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Drone Pilot: You can earn a lot by flying drones, know how to get its license and what is the course..

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There was a time when drones were used only in a few places. Those who flew it were special and only a few people had this training. But things changed with time and now drones are used almost everywhere from security to the media industry. Be it a wedding or a film shoot, drones reach where no one reaches. Its increasing use has also opened the doors of careers. So if you also want to make a career in this field, then read important information related to it here.

Used for these works
Drones are used for both commercial and recreational work. If media reports are to be believed, the drone industry can be up to Rs 900 crore in the year 2024. Therefore, making a career in this field does not seem to be a loss deal from anywhere.

What is the qualification?
Many times professional training has to be taken to fly a drone, whereas sometimes this work can be done even without a professional certificate. However, if you want to fly a drone commercially, then you will have to take training related to it. The eligibility for this varies according to the institute. Generally, candidates who have passed 10th and 12th from a recognized board can apply.

How to become a pilot (Career As A Drone Pilot)
In our country, to become a drone pilot and get a license, the candidate has to take training from an institute recognized by DGCA. The eligibility for this is the 12th pass. Along with this, the candidate also has to pass the medical examination, and his background is checked by the government agency.

To get the license, a written exam has to be given after completing the training. DGCA gives the license. The course fee according to the institute, can range from 30 thousand to 1 lakh.

Note these important websites.
The Indian Government has launched a website named Digital Sky some time ago. From this, you will get all the information about drones, permissions, etc. On the map present here, you will find green, yellow, and red zones as well as flying and non-flying zones.

Do the course from here.
Flytech Aviation Academy, Hyderabad
Alliance University, Anekal, Bengaluru
Fore Institute of Drone Technology and Research, Gurugram
Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Udan Academy, Fursatganj Airfield, Amethi
Madhav Institute of Technology and Science, Gwalior
The Bombay Flying Club - Juhu Airport, Mumbai
CASR Anna University - Centre for Aerospace Research MIT Campus, Chennai.

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