PRLog - May 8, 2014 - NEW DELHI, India -- JRN Institute of Aviation Technology, Mundka, Delhi,(a premier institute within IIA Group having 33 years of heritage in creating technical workforce for Indian Aviation Industry) opens admission window for session 2014-17. The Three years Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License course is duly approved by Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Govt. of India on full time regular basis. The institute has issued the forms for
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Aeroplane & Powerplant (LA, HA, PE. JE)
Helicopter & Powerplant (RA, PE, JE)
B. Avionics (ES, IS & RN)
Eligibility: The candidates shall have passed minimum 10+2/Intermediate class with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry from a recognized board or university or its equivalent. Candidates appearing in the final examination may also apply.
How to Apply: One can download application form from the website – www.iiagroup.co.in - and send the duly filled application form to institute’s admission office as mentioned below. Documents needed are 10th/Matriculation Certificate, 10+2 Marksheet (if already passed), and a Demand Draft of Rs. 650/- in favour of JRN Institute of Aviation Technology, payable at New Delhi.
Admission Procedure: Admission is purely based on performance of students in admission cum scholarship test and satisfactory documents verification during the counselling.
Last Date for Registration:
Entrance Date: 22nd May 2014
Address:JRN Institute of Aviation Technology, 414/2, Rani Khera More, Mundka, Delhi-110041
Phone: 011-32315460, Mobile: 09971569455
About IIA Group of Institutions
Indian Institute of Aeronautics Group was started in 1981 at Patna Airport. The group still has a DGCA approved training campus at Patna Airport which is continuously and successfully running for last 33 years. The other premier institute within the group is JRN Institute of Aviation Technology, Delhi. The Alumni are well positioned at higher ranks with different leading Airlines the world over. The group proudly claims of providing more than 50% of technical workforce to the Indian Aviation Industry.
In the early 1980s when aeroplanes and helicopters existed more in dreams than in skies, IIA Group was amongst the first in India to set up an Aircraft Maintenance Engineering training institute. When a good science laboratory in a college was considered an achievement, IIA Group brought in flying machines as - Heavy pressurized Aircraft Hawker HS-125, Learjet-24, Bonanza A-35, Helicopter Sa-318C, Eurocopter EC-120B – for practical training of students. By far and large IIA Group has contributed significantly in shaping up technical jobs and careers in Indian Aviation Industry. The institutes within the group are duly approved by Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Government of India.