Junior Engr. Exam
Energy Manager/Auditor Exam
The Aeronautical Society of India13/B.Indhra Prastha Estate
New Delhi-110 002.
Section A: Comprises of 10 core-engineering subjects and one practical training capsule.
The subjects are:
Strength of Materials
Microprocessors & Software Engineering
Introduction to Aeronautics
Engineering Drawing & Design
Section B: Section-B has four under mentioned specialized streams in line with the
practices prevalent in the Civil Aviation.
A candidate can select either of the four specialist streams. Each Stream has ten
theoretical subjects and two practical training capsules.
- Aero-Mechanical Stream
- Avionics Stream
- Maintenance & Production (Mechanical) Stream
- Maintenance & Production (Electrical) Stream
A candidate who has passed Intermediate or 10+2 or Higher Secondary
Examination (12 years course) with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and
50% or more marks in each
who had passed the Studentship Examination of the Society up to June 98 session (after which examination was stopped, can
appear in Section A) .
Candidates who have passed B. Sc. (Physics, Chemistry &
Maths) with a minimum aggregate of 50% in each of the three subjects over
the three year period
Diploma in Engineering (3 years course) with 50%
marks in aggregate over the three year period
Engineering Course of 3 years duration from Institutes recognized by DGCA are
also eligible to appear in Section A.
Airmen of Indian Air Force in any of the
following trades under X category are also eligible to appear in Section A.
AF/Fit. Elect/Fit. Eng/Fit. Inst/Fit. Rad/Fit. Rdo/Fit. Wpn/Fit. MT/Fit.
Wks/Fit.(M) Photo/Fit. Missile/Fit(M), Missile/Fit.(L),Missile/Fit(E)
The following - categories of Air Technical personnel of the Indian Navy are also
eligible to appear in Section A.
Aircraft Artificer. Electrical Artificer (Air),
Electrical Artificer (Air Radio), Aircraft Artificer (Weapons), all 5th Class and
Leading Air Mechanics, Leading Electrical Mechanics (Air Radio), Leading
Electrical Mechanics (Air) and Leading Air Ordnance Mechanics.
Candidates who possess a degree in Engineering or have passed Section A & B
examination of any other professional institution which has been recognized by
the Government as being equivalent to a degree in engineering, can also register
for the examination. Such Engineering graduates shall be eligible to seek exemption
from appearing in up to six subjects of Section-A, details as follows:
(a) Engg graduates belonging to Electrical / IT disciplines can get
exemption of six subjects, namely Applied Maths-I, Basic
Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Microprocessors & Software
Engineering, Engineering Drawing & Design, and, Workshop
(b) Engg students belonging to Mechanical/civil/chemical etc disciplines
can get exemption of six subjects, namely Applied Maths-I, Fluid
Mechanics, Strength of Material, Engineering Thermodynamics,
Engineering Drawing & Design, and, Workshop Technology.
(c) Graduate degree holders in Engineering and Diploma holders in
Engineering are exempted from 6 week workshop Training Capsule.
Candidates who have successfully completed Section-A subjects and the six week training capsule on workshop practices are eligible to appear in the
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