ICRI, a leading institute offering new-age programs, announced its collaboration with Ajeenkya DY Patil University in Pune. ICRI and Ajeenkya DY Patil collaboration provide BBA Aviation Management, and MBA Aviation Management emphasizing industry-oriented education and practical learning to equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to be job ready. ICRI developed these programs to expose students to the booming Aviation Sector and hands-on training, preparing them for prosperous careers.

BBA Aviation Management is a top undergraduate program in Aviation and was launched in 2008 by ICRI. It is a three-year full-time course that deals with airline and airport operations management. The course will teach you about air operations, financial accounting, airport planning, passenger prediction, and marketing. It covers introductory cargo courses, business communication, and airline and airport strategic planning. After completing a BBA in Aviation Management, individuals can explore numerous career opportunities in the aviation industry. These opportunities include roles in airline operations, airport management, aviation safety, aviation marketing, aviation finance, and more. Students will be certified by ICAO and University of Waterloo, Canada on Aviation management fundamentals and Airport Authority India for Airports and Airlines.

ICRI is one of the leading institutions in India that has tied up with leading industry providers such as ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) – which covers topics on the “Fundamentals of Aviation Management” and the Airport Authority of India, which provides training and practical exposure to Airport Management. Similarly, ICRI provides Amadeus Training, which is one of the largest software travel companies specializing in Ticketing & Reservation.

ICRI is a top MBA institute for Aviation Management, renowned for years of excellence in delivering a world-class student experience. The college offers industry immersion programs that give students real-time aviation industry exposure. The MBA Aviation Management program prepares students for various specified roles in the aviation industry by providing in-depth training in different areas, such as airport management, ground handling, safety & security, cabin crew training, ticketing, and other specialized domains. The course curriculum is designed to equip aspirants with specialized knowledge and training in areas to be served in the aviation industry, including fleet management, ground handling, cargo, safety & security, customer service, medical tourism, crew scheduling, and ticketing. This program provides hands-on experience in the following training areas at our facility, making you a preferred candidate for your future employer. Graduates with 50% in Commerce, Statistics, Maths, Science, and Economics are eligible to enroll in this program.

Ajeenkya DY Patil University, one of the known private universities in Pune, offers numerous undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate programs in multiple academic fields, including engineering, management, media, design, and law. Additionally, ADYPU is a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

“Ajeenkya DY Patil University is delighted to partner with ICRI, which is focused on futuristic programs through its unique University-Industry partnership model with a history of imparting High-quality training in new-age careers. We look forward to a path-breaking program in BBA Aviation Management, MBA Aviation Management, BBA Logistics Management, and MBA Logistics Management and leading to the creation of a center of excellence in these domains at ADYPU.”

Commenting on the alliance, Kanishk Dugal- COO of ICRI, said, “We are pleased with our collaboration with the prestigious Ajeenkya DY Patil University. We aim to achieve the highest academic excellence to meet global standards with relevance to the needs of the industry.It is our continuous endeavor to make students job-ready professionals in New Age sectors, and our campus placements are a strong reflection of the success of ICRI.”