DGCA EXAMS–C.P.L

TECHNICAL GENERAL AND TECH SPECIFIC

TECHNICAL GENERAL

It consists of :

  • Aircraft Systems and airframe

  • Principles of flight

  • Engines

  • Electricity

This is one of the most difficult exams comparatively and as the syllabus is vast, I suggest students to divide and understand every sub-subject and then prepare accordingly.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFIC

It consist of technical aspects for a specific aircraft such as Cessna 172, Cessna 152, DA-40, PA34, DA42, etc. A set of manual called Pilot's Operating handbook( POH) is usually referred for this exam. You can apply for this exam once you begin flying a specific aircraft in your flying school.

AIR NAVIGATION, AIR METEOROLOGY, AIR REGULATIONS

AIR NAVIGATION ( 100 Questions)

It consists of: 

  • General Navigation

  • Mass and Balance

  • Flight planning and performance

  • Magnetism

  • Time

  • Radio aids and instruments

  • Communications

Air nav is considered to be the difficult course of all the 3 subjects. The Vast topics require a good knowledge of maths and physics. The maximum questions comes from General Navigation.A good understanding in General Navigation is also required for ATPL exams when you become a Commander.

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AIR METEOROLOGY ( 50 Questions)

It consists of:

  • Earth's atmosphere

  • Pressure

  • Temperature

  • Density

  • Winds/ air masses

  • Clouds/jet streams

  • climatology

  • Hazards

  • Weather charts

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AIR REGULATION(50 Questions)

It consists of:

  • Air navigation

  • Rules of Air

  • Annexes

  • ICAO

  • CARS

  • Air Traffic Services

  • Aeronautical Information Services

  • Search and rescue

  • Security

  • HUMAN PERFORMANCE and LIMITATIONS

  • Operational procedures

  • Communications

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RADIO TELEPHONY RESTRICTED- RTR LICENSE

RTR is a license a pilot needs to operate the radio communication and wireless bandwidth in the aircraft. 

It is operated by IT&Communication department of India and they conduct an exam once in 2 months all over India namely in New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi, Hyderabad in that order.

This exam consist of two Parts:

Part 1:- It consist of a 100 mark question paper with 5 questions of 20 marks each.

  • A flight plan will be given to you and the top 4 questions will be your radio telephonic conversation between you and the ATC(Invigilator) for your entire events of flight.

  • Aviation phraseology must be use to write and speak of both sides of conversation and marks will be allotted accordingly.

  • The last question of the test is either aviation abbreviations, fill in the blanks and True or false.

  • You need a minimum of 50 marks to pass and move to the next level.

Part 2:- This next level is a Viva examination by a DGCA and an IT department officials. They both will individually check your knowledge on Air regulations and Meteorology and the IT official will ask you about the Radio and Nav Aids and communications.

Results are declared Online after two weeks of examinations and you get an RTR License for a lifetime(Optional).

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