Aerospace engineering, also called Aeronautical engineering, or Astronautical engineering, field ofengineering concerned with the design, development, construction, testing, and operation ofvehicles operating in the Earth's atmosphere or in outer space.

Eligibility Criteria: Minimum eligibility criteria for pursuing Aerospace Engineering are passing highersecondary or Class 12 with a minimum of 60 per cent marks (55 per cent marks for SC/ST) in sciencestream (Physics, Chemistry and Maths). Aerospace Engineering courses are also offered inpostgraduate level as MTech Aerospace Engineering. For this, the candidate is required to have 55per cent marks (50 per cent marks for SC/ST) in Bachelor's degree (BE/B Tech or equivalent). Foradmission to post-graduate and Doctoral program and research, GATE score is required.

Why Choose Aerospace Engineering: Aerospace engineers developleading-edge technologies and integrate them into aerospace vehicle systems used fortransportation, communications, exploration, and defense applications. This involves the design andmanufacturing of aircraft, spacecraft, propulsion systems, satellites, and missiles, as well as thedesign and testing of aircraft and aerospace products, components, and subassemblies. Successfulaerospace engineers possess in-depth skills in, and an understanding of, aerodynamics, materialsand structures, propulsion, vehicle dynamics and control, and software.

Aerospace Recruiters: 1)Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. 2)Defense Research & Development Organization (DRDO). 3)Indian Defense Services, namely, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy and Indian Army. 4)Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). 5)Airlines - both in Govt and Private Sector.

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