Obtain a Class 12th qualification with Physics, Mathematics, and English as mandatory subjects.
Select a DGCA-approved flying school in India to pursue your pilot training.
Undergo a thorough medical examination by a DGCA-approved doctor to obtain a Class 1 Medical Certificate.
Enroll in a flying school to complete the PPL course, which includes flight training and theory exams.
Acquire an Instrument Rating (IR) by completing additional flight training and exams.
After obtaining a PPL and IR, pursue CPL training that includes flight hours, theory exams, and a flight skill test.
Obtain a Multi-Engine Rating (MER) by completing training on multi-engine aircraft.
Accumulate the required flight hours, typically 200-250 hours, through various flying assignments or by working as a flight instructor.
Obtain an ATPL by completing additional flight hours, passing exams, and meeting specific criteria.
Apply for pilot positions in airlines or other aviation organizations, undergo selection processes, and start your career as a pilot in India.