There is really no discipline that is more tightly intertwined
The B Tech cource in Aeronotical Engineering was started in the year 2009. The goal of the B.Tech Programme is to train the students in a broad based manner with equal focus on applications in aircraft engineering, rocket and space technology. The curriculum is designed to impart engineering knowledge in topics such as structural mechanics, thermodynamics, aerodynamics, aerospace, propulsion and space dynamics.
Further provision exists to acquire additional engineering knowledge through electives. A subsonic research wind tunnel with six component balance, pressure scanner and precision manometers and supersonic wind tunnel (Mach 2.5 to 3.5) are the laboratories possessed by the department. Lear Jet 24 aircraft, Cessna 172& Cessna 150 aircraft add to the assets of the department.