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26th August 2015, 02:25 PM
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How a science graduate without maths can become a Pilot?


HI I am science graduate without Maths as subject. I want to be a part of airlines as Pilot.. How do I proceed further.




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28th August 2015, 03:19 AM
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Default Re: How a science graduate without maths can become a Pilot?

# The career as pilot is highly rewarding and lucrative. Pilots are specialised professionals which are meant for flying various kind of aeroplanes, helicopters, aircrafts etc.

# Followings are the qualities required by an pilot which are:

* Ability to take quick decision
* Mentally active
* Self-confident
* Good eye sight
* Must not have colour vision.
* Physically fit

# Followings are the things which a pilot has to keep in mind that:

* The comfort of passengers and crew.
* Schedule of plane.
* Safety of plane.
* Efficiency of plane.

# The eligibility criteria required for pilot course:

* Must have completed 10+2 in subjects Physics and Mathematics.
* Must have attained the age of 17 years.
* Must fulfil the prescribed physical and medical fitness parameters set by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

# Presently the average cost of pilot training i.e.Commercial Pilot Licence is Rs. 20-25 lacs which involves around 200 hours of training in flying.

# Followings are the institutes which offers training in flying are:

* Institute of Aviation and Aviation Safety (IAAS), Mumai
* Orient Flight School Chennai, Puducherry
* BSC Aviation Science, University of Mumbai.
* Thakur College of Aviation, Kandivili, Mumbai
* Rajiv Gandhi National Flight Training Institute
* Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi




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