4. Flight Training: You'll need to earn a Student Pilot License (SPL) to begin your flight training. You can enroll in a flight school or take lessons with a certified flight instructor. The flight training must be conducted in a DGCA approved Flying Training Organization (FTO).
5. Build Flight Experience: You'll need to log a certain amount of flight hours to become a commercial pilot. The minimum requirement for a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) in India is 200 hours of flying time which includes a certain number of hours of cross country flying, night flying, and instrument flying.
Becoming a pilot requires a significant investment of time, money, and effort, but it can be a rewarding career for those who are passionate about aviation. It is important to check the requirements and regulations of the DGCA and the FTOs before starting your flight training.