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The basic eligibility for becoming a Pilot is 10+2 with physics and mathematics and the minimum marks should be 50%. The applicant needs to be above 17 years of age.
An entrance examination as well as physical examination is conducted as a primary screening process.
The entrance examination will consists of questions in objective nature from topics of general english, physics, chemistry and reasoning.
The syllabus will be of 12th standard. The candidates who clear this exam will undergo a screening test called Pilot Ap
Pilot or Aeronautical Engineering courses are definitely costly courses due to the training involved in it. However, you take a loan from a bank to make your dream come true to become a Pilot. Hope you are medically and physically eligible for Pilot training and license.
However, I would suggest why don't you check out scientifically which Engineering you are suitable for? This can be possible through a psychometric test from CareerGuide.com called as Engineering Branch Selector Test. This psychometric test will test your aptitude in terms of engineering, your real interests, in
Job Duties of a pilot are to:
Inspect aircraft prior to flights to ensure that the equipment is functioning right.
Check baggage/cargo for proper loading and review data such as load weights/ fuel supplies/weather conditions, and flight schedules to determine flight plans.
Select routes, heights, and speeds that provide the safest, and smoothest flights and to calculate the speed required to become airborne.
Monitor engine operation, fuel consumption, plan flights and prepare flight assessment reports.
Handle critical situations like poor visibility and to check the flight performance of new
You have not provided adequate details of your educational background. Well, it seems you are confused a career option between management and commercial pilot. I assume that you know eligibility for doing MBA and commercial pilot. Both are very different discipline and hence have eligibility criteria. I would recommend you to first go through the eligibility criteria and self-assess. If you are eligible for both, then you need to assess your aptitude, interest and personality. Commercial pilot requires very high cognitive capabilities. . I would recommend you to first go through the eligibilit
Commercial Pilot and MBA both have career scope. Do not compare.
The best way to decide your career is to attempt the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide. This is a psychometric test which is scientifically designed and it will judge your aptitude, inter personal abilities and interests. The report gets generated instantly. You can then talk to me over phone.
After 12 PCM you can take Pilot Training from an institute recognised by DGCA. After the completion of the course and successful passing of the exam, you can get a license for commercial pilot. As you have mentioned your desire to become an airline pilot, you need to get a commercial pilot license. This is known as CPL license, and to get this license you should undergo a pilot training and pass a government approved written and practical exam conducted by DGCA Government of India. To get this CPL license, you should enroll in a pilot training institute and these institutes in India are recogn
To become a Commercial Pilot in India, you have to complete 12th Science with Physics, Chemistry and Biology, with more than 50%. Then you can apply for Commercial Pilot Training in a recognized training center and then after the prescribed hours of flying is done, you can apply for Commercial pilot License.
As you have mentioned your desire to become an airline pilot, you need to get a commercial pilot license. This is known as CPL license, and to get this license you should undergo a pilot training and pass a government approved written and practical exam conducted by DGCA Government o
To become a Commercial Pilot in India, you need to pass 12th with Science (Physics, chemistry and Mathematics) with more than 50%. Then you can apply for Commercial Pilot Training in a recognized training center and then after the prescribed hours of flying is done, you can apply for Commercial pilot License.
As you have mentioned your desire to become an airline pilot, you need to get a commercial pilot license. This is known as CPL license, and to get this license you should undergo a pilot training and pass a government approved written and practical exam conducted by DGCA Gover
To become a pilot you need a bachelor's degree in aircraft operations, aviation, aeronautical engineering, or a related field. But, if you have already done B.tech then why don’t you pursue a course which will add on to your qualification and if you are thinking to shift your field at this stage, its actually not a good option. I would suggest you to stick to your course and do something related to that which will give your exposure. I would recommend you to first go through the eligibility criteria and self-assess. if you want to become pilot then you need to complete up to two mo
Yes, girls can join Indian Air Force through AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission test) and CDS (Combined Defense Services) exams. Air Force Common Admission test: You can join flying, technical and ground duty branch through this examination. Bachelor's degree in technology with minimum 60% is required from a recognized university for flying and technical branch and for ground duty branch, bachelor's degree in any discipline is required from a recognized university. Age limit for Flying branch should lie between 19-23 years, for technical branch it should be between 18-28 years and
Sight is a pilot's most important ability, and flying puts it to the test. Pilots face problems such as blind spots, low visibility and areas with few visual references, along with the normal limitations of sight. As the Federal Aviation Administration's "Pilot Vision" explains, beyond a one-degree cone within the 135-degree normal field of vision, sight acuity drops 90 percent. Switching focus can take several seconds. Fully adapting to low light can take up to 45 minutes. Facing such challenges, it's easy to see why the FAA requires good pilot eyesight.
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Mr. Stanley has excellently give all the details to become a Commercial Pilot.
I would too like to ask you that if you are a BTech why are you moving to Pilot as a career? How did you take this decision? As a Counsellor, I would not like to just tell you about how to become a Pliot, but since I am worried with your decision, I am concerned.
Which Engineering have you done? Kindly let me know.
I think shifting career seems very easy for you but the industry fact is different.
I would suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test from Careerguide.com
This psychometric test
Getting a job easily cannot be said in any industry. And when it is concerned with the Airlines, it is still difficult to say.
You need to apply and keep your hopes alive.
Wish you good luck...