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MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH AND STUDIES

(Formerly MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY )

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

B.Tech – Aeronautical Engineering – MRIIRS

Duration4 Yrs
Intake30
COURSE FEES (Per annum) for Indian Nationals in Rupees1,81,500
COURSE FEES (Per annum) in US $ For PIO/NRI Students US $ 5000
Criteria for Preparation of Merit list
Merit preparation / shortlisting of candidates shall be on the basis of score in JEE Mains 2020/ SAT / Uni Gauge E 2020 / MRNAT 2020 /XII Qualifying Examination
Eligibility Criteria
Pass in 10+2 examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate in 5 subjects and eligibility shall be determined on the basis of percentage of aggregate marks in
i. English, Physics & Mathematics and
ii. One subject out of Chemistry, Computer Science, Biology or Biotechnology
iii. One subject with the highest score out of the remaining subjects

Course Structure

The course curriculum of B Tech in Aeronautical Engineering comprises of Basic Science courses, Professional core courses and Elective courses which could be general electives, interdisciplinary or domain specific courses. A candidate would need to earn a minimum of 160 credits (compulsory courses + elective courses)for the award of UG degree (B.Tech) in Aeronautical Engineering. The compulsory courses are approximately 70 % of the total  credits. There shall be a requirement to earn extra 20 credits (Total 180 credits) for Honours degree in Aeronautical Engineering in accordance with AICTE norms.

Besides academics, the students undergo industrial training as a part of the curriculum. They are also trained on soft skills and aptitude development to prepare them to face the professional world with confidence and hence be job-ready once they pass out. Some of our students are concurrently pursuing AME and also the Commercial Pilot Licence examinations of DGCA.

The co-curricular activities include educational visits to Air Force bases, industry and academic institutions. The department conducts aero-modeling workshops & organizes guest lectures by experts from industry/academic institutions.

 

Core CoursesElective CoursesLab CoursesResearch Oriented CoursesAbility Enhancement Courses (AEC)
Strength of MaterialsAircraft MaterialsCAD LabSummer Internship-IConstitution of India
Aerodynamics (Theory & Lab)Piston EngineAerodynamics LabRIC-300Professional Communication
Flight Mechanics

(Theory & Lab)

Aircraft StabilityAircraft Propulsion  LabRIC-400Cyber law & Ethics
Aircraft Propulsion

(Theory & Lab)

Rocket PropulsionSimulation labSummer Internship-IIEVS
Gas DynamicsMaintenance practices
(Module 07)
Structures and Strength of Materials LabRIC-500Quantitative Aptitude
Aircraft Structures

(Theory & Lab)

Flight DynamicsCFD Lab Project Phase-IQAPD-I
Aircraft Systems

(Theory & Lab)

Propellers(Module 17)FEM LabProject Phase – II/Industrial ProjectQAPD-II
Aircraft DesignComposite Material & MechanicsThermal Engineering-I Lab QAPD-III
Engg Mechanics (Theory & Lab)RoboticsPhysics lab  
CAD/CAMBasics of CFDWorkshop/Manufacturing Practices  
 Introduction to Wind EnergyChemistry-I lab  
 Aeroelasticity   

PLACEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS:

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.



Scholarships Available

MRNAT 2020

Schemes ‘Utkarsh’ and ‘Uttam’ for the candidates on the basis of MRNAT-2020 Score for UG & PG programmes:

Scheme ‘Utkarsh’ is for candidates taking Admission within a period from 1st April 2020 to 30th June 2020)

MRNAT 2020 ScoreUtkarsh
90.00% & above100% Tuition Fee Waiver
80.00% & above but below 90.00%50% Tuition Fee Waiver
70.00% & above but below 80.00%25% Tuition Fee Waiver

Scheme ‘Uttam’ is for candidates taking Admission within a period from 1st June 2020 to 31st July 2020)

MRNAT 2020 ScoreUttam
90.00% & above100% Tuition Fee Waiver
80.00% & above but below 90.00%25% Tuition Fee Waiver
70.00% & above but below 80.00%10% Tuition Fee Waiver
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