Flying & Gliding Trainings

There are three aviation centres of Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation i.e. Hisar, Karnal and Pinjore and gliding training is provided at Hisar and Pinjore.   Flying training facilities are available at Karnal.

1.  FLYING TRAINING:

The following courses for flying training are imparted:

A)  Private Pilot Licence (PPL)

A candidate sponsored by this department and declared medically fit by an Air Force Chief Medical Officer/ Principal approved Medical Officer can undergo flying training.  A candidate is required to undergo flying training for 60 hours and to pass the following technical papers for the issuance of Private Pilot Licence:-

i)

  Air Regulation

ii)

  Aviation Metrology

iii)

  Air Navigation

iv)

  Technical (General & Specific)

The Approximate Duration of Training for PPL is one to two years.  The holder of Private Pilot Licence can fly the aircraft with passengers but can not seek job on commercial basis.

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B)  Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL)

For commercial Pilot Licence training, a candidate is required to undergo flying training for a total of 200 hours besides passing the following technical papers :-

i)

  Air Regulation

ii)

  Aviation Metrology

iii)

  Air Navigation

iv)

  Technical (General & Specific type Aircraft)

v)

  Radio Telephone.

vi)

  Wireless Telegraphy (Morse: Six words per minute)

The approximate duration of training for this licence is five years as per rules of Director General of Civil Aviation, Government of India, New Delhi.  The holder of Commercial Pilot Licence can seek Commercial employment.  Licence are issued by the Director General of Civil Aviation, Government of India, New Delhi.

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2.  GLIDING TRAINING:

Gliding Pilot Licence (GPL)

A candidate has to do 70 launches, 5 hours gliding solo and total 10 hours of gliding dual and solo and to pass the following technical papers for the issue of Glider Pilot Licence:

i)

  Air Regulation

ii)

  Aviation Metrology

iii)

  Air Navigation

iv)

  Aircraft Instruments

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3.  APPERNTICESHIP TRAINING:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

Apprenticeship Training facility for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence is also available at the three Training Centres of Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation situated at Hisar, Karnal and Pinjore.

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4.  PROSPECTUS/ APPLICATION FORM:

The admission for flying and gliding training is made through advertisement in prominent News Papers of the Region.

The prospectus along with application form can be obtained after making payment of Rs.50/- in cash on any working day from this office at Chandigarh and is also available at Branches of Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation at Civil Aerodrome Karnal, Pinjore and Hisar or by sending a bank draft of Rs.50/- in favour of “Adviser Civil Aviation, Haryana” payable at Chandigarh.

The application form given here is a specimen and without form serial number. Application forms downloaded/ printed from internet are not acceptable. Please get the Prospectus along with application form (with form serial number) from the offices of Civil Aviation, Haryana.

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5.  ELIGIBILITY FOR TRAINING:

The age and qualification required for admission towards training are given below :-

Sr.
No.

  Type of Licence

Age

Qualification

Number. of
sponsored students

Number of
Non-sponsored students

1.

  Private Pilot

17-25 years
 

10+2 with Physics & Math from a recognised Board

30 for all three training centers of HICA

  15 only for
flying training

(50% of sponsored students)

2.

  Commercial Pilot

18-25 years
 

3.

  GliderPilot

16-25 years

Matric from a recognised Board

And the participants should be declared medically fit by Air Force Chief Medical Officer/ Principal approved Medical Officer can undergo flying training

6.  HOSTEL FACILITIES:

Hostel facilities for boys are available at Karnal, Pinjore and Hisar @ Rs. 500/- per student.

7.  SPONSORSHIP:

Thirty students will be sponsored by the State Government for flying training all three training centres of Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation put together during the year 2006 – 2007. Non sponsored students will also be selected by the respective training centres of HICA alongwith the admission of sponsored candidates once a year and the number of such students will not exceed 50% of the sponsored students.  Private Pilot Licence holders and Haryana domiciled  may apply for Commercial Pilot Licence.  

8.  SCHOLARSHIP:

Scholarship and financial concessions are available to the Haryana domiciled boys, girls and those belonging to SC/ST categories.  Caste and Haryana domicile certificate issued (within six months) by the City Magistrate may be attached with the application form.

9.  PROCEEDURE:

There will be a written test of one hour duration in order to test the aptitude of candidates towards flying/ gliding training and their knowledge of day to day events and Physics, Mathematics and general knowledge upto 10+2 class standard. No TA/DA will be paid to the candidates for attending the written test/ interview. Candidates who will qualify in the written test will be called for interview.

10.  BANK GUARANTEE/ CASH DEPOSIT:

After selection and declared medically fit for flying training a candidate is required to render bank guarantee/ cash deposit of Rs.10,000/- (Rupees Ten Thousand only) in favour of the Adviser, Civil Aviation, Haryana, Chandigarh with the respective training centre of Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation in the state which will be refunded after the completion of flying training for Private Pilot Licence. The students will have to remittance/deposit of Ground Classes fee @ Rs. 10,000/- per student (one time) no form/document of any Pilot Trainee will be forwarded to DGCA for appearing in exams by the Chief Flying Instructor. In case of fresh admission Ground Classes Fee of Rs. 10,000/- per student should be taken alongwith admission fee and flying security.

11.  JOB PROSPECTS:

A pilot having Commercial Pilot Licence  can seek employment in India Airlines, Air India and other organisations. Gliding training is for hobby flying.  However, Glider Pilot Licence holders can seek employment as Glider Instructors after obtaining Instructor training.  Aircraft Maintenance Engineers have job prospectus in Air India, Indian Airlines and other organisations.