Ground Classes for DGCA Papers
One of the most challenging examinations that pilots face are the DGCA CPL & ATPL Written Examinations. With the pass percentage of 70 and a demanding syllabus, choosing the right examination preparation coaching school is paramount to success. We help you connect with the right people and ground school operators.
For acquiring Commercial Pilot License (CPL), DGCA papers that you have to clear depend upon the individual's decision to fly in India or Abroad. If you decide to fly in India then you shall have to clear written exams and One Written Viva Examination, which are Navigation, Technical, Air Regulation, Meteorology and Radio Telephonic. If you decide to fly abroad, then you only need to clear Navigation, Air Regulation, Meteorology and Radio Telephony in the case of CPL.
Following will give you a brief idea about your requirement to become a pilot:
10+2 pass with Physics and Math's and if you are not from the science stream then you can appear for Math's or Physics from the regular university or from National Institute of Open University (NIOS). Once you have cleared these exams, then you will be eligible to pursue CPL.
You have to be medically fit as per DGCA set standards to become a pilot.
1) Carry out class II medical.
2) Wait for assessment of medical results from DGCA
3) On receipt of assessment; you can carry out Class 1 medicals.
Our team will assist you to arrange your DGCA medical.
To receive your computer number you have to arrange verification of your 10th and 12th standard mark sheets from their respective boards. Police clearance certificate is another requirement to obtain the computer number.
Documents required for DGCA computer number:
- 10th and 12th mark sheet
- 10th and 12th mark sheet verification
- ID proof
- Address proof
- Police clearance certificate