05/13/2016 at 12:00 am #101Naushad AlamMemberPoints: 15Rank: Amateur
How to become a pilot??
05/25/2016 at 12:00 am #4686Navneet AnandMemberPoints: 79Rank: Rookie
Hello Naushad,Being a pilot is one of the finest, toughest and best careers across the globe.Every year, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) will conduct pilot license examination in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Patna, Guwahati, Bhopal, IGRUA, Bhubaneshwar, Hyderabad, Bangalore, & Kochi. If anyone is interfered to join for Indian Air Force (IAF), they need to clear the NDA examination.
Requirements: Candidates who are applying for pilot training license, must undergo a medical test. Candidates should meet the requirements set by the DGCA. There is no need to be in perfect health to be a commercial pilot, but to get a job as an army pilot and other public sector pilots, perfect health is mandatory. Who can become pilot: Candidates whose age is above 18 years. Candidates who have passed 10+2 in science discipline with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects. Candidates who have passed diploma in any engineering discipline. Candidates who have passed bachelor’s degree in science with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects.
The training cost in India is approx 15-20 lakhs.
05/26/2016 at 12:00 am #4740Pulkit SharmaMemberPoints: 126Rank: Semi Pro
Hi,Here are the steps you can take to become a pilot:
- Obtain a College Education
- Gain Flying Hours
- Earn a Pilot’s License
- Complete Additional Tests and Training
- Work as a Pilot
- Advance in the Field
All the best!!
01/05/2017 at 12:00 am #6728Shraddha GoelMemberPoints: 474Rank: Rookie
There are two ways to become a pilot and obtain an education in the same:
(i) NDA Entry: 10 + 2 male students with Mathematics and Physics as their subjects can apply provided they are between 16 1/2 Yrs -19 Yrs of age and are unmarried. NDA Advertisements are released by UPSC in March and September every year. Aspirants must remember that UPSC releases advertisements 15 months in advance for courses commencing January and July every year. This is for permanent commission into the Flying Branch of the IAF.
(ii) CDSE Entry: A qualified graduate or a final-year B.E/B. Tech in any discipline with Physics and Mathematics at 10 +2 level can apply through CDSE if he/she is unmarried and between 19-23 Yrs of age. Candidates have to apply in response to the Flying Branch Advertisements given during Apr and Oct by UPSC. Aspirants must remember that UPSC releases advertisements 15 months in advance for courses commencing January and July every year. This is for permanent commission into the Flying Branch of the IAF.
All the best 🙂