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Directorate general of civil aviation (india)

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  • 1. Directorate General of Civil Aviation (India)
  • 2. Headquarters New Delhi, India 28°34′58.56″N 77°12′47.12″E / 28.5829333°N 77.2130889°E Minister responsible Ajit Singh, Minister of Civil Aviation Agency executive Prabhat Kumar, Director General Child agencies Airports Authority of India Air India Pawan Hans Website Official website
  • 3. • The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is the Indian governmental regulatory body for civil aviation under the Ministry of Civil Aviation. This directorate investigates aviation accidents and incidents.[1] It is headquartered along Sri Aurobindo Marg, opposite Safdarjung Airport, in New Delhi.[2] The Government of India is planning to replace the organisation with a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), modelled on the lines of the American Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
  • 4. Vision[edit] • Endeavour to promote safe and efficient Air Transportation through regulation and proactive safety oversight system.[ • Departments[edit] • These are classified and divided into the following: • Administration Directorate. • Aerodrome Standards Directorate. • Air Safety Directorate. • Air Transport Directorate. • Airworthiness Directorate. • Flight Standard Directorate. • Information & Regulation Directorate. • Aircraft Engineering Directorate. • Directorate Of Flight Crew Licensing. • Training Section. • F.G. Section. • Medical Section.
  • 5. • Regional offices[edit] • DGCA has fourteen Regional Airworthiness Offices (RAO) at Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Cochin, Bhopal, Lucknow, Patna, Bhubaneshwar, Kanpur, Guwahati and Patiala. It has also five Regional Air Safety offices located at Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Hyderabad. It has a Regional Research and Development Office located at Bangalore and a Gliding Centre at Pune.[5] • Civil Aviation Authority[edit] • The CAA has been envisaged as an autonomous regulatory body which will replace the DGCA and will meet standards set by the UN's International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). The CAA will have separate departments to deal with safety, economic regulation and grievance resolution, as well as a full-fledged environment department. It will also have an independent accident investigation bureau. The Authority will also have the autonomy to recruit staff. Currently, the DGCA is understaffed and does not have any recruitment powers. The CAA will have administrative and financial powers similar to those of the American FAA. These powers will redefine the regulator's role and better equip it to face the challenges of the growing Aviation sector in the country. Employees working with DGCA will be transferred to the CAA.[3] • The estimated cost of establishing the new Authority would be around Rs. 112 crore. The CAA would be self-financing and have a separate fund called the 'Civil Aviation Authority of India Fund' that would finance its entire expenses. It would have a Chairperson, a Director General and 7-9 members appointed by the Central Government. These members will be qualified in the fields of aviation safety, aircraft engineering, flight standard operations, aerodromes, air navigation systems and air space management.[6]
  • 6. • Air accident investigation[edit] • Previously the DGCA conducted investigations and gave information to the investigations established by the Court of Inquiry and the Committee Inquiry. A separate investigative agency was established to comply with theStandards And Recommended Practices (SARPs) of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). Therefore the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) was established in 2011.[7] • Aviation security[edit] • In January 1978 the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) was established as a department of the DGCA. As a result of the 1985 bombing of Air India Flight 182, on 1 April 1987 the BCAS became an independent agency of the Ministry of Civil Aviation.[
  • 7. Aircraft Projects Bharat Swati
  • 8. STATE SAFETY PROGRAMME AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS State Safety Programme - INDIA India Safety Policy Making India safer Safety management systems (SMS) help organisations identify safety risks before they become bigger problems. Civil Aviation Requirements require the aviation industry to put safety management systems in place as an extra layer of protection to help save lives. What is State Safety Programme (SSP)? An integrated set of regulations and activities aimed at improving safety. (Reference ICAO Doc 9859) What is SMS? A systematic approach to managing safety, including the necessary organizational structures, accountabilities, policies and procedures. (Reference ICAO Doc 9859) Where are we? ICAO Annex 6 Part I - CAR Section 2 Series 'O' Part I - 'an operator shall implement a safety management system acceptable to DGCA' and 'a maintenance organization shall implement a safety management system acceptable to DGCA' ICAO Annex 11 - CAR Section 9 Series 'E' Part I - 'An air traffic services provider shall implement a safety management system acceptable to DGCA' ICAO Annex 14 - CAR Section 4 Series 'B' Part I - 'the operator of a licenced aerodrome shall implement a Safety Management System acceptable to DGCA'

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