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Aviation Scholarship Schemes India

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 Aviation Scholarships in India


The Skyline Aviation Club, Mumbai scholarship schemes: The Skyline Aviation Club was established in 1987, under the name of The Indian Aviation Academy. Since inception the Club was involved in Aviation Educational Activities such as aero modeling, Aviation Awareness Programs, Private Pilot license (Hobby) Ground Training Course, Ham Radio, etc. for the benefits of students of Schools and Colleges. This aviation club provides various Scholarships for those who belong to the SC/ ST categories.

Scheme for award of Scholarship/Stipends to the SC/ST candidates for flying training up to Private Pilot's License in various Flying Clubs/Institutes in India by Director General of Civil Aviation, Government of India, New Delhi.

Total Number of Scholarship available per year: 40

Scholarship for Commercial Pilot's License Training for SC/ST students holding Private Pilot's License through Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi (IGRUA) under Ministry Of Civil Aviation, Government of India. Every batch 3 full Scholarships are offered by IGRUA. Apart from this, those students joining IGRUA are also eligible for following Scholarships mentioned below:

    Two full scholarship by Indian Airlines: Two scholarships of Rs 4, 00,000, each given on merit-cum-means basis per batch
    Two full scholarship by Air India: Two scholarships of Rs 4, 00,000, each given on merit-cum-means basis per batch.
    Two full Scholarships to girl students by Rajiv Gandhi Foundation: Amounting to 75% of the training fees. For two women pilots on merit-cum-means to the extent of Rs 3, 00,000 each per batch.
    Scholarship by JRD Tata Trust amounting not less than 1 lakh may be available. For four students, of an amount not less than Rs 1, 00,000 on merit-cum-means basis. The JRD Tata Trust offers up to Rs 10 lakhs per year to trainees as decided by its Board of Directors.
    Scholarship / Loan for Commercial Pilot's License Training for SC/ST students (Maharashtra State) through Mahatma Phule Backward Class Development Corporation. (State Government of Maharashtra Undertaking).
    Scholarship / Loan for Commercial Pilot's License Training for SC/ST students (Gujarat State) through Ministry of Social Welfare
    Centrally sponsored Scheme of Post Matric Scholarship for SC/ST students for Commercial Pilot's License Course. Total number of scholarship available per year is 20. With the provision for these Scholarships your dream to be a pilot is not far anymore.

Time you grab this kind of opportunities and fly high.

Best Colleges for Aeronautical Engineering

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Top entrance exams and their eligibility criteria to get admission in engineering colleges:-

Best colleges for Aeronautical Engineering and Eligible for what entrance exams to become Aeronautical engineering after completing 12th class?

1. IIT-JEE :-

-for the admission in India Institute of technology(IIT's)
-eligibility criteria:- 50% aggregate in 12th(GEN) 45% aggregate in12th(reserved category)

2. AIEEE :-

-for all the NIT's(National Institute of technology) & few other private and Government colleges.
-eligibility criteria:- 50% aggregate in 12th(GEN)
45% aggregate in12th(reserved category)

3. BITSAT :-

-for all the BIT's colleges(Birla institute of technology)
-eligibility criteria:- 80% aggregate in 12th class

4. VIT :-

-for the VIT university, Vellore
-55% aggregate in 12th class
70% aggregate in PCM

5. COMEDK :-

-private engineering and medical colleges of Karnataka.
-50% aggregate in 12th(GEN)
45% aggregate in12th(reserved category)

6. TNPCEE(Tamil Nadu Professional Courses Entrance Examinations):-

-government/private colleges of Tamil Nadu.
-for gen category-70% aggregate in 12th class
60% aggregate in PCM
& for SC/ST-12th class pass.

7. KCET(Karnataka common entrance test):- 

-for all the government colleges in Karnataka and all the private colleges affiliated to Visveswaraiah Technological University.

