A) PRIVATE PILOT (PPL)
The Private Pilot (PPL) course is the first step in the process of becoming a professional airline pilot. The License allows you to carry passengers, but you will not be able to fly for compensation or hire.
The candidate is required to have passed the matriculation examination 10th from any recognized board conducted by Govt. of India in any combination or any other recognized equivalent examination. The candidate must be at least 17 years of age.
B) COMMERCIAL PILOT (CPL)
The Commercial Pilot course builds upon the knowledge that you have received in your private pilot training. It also introduces the privileges and limitations set forth by civil aviation authority for commercial pilots.
The candidate is required to have passed the higher secondary examination (10+2) from any recognized board conducted by Govt. of India in any combination or any other recognized equivalent examination with Maths, Physics and Chemistry.
On successful completion of CPL program, candidate selected by the Airlines Company after adequate training he or she can work as Co-pilot or First Officer. On completion, the student may either enter into commercial airlines or general aviation companies as Pilot. After completion of CPL he/she can work as an AFI (Assistant Flight Instructor). After getting experience in flying hours he/she can became a CFI (Chief Flight Instructor).