How many pilot training Centres are there in India?

How many pilot training Centres are there in India?

There are around 110 Flying/Pilot Training colleges in India. Out of these approximately 98\% are private and rest are public/government. The students are required to complete each level.

How can I get free pilot training in India?

Free training of Pilot at NDA

  1. Scholarship by Saraswati Aviation Academy.
  2. Scholarship by Air India.
  3. Scholarship by Indian Airlines.
  4. Scholarship by Rajiv Gandhi Foundation.
  5. Scholarship by JRD Tata Memorial.
  6. Scholarship by Government Aviation Training Institute (GATI)
  7. Scholarship to reserved category candidates SC or ST.

What is the pilot training centre?

Pilot Training Centre is a subsidiary of ‘Pilot Welfare Charitable Trust’ (PWC) which is created by the professional ninjas and pioneers of the aviation world and dedicated to the education and training in the aviation industry. Our training organization, ‘Pilot Training Centre’, is a self sustaining profitable training Institute.

Which are the top 10 commercial pilot training institutes in India?

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Top 10 commercial pilot training institutes in India 1. Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Academy, Rae Bareilli 2. CAE Oxford, Gondia, Madhyapradesh 3. Chimes Aviation academy, Dhana, Sagar, Madhyapradesh 4. Carver Aviation Academy, Baramati, Maharashtra 5. GATI- Govt. Aviation training Institute, Bhuvaneswar, Orissa

What is the eligibility criteria for pilot training in India?

Pilot Training Eligibility Criteria. Step 1: To become a commercial pilot in India, candidates first have to possess a Student Pilot License. To get the SPL candidates must be class 12th pass with science as a mandatory stream.

What are the job opportunities for pilots in India?

The pilots can get job opportunities in India as well as abroad. Also, individuals can get into the industry as trainers and instructors wherein they will train the students or even to work with the recruits. Training and instructing also needs three to four years of flying experience.