A. I would like to know the opportunities available in the aviation industry and what would be the course to pursue and where to pursue the course.
The aviation industry is a vast sector and the jobs you can look for depends on your basic qualifications, your aptitude, core skills, communication skills, medical conditions including vision etc.
1. For 10+2 students
One can do a basic diploma or a certificate course that will help them to work as a electrical techincian or installation teams.
Individuals can also consider courses that prepare them to work as Cabin crew, ground staff, ticketing staff etc.
Candidates with basic BE in mechanical, aerospace etc can aim at getting jobs involving aircraft engineering, designing, maintainence, testing, research and development etc
With further focused courses, these engineers can aim to get into jobs like Air traffic controller, Airport Operations assistant manager or manager.
So,based on your age, the previous qualitifications and the financial resources you can choose
BE or B Tech in aerospace engineering
Diploma in aeronautical, electrical or computer engineering
If you already have a bachelor's degree, you can think about Masters in Aviation buisness administration.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) also has plenty of courses based on what we discussed earlier. You can download the entire course list and choose one (http://go.updates.iata.org/l/123902/2017-10-02/7tzz8s?_ga=2.144854196.1069505684.1526644379-1436197527.1526644378)
B. Also kindly let me know what should I do to obtain the commercial pilot license and what is the base course for it and how can I make my dream come true.
For becoming a civil pilot in India you need to join a Flying school approved by the DGCA, then get your student pilot license. Once you have completed the course, have 250 flying hours, then you can apply for a commercial pilot license (CPL). The cost of becoming a commercial pilot is high, please research and then opt for one.
You can also check the civil aviation courses conducted by IATA(http://www.iata.org/training/subject-areas/pages/civil-aviation-courses.aspx).
Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi (IGRUA)
National Flying Training Institute (NFTI)
Madhya Pradesh Flying Club (MPFC)
Ahmedabad Aviation & Aeronautics Ltd. ( AAA)
Gujarat Flying Club, Vadodara
Delhi Flying Club, Delhi
Madras Flying Club (Chennai)
Patiala Aviation Club, Patiala
Government Flying Training Centre, Lucknow.
Please carefully check the accreditation from Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the school should have good infrastructure for hands on training, have decent numbers or aircraft that will enable you to have atleast 200 hours before you complete your course. Lastly look at the safety record and the ease of getting a placement or a job from that school.