BY DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION
As a Pilot, you need to have strong theoretical knowledge covering a range of subjects such as Air Regulations, Air Meteorology, Air Navigation, Technical knowledge, etc. The passing percentage for DGCA exams is 70% and you will truly have to dedicate a lot of time to these exams.
The (DGCA) conducts examinations for the issue of Flight Crew Licenses, in accordance with Rule 38 & Schedule II of Aircraft Rules 1937. The Central Examination Organisation(CEO) of DGCA, located at R. K. Puram, New Delhi, India is responsible for conducting these examinations in accordance with CAR Section-7. These exams are generally conducted online, at the designated centers.
Check out the latest Flight Crew examination circular here.
The applicants / candidates are required to interact with this portal (PARIKSHA DGCA) for Registration, Profile update, Allotment of Computer Number/ Roll Number, printing Admit cards etc.
ELIGIBILITY & PROCEDURE TO APPLY
Every project begins with an idea, but it’s what happens to that idea along the way that counts.
Go through all items in the User Manual and get ready to check them off the list one by one!
DGCA enlists the syllabus of Flight Crew Examinations for SPL, PPL, CPL, and ATPL under the latest CAR, Section-7, Series-B on the DGCA website.
RECOMMENDED BOOKS & STUDY MATERIAL
Find where to begin studying, here. You can opt for self-study given enough time or go for coaching classes (Online or Offline)
RADIO TELEPHONY RESTRICTED(AEROPLANES)
RTR (A) is conducted by the Wireless Planning & Coordination Wing (WPC) of India for the award of Certificate of Proficiency and License to operate in the Aero mobile service.
The examination takes place in two parts;
Part 1: Regulations & Procedures practical test & Part 2: Oral Examination/ VIVA
Faguni Saxena (DGCA & FAA Commercial Pilot)
Dipeet Mehta (UK, EASA Airline Pilot)
Please note all information is based on practical experience and procedures with regulations valid at that time. Always check for the most updated information directly with the supplier, regulator, and other means. We hope you enjoy our website!
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