Pilot Aptitude Battery Test (CPSS)
The PABT, or Pilot Aptitude Battery Test, is conducted by the Indian Air Force to select candidates who want to join the Flying Branch as a pilot. The PABT consists of written and machine tests designed by the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) to evaluate a candidate's ability, presence of mind, control of limbs and nerves, fast response, and judging power. The overall aim is to identify a candidate's attitude and mindset potential to become a successful pilot. These qualities are considered essential for a candidate before training at Air Force Academies to be molded into successful pilots.
Candidates are allowed to attend the PABT only once in their lifetime, as it is believed that a person who lacks the natural instincts, personality, and ability to become a pilot cannot be trained successfully. Therefore, the PABT is conducted to ensure that only the most suitable candidates are selected for the training program.
Group Captain LS Bachher
Wg Cdr HS Kang is a highly experienced and accomplished professional in the field of aviation. With his extensive flying experience and instructional tenures, he brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his role as a trainer on PABT with Olive Greens. As a fighter pilot and war veteran, he has demonstrated his exceptional skills and courage in high-pressure situations. His experience as a flying instructor and in civil aviation has further honed his skills and knowledge, making him an invaluable asset to the PABT training team. Olive Greens is fortunate to have such a distinguished professional on their team.
Courses : PABT CPSS
( Computerized Pilot Selection System)
For own students : *2,500/-
For other than own students : *3,000/-
PABT Training is conducted in the afternoon session on Friday followed by practice sessions coordinated by Admin officer.