Courses We Offer

Institute of Aeronautics and Engineering (IAE) Bhopal is recognized by the DGCA, Government of India, and is a part of the Shah-Shib Group. Students receive thorough education and training in the subject of aviation from our institute's highly skilled instructors and cutting-edge facilities.

Sha-Shib Group at a Glance


Country Presence


AME Colleges in India


Airport Presence


MRO Companies


Licensed Engineers


Functional Aircrafts


Flying Aircrafts


Practical Tie-Ups


Pilot Training Academies

Why Choose IAE, Bhopal

IAE Bhopal stands as one of the best Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India approved AME colleges.

Quality Management System of IAE, Bhopal is certified under International Standard Order, ISO 9001:2015 for imparting Training of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.

IAE, Bhopal is a headquarters of Sha-Shib Group, The Largest Group in South Asia for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Training.

IAE campus is spread across 16+ Acres of lush green environment having well furnished classrooms, outdoor and indoor sports facilities, canteen, garden, sunset point and tree house.

IAE, Bhopal has proved the academic excellence to the world with 100% Result in DGCA Exam (Paper I) conducted by CEO,DGCA for the very first time in the history of India.

We have our own 8 Aircraft Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) organization approved by Director General of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India under the regulation of CAR-145.

We have well trained, qualified and experienced faculty. The academic activities at IAE is administered by Centralized Academic Council which is mentored by 15+ experienced and licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.

We are having different workshops and labs related to aircraft technology in our campus for practical demonstration to our students: Jet Engine Lab, Piston Engine Lab, Airframe Shop, Electrical Lab, Instrument Lab, Radio Lab, Battery Shop, Machine Shop, Welding shop.

IAE has Dedicated Training and Placement Cell which helps students to know about the Aviation Industry they are getting into. We are the only Institute in India having Inhouse Practicals and Placements facility in our own five MROs and one flying club.

We are having a well equipped Aircraft Hangar and 3 different type of Aeroplanes Placed within the campus for Practical demonstration purpose. Having Live Aeroplane at campus helps student to learn the maintenance techniques at all time.

Sha-Shib Group, Bhopal Ranked 7th in Overall ranking of Top-10 Engineering institutes in Central India (Times Engineering Survey 2020).

Sha-Shib Group, Bhopal Ranked 50th for Placement among Top Engineering Institutes in India (Times Engineering Survey-2020)

Our Presence

Sha Shib group has a significant national and international presence in India, UK, and USA

Sha Shib group has a significant national and international presence in India, UK, and USA

India – With a wide portfolio that includes top aviation enterprises and educational institutions, Sha-Shib Group has had a significant impact throughout India. Due to the group's presence in 12 important Indian cities, they can serve a wide range of learners.

United Kingdom - The chances for education and skill development in the United States are numerous. The purpose of Sha-Shib Group's presence in the USA is to mentor and communicate with its students about worldwide aviation, giving them a truly global perspective on the aviation sector.

United States of America – Sha Shib Group has a strong international presence in the UK, offering world-class education and training programs to students aspiring to make a career in the aviation industry.

Sha-Shib Group is running its Aircraft Maintenance Companies at variouse Airports in India.

Guna Airport

Guna Airport, Guna, Madhya Pradesh

Ratlam Airstrip

Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh

Chhindwara Airport

Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh

Sonari Aerodrome

Sonari, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand

Biju Patnaik International Airport

ARDC, Near CUDCT, Bhubaneswar, Orissa

Karad Airport

Karad, Maharashtra

Mandsaur Airstrip

Madhya Pradesh

Sha-Shib Group has DGCA approved Aircraft Maintenance Repair Organisation (MRO) under CAR-145 DGCA, Government of India.

IAE MRO, Navi Mumbai
ARDC MRO, Guwahati
ARDC MRO, Jamshedpur
HAE MRO, Karad
ARDC MRO, Bhubaneswar
IASPL MRO, Mandsaur
Air 7 Star, Ratlam
Air Allegiance, Chhindwara

Sha-Shib Aerospace Engineering, Gurugram
Institute of Aeronautics & Engineering, Bhopal
Indian Aerospace & Engineering, Navi Mumbai
Hindustan Aerospace & Engineering, Pune
Academy of Aviation & Engineering, Bengaluru
Utkal Aerospace & Engineering, Bhubaneshwar
Shashib Flying Academy, Guna
Sha-Shib Aviation Academy, Cochin
Aerospace Research & Development Centre, Jamshedpur

Shashib Flying Academy

Guna Airport, Guna Madhya Pradesh - 473001

Sha-Shib Flying Academy - Guna (MP)
Aerospace Research and Development Centre- Bhubaneswar
Hindustan Aerospace and Engineering - Karad (MH)

Sha-Shib College of Technology, Bhopal
Sha-Shib College of Engineering, Bangalore

Quetzal Air Hostess & Hospitality Academy, Mumbai

D-511, TTC Industrial Estate, MIDC Industrial Area, Turbhe, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 400703

Our Training Partners

To provide our students with real-life practical training, we have established partnerships.

Sha-Shib Group's Own DGCA Govt. of india approved Aircraft Maintenance Repair & Overhaul Organisations (MRO)

Major Recruiters

Do you know?

When it comes to making sure that an aircraft is safe, airworthy, and performing at its best, aircraft maintenance engineering is essential. Regular inspection and maintenance of aircraft systems and parts enable the identification and correction of any flaws or problems before they may cause mishaps or accidents. This aids in preventing possible catastrophes in addition to ensuring the safe functioning of airplanes. The best performance of aircraft, which in turn lowers fuel consumption and operational costs, is a result of proper maintenance. The safe and effective functioning of airplanes depends on aircraft maintenance engineering, which is crucial to the aviation sector.

Candidates must have passed 10+2 or its equivalent with PCM (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) as the core courses from a recognized board to apply for an AME program in India.

The regulatory organization in charge of monitoring and controlling civil aviation in India is called the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). In addition to enforcing laws and standards about airworthiness, licensing, and the education of employees in the aviation sector, it has the responsibility of assuring the safety, security, and effectiveness of air traffic operations.

Aeronautical engineering (AE) and aircraft maintenance engineering (AME) are two separate industries within the aviation sector. Aeronautical engineering deals with the design, development, and testing of aircraft and aerospace goods, whereas AME largely focuses on the maintenance, repair, and overhaul of aircraft. The All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has approved the four-year Aeronautical Engineering program, which needs successful completion of 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) as the primary courses. While Aeronautical Engineering focuses on developing, producing, and assuring the aerodynamics and safety of air-capable equipment, the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program emphasizes ensuring aircraft airworthiness via a combination of theoretical and practical training.

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Aviation Industry in India

The third-largest domestic aviation industry in the world, the Indian aviation sector has enormous development potential. The regulatory organization in charge of regulating aviation efficiency, security, and safety in India is called the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). The government's 2017 UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik) initiative intends to improve regional air connectivity and lower the cost of air travel for the average person.

Some facts about Aviation

  • The Indian government has recently announced that the country is on track to establish itself as a prominent global hub for the maintenance and repair of airplanes.
  • Additionally, India has also made strides in becoming a significant cargo hub, with developments like the Multi-modal International Cargo Hub and Airport (MIHAN) in Nagpur.
  • The government of India has launched several initiatives to support the growth of the sector, including the UDAN scheme to improve regional connectivity.
  • The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is the regulatory body that oversees safety and security standards in the aviation industry in India.
  • The Airports Authority of India (AAI) is responsible for managing and developing airports in the country.

Major Attractions :

  • Great opportunities to work nationally and internationally
  • High remuneration
  • Travel to different parts of the world