An aeronautical Engineering degree involves turning ideas into reality by applying the principles of science and technology to the research, design, manufacture and maintenance of highly sophisticated products such as aircraft, missiles and space satellites .
Aeronautical Engineering careers range from airframe design, wind-tunnel testing, engine design and testing and flight testing of new vehicles, to the design airliner cabin comfort systems. Career opportunities with large companies, such as Lockheed-Martin, Boeing, Pratt and Whitney, and General Electric, or smaller ones such as Cessna or Bombardier Aerospace, as well as Government agencies such as National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Aeronautical Engineering are highly intelligent, excellent team players, keen on challenges, self-motivated, innovative and lateral thinkers.
The Department of Aeronautical Engineering has excellent experimental and computational facilities. Apart from conventional equipments, the department has recently acquired modern and state-of-the-art experimental facilities like Boeing 737-200 Simulator, Hull of an Aircraft, Aircraft Shell, Aero-engine, Aircraft Components and Fighter Aircraft Airframe.