-Merchant Navy ship consists of bulk carriers that carry cargo, tankers that carry oil and luxury liners that carry passengers.
Captain – Navigation of ships,loading and unloading of cargo,ensuring the safety of passengers and cargo,maintaining discipline in the vessel,adherence to national and international laws etc,are his concern.
Engineer – Engineering works are his responsibility.
Radio Officer – manages the communications network of the vessel.
Indian Air Force – Working in the Air Force is about being in the middle of supersonic jets, state-of-the-art technology and best of the people. You are where the action is. Air Force provides you with the most modern facilities, gives you an unparalleled way of life and creates an environment, where the best in you comes out. Whether you are a graduate or you have finished your schooling or you have passed your class tenth, Air Force has an exciting career opportunity for you. Click on the link below, to know how you can join the Indian Air force to jumpstart a secure future for you and your family. However we will focus solely on the prospects for graduates. Air Force invites young, enthusiastic and committed, men and women, to lead and manage as officers. Candidates short-listed after the initial selection procedure go through a rigorous training regimen at one of the Air Force training establishments. Thereafter, they are commissioned as officers and posted at any of the Air Force Stations.
Indian Army – The Army is the largest and the oldest branch of the Indian armed forces. It is trained to fight on land and consists of various divisions including the infantry, the artillery, the armoured corps etc. Besides, these combat divisions the support division in the army include the supply corps, the engineers, the ordinance supply corps, military intelligence and medical staff. The primary responsibility of the army is to safeguard the geographical boundaries of the country and to capture enemy territory in the event of a war. The army training includes both offence and defensive operations. In addition to the primary responsibility, the army is also called upon in peace time to aid in relief and rescue operations during natural calamities and for counter insurgency.
Commercial Pilot – The first step in Pilot training is acquiring of Student Pilot Licence (SPL). Thereafter he can start flight training to get Private Pilot Licence (PPL). This includes 60 hours of flying comprising 20 hours of dual flying, 20 hours of solo flying and 5 hours cross country flying. Theoretical examinations have to be passed in subjects like Air Regulation, Navigation, Aviation Meteorology, Aircraft and Engines, After PPL another 190 hours of flying training is required for Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) i.e., a consolidated 250 hours of flying training. A flight radio operators licence and radio telephone licence have to be obtained. During CPL, the candidate should have exposure to a range of aircraft and fulfill other conditions like specified hours of solo flying, cross country flying and height flying. Theeoretical papers have to be cleared and medical tests passed. It usually takes 2 to 3 years before required flying hours and classroom learning are completed. Entry to the PPL course is through an entrance test conducted at certain centres. The test is based on subjects like English, General Knowledge, Maths, Physics and Chemistry.