National Institute of Aeronautical Engineering was established in 1966 and is a part of the prestigious IIT Bombay. The institute offers undergraduate and graduate programs in aerospace engineering, and carries out research in several areas of aeronautical and aerospace sciences. It seeks to impart top class knowledge on the students which will foster creativity and growth of excellence. The institute was set up with the objective of providing the best possible educational facilities for training bright students for the careers in Aerospace Engineering. National Institute of Aeronautical Engineering aims to provide students with a creative atmosphere for higher studies and research and an opportunity to acquire a multi-disciplinary perspective to engineering problems. The institute runs academic programs for the degrees of Bachelor of Technology (B Tech), Master of Technology (M Tech), Dual Degree (B Tech and M Tech) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph D) in the areas of Aerodynamics, Control and Guidance, Propulsion, Structures, and Systems Engineering.
Facts and Figures ofNational Institute of Aeronautical Engineering -
Year of Establishment
Director of the Institute
Prof. Ashok Joshi
Institutes Under National Institute of Aeronautical Engineering
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How to Reach
4 kms. from Kanjur Marg railway station.
Why to JoinNational Institute of Aeronautical Engineering?
Collaborations- The institute maintains close links with the aerospace and defence industry and undertakes sponsored research, consultancy, and continuing education programs in diverse areas
Research Work- The department faculty actively pursue research programs that address basic problems as well as applications in various fields of aerospace science and technology such as Air Transportation & Aircraft Operations, Applied Aerodynamics and Aero acoustics, Atmospheric and Space Flight Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Electromagnetism etc.
Government Funded Programs- Many of the research programs pursued in the department are funded by government agencies such as ARDB and DST, government organizations such as ISRO, DRDO, HAL, BARC and ADA, as well as private industry