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The Syllbus

The syllabus of The Bombay Flying Club's College of Aviation B.Sc. (Aviation) Degree course includes all subjects required to qualify for issue of Commercial Pilots Licence and includes global best practices by international aviation authorities.

Flying Training

The Bombay Flying Club's College of Aviation carries out Flying training of its students in Juhu, Mumbai & Dhule near Nasik - Maharashtra. The students will undergo 200 hrs of flying including Multi Engine Rating and Instrument Rating along with a Commercial Pilot Licence from DGCA is the Government Aviation Authority of India.

Ground Training

Air Regulations, also known as Air Law, deals with the Indian Aircraft Act 1934 and Indian Aircraft Rules 1937. Other legal aspects such as the responsibilities of Pilot In Command (PIC), issue and renewal of Licenses, safety procedures etc. will be covered in detail.

Aircraft and Engines to begin with, will include principles / mechanics of flight wherein, forces acting on it, the six degrees of freedom of an aircraft, performance pertaining to the aircraft etc. will be elucidated for easy assimilation.

Air Navigation will teach the student the Art and Science of Navigation. This subject will include topics of geography, study of various aeronautical maps and charts, Flight Planning, General Navigation, Universal Time Systems, Satellite Navigation, Flight Management Systems (FMS), Inertial Navigation / Inertial Reference Systems, Future Air Navigation System (FANS) and General aircraft performance.

Meteorology
  • Elementary knowledge of composition and structure of atmosphere and the physical parameters which are related to its study
  • Circulation of wind at the surface of the earth and at upper levels and the factors which governs the flow.
  • Weather systems which develop in the atmosphere and their characteristics with special emphasis to their impact on aviation.
  • Interpretation of Meteorological forecast which is used for the safety of aircraft and for navigation purpose.
Projects

Various projects as given in the T.Y.B.Sc. syllabus will be interactive with experienced Instructors to give students an insight to the finer points of the Aviation Industry. These projects will be updated constantly depending on the requirement of airlines worldwide.

The following subjects will be covered in which the candidates will be examined
1ST YEAR
Unit Subject Marks
Air Regulations 100
Navigation (General) 100
Meteorology (General) 100
Aircraft and Engines (General) 100
Flying Experience / Flying Check (Practicals) 100
2ND YEAR
Unit Subject Marks
Regulations
  • (a) Air Regulations
  • (b) Flight Plans/Distress and Urgency Communication
100
Navigation
  • (a) Air navigation
  • (b) Aeronautical Maps and Charts
  • (c) Magnetic Compass and Instruments
  • (d) Time
  • (e) Flight Navigation
  • (f) Radio Aids (non Glider Pilots)
  • (g) Variometer
100
Meteorology
  • (a) Aviation Meteorology
  • (b) Synoptic Meteorology
100
Aircraft and Engines
  • a) (General)
  • (b) (Specific)
100
Flying Experience / Flying Check (Practicals)
3RD YEAR
Unit Subject Marks
Regulations
  • (a) Air Regulations
  • (b) Air Traffic Services and Procedures
  • (c) Miscellaneous
100
Navigation
  • (a) General
  • (b) Flight Planning
  • (c) Radio Aids and Instruments
100
Meteorology
  • (a) Aviation Meteorology
  • (b) Indian Climatology
  • (c) Observations of meteorological elements
  • (d) Meteorological Organization
100
Aircraft and Engines
  • (a) Airplanes
  • (b) Helicopters
  • (c) Specific Aircraft
  • (d) Performance
100
Flying Experience / Flying Check (Practicals)
PROJECTS
1 Crew Resource Management & Flight Safety.
2 Aviation Medicine
3 Aviation Security and The Human Profile
4 Flight Safety and Human Factors
5 Air Traffic Control and Management
6 Aviation and First Aid

(Students of the Third Year are permitted the use of any non-programmable calculator in all the subjects)

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