University of Mumbai's

Garware Institute of Career Education and Development

NAAC Re-accredited with 'A++' Grade

Bachelors (Degree Courses)

Bachelor In Aviation (BA)

+ Course Duration:

3 years

+ No Of Seats :


+ Fees :

Total Fees- Rs. 2,37,300 + 19,70,000

Semester I - 57,500
Semester II - 57,500
Semester III - 30,575
Semester IV - 30,575
Semester V - 30,575
Semester VI - 30,575



+ Eligibility :

Abinitio: A candidate for being eligible for admission to B. Sc (Aviation) must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (standard XII) Examination conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary Education, Pune or an examination of any other Government recognized board as equivalent there to, with the subjects English, Physics and Mathematics. OR A candidate who has passed post SSC, Three year Engineering / Technology, Diploma course with Mathematics and Physics. OR A candidate who has passed post HSC diploma (1 year after 12th Standard) of Maharashtra Board of Technical education or AICTE approved or any other recognized government body in Information Technology / Computer Technology / Computer Engineering/ computer Science/ Electrical, Electronics & Video Engineering & allied branches/Mechanical & allied branches/ Chemical & allied branches/Civil & allied branches. 2. Lateral Entry: Those students who are already holding Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) or ATPL (Airline Transport Pilot Licence) can be admitted directly into the 2nd year of the above course.

+ Admission Procedure :

An Interview

+ Preamble :

There is large potential of employment in Aviation sector, especially for Pilots. As new airlines are coming up and the old airlines are buying more aeroplanes to meet the ever increasing demands of passengers as cargo traffic in India & around the world - Air travel being the fastest mode of transportation and competition is making it cheaper to travel by air.

+ Objective :

To equip students for skill development for highly sophisticated, responsible and high paying job in the world market of aviation.

+ Job Opportunities :

Even though the pilot can acquire a job after obtaining CPL (Commercial Pilot Licence) from the DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation), Govt. of India but higher education always helps the pilots for better job opportunities, promotional avenues etc. Govt. is encouraging growth of infrastructure, which will result in creation of more jobs. Currently we are poised for huge expansion in all areas connected with Aviation-new airports, induction of new aircraft, feeder services, etc.

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