COURSE DESCRIPTION


Commercial Pilot Licence is Diploma level Civil Aviation course. Commercial Pilot Licence is such a qualification that permits the Diploma holder to act as the pilot in command of a single pilot aircraft, or as co-pilot of a multi-pilot aircraft and be paid for his/her work. The purpose of this syllabus is to outline a Commercial Pilot Training course where understanding of concepts is emphasized. Each lesson will build on the material learned in the previous session. The student is expected to study the indicated material prior to the beginning of the session. The duration of the course is one and half years but it may be more or less than this depending on the rules and regulations of different institutes. The course is an important and valuable in nature that offers many career scopes after its completion.


Diploma in Commercial Pilot Licence Eligibility

  • Students should have passed 10+2 or its equivalent with a minimum of 50 percent marks in mathematics and physics. (If you don’t have Physics & Mathematics in 10+2 you have an option of doing these two subjects from National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand Examinations and can still start your Pilot training course.

Diploma in Commercial Pilot Licence Course Suitability

  • They should have good discipline, patience, responsibility, punctuality, commitment and self-confidence.
  • The job requires a lot of hard work, stamina, alertness of mind, adaptability to follow difficult time schedules, good team spirit etc.
  • They must be mentally very alert in every situation; emotional stability in crisis situations is another characteristic that the pilots should have.
  • Apart from these qualities, the persons willing to take up this as profession should be calm, pleasant, compassionate, adventurous, understanding and technically sound.

How is Diploma in Commercial Pilot Licence Course Beneficial?

  • After having passed the Diploma course they can find employment opportunities in both government (Indian Airlines, Air India) as well as private domestic and international (Jet Airways, Sahara etc.) airlines. Even large corporate houses with their own aircraft require the services of pilots.
  • They can also go for the higher degrees in the very subjects like graduation and ahead of it.

COURSE ELIGIBILITY


Students should have passed 10+2 or its equivalent with a minimum of 50 percent marks in mathematics and physics. (If you don’t have Physics & Mathematics in 10+2 you have an option of doing these two subjects from National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand Examinations and can still start your Pilot training course.
  • Diploma in Commercial Pilot Licence Syllabus

    The given syllabus is offered by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

    Sr. No.

    Subjects of Study

    (A)

    Air Navigation

    1

    Basics of Navigation

    2

    Magnetism and Compasses

    3

    Charts

    4

    Dead Reckoning Navigation (DR)

    5

    In-flight Navigation

    (B)

    Mass and Balance - Aeroplane

    1

    Introduction to Mass and Balance

    2

    Loading

    3

    Centre of Gravity (cg)

    (C)

    Performance

    1

    Performance of Single-Engine Aeroplanes

    2

    Performance of Multi-Engine Aeroplanes

    (D)

    Flight Planning and Monitoring-Aeroplanes

    1

    Flight Plans for Cross Country Flights

    2

    ICAO ATC Flight Plan

    3

    Practical Flight Planning

    4

    Practical Completion of a ‘Flight Plan’ (flight plan, flight log, nav log ATC plan, etc.)

    (E)

    Radio Navigation

    1

    Radio Aids

    2

    Basic Radar Principles

    3

    Self-contained and External-Referenced Navigation Systems

    (F)

    Instrumentation

    1

    Flight Instruments

    2

    Power Plant and System Monitoring Instruments

    (G)

    Aviation Meteorology

    1

    The Atmosphere

    2

    Wind

    3

    Thermodynamics

    4

    Clouds and Fog

    5

    Precipitation

    6

    Air masses and Fronts

    7

    Pressure Systems

    8

    Climatology

    9

    Flight Hazards

    10

    Meteorological Information

    (H)

    Air Regulation (International Agreements and Organizations)

     1

    Airworthiness of Aircraft

     2

    Aircraft Nationality and Registration Marks

     3

    Personnel Licensing

     4

    Rules of the Air

     5

    Procedures for Air Navigation – Aircraft Operations

     6

    Air Traffic Services

     7

    Aeronautical Information Service

     8

    Aerodromes

     9

    Facilitation

     10

    Search and Rescue

     11

    Security

     12

    Aircraft Accident Investigation

     13

    National Law – National Law and differences to relevant ICAO Annexes and CARs.

     

    Human Performance & Limitations

     1

    Human Factors: Basic Concepts

     2

    Basic Aviation Physiology and Health Maintenance

     3

    Basic Aviation Psychology

     

    Operational Procedures

     1

    Operational Procedures – Special and Emergency Procedures General

     2

    Special Operational Procedures and Hazards (General Aspects)

     

    Communications

     1

    VFR Communications

     2

    IFR Communications

    (I)

    Aircraft & Engine – Technical General

    A

    Aircraft and Engines

     1

    Airframe and Systems

     2

    Electrics

     3

    Power Plant

     4

    Emergency Equipment

    B

    Principles of Flight

     1

    Subsonic Aerodynamics

     2

    Transonic Aerodynamics

     3

    Stability

     4

    Control

     5

    Limitations

     6

    Propellers

     7

    Flight Mechanics

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