Top Aviation Courses After 12th in Odisha

Have you completed 12th standard? Do you want to pursue a good aviation course after 12th? If yes, this post will be of help to you. Here, I’ve compiled a list of best aviation courses after 12th in Odisha.

 

In this post, readers will find the following details – list of best aviation courses after 12th, list of aviation courses & colleges in Odisha, admission process & more.
 

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Aviation Courses after 12th in West Bengal

Aviation Courses after 12th in Punjab

Courses after 12th commerce in Odisha

Courses after 12th arts in Odisha

Courses after 12th science in Odisha

 

Let us check out the list of aviation courses in Odisha now. Here it is –

 

Aviation courses after 12th in Odisha

 

List of Aviation courses after 12th in Odisha

Name of the aviation college Duration of the course Eligibility
Aptech Aviation and Hospitality Academy – AAHA Bhubaneswar 1 to 3 years Passed 12th class
Government Aviation Training Institute – GATI 1 to 3 years Passed 12th class
Utkal Aerospace and Engineering 1 to 3 years Passed 12th class
Frankfinn Institute of Air Hostess Training – FIAT 1 to 3 years Passed 12th class
Aptech Aviation and Hospitality Academy – AAHA Saheed Nagar 1 to 3 years Passed 12th class
Master Aviation Academy 1 to 3 years Passed 12th class
Trade-Wings Institute of Management Ltd. – TIM 1 to 3 years Passed 12th class

 

Aviation course admission in Odisha after 12th

Admission process may vary from one college to another. Many good colleges have a merit-based admission process. Under merit-based admission system, seats are distributed among eligible candidates on the basis of their performance in board exam, entrance exam or other relevant selection examination. Some other colleges carry out direct admission process. Under this system, seats are allotted among eligible candidates on first come, first served basis. Lastly, some colleges carry out donation-based admission process.

Arun Kallarackal
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