviation program in association with Carver Aviation. It is a unique 3 year program to prepare the candidate for future in aviation. Degree course includes all subjects required to qualify for issue of Commercial Pilot License and includes global best practices by international aviation authorities.
Why Integrated BSc Aviation Management?
A formal degree BSc integrated with a CPL as compared to CPL(Commercial Pilot License) is beneficial in equipping a person in terms of aviation skills.
It broadens ones perspective in the field of specialization and management.
Introduction of this degree course will provide the appropriate scientific background in terms of quality and content so essential to an aviator for his / her all round development.
Furthermore, a basic degree will open the portals for post graduation leading to greater enhancement of scientific skills.
Our partners for this course Academy of Carver Aviation Private Limited (ACAPL) is a DGCA Approved Flying School, in operation since 1995.
ACAPL is a state-of-the-art flying school established at Baramati, Maharashtra. ACAPL offers courses in Pilot Training and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. It has received ISO9001-2008 certification and is also DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation, Govt. Of India) approved.
Work is in progress for further enhancement to handle heavy aircraft above 5700kgs. A7700 ft tarmac runway with a breadth of 150 feet and orientation of11/29 is used by Academy of Carver Aviation.
DGCA approved single engine simulator ATC 610 and multi-engine simulator ATC 810 is housed in the Simulator Room for Instrument Training and Rating. Academy of Carver Aviation prides itself, in giving students flying and maintenance training on ultra-modern Aircraft.
They have a fleet of 09 aircraft including Cessna's (152/ 172), CTLS and P68C, which is a mix of single, and multi-engine aircraft. The Cessna 152 & 172 is the most widely used and versatile aircraft in the world for training purpose.
What will you be taught?
English – I
Mathematics For Managers
Introduction to Aviation Industry
Mind Management And Human Values
English – II
Advance Spoken English
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management
Environment Issues in Aviation Industry
Flying Training 100 Hours As Per Dgca
Training Report Submission
Technical General (Aircraft & Engines)
RTR (Radio Telephony Restricted)
Flying Training 100 Hours as per DGCA
Aviation Finance and Insurance
Aviation Law and Regulation
Aviation Transport Safety and Security
Airline Route and Strategic Planning
Air Traffic Control
Air Cargo Management
Dissertation Report: as per Approved Topic
Soft Skills And Personality Development Training
Pilot (must possess CPL)
Air Traffic Controller
Aircraft Maintenance Professional
Airport Ground Duty Manager
Minimum age 18 Completion
Class II Medical is to be done by a DGCA (dgca.nic.in) approved medical examiner. The list of DGCA approved medical examiner is available on the at link http://www.dgca.nic.in/medical/c1exam-ind.htm
Class I Medical could be obtained in due course of training.
Technical General (Aircraft and Engines)
RTR (Radio Telephony Restricted)
200 Hours of Flying as per DGCA Syllabus
10+2 with Physics & Mathematics *No Percentage Bar*
If you don’t have Physics & Mathematics in 10+2, you have an option of passing these two subjects at 10+2 level from National Institute of Open Schooling-NIOS (www.nios.ac.in) on-Demand Exam.
The admission process is fairly detailed & followed by Group Discussion and Personal Interview conducted by ILAM.
3 years the duration of the course will depend on clearance of DGCA exams.