Directorate General of Civil Aviation has announced to conduct on-demand online exams (OLODE) to grant licenses to pilots, aircraft maintenance engineers from November onwards, an official statement informed. This is in addition to existing regular online exams taken four times a year by the DGCA.
“The first session of the monthly OLODE is initially planned at Delhi which will be extended to the metro cities subsequently,” the DGCA said in the statement.
“These license examinations provides an opportunity to the candidates to choose date and time to appear for the examination as per his/her choice on the available slots of the examinations. The limited seats will be available to the candidates on First Come First Serve basis. The first session of OLODE will be conducted at New Delhi center only and subsequently these may be extended to the other metro cities as well,” DGCA said in a notice.
The examination portal has been opened from October 26 and will be accepting applicants till November 3.
The first OLODE session will be held for AME (All categories) from November 9 to 11 and for FC candidates (except ATPL category) on November 12, 15 to 18 at Delhi.