Pune varsity launches MTech in aviation for Rs 55 lakh

August 1, 2013

Pune: University of Pune (UoP) said it has launched a new two-year post-graduation course in aviation starting 1st September. This course which is an M.Tech in Aviation comes a result of a tie-up which the University has signed with Germany’s Fashschule Feer Luftahrgeng Fuhres (FFLF), an aviation company. The cost of this course is Rs 55 lakh.

Eligibility for this post graduation is BE or B.Tech. Students will get to attend on-site aviation training including 800 hours of flying at the institute’s facility in Germany for three semesters and one semester will be theory study at the UoP’s department of technology.
Onsite training in Germany will also include training on soft skills, ground duties and team building activities.Post the onsite training, the students will be tested by Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) for the purpose of securing a flying license with which the trained pilots can fly in Indian skies and some European countries.
31/07/13 Business Standard

5 Responses to Pune varsity launches MTech in aviation for Rs 55 lakh

  1. sam on August 2, 2013 at 2:49 pm


  2. Prashanth on August 5, 2013 at 5:25 am

    I would rather sit on ground and laugh at those who paid to fly !!

  3. kalpana on August 6, 2013 at 8:21 am

    100 % CORRECT.
    11000 cpl holders are unemplyed spending after 40 to 45 lakhs of Rs.

  4. TARUN on August 7, 2013 at 11:43 am

    seems Pune varsity wants too loot the money of students, when the entire aviation sector is bleeding, 55 lakh is too much.

  5. sreekumar on August 24, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    this is known as aviation business not education in aviation.now a days the indian universities started behaving like the american and european universities wanting money to save their financially crunched educational institutions by getting into tie ups.their ultimate interest is to make money in the name of foreign degrees .so people who have got black money can shell out .it is the intelligent citizen who should think before deciding to send their their wards for higher education if they are not available in india.indian educaiton is the best why send them abroad at obscene cost?

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