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Scope of The Course
  • Vacancies
    INR 3.5 Lacs to INR 5.5 Lacs PA

    Starting Salary Package

  • INR 3.5 Lacs to 6.0 Lacs
    INR US$ 15.5 trillion by 2023

    Industry Size

  • U$D 16
    40 Million world-wide

    Positions vacant

BBA Aviation Management
 
Why ICRI/ ILAM?

Most awarded institution in Aviation & Logistics- Supply Chain Management

ILAM is a pioneer Institute in India offering specialized programs in Aviation Management.

19000+ student's alumni network working across the globe.

Average starting salary of ILAMian's INR 4.0 lac to INR 7.0 lacs P.A.

ILAM is the only institution providing hands-on practical exposure with certification from leading industry bodies such as FWSTC, AAI, ICAO

Top industry and academic faculty members on board.

What will you be taught?

SEMESTER I

    • English-I
    • Spoken English
    • Management Concepts
    • Accounting-I
    • Mathematics For Manager
    • Introduction To Aviation Industry
    • Mind Management And Human Values

SEMESTER II

    • English-II
    • Advance Spoken English
    • Organizational Behaviour And Human Resource Management
    • Accounting-II
    • Marketing Management
    • Business Law
    • Environment Issues In Aviation Industry

SEMESTER III

    • Quantitative Techniques and Analysis
    • Financial Management
    • Managerial Economics
    • Business Application MS Excel
    • Communicative English
    • Customer Relationship Management
    • Principles of Airline And Airport Management
    • Galileo Ticket Reservation And Software Training

SEMESTER IV

    • Research Methodology
    • Airline Economics
    • Civil Aviation And International Business
    • Foreign Language German
    • Environmental Studies
    • Tourism Management
    • Aviation Training On Security And Ground Operations

SEMESTER V

    • Management Accounting
    • Aviation Finance And Insurance
    • Aviation Law And Regulation
    • Cross Cultural Studies
    • Aviation Transport Safety And Security
    • Airline Route And Strategic Planning
    • Minor Project: As per Approved Topic

SEMESTER VI

    • Airline Operations
    • Simulation Centre Training On Security Fire Drill And Safety
    • Consumer Psychology
    • Air Traffic Control
    • Air Cargo Management
    • Soft Skill And Personality Development Training
    • Major Project: As per Approved Topic
What Will You Become

    What will you become?

    Air Traffic Managers- manage the daily activities and operations at airports, which could include compliance with legal and safety measures, timeliness and general order in the airport

    Aviation Planners-  They work in background of airport facilities, infrastructure and air service planning are in a good position to be employed as an aviation planner

    Resource Manager - Responsible for ensuring the coordination of aircraft and crew, Aviation Resource Management specialists make sure that missions run as smoothly as possible.

    Purchase Manager- The purchase manager is responsible for coordinating the purchase plan for all the goods necessary to carry out the business of the airline

    Flight Dispatcher- An aircraft dispatcher is employed by an airline and is heavily involved in the pre-planning of flights to ensure the safety of the trip. Flight dispatchers’ co-ordinate all activities on the ground at an airport to ensure the safe, quick and efficient turnaround of aircraft from when they land

    Airlines Station Agent - Works at the arrival and departure gates of an airport that involve helping people with carry-on baggage, coordinating seat assignments, working with changes in plane scheduling, and other responsibilities that help keep the airline operation streamlined.

    Where will go in Aviation management?

    Avenues are presented to professionals in:

    Airports

    Airlines

    Cargo

    Private Charter Companies

    Helicopter Companies

    Students can go to the following departments of the above:

    • Fleet Management ­- Fleet managers take care of the logistics of maintaining a fleet of aircraft so that companies that rely on aircraft transportation in their business can remove or minimize the risks associated with aircraft investment, improving efficiency and productivity
    • Ground Handling - to facilitate an aircraft flight or aircraft ground repositioning, preparation for and upon conclusion of a flight which will include both customer service and ramp service functions.
    • Customer Service- support to customers regarding queries, problems or concerns they have about travel and logistics. They may also assist with baggage reclaim, reservations, check-in processes and ticketing mechanisms before a flight
    • Crew Scheduling-  crew schedulers are responsible for managing the day-to-day flight activities of crew members while also ensuring compliance with department standards
    • Safety and Security- A dedicated team of trained police force is employed for airport and aircraft safety. The security staff takes the help of sniffer dogs to detect any unclaimed object lying around the airport
    • In- Flight Service - Inflight services are those provided to or affecting aircraft inflight or otherwise operating on the airport surface
    • Ticketing- The Ticketing Officer helps passengers to plan for their trips. He / She answers questions on travel arrangements such as routes and time schedules
    • Medical Tourism-  Facilitates the  traveling outside the country of residence for the purpose of receiving medical care
Industry Exposure
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Industry

    About Aviation Industry

    • The industry directly providing more than 23.5 million jobs per year.  Approx. 2.5-5 lacs jobs being created in the Indian Aviation Industry solely.
    • UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik) scheme has broaden up the career avenues in aviation sector. 
    • It is a regional airport development and "Regional Connectivity Scheme" (RCS) of Government of India, with the objective of "Let the common citizen of the country fly", aimed at making air travel affordable and widespread, to boost inclusive national economic development, job growth and air transport infrastructure development of all regions and states of India.
    • UDAN ('UdeDeshka Aam Naagrik') is a first-of-its-kind scheme globally to stimulate regional connectivity through a market-based mechanism under which 200 airports are under creation that will need qualified professionals.
    • To fullfil the same, Union Budget 2023 has mentioned to create 50 additional airports, helipads, water aerodromes and advanced landing groups to be received for improving the regional air connectivity.
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