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Department of Aerospace Engineering was established in the year 2009, a collaborative body between JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) and Society of Indian Aerospace Technologies & Industries (SIATI) offers engineering courses in the field of Aerospace. The department works with Jain University – Faculty of Engineering and Technology (JU-FET) to prepare the students in Aerospace Engineering for research oriented professions as well as careers related to industrial designing, problem solving and innovation in the aeronautics sector.
The minimum qualification required to apply is a pass in the 10+2 examination in Science from PUC / ISC / CBSE or an equivalent board. A course recognized as equivalent thereto by the University.
Department of Engineering & Technology 45th km, NH - 209, Jakkasandra Post Bangalore - Kanakapura Main Road Ramanagara District - 562 112 080-2757 7198 +91 7337618222
JGI Knowledge Campus # 44/4, District Fund Road Jayanagar 9th Block Campus Bangalore - 5600 69 080-46650130 +91 7337618222
To be one of the leading Aerospace Engineering departments to provide quality education and contribute to research and technological development.
Jain Global Campus, Jakkasandra Post, Kanakapura Taluk - 562112, Ramanagara District, Karnataka, India
JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Mathikere, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560012
Department of Aerospace Engineering
Indian Institute of Science, Mathikere, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560012
HAL Airport Road, Bangalore 560017, India
New Thippasandra Post, Bengaluru 560075, India
Display of Aircraft components for teaching 18AS34 Aerospace Vehicles and Systems – III Sem.
Static Flight Simulator for teaching 18AS52 Flight Mechanics – V Sem.
Scaled Models of Satellites: 18AS54 Introduction to Space Technology – V Sem.
Exposure to Aeromodelling for teaching 18AS61 Aerospace Design – VI Sem.
Exposure to flying at IIT K 18AS67P Flight Lab Course – VI Sem..
HPT-32 Display Aircraft : 18AS732 Aircraft Systems – VII Sem.
The learning in the Institute has always been student centric since the status became deemed
to be university in 2009. Student centric approach has always created a sincerer, vibrant and
enthusiastic participation of students in the learning process as they are allowed to experience,
participate and would inculcate problem solving attitude.
In every classroom, the pace of learning varies from student to student. 10-15% students will
be brilliant and 10% of them will be very weak in grasping the lessons. Others will be mediocre
performers which may also improve gradually and performs well in exams on which the entire
result depends upon. Basically the objective of “Innovations by Faculty in Teaching &
Learning” is to improvise outcome based education which helps to shorten difference between
the curriculum and the industry requirements by bridging the gap, revising the curriculum,
making the teaching more effective and interactive, motivating the students to go for higher
education, research, projects and to develop entrepreneurial skills. The Innovations by the
Faculty in Teaching and Learning were approved and was planned to include in the curriculum
by BOS team with proper analysis which included routine class teaching learning and the
methodologies innovated by faculties. The main contributor to the innovative Teaching
Learning is Multimedia approach, i.e., through Text, Image, Audio and Video apart from other
means of innovative techniques.
The department/institution through BOS, will go through appropriate processes for
implementing innovative practices for effective Teaching & learning. It also takes care that the
methods will be available to the public for reference and reviews through University website.
The flow chart for the same is shown below
For improved Teaching - Learning outcomes, certain initiatives were taken by the faculty
members and BOS through weekly meetings in the Department level and half yearly meetings
with BOS team for peer review. The details regarding the initiatives can be found in the
academic records and in the institute website. In view of this, The Faculties are advised to
participate in faculty development programs, to contribute in research, present in Conferences
and publish in International journals of high repute as they are facilitated with online e-journals,
and also are encouraged to work in funded projects. At the same time, the students are made
to go through
Activity 1: Think-Pair-Share
Activity 2: Model Based Learning
Activity 3: In-Class Teams
Activity 4: Collaborative Learning
Activity 5: Tool based Learning
Short-term courses are conducted by IIAEM for scientists and engineers who belong to other organizations and are held in the area of their specializations or related fields to enhance their knowledge and to connect with their peers.