Complete 10+2 or equivalent with a minimum of 50% from a recognized Indian board.
Consider pursuing a bachelor's degree that fulfills the specific eligibility requirements of educational institutions.
Enroll in an associate degree program with courses in railroad history, technology, safety, and operational law.
Qualify for the ITI program from an institution approved by the National Council for Vocational Training or State Council of Vocational Training.
Alternatively, obtain an engineering diploma in electrical, electronic, mechanical, or automotive engineering from an AICTE-recognized institute.
Stay updated with the latest job notifications and recruitment processes by regularly checking official railway websites.
Prepare for competitive exams by studying relevant subjects, practicing previous question papers, and seeking guidance from experienced professionals.
Maintain physical fitness and good health, as it is an essential requirement for the job of a Loco Pilot.