B.Sc.- Aviation with CPL

B.Sc.- Aviation with CPL


i)10+2 or equivalent from a recognized Board/Council, with Physics, Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects,
ii)having minimum 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade taking Physics, Mathematics together (5% relaxation to SC/ST/OBC-Non Creamy Layer)


Based on overall performance in last examination followed by Personal Interview.


Registration & Admission Fees(To Be Paid Once Only)
a Prospectus & Form 1000.00
b Registration(To be paid during the admission for all courses) 25000.00
c Admission Fee 10000.00
d Caution Money (Common for all streams) - Refundable 5000.00
Tuition Fees
Semester Payment 45,000.00 + internship fee to be applicable as per industry requirement (T& C apply)
Students enrolled in B.Sc.in Aviation with CPL (Commercial Pilot Licensing) will undergo a 33-week-long Flying Training in Florida (for about 200 hours). This will be conducted during second year (IIIrd and IVth semester) of the academic programme.
Paris Air Fee - Rs.60 Lakh approximately for 33 weeks CPL Program at Florida
NOTE: For CPL at Florida, the USA, Dollar rates applicable at that time will apply.

Programme Overview:

B.Sc. Aviation with CPL is an undergraduate programme that technically deals with the fundamentals of aviation sector such as airport operations, air regulation, aviation weather, airport security and safety measures, dangerous goods, etc. However, as the nomenclature of the course name goes this undergraduat program comes with the training for commercial pilot license.

Career Opportunities:

With B .Sc Aviation with Commercial Pilot License (CPL) the post-graduates can find employment in:  Aviation and Aeronautic Industry like the following:o Aviation firms o Aeronautics Industries o Aerospace Firms On completion of this program, students can find job profiles in Service Maintenance, Production & Maintenance manager, Software Testing, and aircraft maintenance. The employment will be mostly in aviation and Aeronautic Industry like in Aviation firms, Aeronautics Industries, and Aerospace Firms.