-50% aggregate in PCM.
40% for SC/ST

Best Colleges for Aeronautical Engineering in South India:-

1. IIT, Chennai
2. Madras Institute of technology, Chennai
3. Hindustan institute of engineering technology, Chennai
4. Nehru College of aeronautical and applied sciences, Coimbatore
5. VSM institute of aerospace engineering and technology, Bangalore
6. Hindustan Electronics academy, Bangalore

Bell Certified Helicopter Mechanics Jobs

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Aviation Opportunities

Position: Maintenance / Bell Certified Helicopter Mechanics

Company: Heliqwest Fax Number: (303) 466-3522
Address: 11915 Airport Way Broomfield
Colorado80021, USA

 
Web Address: www.heliqwest.com
Company Info: We are full a service utility operator specializing in external load operations, siesmic exploration, oil and gas field support and government contracting. We also have an on demand charter operation that handles everything from real estate surveys, to executive transport, to aerial photography.
Supported Manufacturers:
Job Title: Bell Certified Helicopter Mechanics
Location: BROOMFIELD Colorado USA
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Email: mechanics@heliqwest.com

Job Description:

HeliQwest International is currently seeking resumes for Bell 204/205 Certified Helicopter Mechanics for the USA. We are located in Denver Colorado and offer health benefits, per diems, flight pay bonuses with minimum guarantees and an extremely competitive daily rate. Contact us today to see how you can join the team!

Candidates must have:
•Bell 204/205 experience mandatory
•2 years MINIMUM field experience on Bell 205A-1
•Clean driving record
•Ability to travel outside of the USA if necessary
•Class C CDL with Hazmat

Preferred qualifications:
•Type endorsement courses (full 3 week training course) given preference
•Seasonal and full time positions available immediately
•AS350 endorsement is beneficial

Email mechanics@heliqwest.com to submit your resume. Apologize but only successful candidates will be contacted.

Remote-Controlled Car that can turn into a Robot (Transformers)




Remote-Controlled Car Transformer

 Zak Sawa (site ZakLab) great amateur roboticist, alerted a project "Made in Japan" which seems to have finally turned into reality the dream of all fans of 
Transformers: a remote-controlled robot that can turn into a car. 

This amazing little roadster switches from sports car to dancing robot in a few seconds and it can even walk while in robot mode. The creator of this masterpiece is that Kenji Ishida has used as many as 22 servants to move her child. What we can see in the video is the eighth "release" of this project started about 4 years ago and the creator is expecting to make more over the next year. It is, in short, amazing..

The original video was posted a couple of days ago the Japanese video-sharing site NicoNico.

via HobbyMedia

Aviation Maintenance Scholarships

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William M. Fanning Maintenance Scholarship

NBAA annually awards $2,500 to each of two applicants pursuing careers as maintenance technicians. One award will benefit a student who currently is enrolled in an accredited airframe and powerplant (A&P) program at an approved FAR Part 147 school. The second award will benefit an individual who currently is not enrolled but has been accepted for enrollment in an A&P program.

The scholarship is named in honor of retired NBAA staff member William M. Fanning, who was active in maintenance issues during his nearly 20-year tenure at the Association.

Awards will be made to U.S. citizens without regard to sex, race, religion or national origin. Scholarships will be awarded in the fall of 2012, and checks will be made payable to the school. Scholarship recipients must use the funds by December 31, 2013, or risk forfeit of the award.

A completed and signed application form must be accompanied by an essay, official transcript or acceptance letter, resume and letter of recommendation. See application form for details.

Completed and signed applications and required documents must be postmarked no later than July 31, 2012, to be considered for the scholarship.

For all NBAA scholarships, applicants are limited to receiving one award per person, per year. Direct all questions about this application to NBAA at (202) 783-9250 or info@nbaa.org.

Aviation Management Scholarship

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Alan H. Conklin Business Aviation Management Scholarship


Conklin & de Decker, in coordination with NBAA, established the Alan H. Conklin Business Aviation Management Scholarship in 2007 to benefit undergraduates pursuing careers in business aviation management.

The scholarship was created to honor the memory of Al Conklin, a U.S. Air Force veteran and business aviation leader for more than 60 years. Conklin’s experience as a business aircraft salesman in the early decades of his career informed his later work in proving the economic value of aircraft to business. With Bill de Decker, he first published the Aircraft Cost Evaluator in the 1970s and later founded Conklin & de Decker, an aviation information company that provides aircraft operating cost and performance data.

NBAA and Conklin & de Decker annually award $5,000 to an undergraduate student who is officially enrolled in an aviation management program at a University Aviation Association (UAA) member school. Scholarships will be awarded for the 2012–2013 academic year, and checks will be made payable to the school. Awards will be made to U.S. citizens or permanent residents without regard to sex, race, religion or national origin. Scholarship recipients must use the funds by October 31, 2013, or risk forfeit of the award. See application form for details.

Completed and signed applications and required documents must be postmarked no later than July 31, 2012, to be considered for the scholarship.

For all NBAA scholarships, applicants are limited to receiving one award per person, per year. Direct all questions about this application to NBAA at (202) 783-9250 or info@nbaa.org.

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