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India DGCA CPL 10+2 Requirement

Old 18th Apr 2014, 01:06
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Red face India DGCA CPL 10+2 Requirement

Hello everyone!

I'm currently doing my A Levels (British equivalent to Indian +2) in English Language and Geography in Dubai.
I have also done 7 subjects at the IGCSE level (British equivalent to Indian 10th standard) which include Maths and Physics.

According to the Indian DGCA, in order to get a CPL, one has to have done this +2 in Maths and Physics. Since I haven't and do not intend on doing so since no other country requires this, is their any way around it or are my dreams of becoming a pilot completely squashed due to such rules?

I can still get a PPL with my current qualification without Maths and Physics at the +2 level, but what use is that if I'm not able to get a CPL afterwards?
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