Aerospace Engineering is the science of studying spacecrafts. Aerospace engineering is sometimes called "rocket science". This branch of engineering deals with designing, construction and study of the science behind the forces and physical properties of aircraft, flying craft and spacecraft and covers the aerodynamic characteristics of the air vehicles. Very few colleges in Bangalore offer the course in the degree level. If you are one of those guys who dreamed of working for NASA - this engineering stream just might be your gate pass.
> Minimum 45 percent aggregate marks in 10+2 with Physics and Mathematics (compulsory) and any one of the following subjects: Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology/Computer Science/Electronics.
> You can either get a seat for BE/BTECH through competitive examination like JEE and ComedK or through the direct admission route.
APS College of Engineering
City Engineering College
Faculty of Engineering, Jain University
PES School of Engineering
Rajrajeshwari College of Engineering
The average tuition fees per year range between Rs. 1 lakh to Rs. 1.5 lakh.
Hostel charges can range between Rs. 45,000 to Rs. 80,000
Budget estimate for 4 years: Rs. 8 lakh to Rs. 10 lakh (for Comedk/Management quota)
A aerospace engineering graduate can get a job many state-owned agencies such as HAL and ISRO. The starting salary will be somewhere in the range of Rs. 3 lakh per year. A candidate can also choose to work in global multinationals in the U.S. and Europe. In those countries the average salary is around $103,000 per year.
The companies where you can find a job:
The total seats are divided under following headers:
Computer Science Engineering
M.E. in Aeronautical Engineering
M.Tech in Aerospace Engineering
M.Tech in Aeronautics
M.S. in Aerospace Engineering
PhD. in Aerospace Engineering
DSc. in Aerospace Engineering
Master of Business Administration
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