To become a Commercial Pilot, one must possess CPL(Commercial Pilot Licence).This Licence is Issued after a candidate clears the training program from an institute recognized by the Civil Aviation Authority of that particular country(DGCA) in case India).
But to join CPL training Program a candidate has to meet certain minimum Educational qualifications requirements.
Here they are –
Educational qualification : Minimum qualification required is 10+2 with physics & Maths
(If you don’t have Physics & Maths in 10+2 you have an option of passing these two subjects at 10+2 level from one of the institute On – Demand Examinations and can start your Pilot Training course.
Age: 18 years of Age completion
Medical : Class || Medical is to be done by a DGCA approved medical examiner. The list of DGCA approved medical examiner is available on the at link http://www.dgca.nic.in/medical/c1exam-ind.htm
Class | Medical could be obtained in due course of Training.
Ground Training :
- Air Regulations
- Air Navigation
- Aviation Meteorology
- Technical General ( Aircraft and Engines)
- Technical Specific
- RTR ( Radio Telephony Restricted)
Flying Training : Hours of Flying as per DGCA Syllabus