THE AEROSPACE ENGINEERING COURSE IS RELEVANT IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: AEROSPACE VEHICLE DESIGN, PRODUCTION, ROCKETS AND MISSILES DESIGN AND PRODUCTION, DEFENCE R&D, CIVIL SECTOR R&D, ISRO, DEFENCE FORCES, COMMERCIAL AVIATION, DGCA, CSIR LABS, DRDO LABS, MNCs
The Department of Aerospace Engineering aspires to be on par with international standards, by imparting quality technical education in Aerospace Engineering and technology, to create a sustainable and socially responsible future.
- Knowledge & Innovation: To disseminate knowledge and develop innovative solutions to pressing challenges in Aerospace Engineering and related fields.
- Professional Skills: To mould students into successful Aerospace Engineers, by maintaining an unparalleled teaching and learning environment in which faculty grow professionally and students receive unsurpassed knowledge, skills, insights and tools, that will stay with them for life.
- Research Inculcation: To inculcate students with knowledge and skills in state-of-the-art technologies and R&D, that will prepare them to design the next generation of high performance, efficient air and space transportation.
- Socio-Ethical Responsibility: To nurture our Aerospace Engineering graduates to be sensitive to ethical, societal and environmental issues, while conducting their professional work.
PROMINENT FEATURES OF THE DEPARTMENT
MVJCE is one of the colleges which offers Aerospace Engineering course in Bangalore that provides unmatched learning experiences to students.
The B.E Aerospace program was started in MVJ College, in the year 2018-19, with an intake of sixty students. The program is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University and is approved by AICTE.
ACCREDITATION, APPROVALS, AND RECOGNITION
- Approved by the AICTE
- Affiliated to VTU
There is a growing interest world over, in taking off into the trans-atmospheric region and into space. The future is going to be space stations and robotic probes. Manned missions to other planets and moon outposts are distinct future possibilities. India too has leading space programs to Moon and Mars.
Considering the growing demand for current and future requirements in the field of Aerospace Engineering, MVJ College of Engineering has commenced the B.E programme in Aerospace Engineering. This field deals with the technology in aviation, space exploration, and defence systems. It provides specialisation in design, development, manufacture, testing, operation and maintenance of aerospace vehicles. Our B.E Aerospace program provides studies in space vehicle design, aerospace structural mechanics, aerospace propulsion, air and missile defence systems, space mechanics, satellite design, and spacecraft systems. Aerodynamics, rarefied gas dynamics, materials, guidance, navigation, controls and flight simulation, among other topics, are taught in this branch of engineering. unmanned aerial vehicles and space stations are also covered.
A wide variety of aerospace career fields offers opportunities for high job satisfaction and excellent compensation. Scope of employment for aerospace engineers ranges from design, manufacturing, operations, and maintenance of aerospace vehicles. It opens the door to employment in ISRO, HAL, and DRDO, for their space and missile-related programs. Job opportunities abound in Defence and private sectors.
SO, FLY HIGH – THE SKY IS THE LIMIT!
WHO HEADS THIS DEPARTMENT?
Air Commodore (Retd.) SC Gupta
Air Commodore (Retd.) SC Gupta, a gold medallist in BE (Hons.) and M.Tech from IIT Kanpur, has 42 years of experience in the field of Aeronautics, with good teaching experience at the UG and PG levels. His areas of interest include Computational Fluid Dynamics, Aero Elasticity, Aerodynamics, Stability & Control, Experimental Aircraft Design and Flight Testing.
He has served in various establishments of the Air Force and DRDO. At DRDO, he has worked with ADE, DIAT, RCMA (aircraft), CEMILAC and RCMA (Kanpur). He was responsible for certification coverage to several upgrades on Jaguar, Mirage-2000 and Dornier aircrafts. He has also worked on Design of Light Combat Aircraft and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.
He has developed several computer codes for aircraft design, presented papers at International Conferences, and authored a book - Aerodynamics.
His areas of interest:
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Aero Elasticity, Aerodynamics, Stability & Control, Experimental Aerodynamics, Aircraft Design and Flight Testing.