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Technician/ Diploma Membership Examination - DIPIIE-DMIIE-DIPIIE
(Equivalent to 3 Year Polytechnic Diploama)



About

        A Division of aerospace engineering, aeronautical engineering focuses on applying physics, mathematics and other disciplines in order to construct aircraft. Aeronautical engineers work to make sure propulsion systems operate efficiently and that an aircraft aerodynamic performance is sufficient. Aspiring aeronautical engineers should get their bachelor degrees in aeronautical or aerospace engineering, though some related majors may be sufficient.

Although entry-level aerospace engineers in general donot require a license, higher-level positions may require a PE, or professional engineering license.



Career

        Once students have completed their core requirements, they may take more challenging classes that cover topics ranging from the aerodynamics of airplane bodies to electrical systems in cockpits. After covering the fundamentals of flight and stability control, students may delve into aircraft sensors and electrical components, as well as wing structure and flaps. Programs may also provide training in power generation for aircraft, including combustion engine design.

During the senior year of a bachelors in aerospace or aeronautical engineering, students generally participate in lab and design courses. These courses may require research into issues ranging from construction materials to wing design. While completing their assignments, students may be responsible for simulating flight and modifying areas where designs may not function well. Applying their knowledge, students may then alter models, test designs, and prepare class presentations.



Job Prospects

        Aircraft Industry (HAL, Taneja Aerospace etc.)
        Government and Private Airlines
        R&Ds organizations like ISRO, DRDO, CSIR (NAL)
        Opportunities are also pre sent in International organizations like BOEING, AIRBUS, PRATT & WHITNEY, GE Aviation, NASA, ESA, etc.



Remuneration

        According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), job opportunities for aerospace engineers were projected to decrease 2% from2014-2024, which is slower than average. As of May 2015, aerospace engineers, including aeronautical engineers, made a median annual salary of $107,830, as reported by the BLS.



Course Structure

Part-I
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
1.1 10001ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Download
1.2 10002APPLIED PHYSICS Download
1.3 10003APPLIED CHEMISTRY Download
1.4 10004COMMUNICATION SKILL Download
1.5 10005ENGINEERING DRAWING Download
1.6 10006COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS Download
1.7 10007TIME MANAGEMENT Download
1.8 10008MANUFACTURING PROCESS Download
1.9 10009ENGINEERING MECHANICS Download

Part-II
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
2.1 30251STRENGTH OF MATERIALS Download
2.2 30252FLUID MECHANICS Download
2.3 30253MATERIAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING Download
2.4 30254WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY Download
2.5 30255ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Download
2.6 30256METROLOGY Download
2.7 30258TECHNICAL ENGINEERING DRAWING Download
2.8 30263THEORY OF MACHINES Download
2.9 30268MANFACTURING TECHNOLOGY Download
2.10 30270CNC MACHINE Download
2.11 30273THERMAL ENGINEERING Download
2.12 30291AUTO ENGINE COMPONENTS Download
2.13 30292AUTO DRAWING & C.A.D. Download
2.14 30293AUTO ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT Download
2.15 30294AUTO CHASIS & BODY Download
2.16 30269INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE Download
2.17 30296NETWORK THEORY Download
2.18 30272POWER PLANT ENGINEERING Download

Project Work

Candidates are required to submit a Referee / Project Report to complete the requirement of the Technician Membership Examination (TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE).

        A candidate of Technician Membership Examination (TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE) can take up submission of his report only after he has obtained a pass in Part-I of TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE Examination and only after he/she has appeared and obtained40% marks in at least 5 subjects of Part-I of TMIIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE Examination.

Project Report / Referee Report

        Each candidate appearing for Technician Membership Examination under the scheme of examination as approved by Govt. of India, is required to submit the Project Report in bound volumes.

Project Report detailed requirements and Project Report applications form is given in Institution website .The Project Report Application should be submitted with a fee.

Final pass Certificate will be issued only after Project Report is approved. Candidate is also required to pay certification fee and submit experience certificate for minimum period of 3½ years on employers letterhead.




Model Format for submission of Referee/ project report for TMIE-DIPIIE-DMIIE Examinations.




Note: 

Academic Member needs to undertake Six months practical training from A.I.C.T.E or applicable Polytechnic/College.