The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is a statutory body of the Government of India to regulate civil aviation in India. It became a statutory body under the Aircraft (Amendment) Act, 2020. The DGCA investigates aviation accidents and incidents, maintains all regulations related to aviation and is responsible for issuance of licenses pertaining to aviation like PPL's, SPL's and CPL's in India. It is headquartered are on Sri Aurobindo Marg, opposite Safdarjung Airport New Delhi.CEA Aviation offers admission to all aspirants wishing to start Best DGCA Ground Classes In India, which you can enrol for with us.Once you clear the DGCA exams our experienced Counsellors willbhelp you in choosing best flight academy abroad.
We offer ground school training for following 6 subjects :-
Aviation meteorologists provide weather information to airline operations, flight dispatchers, and pilots. The meteorologist must determine both the current and forecasted weather conditions for all altitudes. These conditions include the wind's direction and speed, cloud cover, visibility, and precipitation.Working as an aviation meteorologist carries a high level of responsibility. Predicting the weather can be challenging and occasionally frustrating. Because planes fly at all hours, aviation meteorologists’ work schedules may include nights, weekends, and holidays, especially if there is an urgent weather situation at hand. An aviation meteorologist needs to have a logical and analytical mind and work calmly under pressure.
Air navigation is navigation while flying. It is used by pilots in aircraft to know their exact position and find their way.There are generally two types of air navigation depending on weather. In good weather, pilots navigate themselves visually with maps. But when the weather is bad and they cannot see the ground, they use special radio navigational instruments or the air traffic controller navigates them. The first kind of navigation is called VFR (visual flight rules) navigation. The second is IFR (instrument flight rules) navigation.
Air regulations tefers to a provision of the code of regulations governing matters of air traffic (as the meeting and overtaking of other aircraft, the use of defined air lanes of travel, or the height of flying over cities)
Technical General is a vast subject and one of the most difficult theory parts of pilot training. To simplify the learning process, we have divided it into smaller chunks. Airframes and systems. Principles of flight. AC, DC and radio propagation.
CPL DGCA Theory Examination Syllabus forTechnical General:-
Aircraft and Engines
Airframe and Systems
Consists of exams on aircraft approved by DGCA. A score of more than 90% is required to pass, If you get below 90% you can resit. Question banks and study materials are available with us for some aircraft.
Radio Telephony Restricted Aero or RTR Exam is considered the toughest of exams a pilot trainee should go through, to get a commercial pilot license it requires a vast area of knowledge.
Conducted by a combined team of the Wireless Planning Commission and the DGCA India, the exam consists of 2 parts.
First part is a practical assessment of your communication capabilities.
Second part is of direct interviews with a WPC representative and a DGCA representative.You will pass the exam only after passing both parts in the same attempt. Those who have cleared part 1 will be called for part 2. Results of part 1 are announced almost immediately and that of part 2, 2-3 weeks after the exam.
CEA Aviation is one of the Best DGCA Ground Classes In Delhi. It offers admission to all the aspirants looking to start with Ground classes.You can enroll for Ground classes for DGCA exam with us.Once you are clear with DGCA exam Counsellor Desk will help you in choosing the best flight academy abroad