Helpline no. 0129-4259000

Helpline no. 0129-4259000

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Deemed to be University under section 3 of the UGC Act,1956

B.Tech – Aeronautical Engineering (Lateral Entry) – MRIIRS

Duration3 Yrs
COURSE FEES (Per annum) for Indian Nationals in Rupees1,81,500
COURSE FEES (Per annum) in US $ For PIO/NRI Students N/A
Criteria for Preparation of Merit list
Merit preparation / short listing of candidates shall be on the basis of score in MRNAT 2021 / Marks in Qualifying Examination
Eligibility Criteria
50% marks in 3-year Diploma in Engineering in any branch/discipline from State Board of Technical Education or Equivalent Examination or B.Sc. Degree from a recognized University as Defined by UGC, with at least 50 % marks and passed XII standard with Mathematics as a subject



B.Tech- Aeronautical Engineering

Foundation Courses

Core Courses

Elective Courses


Theory Courses

Theory Courses

Lab Courses

Elective G-1:Elective D-1:Elective O-1:
Applied Physics-IElements of Electrical and Electronics EngineeringComputer Prog. LabSoft Skills-IAircraft SystemsMechatronics.
Applied Maths-IElements of Computer and ProgrammingApplied Mechanics LabFrench-IAircraft Maintenance and RepairSolar Energy and its Applications
Industrial  ChemistryApplied MechanicsComputer Aided Dafting LabGerman -ICivil Aviation RequirementsFEM in Engineering Mechanics
Professional Communication –IBasics of Aeronautical EngineeringElements of Aeronautical Engineering LabChinese-IAircraft InstrumentsAutomobile Engineering
Applied Physics-IIAircraft MaterialsStrength of Materials LabElective G-2:Elective D-2:Total Quality Management
Applied Maths-IIStrength of MaterialsAdvanced CAD LabSoft Skills-IIBoundary Layer TheorySoft Computing
Environmental StudiesThermal Engineering-IFluid Mechanics LabFrench-IIPrinciples of Helicopter EngineeringRapid Prototyping
Professional Communication-IIFluid MechanicsAerodynamics -I LabGerman -IIHelicopter AerodynamicsIntellectual Property Rights
Holistic Wellness & Life SkillsManufacturing Technologies-IStructures -I & Materials  LabChinese-IIElective D-3:Management Information Systems
Quantitative Aptitude-IAerodynamics -IHeat Transfer LabBasics of CFDElective O-2:
Quantitative Aptitude-IIAircraft Structures -IAerodynamics – II LabComputational AerodynamicsOperations Research

Chemistry Lab

Heat TransferAircraft Propulsion LabSpace DynamicsIntroduction to Robotics

Physics Lab

Aircraft Propulsion-IFEM LabElective D-4:Vibration Analysis

Workshop Practices – I

Cyber SecurityNumerical Methods LabExperimental AerodynamicsComposite Materials

Workshop Practices – II

Aerodynamics – IICFD LabOrbital MechanicsProject Management
Applied Maths-III (For All LE Students only)Aircraft Propulsion-IIAircraft Design LabAeroelasticityWind Energy and Conversion Sysyetms
Applied Maths-III (For All LE Students only)Aircraft Structures- IISimulation LabElective D-5:Measurements & Instrumentation
Numerical Methods and Optimisation TechniquesProject Ph-IRocket PropulsionJava Programming
 Flight Mechanics – IColloquiumSpace Engineering & Space FlightControl System for Engineers
 Aircraft DesignProject Ph-IIRockets and MissilesElective O-3:
Flight Mechanics-IIIndustrial TraainingElective D-6:CAD/CAM Lab
 Aviation Fuel and CombustionJava Programming Lab
Introduction to Wind EnergyMeasurements & Instrumentation lab
Introduction to TurbulenceControl Engineering Lab



Aeronautical Engineering is both challenging and rewarding. India’s successful ‘Chandrayaan’, ‘Mars Orbiter Mission’, ‘GSLV Mk-III’, and recent launches of two British Satellites for SSTL by Indian’s PSLV besides successful induction of indigenously designed and manufactured Tejas fighter aircraft are examples of challenging careers and placement opportunities growing exponentially in the Indian market. The emerging joint ventures between aerospace giants like Boeing and Dassault Systems with Indian companies have opened further avenues of placement for aerospace students. The aeronautical careers exist in Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL), Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Defence Research Development Organization (DRDO), Defence forces such as Indian Air Force, Indian Navy, Indian Army, and Airlines in the Govt. and private sector as well as in the aircraft manufacturing companies in the private sector

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