Department Of Aerospace Engineering IIT Madras

BU & IIT (Five year Program)
BA in Engineering Science at BU
BS in Aerospace Engineering at IIT

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Department of Aerospace Engineering IIT Kanpur organized the 9th International Conference on Intelligent Unmanned Systems (ICIUS 2013) 25-27 September 2013 in the beautiful pink city of Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. ICIUS 2013 was jointly organised by Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Aeronautics Research and Development Board, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and Department of Science and Technology – in collaboration with the International Society of Intelligence Unmanned Systems (ISIUS).

Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace Engineering

Does aerospace engineering from IIT-bombay have good scope? Is it worth it? What is the average package of the department?

26-year-old Nandakishore MM from Kochi, Kerala, who has a BTech in Aerospace Engineering from IIT Madras, thinks, “India has excellent opportunities in space research. As more companies establish and expand their engineering centres in India, opportunities will increase”.

In a country where aerospace hasn't opened up as well for the private sector, the placement for Aerospace engineers from IIT Bombay isn’t all that bad. Graduates from IIT Bombay are placed all over the world, and the alumni network is immensely widespread - preferred destinations ranging from companies like Boeing, Airbus, GE, Honeywell etc. to Indian space organizations / aircraft laboratories like ISRO, NAL, HAL and DRDO. For a subject as research oriented as aerospace, higher studies ends up being a choice for a lot of students. 23-year-old Naman Rawal from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, who has been studying Aerospace Engineering at IIT Kanpur, says, “India can provide something different to the industry. It lacks infrastructure; but that seems to be changing”.