The eligibility criteria required to become a pilot are as under:-
The qualification required to become a pilot is 10+2 with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as major subjects. and aged at least 16 years are eligible to get SPL. To get the SPL you should register at a flying club which is recognised by directorate General of Civil Aviation Government of India. An oral examination in subjects such as a regulations, aviation metallurgy, navigation, engine and specific follows the registration and successful completion of examination and titles you for an SPL certificate. The candidate should have Commercial pilot's license, airline certifications. The candidate should have experience of 250 hours in flight. For more information view link: Click here
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To Become a pilot:-
Qualification - 10+2 with minimum 50% marks in Physics,Chemistry,Math.
After completed 12th You should join any Air Flying School for compliting SPL,PPl,CPL training.
Physical Requirement -To get the admission in flying school you need to clear the entrance test exam of the flying schools in India, they also need to clear the physical fitness . Only totally fit person can get opportunity to get admission in flying schools.
These are some Flying School Names :-
Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi, Uttar Pradesh
Flying Training Institute, Behala, Calcutta
Government Aviation Training Institute, Civil aerodrome, Bhubaneswar