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The equivalent of a vehicle driver's license is a Remote Pilot License. In India, a license is necessary to use a drone for business. Commercial flight without a Remote Pilot License is prohibited.

Drone pilot training is essential if you want to become a licensed remote pilot and also helps you develop the necessary drone flying abilities.

Remote Pilot Licenses are separated into three categories according to the kind of drone. Which are:

CAT1 Remote Pilot License Basic - up to Small Category, for operation only in visual line of sight in Green Zones up to 400ft altitude

CAT2 Remote Pilot License Special- up to Medium Category, for operation in all zones beyond visual line of sight and beyond 400ft altitude

CAT3 Remote Pilot License Advance- up to Large Category, for operation in all zones beyond visual line of sight and beyond 400ft altitude.

You can fly a certain category of drone with each type of pilot license. To fly a small category drone, you must have a CAT2 Remote Pilot Special License.

Flying Beyond Visual Line of Sight requires both a CAT2 or CAT3 license and the necessary DGCA authorization.

No, according to the rules, there are no special provisions. The prerequisites for a Student Remote Pilot License are the same as those for a Remote Pilot License.

If you are using a nano or micro drone for non-commercial activities, getting trained is not required. The only way to obtain the Remote Pilot Licence for commercial and professional flying is through training, which also aids in learning the required abilities.

Licenses for remote pilots are good for 10 years until they are suspended or revoked. Additionally, a remote pilot license may only be used if it is registered with the Digital Sky Platform.

Any recognized Remote Pilot Training Organization (RPTO), such as Droneverse, can renew a remote pilot license for up to ten years. Refresher courses that are listed on the Digital Sky Platform may be needed of you.

your age must be 18-65; you should have passed class 10th or equivalent examination from a recognized board; you should have completed the training prescribed for the applicable class of remote pilot license from an authorized RPTO.

The drone sector is being aggressively supported and grown by the Indian government. The need for drone pilots is expected to increase dramatically as a result of this rise. Given that the business has already begun to develop, it is a solid career choice.

No, not always. For instruction, we have UIN-certified micro and small class drones. You only need to enroll, then you can relax.

We can, however, let you to bring your drone if you want to use it for training as a pastime.

We offer first-rate instruction and a great environment for the duration of the course. Additionally, we provide career counseling and 100% placement support. Overall, we assist with producing and delivering your Remote Pilot Certification via the Digital Sky gateway.

Our 5-day DGCA Drone Pilot Training course begins every Monday through Friday. For other courses, we can begin when it is most convenient for you.

Please remember to provide the physical copies made via Xerox of the submitted papers. Nevertheless, you are not needed to bring any laptops. Simply sign up for the course and use Droneverse to enter the world of drones.

We truly mean it when we say that we will help you get a job. Every single one of our students who sought work has been placed. On our website, you may read about our accomplishments.

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