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AE: Aeronatical Engineering

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College
Code
E079
E007
E105
E011
E186
E208
E239
E042
E144
E146
E151

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E159
E014
E183

Colleges
Acharya Institute of Technology Bangalore
Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering Bangalore
Nitte Meenakshi Institutute of Technology Bangalore
M V J College of Engineering Bangalore
ACS College of Engineering Kengeri Hobli,Bangalore
Achutha Institute of Technology Gopalpura, Bagaluru
East West College of Engineering Yelahanka, Bangalore
Khaja Banda Nawaz College of Engineering Gulbarga
Srinivas Institute of Technology Mangalore
Shreedevi Institute of Technology Kenjar, Mangalore
Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering,
Moodabidri,D.K
Karavali Institute of Technology Mangalore
S J C Institute of Technology Chickballapur
Sha-Shib College of Engineering Chickballapur Dist.
TOTAL SEATS

No. of
Seats
30
30
30
54
30
30
30
14
30
30
30

Cutt
off
10189
4656
12108
14107
20958
50835
55783
25998
26222
41357
28195

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30
30
428

46144
17581
50306

Aeronautical Engineering
Aeronautical engineering is the practice of designing and building aircraft, like airplanes and
helicopters. Students earning a degree in aeronautical engineering take classes such as:

Thermodynamics
Heat Transfer
Aircraft Structures
Flight Mechanics
Aircraft Stability and Control

Aerospace Engineering and Astronautics


On the astronautical side of aerospace engineering, professionals design and build units like
space shuttles and space stations. In addition to the aeronautical engineering courses listed
above, students earning a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering will take
astronautical courses like:

Spacecraft Design
Introduction to Astronautics
Fundamentals of Jet Propulsion
Spacecraft Dynamics
Orbital Mechanics

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