IIA Group of Institutions - comprising of JRN Institute of Aviation Technology, Delhi, and Bharat Institute of Aeronautics, Patna - is offering scholarships for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Courses. AME courses are duly approved by Directorate Ge
April 17, 2014 (Newswire) - Details: (A) Captain Ram Niwas Memorial Scholarships - Gold, Silver & Bronze Category, and (B) Prabha Niwas Memorial Scholarships - Gold & Silver Category scholarships are to be awarded to 27 deserving students, and vary in the range of 10% to 100% of first year tuition fee. The group has also announced some more scholarships for meritorious students in the subsequent years of the course and assist in getting Government grants to SC/ST and minority students.
Eligibility: Intermediate/+2 students with at least 50% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are eligible to take the tests to be held across various centres. The candidates scoring 70% or above would qualify for further progress.
How to Apply: Forms are available on the website and at the college office.
Address: JRN Institute of Aviation Technology
414/2, Rani Khera More, Mundka, Delhi- 110041,
Check Out: http://www.iiagroup.co.in
About the Institute
The foundation stone of IIA Group was laid by Late Captain R.N. Sinha in the year 1981. Captain Sinha was also the founder chairman of Aviators Co-operative, the pioneer operator to start non-scheduled MRO operations in the year 1968.
In the early 1980s when aeroplanes and helicopters existed more in dreams than in skies, IIA Group was amongst the first in India to set up an Aircraft Maintenance Engineering training institute. When a good science laboratory in a college was considered an achievement, IIA Group brought in flying machines as - Heavy pressurized Aircraft Hawker HS-125, Learjet-24, Bonanza A-35, Helicopter Sa-318C, Eurocopter EC-120B - for practical training of students. By far and large IIA Group has contributed significantly in shaping up technical jobs and careers in Indian Aviation Industry. The institutes within the group are duly approved by Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Government of India.