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23rd November 2016, 07:59 PM
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What subjects to take after 10th standard to become a pilot in future?


I want to became a pilot and I am in 10th standard so what should I do after completing my 10 standard exam and I am a female? Can you please tell me which subject to opt next to get the admission for pilot in future? Awaiting for the response.




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25th November 2016, 11:10 AM
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I want to became a pilot and I am in 10th standard so what should I do after completing my 10 standard exam and I am a female? Can you please tell me which subject to opt next to get the admission for pilot in future? Awaiting for the response.

One can take Mathematics, Physics and English subjects along with other subjects in 10+2, to become a pilot in future. One has to get trained as a pilot through a Commercial Pilot Training course. The course is eligible for the candidates who have passed higher secondary or 12th standard with a minimum of 50% marks in Mathematics and Physics. The admission will be done through an entrance examination in some institutions. One has to be fit to fly physically and mentally. So you can take the group in which you can study Physics and Mathematics.




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25th November 2016, 04:02 PM
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For becoming a pilot, you need to study physics and maths at class 12th level. Hence, you must opt for PCM stream in class 11th, if your aim is to become a pilot. Being a female, you can apply for Indian air force only after graduation for flying branch through CDS and AFCAT.

You can study graduation in subject like engineering, physics and maths to become eligible for CDS and AFCAT for pilot job. You also need excellent eyesight and there is a separate test which is called PABT, which you need to pass.




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25th November 2016, 04:25 PM
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In order to make your career as a Pilot after the completion of class 10th, first of all you must have to opt Science stream in class 11th. Under Science stream, you must opt Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as a subject combination to proceed towards your career of Pilot.
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25th November 2016, 04:34 PM
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For being a pilot you have to get a Student Pilot License (SPL) first. For that you have complete your intermediate in science stream with the subjects including Physics and Maths. After that you have to register yourself in a recognized flying club by DGCA. After that you have to face 4 level training. Thanks
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25th November 2016, 08:10 PM
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There is no such specific subject for in +2 level of standard in order to become a Pilot in future, you should just have to opt for Science in your +2 level and should have scored a minimum of 60% in aggregate.

You will have to either opt for JEE(Main) examination or you should have to opt for NDA examination in future in order to become a pilot in future.
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25th November 2016, 10:36 PM
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It is great to see that you want to become a pilot.

If you can really work hard for it, then Maths and Physics are going to get you through. They are very important and compulsory subjects for the flying course. You need to study them in as vast as possible in the schooling.

If you want to be a pilot in the Indian Air Force, then there are chance for you.

There are two exams namely, CDSE and AFCAT, details of which are as follows :

CDSE is conducted by the UPSC twice a year in the month of February and October for the recruitment of officers in the defence forces.

The eligibility criteria for the same is as follows :

* The candidate should be a citizen of India.

* The candidate should be mentally and physically fit.

* The candidate should have done the graduation under the scheme of 10+2+3 at least from a recognized university.

* The minimum age for appearing is 21 years at least.

You can appear in the examination right from the final year of your graduation degree.


AFCAT stands for the Air Force Common Admission Test.

It is the test conducted by the India Air Force twice the year for the recruitment of Engineers as the officers in the IAF.

According to the notification released by the IAF, the eligibility criteria is as follows :

* The candidate should be a citizen of India.

* The candidate should be mentally and physically fit.

* The candidate should have done the Engineering (BE/BTech) from any stream.

* The minimum age for appearing is 21 years at least.

You can appear in the examination right from the final year of your Engineering degree.
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